Here are some other highlights and headlines that I noticed over at Ransom Notes Radio:
President Obama was asked to outline his foreign policy… With a piece of chalk… On the sidewalk. (cbsnews)
In 20 percent of American families, no one works. (Is that the same thing as not having a job, or does it include people like Joe Biden?) (CNSNews)
John Kerry said that he never used the term “apartheid” to describe Israel, right before he apologized for using “apartheid”. He was, evidently, for the term before he was against it. (The Israeli’s were also wondering: Was Kerry born without a personality, or is he just suffering from an extreme case of elitism?) (FoxNews)
Gunmen are taking control of Eastern Ukraine. Despite not being allowed to own firearms, armed thugs have targeted political officials, and systematically wreaked havoc on whole communities. But, other than that, it doesn’t have a whole lot in common with Chicago. (Independent.co.uk)
A California politician who is in a same-sex relationship apparently isn’t gay enough for California Democrats, because he has an “R” in front of his name. In fact, there’s been some nasty attack ads from LGBT (or, whatever) groups. Apparently, “tolerance” cannot tolerate Republicans. (FoxNews)
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