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And now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
A report by the nonpartisan group.
By a nonpartisan group says house Ways and Means Committee chairman Charlie Rangel failed to report acquiring owning or disposing of assets a total of 28 times during the past thirty years.
Researchers with the sunlight Foundation's -- assets worth between 239026.
Dollars and 831000.
Dollars appear or disappear with no disclosure of one they were acquired.
How long they were held or when they were sold.
The New York Democrat is currently under investigation by the ethics committee for a variety of other issues the New York Post reports he dismissed the finding as a cheap political stunt.
John dean in the Nixon White House counsel who testified against the president and his men during the Watergate scandal has a few choice words for the New York Times last Sunday the newspaper published a 1600 word front page story.
Describing how Watergate historians have come over the years to entertain quote rival visions of dean's role in the scandal.
With some announcing dean as quote a primary architect of the cover up who saved himself by deflecting guilt.
In a posting on the daily beast website Wednesday that runs 2600.
Dean likens the times to the national inquirer and suggests the paper of record published the story because it is quote still after all these decades smarting from.
Finding itself scooped by the Washington Post on the Watergate story.
Dean was disbarred after pleading guilty over Watergate but still writes and speaks on legal issues for some media media outlets.
A time spokesman told Fox News the papers stands by its story.
As you might have heard order not heard as the case may be president Obama has shied away from using the phrase war on terror since taking office.
Newsweek magazine reports his national security officials have had brainstorming sessions to craft a different way to describe America's efforts to defeat al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups.
One administration official involved says quote.
We're trying to come up with a phrase that better articulate so hopeful message.
But Nile -- of the conservative Heritage Foundation says quote.
This is not the time to be engaging in a cynical PRX -- to exercise.
Which will only serve to soften America's images in the eyes of its worst enemies.
And newly appointed energy secretary Stephen -- tells the Los Angeles Times that California's farms and vineyards could vanish by the end of the century because of global warming.
Quote I don't think the American public has gripped in -- got what could happen we're looking at a scenario where there's no more agriculture in California.
I don't actually see how they can keep their cities going.
The top Republican on the Senate environment committee Oklahoma's James in off response quote.
I am hopeful secretary to we'll take note of the real world that.
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