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  1. IMO, Sanders isn't so much making a promise as he is floating a balloon for gauging the reaction of the teachers union and their constituency. Although teachers may not necessarily be advocates of capitalism, they may not be ready for socialism as it was presented to them during their own education. Sanders should be ready for some rebuttal on the effects of raising the minimum wage, if he doesn't get it during the primary he can bet on if he becomes the candidate.
  2. Here's one that I missed. I wonder how much worse it will get as we close in on the general election.
  3. Seems their is always someone ready to steal someone else's thunder or valor or something. I guess it was an extension of Obama's " You didn't build that' . Could be grasping for the last crumbs of his legacy. And lets not forget that Obama said that "some of those jobs aren't coming back" and his plan to bring them back was to attempt to raise wages in other countries so those jobs would come back. raise wages in other countries at about 1:25
  4. I know it's a repeat of "the sound of silence" but I thought the performance was particularly nice. When he tosses her in a spin and she lands it... wow1
  5. President Trump will be the Grand Marshall and may take a lap in the "beast". It's an opportunity to campaign in style.
  6. Something a little less physical but certainly intimidating for opposing Sanders' Medicare For All
  7. EUREKA, Calif. — A man arrested on a slew of charges, including attempted arson of the Republican Party of Humboldt headquarters, is back out on the street after spending only a day in jail before posting bail. On Saturday Feb. 8, at about 4:53 a.m., officers with the Eureka Police Department responded to the office on 5th Street for the report of a man smashing the windows. The witness gave a description of the suspect and said he was last seen riding a bicycle toward the bay. Surveillance video shows 43-year-old Michael Valls smashing out the window of the GOP headquarters in Eureka, Cal. He then returns and dumps a flammable chemical inside. He only served one day in jail before being released. https://krcrtv.com/north-coast-news/eureka-local-news/suspect-back-out-on-the-street-after-arrest-for-attempted-arson-at-eureka-gop-office
  8. The good News is that no one was hurt. I hope these young men were just big bang explorers, but selling their creations probably crosses a line that compounds their problems with ATF. A few years back, young people around Pittsburg were building what they called "sparkler bombs", fortunately, at least as far as I know, no one was injured during that period.
  9. Another nut job added to the list.
  10. Outsider? Hardly! Ever see those bargain tables of music CDs with hundreds of names and titles you never heard of ? I suspect the DNC purchased that software from a table resembling those. The ACA software worked about as well... so no surprises this time. New Hampshire was a bit of a surprise. A socialist took the top spot there and the offspring of a Marxist professor that seemed to admire the communist Manifesto took second. The surprise is that all three have enjoyed the prosperity of the greatest nation in the history of the world. I guess that serves to prove that education has been failing for some time. Sanders was born in 1941 and Joseph Buttigieg II in 1947. Yang is out now. I had hoped to get a look at the money tree farm from which he would give us all $1k per month. Was it him that would demand the principal extend recess to a full hour, 4 times per day and all the soda pop you could drink? Maybe that was one of the other eighth graders.
  11. It's good that counter protesters or radical left wingers were not there to antagonize or assault the group. As long as the stay within the law I have no more problem with them than I do other groups basking in their rights. I do have a problem with any groups that are guilty of disturbing the peace or blocking traffic as part of their routine. edit: as far as the masks are concerned, as long as it is to prevent attacks during their private lives, verses to shield them from prosecution when applicable. I do take issue with Reuters/Mike Theiler's style of reporting with a bias slant though. This is what I refer to as altering history by omission. How many people today or 20 years from now will realize that very important facts are missing in this quoted information.
  12. James Okeefe where are you?
  13. Someone thought it needed a few words and a couple of edits to deliver the full message
  14. Do over!! ? Is Mulligan the right term?
  15. Democrats have thrown everything including the kitchen sink attempting to find something that will stick. Failing that but successfully adding to the tarnish they and the media have managed to further contaminate Trumps historical record as president, they now have an attempt to impeach and remove him, and thousands of internet page search results containing misleading information, opinion and conjecture generated over months of time. The acquittal news cycle will be much shorter. IMO, Democrats knew impeachment would never result in removal but would certainly taint his record. I guess we'll have to wait and see if being so heavily vested in inflicting damage on Trump and being so disinterested in MAGA has a payoff at the polls. I believe that when Pelosi made the statement “impeachment will last forever,” she was making a declaration of success. She may have not realized two key factors. 1. Acquitted is forever 2. Failure to convict is still failure and that the wretched efforts and tactics are recorded forever. I disagree with our happy Mexican friend though "They should "acquitted" while they were not so far behind"