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Monday, January 21, 2013

 









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Cheers to Blue Monday, ´the most depressing day of the year´
It's not just you.
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Algeria hostage crisis: Most weapons
used in attack came from Libya

Perhaps Hillary can answer a few questions
on this later this week.
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Two-thirds of U.S. weapons owners would
'defy' a federal gun ban

Followed rapidly by marching in the street...with guns.
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What They´re Finding Inside the Algerian Gas Facility
More bodies as this huge story develops.
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DC lowers turnout projections for inauguration
Not even LoFo voter loyalists can gin up
real excitement. (Unless a camera is on them)
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The Collectivist Mind Game, Part 1:
Demonizing the Non-Compliant

The first in an important three part series
especially planned for Inauguration Week.
  •  
Must Reads for Sunday, January 20, 2013
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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Sean Hannity is forced to deny
he sexually harassed a former
Fox News contributor who claims
the prime time host made
´advances´ at her and invited
her back to his hotel

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Daily Mail (UK), by Wills Robinson    Original Article
Posted By: Nwpa- 4/23/2017 10:58:03 PM     Post Reply
Fox News host Sean Hannity has been forced to deny he sexually harassed a former contributor. Debbie Schlussel said the prime time anchor invited her back to his hotel in Detroit after a debate. After she turned down his advances, she claims she wasn´t invited back on his show. In an interview with Tulsa, Oklahoma-based radio host Pat Campbell, she said: ´This kind of stuff is all over the place at Fox News and anything that has to do with Sean Hannity.´ Her comments came just two days after Bill O´Reilly was fired from Fox News over similar allegations. Hannity

   

 

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African Americans get less sleep than whites,
an inequality stretching back to slavery

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Los Angeles Times, by Benjamin Reiss    Original Article
Posted By: NorthernDog- 4/23/2017 6:36:51 PM     Post Reply
When we study racial inequality, we tend to consider factors that affect people while they are awake. Differential access to safe neighborhoods with good schools, decent jobs and unbalanced treatment by police and the courts surely have much to do with the stubborn disparities in wealth and well-being among blacks and whites, in particular. Yet it may be just as important to consider what happens when we’re asleep. Race shapes our sleep, a relationship that has surprising roots deep in our national past. African Americans suffer from a “sleep gap”: Fewer black people are able to sleep for the recommended

What it´s like to eat dinner at
the same restaurant as the Obamas

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Business Insider, by Emily Cohn    Original Article
Posted By: NorthernDog- 4/22/2017 1:17:22 PM     Post Reply
The Obamas have been taking a much-deserved break from politics since moving out of the White House. But next week, it´s back to reality. President Barack Obama will be in Chicago on Monday to discuss community organization and civic engagement. As we all know, the Obamas have impeccable taste in food, so it wouldn´t be surprising to see the former president surveying the Chicago dining scene when he returns stateside. Will he visit the renowned Alinea? Or return to an old Obama favorite, Spiaggia? Last September, my husband and I had a chance run-in with Barack and Michelle, who were in New York City for their last visit as

´The handwriting is on the
wall´ for Trump´s presidency

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CNBC, by Ron Insana    Original Article
Posted By: PageTurner- 4/23/2017 7:23:59 AM     Post Reply
A review of Donald Trump´s business career would lead one to say that he has always over-promised and under-delivered. Whether his long list of bankruptcies in the ever-profitable casino business, the failures of his "university,´ steak, vodka or clothing lines, there has been a history of putting himself first, while ignoring the needs of his constituents. We may be seeing that play out in his approach to government, as well. As in business, Trump has a constituency of one … himself … just ask his stock and bond investors, his suppliers, contractors, laborers, or even his customers. Unlike Trump, they rarely,

American Airlines Suspends Flight Attendant
After Altercation Over Stroller

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New York Times, by Eli Rosenberg    Original Article
Posted By: trashcann- 4/22/2017 9:21:48 PM     Post Reply
American Airlines suspended a flight attendant after an altercation on Friday in which the attendant took a stroller from a woman traveling with two young children and then argued with other passengers. The episode was captured, in part, on video. The encounter, at San Francisco International Airport, occurred while the woman was boarding a Texas-bound flight. The attendant, whose name was not released by the airline, grabbed the stroller from the woman, who was carrying 15-month-old twins, a passenger who was nearby said.

Comey Tried to Shield the F.B.I. From Politics.
Then He Shaped an Election.

