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Sunday, January 20, 2013

 









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President Obama, Vice President
Biden Sworn in for Second Term

Is there a time limit on gloating?
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Hostages reportedly killed as
Algerian desert standoff ends

Fifth paragraph: Leon E. Panetta "still trying to get
accurate information about how many Americans
were there and what happened to them." Welcome to Obama Two.
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Do You Know What Is Happening in Mali?
Mitt Romney knew.
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Hundreds of Second Amendment advocates
join pro-gun rallies in U.S. capitals

"Hundreds"? There were 2000 in freezing Albany alone.
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New Book Claims Journalists 'Swooned' Over Obama
During Off The Record Bar Visit Last Year

This is where LowFos (Low Information) voters incubate.
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The Democracy Initiative :a Coup in Plain Sight
A deep and troubling article. "One thing is for sure:
It won't be the mainstream media that holds the
progressive movement to account."
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Must Reads for Saturday, January 19, 2013
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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Morbid obesity is a disability.
Employers should start treating it that way.

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Washington Post, by Helen Leahey    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 12/18/2014 5:51:07 PM     Post Reply
Job interviews are an uncomfortable experience for most people. But for people like me who suffer from morbid obesity, they are especially grueling. It’s hard to impress someone when you’re the fat applicant. There’s the added challenge of sustaining an engaging conversation as a potential future employer walks you around the premises, a hike that leaves you winded. After that, you have to squeeze into a tiny chair and present your credentials, maintaining a charming demeanor as the blood circulation to the lower half of your body is cut off. I went through this process over and over again while

   

 

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The Extraordinary Life of
Barack Obama’s Imaginary Son

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Ricochet, by Stephen Miller    Original Article
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In an upcoming People magazine interview, Barack and Michelle Obama sit down and discuss life as the First Oppressed Couple of the United States. Hoping to shed light and relate to recent events in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City, Barack reached into the upstairs White House bedroom of his mind and called upon his famous imaginary son to make an appearance: The small irritations or indignities that we experience are nothing compared to what a previous generation experienced,” President Obama said. “It’s one thing for me to be mistaken for a waiter at a gala. It’s another thing for

Jeb Bush: I Can ‘Persuade’
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Breitbart Big Government, by Tony Lee    Original Article
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Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush believes he can “persuade” conservatives to support comprehensive amnesty legislation during a potential 2016 presidential campaign. In the second part of his interview with a local Florida television station this week, Bush was asked about the “immigration issue” and whether he could “get through the primary” with his pro-amnesty positions. Bush replied to NBC 6 in Florida that “a candidate gets to persuade.” “I think there’s a compelling case that, if we want to be young and dynamic again, we have to make legal immigration easier than illegal immigration, that we control our borders, enforce

The Evidence That North Korea
Hacked Sony Is Flimsy

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Wired, by Kim Zetter    Original Article
Posted By: FlyRight- 12/18/2014 7:34:08 AM     Post Reply
The actions show just how much power the attackers behind the Sony hack have amassed in a short time. But who exactly are they? The New York Times reported this evening that North Korea is “centrally involved” in the hack, citing unnamed U.S. intelligence officials. It’s unclear from the Times report what “centrally involved” means and whether the intelligence officials are saying the hackers were state-sponsored or actually agents of the state. The Times also notes that “It is not clear how the United States came to its determination that the North Korean regime played a central role in the

Squirrels and beavers
contributing to global warming
more than previously thought

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Rodents such as squirrels and beavers are contributing far more to global warming than previously thought, forcing climate scientists to alter the models they use to chart how the world is warming up. Arctic ground squirrels churn up and warm soil in the Tundra, releasing carbon dioxide, while methane released by beavers contributes 200 times more methane than they did 100 years ago, according to scientists from the American Geophysical Union. Faeces and urine produced by rodents are speeding up the release of carbon from the permafrost, the vast store of greenhouses spanning the Arctic Circle, researchers found.

14-Year-Old Stops Home Invasion –
Protecting Grandma Shoots One Thug
Dead, The Other Apprehended… (Video)

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Conservative Treehouse, by Sundance    Original Article
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Charlotte – Burglars had tried to break into George and Anna Marie Wyant’s home near Mint Hill at least twice, so they kept a pistol hidden in the house for protection, hoping they’d never have to use it. On Tuesday, their 14-year-old grandson was visiting. He was sick with bronchitis, and Anna Marie, 73, had just had hip replacement surgery. They were taking care of each other while his mother and the rest of the family was at a Christmas party. (Video) The teen was headed to the

   

 

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257,000 Doctors Will Get Medicare
Pay Cut For Using Paper Records

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Forbes, by Bruce Japsen    Original Article
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More than 250,000 physicians and other health professionals are being notified as early as today that their payments from Medicare and Medicaid will be cut because they aren’t adequately using electronic health records in their practices, the Obama administration confirmed. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, known as CMS, is telling about 257,000 eligible medical care providers who are largely physicians that they will be paid 1 percent less in reimbursement next year from both the Medicare health insurance program for the elderly and the Medicaid insurance program for the poor because they failed to comply with so-called “Meaningful

   

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