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Liz Cheney Defends Sarah Palin Against Dad’s Rhetorical Buckshot

Rarely do I disagree with best VP ever but @SarahPalinUSA more qualified than Obama and Biden combined. Huge respect 4 all she’s done 4 GOP. – Liz Cheney, via Twitter

“Obviously, I’m not a big […]

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Row After Row of Empty Seats at London Olympics

Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, the minister responsible for the Olympics, said Saturday that the organizing committee was “doing a full investigation into what happened. .—°.—°. We think it was accredited seats that belong to […]

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Romney Slammed on Temple Mount Visit, Dennis Ross Bows Out of Election Politics

ROMNEY PUTS the capital “p” in presumptive nominee, his insatiable ego never satisfied. He thinks everything is about him, so treads where more sober foreign policy experts wouldn’t dare.

As all this […]

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Bill Clinton to Headline Democratic Convention

PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON will not only give a prime-time convention speech, but afterward Clinton will put President Obama’s name into nomination at the Democratic convention in September.

From the New York Times:

The prominent role of […]

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Romney Reverses Press Avail, But It’s Dan Senor Who Yells ‘Squirrel’

AFTER AN UPROAR followed Mitt Romney banning U.S. press at his Israeli fundraiser, which broke the agreement the campaign made to the press, the Romney campaign was forced to reverse itself. Casino mogul […]

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Dana Vollmer Breaks World Record

“I had kind of a bad finish.” – Dana Vollmer

DANA VOLLMER became the first woman to break the 56 second record in the 100-meter butterfly Sunday at the London Olympics, coming in at 55.98 […]

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Kim Rhode Shatters Olympic Record

THE FIRST AMERICAN WOMAN to win three gold medals in skeet shooting, Kim Rhode set an Olympic record by being the first American individual to win gold medals in five consecutive Olympic games. […]

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James Bond Escorts the Queen to the 2012 Olympics

THE MOST CLASSIC moment from the opening of the 30th Olympiad, London’s third hosting duty, a singular honor.

It was a glorious opening, one that exceeded the last in China. Slow start, but the […]

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Jennifer Granholm Rails Against Third Parties

“Last night I interviewed Jill Stein the presidential candidate for the Green Party on this show. And I confess right now, I should have asked her to just get out of the race.” […]

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