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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

 









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Benghazi penalties are bogus
No surprise here. Nobody is going anywhere.
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Tax chaos looms in wake of Boehner’s failed 'Plan B' proposal
A slew of tax provisions expire in two weeks.
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The president’s Obama-centric view of the world
A not particularly pretty picture emerges.
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Fathers disappear from households across America
Life in a fatherless world, rotting from within.
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Obama ‘Likely’ Flying Back To D.C. Late
Wednesday For Fiscal Cliff

Now, doesn't that make you feel better?
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Obama Has Long Work List to Tackle When He Returns
Christmas at Cape David would have been several millions
cheaper and they had snow.
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Anti-Piers Morgan petition tops 65K signers
His speech is protected by Constitution he despises
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Conservatives Must Not Seek All Low-Info Voters
Marcus for RNC Chairman?
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Chicago Tribune, Six Other Papers Drop Associated Press
Is it really all about money?
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Obama Claus Gives You 90 More Days To Collect Your
$50,000 Reparations Check

Simply unbelievable. Corrupt administration, Congress and media
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Must Reads for Tuesday, December 25, 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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