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Why The Establishment Doesn’t Want Palin To Run

And the establishment said, let her be stupid: and she was stupid.

 

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Today In History – March 24 – Exxon Valdez Oil Spill In Alaska

Queen Elizabeth I dies – United States and Cuba engage in direct negotiations – Exxon Valdez oil spill – School shooting in Jonesboro, Arkansas, kills five – NATO bombs Yugoslavi – Apple releases the first version of the Mac OS X operating system

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Bomb Explodes On Busy Roadway in Jerusalem, 1 dead, 30 hurt

It was the first such bombing in the city in seven years.

 

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Today In History – March 23 – NASA Launches Gemini 3, First Two-Man Space Flight

OK enters national vernacular – U.S. plane shot down over Laos – NASA launches Gemini 3 – Reagan calls for new antimissile technology – Mexican presidential candidate assassinated – Titanic wins 11 Academy Awards

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Andy Barr In His Own Words: Trust Fiction Over Facts

According to Barr, when there’s a report by the media, regardless of whether or not they have a clue about which they speak (they don’t),  it should be deemed more reliable than a statement made by someone that actually works for Governor Palin and thus, knows what he’s talking about.

 

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Today In History – March 22 – Equal Rights Amendment Passed By Congress

British Impose Stamp Act on American colonies – Earthquake destroys landmarks in Quito, Ecuador – First Stanley Cup championship played – FDR legalizes sale of beer and wine – The Arab League is founded when a charter is adopted in Cairo, Egypt – Equal Rights Amendment passed by Congress – USAir Flight 405 crashes shortly after liftoff from New York City’s LaGuardia Airport

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Governor Palin Meets/Dines With Prime Minister Netanyahu

Such an amazing country! G-d bless you. May our connection continue to grow and strengthen

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David Frum Upset Governor Palin Didn’t Use Him As Her Tour Guide

As long as he is remotely involved with any organization, Governor Palin will only be embarrassed to be associated with that group.

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Today In History – March 21 – Suicide Bomber Kills 3, Injures 49 In Tel Aviv Coffee Shop

Stanley begins search for Livingstone –  Series of tornadoes hits Southeast U.S. – President Carter announces Olympic boycott – In a Tel Aviv, Israel coffee shop, a suicide bomber kills 3 and injures 49

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Governor Palin Visits “Wailing Wall” In Jerusalem

Wearing a Star of David necklace as she expressed her solidarity with Israel

 

Danny Danon, Israel, Wailing Wall, Western Wall

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Today In History – March 20 – Republican Party Founded

Republican Party founded –  An earthquake completely destroys Mendoza, Argentina – President Lyndon B. Johnson sends federal troops to Alabama – Nerve gas attack on Tokyo subway

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Dancing In The Street As Governor Palin Arrives In Israel

Governor Palin will join Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for dinner in Jerusalem on Monday evening; The Purim dinner!

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Today In History – March 19 – War In Iraq Begins

First U.S. air combat mission begins – Nevada legalizes gambling – First Academy Awards telecast on NBC – C-SPAN Goes Live -War in Iraq begins

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Today In History – March 18 – American Express Founded

Grover Cleveland is born in Caldwell, New Jersey – American Express is founded by Henry Wells and William Fargo – Natural gas explosion kills schoolchildren in Texas – U.S. bombs Cambodia for the first time – Terri Schiavo’s feeding tube is removed at the request of her husband

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Today In History – March 17 – Golda Meir becomes the first female Prime Minister of Israel

Saint Patrick dies – First St. Patrick’s Day parade – The British evacuate Boston – Earthquakes kill more than 1,200 in Taiwan – The National Gallery of Art is officially opened by President Franklin D. Roosevelt – First flight of the B-45 Tornado strategic bomber – Golda Meir becomes the first female Prime Minister of Israel – Governor of New York Eliot Spitzer resigns

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Governor Palin to Meet Prime Minister Netanyahu In Israel Next Week

Palin’s visit will be private, but she will meet with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and other members of Israel’s right-wing, including Likud MK Danny Danon.

 

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Prince William and Kate Middleton Set Up Charity Fund to Celebrate Wedding

The couple want well-wishers who were considering sending them a present to contribute to the fund instead.

