Bush Sucks - The Conclusive Proof From President Forever

Written by David D. Deprice

President Forever http://www.deprice.com/presidentforever.htm

DESCRIPTION Wondering how to occupy your time afterrepparttar conclusion of one ofrepparttar 136858 most hotly contested presidential elections in decades? Political junkies looking for a new diversion should check out President Forever, a simulation whererepparttar 136859 polls never close. Chances are that you'll never want them to, either, because this election simulation from Eighty Dimensional Software is very good. Allrepparttar 136860 complexities of a grueling run forrepparttar 136861 presidency have been narrowed down to core themes, which makerepparttar 136862 daunting task of claimingrepparttar 136863 Oval Office addictive and playable while not sacrificing realism.

President Forever hangs its hat on a turn-based re-creation ofrepparttar 136864 2004 election, althoughrepparttar 136865 historically minded can choose from scenarios set in 1992, 1980, and 1960. Presidential wannabes John Kerry, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Jack Kennedy, and, of course, Bush 41 and Bush 43 are included, along with a selection of 2004 also-rans like Colin Powell forrepparttar 136866 GOP andrepparttar 136867 likes of Howard Dean and Al Sharpton forrepparttar 136868 Democrats. Each comes with personal attributes like leadership and stamina that affect both their actions and howrepparttar 136869 voters view them.

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

Written by Larry Denton

Thanks to new federal passport proposals,repparttar cost of a Caribbean cruise, a Cancun honeymoon, or a Vancouver theater weekend could be going up. The security-related changes, scheduled to take effect overrepparttar 136265 next 2 1/2 years, will affect Americans who travel to Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, Panama and Caribbean. Previously, American travelers simply flashed a driver's license or birth certificate when returning from those destinations.

Beginning December 31, 2005, re-entry torepparttar 136266 U.S. fromrepparttar 136267 Caribbean, Bermuda, Central and South America will require a passport--$97 for adults, $82 for children under 16. On December 31, 2006 passport requirements will go into effect for all air and sea travel to or from Mexico and Canada. And on December 31, 2007, passports will be required for ALL air, sea, and land border crossings to or fromrepparttar 136268 United States.

A passport is an internationally recognized travel document that verifiesrepparttar 136269 identity and nationality ofrepparttar 136270 bearer. A valid U.S. passport is required to enter and leave most foreign countries. Onlyrepparttar 136271 U.S. Department of State hasrepparttar 136272 authority to grant, issue or verify United States passports, andrepparttar 136273 process can be arduous and time consuming.

Frequently asked questions about passports such as: "When should I apply?", "Do I have to apply in person?", "What should I do if my passport is lost or stolen?", "Does my baby need a passport?" Answers to these questions and hundreds of others can be found by searchingrepparttar 136274 Internet. Interesting tip--even your pet will need a passport to enterrepparttar 136275 European Union.

To obtain a U.S. passport forrepparttar 136276 first time, you need to go in person to one ofrepparttar 136277 6,0000 designated passport application acceptance facilities nationwide, including many post offices, Federal and state courts, clerks of court, and a growing number of public libraries and public colleges and universities. For a list ofrepparttar 136278 offices closest to you, search by ZIP code onrepparttar 136279 State Department website at http://www.iafdb.travel.state.gov.

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