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Sunday, November 11, 2012

 





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Rep Gowdy: Either Petraeus Will Come and
Testify to Congress Or He Will Be Subpoenaed

Say this about the new/old adminstration. It won't be dull.
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With Paula Broadwell, Gen. David Petraeus
let his guard down

Well, ah...yeah...his guard..ah yes, he certainly did.
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FBI probe of Petraeus began with "suspicious emails"
Now there's another woman involved. This thing gets
more Danielle Steel by the day.
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Military timeline from night of Benghazi attack begs more questions
Study the careful choreography of this administration
as this story begins to unravel.
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Florida officials order partial recount in tight House
race between Rep. West and Democratic challenger Murphy

Rep.West fights back. Tough soldiers don't give in easily.
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When a C.I.A. Director Had Scores of Affairs
One of oddest op-ed pieces ever to appear in the NYTimes.
Is this an "everybody does it" plant. Feeble.
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Your Sunday Video Giggle
Carol Burnett's love song to John Foster Dulles.
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Must Reads for Saturday, November 10, 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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