Low Popahirum, National Edition (1-22-14)

“Residents called it a revenge-inspired reversal of de Blasio’s oft-repeated ‘Tale of Two Cities‘ slam against then-Mayor Mike Bloomberg, who owns a town house on East 79th Street.” – NY Post

“Tim had this to share about the 7 damaging parenting behaviors that keep children from becoming leaders – of their own lives and of the world’s enterprises:” – Forbes

“A federal judge entered a temporary restraining order against Wendy Davis, candidate for Governor of Texas, during a divorce in 2003.” – Scribd

“The abortion industry is based on a lie. The abortion industry thrives on lies. The abortion industry depends on lies. The abortion industry is an Empire of Death, built upon a foundation of lies.” – Matt Walsh

“Wild dissembling and airbrushing your bio was once called, in more innocent times, lying.” – PJ Media

“Sure, her story might be a little fake, but doesn’t it accurately reflect a bunch of other people’s stories, which are the driving force behind this campaign? To paraphrase another doomed campaigner, ‘I’m not a liar. I’m you.’” – Hot Air

“But we have an excuse — we were had. By the GOP nominee, Willard ‘Mitt’ Romney, a man with apparently serious daddy issues who never should have run because, deep down, he knew he wouldn’t win. And therefore didn’t even really try.” – Michael Walsh/PJ Media

“S&P filed a declaration by McGraw yesterday in federal court in Santa Ana, California, as part of a request to force the U.S. to hand over potential evidence that the company says will support its claim that the government filed a fraud lawsuit against it last year in retaliation for its downgrade of the U.S. debt two years earlier.” – BusinessWeek

“One of the unexplained mysteries in the scanty documentation of the early life of the 44th President of the United States is the appearance of the name Soebarkah as his last name on an official document filled out by his mother.” – American Thinker

“Four-star Gen. David Patraeus and former Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker effectively predicted much of the conflict that is sweeping post-war Iraq in a 2007 report. – Daily Caller

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