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  1. What can you say about the stupidity of those voting to make the wealthy richer? Stupid, stupid, stupid.
  2. After Backing Roy Moore, Ben Carson Has Been Awfully Silent
  3. “We are seeing Trump becoming a politician”. Who is “we”?
  4. They sure feel desperate to post anything but Trump. Quite understandably so.
  5. Consenual or not? Sensitivity class? Stop being ridiculous. She was of age to consent. She states it was consensual.
  6. Oh stop your whining Carnac wannabe, you ‘know’ the motivation in posting yet refuse to see the date of the article. By Dob Babwin / AP November 16, 2017
  7. DEFINITION pre-madonna Used by idiots who do not know the real phrase is prima donna.
  8. Actually I find two tragedies that both need to be addressed.
  9. 10 Journalism Brands Where You Find Real Facts Rather Than Alternative Facts
  10. Lets put this into perspective. Millions of kids may lose health insurance over missed deadline by Congress
  11. CHIP is funded by a combination of state and federal dollars. An estimated 11 states will run out of federal CHIP funding by the end of the year, according to a study by the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonpartisan research organization, and 21 more states, including Missouri, where Roland is, will be depleted by March 2018. "Don't ask me why they can't find 10 minutes to just call up this bill and pass it, but nothing is ever simple," said Sara Rosenbaum, a professor of law and policy at the Milken Institute of Public Health at George Washington University, who has served as a presidential and congressional adviser since the 1970s. "Popular programs are not above this," she added. "In some ways, they become proxy wars for these controversial issues." Experts say the program's payoffs have been astounding, citing Census Bureau data that shows that the rate of uninsured children in the U.S. in the past 20 years has dropped from 14 to about 4.5 percent.
  12. He holds the highest office, would think you would want to start there and work your way down. 😉