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Saturday, February 15, 2014

 









      


Dogton Abbey
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Did CIA official suppress Benghazi
narrative? Accounts raise new questions

CIA three days after attack says "...not/not an
escalation of protests." Wow! With formulations like
that no wonder we're in such great shape.
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Jonathan Turley Says, 'The Thing Speaks for Itself'
A liberal steps forward. Better late than never.
(Spun sugar dusted with orange zest? Plates made of sugar!?)
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VW workers in Tennessee stun UAW,
reject union by 712-626 margin

Vote could make it next to impossible for the union
to extend its reach beyond domestic automakers.
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Aspen airport shuts down for Michelle Obama
After dusting all those spun sugar puffs with
orange zest, a girl needs a rest.
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Must Reads for Friday, February 14, 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]




The Bandwidth Beast remains depressed. He's been that way since Valentine's Day and his expensive staff can't figure out what is the matter.




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A procedural vote Sunday to repeal Obamacare couldn’t win over a majority of the GOP-led Senate, while a bid to revive an obscure exports agency succeeded, delivering twin blows to conservatives as they navigated a thorny path toward a highway bill that’s raised questions about civility and Republican discord in the august chamber. Allies of Majority Leader Mitch McConnell kicked off a kooky weekend session by scolding Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican, for flouting the Senate’s rules of comity. The 2016 presidential candidate accused Mr. McConnell on Friday of lying about whether he’d struck a deal to revive the federal

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The GOP "Old Guard" in the Senate Sunday pushed back against outspoken conservative critics, avoiding direct attacks on Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, but making it clear his recent renegade actions are unwelcome in the upper chamber. Without saying a word, the Republican conference sent a powerful message to Cruz and other conservatives like Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, by not backing their efforts to add amendments to a "must-pass" highway spending bill. "Deliberation and reasoned judgment require an atmosphere of restraint, an atmosphere of thoughtful disagreement," Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, who serves as the Senate pro tempore and is the longest-serving GOP lawmaker,

   

 

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Donald Trump’s rapid ascendency to the top of the Republican polls—and the blinding media spotlight surrounding him that has rendered all other 2016 contenders seemingly mute—has baffled nearly every observer. Even his longtime friends (and enemies) are fascinated. When I reached him this week on vacation, Las Vegas developer mogul Steve Wynn, who has been on both the enemies and the friends side of that equation with Trump, said simply, “I am as mystified about it as you are.” As he continued, “It certainly is a spectacular and perverse moment in political history. There’s no precedent for this.” “What I

   

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