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1/24/2013 10:00:00 PM
Column: Hillary learned a lot from Nixon
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
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HOLLYWOOD-God bless America, and how's everybody?

Hillary Clinton dodged questions in Congress while testifying about the Libya attack Wednesday. They never laid a glove on her. Hillary started her political career on the Watergate Special Committee and she took good notes on where Nixon made his mistakes.

Hillary Clinton refused on Wednesday to completely negate the White House tale that Benghazi was a spontaneous mob reaction to a film that ridicules Muslims. The story doesn't add up. The attack was in September and Argo didn't open until October.

The Taliban confirmed they're targeting Prince Harry in Afghanistan. They're angry he killed a Taliban commander from his chopper and attributed it to his X-box skills. It has been two months since anybody pointed out the upside of violent video games.

President Obama closed out the inaugural day Monday at the Commander in Chief's Ball. He brought down the house with some intentionally awkward dance moves. The Republicans thanked him for reaching out to them and gave him another trillion until May.

Indonesian courts sentenced a British woman to death by firing squad for trying to smuggle cocaine into Bali Tuesday. They're going to shoot her for carrying cocaine into their territory. Indonesia's justice system is modeled on street corners in Los Angeles.

The Los Angeles Dodgers signed a record TV deal with Time Warner Cable this week worth eight billion dollars. The payroll is through the roof. The players are making so much money they are asking to be traded to Florida or Texas where the taxes are lower.

New York Jets owner Woody Johnson said Wednesday he was pressured into signing Tim Tebow last year. The quarterback never fit in New York, even religion-wise. There was just one statue of the Blessed Virgin where he went to school in Florida, and it's of him.

San Diego Charger Junior Seau's family sued the NFL and Riddell Helmets Tuesday for not warning players of the damage done by hits to the head. That's not true. The helmet label warns NFL players they are at risk of making a lot of money and being pursued by beautiful chicks and brain damage and nobody reads all the way to the end of the sentence.

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