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  1. Karl Rove: Candidates Need Good Super-PACs to Win PresidencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Max

    The well-armed 2016 White House contender will almost certainly have Twitter, technology, and a super-PAC to help guide the presidential campaign, says Karl Rove. Writing for The Wall Street Journal , the former deputy chief of staff to President George W. Bush who helped organize the American Crossroads political action committee says that though each trend will be pervasive, none will be more important to a candidate than the super-PAC.

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  2. Jeb Bush takes a firm line on lraqRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boston.com

    ... family," Bush told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt last month. "I actually . . . am quite comfortable being George Bush's son and George Bush's brother." 'I wouldn't be conflicted by any legacy issues of my family. I actually . . . am quite ...

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  3. Laura Bush helps launch supplemental high school curriculum on freedom at Bush InstituteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dallas Morning News

    Former First Lady Laura Bush speaks to audience members as she announces "Freedom Matters!" during an event Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at at The Bush Institute at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in University Park, Texas. UNIVERSITY PARK- Surrounded by dozens of teachers and school administrators, former First Lady Laura Bush helped the George W. Bush Institute launch a new supplemental curriculum for high school students Wednesday.

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  4. Hillary embracing Obama ahead of likely 2016 campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Times of Israel

    Rather than keeping him at arm's length, Hillary Rodham Clinton is endorsing many of the policies of US President Barack Obama. Clinton had been expected to look for some ways to separate herself from the president to avoid the impression that having her in the White House would amount to a third Obama term.

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  5. Get your traveling act together with Eagle Creek packing organizersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    With heavier enforcement of weight restrictions on airlines, as well as varied security procedures throughout the world, it's become apparent that correct packing is more important than ever. I remember being on one of the very first flights resumed after 9/11, flying out of Houston.

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  6. Another murky mystery surrounding Hillary's private emailRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Times

    The Benghazi Select Committee, chaired by Rep. Trey Gowdy, has formally requested that Hillary Clinton turn over the private server she used to keep under her control all of her communications while secretary of state. That assumes that the server hasn't been reduced to subatomic particles by now.

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  7. Amending the Constitution by wink and nodRead the original story

    Yesterday | Washington Times

    When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Congress earlier this month about the parameters of the secret negotiations between the United States and Iran over nuclear weapons and economic sanctions, how did he know what the negotiators were considering? Israel is not a party to those negotiations, yet the prime minister presented them in detail. When Hillary Clinton learned that a committee of the U.S. House of Representatives had subpoenaed her emails as secretary of state and she promptly destroyed half of them - about 33,000 - how did she know she could get away with it? Destruction of evidence, particularly government records, constitutes the crime of obstruction of justice.

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  8. 'Gimmicky' Move Sliding Defense Funds Into War Budget Slowly Gains AcceptanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Caller

    With sequestration looming, lawmakers are becoming increasingly comfortable sliding larger and larger parts of the defense budget into an emergency war fund, rather than cutting the tremendous levels of waste at the Pentagon as they've been mandated to do under the Budget Control Act of 2011. The war budget, more formally known as the Overseas Contingency Operations , is normally used in emergency situations, like the funding of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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  9. An unenviable legacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    The White House is no place for on-the-job training, and the president's growing pains have been troubling to President Barack Obama entered the Oval Office eager to exert his influence on foreign policy. When he departs in 2017, his legacy will almost certainly be a tale of broken promises and squandered potential.

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  10. 3/25/2015Read the original story

    Yesterday | Digby

    ... City he thought they were trashing America. Sure, the Dixie Chicks were famous for saying that they were ashamed George Bush was from Texas during the run up to the Iraq war, but they're as country as they come. (And I think we can be fairly ...

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  11. Hugh Hewitt: "Any Republicans who vote against higher defense spending should be fired"Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    Radio host, Chapman University Law professor, and Republican-touting author Hugh Hewitt wants to make something perfectly clear : Those GOP representatives who vote against upping Pentagon spending this week are at the top of a list that deserve to face off against an Iraq or Afghan war vet when votes are cast in primaries next spring or summer. Reckless endangerment of American national security via showboating votes against Pentagon funding should earn a GOP representative a quick ticket to enforced retirement.

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  12. 'I don't have a Facebook page!': John Howard shocked by digital impersonatorRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Former US president George W Bush once called John Howard a "man of steel" over his steadfast support for the American-led invasion of Iraq. But it was the relatively trivial matter of a fake Facebook page that wrong-footed the usually unflappable former prime minister on Thursday.

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  13. Obama can't skimp on TomahawksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Politico

    While the old adage, "If it's not broke, don't fix it," is aptly applied to many of life's problems, when it comes to modern weapons systems, sometimes it just doesn't adequately capture the context of what is needed to safeguard our national security. A case in point today is the funding level for the Tomahawk weapons system.

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  14. East Point workshop Saturday combines dreams, time managementRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Sandy Springs Neighbor

    Life coach and performer Christine Horn will host an interactive, free workshop at the East Point branch of the Atlanta Fulton Public Library System, 2757 Main St., on Saturday from 2 to 3 p.m., titled How to Make Time for Your Dreams While Running Your Household and Working Your Day Job. Horn is an award-winning actress who has performed in feature films, on prime-time television and on Broadway.

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  15. After a Twelve Year Mistake in Iraq, We Must Just March HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | Safehaven

    Twelve years ago last week, the US launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late General William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in US history." Before the attack I was accused of exaggerating the potential costs of the war when I warned that it could end up costing as much as $100 billion.

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  16. Sen. Tom Cotton, tragic heroRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Right Wing News

    The snarky quip attributed to 19th-century French Foreign Minister Charles Maurice de Talleyrand - "It was worse than a crime; it was a blunder" - has recently been making the rounds to deride a letter written by Sen. Tom Cotton and signed by 46 other senators. They wrote to the Iranian theocracy that any agreement on nuclear proliferation negotiated with President Obama will not constitutionally bind the next administration - unless it is properly ratified by Congress.

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  17. Lawsuit over who spun the bug in Mayor Street's officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Philly.com

    "Republicans did it," went the claim from Mayor John F. Street's 2003 reelection campaign, suggesting that an FBI listening device discovered in his City Hall office was a GOP political dirty trick. Frank Keel, a political consultant who calls developing that strategy for Street the "defining moment" of his career, sued David Axelrod Tuesday for taking the credit in his new memoir, "Believer, My 40 Years in Politics."

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  18. Meddling in Israela s election is bad policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Paradise Post

    Once again the Obama Administration appears to have over-reached Constitutional authority. Without Congressional consent not only was $350,000 of U.S. tax money diverted to an “international grassroots movement” named One Voice International through our State Department, but members of Obama's own election staff went to Israel in an attempt to intrude into the legal process of a sovereign nation's election.

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  19. Pa. boys tennis preview: Parkland takes decade-long conference winning streak into EPCRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NJ.com

    Parkland boys tennis team is in its first season in the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference and the Trojans hope they can dominate this conference like they did their last one. The last time Parkland suffered a conference loss was in George W. Bush's first term as president and was 10 months before the Philadelphia Eagles played the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX.

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  20. Jeb Bush fundraising is a family affairRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WAPI-AM Birmingham

    Both former Bush presidents will reportedly attend fundraising events for the expected presidential hopeful in Jeb Bush's home state. According to The Dallas Morning News, George W. Bush and his wife Laura will both attend a Wednesday evening reception at the home of wealthy Dallas Banker Gerald Ford.

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