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- Russia is
sending warships to the Mediterranean, while China is
warning the US government not to conduct airstrikes in Syria.
Donald Rumsfeld doesn’t
think the Obama Administration has made the case justifying
military intervention in the country. President Obama has
reportedly not yet decided on the response to chemical weapons
use in Syria, though he appears a lot more confident the Syrian
gassed its own people than US intelligence officials, who don’t
believe their case is a “slam
dunk.” The United Kingdom
announced it would release some of its own intelligence on
chemical weapons use in Syria later today, while the French defense
insists his country’s military is ready to strike. UN
plan to be done with their own investigation on chemical
weapons use in Syria by Saturday, although the State Department has
signaled it won’t wait for the UN on a potential military
strike against Syria. John Boehner,
meanwhile, sent a letter to the president asking 14 questions
about possible military intervention in Syria, while other members
of Congress are
taking the same stance Obama did as a senator; that the
president requires Congressional approval before commititng to any
- NSA analysts
apparently use the tools at their disposal to spy on their love
interests so much the practice has a code name in the agency:
LoveINT, or Love Intelligence.
- The IRS’ targeting of Tea Party groups has
provided a boon in recruitment and participation for those
- Republicans in the Missouri legislature ought to have the votes
override the governor’s veto of a bill that would nullify
federal gun laws.
- Authorities in California are
using a predator drone to conduct surveillance on the ongoing
- Kim Jong-Un’s ex-girlfriend was reportedly
executed on porn charges three days after her arrest.
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