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Monday, August 20, 2012

 





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Shocking Newsweek Cover:
'Hit the Road, Barack - Why We Need a New President'

Interesting what a liberal mag will do to get your attention.
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Obama's defenders cry wolf on racism
Old Joke, New Again: Employee says,"You're firing me
because I'm black" Boss says, "Wrong I hired you because
you are black. I'm firing you because you are useless.
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Christine O'Donnell has some explaining to do
Looks like she may have been a witch after all.
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See no evil
This is how it starts.
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Conservative Offers $20,000 to Anyone Who
Can Produce Obama’s College Transcripts

We once offered $5000 to the first person to bring
in a child Hillary had helped.Still have the money. Might donate.
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Must Reads for Sunday, August 19, 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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American Spectator, by David Catron    Original Article
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Indiana’s Republican primary is not merely the Cruz campaign’s last chance to stop the Trump juggernaut, it will also determine the ultimate fate of Obamacare. If Trump wins Indiana tomorrow, he will almost certainly win the Republican presidential nomination only to lose the general election to Hillary Clinton, who is committed to preserving the unpopular law. Even if Trump manages to eke out a win in November, he will probably be hobbled by a Democrat-controlled Senate that will kill any Obamacare repeal bill. A vote for Trump in the Hoosier State tomorrow, in other words, is a vote for Obamacare. And

   

 

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Ted Cruz Campaign Staffers Are
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Vanity Fair, by Tina Nguyen    Original Article
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The endgame of the 2016 primary campaign looms out west in California, the final big state on which the remaining presidential candidates are pinning their hopes. But to get there, they´ll first have to make it through Indiana, where things aren’t looking so good for Ted Cruz. The Texas senator is pretty nearly finished if he cannot beat Donald Trump in the winner-take-all Hoosier state, whose delegates could easily set the Republican front-runner on a glide path to clinch the nomination. Cruz has been talking confidently about winning Indiana and ultimately denying Trump the delegates he needs to win a

Malia Obama to take a ´gap year´
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Christian Science Monitor, by Lonnie Shekhtman    Original Article
Posted By: NorthernDog- 5/2/2016 8:43:49 AM     Post Reply
After months of speculation about which college Malia Obama will attend after graduating the elite Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C. this year, the White House announced Sunday that the Obama family had picked Harvard University. The 17-year-old Malia won’t embark on her college career until fall 2017, though, electing to take a “gap year” between the two phases of her life. (Snip) Whatever she decides to do with her year off, Malia’s decision brings attention to a year of growth and development between high school and college that some educators and schools strongly endorse, especially since today’s students face

CNN Scores Impressive Ratings
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Western Journalism, by Jack Davis    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 5/1/2016 11:00:12 AM     Post Reply
CNN racked up another major rating victory in April, posting the top ratings for cable news in prime time. CNN, however, scored a 111-percent increase in viewers from April 2015 to April 2016. “Anecdotal evidence suggests a growing number of Fox viewers have been angered at the cable outlet’s perceived move to the left the last couple years, as well as its frequent criticisms of Republican presidential primary front-runner Donald Trump,” wrote Cheryl Chumley on WND. “(Megyn) Kelly, for example, came under public fire for her questioning of Trump during an August debate on Fox about his past treatment of women, and

Malia Obama Will Be Attending
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Los Angeles Times, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: PageTurner- 5/1/2016 12:53:10 PM     Post Reply
Malia Obama will take a gap year after graduating from high school and then attend Harvard University in the fall of 2017, the White House said Sunday, ending speculation at campuses across the country. Obama, 17, the older of the president’s two daughters, visited more than a dozen schools, including Stanford, Yale and Columbia, before making her decision. The White House did not say what she would spend her gap year doing.

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American Thinker, by Daniel John Sobieski    Original Article
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Barack Obama says Trump is not equipped
to be president - and predicts a Democratic
victory if The Donald wins the GOP
nomination

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Daily Mail (UK), by Clemence Michallon    Original Article
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Barack Obama doesn´t believe Donald Trump has what it takes to be the next president - or to defeat a Democratic opponent. The president told WMUR what he really thought about the GOP frontrunner during an interview at the White House on Monday. ´I think that he is not somebody who even within the Republican Party can be considered as equipped to deal with the problems of this office, but look, we live in a democracy,´ Obama said. ´If in fact the Republicans nominate Mr. Trump, then it´s going to be an interesting fall season,´ he added. ´I´m confident that

Malia Obama to attend Harvard in 2017
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Yahoo! News, by Dylan Stableford    Original Article
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President Barack Obama’s eldest daughter Malia has made a decision about where she will attend college. And she has chosen Harvard University. Malia, who is due to graduate from high school next month, will attend Harvard in Cambridge, Ma., in the fall of 2017, the White House said Sunday. Malia will take a gap year before beginning school, the Obamas said. Both Michelle and Barack Obama are graduates of Harvard Law School. The 17-year-old Malia is a senior at Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C., where she has lived since President Obama began his first term in the White House

Cruz Scolds Boy After Child Tells Him
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Daily Caller, by Kerry Picket    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 5/2/2016 2:36:56 PM     Post Reply
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CNN Finally Admits: There´s No Way in Hell
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PJ Media, by Michael van der Galien    Original Article
Posted By: Pluperfect- 5/2/2016 5:26:15 PM     Post Reply
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How Hillary Could Win the
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Politico, by Todd S. Purdom    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 5/2/2016 4:00:03 AM     Post Reply
Hillary Clinton’s all-but-insurmountable delegate lead in the Democratic race, and her strong numbers against any probable Republican opponent in the fall, now pose a paradox: She might win the presidency but lose the country. The reason is that Clinton lacks a big, new animating idea in a year when voters in both parties are so discontented they have embraced some pretty bad ones. Like them or loathe them, Donald Trump´s and Bernie Sanders’ messages are crystal clear and call for dramatic change, while Clinton’s remains spread softly all over the map. And her agenda promises less change than continuation—of the centrist

   

 

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Weighing Trump’s Running-Mate Options
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National Review Online, by Jim Geraghty    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 5/2/2016 4:21:31 AM     Post Reply
Now that Ted Cruz has announced his vice-presidential pick is Carly Fiorina, the Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza contemplates the most likely running mates for Donald Trump. In order of likelihood, Cillizza names New Jersey governor Chris Christie, Florida governor Rick Scott, Iowa senator Joni Ernst, Ohio governor John Kasich, and Florida senator Marco Rubio. This list is a mix of the likely and the nearly impossible. Starting at the top, Christie’s an obvious prospect; he was one of the first major Republican rivals to endorse Trump, and he did so at the moment when Trump needed it most, resetting the

   

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