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Frank Bailey’s New Book: “My Obsession With Sarah Palin”

The fact that he published the book in general and personal emails in particular is a betrayal of trust and should question his credibility. When you work for someone, they trust you, the fact that you end up hating them does not give you the right to break that trust. Trust is an important thing once you break that trust nothing you say is believable.

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Today In History – February 22 – Lee Petty Wins First Ever Daytona 500

Rashi, (Rabbi Shlomo Yitzhaki) is born, George Washington is born, The U.S. acquires Spanish Florida, Montana passes law against sedition, Calvin Coolidge first President to deliver a radio broadcast from the White House, Lee Petty wins first ever Daytona 500, Deadly tornadoes rip through central Florida, Gang commits largest robbery in British history

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The Consequences of “Death Panels” – UPDATED

Because the London hospital could not get consent to remove the breathing tube from Joseph’s parents or other family members, it has the right to seek consent from the Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee, said Mark Handelman, Maraachli’s lawyer.

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Sometimes it DOES take a Rocket Scientist!!

American engineers heard about the gun and were eager to test it on the windshields of their new high-speed trains. Arrangements were made and a gun was sent to the American engineers.

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Today In History – February 21 – Washington Monument Dedicated

Marxizm is born, The first telephone book is issued in New Haven, Connecticut, Washington Monument dedicated, llied troops capture Jericho, The New Yorker publishes its first issue, NASCAR founded, Swissair Flight 330 crashis kills 38 passengers, Nixon arrives in China for talks

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To Escape Blame, Be a Victim, Not a Hero

Morality is not like some kind of cosmic bank, where you can deposit good deeds and use them to offset future misdeeds.

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Governor Palin’s Appearance At Long Island Association

Governor Palin’s entire appearance at the LIA meeting last Thursday Courtesy PalinTV

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Today In History – February 20 – George Washington Formally Created the U.S. Postal Service

Edward VI of England Crowned, President George Washington signs legislation creating the U.S. Postal Service, New York City Metropolitan Museum of Art opens, Amir of Afghanistan is assassinated, Atlanta Constitution editor is kidnapped

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Today In History – February 19 – Vice President Aaron Burr Arrested for Treason

Vice President Aaron Burr arrested for treason, Thomas Edison patents the phonograph, Roosevelt signs Executive Order 9066

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Another Fake Controversy, Governor Palin Did Not Mock Michelle Obama

Once again the media has proven how blatantly biased they are and how they would take a critically acclaimed Q&A session and create a controversy that never existed.

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Today In History – February 18 – First Academy Awards announced

First Academy Awards announced, Snow falls in the Sahara Desert in southern Algeria for the only time in recorded history, Dale Earnhardt killed in crash

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Today In History – February 17 – Thomas Jefferson Elected President After Electoral Deadlock

Deadlock over presidential election ends, Ferry sinks near Haiti, Newsweek magazine is published for the first time, China invades Vietnam

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Today In History – February 16 – China Airlines Flight 676 Crashes

The most daring act of the age, Civil War: Capture of Fort Donelson, President of France Félix Faure dies in office, Castro sworn in, China Airlines Flight 676 crashes into a road and residential area

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Prince William Chooses Harry For Best Man, Kate Picks Sister Philippa As Maid Of Honor

Prince William’s younger brother Prince Harry will be his best man when he marries Kate Middleton in London in April, Clarence House announced Monday. Middleton’s sister Philippa will be her maid of honor.

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Today In History – February 15 – First Teddy Bear Goes On Sale

First Teddy bear goes on sale, FDR escapes assassination in Miami, Sabena Flight 548 crashes in Belgium, Canada adopts maple leaf flag, Soviet war in Afghanistan Ends

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The 10 Commandments of Marriage

A man is incomplete until he is married. After that, he is finished.

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Today In History – February 14 – Penicillin Discovered

Oregon is admitted as the 33rd U.S. state, First trainload of oranges leaves Los Angeles, The United States Department of Commerce and Labor is established, Penicillin Discovered, Tornadoes sweep through southern Georgia

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Israel Shuts Embassy In Cairo Indefinitely

The embassy here has been shut down indefinitely, and the Israeli flag was removed from the building’s roof

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A Letter From The Tax Man

Apparently, this is a real reply from the Inland Revenue. The Guardian newspaper had to ask for special permission to print it.

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Today In History – February 13 – First Medal of Honor Action

Catherine Howard, the fifth wife of Henry VIII of England, is executed, First Medal of Honor Action, Johnson approves Operation Rolling Thunder

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Today In History – February 12 – Abraham Lincoln is born

Congress enacts first fugitive slave law, Abraham Lincoln is born, President Clinton acquitted, Milosevic goes on trial for war crimes, Writers’ strike ends after 100 days

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Political Correctness Upside Down

Confused yet? You should be. Don’t forget to question everyone and everything, because up is up, down is down, left is left, right is right, round is round and square is square. And don’t let anyone try to confuse you and tell you otherwise.

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Today In History – February 11 – First U.S. Hospital Opens

First Hospital in USA, Russia’s General Kaledin commits suicide, Governor Sarah Palin born, Nelson Mandela released from prison, Dick Cheney hunting incident

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Today In History – February 10 – The 25th Amendment to the United States Constitution is ratified

The Battle of Carr’s Fort, The 25th Amendment to the United States Constitution is ratified, Journalists killed in helicopter crash

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Today In History – February 09 – First Presidential election decided in the House

President William Henry Harrison is born, Presidential election decided in the House, Daylight saving time instituted, U.S. sends first combat troops to South Vietnam

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Did Rick Santorum ‘Knock’ Governor Palin? UPDATED: Santorum Responds, Barr Fights Back – Further Updates – ADDED Palin/Santorum Reactions

There is now a debate among Palin supporters, some claim that it’s Barr that is steering a pot by taking Santorum’s comments out of context. Some defend Barr by arguing that he accurately reported that Santorum trashed Governor Palin.

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The Hill: Obama Scraps Plan For Early 2011 Israel Visit – UPDATE: Retraction and Contradiction

The Hill runs with a thinly-sourced article while noting that no dates or locations had ever been finalized.

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Today In History – February 08 – First Execution By Lethal Gas

President Cleveland signs devastating Dawes Act into law, The Russo-Japanese War begins, First Execution By Lethal Gas

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Former Bush Speechwriter: Remarkable Parallels Between Palin and Reagan Speeches

People who think her rhetoric is very inflammatory ought to look what Reagan was saying in 1964

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Today In History – February 07 – First Human Satellite

Earthquake causes fluvial tsunami in Mississippi, First human satellite, Soviet Communist Party gives up monopoly on political power

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