28 November 2006
GEN. CLARK SAYS HE MAY RUN IN '08
Gen. Wesley Clark told FOX News today he is considering another run for the Oval Office in 2008.
But the retired NATO commander said if he does seek the Democratic nomination, he won't make the same mistake he made last time - getting into the race much too late.
Clark says the large number of candidates already considered to be running will have an effect on his decision.
Clark says his military and foreign policy experience will be his key asset in any bid he might make.
GINGRICH WARNS CURBS ON FREEDOM OF SPEECH MAY BE NECESSARY
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who is considering a bid for the GOP presidential nomination in '08, says Americans may have to get used to the idea that they may face curbs on their right to free speech, the Union Leader (Manchester N.H.) reports today.
Gingrich, who made the comments at a dinner last night in Manchester, said the U.S. may have to curb Internet and other speech in an effort to fight terrorism.