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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

 









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President Congeniality talks tough
Even the WaPo didn't like his 'tude.
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GOP congressman threatens impeachment if Obama uses
executive action for gun control

An idea whose time has come.
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Our Mean-Spirited President Gives a Press Conference
and Talks About Guns

It's not often one hears a president called "mean spirited".
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I’m a dope fiend: Lance ’fesses in Oprah sit-down
All this pain just to ride a bike.
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Biden: W.H. eyeing 19 executive actions on guns
Here we thought Uncle Joe was just for yucks.
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Why Nobody Believes Obama on the Debt Ceiling
Opening a shrunken paycheck has real consequences.
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A Reply to My Commenters
This professor's essay got nearly 100 replies here yesterday.
This is his response.
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Conservatives Have No Credibility with the Low-Info Crowd
Because We Don´t Defend Our Own When They Come
Under Attack

Surprised Rush doesn't remember Alicia since he's
quoted her before.
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Must Reads for Monday, January 14, 2013
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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