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Now retired and living on Kaua'i. :)

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Benghazi Backfire: Fox "news" Lowest Rated Non-Holiday Week in 13 Years!

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Fox News has gone all Benghazi all of the time, and the result has been Fox’s worst rated non-holiday week with younger viewers since before 9/11/ in 2001.

According to The Wrap, “During the week of May 5, 2014 — the most recent for which numbers are available — Fox News delivered an average of 180,000 viewers in the key 25-54 demographic in live-plus-same-day measurement across the total day. That measures programming from 6 a.m. until the following 6 a.m. Fox pulled the same number the previous week, the week of April 28.”

To put this into context, Fox News only averaged 4,000 viewers on Christmas week last year. Fox’s other record low came during Christmas week in 2012. In order to find a non-holiday week where Fox News had fewer younger viewers, one has to go the whole way back to the week before the 9/11 terror attacks.

MOre..
http://www.politicususa.com/2014/05/19/benghazi-backfire-fox-news-lowest-rated-non-holiday-week-911.html



So, there's that!

Updated:



Bill R @cmpnwtr
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#JohnBoehner #GOP has contempt for father of #AmbassadorChrisStevens He would rather make money from his death pic.twitter.com/5Ykxmv2ndH @CNN
3:43 PM - 19 May 2014
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TOD

Exponentially Better Off! We have an enemy within. Thank you ProSense for all info

regarding what progress the President is doing in spite of Obstruction from hell.

There's more to this, tHp.. please see these..

SunSeeker http://www.democraticunderground.com/?com=view_post&forum=1002&pid=4973778

Swede Atlanta http://www.democraticunderground.com/?com=view_post&forum=1014&pid=803991

It's a terrible situation..

Yes, you're quite Audacious, she!

lol..


Vick C. @sonamie
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“The biggest problem we have is people giving up their own power…voluntarily not participating” ~BH Obama
5:31 AM - 19 May 2014
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TOD

Mahalo for the OP, she~GOTV2014

And, his Sister's Keeper as demonstrated by this kindly act in November 2nd, 1988, she..

Blast from the Past..


(Harvard, c 1988)

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Extracts: Mary was a newlywed and ready to move to Norway, but was stopped at the airport because she didn’t have enough money for the trip. Then a stranger turned up and paid for her.

Mary Menth Andersen was 31 years old at the time and had just married Norwegian Dag Andersen. She was looking forward to starting a new life in Åsgårdstrand in Vestfold with him. But first she had to get all of her belongings across to Norway.

At the airport in Miami things were hectic as usual, with long lines at the check-in counters. When it was finally Mary’s turn and she had placed her luggage on the baggage line, she got the message that would crush her bubbling feeling of happiness.

“You’ll have to pay a $103 surcharge if you want to bring both those suitcases to Norway,” the man behind the counter said.


Mary had no money. Her new husband had travelled ahead of her to Norway, and she had no one else to call.

“I was completely desperate and tried to think which of my things I could manage without. But I had already made such a careful selection of my most prized possessions,” says Mary.

Although she explained the situation to the man behind the counter, he showed no signs of mercy.

“I started to cry, tears were pouring down my face and I had no idea what to do. Then I heard a gentle and friendly voice behind me saying, “That’s OK, I’ll pay for her”.”

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The piece of paper said ‘Barack Obama’ and his address in Kansas, which is the state where his mother comes from. Mary carried the slip of paper around in her wallet for years, before it was thrown out.

“He was my knight in shining armor,” says Mary, smiling


MOre to the story..
TOD

Such a sweetheart, she~

We really should or just imagine we're

A Decision that helped shape Michelle Obama, she..



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WASHINGTON — She was born into the segregated Chicago of the 1960s, when public schools actively resisted integration. But in 1975, the city, under pressure to comply with the landmark Supreme Court decision desegregating public schools, opened a racially integrated high school for high achievers that changed the young woman’s life.

Michelle Robinson, a graduate of that integrated school, is now Michelle Obama, the first African-American first lady of the United States. In this season of civil rights anniversaries — in particular the 60th, on Saturday, of the 1954 decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kan. — she is talking in new and more deeply personal ways about race.


MOre..
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/16/us/a-decision-that-helped-shape-a-first-lady.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&smid=tw-nytimes&_r=0

Thank you for your interesting OP from 3chicspolitico, she~

Oh Wow, William.. I put that same pic on my FB page! Here's another one taken by my friend..



Taken just now.. synchronized humpbacks!
— with Lucy Khemka and 11 others in Kawela Bay, HI.


Not too bad a place to visit.. or even live here..

Thank you for this, josh.. From your link..

"Most of this is economic. Russia's self-imposed economic problems started pretty quickly after its annexation of Crimea in March and have kept up. Whether or not American or European governments sanction Russia's broader economy, the global investment community has a mind of its own, and they seem to have decided that Russia's behavior has made it a risky place to put money. So risky that they're pulling more money out."

Oh thank you for that, SunSeeker.. I figured there had to be some reason..

and there it is. Details that are left out when they're railing against Pres Obama for Boggs.

very Tough!
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