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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

 









  •  
World shaken as North Korea 'conducts underground
nuclear test' in defiance of its one friend,
China, and multiple foes

This last one is the biggest yet.
  •  
Krauthammer: Expect an ´extremely aggressive
and partisan´ State of the Union speech

Our hearts go out to those who not only have to listen
but then have to write about it.
  •  
New Benghazi Questions for Brennan
More on the bloody Benghazi paper trail.
  •  
White House: All questions answered on Benghazi attack
...and this is how the White House reacts.
  •  
A sign from above? Lightning strikes Vatican
hours after Pope's shock resignation

Perhaps one day it will hit the White House.
  •  
The Menendez Mess, Continued
The NYTimes, finally on Menendez' case, is going to stay there.
  •  
Must Reads for Monday, February 11, 2013
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
  •  
Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]




The Dowager Countess Lady Phyllis, left, upon
hearing that "the American" has arrived at Bandwidth
Abbey, races her Lady in Waiting to the porte cochere.
They both know that Mrs. La Vine has never visited
without causing some colossal mess with the family.
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