Low Popahirum, National Edition (3-11-14)

“With the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, the world holds its collective breath. Where is the plane? What happened to its 239 passengers? Was this terrorism? Mechanical failure? Or something else entirely?” – Breitbart

“North Carolina Senate candidate Greg Brannon (R) is hoping to follow in the steps of Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) — and wants to make sure everyone knows.” – The Hill

What does that even mean? That some shall-remain-unnamed Republican colleague literally told her, presumably when asked why he supported the one percent budget cut to the federal food stamp program recently passed in the farm bill or why he did not support extending unemployment benefits or something, that his entire party’s policy platform is based off of its collective and utter indifference to the plight of families in poverty?” – Hot Air

Democrats and Republicans are giving Senator Ted Cruz strong reviews for his speech Saturday to the annual Gridiron dinner, a comedic event at the Gridiron club for journalists in Washington, D.C.” – National Review

“‘I don’t appreciate it,’ Brownback said of Cruz’s speech on Fox. ‘I understand why people do that, but Bob Dole is a great American . You can disagree with him on policy, but he’s the iconic figure of the World War II generation. He’s a wonderful man. He led the Senate for a good period of time.'” – PJ Media

“The head of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday sharply accused the CIA of violating federal law and undermining the constitutional principle of congressional oversight as she detailed publicly for the first time how the agency secretly removed documents from computers used by her panel to investigate a controversial interrogation program.” – Washington Post

“A slew of shockingly weak data from China and Japan has led to a sharp sell-off in Asian stock markets and the biggest one-day crash in iron ore prices since the Lehman crisis, calling into question the strength of the global recovery.” – UK Telegraph

The top referrer to Healthcare.gov right now is the website Funny or Die. That’s according to White House senior communications advisor Tara McGuinness.” – Weekly Standard

A fat cat with a bad attitude attacked a baby and forced a Portland family to hide in a bedroom before calling 911. Police were called out to deal with the crazed kitty at The Yards at Union Station complex on Northwest Naito Parkway just before 8 p.m. Sunday.” – Pix11.com

“Now they don’t want to make it an actual against-the-law crime, but they do want to stigmatize the word, such that, you know, you’ve committed a social crime if you call the person who’s trying to control your expression ‘bossy.’ There should be consequences, you see, for saying the B-word.” – Ace Of Spades

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