Charlie's Show Prep #129
- The American Specator reports government officials told NY Times and LA Times reporters their Swift stories "presented risks for three ongoing terrorism financing investigations."
- Rick Esenberg has a great op-ed on who's to blame for Milwaukee County's financial troubles and who's playing the "role of grown-up."
- Pepsi tipped the FBI and their biggest competitor that Coca-Cola employee's were trying to sell trade secrets.
- "Skull and crossbones are really hot." But does anyone want a "Ralph Lauren skull and crossbones belt," a $19,385 Dior diamond-encrusted skull pendant, or "skull-decorated dinner plates?"
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