SEAL Behind the Bin Laden Tell-All Gives Detailed ‘60 Minutes’ Interview in Disguise
September 10, 2012
You are about to meet one of the men who shot Osama bin Laden. Mark Owen recently left the Navy's elite counterterrorism unit, SEAL Team 6. Mark Owen is not his real name. It is the name that he used to write a new book about the assault on bin Laden's compound called "No Easy Day." Owen was on the helicopter that crashed into the compound. He was the second man in bin Laden's bedroom. And he took the pictures of the body that the world has never seen.
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As Twitchy reported, blogger Caleb Howe got to work early fixing Organizing for Action’s magical graph showing the dream world result of raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour. Here's how to improve our economy and create hundreds of thousands of jobs: #RaiseTheWage. OFA.BO/tXMYUq http://t.co/UDTcTSaqZJ— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 04, 2013 Fortunately, he wasn’t […]
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@BarackObama, the Twitter account operated by Organizing for Action, recently tweeted this bit of dream-world ridiculousness: Here's how to improve our economy and create hundreds of thousands of jobs: #RaiseTheWage. OFA.BO/tXMYUq http://t.co/UDTcTSaqZJ— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 04, 2013 Blogger Caleb Howe and the “Underpants Gnome” got to work and fixed it: FIFY. MT @BarackObama Here's […]
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