-Headline of the Day-
"News Corp. Ex-Employee Said Contacted in U.S."
Crikey! Things may get very bad for a certain Australian gazillionaire very quickly -- or, as they say down under, "Rupert Murdoch could find himself in a tin of Alice's biscuits right spot Roger Winkly." Something like that anyway.
It seems the feds would like to have a word with "a former [News Corp.] employee of a U.S. unit who claims knowledge of illegal activity at the company." The said former employee, one Robert Emmel, a former account director at News America Marketing In-Store LLC, has firsthand knowledge of "hacking and possible violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act."
A News Corp. spokesperson is blowing this off as trivial, but keep in mind that distortion is what News Corp. employees do. (Bloomberg)
-Mad Tea Party-
The Tea Party came to shake this up in Washington!
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Boy, did they ever... (McClatchy)
"Perry's Problem: Move To The Right On Social Security, Move To The Bottom In The General Election."
Rick Perry's numbers have been dropping like a stone since his Social Security views started getting coverage.
Seems people like socialism a lot more than Republicans think. (Talking Points Memo)