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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

 









      


Dogton Abbey
Video


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Obama to Raise Minimum Wage under federal contractors
Obama finds something to do with his pen.
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Obama tries to reach past TV to touch diminished
audience with State of Union

#Faceplant: Supporters are encouraged to tweet
their "favorite moments."
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Senate Republicans Develop The Most Credible
Plan Yet To 'Repeal And Replace' Obamacare

Yes, Virginia, it's possible to clean up the mess.
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Confusion Over Deadlines Jeopardizes Obamacare
There is no deadline for dog food people simply won't eat.
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Hillary Clinton’s ‘regret’ over Benghazi
Like ya' know...like ya' know.
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Get ready for an immigration fight the
public doesn't want

Left for dead....it's back.
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Monday's MOST READ
Mediaite's story about the gone-missing
congressman led the day.
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Must Reads for Monday, January 27, 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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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]








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Dear Baltimore Family and Friends:
Y´all Bein´ Played!

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American Thinker, by Lloyd Marcus    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 5/3/2015 5:33:53 AM     Post Reply
Dear Family and Friends, Though you have not confronted me or organized an intervention, I know many of you do not understand why I dislike Obama, vote Republican, and joined the Tea Party. Y´all think, Obama is black, we´re black -- so, what is my problem? Dad told me that grandmother, 101 years old when she passed, cried when Obama was elected. I get that and totally understand. Still, I could not go brain-dead and hop on the elect-the-first-black-president bandwagon. As a matter of fact, I was stunned by how alone I was in considering who Obama was as a

   

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