April 21, 2014

The Clips – Kasich Budget Edition – March 16, 2011

Kasich Budget Release

Ohio Newspaper Coverage

Revolution 2.0 in Egypt: Mubarak to Step Down Say Reports

The Twittersphere has been blowing up for a coupla hours from good sources that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak may step down in a matter of hours. Below are some clips from trusted news sources. You can decide for yourself whether you believe it or not – or just wait and see what happens.

If Mubarak does step down, it will be a remarkable event. A revolution – what Wael Ghonim the Google exec turned activist calls Revolution 2.0 – has occurred in what is essentially a police state. In an interview on CNN last night Ghonim captures the spirit of a revolution enabled by the internet and hundreds of thousands of young Egyptians who have just had enough and are willing to sacrifice for freedom:

Latest Headlines from Egypt as of Noon E.S.T.

President Obama: Day One News Roundup

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Obama Inauguration: News Roundup – Stories From Around the Planet

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New York Times

mallcrowdWashington Post

withcongress1Chicago Tribune

Other U.S. & World Coverage

Sen. Ted Kennedy Collapses at Inaugural Lunch

Update 2: Kennedy Talks to Medical Personnel; Told Dodd He didn’t want to go to hospital

CNN reporting Kennedy’s doctor says seizure brought on by fatigue. Senator will overnight in hospital for observation and is expected to be released in the a.m.

Update:

CNN & House Chaplain: Kennedy had seizure during luncheon; House chaplain says Kennedy “responded well” to paramedics … developing

Developing … CNN