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The Obama Morning News || May 30, 2013

IRS chief at WH more than Cabinet members . . . Daily Caller
Conservative groups sue Holder, IRS . . . Washington Times
Poll says 76 percent want IRS special prosecutor . . . The Hill
Obama taps former Bush official for FBI . . . Washington Post
Senator questions pick’s hedge fund ties . . . Fox News
Obama criticized for excessive travel . . . New York Times

AP, NYTs won’t meet with Holder off the record . . . Daily Caller
Al Qaeda remains a major threat . . . Washington Times
The Lois Lerner state . . . Rich Lowry

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16 Responses to The Obama Morning News || May 30, 2013

  1. Interesting…
    it took the NY Slimes 5 years to realize, the “Travels of the President Under a Microscope in an Era of Belt Tightening”
    and that AF1 costs at least $180,000 per hour.

    • Holder taking a page from Obama’s book and wanting to meet the press behind closed door. It won’t work for him. It isn’t working for him.

      I’ll guess he’s wanting to stress national security which can’t be shared with the general public as the rationale for his spying on the press.

  2. WOW! Hard hitting, incisive journalism by the NY Times in the Travel story! Or was it a press release from the DNC?

    I’ll go with Door #2.

  3. Comney is a clever choice of nominee for the FBI. A Republican so how can the Republicans turn him down. If they did with the three big scandals on the burners alreadly, they’d really look obstructionist. But he’s recently worked for a hedge fund and I read on a separate story that he is anti-gun. However, he was probably chosen to bolster Obama’s claim that terrorism has been taken care of.

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