Here are some other highlights and headlines that I noticed over at Ransom Notes Radio:
Both Israeli and German agencies have (apparently) spied on Hillary Clinton and John Kerry. Both nations were reluctant to admit to their clandestine search for covert US intelligence… Given who they were spying on, I have to assume they didn’t find anything.
The National Guard has been deployed to Ferguson, Missouri… And, as is generally expected in an Obama Presidency, the White House learned about this development from the press. I’m getting the feeling that Obama doesn’t even know what he does, until he watches himself do it on the nightly news.
A battle-hardened reporter embedded on the front lines of the Ferguson riots accidentally mistook foam earplugs for rubber bullets. It’s an easy mistake to make… Kinda like the mistake Huffington Post made when they mistook him for a reporter.
“Hope and Change” cocktail recipe: One bottle of grain alcohol, one flammable rag soaked in alcohol and stuffed in bottle neck. Ignite the rag, and toss at status quo.
Nancy Pelosi helped get more than a billion dollars directed to a public project, which was run by a Democrat supporting a company that her husband was heavily invested in. Something tells me she read those bills before passing them.
A 15 foot, 1,000 lbs. alligator was caught in Louisiana. The Jurassic period called; they want their reptile back.
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