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Tuesday, June 04, 2013

 









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At IRS Hearing: Talk Of 'Jackboot Of Tyranny'
6 American heroes speak out at last and Rep. James McDermott
covers himself in slime.
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Barack Obama 101:
A lesson in understanding the president

Three scandals swirl through Washington. Barack Obama’s
fingerprints have yet to be found on any of them.
That is how it works.
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Emails of Top Obama Appointees Remain a Mystery
The Associated Press plays turn-about on Obama biggies.
This could shape up into quite a fight.
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IRS Victims Testify as New Agency Scandal Emerges
A sliver of the system is working as leaders of 6 conservative
groups line up to testify about abuse today.
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Watchdog: IRS agents would not say
who ordered targeting program

Agents know what happens to the first rat out of the barrel.
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'Deplorable' Conditions Cited at EPA Warehouse in Maryland
There's a metaphor here between this facility
and the administration. You can work it out.
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Must Reads for Monday, June 03, 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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