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Sunday, March 03, 2013

 









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Who're you going to Trust: The Stock Market
or the Media Innumerates?

You can tell a man's hand by the curl of his lip.
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The White House Joins the Cash Grab
Even the Obama slobbering New York Times
finds this "disturbing."
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Beat the Press
Battered "Wife" Syndrome? Obama White House press
handlers have been bullies from the beginning.
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Must Reads for Saturday, March 02, 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]




Sequester? Sequester? What does that mean?
Does that include cats, too.



      


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WATCH: Cam Newton abruptly leaves
Super Bowl 50 postgame interview

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CBS Sports, by Will Brinson    Original Article
Posted By: GO3- 2/8/2016 7:43:08 AM     Post Reply
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- A sullen Cam Newton was not remotely interested in speaking with the media after the Panthers lost Super Bowl 50 and abruptly left the podium in the middle of his media session.Newton spent two-and-a-half minutes answering questions and basically pouting before standing up and leaving.In fairness to Cam, you could hear the Broncos celebrating loudly over a thin barrier. But he's not doing himself any favors with the way he handled an admittedly difficult time.
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Bush: ´I will not blame Barack
Obama for a single thing’

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The Hill (Washington DC), by Mark Hensch    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 2/8/2016 5:03:18 PM     Post Reply
Jeb Bush vowed Monday that he will not scapegoat President Obama for any challenges he faces should he be elected president. “My pledge to you: When I’m president I will not blame Barack Obama for a single thing,” he told listeners at the Nashua Country Club in Nashua, N.H. "The day that I’m sworn into office, I’m on watch — whatever it is." “I am really tired of politicians that blame their predecessors,” the Republican White House hopeful added. "I have a personal kind of feeling about it having watched it for a while. “I hope you want a president

Donald Trump’s foul mouth
is just a cover for his ignorance

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Washington Post, by Michael Gerson    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 2/9/2016 4:46:30 AM     Post Reply
When the Watergate tapes were released, some Americans were dismayed at the many “expletives deleted” that Richard Nixon employed in private conversation. But as historian Stephen Ambrose pointed out, Nixon had insisted that even the milder words “hell” and “damn” be deleted from the transcriptions, creating the false impression that his language was saltier than it actually was. “If my mother ever heard me use words like that,” Nixon explained, “she would turn over in her grave.” No inner check constrained Donald Trump from using the F-word during a presidential campaign rally in Portsmouth, N.H. “We’re gonna have businesses that used

I Miss Barack Obama
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New York Times, by David Brooks    Original Article
Posted By: cheeflo- 2/9/2016 3:35:30 PM     Post Reply
As this primary season has gone along, a strange sensation has come over me: I miss Barack Obama (snip) Many of the traits of character and leadership that Obama possesses, and that maybe we have taken too much for granted, have suddenly gone missing or are in short supply. The first and most important of these is basic integrity. The Obama administration has been remarkably scandal-free. Think of the way Iran-contra or the Lewinsky scandals swallowed years from Reagan and Clinton.

Maraniss: Bill Clinton ´Frail,´
´No Gleam,´ ´No Electricity´

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Weekly Standard, by Daniel Halper    Original Article
Posted By: MissMolly- 2/9/2016 4:23:07 AM     Post Reply
Longtime Bill Clinton observer David Maraniss saw the former president campaigning in New Hampshire and shared his thoughts on Twitter. 2) It was odd, when BC was introduced and stood on stage w/ Chelsea, he showed nothing on his face, mouth agape, eyes seemingly blank..— david maraniss (@davidmaraniss) February 9, 2016 1) For what it´s worth, seeing Bill Clinton for the 1st time in quite a while at campaign rally in Manchester NH...— david maraniss (@davidmaraniss) February 9, 2016 Clinton is "frail," the biographer noted: "no affect at all, just frail, like he had to conserve every ounce of energy.

Only a Barbaric Nation Drafts Its
Mothers and Daughters into Combat

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National Review, by The Editors    Original Article
Posted By: Judy W.- 2/9/2016 8:22:46 AM     Post Reply
The most disappointing moment of Saturday night’s debate came when Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, and Marco Rubio each embraced the idea that women should register with the selective service, making it possible for America to draft women into ground combat. The argument for registration is based on the new Pentagon policy opening up all combat jobs to women. Women have served in non-combat roles for decades without any serious push for selective-service registration ensuing. In fact, the Supreme Court, in Rostker v. Goldberg (1981), has used the fact that men and women have different roles as justification for rejecting constitutional

   

 

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Why did the NFL allow Beyonce to celebrate
the murderous Black Panthers in her
halftime performance?

