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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

 





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Obama's polls fall as middle class gets his number
Growing up is hard to do.
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Will Christie aide fired over Bridgegate rat out her boss?
Lawyer with deep ties to the governor splits
with Bridget Kelly over 'conflict of interest'

Slaughter on I-95: Christie staffers scramble.
Some change lanes.
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Obamacare Security Risks Abound
Hired Hacker: "I don't understand how we’re still discussing
whether the website is insecure or not. It is insecure -100 percent.”
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The blunt truth — White house drug czar
contradicts Obama on marijuana

Now that's awkward.
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Terror alert for high speed train carrying
tourists to Sochi Winter Olympics

Billions spent on Putin's Folly. Why would anyone
even think of going.
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Snow doesn’t hinder March for Life
God bless these dedicated people. We are grateful as
will be thousands of living babies.
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Tuesday's MOST READ
Overwhelmingly, 2 to 1 readers liked Aaron Goldstein's
"One More Reason to Dislike Him."
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Must Reads for Tuesday, January 21, 2014
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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