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Any one, or all of these stories may be the most important of the year: the Benghazi attack and cover-up, the IRS targeting of conservative organizations, Kathleen Sebelius's attempt to shake down private corporations. Yet in today's edition (May 13), there is not a word about Benghazi, not a word about the IRS outrage (except for a syndicated column), and not a word about the HHS secretary pressuring private companies to contribute financial support for Obamacare.

Sadly, I can only assume that your editorial decisions to ignore these stories is political. And now it comes to light that the Department of Justice has been tapping phone records of The Associated Press. Wake up! "First they came for the Jews and I said nothing ..."

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Martin Robinson

Prospect Heights

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