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Friday, May 31, 2013

 









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Storm clouds ahead for Barack Obama: less than half of Americans
now view their president as honest and trustworthy

America begins to figure it out.
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A Double-Trouble Scandal for Obama
Political death rattle heard as Obama outrages
his core, the media and liberals.
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Attorney General Holder says he’ll protect journalists’ rights
Some super off-the-record meet-up. Three of the five journalists
who were there spoke to reporters outside the Justice Department's
headquarters afterward.
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Fox News soars on Justice Department wings
Fair, balanced and finally some respect.
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The Other IRS Scandal
...and then they came for the Jews.
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Deadline set for James Cole to detail Eric Holder’s recusal
Take This Job and Shove It(verse 321): It's hot seat Friday for Holder
deputy to remember how Holder recused himself.
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IRS may have targeted conservatives more broadly
More news that makes one repeat the question:
Why have we stayed silent?
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PC Policy Killed Brit Soldier Lee Rigby
Wake up call for Britain? Here's hoping.
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Must Reads for Thursday, May 30, 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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New York Times, by Michael Vines    Original Article
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With an unexpectedly speedy and sweeping announcement on Friday of charges against six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore’s chief prosecutor sent an unmistakable signal that the days when police misconduct drew a wrist slap are over. It was a bold gesture, experts say — and a risky one. For the pledge may be an empty gesture unless prosecutors secure convictions in Mr. Gray’s death. Both history and the circumstances of the case unveiled on Friday hint that it will be anything but easy. Brutality cases against police officers are notoriously difficult to win, and much about the case,

   

 

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Family of woman killed
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution, by Aaron Gould Sheinin    Original Article
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Family and friends of Alexia Christian gathered Saturday near where she died two days earlier after Atlanta Police officers shot her while she was in the back of a patrol car. (Snip) “If you look at her arrests, she was not in there for no violent crimes,” Felecia Christian said of her daughter. “She might have stolen a car here or there; she was a wild child. She didn’t do anything that would deserve her to be dead. She did nothing to deserve death.”

   

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