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And now the most compelling two minutes in television the latest from the political grapevine.
The author of a new book about the Clinton White House years says she was Stonewall -- -- attempt to get information and the Clinton presidential library in Arkansas Sally but -- Smith author of for love and politics.
Says her request from memos -- records dealing with Hillary Clinton's role as First Lady were denied.
-- magazine in my reports -- National Archives says barely one half of 1% of the 78 million pages of documents and twenty million emails stored in the library are open to the public.
Nearly 300 Freedom of Information Act requests are pending for Clinton documents.
An archive spokeswoman says it is hard to predict if any of the material will be released before next year's election.
In the past Bill Clinton has blamed the bush administration for the backlog -- those as it documents.
It documents it uncovered indicate that mr.
Clinton gave the archives private instructions to tightly control.
The release of presidential documents this despite promises of transparency by Hillary Clinton who once said about the library quote everything's going to be available in quote.
And environmental scientist and professor emeritus at the University of California Santa Barbara.
Says that most scientific evidence suggests global warming will not have serious effects on life on earth.
Daniel -- writes in the Wall Street Journal's website that many scientists ignore evidence that contradicts alarmist dogma.
But -- says that while the United Nations suggest up to 30%.
A plant and animal I could become extinct because of climate change the reality is that almost none of the millions of species have disappeared during that -- Past two and a half million years.
But all of its various warming and cooling period.
He says fear is it warming will lead to fresh epidemics of diseases such as malaria and encephalitis.
Our debunked by research indicating temperature changes do not affect distribution or frequency of those diseases.
And the British author Doris Lessing who won the Nobel Prize for literature or this month says the 9/11 attacks were not so bad.
When compared to what -- Irish Republican Army did to Britain that's in tells us Spanish newspaper quote September 11 -- terrible but if one goes back over the history of the IRA what happened to the Americans wasn't that terrible some Americans will think I'm crazy many people died too proud of buildings fell but it was Nader is terrible or is extraordinary as they think.
There are very night people or they pretend to be.
For the record almost 3000 died on 9/11 about 3700 died and IRA violence but that was over more than thirty years.
A post office and paso -- California is taken down pictures of local military personnel serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
After -- by one person that the -- pro war.
-- -- reports indicate the photos have been up for several years.
But after the complaint postal officials said the pictures violate policy against non postal business material residents are outraged complained to the post office and their congressman.
Republican Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield says he's trying to get the pictures put back up even means changing federal postal regulations.
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