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Sunday, May 26, 2013

 









Dogton Abbey
Video


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Obama under fire for declaring the war on terror
´over´ in week of extremist attacks

Cloud CooCoo speech has to have the gang down at the
machete sharpening shop doubled with laughter.
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Leak Inquiries Show How Wide A Net U.S. Cast
The NYT beginning to know how it feels when the
one you love doesn't love you back.
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How does Holder survive?
How can O hang on to Holder?
Then again, how can he not?
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Even for liberals, Obama has crossed a line
Some straight talk from Janet Daly,
the best straight talker around.
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O's split personality
In his speech last week "he took both sides of issues
so often that Politico headlined its
story “Obama Debates Obama.”
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Lawmakers zero in on IRS meetings at White House
IRS honchos at White House 100 times in two years,
virtually a second office. Do the math.
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They’ll Always Love Obama
Despite the current keening, journalistic enchantment
with Barack Obama has never really gone away
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Must Reads for Saturday, May 25, 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]




I’ll be riding across the deserts of Texas with
wounded warriors to show the unbelievable character of our men
and women in uniform... it’s a ride to herald people who were
dealt a severe blow and said, ‘I’m not going to let it tear me down.’”
- President George W. Bush



      


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There will be blood. On Tuesday night, Donald Trump swept the “Acela Corridor” primaries — Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Rhode Island — and made it more likely than ever that he will be the Republican nominee. Next week’s Indiana primary is now truly a must-win contest for Ted Cruz. (It’s never a good sign when an event is being touted as your “Alamo.”) And even if Cruz can keep Trump from winning the nomination outright, taking the nomination from him at a contested convention is now far more difficult. But on Wednesday morning, Trump fans had pitchforks poised. Early

   

 

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Voters in five states stretching from the mid-Atlantic to the Northeast went to the polls on Tuesday. At the presidential level, Donald Trump crushed his two remaining competitors, while Hillary Clinton took four of the five states in play, extending her delegate lead over Bernie Sanders. I picked some winners and some losers from the night that was. They´re below. Winners • Donald Trump: This was an an absolutely sweeping across-the-board victory for the real estate mogul. From a delegate perspective, this may wind up being Trump´s single best night of the primary process. His massive wins in Connecticut and Maryland help him

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(Video) Donald Trump said he sees himself as the presumptive GOP presidential nominee in a victory speech Tuesday night from New York City. “I consider myself the presumptive nominee, absolutely," he said at a press conference following his victories in five primaries on the East Coast. "Sen. Cruz and Gov. Kasich should really get out of the race; they have no path to victory and honestly they should get out of the race. We should heal the Republican party, bring the Republican Party back together,” Trump said. Trump swept rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich in all five states holding primary

   

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