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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine geniuses may have walked on the Sea of Galilee of -- congressman Kevin Yoder -- Naked in it.
Kansas Republican has apologized for the incident that took place last August during a private congressional fact finding trip to Israel.
Politico first reported that more than twenty people participated in the late night's win.
Including other lawmakers and some staff though Yoder was the only one to actually take a swim and all that god gave him.
House majority leader Eric Cantor who was the senior most Republican lawmaker on the trip dressed down the lawmakers the following morning.
Saying the event was distracting from the trip's purpose.
A Newsweek is no stranger to controversy in this week's cover is no exception.
Neil Ferguson -- piece titled hit the road Barack why we need a new president is making some waves to say the least.
Ferguson argues quote Obama has broken his promises.
And it's clear that the GOP tickets path to prosperity is our only hope.
The left is predictably crying fall the New York Times Paul Krugman says Ferguson is misrepresenting the facts in.
The magazine should issue -- correction.
Ferguson responded by saying you know you have hit a target when Paul Krugman takes time out from his hiking holiday.
To write a rebuttal.
And finally -- Kentucky rancher is turning to candy.
As a way to get around high corn prices caused by the drought local media reports Joseph Watson says.
He is head to look for other sources of nutrition for his counts he's mixing secondhand candy.
With an ethanol byproduct of the mineral -- -- says.
The cows are putting on weight and showing no health problems so far.
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