Must Read- Feb. 24, 2014: Downtown Drinking, Threats to TV station over Obamacare Ads
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During Missouri GOP's Lincoln Days, over the weekend, it was said that Republicans need to unite or the party will not be able to win elections.
- Missouri Republicans seeks a truce- with themselves. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
- GOP leaders to party: unify or fail. (Missourinet)
- GOP seeks unity among members at Lincoln Days. (News-Leader)
Tonight is the first reading in Springfield to relax liquor licenses in downtown Springfield.
Gov. Scott Walker refused to talk about secret emails saying that it's an old story.
- Scott Walker on Fox News dodges questions on secret emails. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
There's a flaw in the most recent Apple software, so they have released a software update patch to keep your personal information from hackers.
- Here's why you should update your iPhone iOS software right now. (MyFox8)
- iPhone may be vulnerable to hacker attack, Apple issues fix. (USA Today)
A Michigan woman was featured in a television ad saying she kicked off her insurance because of Obamacare. Democrat Rep. Gary Peters and the media are teaming up to call this woman a liar.
- Cancer, Obamacare victim at center of political storm. (Washington Free Beacon)
- A hard-hitting anti-Obamacare ad makes a claim that doesn't add up. (Washington Post)
- Cancer patients defends Obamacare criticism after Dem goes after ad. (Fox News)
Rep. Gary Peters is threatening to use the FCC to shut down television stations that run this ad.
- Dems try to use FCC to censor anti-Obamacare ads. (Town Hall)
- Letter from counsel representing Rep. Gary Peters. (Americans for Prosperity)
These threats are interesting after an FCC commissioner announced plans they had (which have in turn be canceled now due to outcry) that they would require news rooms to explain why they cover news the way they do.
- The FCC wades into the newsroom. (Wall Street Journal)
- Meet the FCC commissioner who's blowing the Whistle on his own agency's planned study of newsrooms. (The Blaze)
After TN Volkswagen plan workers said "no thanks" to the UAW, they claim that the GOP interfered with this vote.
- Americans rising up against government. (USA Today)