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New York Times, by Matt Apuzzo*    Original Article
Posted By: FlyRight- 4/23/2017 8:13:50 AM     Post Reply
WASHINGTON — The day before he upended the 2016 election, James B. Comey, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, summoned agents and lawyers to his conference room. They had been debating all day, and it was time for a decision. Mr. Comey’s plan was to tell Congress that the F.B.I. had received new evidence and was reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton, the presidential front-runner. The move would violate the policies of an agency that does not reveal its investigations or do anything that may influence an election. But Mr. Comey had declared the case closed, and he believed

   

 

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Now CNN host Alisyn Camerota claims she was
sexually harassed by Roger Ailes and was told
to meet him at a hotel if she wanted
to ´further her career´

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Daily Mail (UK), by Chris Spargo    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 4/23/2017 6:40:37 PM     Post Reply
Fox News may have sent former CEO Roger Ailes packing in July of last year, but that has not slowed down the female employees at the network who have come forward alleging that they were sexually harassed by the disgraced executive. Another woman´s name was added to that list on Sunday, when CNN host Alisyn Camerota decided to break her silence and speak out, claiming that she too was one of Ailes´ victims. ´Yes, Roger Ailes did sexually harass me,´ Camerota announced during an appearance in ´Reliable Sources.´ Camerota, 50, worked at Fox News for 16 years before moving over

Sean Hannity Accused of Sexually
Harassing Fox News Contributor

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Daily Beast, by Kelly Weill    Original Article
Posted By: Toledo- 4/24/2017 9:31:29 AM     Post Reply
Sean Hannity is the latest Fox News personality facing allegations of sexual harassment. During a Friday interview with Tulsa, Oklahoma-based radio host Pat Campbell, former Fox News contributor Debbie Schlussel accused Hannity of inviting her to his hotel room before and after a debate with a pro-Palestinian guest in Detroit. Schlussel said she rejected Hannity’s alleged advances and that she was never invited on his show again. Schlussel and Hannity were scheduled to speak together at the Detroit show, Schlussel said. But before the show, Hannity allegedly invited her to an event at a nearby bookstore. “He had some event at a bookstore

‘Icon’ Colin Kaepernick Named to ‘Time’
100 Most Influential People List

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Breitbart Sports, by Robert J. Marlow    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 4/23/2017 6:18:26 AM     Post Reply
This week’s edition of Time Magazine named former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to its list of the 100 Most Influential People. The list breaks down the chosen 100 into five categories: Pioneers, Artists, Leaders, Titans, and Icons. Kaepernick appears in the Icons group. In the Time Magazine profile, former SF 49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh praised the controversial quarterback’s protest last year of the Star Spangled Banner, “when he boldly and courageously confronted perceived inequalities in our social-justice system by refusing to stand for the national anthem.” Harbaugh made no mention of Kaepernick’s penchant for wearing socks denigrating law

Former Obama adviser Ben Rhodes: A win for
Marine Le Pen in France would be ´devastating´

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Washington Examiner, by Daniel Chaitin    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 4/23/2017 6:23:50 AM     Post Reply
Former President Barack Obama may not be making an endorsement in France´s upcoming presidential election, but his former deputy national security adviser is warning that a win for right-wing leader Marine Le Pen would be "devastating." "A Le Pen victory would be devastating to any mainstream definition of US interests and values since WWII," Ben Rhodes said in a tweet Saturday. (Tweet) Rhodes´ warning is quite a bit more drastic than the measured statement former President Barack Obama´s spokesman put out last week about his conversation with another French candidate, Emmanuel Macron. While Obama did not endorse Macron, spokesman Kevin

Crazy or just stupid? Maxine Waters´s
claim that she didn’t call for
Trump’s impeachment is too much even for MSNBC

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American Thinker, by Thomas Lifson    Original Article
Posted By: RockyTCB- 4/22/2017 1:09:39 PM     Post Reply
What could possibly motivate Maxine Waters to claim twice that she never called for Donald Trump´s impeachment when the video evidence is so compelling? It is one thing for conservative websites to call her out, but even MSNBC, the broadcast leader in Trump-hatred, is taking notice of the absolute falsity of her claim. Yesterday, in an on-air discussion among Hallie Jackson, Craig Melvin, and Mark Murray, the California congresswoman was explicitly called out for her denial of reality: JACKSON: "... pretty strong words from somebody else on the other side of the aisle. Maxine Waters, right? The congresswoman [indecipherable] during that interview

   

 

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Warren builds her brand
with 2020 down the road

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The Hill [Washington, DC], by Alexander Bolton    Original Article
Posted By: NorthernDog- 4/23/2017 9:13:42 AM     Post Reply
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) says she´s not running for president. Her office says she´s focused on her Senate reelection bid. But she has the public schedule of a future presidential candidate. Warren will speak Sunday to the NAACP in Detroit, and next month will deliver the keynote address to an annual gala held by Emily´s List, which aims to elect pro-abortion rights female candidates. Both groups represent important Democratic constituencies, and the NAACP speech will bring Warren to Michigan, a key swing state President Trump wrested from Democrats last year. Warren, who is running for re-election in 2018, raised $5.2 million in

   

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