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Saturday, February 01, 2014

 





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David Wildstein: A Christie Groupie Scored?
Things are never simple in New Jersey,
particularly revenge.
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New York Times makes dramatic change to
Christie report without noting correction

The Times pulls a punch and thought no
one would notice.
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A Few More ReasonsTo Repeal ObamaCare
The astonishingly dedicated Betsy McCaughey
finds yet another O saving loophole in bill.
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Obama Running Out of Reasons to Reject Keystone XL
To the O-hugging MSM they are "reasons" when
in truth they are excuses.
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Bieber released after search
of ‘pot-reeking’ party jet

Police called by party plane pilot in route.
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Amnesty, but Not for D’Souza
An explanation of a great injustice.
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Must Reads for Friday, January 31, 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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In a commonsense decision, the Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal of a case that decided that people registering to vote in federal election don´t have to prove their citizenship. That means that people registering to vote won´t be bullied into proving citizenship, which now seems to be an irrelevant criterion for voting. “I am very pleased, obviously,” said Dolores Furtado, president of the Kansas chapter of the League of Women Voters. “It’s a good feeling because we’re truly trying to help” people get registered to vote. Furtado said the league’s main interest is in increasing participation in the

   

 

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Carter: U.S. is ‘The Most
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Washington Free Beacon, by David Rutz    Original Article
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Former President Jimmy Carter referred to the United States as the most “warlike country on Earth” last week during an interview with the nonprofit Aspen Institute. “I think the American superpower goal should be to the champion of peace, and to be the champion of human rights, and to be the champion of the environment and to be the most generous nation on Earth,” he said. “Those are the elements that I hope eventually the United States will set as goals. We are the most warlike country on Earth. We are laggard in addressing the problem of global warming, for

Bill de Blasio signs law to ban
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New York Daily News, by John Spina    Original Article
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Mitch McConnell: GOP out of legislative
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell concedes that there’s little congressional Republicans can do to fight the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of same-sex marriage nationwide, though he predicted a flurry of litigation aimed at protecting “religious liberty” in light of the decision. The Kentucky Republican has been a staunch opponent of same-sex marriage: He was one of just six Senate Republicans to sign an amicus brief urging the high court to reject federal protection of same-sex marriage. And though he reiterated to Kentucky TV station WDRB on Tuesday evening that his position has not changed, he also said there is little

Bernie Sanders Attracts MASSIVE
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Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders attracted a nearly sellout crowd Wednesday night at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum In Madison, WI, which seats about 10,000 people. CNN’s Dan Merica tweeted out the following photos from the event, which show the near-capacity crowd for the event. Meanwhile, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had trouble filling most of the Patriot Center at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA last Friday. According to the Sanders campaign (via Merica), the crowd count for the campaign was at 9,600.

Robert Redford sees ´last
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United Nations (United States) (AFP) - Robert Redford told the United Nations on Monday that negotiations on a global deal to tackle climate change could be the world´s "last chance" to save the planet. "This December, the world must unite behind a common goal," said the American actor and producer. "Because look, this is it. This is our only planet, our only life source. "This may be our last chance." World governments will try to forge a new global accord to address climate change at a UN climate conference in Paris in December, with both developed and developing countries committing to cutting greenhouse gas

   

 

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Media Outlets Attack Donald
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Breitbart Big Government, by Brandon Darby    Original Article
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Media outlets across the U.S. are sparing no energy in attacking billionaire and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for his recent comments highlighting criminals who illegally enter the U.S. from Mexico. Every possible chance to attack is being taken, with some outlets going as far as making news stories out of children saying bad things about Trump on social media. The frenzy developed shortly after Trump used his national platform to make comments on the criminal element that illegally crosses the porous U.S.-Mexico border to commit heinous crimes on U.S. soil. USA Today went as far as reporting on a YouTube video made

   

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