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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Michael Gordon
A central Missouri man has been sentenced to six years in prison for conspiring to have his estranged wife killed.
Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner on Tuesday downplayed reports that he is being considered to head media company Tribune Co. after it exits bankruptcy protection.
Michael Gordon wrote last week that "Russia's operations in Ukraine have been a swift meshing of hard and soft power."
"It looks like he's trying to dance around it, which is only creating more questions around him rather than fewer," said Gordon, whose firm works with public figures, sports organizations and a variety of others. "If he were more forthcoming it would seem less ominous, but it looks like he's trying to hide something. The people who have handled these situations well are the ones who come out honestly with the facts and tell a complete story so there are no more questions down the road."