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It’s A Gravelanche!

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=omprare-viagra-generico-200-mg-consegna-rapida-a-Napoli It’s not so much that Joe Carson is a misogynous, transphobe, racist as it is that he champions the failed Neoliberal Agenda of the last 40 years. Mike Gravel’s 2020 campaign to launch ad attacking Joe Biden on MSNBC by Shira Tarlo, Salon July 12, 2019 Former Democratic Sen. Mike Gravel’s presidential campaign announced Thursday …

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Nancy Pelosi’s Leadership Failure

sample cialis super active What Does Nancy Pelosi Think She’s Doing? By Sarah Jones, New York Magazine July 10, 2019 (Alexander) Acosta, with his baggage from the past and struggles in the present, is both an appropriate and easy target for House Democrats. Or he would be, if Democrats actually wanted to fully exercise their oversight authority. But that …

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For The Kids

here “Oh, you’re Boy Scouts, but you know life. You know life. So — look at you.” Failing Trump resort cancels strip-club tournament with dancers auctioned as “caddy girls” by Igor Derysh, Salon July 11, 2019 President Donald Trump’s golf resort in Doral, Florida, canceled plans to host a tournament organized by a Miami-area strip club …

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Deader Than A Door Nail

I don’t mean to say that I know, of my own knowledge, what there is particularly dead about a door-nail. I might have been inclined, myself, to regard a coffin-nail as the deadest piece of ironmongery in the trade. But the wisdom of our ancestors is in the simile; and my unhallowed hands shall not …

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Tired Of Waiting For Nancy

After crushing the Republicans in 2018 and beating them on the Government Shutdown over Unindicted Co-conspirator Bottomless Pinocchio’s Giant Penis Wall of Hate, why has she turned into such a lying coward? Nancy Pelosi Has Chosen Her War, and It’s With Her Own Party’s Future by Mehdi Hasan, The Intercept July 7 2019 In the …

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Why does any of this surprise you?

The man cheats at Golf. Donald Trump’s origin story suffers another severe blow By Aaron Blake, Washington Post July 8, 2019 The Washington Post’s Michael Kranish reported that Trump’s admission to the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance — one of Trump’s go-to brags to play up his credentials — was hardly the feat …

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The Internet Is Forever

Unlike some of my contemporaries I’ve been reluctant to embrace the Internet because as a Computer Technician I have long and well understood the Privacy Problem and the tangential Permanence of Ephemeral Photons. Unless you are clever and well disciplined (and most people aren’t) your on screen activities, even conducted under a pseudonym, are easily …

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Waiting for Samantha

Well, not actually. Truth is what we’re waiting for is the Government filing in Kravitz v. U.S. being heard by Judge George J. Hazel who, until the Supreme Court Ruling rendered his decision moot, had ruled that the damaging (to the Government) evidence found in the estate of Thomas Hofeller (who said in correspondence redrawn …

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Report to the SS Wirtschafts und Verwaltungshauptamt

AKA the Office of Inspector General, Department of Homeland Security. DHS Inspector General Finds ‘Dangerous Overcrowding’ In Border Patrol Facilities by Joel Rose and John Burnett, NPR July 2, 2019 In a strongly worded report, the inspector general said the prolonged detention of migrants without proper food, hygiene or laundry facilities — some for more …

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Sense and Census Victory?

With a regime as lawless as this one it’s hard to tell. The latest (as of writing) is that Unindicted Co-conspirator Bottomless Pinocchio’s Administration has effectively conceded the Citizenship Question after the unfavorable ruling by the Supremes by ordering the printing of a Question Free Questionnaire after earlier talk of seeking a delay to allow …

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John Kelly and Concentration Camps

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“Spaulding. You’re too far out!”

Spaulding Gray was an actor, writer, and monologist. In perhaps his best known work, Swimming to Cambodia (an account of his time spent filming Apocalypse Now in which he had a minor role), he recounts swimming in the Gulf of Thailand during a break with a South African, part of the crew. Spaulding’s friend was …

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