Bush Sucks - The Conclusive Proof From President Forever

Written by David D. Deprice

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Additionally,repparttar game is so customizable that dozens of historical and fantasy scenarios and candidates have been posted by modders atrepparttar 136858 game's official Web site. Online offerings range from pitting Lincoln against McLellan in 1864 to stagingrepparttar 136859 first national election ofrepparttar 136860 recently united US and Canada in 2008. There is something available for pretty much everyone.


* criss-crossrepparttar 136861 country doing barn-storming campaigns * setup detailed platforms to outmaneuver your opponents * unleash foot soldiers to stop your opponents, or get campaign crusaders to rally voters to your cause * run attack ads to steal voters leaning towards your opponents * give a fiery custom-made speech, but remember to prepare forrepparttar 136862 debates! * craft a detailed electoral strategy to give you a landslide on election day * 2 - 4 players, vs. computer or hotseat * play with 12 ready-made candidates in 2004 complete with detailed attributes and skills, or make your own! * play 2004, or try a Great Campaign ofrepparttar 136863 Past: 1960 (Nixon-Kennedy), 1980 (Reagan-Carter), or 1992 (Bush-Clinton)!

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U.S. Passport Primer: A Guide to the New Passport Regulations

Written by Larry Denton

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You need to bring two identical 2-by-2 inch, full-face, front-view photographs, and a completed DS-11 application form (available from one ofrepparttar 6,000 facilities or at http://www.travel.state.gov/passport/passport_1738.html)

In addition, you will need a driver's license or government-issued ID card and proof of citizenship, which in most cases, is an original or certified birth certificate.

All children under age 14 must also apply for a passport in person, and both parents or legal guardians must appear together and signrepparttar 136265 child's form (ifrepparttar 136266 second parent submits a notarized letter of intent, one parent signature is adequate). Minors age 14 to 17 must also appear in person and for security reasons, parental consent may be required. And, unlike adults, children under 14 must apply for renewals in person.

For Americans 16 and older, a first passport costs $97 and is good for 10 years. Children underrepparttar 136267 age of 16 require their own passport which cost $82 and are valid for five years. Renewals, which can be done by mail, are $67 for both adults and children.

One ofrepparttar 136268 most often asked questions, "When should I apply for a passport?" has a simple answer--several months before your planned trip. If you will need visas from foreign embassies to enter those countries, allow even more time. Don't wait to get a passport! Get it now, so you will be ready in case you may need or want to travel on short notice. The average time from application to passport arrival is six to eight weeks, and passport demand goes up duringrepparttar 136269 summer months, so plan accordingly.

When you receive your passport, remember to sign it in ink and print your name and address so it may be returned to you if it is ever lost.

Larry Denton is a retired history teacher having taught 33 years at Hobson High in Hobson, Montana. He is currently V.P. of Elfin Enterprises, Inc., an Internet business providing valuable information on a variety of timely topics. For an embassy full of advice, resources and suggestions about passports, visit http://www.PassportPlace.com

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