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Monday, May 20, 2013

 









Dogton Abbey
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White House Chief of Staff knew about damaging
audit, kept Obama in the dark

That crunching sounds is another Obama staffer taking a fall.
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WashPost Reports Obama DOJ Also Spied
on James Rosen of Fox News

Chances are this list will grow by the day.
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When It Rains, It Pours
Tried and true tactics - lies, spin and obfuscation.
And, they never work for long.
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A rare peek into a Justice Department leak probe
"Justice obtained a search warrant for the reporter's
personal e-mail." If you aren't reminded of the KGB
you're not paying attention.
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A Bushel of Pinocchios for IRS's Lois Lerner
Three facts now emerge.
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How the IRS seeded the clouds in 2010 for a political
deluge three years later

Today's example of what a weekend phone call from the White House
can produce. Fish rot from the middle, donja' know.
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Anonymous Cincinnati IRS official: “Everything comes from the top.”
There, now that's better.
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White House Aide Calls Criticism of Obama "Offensive"
Spokesboy and "inner circler" Dan Pfeiffer let out of backroom
to do a Ginsburg Sunday round. Makes Susan Rice look like Winston Churchill.
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Must Reads for Sunday, May 19, 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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