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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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CNN´s Don Lemon: Obamas Are
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NewsBusters, by Scott Whitlock    Original Article
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Jeb Bush: I Can ‘Persuade’
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Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush believes he can “persuade” conservatives to support comprehensive amnesty legislation during a potential 2016 presidential campaign. In the second part of his interview with a local Florida television station this week, Bush was asked about the “immigration issue” and whether he could “get through the primary” with his pro-amnesty positions. Bush replied to NBC 6 in Florida that “a candidate gets to persuade.” “I think there’s a compelling case that, if we want to be young and dynamic again, we have to make legal immigration easier than illegal immigration, that we control our borders, enforce

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The White House vowed a “proportional” response Thursday to North Korea’s suspected hacking of Sony Pictures, as lawmakers pledged to beef up the nation’s cybersecurity defenses and blamed the Obama administration for failing to get tough with state-sponsored hackers. Administration officials said President Obama’s national security team is considering a range of options to retaliate against those responsible for the cyberattack on the movie studio, which canceled the release of the $42 million film “The Interview” under threat of Sept. 11-style violence at theaters. But White House aides said the public might never know the extent of the U.S. response,

´You are a white lady telling
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loses it with Rosie O´Donnell
on The View in heated debate about
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Daily Mail (UK), by Mail Online Reporter and Topper Toussain    Original Article
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Lawyer bewildered as to why
he was beaten unconscious but
not robbed of Rolex, cash

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Times-Picayune [New Orleans, LA], by Naomi Martin    Original Article
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Bill Callaham, a California lawyer, never had a chance to hand over his Rolex, cell phone or hundreds of dollars in cash. The men who attacked him from behind in the Central Business District never made any demands. They beat him unconscious, breaking his nose and his jaw. And afterward, he said, they took nothing. "If somebody had confronted me and asked for money, I would´ve happily given them my money," Callaham said Friday, a week after the assault. "I don´t know if it was random, I mean, I have no idea. I just think it´s a sad state of society

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Daily Mail [UK], by Snejana Farberov    Original Article
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Obama: Black America ‘Better Off Now
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IRS chief warns of refund delays
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Posted By: SpeedMaster- 12/20/2014 10:24:09     Post Reply
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Sharpton to have say over
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New York Post, by Reuven Fenton, Lia Eustachewich*    Original Article
Posted By: mitzi- 12/19/2014 5:18:08     Post Reply
Coming to a theater near you: Al Sharpton. Hollywood ?came to the Rev. Al Thursday as embattled Sony exec Amy Pascal met privately with the black leader for 90 minutes in a bid to fix the fallout from the cyberhacking leak of embarrassing, racially charged emails. Pascal agreed to let Sharpton have a say in how Sony makes motion pictures, in an effort to combat what he called “inflexible and immovable racial exclusion in Hollywood.” “We have agreed to having a working group deal with the racial bias and lack of diversity in Hollywood,” said Sharpton. He said Sony would

   

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