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Susan Rice as national security adviser? U.N. ambassador said to be front-runner

RightMarch March 10, 2013

Colum Lynch at The Washington Post reports: Susan E. Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations who lost out in a bruising bid for the job of secretary of state, may have the last laugh. Rice has emerged as far and away the front-runner to succeed Thomas E. Donilon as President Obama’s national security… Continue Reading »

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GOP blast ICE over document previewing release of 1,000 detainees every week

RightMarch March 10, 2013

Fox News reports: House Republicans renewed their complaints about the Obama administration’s move to release illegal immigrants from local jails over budget cuts, after obtaining an Immigration and Customs Enforcement document that appeared to detail plans to release 1,000 detainees every week. The one-page document, obtained and published by the House Judiciary Committee, includes a… Continue Reading »

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South Dakota Passes Law to Let School Employees Carry Guns

RightMarch March 10, 2013

John Eligon at The New York Times reports: South Dakota became the first state in the nation to enact a law explicitly authorizing school employees to carry guns on the job, under a measure signed into law on Friday by Gov. Dennis Daugaard. Passage of the law comes amid a passionate nationwide debate over arming… Continue Reading »

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Meet Barack Obama’s Older Brother, Who Wants To Be President (of Kenya)

RightMarch March 10, 2013

Angella Johnson at the UK Daily Mail reports: For the briefest moment, Malik Obama’s eyes reflect resentment through the lenses of his metal- framed glasses. He is fed up with people criticising him for trying to cash in on his younger half-brother’s famous name. ‘It’s also my name and my birthright. Let’s not forget that… Continue Reading »

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Idaho ‘fetal pain’ abortion law is struck down

RightMarch March 10, 2013

Kathryn Smith at Politico reports: Abortion rights advocates are claiming a first-round victory Thursday after an Idaho judge struck down a state law banning most abortions after 20 weeks — the first ruling about one of the “fetal pain” laws that a growing number of states have enacted. “This ruling is a warning to other… Continue Reading »

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