Poll: 35 Percent Support Obama Impeachment, Rand Paul Blasts Racist Drug Laws, Congress Banned from Editing Wikipedia: P.M. Links


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    In a CNN poll, 35 percent of respondents supported impeaching President Obama. A senior adviser to Obama said that the White House is taking Republican threats of impeachment seriously.

  • "Race still plays a role in the enforcement of the law," said Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) in a speech in Cincinnati today, decrying bad drug laws and making an appeal to minority voters.
  • Wikipedia has banned computers at the House of Representatives from editing articles following "persistent disruptive" behavior that included prank changes like describing Donald Rumsfeld as an "alien lizard."
  • As the death toll in Gaza approaches 850 people, Israel rejected a ceasefire plan, saying that Secretary of State John "Kerry's proposal leans (too much) towards Hamas's demands."
  • The Pentagon announced that Russia today might be in the process of transfering heavy-caliber multiple-launch rocket systems to pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine. 
  • The trigger-happy Albuquerque Police Department has agreed to a deal with the Department of Justice by which an independent monitor will make sure the cops stop killing so many people.
  • The black box of the Air Algeria plane has been found.
  • Pope Francis is coming to the U.S. in 2015.