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People' touched our common desire to relate to others with love and caring, and I've always tried to express this in my renditions of this magical song," Streisand said in a statement. Garland, too, felt the magic of "Over the Rainbow," which was
Mattis is credited by some National Security Council staff with blocking an executive order that would have reopened CIA " black sites ." Trump has said the Pentagon chief convinced him it wasn't necessary to bring back banned torture techniques like waterboarding
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Arianna Huffington, founder and editor-in-chief of the The Huffington Post, called the Obama campaign's decision to tout the assassination of Osama bin Laden in a campaign advertisement "despicable." Guest host Col Hunt could not belive his ears that one of the biggest liberals around sided with Mitt Romney on the Ad and called it despicable.
Avi Nelson talks about the Gettysburg Address and high unemployment rate for female veterans.
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WikiLeaks has dropped its bombshell cache of U.S. diplomatic cables, ripping the cloak off scores of secret deals and duds, including clandestine North Korean support for Iran and the Bush administration’s failed attempt to remove nuclear material from Pakistan. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says the leaks are an attack not only on the United States but also the international community. The Colonel agreed with Clinton that the leaks are a threat to national security. A number of callers felt that they were government spomsered and put forth conspiracy theories involving the feds.
A small, Florida-based church's plan to burn copies of the Quran on Saturday has triggered outrage in the Muslim world and a warning from the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan that it could generate a deadly backlash against Americans. Gen. David Petraeus said Tuesday that the "Burn the Koran Day" event to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks could endanger U.S. soldiers and civilians in Afghanistan and would be welcomed by Islamic extremists for its propaganda value. Should they be allowed to burn the Quran?