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  1. Why are the markets pointing higher today?
  2. Wonder what his next shtick will be
  3. Even better. If he wins a 2nd term most of them will be in jail before his term is out
  4. Feel bad for Mueller if his health is failing but still angry with him for letting himself be used to damage the social fabric of the country
  5. Facial recognition caught more Bad guys than a police sting giving away free basketball tickets
  6. Send her Back
  7. Vox: Many progressive men didn’t see the fall of Al Franken over sexual misconduct allegations as the loss of a Democratic senator. It was the loss of a progressive icon. And they haven’t moved on. I know this because they still email me about it. “As a leaning progressive, I don’t see the rationale for lumping together these two men,” a man wrote to me this weekend, referring to a sentence where I put Harvey Weinstein’s name near Franken’s in a short item on Eric Schneiderman. “Ultimately, the risk is an excess of political correctness and perceived rigidity. Are you getting pushback? I’m open to future articles on this point of view.” Al Franken, the former Democratic senator from Minnesota, should never have been pressured, even bullied, into resigning from office. The accusations against him were not properly vetted. You Dems are Priceless...
  8. I'm guessing the Media will cover that in tonight's World News
  9. They behave like Freshmen. No sense of how a government works. Only criticism and demands like empetchlent children
  10. And now he is forcing the Dem Party to defend them. Once again a masterful act
  11. Ah I wouldn't get to upset. The Dems have had this cornered since the inception of the KKK. Your just upset because you realize all your efforts could not suppress the Truth. I’m guess your donating to The Squad Go Fund Me
  12. Send her back
  13. Why does it need funding until 2090?
  14. Pressley: Democrats don't need 'any more black faces that don't want to be a black voice' Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) reportedly said Democrats don't need "any more black faces that don't want to be a black voice" during a liberal Netroots Nation conference on Saturday, a comment that comes as racial politics threaten to divide the party. The Washington Post reports Pressley said she's not interested in bringing "a chair to an old table." “This is the time to shake that table. ... We don’t need any more brown faces that don’t want to be a brown voice,” Pressley reportedly said during the event. “We don’t need any more black faces that don’t want to be a black voice.”