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Time now for hits and misses of the week -- first you.
Well Indiana Democrats are apparently trying to outdo their Wisconsin counterparts for how long you can camp out.
In Illinois to invade your constitutional responsibility to vote on legislation.
They left the state to avoid some right to work legislation and stayed -- to -- some education legislation.
And out altogether -- and and it in conjunction with what's going on in other states state Democrats seem to be sending a message that they're going to be the last public employers to give up their right to strike OK what's so great of an Illinois and equipment and so.
This -- -- -- reporter in Santiago asked President Obama to apologize for US support of Augusto Pinochet the anti Communist military dictator.
He said I can only speak to the policies of the present and the future not the past.
It was a perfect for but noncommittal.
Odd but tough firm.
I am -- sore -- to the president for finally breaking the apology habits right.
Matt -- that the federal judge judge Denny Chin who this week put the kibosh on Google's plans to create the world's biggest digital library and bookstore.
He's had a deal between Google and group of publishers was not legal because it gave Google would de facto monopoly to profit from the work of authors without their -- permission.
Is that -- victory for -- -- -- for an idea that goes back several centuries did before the visual age which is copyright laws.
And that's -- property protections yes all politics is local here for us writers on it comes to copyright protected -- take that are right and remember if you have your own hit or miss please send it to us at JER -- foxnews.com.
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Slash journal that's it for this week's edition of The Journal Editorial Report thanks to my panel.
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