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Wednesday, August 08, 2012

 





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'Call Obama's Bluff!'
What could be so embarrassing?
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It's Time to Stop Celebrating Harry Reid
"This is contemptible stuff and it's not just
business as usual," so writes a liberal.
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Obama SuperPac Releases One of the Most Ugly,
Misleading Ads in Campaign History

Burrowing further into the muck beneath Harry Reid.
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Did White House Commit Perjury About GM Bailout?
Probably.
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The Obama Administration Pays Illegal
Aliens to Come Here

It's good to be king.
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Former Obama Classmate Challenges the
President to Release His College Records

There's a great day of reckoning a'comin'.
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Ldotter Note: Our Tuesday Picture
Many of our readers wanted to know the story behind
the wonderful picture of Oscar Pistorius running with
five-year-old Ellie Challis. A clever reader sent the story to us.
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Must Reads for Tuesday, August 07, 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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New York Times, by David Brooks    Original Article
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Donald Trump now looks set to be the Republican presidential nominee. So for those of us appalled by this prospect — what are we supposed to do? Well, not what the leaders of the Republican Party are doing. They’re going down meekly and hoping for a quiet convention. They seem blithely unaware that this is a Joe McCarthy moment. People will be judged by where they stood at this time. Those who walked with Trump will be tainted forever after for the degradation of standards and the general election slaughter. The better course for all of us — Republican, Democrat and independent

   

 

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Fox takes hits on viewer numbers
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American Thinker, by Steve McCann    Original Article
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It appears that the SS Fair & Balanced (aka Fox News) is taking on water. In April CNN, for the fifth time in the past eight months, is ranked #1 in prime time. The last time CNN had this many prime time wins was 14 years ago (November 2001) in the post 9/11 period. Further, in April, CNN had the most growth of any television network (cable or broadcast) among total viewers in the most important demographic, adults 25-54 increasing this key viewership by triple digits in prime time. Normally in an election season, particularly one this contentious, viewership always

New poll finds Cruz with
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The Hill, by Jessie Hellmann    Original Article
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Ted Cruz leads Donald Trump by double digits in a new poll of Indiana, which hosts the next contest in the GOP presidential primary on Tuesday. The Texas senator leads the real estate mogul 45 percent to 29 percent among registered voters, according to a poll by the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics. Ohio Gov. John Kasich trails in third place, with 13 percent, and 13 percent are undecided. The results of the poll are at odds with other recent surveys that show Trump in the lead. The RealClearPolitics average of polls finds Trump with a 5-point advantage over

Jeb! Is Back: Bush Calls for Brokered
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White House and Congress ´in a Landslide´

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People Magazine, by Tierney McAfee    Original Article
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In his first television interview since dropping out of the 2016 race in February, Jeb Bush said he was "hopeful" that a contested convention would block Donald Trump from winning the GOP nomination. "There´s a possibility that he won´t get 50 percent on the first ballot," Bush told CNN´s Jamie Gangel on Friday. "And if he doesn´t do that, there are a whole lot of people who don´t believe he´s the proper guy." Asked whether he thinks the Republican party should rally around Trump if he does become the nominee, Bush, who has publicly endorsed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, simply replied, "I

Donald Trump’s chances
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look far worse than Ted Cruz’s

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Washington Post, by Chriss Cillizza    Original Article
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There´s an assumption in political circles that regardless of whether Republicans nominate Donald Trump or Ted Cruz to run against Hillary Clinton, the party is destined to lose the presidential race this fall. That may well be true. But that sentiment is premised on the idea that Trump and Cruz have roughly the same chance -- not much -- of beating Clinton. That´s wrong, at least according to all of the available polling data. Thanks to the polling gurus at Real Clear Politics, we can compare how Trump and Cruz fare in head to head match-ups. (Snip) Cruz is clearly

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We all have cracked jokes about the United States Postal Service, especially about their workers “going postal.” Most postal workers you’ve encountered are probably lethargic, short-tempered, half-asleep, or just plain rude. Well, that could be due to their work environment. These people are miserable, which is what the USPS painfully discovered when they gave Gallup to conduct this survey at the cost of $1.8 million (via Inside Sources): The topline results were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request after the USPS declined to provide the data to InsideSources when asked in January. Postal workers reported strong job dissatisfaction, and in

   

 

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If Trump is nominated, the GOP
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Washington Post, by George F. Will    Original Article
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Donald Trump’s damage to the Republican Party, although already extensive, has barely begun. Republican quislings will multiply, slinking into support of the most anti-conservative presidential aspirant in their party’s history. These collaborationists will render themselves ineligible to participate in the party’s reconstruction. Ted Cruz’s announcement of his preferred running mate has enhanced the nomination process by giving voters pertinent information. They already know the only important thing about Trump’s choice: His running mate will be unqualified for high office because he or she will think Trump is qualified. Hillary Clinton’s optimal running mate might be Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio,

Report: Abedin brought to tears
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Washington Examiner, by Rudy Takala    Original Article
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National Review Online, by Ian Tuttle    Original Article
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Violent protesters force Trump to
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New York Post, by Joe Tacopino    Original Article
Posted By: FlyRight- 4/30/2016 7:36:17 AM     Post Reply
An angry mob broke through steel barricades and tried to storm a Donald Trump appearance in California on Friday — a second day of protests that forced the billionaire to sneak inside by climbing over a wall. “That was not the easiest ­entrance I’ve ever made,” Trump said as he began his speech at the Hyatt Regency near San Francisco’s airport in Burlingame. “It felt like I was crossing the border, actually.” Protesters threw eggs at police officers and shouted obscenities at those entering the luncheon to hear Trump’s speech. Some carried Mexican flags in protest of Trump’s proposal to build a wall along

   

 

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De Blasio throws support
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New York Post, by Rich Calder    Original Article
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Mayor de Blasio all but said he’ll back a 5-cent fee on shopping bags to reduce waste a day after City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito endorsed the controversial bill. In a radio interview, de Blasio said he wants to see some minor tinkering to the bill before he’d sign it into law but disputed opponents’ claim that the so-called “tax” on plastic and paper bags ­unfairly socks the poor. “Why I do not believe it is regressive is because it changes people’s behavior very quickly,” de Blasio said on 970 AM’s “John Gambling Show.” “This is what we’ve seen

   

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