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Obama Schedule || Friday, May 6, 2011

The Fort Campbell visit includes a meeting with SEAL team members who participated in the killing of Bin Laden. 9:30 am || Departs White House 11:20 am || Arrives Indianapolis 11:55 am || Tours Allison Transmission Headquarters 12:15 pm || Delivers remarks to workers at Allison Transmission Headquarters 1:30 pm || Departs Indianapolis 1:25 pm CT || Arrives Fort Campbell, Kentucky 2:55 pm CT|| Delivers

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Obama’s Victory Lap Taking Shape

First, there was the dramatic presidential late Sunday evening announcement of Bin Laden’s death. OK, fair enough. And there’s also today’s trip to Ground Zero. Fine. Presidential healing is in order. But then there was also Monday’s briefing by White House Counterterrorism adviser John Brennan. As one of our readers, Langley Barfly, points out, since this was a military operation, the initial briefing about the raid

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Show us the Photos! Obama’s Epic Error

Obama’s decision not to release the death photos of Osama Bin Laden is an egregious mistake that raises, not lowers, the danger to the United States. This is a decision born in fear, and the United States should never be projecting fear. It tempts the wolves who prowl at our door. Let’s take a look at Obama’s rationale for keeping the photos from the public,

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Obama Morning News || Thursday, May 5, 2011

After releasing a substantial amount of information quickly about the raid on Bin Laden’s lair – some of which had to be corrected – the White House has gone dark, saying there will be no more details and no death photos. Reuters released photos of the results of the attack. Warning: they are quite graphic. Time describes how President Obama was able to watch the

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Quote of the Day

“Let’s just say the photo didn’t show his good side.” – Jay Carney A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote.

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