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Today In History – March 16 – James Madison, Father of the Constitution, Is Born

James Madison, Father of the Constitution, is born – U.S. Military Academy established – Reagan orders troops into Honduras – William Buckley, the CIA station chief in Beirut, Lebanon, was kidnapped – Terry Anderson kidnapped

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Today In History – March 15 – First Internet Domain Name Registered

1767: Andrew Jackson born: Andrew Jackson is born in the Garden of the Waxhaws, South Carolina. The son of Irish immigrants, Jackson spent much of his early life in the rough-and-tumble frontier regions of South Carolina and Tennessee. His father died from injuries sustained while lifting a heavy log, and his mother was left with […]

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Today In History – March 14 – Albert Einstein Born

Albert Einstein born – The FBI debuts 10 Most Wanted – Jack Ruby sentenced to death – JFK’s body moved to permanent gravesite – Gorbachev elected president of the Soviet Union – An earthquake measuring 6.9 on the Richter scale hits southeastern Iran

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Samaria Massacre: Terrorist Murders Jewish Family Of Five

Photos were released by the family of those brutally murdered in the terror attack in Itamar, Israel, including a 3 month old baby, who was stabbed twice in the heart. They have given full permission for their use and they ask it be reported to raise awareness of the horrific reality of murdering children and babies in their sleep, simply because they are Jewish

 

The shocking attack occurred around 1 am as the terrorist entered the family home and murdered three children aged 11, 3, and a baby girl along with their parents. The victims were apparently sleeping as the killer came in.

 

 

Itamar residents reported that shots were heard in the area; the terrorist managed to flee the scene.

 

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Jewish Prayer Sparks Security Scare On Alaska Flight – UPDATED: Alaska Airlines Explains

Tefilin is worn during morning prayers, which are usually carried it during the first four hours of the day. As a result if one happens to be on an Aircraft during this period they would have no choice but to put them on in flight.

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Memo to Mitch Daniels: Maybe It Was The Marijuana, But The United States Is Not in Europe

Perhaps Daniels, high on marijuana, was confused about who it was that didn’t know where Europe is.

 

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Today In History – March 13 – U.S. Army Launches K-9 Corps

Czar Alexander II assassinated – Impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson begins – U.S. Army launches K-9 Corps – Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska – An earthquake registering 6.8 on the Richter scale kills over 500 in Erzincan, eastern Turkey – The Dunblane massacre

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At Least Michele Bachmann Didn’t Call Europe a Country As Obama Did

This is not about defending Michelle Bachmann. She made a mistake, she acknowledged it and we should all leave it at that. This is about the hypocrisy from the left.

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Today In History – March 12 – FDR gives first fireside chat

FDR gives first fireside chat – Truman Doctrine is announced –  New Hampshire becomes the first U.S. state to legally sell lottery tickets – Police recover Elizabeth Smart and arrest her abductors – The Dixie Chicks backlash begins – Zoran ?in?i?, Prime Minister of Serbia, is assassinated in Belgrade

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Today In History – March 11 – Madrid Train Bombings

Congress establishes the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Mikhail Gorbachev becomes the Soviet Union’s leader – Lithuania proclaims its independence – Janet Reno becomes the first female Attorney General of the United States – Madrid train bombings – Michelle Bachelet is inaugurated as first female president of Chile

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No Severe Injuries To 17 Year Old Boy Leaping Off Golden Gate Bridge

Some witnesses said he broke his tailbone and damaged his lungs in the fall, but a Windsor Unified School District press release said he suffered no severe injuries beyond bruising and tenderness. Hospital officials said they cannot release specific information.

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Tsunami Hits Northern Japan After Massive 8.9 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Coast – UPDATE: Tsunami Waves Hit Hawaii, Alaska: UPDATE II: 88,000 People Are Missing In Japan

Emergency Management Specialist David Lee at Fort Richardson said there are no reports of damage and no significant damage expected on the coast of Alaska, although that could still depend on the surge in different areas.

 

Tsunami Hits Northern Japan After Massive 8.9 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Coast: <span style=”color: #ff0000;”>UPDATE:</span> Tsunami Waves Hit Hawaii, Alaska

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Today In History – March 10 – Alexander Bell Makes First Successful Telephone Call

Alexander Graham Bell makes the first successful telephone call – Mine explosion kills 1,060 in France – An earthquake in Long Beach, California kills 115 people – Governor of New York Eliot Spitzer Exposed

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