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Will Jon Corzine be at Bilderberg meetup in Virginia?

Excerpt from Bilderberg former steering committee list showing Jon S. Corzine was a member. (Graphic: The US Report; from official Bilderberg website)Two sources reportedly told Alex Jones the Bilderberg Group will meet this week at Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles hotel in Chantilly, Virginia. There’s no complete guest list available to press, but a list of former and current steering committee members contains political heavyweights and uber-wealthy influencers of global policy. A few think tank wonks are also on the list.

Familiar names like Jon S. Corzine and David Rockefeller are among Bilderbergers past and present.

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What Obama should tell you in the State of the Union Address

When he delivers his State of the Union address on Tuesday, there are many things President Barack Obama should tell you.

For starters, Obama did not ‘inherit’ a mess?  He asked for one. Nobody twisted his arm to make him run for president.

President George W.  Bush asked for a mess too.

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Jacksonville mayor’s race takes on national significance ahead of 2012

Jacksonville is a big city—one of the largest in land area in the U.S. It’s also a key city in Florida elections. In 2008 voters chose Sen. John McCain (R) over then Sen. Barack Obama (D) for president by less than a 2 percent margin. Some analysts believe Jacksonville will be a key city in the 2012 General Election, and that concept is leading to speculation about the impact of Jacksonville’s elections in May when voters will select a new mayor.

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