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Cisco calls for curb on NSA surveillance efforts
www.bbc.co.uk
The NSA's wide-ranging surveillance programme should be curtailed, says hardware-maker Cisco in a letter to President Obama. Cisco boss John Chambers said faith in US technology companies was being eroded by the NSA's activities. [...]
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World War One: The original code talkers
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When US military codes kept being broken by the Germans in WW1 a Native American tribe came to the rescue. They just spoke their own language - which baffled the enemy - and paved the way for other Native American "code talkers" in WW2. [...]
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Eric Cantor’s tea party opponent in Va. primary may be picking up momentum
www.washingtonpost.com
There was a time when House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) sympathized with the tea party’s frustration with Washington. Now, he’s engaged in open warfare with the GOP’s insurgent wing. [...]
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Operation American Spring to hit D.C. to oust Obama, Biden, Boehner, Holder
www.washingtontimes.com
A group of self-described revolutionary-style patriots with a million mobilized militia members are heading to downtown Washington, D.C., this week to bring a simple message to political leadership, from President Obama to House Speaker John Boehner: Get out. [...]
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Bill Clinton Weighs In on Hillary’s Health
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Former President Bill Clinton on Wednesday weighed in on recent remarks by Karl Rove about his wife Hillary’s health, laughing off suggestions that her health problems should be a major concern. [...]
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Rand Paul Can Beat Hillary Clinton
www.newsmax.com
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky may be the only Republican who can beat Hillary Clinton for president in 2016. [...]
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Tim Geithner’s True Lies
spectator.org
The White House wanted Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner to lie on Sunday talk shows to downplay the part Social Security played in driving the deficit, it was revealed today. Geithner writes in his memoir Stress Test, out today, that the White House communications director asked him to downplay the long term cost of Social Security spending to mollify the Democratic Party's base. [...]
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Is the Tea Party Over?
www.theamericanconservative.com
Mitch McConnell says, "We are going to crush them everywhere," and the party establishment is betting he's right. [...]
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Immigration Reform Is Backed by Growing Number of Tea Partyers
blogs.rollcall.com
A group of mayors and business leaders from across the political spectrum is determined to prove that momentum is growing for a rewrite of the nation's immigration laws - even among conservatives. [...]
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The Daily Bell – Oligarchy in the 21st Century … Get Used to It?
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Interesting question and answer. Bernie Sanders query is predictable but Janet Yellen's response is not. Alan Greenspan no doubt would have answered in a way that allowed for multiple interpretations. But Yellen took the question with little equivocation. Here, quoting Yellen: So, all of the statistics on inequality that you've cited are ones that greatly concern me, and I think for the same reason that you're concerned about them. They can shape the...“ determine the ability of different ... [...]
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The Next IRS Tactic vs. Expats and Accidental Americans?
www.independent.org
According to the State Department’s estimate (January 2013), approximately 6.8 million Americans live abroad. Many more “accidental Americans” live outside the U.S. In the future, both may confront a powerful new weapon wielded by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). An “accidental American” is a person who lives in Canada (or another non-U.S. nation) and holds dual citizenship, whether or not he knows it. For example, it includes every Canadian child born to an American parent even if [...]
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Gun Control and Gun Rights Cartoons
www.usnews.com
We need to be able to laugh t some of the stuff we read. Here are some great cartoons from USNews [...]
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Eric Shinseki subpoenaed by House Veterans Affairs Committee
www.washingtontimes.com
Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric K. Shinseki will testify next week before a Senate committee in the wake of allegations that dozens of veterans died while waiting to receive medical attention. Rumors that a secret electronic wait list, which purportedly shows that information from dozens of veterans was entered into computers at a Phoenix VA facility but not saved, surfaced after a retired doctor told CNN that the clinic kept an official list and a sham list of its patients. [...]
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Democrat Cartoons
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US News is a recognized leader in college, grad school, hospital, mutual fund, and car rankings. Track elected officials, research health conditions, and find news you can use in politics, business, health, and education. [...]
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John Kerry Apologizes for Israel Apartheid Remarks
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The secretary of state said he should have used a different word. [...]
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