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TOP STORY: AIM Editor and Senior Analyst Roger Aronoff sat down with the author of SEAL Target Geronomo; The Inside Story of the Mission to Kill Osama bin Laden, Chuck Pfarrer, to better understand what occurred with the May raid. According to Aronoff, “Pfarrer described the version of events leading up to and including the death of Osama bin Laden as provided by the Obama Administration. He goes into it, point-by-point, tells why it didn’t sound right to him, and what his investigation found. His book has come under fire from people still on active duty, people Pfarrer served with in Special Forces, who now say that he has largely made up his story.”

MEDIA WATCH: While opportunities for in-depth interviews with leaders of Occupy Wall Street have been few and far between, CNN failed to ask tough questions last week. Don Irvine reports: “Last week anchor Poppy Harlow received an exclusive tour of Occupy Wall Street’s New York office and showed that while the protesters are gone from Zuccotti Park, they haven’t stopped practicing their left-wing brand of activism…CNN had a golden opportunity to ask some tough questions of the movement with regard to funding, organizational support and what their real goals are but instead just gave them a pass while peeking behind the door.”

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ELECTION 2012: There’s trouble in Trump Tower today: “Business mogul Donald Trump said Friday he might scrub a presidential debate that so far has drawn only Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum.” Are you planning to watch the debate?

WHAT WE’RE READING: The National Labor Relations Board and the White House are hoping the media do not pay much attention, but Boeing and Right to Work states scored a win today: “The National Labor Relations Board has officially dropped its high-profile case challenging Boeing’s decision to open a nonunion plant in South Carolina.”

CORRUPTION, SLEAZE AND GRAND JURIES: If you didn’t hear much about three scandals involving the White House this week, don’t feel bad. AIM guest columnist Michelle Malkin explains the criminal trouble involving Eric Holder, Gov. Bill Richardson and Rod Blagojevich: “It was a rough week for the corruptocracy. White House officials better ho-ho-hold on tight because the sleigh ride isn’t going to get any smoother.”

A LITERARY MOVEMENT: Accuracy in Academia today examines the reading habits of the TEA Party, despite their negative image in the media.

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