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Places I remember

For blogs, my “Blogs I Read” list in the sidebar and many of the Blogs to Note are my go to places.  But, I’m constantly on the prowl for better places to get “news” – whatever that means. As you know, I dropped Politico as a regular visit long ago, although sometimes it’s impossible not to [...]
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