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A beef with McChrystal may have led Eikenberry to leak his own cables. Are Vitter’s ties to the formaldehyde industry behind his block of an Obama EPA

Jul 31, 2020
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A “beef with McChrystal”may have led Eikenberry to leak his own cables.
Are Vitter’s ties to the formaldehyde industrybehind his block of an Obama EPA nominee?
A defiantly smug Sean Hannity apologizesto Jon Stewart.
Obama visits Alaska today, briefly, for the first time.
The Obama presidency is more LBJ than JFK, and it’s taking its toll on the commander in chief.
And a personal account confirmsthat Obama “now carries the heavy burden of command.”
In an interview with CBS, Rep. Steve Buyer (R-Ind.)beats around the bush about his iffy foundation.
Fans of Nate Silver’s political handicapping should check out his world soccer ratings.
Tired of today’s media-driven rumor mill? It’s nothing compared to the “Paul is dead” memeof 40 years ago.
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