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And now some fresh pickings from the political great -- Newt Gingrich says he's staying in the presidential race to give voters a choice.
However taxpayers don't have a choice about footing the bill for his Secret Service detail.
The daily caller reports back in 2008 the Secret Service said security protection for each candidate was costing roughly 38000 dollars each day.
The government watchdog group is now calling on Gingrich to give up the security detail calling it a waste of taxpayer money.
Gingrich's camp disagrees.
Saying any candidate who qualifies for protection should have it.
Senate majority leader Harry Reid cited seniors law.
Love of junk mail and urging postal reform on the senate floor Wednesday.
Talking about seniors.
Seniors love to get them.
It's sometimes -- only way of communicating the feeling they're part of the real world.
Actually the nation's largest opt out service tells fox one and a half million people have chosen to decline receiving junk mail.
A decent percentage of which are seniors.
Who don't want their mailboxes -- Catalog choice is chuck teller adds there's also the issue of identity theft with seniors being targeted through deceptive man hours.
Finally that new car smell just got some competition.
PC magazine reports a -- maker has concocted an aroma that includes all the elements of on raping a new apple laptop.
Complete with a plastic packaging ink on the card board and the smell of new aluminum.
Don't plan combined effort rents for your inner nerd just yet though it was specifically designed for an exhibition in Australia.
And as of now will not be hitting retail shelves.
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