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LIVE AT FIVE – 2.14.11

Posted on | February 14, 2011 | 5 Comments

Or, as we call it in the Wombat’s tribe, Bitter Singles Day.
Because we’re surly like that.

Egyptian Military Dissolves Parliament

Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed al-Beltagy is lifted at a demonstration on Tahrir Square.

Once-banned political parties revive, gather strength to rule Egypt

Middle East Nations Struggle To Contain Unrest
From Algeria to Iran, protesters take to the streets

GOP, Independents Blast Proposed Budget
Boehner: “He’s going to present a budget tomorrow that will continue to destroy jobs by spending too much, borrowing too much, and taxing too much.’’

GOP Leaders Split On Obama’s Handling Of Egypt Crisis
Boehner: “I think they’ve handled what is a very difficult situation about as well as it could be handled.”

Speaker John Boehner on Meet The (De)Press(ed)

Arizona Files Countersuit Tied To Challenge Of Its Immigration Law

State Department Reaches Out To Iranians With Farsi Twitter

Pentagon The Budget Blind Spot?

Virginia’s General Assembly Becoming More Like Congress? Actually, No

“Animal Spirits” Back In Japan?
Oil Rises Slightly As Egypt Crisis Ends
PRC Reports Smaller Trade Surplus
Nokia, Microsoft Forge Smartphone Alliance
Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Gaming Phone: Hands On
Adobe Flash: 20 Million Phones Flip Steve Jobs The Bird

Dale Earnhardt Takes Pole For Daytona 500

Dale Earnhardt Jr.: ready for his comeback

NASCAR goes down memory lane for #3, but the real story is in the rules changes

Hype Can’t Save Heat From Celtics

Wizards End Road Losing Streak Against Hapless Cavs (Video)

Pujols Rejects Cards’ Offer, Suspends Contract Talks For The Season

Christina Aguilera Redeems Herself At Grammys

Christina Aguilera en fuego

Brings down the house with cover of “Ain’t No Way”

2011 Grammys Belong To Arcade Fire, Lady Antebellum

Esperanza Spalding Beats Out Justin Bieber For Best New Artist

A Night Full Of Upsets At The Grammys

Charlie Sheen Has The Midas Chomp

Kate Hudson Shows Off Her Baby Bump

Jennifer Aniston Celebrates Her 42nd With Jake Gyllenhaal

Liz Taylor Hospitalized For Congestive Heart Failure

Lindsay Lohan’s Bad Taste In Jewelry May Be Best Defense For Felony Charges

Palestinian Authority Dismisses Cabinet
Thousands Of Italian Women Protest Berlusconi
11 Killed, 29 Injured At Nigerian Election Rally
Iran Opposition Renews Calls For Rally; Government Forbids Protests
FARC Reneges On Promise, Frees Only One Hostage
Pakistan And The U.S.: Who’ll Blink First?

Gateway Pundit: Obama Thanks Youth For Votes, Cuts Pell Grants
American Power: CPAC And The Muslim Brotherhood
Cubachi: Jeff Flake To Run For Senate Seat Being Vacated By Jon Kyl
iOwnTheWorld: Meathead Press
Outside The Beltway: Egyptian Military Reaffirms Treaty With Israel
Commentary: How To Think About The Tea Party
Colby Cosh: Pull The Other One, Pullman
Don Surber: Silence Is Golden
Dan Collins: $70 Billion Hardly Enough For Leading Ungrateful Egyptians For 30 Years

— compiled by Wombat-socho
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