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Four African American kids were sitting in a parked car outside a gas station convenience store and listening to music, which apparently was too loud, when Michael David Dunn opened fire on them, killing seventeen-year-old Jordan Davis.  

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Last night, just as I was about to go to sleep, I clicked on a link tweeted by Ben Smith, which resulted in my reading, in the dark, on my iphone, all about George Romney, until 1:00 a.m.  

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The DOJ just released a 400 page report entitled An Investigation into the Removal of 9 U.S. Attorneys in 2006

I'm sure this report will be dissected, however, I jumped to the conclusion which noted:  

The most serious allegation that we were not able to fully investigate related to the removal of David Iglesias, the U.S. Attorney for New Mexico, and the allegation that he was removed to influence voter fraud and public corruption prosecutions. We recommend that a counsel specially appointed by the Attorney General assess the facts we have uncovered, work with us to conduct further investigation, and ultimately determine whether the evidence demonstrates that any criminal offense was committed with regard to the removal of Iglesias or any other U.S. Attorney, or the testimony of any witness related to the U.S. Attorney removals.

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An avalanche of economists have come together to sign a letter warning Congress to slow down, take a deep breath, conduct hearings, and THEN decide how to solve this problem.  

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According to Crooks & Liars  

Keith Olbermann was pulled from St. Paul to anchor MSNBC's storm coverage from New York, with his seat beside Chris Matthews filled by David Gregory. Capus said political considerations had nothing to do with that move; Olbermann has been sharply critical of the GOP.

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This is on the front page of Crooks & Liars and I don't see a diary about it in the most recent diaries list. If this is repetitive, I apologize.

Pelosi's Website, The Gavel, has made public, a letter sent from "A Group of Concerned Department of Justice Employees" about the politicalization non-political positions traditionally held by "career employees."

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I can't find thins anywhere on line and I'm sorry this diary is so short. Keith just opened his show by saying

"Breaking News, the editorial board of the Army Times, Navy Times etc. to print an editorial on Monday in which they will call for Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's resignation"

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I'm so confused...
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"Countdown with Keith Olbermann" finished the first quarter ahead of CNN's Paula Zahn in the key 25-54 year-old demographic ("the demo"). This marks MSNBC's first quarterly primetime victory over CNN in the demo in almost five years.
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You know how Bush gives non-campaign speeches and makes the audience sign loyalty oaths?  That pisses me off.  Well guess what, because he gets away with that, he decided to take it one step further and charge the taxpayers for his flights to campaign for Republicans in Congress.  Dan Froomkin wonders why no news outlets are covering this. I sure don't.
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This is just so sad and pathetic....

IRAQ: Strategic City Stabilization Initiative (SCSI)

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Tom Delay & Duke Cunningham are as thick as theives...

House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Texas) yesterday [June 14, 2005] defended Rep. Duke Cunningham (R-Calif.) after calls from congressional Democrats to investigate the Republican appropriator for selling his San Diego home to a defense contractor whose firm had received $65 million in federal funds in 2004.

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