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Monday, March 24, 2014

 





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Obama Flies to a Europe Shaken by Putin's Bold Strategy
Study now says Obama most traveled, expensive President in History.
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Students fill out ‘March Madness’ brackets ranking Obama scandals
Not worth a billion but this is a much easier bracket to fill out
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Romney slams Obama for 'faulty judgment' on Russia
"Faulty Judgment? How about insane incompetence?
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No Justice Department Charges Against Ohio Woman
Who Voted Six Times for Obama

Did we really expect any from Holder?
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The climate change deniers have won
Now can we say-I told you so?
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Government intervenes at school
'taken over’ by Muslim radicals

Better late than never. Hope Michigan gets the hint.
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10 NYC schoolchildren have committed suicide in 2014
An appalling statistic.
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Must Reads for Sunday, March 23, 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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Posted By: Dreadnought- 5/1/2015 11:21:55 PM     Post Reply
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Black Culture Is Not the Problem
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Posted By: Toledo- 5/1/2015 8:05:15 AM     Post Reply
BALTIMORE — IN the wake of the Michael Brown shooting and subsequent unrest in Ferguson, Mo., commentators noted the absence of black representatives among Ferguson’s elected officials and its police leadership. A Department of Justice report highlighted how Ferguson’s mostly white City Council and its courts spurred on explicitly racist policing, in part to harvest fines from black residents. Then came Baltimore. The death of Freddie Gray, like those of Eric Garner, John Crawford III, Rekia Boyd and so many other unarmed African-Americans, at first seemed to fit the all-too-familiar template — white cops, black suspect, black corpse.

Why Do So Many People Hate the
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You know Hillary Clinton’s voice, right? I mean, you know it. It’s just so loud and annoying. Or maybe it´s like a nagging wife. Or inauthentic—that phony Southern accent! Those flat Midwestern vowels! Whatever it is, her voice is burned into your brain. Now think of Jeb Bush’s voice. It’s so—wait, what does it sound like again? He sounds just ... like a guy, maybe? It´s probably hard for you to recall distinguishing features about most of the Republican candidates. (Snip)If you watch old clips of Clinton from the 1992 campaign, she is presenting herself in a much more feminine

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First Picture: One of the six cops
charged over Freddie Gray´s homicide
after Baltimore State Attorney says
victim was illegally arrested

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Daily Mail (UK), by Mia De Graaf    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 5/1/2015 2:01:04 PM     Post Reply
This is the first officer to be pictured out of the six cops charged over the death of Freddie Gray. Officer Edward Nero, 29, is facing 10 years in jail for allegedly assaulting the 25-year-old before he suffered a severe spine injury and died. The married father-of-one, who is also charged with misconduct in public office, joined the Baltimore Police Department in 2012. He will face trial alongside five colleagues, whose charges range from assault to manslaughter and murder, after the Maryland State´s Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, declared Gray´s death was a homicide, and there is probable cause to file criminal

   

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