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Clinton Files: Advisers pushed ‘Health Care University,’ crafted ‘enemies’ list

Members of the Clinton administration were so vigorous about their push for health care reform in 1993 that they pushed the idea of launching a “Health Care University” – and even circulated an “enemies” list of those who opposed the overhaul. Full News here – FOXNews.com

Pentagon weighs deploying troops to Poland as militants snub Ukraine pact

A senior U.S. official confirmed to Fox News Friday the U.S. is considering sending relatively small units to the country, and the units would be there on a rotational basis. Full News here – FOXNews.com

USDA to Require Pork Industry to Report Swine Virus

The U.S. Department of Agriculture said it would require the pork industry to report incidents to the government of a swine virus that has killed millions of young pigs and roiled the sector in the past year. Full News here – WSJ.com: Politics And Policy

White House Won’t Comment On Petition To Deport Justin Bieber

WASHINGTON — Disappointing thousands of people who signed a petition to deport Justin Bieber, the White House announced Friday that it would not be taking a stand on the issue. “Sorry to disappoint, but we won’t be commenting on this one,” wrote the White House. On Jan. 23, a petition had popped up on the […]

Navy Midshipmen Receive the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy for the Ninth Time in 11 Seasons

19 April 2014

Watch on YouTube This afternoon, the President welcomed the U.S. Naval Academy’s football team to the White House to receive the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy once again. Since 1972, the trophy has been awarded each season to the winner of a triangular series between the Army Black Knights, the Navy Midshipmen, and the Air Force Falcons. Today […]

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Medicaid paid $12 million for deceased people in Illinois, documents show

19 April 2014

Auditors identified overpayments for services to roughly 2,900 people after the date of their deaths. Full News here – FOXNews.com

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Steve Malzberg: Was Chelsea Clinton Pregnancy “Staged” To Help Hillary?

19 April 2014

STEVE MALZBERG: Pardon the skeptic in me, but what great timing! I mean, purely accidental, purely an act of nature, purely just left up to God. And God answered Hillary Clinton's prayers and she going to have the prop of being a new grandma while she runs for president. It just warms the heart. It […]

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Friday Talking Points – Our 4/20 Acronym Contest Challenge

19 April 2014

Three hundred of these columns? To coin a phrase… far out, man. We’ll get to patting ourselves on the back in a bit, but first we’d like to propose a party game for this weekend’s big 4/20 festivities across the land. So put this in your (metaphorical) pipe and smoke it. The rules for this […]

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Krauthammer: Building the Keystone XL pipeline an ‘open and shut case’

19 April 2014

The Obama administration Friday extended the review period for the pipeline, effectively pushing back the final decision until after this fall’s midterm elections.  Full News here – FOXNews.com

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Krauthammer on Indefinite Delay of Keystone Pipeline: “A Spit In The Eye To Canada”

18 April 2014

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: Look, this is the most open and shut case for any energy project — any project anywhere that I have ever seen. The ambassador spelled it out in minute detail. Economically, in terms of national security, our dependence on the Venezuelans or the Middle East clearly in terms of jobs, in terms of […]

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Tom Cotton Wants to Make Medicare Doubly Dead… Attacks from Two Fronts

18 April 2014

It is not on his website; it is not in his campaign platform. But, do not let this stealth candidate fool anyone: Republican Senate candidate Tom Cotton (R-AR) really wants to kill Medicare. So much so, that he attacks it on two different fronts. First, by repeatedly voting to repeal Obamacare, he votes to make […]

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U.S. President Obama delivers remarks before presenting the Commander-in-Chief Trophy to the United States Naval Academy football team at the White House in Washington

Obama signs law to bar Iran diplomat from serving in U.N. post

18 April 2014

President Barack Obama signed a law on Friday that effectively bars an Iranian diplomat from serving as an envoy at the United Nations because of suspicions he was involved in the 1979-81 Tehran hostage crisis. Obama signed a law passed by the U.S. Congress that blocks any individual from entering the United States who has […]

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GOP Seeks to Erase ‘War on Women’ Label

18 April 2014

Wary of being on the losing side of the gender gap, Republican candidates are working to repel Democratic efforts to portray GOP policy on abortion, equal-pay laws and other matters as harmful to women. Full News here – WSJ.com: Politics And Policy

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The Best Monetary Policy Is Strict Financial Regulation

18 April 2014

On Wednesday, in her first speech on monetary policy, Janet Yellen, the new chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, pointed out a discouraging paradox: In recent years, private-sector forecasters have been surprisingly accurate at forecasting changes in the unemployment rate, but they have been equally inaccurate when forecasting changes in the federal funds rate, the baseline […]

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