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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

 









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An Eye on Fraud
Authority at Menendez/Melgen raid: "the presence of
crow bars and drills would seem to indicate that
materials being sought were locked up."
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Sequester Hysterics
Today may be the day O sets his hair on fire.
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Obama’s obedient lap dog
Traveling press clearly furious because they couldn't
ask, "What's Reggie Love doing here?" and "Why
are you playing golf with a certified horndog?" Right?
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Liberal Bias Central to Obama's Media Edge
"Those being played are willing accomplices."
This will be true until someday it won't be.
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The Real State of the Union
The ways of emotional blackmail are legion and endless.
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Axelrod, Benghazi & NBC
Now that MSNBC has Axelrod on the payroll he'll
have time to answer some questions.
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Must Reads for Tuesday, February 19, 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]




The very real possibility that Lady Beast's mother may have
embarrassed the family by smuggling a cat into the country
calls for the intervention of Rudolph Sparks, an ex-pat
village shop keeper who once accused of selling poorly
registered tartan fabric. The family feels that as an
American with a slightly tainted reputation he would be someone
Ms. La Vine could confide in.
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