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Sunday, January 06, 2013


Welfare recipients take out cash at
strip clubs, liquor stores and X-rated shops

On the dole and watching the pole.
Welcome to ObamaWorld.
White House weighs broad gun-control
agenda in wake of Newtown shootings

Hitting a national nerve:
"Look at the shiny gun in the corner."
If Obama Picks Hagel
Petty Pick: Was it something Netanyahu said?
That’s hypocritic-Al
Expecting More From Gore: If truth were told,
are people really surprised?
General Details Pentagon Tensions
With Obama on Afghanistan

Like a good soldier, the General doesn't
slam the president...too much.
Boehner, American Hero
Discuss without shouting.
Must Reads for Saturday, January 05, 2013
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]


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Report: Megyn Kelly Seeks over
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Breitbart Big Journalism, by Staff    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 10/26/2016 10:47:02 PM     Post Reply
Megyn Kelly is shooting to earn over $20 million every year from Fox News, according to a report on her contract negotiations from the Wall Street Journal (both FNC and WSJ are owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp). From the Wall Street Journal: Fox News star Megyn Kelly has changed agents and publicity teams since last year. Now the question is if she will change TV networks. Host of “The Kelly File,” one of the cable-news channel’s most popular shows, Ms. Kelly is in active talks over her contract, which expires next July. Her profile has been rising during the




Is John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’
the worst song of all time?

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New York Post, by Hardeep Phull    Original Article
Posted By: PageTurner- 10/28/2016 8:42:43 AM     Post Reply
Played at weddings, funerals, Olympic ceremonies and even the annual New Year’s Eve celebrations in Times Square, John Lennon’s song “Imagine” has been the all-purpose anthem of sentimentality for 45 years. But if you’re one of those people who secretly hates it, don’t worry — you’re not the only one. Last weekend, British music fan Edward Carter and some friends were casually discussing songs they hated when he decided to extend the conversation to social media. “Dear Twitter,” he posted. “What is the song you most detest and despise? Thank you.” Within 48 hours, the bemused Brit, who had only around 1,000 Twitter

Alaska lawyer says Justice Clarence Thomas
groped her at a party in 1999, according to report

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Washington Post, by Robert Barnes and Sari Horwitz    Original Article
Posted By: NorthernDog- 10/27/2016 6:00:51 PM     Post Reply
An Alaska lawyer said Justice Clarence Thomas groped her at a dinner party in 1999, a claim that Thomas said is “preposterous,” the National Law Journal reported Thursday. The publication said Moira Smith posted on Facebook about the alleged incident Oct. 7, the night of the disclosure of Republican presidential nominee’ Donald Trump’s taped boasts about grabbing women. The NLJ report said Smith, at the time a 23-year-old Truman Foundation scholar, said that the incident occurred at the Falls Church, Va., home of her boss. She said Thomas grabbed and squeezed her buttocks several times. “He groped me while I

CNN: Clinton Campaign Had No
WiFi on Plane, Was ‘Stunned’
by News of FBI Investigation

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Washington Free Beacon, by David Rutz    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 10/28/2016 2:43:40 PM     Post Reply
CNN reporter Phil Mattingly said the Hillary Clinton campaign was “stunned” Friday by the news that the FBI was re-opening the investigation into the Democratic candidate’s private email server, adding the campaign plane did not have WiFi and thus the team had no idea about the news until it landed in Iowa. “It’s kind of an incredible thing,” Mattingly said. “The plane did not have WiFi during the entire flight, so you had senior advisers, as well as Hillary Clinton, on the plane, and as the plane landed they were finding out about this.” One Clinton adviser actually told Mattingly

Mitt Romney: ´Gosh, I kick myself´
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CNBC, by Everett Rosenfeld    Original Article
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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney offered a full-throated defense of conservative economic principles Wednesday, saying that he faults himself for not adequately conveying those ideas during his failed presidential campaign four years ago. Romney, the Republican nominee in 2012, spoke in Washington D.C. at a U.S. Chamber of Commerce event, laying out the key challenges he sees facing the U.S. government, and bemoaning what he characterized as inaction at the federal level. But the most revealing portion of Romney´s address was his discussion of conservative messaging around income inequality — a topic that has been a driving force in presidential politics

