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Saturday, November 17, 2012

 





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Israel launches scores of airstrikes into
Gaza after Hamas hits Jerusalem

16,000 Reservists called up as Israel retaliates against Hamas rockets
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President told within 72 hours Benghazi attack
linked to al-Qaida extremists

This is the clearest, best reported article so far.
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Hillary and Libya
"U.S. Libya policy has been her handiwork, and with the
exception of the fall of Gadhafi it is a notable failure."
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Susan Rice’s Talking Points
If, as the president said, Rice had nothing to do with
Benghazi then she couldn't know she was lying.
Right? Right?
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The Wonderful World of of Jill and Scott Kelley
At last, news of Bubba The Love Sponge. We've been concerned.
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Must Reads for Friday, November 16, 2012
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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Jeb Bush admits toking
at private prep school:
´I smoked marijuana
when I was at Andover´

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Daily Mail [UK], by David Martosko    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 1/30/2015 5:38:26     Post Reply
Jeb Bush, the newest front-runner among Republicans seeking their party´s 2016 presidential nomination, smoked marijuana in high school--an activity he describes as ´pretty common´ at the tony Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. He told The Boston Globe in an interview published ahead of Sunday´s edition that ´I drank alcohol and I smoked marijuana when I was at Andover.´ Both activities were strictly forbidden at the time--and still are--and could have gotten him expelled. But ´it was pretty common,´ he insisted. It´s common for presidential hopefuls to ´dump´ unflattering news about themselves early in election cycles, in the hope that it will be considered

   

 

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Megyn to Pentagon Spox: Americans
Think You Negotiated With Terrorists

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Fox News, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 1/30/2015 10:00:17     Post Reply
Megyn Kelly tonight took on Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby about the news that one of the “Taliban Five” has made contact with terrorists since being freed from Guantanamo Bay. “Can you assure the American people that these five guys do not pose any threat to the United States?” Kelly pressed. Kirby insisted that the U.S. is working with Qatar to mitigate the threat, but Kelly questioned Kirby on how this man made contact with terrorists “if our protocols are so great.” “Obviously, there’s a flaw in the system,” Kelly remarked. But Kirby argued that the system in

Democrats in Congress suggest
postponing Netanyahu´s address

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Jerusalem Post, by Michael Wilner    Original Article
Posted By: happywarrior- 1/30/2015 7:13:15     Post Reply
WASHINGTON – Democrats in the House of Representatives are suggesting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu postpone his speech to a joint session of Congress until after the Israeli election on March 17. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-California) said it was “not appropriate” for Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) to invite Netanyahu without first notifying the White House – a move that angered the Obama administration. Netanyahu is expected to advocate for a different policy on Iran that the president has thus far pursued. “Such a presentation could send the wrong message in terms of giving diplomacy a chance,” Pelosi said. She

Mitt Romney closes door
on 2016 run

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Washington Examiner (DC), by David M. Drucker & Rebecca Berg    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 1/30/2015 11:35:18     Post Reply
Mitt Romney closed the door on a third presidential bid Friday, the Washington Examiner has confirmed. Romney told supporters during a morning conference call that he plans to sit out the 2016 contest. The Republicans´ 2012 presidential nominee scrambled the budding GOP primary campaign in early January when he signaled to campaign contributors and backers of his past campaigns that he was considering another run at the White House. Romney asked them to hold off from joining other campaigns while he took time to make a decision. Romney´s decision to bow out could set off a flurry of moves by

Clint Eastwood threatened to KILL Michael Moore:
Documentary maker reveals that American Sniper
director claimed he would shoot him if he appeared
at his front door with a camera

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Daily Mail [UK], by Steve Hopkins    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 1/30/2015 1:58:15     Post Reply
Michael Moore has confirmed that Clint Eastwood had previously threatened his life as the fallout between the pair continues after the filmmaker criticized the director´s movie, American Sniper. Writing on his Facebook page, the documentary maker said Eastwood made the comments in January 2005 - ´10 years ago this week´ at the National Board of Review Awards dinner. Moore said Eastwood announced ´to me and to the crowd that he would ´kill´ me if I ever came to his house with my camera for an interview. ´I´ll kill you,´ he declared.´ At the time Eastwood was being honored for his film Million Dollar Baby.

