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Real Headlines at POLITICO

“Newt goes on the attack” Oh, is he running for something? Advertisements

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JoeBlog

“Morning” Joe Scarborough received his very own POLITICO blog on Feb. 13. In that time, he’s made six entries. In the first week he contributed five (very dumb) entries, and since then just two. What was the point of this?

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Bankers Have Hurt Fee Fee’s

Looks like Obama is gonna face the wrath of bankers across Wall Street: NEW YORK — Profits and bonuses are down across Wall Street. Banks are slicing jobs and shuttering once profitable trading units in the face of new regulations. But the financial services … Continue reading

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POLITICO Annexes Scarborough Country

Ugh. My new POLITICO blog, all I ever needed By JOE SCARBOROUGH | 2/13/12 1:07 AM EST Thanks so much for taking a look at my Politico blog. Like Navin R. Johnson seeing his name in the phone book for the first … Continue reading

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Yawn

I was going to do a takedown of an opinion piece at POLITICO by hack pollster Doug Schoen, who whines about everyone ignoring those elusive “independent” voters. It’s the same bullshit over and over again, and nobody really cares what … Continue reading

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Good News Is Relative: Stocks Close At Highest Level Since ’08

From POLITICO: Markets rejoiced over a blockbuster jobs report out Friday, with stocks closing at their highest level since the 2008 financial meltdown. Stocks rocketed after the government said the economy added 243,000 jobs in January, beating Wall Street expectations … Continue reading

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Derp

Jim VandeHei says the sky is falling. Also, he says there’s a new CBO report that says unemployment could go back to 9 percent. His proof? Linking to an article from November saying the stimulus package boosted GDP and reduced unemployment. Why do … Continue reading

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