Clinton email investigation

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Washington Times, by Stephen Dinan    Original Article
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The FBI has reopened its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s secret emails, Director James Comey told Congress in a new letter Friday, heightening the stakes for the Democratic presidential nominee with less than two weeks before Election Day. Mr. Comey said his agents learned of new emails “pertinent” to their probe while working on an unrelated case. He said his agents need to review those messages to see whether they contain classified information and whether they affect his previous decision. In July, Mr. Comey announced that while he determined Mrs. Clinton did mishandle classified information, she was too inept to know the risks




AP-GfK Poll: Clinton appears
on cusp of commanding victory

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Associated Press, by Julie Pace and Emily Swanson    Original Article
Posted By: NorthernDog- 10/26/2016 7:44:15 PM     Post Reply
NEW YORK — Hillary Clinton appears on the cusp of a potentially commanding victory over Donald Trump, fueled by solid Democratic turnout in early voting, massive operational advantages and increasing enthusiasm among her supporters. A new Associated Press-GfK poll released Wednesday finds the Democratic nominee has grabbed significant advantages over her Republican rival with just 12 days left before Election Day. Among them: consolidating the support of her party and even winning some Republicans. "I´m going to pick Hillary at the top and pick Republican straight down the line," said poll respondent William Goldstein, a 71-year-old from Long Island, New

Trump’s final humiliation of the GOP
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New York Post, by John Podhoretz    Original Article
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When the news hit on Tuesday that the Trump campaign has washed its hands of fund-raising efforts two weeks before the election, the humiliation of the traditional Republican Party at the hands of Donald Trump was all but complete. His refusal to help fill party coffers just as the last push for voters commences — which is an expensive process and requires cash on hand — is the perfect capper to 16 months in which Trump has gleefully terrorized weak-kneed Republican officials, forced them to comply with his wishes and then screwed them. And it’s probably not the capper, not really; with

FBI reopens Clinton probe after new
emails found in Anthony Weiner case

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Fox News, by Ed Henry & Jake Gibson    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 10/28/2016 4:03:23 PM     Post Reply
The FBI has reopened its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server while secretary of state after discovering new emails – apparently during the probe of former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s sexting – in a stunning turn of events just days before the presidential election. (Snip) An FBI source, though, confirmed to Fox News that the new emails were discovered after the bureau seized devices belonging to disgraced Rep. Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin, a top Clinton aide who recently announced she was separating from the former congressman. The New York Times first reported on the Weiner investigation

´We have plenty of people who´d give
their right arm for her spot´: Rupert
Murdoch slaps down Megyn Kelly as
she demands $20m Fox News salary

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Daily Mail [UK], by Hannah Parry & Chris Spargo    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 10/27/2016 12:51:40 PM     Post Reply
Rupert Murdoch is making Fox News´ salary negotiations with Megyn Kelly very public by granting an interview to one of the newspapers his company News Corp. owns, The Wall Street Journal. In the interview, Murdoch said that keeping Kelly is a priority, but that he has other hosts who could take over the program should she try and go to a rival network. ´[W]e have a deep bench of talent, many of whom would give their right arm for that spot,´ said Murdoch. Kelly, who is said to be making $15million this year, is reportedly looking to make more than

Megyn Kelly: The Last Straw
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American Thinker, by Dov Fischer    Original Article
Posted By: magnante- 10/27/2016 9:24:47 AM     Post Reply
The Megyn Kelly eight-minute interview with Newt Gingrich was riveting. For me, it also was the last straw. Let the drive-by media attack Gingrich, but I thought it was his finest hour since he handled John King four years ago at that GOP primary debate, when King of CNN started attacking Newt by quoting Newt´s bitterly vindictive ex-wife. Our household has become quite sick of Kelly, much as I had gotten tired of Greta Van Susteren. Don´t miss Greta a bit. I know that Fox News is not only "fair," but "balanced," and I comprehend that they ultimately have more influence by




Kerry: Obama one of America´s
´significant´ presidents

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Washington Examiner, by Pete Kasperowicz    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 10/27/2016 1:18:45 PM     Post Reply
Secretary of State John Kerry predicted Wednesday night that President Obama would be seen as one of the most "significant" presidents in the history of America. "President Obama is going to go down in history as one of America´s significant and most accomplished chief executives," Kerry said in a speech at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. "And, lucky guy, he´s only in his 50s, he´s got a lot more to contribute to the country," Kerry said. "So we´re all lucky." Kerry also said that as a Boston native, he´s jealous that the Chicago Cubs now have Theo Epstein as


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