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The fresh pickings from the political grapevine democratic Massachusetts senate candidate Elizabeth Warren's self proclaimed native American ancestry.
Is in question tonight the Boston Globe issued a correction today saying neither the Paper.
Nor a prominent genealogical society has seen the eighteen on before marriage license that is reported to list Warren's great great great grandmother.
As a Cherokee.
Warn claims she is 132.
The question of her ancestry has been an issue in her campaign to unseat Republican incumbent Scott Brown.
Warren has acknowledged listing herself as some more as a minority in some instances in the past.
While other times declining to identify herself as anything other than white.
Politico reports tonight -- 1997.
Form Fordham law review piece.
Describing Warren as Harvard law school's first woman of color.
It's not clear whose description that is the authors were Harvard law news director interviewed for the piece.
Warren's campaign says the story is old and she is proud of her native American Heritage.
Critics are saying President Obama issue warning himself into the limelight by adding an Obama administration shout out.
Underneath most of the presidential biographies going back to Calvin Coolidge.
On the whitehouse dot gov website.
With the exception of Gerald Ford they did you know section appears underneath each bio.
It -- an accomplishment or factoid from the current Obama administration for example underneath Ronald Reagan's bio you find quote.
In -- in a June 281985.
Speech -- called for a fairer tax code today President Obama is calling for the same with the Buffett rule.
The hash tag Obama in history made its way around Twitter today.
And national reviewed joked quote in the twelfth century BC Moses the law giver delivered the ten commandments to the Israel Israel lights.
President Obama the law giver has add significantly to the and White House official tells fox it is a common practice to have blanks at the bottom of each page should encourage people to browse more pages on the site.
Finally a fifth grade teacher at a Georgia elementary school has apologized to parents for forcing students to sign a pledge prior to getting new year books.
Vowing not to scribbled drop pictures.
Or use unfamiliar acronyms when signing them up.
The Atlanta journal constitution pointed out the irony considering the fifth graders class T shirts say see you later spelled in text short.
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