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And now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
Despite living in this country illegally president Obama's -- will remain in the US for at least another ten months.
-- Tony -- young go appealed her deportation order today she lost her initial bid for asylum more than four years ago.
But has continued to live in public housing in Boston.
The judge pushed back her case until next February because of his packed schedule.
I'm young go who is a Kenyan citizen wore a curly red wig fur coat and sunglasses to the hearing.
The president has said that laws covering her situation should be followed.
The head of the conference of Catholic bishops is the latest to criticize the University of Notre Dame for inviting pro choice President Obama.
To speak at its commencement and met.
-- site news.com.
Reports Chicago archbishop cardinal Francis George said during a conference Saturday that the school quote.
Brought extreme embarrassment to many many people who are Catholic it is clear that Notre Dame didn't understand what it means to be Catholic when they issued this invitation.
The cardinal urged Catholics to call email and write letters of disappointment to the university but said he did not expect the invitation to be withdrawn.
Some rights groups are claiming President Obama has violated the First Amendment.
And are demanding the White House rescind new rules that bar lobbyists from calling or meeting with government employees when trying to -- stimulus money.
The Washington times reports on the unusual group getting together on this issue.
The American civil civil liberties union citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington.
And the American league of lobbyists.
All say the rules are unfair quote.
Banning lobbyists often people with experience and subject matter expertise.
Actually may inhibit the speedy and responsible expenditure of funds on worthy projects and applicants.
Lobbyists cannot discuss specific projects with the administration officials under these new rules but can submit their thoughts in writing.
A White House spokesman says the administration stands by its decision quote the goal is full transparency that's entirely consistent with the First Amendment.
And finally a glowing firsthand account.
By the reigning miss universe on her visit to the Guantanamo Bay detention facility has been removed from her blog.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- An incredible experience adding quote I didn't want to leave it was such a relaxing place so calm and beautiful.
We visited the detain these camps and we saw the jails where they -- or how they -- create themselves with movies classes of art.
Books it was very interest stick.
The detention center has drawn -- condemnation from around the world -- actually her comments sparked debate the miss universe organization has released a statement defending the.
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