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Thursday, February 21, 2013

 









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WH: Obama Called Hillary at 10PM on Night
of Benghazi Attack--About Same Time Clinton
First Publicly Linked Attack to YouTube Video

Every day in every way, this thing gets clearer and clearer.
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Obama’s super-secret golf trip
It's time to stop whining. O stiffs the press
because he knows he can.
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CEI: Lisa Jackson used yet another non-EPA
email account as ‘safe harbor’ from transparency

There's a lot more going on here. Attention must be paid.
  •  
Stuff Gets In the Way
Trying to explain why a couple sold themselves
for just junk.
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Chinese cyberspies have hacked most
Washington institutions, experts say

"The dark secret is there is no such thing as
a secure unclassified network."
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Pope Benedict XVI Retirement -
Not Quite A Surprise

A Pope is not elected by man as most surmise.
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Hagel Stonewalls, Refuses to Grant Access to Archive
Spokeshuman sniffs that we know enough already.
She's right about that.
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Must Reads for Wednesday, February 20, 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]




Adele, Ms. La Vine's personal maid, hears everything
and tells her mistress that she is being blamed for cat
smuggling. The fine is an expense they simply can't
afford. Not to mention the shame. With all the turmoil
about saving Bandwidth Manor, Adele knows Ms. La Vine must
come clean about the situation. The front page of Fleet
Street tabloids is not the place for her.
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Nobel Prize-winning author Wole Soyinka said Thursday that he fulfilled his promise to throw away his United States green card and relocate if Donald Trump won the presidency. “I’ve done it,” the Nigerian author told news channel eNCA on the sidelines of an education conference at the University of Johannesburg, Reuters reported. “When I was ready, when I’d finished, I negotiated my departure,” he said. Mr. Soyinka said Africans are worried that Mr. Trump could tarnish the legacy of President Obama, whose father was Kenyan. “We on the African continent could boast that we had a contemporary descendent ruling the

   

 

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President Barack Obama told Rolling Stone in an interview the day after the election that was published Tuesday that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton would´ve won if only young people voted. "If you look at the data from the election, if it were just young people who were voting, Hillary would have gotten 500 electoral votes," Obama said. "So we have helped, I think, shape a generation to think about being inclusive, being fair, caring about the environment." He said young Americans "will have growing influence year by year, which means that America over time will continue to get better."

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CNN’s Dana Bash Wishes Trump Would
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CNN’s Dana Bash reacted tonight to President-elect Donald Trump‘s big post-victory rally by lamenting how much he attacked the media. Trump went on his usual attacks against the “dishonest media,” this time mixing it with mockery of how much the press downplayed his chances of winning. Bash said this in response: (Video) “There were lots of divisive comments, especially and unfortunately about the press, which I wish he would stop doing, not only because we are members of the press, but because as leader of the free world, you do set an example for free press in countries around the

   

 

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Drudge Report Claims Exclusive That
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Mediaite, by Lindsey Ellefson    Original Article
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Good morning! The current headline on the Drudge Report doesn’t link anywhere. It’s just a six-word sentence that packs a big punch. It is the definition of “whoa, if true.” See for yourself: (Photo) We will update if the exclusive becomes more concrete and have reached out to Megyn Kelly‘s representatives for more information. Reports on Kelly’s job prospects beyond Fox News have been conflicting. Some say other networks aren’t welcoming the queen of cable news ratings with open arms, but her co-hosting stint on Live! gave Kelly Ripa‘s morning show its highest ratings since Michael Strahan left. UPDATE —

   

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