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Monday, November 19, 2012


Congress to investigate Benghazi 'talking points'
Wakey, wakey! Scandal in plain sight and the
AP is on it like a garden slug.
New York businessman says Jill Kelley tried to parlay
honorary South Korean consul gig into $80 million check

Jill Kelley, of the military school of the relentlessly
open kimono, doesn't look at all Korean. (Will the
MSM please google "socialite"?)
White House Throws CIA Under the Bus
General knowledge of the CIA speaks to the fact
that they won't like this.
Obama’s America: The View from Prague
Czech newspaper Prager Zeitungon editorializes what
many have been thinking but were afraid to write or say.
It’s not adding up
Obama's full blown snoot to defend his mouth piece,
Susan Rice, insults our intelligence on a near-daily basis.
Turkey Day Treat: By popular demand....
Tomorrow morning we will post our annual Thanksgiving Day
Recipe Thread. Share your favorite side dish, snack, dessert
Pour a cup, pull up your screen, copy and paste and
chat away. It will stay up until the staff passes out.
Must Reads for Sunday, November 18, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]

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