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Samuel L. Jackson weighs in on contentious U.S.-Canada women’s soccer game

http://twitter.com/#!/SamuelLJackson/status/232586494349549568 As Twitchy reported earlier, the U.S. defeated Canada in the women’s soccer semifinals today after going into double overtime. Many Canadians are suspicious about the referee’s motives, believing that she openly favored the U.S. team. Enter Samuel L. Jackson to settle the debate once and for all: Don't know enuf about Soccer refs to […]

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Oh dear: Incoming Lockheed CEO resigns over office affair; Updated

http://twitter.com/#!/defense_news/status/267019432285573121 Fresh on the heels of the news that CIA Director David Petraeus is resigning allegedly over an extramarital affair, Lockheed Martin has announced that its incoming CEO Chris Kubasik has resigned over an inappropriate office relationship. I wonder how long Lockheed has been sitting on this announcement waiting for just the right moment… read.bi/S61kuJ — […]

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WHOOPS! Hey New Republic, that’s not Jerry Falwell Jr.

Earlier today, Donald Trump earned the endorsement of Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University and the son of the late Jerry Falwell: But the New Republic ran a photo of the father instead: Whoops! Exit question: Will the endorsement help? Read more: http://twitchy.com/2016/01/26/whoops-hey-new-republic-thats-not-jerry-falwell-jr/

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Tone-deaf: Colorado Sen. Udall hopes Romney runs into “hurricane”

http://twitter.com/#!/BenMcKee/status/265344044379553792 “He’s going to run into a hurricane on Tuesday here, right?” – Sen. Mark Udall RE Romney. weird analogy… — Sam Levin (@SamTLevin) November 5, 2012 At least two attendees of President Obama’s late-night campaign event in Aurora, Colorado found U.S. Sen. Mark Udall’s reference to an election-day “hurricane” against Romney odd and ill-timed. […]

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Rep. John Garamendi claims preventive health care saves money, reduces deficit

http://twitter.com/#!/RepGaramendi/status/311628989401796609 This is one of those urban legends that almost all liberals assume is true. Granted, there are a few types of preventive care, like vaccines, that can reduce health care costs.. But there are thousands of expensive diagnostics, drugs, and other “preventive” health care services that are cost-additive.  The idea that spending vast sums […]

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