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Gore's first hit was followed by many others, including: " Judy's Turn to Cry " ( US # 5 ), the sequel to " It's My Party "; " She's a Fool " ( US # 5 ); the protofeminist million-selling " You Don't Own Me ", which held at # 2 for three weeks behind The Beatles ' " I Want To Hold Your Hand "; " That's the Way Boys Are " ( US # 12 ); " Maybe I Know " ( US # 14 / UK # 20 ); " Look of Love " ( US # 27 ); and Grammy-nominated " Sunshine, Lollipops, and Rainbows " ( US # 13 ), from the 1965 movie " Ski Party ".
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Gore's ancestors include Scots-Irish immigrants who first settled in Virginia in the mid 17th-century and moved to Tennessee after the Revolutionary War.
Rogers may also be noted as the contender who opposed future Vice President Al Gore during the Democratic Party primary, in Gore's first election in 1976 for the United States House of Representatives.
The AP national newswire covered one such protest in November, 1980 when a DJ on the station began playing Lesley Gore's " It's My Party ( and I'll Cry if I Want To )" continuously for hours when President Ronald Reagan was first elected.
Gore's and hit
Nomi's cover of Lesley Gore's 1964 hit " You Don't Own Me " has been featured on the nationally broadcast The Rush Limbaugh Show as the " Gay Update Theme ".
Later that year he had a UK No. 1 hit with former Hatfield and the North backing singer Barbara Gaskin covering Lesley Gore's Its My Party ( and I'll Cry if I Want To ).
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but, in Senator Gore's words, it was `` not a very encouraging '' situation that would confront John F. Kennedy on Inauguration Day.
In the final October 9, 1996 Vice Presidential Debate against Al Gore ( held as the Dole – Kemp ticket trailed badly in the national polls ), Kemp was soundly beaten, and Al Gore's performance is considered one of the best modern debate performances.
In the May 16, 2007 edition of TIME magazine, it was reported that " His ( Gore's ) Tennessee mansion consumes 20 times the electricity used by the average American home " On October 30, 2010, under the headline A VERY inconvenient truth, the UK Telegraph reported that " Al Gore ' left car engine running during hour-long environment lecture ".
" Gore's attorneys therefore understood that they could fight on, and could petition the Florida Supreme Court to repudiate the notion that December 12 was final under Florida law.
Guccione was forced to side with Brass ( whom he called " a megalomaniac ") because " Gore's work was basically done and Tinto's work was about to begin.
In the 1970s Garlock, Inc. infringed Gore's patents and was promptly sued by Gore in the Federal District Court of Ohio.
" Gore's endorsement for the reformasi ( reformation ) asking for ( among other things ) the ouster of Mahathir, was anathema to Mahathir, and he remarked that " I've never seen anybody so rude ".
In 2005 when accepting his Lifetime Achievement Award, former Vice President Al Gore's speech was " Please don't recount this vote.
On April 24, 2009, during a congressional hearing, Tennessee Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn asked Gore if he was a member of KPCB, and then inquired: " The legislation that we are discussing here today, is that something that you are going to personally benefit from ?” She cited constituent concerns about Gore's role with KPCB as the reason for her inquiry.
Gore's interest in politics was reignited by a junior seminar taught by Neustadt in 1968 on the presidency.
Also, some of Gore's colleagues in the Senate would attempt to take advantage of Gore's blindness by tricking him into signing documents that it was not in his party's interest for him to sign.
" This was the principal cause of Gore's defeat in the Democratic primary in 1920 by Congressman Scott Ferris, who was in turn defeated in the general election by Republican John W. Harreld.
Gore was one of only three Democratic senators from the 11 former Confederate states who did not sign the 1956 Southern Manifesto opposing integration, the other two being Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson ( who was not asked to sign ) and Gore's fellow Tennessean Estes Kefauver, who refused to sign.
He also brought on the " magical " Michael Whouley who was Al Gore's national field director and would later become the Democratic National Committee's National Field Director for Kerry-Edwards.
She then moved to the anchor chair at Newsworld International until it was dismantled and taken over by Al Gore's Current TV in July 2005.
Baird responded by defending his plan and by criticizing Gore's environmental record, noting that no similarly stringent measures were passed during Gore's tenure in office and that the Kyoto Treaty was never submitted to the US Senate for ratification.
