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Be Best

Two Rules: Try and be a little inventive. Yah basic. It’s best to insult people because they’re stupid or being assholes. Their Gender/Race/Religion/Sexual Orientation/Ethnic Group is rarely relevant and exposes you to charges of bigotry. If I insult you, you’ll know it’s happening but might not understand how. Trump’s words, bullied kids, scarred schools By …

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Kelly Speaks

This is the Article in The Atlantic everyone is talking about. Now as far as I’m concerned it’s Kelly that’s in violation of his Service Oath because he is guilty of doing exactly the opposite of what he praises Vindman for doing. Not that he’s not absolutely correct about the policy and doesn’t have useful …

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Wutanfall Bekommen

Stell dich nicht so an. Rache Reise Not A School Olympic Dressage How can he quit?

Pernicious Memes

It seems I am stuck in New Hampshire for the foreseeable future. > There’s something I’m hearing a lot that is simply not true. This is the idea that Democrats are somehow lacking in Primary Turnout. Typically they compare it with the 2018 Blowout. How exactly do they do that? It wasn’t a Presidential Cycle. …

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Not at all Racist

Mayo Mike, Republican, 2015- It’s controversial, but first thing is, all of your — 95 percent of your murders, murderers and murder victims, fit one M.O. You can just take the description, Xerox it and pass out to all the cops. They are male minorities, 15 to 25. That’s true in New York. It’s true …

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Ideas We Should Steal

Ali Velshi and John Oliver on the importance of humor in turbulent political times.

The Bloom Is Off By A Nose

Look, I have my weaknesses. As it turns out May Mike Bloomberg’s defense of his Racist ‘Stop & Frisk’ Policies is a complete and total fabrication. Or in plain English- a lie. He may in fact have reduced the number by 95%, but only after increasing it by 700% and aggressively expanding it throughout his …

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Live Free Or Die

New Hampshire was first settled by Europeans at Odiorne’s Point in Rye (near Portsmouth) by a group of fishermen from England under David Thompson [1] in 1623, just three years after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth. Early historians believed the first native-born New Hampshirite, John Thompson, was born there. Fisherman David Thompson had been sent …

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Cooper Union

I may run this again on the 27th. People need to understand the impossibility of appeasement. Abraham Lincoln February 27, 1860 I would address a few words to the Southern people. I would say to them: – You consider yourselves a reasonable and a just people; and I consider that in the general qualities of …

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New Hampshire Primary Results Tracking

80% of Polls are Closed. 20% of Polls (most in the Nashua Area) will remain Open until 8 pm ET. 10:43 pm ET 80% Reporting         26.0 Bernie Sanders         24.3 Pete Buttigieg         19.9 Amy Klobuchar         9.4 Liz Warren         8.4 Joe Biden         3.5 Tom Steyer         3.3 Tulsi Gabbard         2.9 Andrew Yang         01.2 Total write-ins         00.4 Deval Patrick …

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Primary Eve

‘Twas the Night Before Primaries When Every House Gets Volunteer Knocking And A Call to Turn Out I could probably do better but I’m tired. Trevor Other News. Stephen Seth Primary? What Primary?

New Hampshire Midnight Madness!

These are the results from the 3 towns that voted at Midnight. Dixville Notch         2 Boomberg         1 Bernie Sanders         1 Pete Buttagieg Bloomberg’s votes were write ins. He received an additional vote in the Republican Primary. Hart’s Location         6 Klobuchar         4 Warren         3 Yang         2 Sanders         1 Biden         1 Gabbard         1 Steyer In the Republican …

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