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Feinberg to pay all emergency claims by Dec. 15

Mobile Press Register reports Oil spill claims czar Ken Feinberg says that he made several changes to his final claims process to answer concerns that…

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Ray Sansom lands job

Former Florida Speaker of the House Ray Sansom is now the dean of Okaloosa Academy Charter School, according to the Daily News. Read Sansom lands…

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Bush praises Obama on Facebook

George W. Bush appeared in a webcast interview with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg Monday night. He praised President Obama during the hour-long discussion on Facebook…

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Offshore drilling bill coming back

While we are still digging up oil patties on Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key, the Florida Legislature is quietly discussing a new bill on offshore…

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Best story from WikiLeaks dump

Contained in the WikiLeaks latest dump of “secret” documents is the story of Hossein Ghanbarzadeh Vahed, a 75-year-old American, who escaped Iran via horseback. Vahed…

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Lawmakers block healthcare law

The Sun-Sentinel reports that Florida legislative leaders want to block spending and rules necessary to implement the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which Congress…

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Marco Rubio: Catholic or Baptist

The New York Times looks at newly-elected U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio anhttp://www.google.com/d questions whether he is Roman Catholic or Southern Baptist. His literature identifies him…

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Meanwhile on the GOP ranch

Sarah Palin stepped into it again on Wednesday when she said that the United States has to stand with “our North Korean allies” on Glenn…

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GOP’s Lousy 2012 Candidates

The Daily Beast reports on the Republicans’ difficulty in picking its candidate to run against Pres. Barack Obama in 2012. Sarah Palin leads in a…

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