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The last really good Secretary of State was George Schultz, in the Reagan administration. Most of the others were terrible, in varying degrees.
It would not be the first time that the Jerusalem Post printed something that was not true, or that was at least grossly misleading. What you should ask is, what was Mahmoud Abbas saying to the Arabic-language press? If he said exactly the same thing, then why is he still alive?
I have to voice a minor disagreement with Ms Glick. Yes, Bill Clinton and George W Bush both tried to broker an agreement, but neither one tried to impose one over Israeli objections. So what John Kerry is doing is not just a continuation of something that's been going on for 20-some years. Also, Ms Glick seems to think (or fear) that Kerry has some hammer that he can use to force Israel's compliance. I cannot imagine what that might be.
The Supreme Court ruled in 1969, in Tinker v. Des Moines ISD, that young people have free speech rights. Whether it is wearing a black armband to protest a war, or an NRA t-shirt to protest attacks on the Second Amendment, the principle is the same.
Attkisson went on the record last week about CBS News. According to her, the Politico article is very wrong -- which would not be the first time.
Quote: "(4) The Stimulus - Pointing out that Paul Ryan asked that his district receive a slice of a giant, wasteful pie after it was passed -- and despite his opposition -- is at worst an instance of hypocrisy. It does not disprove anything that Ryan said in his speech, and it does not change the empirical fact that Barack Obama's borrowed stimulus has utterly failed " As best as I can tell, the letters Paul Ryan wrote in favor of two Wisconsin companies were not for companies in his district. There were two energy companies; I do not know if they were energy research companies, or energy conservation companies, or what they do exactly. But they are both located in Madison, in the district represented by Democrat Tammy Baldwin.
Regarding the two energy companies that Congressman Ryan proposed to receive stimulus funds: both of them were located in Madison, in the congressional district represented by Democrat Tammy Baldwin. Not in Ryan's district.
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