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Leno: ‘Very Dangerous to White House If Journalists Suddenly Start Asking Real Questions’

Jay Leno continued pressuring Barack Obama Thursday night. During his opening monologue on NBC’s Tonight Show, the host said, “This is very dangerous to the White House if journalists should suddenly start asking real questions” (video follows with transcribed highlights and commentary): “This week, CBS News became the first news …

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Don’t be a Petraeus: A Tutorial on Anonymous Email Accounts

Tomorrow, as the Senate Judiciary Committee considers reforming the decades-old federal email privacy law, the personal Inboxes and love lives of senior military and intelligence figures may be on that august body’s mind. When the FBI poured through the personal lives of CIA Director David Petraeus, Paula Broadwell, Jill Kelly …

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US government files lawsuit accusing contractors of inflating troop trailer prices in Iraq

By Associated Press 11:20 a.m. CST, November 20, 2012 CHICAGO (AP) — The U.S. government has filed a civil lawsuit that accuses a Houston-based global construction company and its Kuwaiti subcontractor of allegedly submitting inflated claims to install trailers for Iraq War troops. The complaint filed this week says KBR …

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Judge Grants Reprieve To Student Expelled For Refusing To Wear Tracking Device Badge

By Craig Bannister Andrea Hernandez won’t have to leave her high school for refusing to wear a badge designed to track her every move there – yet – her attorneys announced today. A district court judge for Bexar County, Texas, has granted a temporary restraining order to prevent Northside Independent …

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Petitioners escorted out of city hall by police during water meeting

November 15, 2012 at 10:00 am By Sara Graper During the Nov. 6 Flagstaff City Council meeting, two residents were escorted out by police after the council denied putting their petition against reclaimed water usage on a future agenda. After more than two hours of grant considerations, the council came …

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Support for Kill List and NDAA make Obama and Romney unfit for office

TAMPA, November 2, 2012 – It wasn’t so long ago that the following statement could only appear in a dystopian novel or movie script: The U.S. President has killed an American citizen without due process, without even charging him with a crime. His decision to do this has been challenged …

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Lawsuit Funding

Lawsuit Funding: We Buy Annuity Payments & Settlements 4 Cash http://www.sellingyourstructuredsettlement.com/annuity Facilitating the Sale & Transfer of Structured Settlement Payment Rights “Selling Your Structured Settlement Missouri” more commonly referred to as ‘SYSS’ recently made several additions to their web site that included. 1. A forum. 2. A social network. 3. …

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Stop Over-Spending on Tobacco

TrueTobacco.com has a wide selection of cigars for all budgets and tastes. Whether you are a cigar aficionado looking for rare, super high quality premium cigar lines, or a casual smoker whom prefers low cost machine made cigars, they have you covered. You can save thousands of dollars by purchasing …

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American prison labor means longer unemployment lines

By FOX News Two southeast companies that make U.S. military uniforms are shedding hundreds of jobs, as the government looks to federal inmates for the fatigues. American Power Source makes military clothing in Fayette, Ala., but its government contract expires in October. Federal Prison Industries – which also operates under …

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Riot Fest vs. A.V. Fest Hideout Block Party: Battle Of The Chicago Music Festivals

It’s usually good news for music-loving Chicagoans when the city gets to play host to just one high-caliber music festival — and with those prospects doubled this weekend, music fans in the area have been tasked with a tricky choice. In this corner, Chicago’s Riot Fest. The punk-geared festival, in …

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7 Foods You Should Never Eat, Seriously

ere is article which shows why a toxicologist won’t eat microwavable popcorn or why a farmer will not eat non organic potatoes or why a fishery expert stays away from farmed salmon. Read on to learn why, as well as other foods you should stay away from. ~Health Freedoms Food …

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We Don’t Need No Stinking Warrant: The Disturbing, Unchecked Rise of the Administrative Subpoena

By David Kravets 08.28.12 6:00 AM When Golden Valley Electric Association of rural Alaska got an administrative subpoena from the Drug Enforcement Administration in December 2010 seeking electricity bill information on three customers, the company did what it usually does with subpoenas — it ignored them. That’s the association’s customer …

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Appeals Court OKs Warrantless Wiretapping

By David Kravets 08.07.12 3:16 PM Judge M. Margaret McKeown The federal government may spy on Americans’ communications without warrants and without fear of being sued, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday in a decision reversing the first and only case that successfully challenged President George W. Bush’s once-secret Terrorist …

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City’s inspector general takes on Ald. Burke over worker’s comp

BY FRAN SPIELMAN City Hall Reporter [email protected] July 26, 2012 10:14AM Inspector General Joe Ferguson has already gone toe-to-toe with former Mayor Richard M. Daley and Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Now, he’s taking on the City Council’s most powerful alderman. Ferguson went public Thursday with a jurisdictional dispute that’s been simmering …

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