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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

 





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Where is the outrage?
Compare the media fury at the Facebook face plant to the
shrugs at known behavior of our politicians.
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Obama ducks calls to release his collegiate transcripts
If you have nothing to hide, don't hide it.
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The New York Times At Twilight
"....the last thing to go will be management’s
sense of entitlement."
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Warren, Obama, and Harvard's Culture of Corruption
You might never have known about this. Breitbart
is here. The Spawn also rises.
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If the President is a former pothead, can the
legalisation of marijuana be far off?

Why would our Choom-in-Chief bother when weed is
available a few blocks from most of our homes?
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Your Start-The-Week-With-A-Kool-Aid-Guzzle Video
Give Anderson Cooper credit. Maybe asking these
questions is a trend?
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Must Reads for Monday, May 28, 2012
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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CNN: Anchor Wolf Blitzer wasn´t
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The Hill, by Jesse Hellmann    Original Article
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(Video) CNN is pushing back on claims that one of its lead news anchors was seen celebrating Hillary Clinton´s historic nomination for president Thursday night, calling the accusation "absurd." A video circulating online shows anchor Wolf Blitzer dancing to Neil Diamond´s "Sweet Caroline" while drinking from a glass and waving his hands in the air, apparently at the network´s CNN Grill in Philadelphia. "CNN celebrates Hillary: Blitzer toasts speech, dancing, party!" reads a headline at the conservative Drudge Report, linking to the video. But a CNN spokesman said Friday that Blitzer was not showing bias toward the Democratic nominee, only

   

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