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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

 









      


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Senate report: Attack on U.S. compound in Benghazy
could have been prevented

Note-about 15 people who cooperated killed.
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Revealed: NSA has hacked into 100,000 computers around
the world some of which are NOT CONNECTED to the internet

Some of this news brought to you by Mr. Snowden.
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Sarah Palin´s father harassed by
IRS six times since 2008

Paid taxes for 50 years and never heard a word. Then......
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House Republicans About to Vote on Trillion-Dollar
Spending Bill They Haven't Read Yet

"If I had a hammer.................."
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Benghazi: Obama Administration
Lied Before They Lied

Another infuriating layers peels off the Benghazi onion.
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To Each, According to His Delusions
Obama heaves another dead cat of Marxism
boiler plate into the room.
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The Media’s Chris Christie Hysteria
The astonishing and pointless fuss
over a touch of New Jerseyness.
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Tuesday's Most Read
The New York Post's editorial on
the IRS targeting scam
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Must Reads for Tuesday, January 14, 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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