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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

 









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5 US troops die in helicopter crash in Afghanistan
Fast is not fast enough to get our heroes home.
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Rand Paul masks his true world view
A Hit Out of Right Field: A Bush loyalist and long time
Bush speech writer takes an interesting
look at Rand's motives.
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Obama Should Cut His Million-Dollar Golf Games,
Not White House Tours

Clearly he doesn't see a connection.
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Obama to Nominate Sharia Supporter,
Illegal Immigrant Advocate as Labor Secretary

Colorful choice. Anyone going to stop it?
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Charm has its Limits
Fewer F-Bombs: "The phone calls and e-mails from the
president’s aides have become less confrontational
and less vulgar, they say."
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Judge halts mayor´s soda ban,
calls it ´arbitrary and capricious´

Fizzy Water Fracas: New Yorker's reaction instant and
astonishing. Like they had won the Olympics.
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LDOTTER THANK YOU NOTE
Here's the tale of Dogton Abbey produced by a genius Ldotter
(credits at end) and presented as our way of thanking
everyone for another year of staying sane.
Lucianne and the entire LComCrew.
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Must Reads for Monday, March 11, 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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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]




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