Rove On Hillary's Brain Damage

Wait a second, it was "a serious health episode". She had an unknown virus and had also fallen due to severe dehydration. She was recovering at home, and had a blood clot, the location, between her skull and her brain, behind her right ear.

She was subsequently in the hospital for four days, delaying her Benghazi testimony, and wearing special glasses designed to aid her with double-vission issues by the time she did testify with those now infamous words, "what difference at this point does it make?".

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Costliest EPA Regulation In History

The EPA is actually quite friendly to many ozone affecting companies, just so long as those companies want them to be, and are large enough to matter, dollar wise. Just so long as those companies contribute to those politicians they like. The operative repeated words there are "so long".

How much government friendliness/partnership can your business afford? How much justice or equity? Does "equal protection under the law" apply? Of course not, because you can't afford to play at that level. You can't deal with equal protection. That protection is so damn "equal" that only the wealthiest can deal with it. You know, those more equal than thou.

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Madison: Lynn Cheney Giving Due Credit

James Madison wrote the 4rth amendment which guarantees our right to be protected from unreasonable search and seizures. Lynn Cheney believes that one reason Madison is one of the most underrated Presidents is because he wasn't as "histrionic" as some of the other founders. She mentions Alexander Hamilton as one of those who tilted towards that sort of behavior, which garnered much attention and caused more poeple to talk and write about it.

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Fed Judge Ends Walker Supporter Round-up

It seems that ever since Scott Walker took on the unions in Wisconsin, kicked their butts, balanced the budget, ran a huge surplus, and became another pariah to the left, even defeating a recall election by a higher percentage of the vote than he had originally won by, local prosecutors have been after he and virtually all of his supporters ever since. A federal judge has now ruled that prosecutors had a "long-running investigation of all things Walker-related", and they have been effectively slapped down.

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GOP Select Committee Members Named

Trey Gowdy, Susan Brooks, Jim Jordan, Mike Pompeo, Martha Roby, Peter Roskam, and Lynn Westmoreland. These are the House of Representative members who've been selected to sit on the Benghazi Select Committee. You can research each member and see who they are. I am not very familiar with a couple of them, but right off the cuff, the choices seem quite diverse.

"GOP Reps. Susan Brooks of Indiana, Jim Jordan of Ohio, Mike Pompeo of Kansas, Martha Roby of Alabama, Peter Roskam of Illinois and Lynn Westmoreland of Georgia will sit on the panel. Boehner announced earlier this week that Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) will chair the panel.

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