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Saturday, January 12, 2013

 









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Range of executive actions possible on guns,
some more controversial than others

The wheels will spin. The air will get hot.
Then, nothing.
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Possible NYT layoffs rattle media
....As in death rattle.
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Benghazi terrorists, skating free
Just wait, next week Hillary is going to tell us
just how it happened.(If she wants to run in '16)
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Al Gore Declares Mission Accomplished
It's not easy being green.
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Charlie Crist, Homewrecker
A startling article linked to an even more startling article.
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Must Reads for Friday, January 11, 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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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]


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White House announces that the country´s
highest peak, Mount McKinley, will now
be called by its Alaskan name, Denali

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Daily Mail (UK), by Christopher Brennan    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 8/30/2015 10:26:46 PM     Post Reply
President Barack Obama will change the name of Mount McKinley, the top of which is the country´s highest point, back to its traditional Alaskan title, Denali. His administration announced the name change on Sunday, citing the authority of the Department of the Interior, ahead of a trip to Alaska on Monday that will see him become the first sitting president to visit the state´s Arctic. Alaskans have long called the 20,320-foot mountain Denali, though pushes by its politicians to have the name changed have met with opposition from those in Ohio, the home state of the 25th president.

   

 

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Jeb Bush calls Donald Trump a "jerk"
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Posted By: Honeybadger- 8/31/2015 7:07:41 AM     Post Reply
Jeb Bush fired back at Donald Trump at a Hamptons fund-raiser, calling the Republican front-runner “a jerk.” At the Southampton event Bush — who has been blasted by Trump as “low energy” — added that watching his political rival is like “watching reality TV,” according to a witness. Bush — who had three fund-raisers in the Hamptons over the weekend — also claimed Hillary Clinton would regulate businesses like Uber, asking, “Why would you regulate a company helping people to make a living?” Among 75 guests at the private Meadow Lane home were Woody Johnson, Tamara Mellon, James Tisch, Jane Lauder, and Martin

CNN: GOP Establishment
Plots ´Trump Takedown´

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American Spectator, by Jeffrey Lord    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 9/1/2015 7:17:11 AM     Post Reply
CNN is on the case. (And yes, full disclosure, I am now a CNN commentator.) As discussed on John King’s Inside Politics, and seen here on the CNN website, the main headline reads: GOP establishment plans Trump takedown The sub-head reads: An anti-Trump ad deluge after Labor Day? And the story says: It’s no secret the Republican establishment is unnerved by Donald Trump and his lead in national and key state polls. And now, after weeks of assuming his support would be fleeting, there is a debate about how to take aim at Trump -- and just who should finance such an effort.

´They messed with the wrong family´:
Father of slain journalist goes after
NRA and lawmakers who voted against
stricter gun laws

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Daily Mail (UK), by Daily Mail.com Reporters    Original Article
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The heartbroken father of murdered TV reporter Alison Parker said his fight for gun control laws has only just begun as he hit out against the NRA and lawmakers who voted against stricter legislation, saying they ´messed with the wrong family´. Viewers of WDBJ, a CBS affiliate in Roanoke, Virginia, watched in horror on Wednesday morning as Alison, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27, were gunned down by a former reporter as they filmed a live segment. Andy Parker, 62, said he has not been able to watch the news after his daughter´s death but will fight to make sure

Illinois Says It Can’t Pay
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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Big-time Illinois Lottery winners aren’t getting the largesse. They’re getting left out. Without a state budget agreement two months into the new fiscal year, there’s no authority for the state comptroller to cut checks over $25,000. That means smaller winnings can be paid out, but not the larger lottery wins. Susan Rick, who lives in Oglesby, Illinois, planned home fix-ups and a visit to her daughter after her boyfriend won $250,000 last month. But they were told to wait. Rick tells the Chicago Tribune that if the situation were reversed, the state would “come take it, and they don’t care

Church says Trump isn´t
an ´active member´

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The Hill, by Rebecca Shabad    Original Article
Posted By: Toledo- 8/31/2015 7:38:26 AM     Post Reply
The church that Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump says he attends in Manhattan says the candidate is not an “active member.” "Donald Trump has had a longstanding history with Marble Collegiate Church, where his parents were for years active members and one of his children was baptized. However, as he indicates, he is a Presbyterian, and is not an active member of Marble," the church said in a statement to CNN. During a Thursday campaign stop in Greenville, S.C., Trump told reporters, "I am Presbyterian Protestant. I go to Marble Collegiate Church,” which is located on Fifth Avenue, south of Trump Tower. Trump

   

 

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The anti-Trump angst grows
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Washington Post, by Jennifer Rubin    Original Article
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Republican operatives, insiders affiliated with no campaign and donors with whom Right Turn spoke last week are not pleased about the state of the GOP race. (Snip) These Republicans, on one hand, despair that an egocentric bully with no discernible political principles should be leading in polls. They observe that his incoherent mix of authoritarianism, protectionism and cronyism is antithetical to the modern conservative movement, and in tone is 180 degrees from Ronald Reagan. But they also note that he is building an organization and displaying “P.T. Barnum showmanship,”

   

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