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Saturday, April 1, 2023

Pick a job

Democratic presidential wannabe Barack Obama is so busy running for President that he doesn’t have time to be a Senator.

Obama is making less than 25 percent of his votes in the Senate these days and begs the question of whether or not sitting Senators should be allowed to stay on the payroll while running for another office.

The question can be raised but it has been raised before and nothing has ever been done to change the system that allows Presidential candidates to double dip.

Too bad.

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Oh really?

President George W. Bush claims his troop surge has led to “progress” in Iraq.

Of course, this is the same George W. Bush who said we would find weapons of mass destruction in that country and the same President who claimed “mission accomplished” over there in 2003.

Another day, another Presidential lie.

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An oily question

Even as a government agency, the Smithsonian must depend on donations to survive but that doesn’t mean they have to accept all donations.

The nation’s museum is questioning a $5 million grant from the American Petroleum Institute and putting the donation on hold.

A question of ethics over greed?

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Rice must testify in Israel spy case

A judge ruled Friday that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and White House National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley can be subpoenaed to testify in a sensitive spying case that has focused attention on pro-Israel lobbying in the United States.

Federal court judge T.S. Ellis ruled to allow the request by lawyers for Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman, former employees of the influential pro-Israel lobby American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), to subpoena Rice, Hadley and 13 other current and former top government officials to testify in the case, according to court documents.

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Hillary says she can handle critics

Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday her status as the Democratic presidential front-runner — not her gender — has led her male primary rivals to intensify their criticism of her.

“I don’t think they’re piling on because I’m a woman. I think they’re piling on because I’m winning,” Clinton told reporters after filing paperwork to appear on the New Hampshire primary ballot.

“I anticipate it’s going to get even hotter, and if you can’t stand the heat get out of the kitchen. I’m very much at home in the kitchen,” she said.

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