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American Thinker, by Thomas Lifson    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 2/8/2016 11:24:25 AM     Post Reply
The NFL normally adopts the posture of patriotism and wholesomeness. And I have to admit that performance of the National Anthem by Lady Gaga was quite nice, despite my fears that the performer known for her meat dress would make a travesty of it. So why did the League feature a performance by Obama-pal Beyonce Knowlees that unmistakably celebrated the Black Panthers, whose murderous reign of terror began in the Bay Area that hosted the Super Bowl? (Photo) Don’t take it from me, take it from the lefty UK Guardian: With references to the Black Lives Matter movement, Malcolm X

Jane Fonda: Donald Trump pushing
young Muslims ‘closer to the terrorists’

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Washington Times, by Jessica Chasmer    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 2/8/2016 7:31:27 PM     Post Reply
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is driving young Muslims “closer to the terrorists,” said actress and feminist icon Jane Fonda. Ms. Fonda, 78, appeared Sunday night at the Women’s Equality and ERA Coalition’s “Night of Comedy” in Manhattan, accusing Mr. Trump of “fanning the flames of people’s anxieties and racism,” the New York Daily News reported. “It’s terrible and it’s dangerous,” Ms. Fonda said. “Even if he doesn’t make it, which I don’t think he will, the fact that he’s said the things he’s said about Muslims for example, the damage has been done. All those young Muslims now can

Fox News slams Beyoncé´s ´outrageous’
Super Bowl performance

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USA Today, by Luke Kerr-Dineen    Original Article
Posted By: earlybird- 2/9/2016 10:36:24 AM     Post Reply
Fox News wasn’t too happy with Beyoncé for her Super Bowl performance. The 20-time Grammy winner appeared on the field during halftime and performed her new song “Formation” — which has become a “rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement,” according to the network — and was joined by backup dancers wearing Black Panthers-style outfits.It started with host Brian Kilmeade: “But at the end, we find out Beyoncé dressed up in a tribute to the Black Panthers, went to a Malcolm X formation. And the song, the lyrics, which I couldn’t make out a syllable, were basically telling cops to stop

´Sore loser´ Cam Newton comes under fire
for STORMING OUT of press conference
after losing the Super Bowl and throwing
tantrums during the game

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Daily Mail (UK), by Chris Pleasance    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 2/8/2016 12:07:55 PM     Post Reply
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has stormed out of a press conference following Sunday´s unexpected loss to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50. Grilled over how disappointing it was to walk away second place having been widely tipped as favorites, Newton managed a single complete answer before resorting to one-word responses. Pushed on how the team was taking the defeat, the 26-year-old sat stony-faced for a few moments before silently getting up and walking out of the press conference. Scroll down for videos (Photos/Video) His sulky display followed a series of on-field tantrums after it became clear the Panthers

Mexico won´t pay a cent
for Trump´s ´stupid wall´

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CNBC, by Holly Ellyat and Hadley Gamble    Original Article
Posted By: PageTurner- 2/8/2016 1:16:18 PM     Post Reply
Donald Trump may want to build a wall across the U.S. southern border to keep Mexican migrants out but don´t expect Mexico to pay for it, former President Felipe Calderon told CNBC, calling the billionaire a "not very well-informed man." The GOP presidential hopeful insisted in October that if elected, he would build a wall aloing the Mexican border and get Mexico to pay for it. But Calderon, Mexico´s president from 2006 to 2012, told CNBC on Saturday that there was no way that Mexico would pay for it. "Mexican people, we are not going to pay any single cent

   

 

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Pressure mounting on Lynch for
special counsel on Hillary e-mails?

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Hot Air, by Ed Morrisey    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 2/8/2016 1:34:17 PM     Post Reply
Will she or won’t she? That’s the question Loretta Lynch faces on the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized homebrew e-mail server, on two levels. If the FBI brings her a recommendation for indictments, will she pursue the case? Or, will Lynch opt for a special counsel if that decision comes with too much political freight? The Hill recaps the status quo, but also offers some interesting background for both scenarios. On one hand, Lynch and Hillary don’t have any personal ties, even though she owes her appointment as US Attorney to Hillary’s husband: Lynch and Clinton never had much of

   

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