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Sunday, September 23, 2012

 





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Does 1979 newspaper column shed light
on 2008 campaign story?

Fascinating pieces of the Obama enigma
float to the surface.
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State Department attacks 'disgusting' CNN for
using journal of dead ambassador
to Libya 'against family's wishes'

Halloween comes early as ghoul network picks
through slain ambassador's diary for tidbits.
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Free Barack: Elect Romney
Prisoner of Love: A mooning, swooning media is
clearly holding Obama as a love slave.
If you love him let him go.
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Top Ten Obama Campaign Disasters--So Far
Nobody said being a messiah was a snap.
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Obama skipping face-to-face meetings at the UN
Why endure a yawn-fest with dull old world leaders
when he can natter with hotties like Barbara Walters
and Whoopie Goldberg?
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A Woman of Parts
A special Sunday treat. Here is the incomparable
Florence King in a Naomi Wolf smack down
the author so richly deserves.
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Must Reads for Saturday, September 22, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
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Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]


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As this primary season has gone along, a strange sensation has come over me: I miss Barack Obama (snip) Many of the traits of character and leadership that Obama possesses, and that maybe we have taken too much for granted, have suddenly gone missing or are in short supply. The first and most important of these is basic integrity. The Obama administration has been remarkably scandal-free. Think of the way Iran-contra or the Lewinsky scandals swallowed years from Reagan and Clinton.

Maraniss: Bill Clinton ´Frail,´
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Longtime Bill Clinton observer David Maraniss saw the former president campaigning in New Hampshire and shared his thoughts on Twitter. 2) It was odd, when BC was introduced and stood on stage w/ Chelsea, he showed nothing on his face, mouth agape, eyes seemingly blank..— david maraniss (@davidmaraniss) February 9, 2016 1) For what it´s worth, seeing Bill Clinton for the 1st time in quite a while at campaign rally in Manchester NH...— david maraniss (@davidmaraniss) February 9, 2016 Clinton is "frail," the biographer noted: "no affect at all, just frail, like he had to conserve every ounce of energy.

Only a Barbaric Nation Drafts Its
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The most disappointing moment of Saturday night’s debate came when Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, and Marco Rubio each embraced the idea that women should register with the selective service, making it possible for America to draft women into ground combat. The argument for registration is based on the new Pentagon policy opening up all combat jobs to women. Women have served in non-combat roles for decades without any serious push for selective-service registration ensuing. In fact, the Supreme Court, in Rostker v. Goldberg (1981), has used the fact that men and women have different roles as justification for rejecting constitutional

Why did the NFL allow Beyonce to celebrate
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Jane Fonda: Donald Trump pushing
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