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We're keeping the fun rolling

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The Offer Expires Tonight

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Obama's Most Valuable Political Tool

Dear Jolt Aficionados, While Big Jim plays hookey on the beaches of the Palmetto State, we'll pull a Manny Mota and pinch hit. If this email is difficult to read, view it on the web .   March 31, 2015     Morning Jolt ... with Jim Geraghty       Dear Jolt Aficionados, While Big Jim plays hookey on the beaches of the Palmetto State, we'll pull a Manny Mota and pinch hit. There's lots going on today at, and let's go to the obvious: The top piece on the home page is " Obama's Chicago Presidency " by Victor Davis Hanson. I like this selection: Malice is a valuable political tool for Barack Obama. Benjamin Netanyahu apparently bothered President Obama. What could that possibly entail, giv