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Wednesday, November 07, 2012

 



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Obama Victory Comes With No Mandate
Obama can thank "small-bore and brutish" campaign
for a four year headache for us all.
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Five ways the mainstream media tipped
the scales in favor Obama

"Their favorable approach almost certainly made
the difference between victory and defeat.
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CBS Hides Obama Refusal To Call Benghazi Terrorist Attack
The Dan Rather "Truth Legacy" lives on.
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Question for the Victor: How Far Do You Push?
Even the NYTimes see no mandate.
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Krauthammer: Obama has ‘no mandate,
’GOP future ‘quite bright’

The good doctor says the future is not as dim
for the GOP as it might seem.
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Must Reads for Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]

      


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PJ Media, by Bridget Johnson    Original Article
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At today’s Arlington National Cemetery Memorial Day observance, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said “troops of such caliber demand great leaders, and there’s no doubt they have one in our commander in chief.” “I see that every day,” continued Carter, who assumed his post in February. “He knows well the challenges we must face, the obligations we must meet, and the opportunities we must seize in order to keep our nation safe and to make a better world for our children. And I see that he cares deeply about the safety, welfare, and dignity of our men and women in uniform

   

 

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Michelle Obama urges grads to seek conflict
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Investor´s Business Daily, by Andrew Malcolm    Original Article
Posted By: SurferLad- 5/26/2015 9:13:05     Post Reply
Michelle Obama urged another class of college graduates Monday to work aggressively to change American society and not be deterred by noisy or obstructionist opposition. The 51-year-old first lady spent her Memorial Day not with her husband honoring the fallen military at Arlington National Cemetery, but urging graduates at Ohio´s Oberlin College to become persistent, determined agents of change in their communities. She warned them about the evils of American society outside academia, requiring constant change, not support. And she urged them to "shape the revolutions of your time" by becoming community

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Cybercast News Service, by Susan Jones    Original Article
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First lady Michelle Obama told Oberlin College graduates on Monday she was "moved" to receive an honorary degree from the school, since it was the "first college in America to officially embrace the admission of black students, and the first co-ed school to grand bachelor´s degrees to women." "I should be here today," Mrs. Obama said in her opening remarks. "Oberlin is likely the only college in America that I could have attended nearly two centuries ago, and I am honored to be part of the extraordinary legacy of this great institution." Mrs. Obama said she agreed to speak at

Lena Dunham Wears Lingerie
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US Weekly, by Stephanie Webber    Original Article
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Four Words That Imperil Health Care Law
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New York Times, by Robert Pear    Original Article
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WASHINGTON — They are only four words in a 900-page law: “established by the state.” But it is in the ambiguity of those four words in the Affordable Care Act that opponents found a path to challenge the law, all the way to the Supreme Court. How those words became the most contentious part of President Obama’s signature domestic accomplishment has been a mystery. Who wrote them, and why? Were they really intended, as the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell claim, to make the tax subsidies in the law available only in states that established their own health insurance marketplaces, and not

Sarah Palin spotted arguing with
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day while Bristol stays away to
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Daily Mail [UK], by David McCormick & Licia Naff    Original Article
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Federal appeals court deals blow
to President Obama’s amnesty

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Washington Times, by Stephen Dinan    Original Article
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White House Hits Back at Appeals
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Time, by Maya Rhodan    Original Article
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"Today, two judges of the Fifth Circuit chose to misinterpret the facts and the law". The Obama Administration said it is weighing its options in the wake of an appeals court ruling that kept a block on the president’s executive action on immigration. On Tuesday, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals refused to lift an injunction of the president’s action to grant millions of undocumented immigrants temporary reprieve from deportation. Texas and twenty-five other states are suing the Obama administration over the president’s immigration plan, and a federal judge in Texas blocked the action temporarily in February. The appeals court

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Associated Press, by Hillel Italie    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 5/26/2015 8:45:44     Post Reply
NEW YORK— Sen. Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, is working on a memoir. The Kentucky Republican told The Associated Press on Tuesday that he planned to tell both his personal story, including overcoming polio as a child in Alabama, and the story of his long career in public life. "It´s hard for me to believe it´s been four decades in politics," McConnell, 73, said during a telephone interview, adding that the book "gives you an opportunity to convey the lessons you´ve learned over the years." Known as one of Washington´s savviest politicians, McConnell has given his book the working title,

   

 

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IRS hit by cyberattack, thousands
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Washington Times, by Stephen Dinan    Original Article
Posted By: PageTurner- 5/26/2015 4:38:56     Post Reply
Thieves managed to steal information on thousands of taxpayers from the IRS, Commissioner John Koskinen said Tuesday — though he insisted the breach didn’t affect average taxpayers and the information they file in their annual returns. “This is not a security breach. Our basic information is secure,” Mr. Koskinen insisted in a call with reporters to discuss the theft, which he said came from online access by fraudsters, who he described as part of an organized crime syndicate. The IRS is sending out notices to those they have determined were affected by the breach, and has opened a criminal investigation into the

   

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