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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

 









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Obama Offers Fiscal Plan Close
To G.O.P.’s, but Hurdles Remain

Washington is boring itself to death.
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Invincible Ignorance
The hate-the-shooting, love-the-shooter
crowd is at it again.
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State Department-sponsored review of
Libya attack finished, in Clinton´s hands

Paw the ground once for "no" - twice for "yes."
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Portrait of Adam Lanza and his family begins to emerge
A creature who could feel no pain causes so much.
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Obama Call For Change Exploits School Massacre
Death toll of children from Fast and Furious not in yet.
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Must Reads for Monday, December 17, 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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Chris Christie to suspend
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Washington Times, by Seth McLaughlin & David Sherfinski    Original Article
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