Vice President of the United States, 1993-2001


Al Gore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Albert Arnold Gore Jr. (born March 31, 1948) is an American politician and businessman, who served as the 45th Vice President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. He ran for President in 2000 following Bill Clinton's two four-year terms, and won the popular vote. However he was narrowly defeated in the Electoral College vote ..."


Gore Channels Taft: It was a great speech, by Justin Raimondo, 18 Jan 2006
"Has Al Gore become a conservative? His recent speech to the Liberty Coalition ... sounded as if it had been written by some disgruntled paleoconservative. ... his openly anti-interventionist critique of our foreign policy of preemptive aggression, one might have imagined he had suddenly started channeling Robert A. Taft."
Gore Is Right, by Paul Craig Roberts, 18 Jan 2006
"Former vice president Al Gore gave what I believe to be the most important political speech in my lifetime ...The separation of powers and our civil liberties are ... our patrimony from the Founding Fathers. ... Gore challenged the American people to step up to the task of defending the Constitution ..."