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Sunday, December 16, 2012

 









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'I Am Adam Lanza's Mother': A Mom's
Perspective On The Mental Illness
Conversation In America

This very important blog article has been posted
with special permission of staff.
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As president heads to Newtown, stories of heroism,
courage and brutality emerge in wake of shooting

Inevitable trip, mercifully brief. Another
sad day for the nation.
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Bloomberg News hid conflicting fiscal-cliff
poll numbers, pushed results favorable to Obama

...and without the non-MSM you would know nothing.
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Obama Sandy aid bill filled with holiday
goodies unrelated to storm damage

Porkers front load bill while hundreds still
without heat, water, roofs.
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Martyrdom of St. Susan
"...just another bump in the road to shielding Obama
from accountability for the Benghazi debacle."
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As Shooting Story Unfolds, Media Struggle With Facts
It's hard to fill hours with blah blah. Harder
still to make it factual blah blah.
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Clinton will not testify before Congress
on Libya, purported concussion cited

A smack on the head like that can make one
lose memory as far back as...umm...September 10.
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Must Reads for Saturday, December 15, 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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