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Monday, January 13, 2014

What in the World?

Posted By on Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 11:00 AM

A roundup of the weekends highlights:

Do you really think Gov. Christie Traffic-Gate will affect his presidential chances? Jon Stewart disagrees, in what is perhaps the most apt coverage about how New Jersey Gov. Christie will be affected by revelations that his staff retaliated against a mayor who wouldn't endorse him. Summary: This whole thing will be considered business as usual for New Jersey, and will roll off the governor's back - and not slow his progress towards the White House by one iota.

West coast football showdown: Although San Diego didn't make the final round, the NFC championship game has two of the other west coast teams vying for the Super Bowl. And, proving all roads lead back to Wisconsin, um, Seattle's wonderkid QB played for the Badgers while SF's astonishing QB grew up in Milwaukee.

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