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Scott Walker Is King of Kochworld

Scott Walker Is King of Kochworld

By Deb Milbrath 27/02/2015 13:04

On a sunny Saturday in September 2009, with Wisconsin in the throes of Tea Party fervor, conservative starlet Michelle Malkin fired up a crowd of thousands at a lakefront park in Milwaukee with rhetoric about White House czars and union thugs and the “culture of dependency that they have rammed down our throats.”

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Big US, Canadian shopping malls: Next terrorist target?

Big US, Canadian shopping malls: Next terrorist target?

By John Cole 27/02/2015 11:57

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says he’s “confident” that big shopping malls will enhance security measures in the wake of new threats of attack by Al Shabab, an Al Qaeda-linked extremist group based in Somalia.Still, Secretary Johnson said on CNN Sunday, "Anytime a terrorist organization calls for an attack on a specific place, we've got to take that seriously." Johnson spoke on five Sunday morning TV news programs.

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Capital Journal: Net Neutrality Rules Set Stage for Legal Battles

Capital Journal: Net Neutrality Rules Set Stage for Legal Battles

By Rob Rogers 27/02/2015 11:42

The Federal Communications Commission set aside two decades of laissez-faire policy yesterday to assert broad authority over the Internet, voting to regulate broadband providers as public utilities and overruling laws in two states that made it harder for cities to offer their own Web service.

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Hey Boston, Alaska called. It wants its snow and cold weather back

Hey Boston, Alaska called. It wants its snow and cold weather back

By Ed Gamble 27/02/2015 11:33

Starting sometime in December, the Alaskan winter packed up and left the state, like an indignant teenager running away from home. No one knew where it was headed until late January, when the Frontier State's typical winter climate suddenly turned up moved more than 3,000 miles southeast, in southern New England.

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