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Thursday, February 07, 2013

 









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What's At Stake in John Brennan's Hearing to Lead the CIA
Not the most ingratiating spook, this should be tense.
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Obama will allow lawmakers to see
secret memo on targeted killings

"Will allow"? "Will allow"? There is something
about this headline that rankles.
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Sen. Menendez contacted top officials
in friend’s Medicare dispute

Doc overbilled 8 million. Aides said billing
rules were "ambiguous." There's a new one.
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Married New York mother who was killed in
Turkey 'had sex with a man she met on
the internet a day before she went missing'

A story that sounded odd from the start.
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Confessions Of A 'Cold-Hearted' Republican
A little cold blood helps fend off the phoney guilt givers.
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Must Reads for Wednesday, February 06, 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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Barbra Streisand revealed during an Australian TV interview that she will move Down Under if Donald Trump is elected President of the United States in November. The 74-year-old actress, a lifelong Democrat who endorses Hilary Clinton in the US election, made the admission during an interview with 60 Minutes. Barbra told Sydney-based journalist Michael Usher on Sunday she would consider relocating to Australia or Canada in the event of a Trump presidency. Scroll down for video (Photo) Barbra claimed she was ´astounded´ by Trump´s popularity and hopes his American supporters will ´come back to sanity´. The Funny Girl star added:

   

 

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Kaepernick sits out national anthem; says he
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More power to 49ers´ Colin Kaepernick
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