McDonalds CEO Quits Before Board
Fires Him – Abject Failure In Position
of CEO Three Consecutive Years…

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Conservative Treehouse, by Sundance    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 1/30/2015 8:58:55     Post Reply
McDonalds sought to deflect pressure from the BGI and Professional Left over Franchise Law (NLRB), employment, and pay rates. So they took a proactive position and hired a black CEO. Three consecutive years of failure, dismal sales and market share losses ensued. The worst leadership run in the history of the organization. However, now Al Sharpton and the Obama administration (using the NLRB) are likely to strike back. Yet consider this: immediately the stock soared on the news of Thompson’s firing; which would indicate the shareholders would rather face Sharpton/Obama than deal with a continued idiot at the helm.BLOOMBERG –

   

 

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Gov. Kasich Defends Support for
Obamacare: “I Don’t Pay Much
Attention to Narrow Ideologues”

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Gateway Pundit, by Jim Hoft    Original Article
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Ohio Governor John Kasich (R-OH) defended his support for Obamacare by quoting Bible verses. Regarding his critics, Kasich said, “I don’t pay much attention to the narrow ideologues.” WatchDog.org reported: Matthew 25 includes a call for more entitlement spending and provides biblical justification for Obamacare, or so says Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Promoting Obamacare in South Dakota, Montana and several national interviews last week, Kasich touted the Bible chapter’s depiction of judgment based on individual charity as a sweeping endorsement of government programs for the poor. Kasich, a Republican, campaigned against Obamacare in 2010, saying the law’s Medicaid expansion would

Should Loretta Lynch Really
Be Confirmed As Attorney General?

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Investor´s Business Daily, by Editorial    Original Article
Posted By: Pageturner- 1/30/2015 1:18:49     Post Reply
Politics: Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch told the Senate Judiciary Committee that illegals have "a right to work" here and put on quite an "I don´t recall" show on various scandals. Should she really be confirmed? In Thursday´s editorial, we expressed hope that the new attorney general nominee would be a different sort of leader from the disgraceful Eric Holder, who politicized his office, shredded the Constitution and now is leaving. But based on Loretta Lynch´s Senate confirmation hearings, our hope is gone. Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions threw a softball to the New York U.S. attorney, asking her who had more right to

State Dept Won’t Call Taliban Murder
of American Contractors ‘Terrorism’

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National Review Online, by Brendan Bordelon    Original Article
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In the latest round of verbal gymnastics over the Taliban, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki refused to categorize the murder of American civilians at Kabul International Airport an act of “terrorism.” The Taliban claimed responsibility for that attack on Friday, which killed three civilian contractors working for the U.S. government and wounded one other. The gunman was reportedly a member of Afghan security forces who turned his weapon on his colleagues before being killed. “He managed yesterday evening to attain his goal and opened fire with his rifle on a group of American occupiers,” Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said. The attacker was

New Honey Maid Commercial
Celebrates Divorce as ‘Wholesome’

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PJ Media, by Paula Bolyard    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 1/31/2015 5:10:17     Post Reply
According to a Honey Maid commercial, divorce is now “wholesome.” “You know, I never thought I’d get divorced,” says a dad, as pictures of a smiling, blended family flit across the screen. “But the way I look at it, there are just more of us to love the kids now,” he says. “This is who we are, as perfect as we’re supposed to be,” a woman adds. The narrator joins in as two men are shown cooing over a baby: “No matter how things change, what makes us wholesome never will. Honey Maid. This is wholesome.” The description below the video of the ad on Honey Maid’s YouTube channel explains,

Jeb Bush has become the GOP
front-runner for 2016 — so now what?

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Washington Post, by Karen Tumulty & Matea Gold    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 2/1/2015 3:40:44     Post Reply
Mitt Romney’s decision to forgo a third try at the White House has settled the question of whether the 2016 GOP presidential field has a front-runner — bestowing a coveted status on former Florida governor Jeb Bush that also raises new challenges and perils. Republicans have a tradition of picking an anointed one early. That establishment candidate almost always ends up with the nomination, although not without a fight and some speed bumps along the way. But this is a particularly unsettled time for the party. It is struggling to define its identity amid open warfare among its various factions. And

   

 

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What Exactly Does
The Race Industry Want
From White America?

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American Thinker, by Patricia L. Dickson    Original Article
Posted By: magnante- 1/30/2015 9:12:10     Post Reply
Nothing frustrates me more than for someone to rant on and on about something while never really specifying the desired outcome that he or she is seeking. Or for someone to imply that I somehow owe them something without specifically telling me what it is. (snip) I actually believe that the race baiters left over from the Civil Rights movement have a nostalgia for the days when there was real racism and discrimination in America. Why else would they continue to act as though the Civil Rights Act was never signed into law? In fact, all Civil Rights leaders should

   

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