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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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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]








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Ferguson, Missouri - This was Ferguson early Tuesday morning. Shattered glass from looted stores covered the asphalt. The smoke of tear gas lingered in the cold air. And more than a dozen buildings, including stores owned by local residents, were inexplicably set ablaze. "This ain´t Iraq. This is the United States," Demetric Whitlock yelled to a line of police officers on South Florissant Road, in front of the Ferguson Police Department. When a grand jury decided Monday not to indict Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, the act triggered fresh confrontations between protesters and police in the

   

 

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Most Businesses Destroyed
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FERGUSON, Missouri----KMOV-TV reports that the majority of stores that were damaged or completely destroyed during Monday night´s violent riots in Ferguson were minority owned. Fire Departments around the St. Louis County Area put out 25 structural fires caused by vandals and looters following the announcement from the grand jury that Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted in the death of Mike Brown. Most of the damaged businesses were on West Florissant Avenue and included: Walgreens, Little Caesers Pizza, Autozone, Beauty Town, Title Max, Family Dollar Store, and O´Reilly Auto Parts. Small-business owner Natalie Dubose was in tears

John McCain Encouraging
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"I think he is looking at it, and I am strongly encouraging him to take a look at it," said Arizona Senator and former GOP presidential nominee John McCain, of a possible presidential bid by his colleague and friend Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, (R). "I know of no one who is better versed and more important on national security policy and defense than Lindsey Graham, and I don´t think these challenges to our security are going away," added McCain. Graham floated the possibility of a run in an interview with the Weekly Standard last month, telling the magazine

Holder: We’re Not Done Investigating
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Attorney General Eric Holder emphasized Monday night that while a St. Louis grand jury chose not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, the Justice Department’s investigation isn’t over yet. “While the grand jury proceeding in St. Louis County has concluded, the Justice Department’s investigation into the shooting of Michael Brown remains ongoing,” Holder said in a statement Monday night. “Though we have shared information with local prosecutors during the course of our investigation, the federal inquiry has been independent of the local one from the start, and remains so now.”

Understanding the Nihilist
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PJ Media, by Jean Kaufman    Original Article
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Wall Street Journal columnist and former Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan is an example of a type of person with a good mind who has huge pockets of — I’m not sure exactly what to call it. Naivete? Trust? Idealism? Lack of comprehension? Almost willful blindness? She often gets to a certain point in understanding someone or something and then stops, refusing to open the door of the room she stands before, afraid to look inside. Or she opens it a crack, takes a tiny peek, and then slams it shut. It is not just Noonan who does this sort of thing,

   

 

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Why One of the Biggest Advertisers on
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We’ve seen these heart-tugging spots on television for more than 25 years, but now they are about to go away, as one of TV’s biggest advertisers ditches its iconic advertising campaign. The Wall Street Journal reports that Budweiser is ditching the Clydesdales because it wants to appeal to younger consumers. Since 1987, Budweiser’s holiday marketing has featured beautiful Clydesdale horses pulling a red sleigh, but this year they will stay in the stable, WSJ reports. Instead of running ads that appeal to many age groups, Budweiser has decided to target 21- to 27-year-olds in an attempt to halt a slide in sales,

   

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