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If It’s Sunday, It’s John McCain

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IF IT’S SUNDAY, IT’S JOHN MCCAIN…. John McCain appeared on Meet the Press this Sunday, and while the content was unremarkable, a little portion at the end was pretty revealing. DAVID GREGORY: This is your 54th appearance on Meet the Press. Now I know you’re a competitive guy. Bob Dole still holds the record at… Read more »

Obama Spars With The World

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OBAMA SPARS WITH THE WORLD… On the eve of the G20 summit. McClatchy looks at whether Europe will embrace the President the way they did during the campaign. Obama leaves on Tuesday on a whirlwind eight-day tour. He remains enormously popular in Europe, and the throngs that greeted him last summer as a candidate are… Read more »

*”Years”

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“YEARS”… It’s already astounding that the Norm Coleman-Al Franken Senate recount has taken this long to resolve. Franken has won the first recount and Coleman’s lawyers even acknowledge that he will win the case before the Minnesota Supreme Court when the verdict comes down shortly. But this is the first time I’ve heard the word… Read more »

A New Day On Climate Change

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A NEW DAY ON CLIMATE CHANGE…. Juliet Eilperin reports on the sweeping changes being made by the Obama Administration on environmental policy: After the United States voiced support for the idea of a new, binding mercury treaty, the world community embraced it in Nairobi. The rapid policy reversal is just one of more than a… Read more »

Just One More Fill-Up For The Auto Industry?

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JUST ONE MORE FILL-UP FOR THE AUTO INDUSTRY?… The government had until March 31 to assess the restructuring plans for GM and Chrysler and decide whether or not to give them more loans until they can sustain themselves. Obviously, the Obama Administration didn’t much like what they saw. President Barack Obama is sending a blunt… Read more »