Gore's and by
Quayle criticized Gore's book Earth in the Balance with specific page references, though his claims were subsequently criticized by the liberal group FAIR for inaccuracy.
Gore's work, however, bearing the mark of liberal Protestant higher criticism, paved the way for an alternative form of Anglo-Catholicism influenced by liberal theology.
After a " bitterly contested case " that " involved over two years of discovery, five weeks of trial, the testimony of 35 witnesses ( 19 live, 16 by deposition ), and over 300 exhibits ," ( quoting the Federal Circuit ) the District Court held Gore's patents to be invalid.
Mute released another Depeche Mode solo project that year, Counterfeit² by Martin Gore, a collection of cover songs recorded at Gore's home studio.
In 1994, Cooper ran for the Senate seat vacated by Al Gore's election to the Vice Presidency, but was soundly defeated by Republican attorney and actor Fred Thompson.
Brock's campaign was successfully able to make an issue of Gore's friendship with the Kennedy family and Gore's voting record, which was somewhat liberal by Southern standards, and defeated him.
However, Kerry's victory in Connecticut was not as large as Al Gore's lead in 2000, when the then vice president won the state by 17. 47 % percent and a majority of all the state's counties.
They took on the right-wing theocracy directly, with songs like " Freedom of Expression " that skewered the censorial nature of the Parents Music Resource Center ( PMRC ), founded by Al Gore's wife Tipper.
Gore's and many
As concerns about climate change moved more into the mainstream, from the connections drawn between global warming and Hurricane Katrina to Al Gore's film An Inconvenient Truth, many environmental groups refocused their efforts.
As a result of the negative publicity, many websites removed the Comet Cursor technology, including ( as described in the USA Today story ) the official website for Al Gore's candidacy for President of the United States.
Gore's and others
" Partisans have so often used this distorted quotation to discredit him that Internet pioneer Vint Cerf ( and others who participated in actually inventing the Internet ) have made a point of noting Gore's support and the error of the discreditors.
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An article in Malaysia Today commented that " Gore's comments constituted a none-too-subtle attack on Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and more generally on governments, including Japan, that resist US demands for further market reforms.
Briggs ' draft is often cited as an example of strong action writing in a number of screenwriting books, including Chris Gore's book " The 50 Greatest Movies Never Made ".
Gore's and Judy's
* “ Judy's Turn to Cry ” ( 1963 ) was Lesley Gore's response to her own “ It's My Party ( And I'll Cry If I Want To )"”, which had been released earlier in the same year.
Gore's and Cry
* Ken Freedman, general manager of the longest continuously-operating freeform radio station, WFMU-FM, worked at WCBN from 1977 to 1983 and was the DJ who marked the election of Ronald Reagan by playing Lesley Gore's " It's My Party ( And I'll Cry If I Want To ).
Gore's and US
She supported Al Gore's 2000 US presidential bid, and also endorsed Barack Obama's bid for the presidency in 2008.
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Notable members of the firm include partners John Doerr, Ray Lane, and Brook Byers, as well as high-profile individuals such as Sun Microsystems co-founder Bill Joy ( who joined as partner in January 2005 ), former U. S. Secretary of State Colin Powell ( who joined in July 2005 in the newly-created position of " strategic limited partner "), Vinod Khosla and former U. S. Vice President Al Gore, who joined as partner in November 2007 as part of a collaboration between KPCB and Gore's firm Generation Investment Management ( GIM ) to promote green technology, business and policy solutions.
* February 20 – John Kerry, Congressman Bernie Sanders ( I-VT ), DNC chairman Terry McAuliffe, Democratic Party strategist Dane Strother, and The Nation periodical urge Ralph Nader not to run for president, believing he is to blame for Al Gore's defeat in the 2000 election.
He was well known for acting in such Irish-themed plays as Catherine Gore's King O ' Neil ( 1835 ), his own St. Patrick's Eve ( 1837 ), Samuel Lover's Rory O ' More ( 1837 ) and The White Horse of the Peppers ( 1838 ), Anna Marie Hall's The Groves of Blarney ( 1838 ), Eugene Macarthy's Charles O ' Malley ( 1838 ), and Bayle Bernard's His Last Legs ( 1839 ) and The Irish Attorney ( 1840 ).