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David Brooks: Obama Has "A Manhood Problem In The Middle East"

Source: Real Clear Politics

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DAVID BROOKS: I mean, basically since Yalta, we've had an assumption that borders are basically going to be borders. And once that comes into question, if in Ukraine or in Crimea or anywhere else, then all over the world, you know, the tokens-- CHUCK TODD: All bets are off. DAVID BROOKS: All bets are off. CHUCK TODD: It is open. DAVID BROOKS: And, let's face it, Obama, whether deservedly or not, does have a (I'll say it crudely) but a manhood problem in the ...
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Source: The Huffington Post: Canada Edition

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Once a month, Anita Garcia meets individually with the marijuana retailers of Colorado's Pueblo County to collect the local taxes from the booming, new legalized drug business. The first-ever marijuana licensing specialist for the county, located south of Denver, books a courthouse conference room for the legal transaction, which is monitored by a security guard and her supervisor. "It's pretty simple," said Garcia about the formal get-togethers. ...
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The streets of Surrey, B.C., were lined with tens of thousands of people for the city's Vaisakhi Parade Saturday, and amid the the day's food booths and other festivities, one group was trying to reach the South Asian community with a serious message. Instead of giving things away in the tradition of Vaisakhi, volunteers with the Amar Karma Organ Donation Society spent the day asking people to sign up to give life. The not ...
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Philadelphia's Nothing has released a free cover of Low's "In Metal" to celebrate this year's Record Store Day (happening today - April 19th). You can download the track for free via Bandcamp or stream it below, and also catch Nothing tonight at Rough Trade Records in Brooklyn. In Metal by nothing Read More/Discu ...
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Calgary stabbings: victims' families come together to heal

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The families of the five young people killed this week in a stabbing in Calgary say they have come together in their healing. In a statement released by Calgary police, the families of Kaitlin Perras, 23, Joshua Hunter, 23,  Zackariah Rathwell, 21, Jordan Segura, 22, and Lawrence Hong, 27, ask for privacy and say they are trying to help each other come to terms with what has happened to their loved ones. "In this time of tremendous grief and tr ...
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David Brooks On Ranch Dispute: Seems "More Like Pseudo-Militia Activity Than Genuine Rebellion"

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JUDY WOODRUFF: So, David, is this something "” I mean, does this man have a legitimate grievance against the federal government? DAVID BROOKS: Not the way he's doing it. I mean, he's self-discrediting, the way he's doing it. You know, you go out West and you hear grievous against the BLM constantly. There's "” and I think there's p ...
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Krauthammer on Indefinite Delay of Keystone Pipeline: "A Spit In The Eye To Canada"

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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 energy independence. But even on the terms that the opposition is arguing: greenhouse gases, it fails on its own term ...
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News of another delay in the approval process of TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline prompted the Alberta premier to issue a statement expressing his disappointment Friday. Premier Dave Hancock reacted quickly to the news that the U.S. State Department will extend the government comment period on the controversial pipeline project. That move will likely postpone a final decision on the project until after the Nov. 4 mid-term elections, despite ...
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