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Front Page: Barack and Michelle Go For the Gold in Denmark

  • Michelle Obama promises "take no prisoners" when she and Barack go to Denmark Thursday with hopes of nabbing the 2016 Olympics for Chicago. — CNN
  • The US plans to economically isolate Iran if the country does not allow international inspectors in to examine its nuclear program. — Washington Post
  • At least 240 people have died in the Philippines as a result of severe flooding. — Wall Street Journal
  • An overreach by Roman Polanski's lawyer may have been behind the director's arrest. — NY Daily News
  • Predictably, abortion is complicating the healthcare debate. — New York Times
  • Things are looking good for German Chancellor Angela Merkel, after she won re-election over the weekend. — New York Times
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bellaressa bellaressa 7 years
There's the belt again. I am hoping we get the bid but I am not hopeful.
Mädchen Mädchen 7 years
Thanks, Tres. :)
Love-and-Sex Love-and-Sex 7 years
Hey Mädchen! I just added a link to some good commentary on her re-election! Thanks :)
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 7 years
what in holy fashion police is MO wearing, please tell me she got dressed in that for a joke.
Mädchen Mädchen 7 years
Still nothing about the German elections? Angela Merkel has been reelected, so nothing new there, but it looks like Germany will have its first openly gay foreign minister (Secretary of State), Guido Westerwelle, that's sort of exciting, right? More on this here:
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