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Sunday, June 09, 2013

 









Dogton Abbey
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The Scandal Dump is a Smokescreen.
Your Sunday afternoon conversation stopper.
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Obama administration takes first step in probe on who
leaked info about phone, mail tracking

Not like there isn't enough paranoia around but
the origin of this massive leak begins to look suspicious.
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U.S. Official Releases Details of Prism Program
James R. Clapper, director of National Intelligence, "wittingly"
takes issue with bombshell reports in the media.
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Boundless Informant: the NSA's secret tool to track
global surveillance data

The Guardian, wallowing in leaks, dishes out more info.
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NSA Revelations Force Question: What do we Want?
One big advantage of being spied on is that you know
someone cares about what you have to say.
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Getting The IRS Out of Obamacare
Forces moving into Full Tilt Boogie position to stop Obamacare.
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Scandalzapoppin
It's Sunday. It's Clarice Feldman. She will help you see clearly now.
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Must Reads for Saturday, June 08, 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]




We asked some readers which they'd rather see on a Sunday - a picture of Barack Obama or some hydrangeas.
They said, "hydrangeas, please."




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Washington Times, by Jennifer Harper    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 1/19/2017 4:59:36 PM     Post Reply
Almost two-thirds of federal employees voted for Hillary Clinton during the presidential election, according to a new survey. The poll also found that six of 10 felt that the election itself gave Americans a negative impression of federal service. So it may come as no surprise that some federal employees are considering leaving their employment when President-elect Donald Trump assumes office. “More than one in four federal workers, or 28 percent, will definitely or possibly consider leaving their jobs after Jan. 20 when Trump is sworn into office and becomes leader of the executive branch,” according to the survey conducted

   

 

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Frontpage Magazine, by Daniel Greenfield    Original Article
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In the first days of 2017, Washington D.C. was empty. It was a city holding its breath. Secret Service police officers in balaclavas waited at the White House as a black SUV carrying departing staffers passed. It had not been so long ago that they came into the city as if they owned it and the entire country. Now the same men and women who ran and ruined the lives of millions were scrolling through job postings on their smartphones. They watched Obama speak from faded screens at sports bars and they cried. They knew it was coming. Day 1. The parties

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Washington Post, by Philip Bump    Original Article
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With the announcement that he was nominating former Georgia governor Sonny Perdue to lead the Department of Agriculture, Donald Trump´s Cabinet is complete. There´d been rumors that Trump was looking to find a Hispanic candidate to fill the position, but that didn´t happen. Which means, as our Ed O´Keefe notes, that Trump´s is the first Cabinet since 1980 in which no member is Hispanic. That´s interesting in part because the country itself has gotten so much more diverse since Ronald Reagan was elected. In 1980, about 6 percent of the population was Hispanic and about 80 percent of the country

Michelle Obama´s face doesn´t hide
how she feels about Donald Trump
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Independent [UK], by Tom Batchelor    Original Article
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Michelle Obama looked unimpressed during the inauguration of Donald Trump as 45th President of the United States – summing up the mood among critics of the controversial billionaire who was sworn in at a ceremony on Capitol Hill. Eyebrow raised, the former first lady stood and watched as Mr Trump recited the 35-word oath. Her dour facial expression prompted an immediate reaction on social media, with one person saying that her evident displeasure at the New York tycoon becoming the most powerful man on the planet “spoke for all of us”. One image showed Ms Obama – who has been

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The New York Times faced a backlash Thursday after it’s only source for a negative story on former Texas governor Rick Perry accused them of taking his remarks out of context. The Times reported Wednesday evening that when Perry accepted Donald Trump‘s nomination for the Secretary of Energy position, he “initially misunderstood” what the job even was. “Mr. Perry gladly accepted, believing he was taking on a role as a global ambassador for the American oil and gas industry that he had long championed in his home state,” they wrote. “In the days after, Mr. Perry… discovered that he would

Melania Trump´s Ralph Lauren inaugural
suit both powerful and feminine;
many others donned white

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Philadelphia Inquirer, by Elizabeth Wellington    Original Article
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So far, first lady Melania Trump´s inaugural weekend wardrobe has been the epitome of powerfully feminine.  Trump arrived at St. John's Church on Friday morning in a baby blue Ralph Lauren cashmere bolero jacket with a high cowl neck, and matching sheath and gloves. (So Jackie O. In fact, Jacqueline Kennedy wore a sky-blue suit to her husband's inauguration.) Trump's shoulder-length tresses were pulled into a soft bun. Her cheeks were rosy.

   

 

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´Being your First Lady has been the honor of a
lifetime´: Michelle Obama shares sweet message
as she cuddles up to Barack to take in the view
from the White House balcony one last time

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Daily Mail [UK], by Jennifer Smith    Original Article
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With less than 48 hours left as First Lady, Michelle Obama spent much of her day on Wednesday soaking up the White House before she is forced to move out. First, she walked through its halls with family dogs Bo and Sunny, sharing a video of their jaunt on Twitter. The stroll appears to have ended in the Executive Residence where Mrs Obama cuddled up to her husband to take in the view from the Truman balcony for one of the last times. She shared a photograph of the special moment on social media to thank fans for their support, writing alongside it:

   

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