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Sunday, December 02, 2012

 









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Why Obama could lose this round as fiscal crisis grows
"Even the liberal media couldn’t swallow the fantasy
launched by Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner."
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Petraeus: Not a hero, but not a failure
Whining, "He conned us," the MSM rush to blame the
geyser of gush on the general's self-promotion.
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Hillary Clinton: Israel has ‘lack of generosity
… lack of empathy’ for Palestinians

Kissing off Jewish money for her presidential
run doesn't seem wise.
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Angry New Yorkers say Obama pledge
to cut red tape ignored by FEMA

These folks can take comfort in knowing their president
will have heat for Christmas...on a Hawaiian beach.
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The Last Voice You Hear
Defeat is bad enough. Unfair defeat is the pits
but its time for Christians to refocus.
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Must Reads for Saturday, December 01, 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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I’m a Ted Cruz fan. At the same time, I find myself increasingly intrigued by Carly Fiorina. She speaks like no one else in the field. Perhaps, in part, because she’s not a politician. (Snip) In just a few short minutes, Fiorina manages to interweave personal stories with core values that include faith in God, limitless human potential, and the greatness of America. Her speeches don’t sound like they have built-in applause lines. She simply speaks. If people clap, that’s fine. She doesn’t appear to expect it or revel in it. She is articulate as she speaks on a wide array of topics

   

 

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For his With All Due Respect show on Bloomberg TV, Mark Halperin sat down with a focus group of Iowa Democratic voters to discuss Hillary Clinton‘s prospects for the 2016 presidential election. While the group fawned over the former First Lady’s personality and politics (one called her a “bad mama jama”), they were stumped when Halperin asked them to name a single accomplishment of Hillary Clinton’s during her tenure as Secretary of State. The responses ranged from “I really can’t name anything off the top of my head” to “Give me two minutes” to “I honestly can’t say I followed

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Chelsea Clinton will publish her first book this fall, joining her parents as a nonfiction author whose name-brand appeal the struggling publishing industry presumably hopes will translate into built-in sales. Her book, “It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired and Get Going,” is aimed at readers ages 10 to 14, said Penguin Random, which plans to publish it in September. In a press release, Ms. Clinton said she intended to use the book to “try to explain what I think are some of the biggest challenges facing our world today, particularly for young people” and to “explore some of the solutions to those challenges.”

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Daily Caller, by Geoffrey Ingersoll    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 5/20/2015 5:13:57     Post Reply
Two smoking guns hit the news streams this week: The U.S. indeed had a gun-running program pipelining Libyan weapons to Syrian rebels through a port in Benghazi; and at least some “intelligence” on action in Libya passed through not one, but at least two of Hillary Clinton’s “homebrew” email addresses. It’s Clinton’s reliance on her civilian email servers for seemingly classified communications (indeed, all Department of State communications), coupled with the real nature of the mission in Benghazi, that lay bare the negligence leading up to the attack that took the lives of four Americans, including Amb. Chris Stevens and two

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Disgraced NBC news anchor Brian Williams, who was brought down when it was revealed he lied about his experience in a war zone, has pulled out of hosting an awards show for military veterans and families. Williams, who has been suspended from the network since February, said he didn´t want to be a ´distraction´ from the inaugural Lincoln Awards, which will air Friday on PBS. Instead, First Lady Michelle Obama has stepped in and agreed to film an introduction for the show, which will honor people and groups that help veteran and military families. The concert was filmed in January

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National Public Radio, by Frank Deford    Original Article
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Is There A Hidden Message
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Investor´s Business Daily, by John Merline    Original Article
Posted By: PageTurner- 5/20/2015 6:35:24     Post Reply
Here´s another question to add to the long and growing list of those that have gone unasked since Hillary Clinton announced her run for the presidency on April 12. What is the significance of that second private email address? When the New York Times reported that Hillary had used a private email account — hdr22@clintonemail.com — for all her official State Department correspondence, her office insisted that she only used that one. But this week, the New York Times posted official emails she sent to former journalist turned Clinton hatchet man Sidney Blumenthal using a second private email account on that same server.

   

 

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