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  1. Kevin Douglas Berg
    "Sen. Feinstein's Hubby 1 Billion Tax Payer Dollar$ by Gov't $ale to CRI His Co - by Kevin Douglas Berg " by
    Kevin Douglas Berg
    Sen. Feinstein's Hubby 1 Billion Tax Payer Dollar$ by Gov't $ale to CRI His Co. - Snoopes Verified - by Kevin Douglas Berg
    www.linkedin.com The US has entered into an exclusive contract with a real estate firm to sell 56 buildings that currently house U.S. Post Offices. The sale of...
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    Remember When the Democrats Asked the USSR to Help Elect Walter Mondale?
    www.redstate.com In 1983 Ted Kennedy entered into negotiations with the USSR to defeat Reagan in 1984. That was interference in an...
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    Kevin Douglas Berg
    Russia's Gigantic New Submarine Has Enormous "Wings"
    www.popularmechanics.com The submarine will be twice as long as a jumbo...
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    Kevin Douglas Berg - Potential Rep - Write Own Book or Ghostwriter - What Is Reason Virtuous or Not
    Kevin Douglas Berg - Potential Rep - Write Own Book or Ghostwriter - What Is Reason Virtuous or Not Should a person running for office write their own story not having to assist outside parties to state what they are about to the potential electorate? If...
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    Terrorism
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    Explosion, Panic and Death at Ariana Grande Concert in England
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    Chinese Pilots Receive Shock Orders... Kim Jong Un up Against a Wall
    conservativetribune.com Things are looking worse and worse for Lil'...
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  8. Veronica Ochoa

    Veronica Ochoa

    12/04/2017
    #mansplaining101 #whiteprivilege #thefutureisfemale Very proud of my native Minnesotan female congressional representatives for refusing to sign a law or pass a law which would inhibit political dissent. Rena Moran you walk the walk and talk the talk. #renamoran
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    Minnesota Legislator Who Called Out White Male Colleagues Won't Apologize | The Huffington Post
    www.huffingtonpost.com "I’m really tired of watching women of color, in particular, being ignored," said state Rep. Melissa...
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  9. Veronica Ochoa

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    10/04/2017
    "A Spanish government source said Madrid did not believe the group would hand over all its arms, while Spain's state prosecutor has asked the High Court to examine those surrendered as possible murder weapons used in hundreds of unresolved cases." I guess we ignore all of the mass graves during the oppressive Franco with bodies left unidentified all over the Spanish countryside. #desmemoriadeespaña #artisansofpeace #ETA Interesting how Madrid has responded. I wish this same vigilance was carried out for other Franquista era crimes. #Franquismo #elgeneralisimo #Franco
    Veronica Ochoa
    Basque militants ETA surrender arms in end to decades of conflict
    www.reuters.com Basque militant group ETA effectively ended an armed separatist campaign after almost half a century on Saturday, leading French authorities to the sites where it says its caches of weapons, explosives and ammunition are...
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  10. Kevin Douglas Berg
    What will the reaction be from the #Trump Administration? Will it be something along the lines of the former, or will it show that we are on a different plane? #KDBergForPermHire @Rolling3DudeHvy @realDonaldTrump #KevinDouglasBerg
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    Gas Attack Is Said to Kill Dozens in Syria
    nyti.ms A government airstrike delivered a strong toxin that resembled a nerve agent, and a clinic treating the victims was then hit, according to medics and...
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  11. ProducerPhilippe Collard
    A message to millennials about the 2016 Presidential election
    A message to millennials about the 2016 Presidential electionI am 62 years old. I am an immigrant. I have been a US citizen since 1993 (and proud of it). I have participated in the election process since the very first time I was eligible. And I have never witnessed anything like what we are witnessing this...
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    Mohammad Azam Khan
    05/10/2016 #58 Mohammad Azam Khan
    A very grounding article @Phillipe Collard, and the best on the subject I've come across on this interest of mine. And, I'd like to say that I wouldn't want to be in American shoes on this, though having faced similar choices here at Pakistan over the years it's not so off the mark of make do. As a Muslim they're both not good for us, one blatantly and the other insidiously. Anyways thanks for a grounding article and best wishes.
    Philippe Collard
    04/10/2016 #57 Philippe Collard
    #56 Philip Hubbell, indeed that document was written by relatively modest people who live when the US had 3 millions people. Which, in my view, doest make the case that said document should be applied "stricto sensu" to a world where the US as over 300 millions citizens in a world that is vastly different than what it was then. Now iPhone in 17 in 1788. Yet, most people in the US insist that said document should be the guiding principle of whatever happens in the US? really? In spite of the fact that a - slavery was not addressed b - women rights and women vote what not addressed and a bunch of other issues that are today common sense. In other words, this document cannot be claim to be the "bible" it is claimed to be...and has been amended multiple times snce then. Another interesting fact is that we now have 9 un-elected individuals whose job it is to "interpret" the Constitution, with some claiming to interpret it has the "Founders" would have seen it...well, good luck with that one..let us go back and dig the Founders from their graves and ask them about LGBT rights and see what they say. It simply is idiotic. Except that ideologs like you want to look back rather than forward. Modern states do no let themselves be anchored into the past...look at South Africa as a model. In summary, reading the Constitution is one thing. Understanding it in an historical context is another...and most people in the US see the Constitution has defining a "perfect state, a perfect Union". We know it was not and we know it is not. Progess is the only way that will refine this ancient framework to adapt it to today's reality. And folks like resist progress with all their bones...
    Phillip Hubbell
    04/10/2016 #56 Phillip Hubbell
    #54 So you are ignorant in multiple languages, good for you. To suggest that you are somehow an expert on the Constitution because you were able to study for an pass what is a simple test, makes you neither an expert or superior in any way. I have read the Constitution. As a student I studied it in my courses (Political Science 101, 201, 202,, 301, The Age of Washington and Jefferson, Constitutional Law 1 and 2). Do you know what I learned? I learned that the document wasn't written for scholars but for 18th century shopkeepers and farmers. I also learned, in other classes and in living life, that if you have to proclaim your superior knowledge in a public way, it is often a compensation for not knowing much.
    Philippe Collard
    04/10/2016 #55 Philippe Collard
    #52 Albert Gibel, as part of the alt right deplorables, whatever you say is speaking with rage rather than facts...the rage that old white males like you have because they lost the "good old days"....they are gone, Albert. Fovever!
    Philippe Collard
    04/10/2016 #54 Philippe Collard
    #48 Philip Hubbel. the first problem with your comment "try not to assume that you are more informed than someone you don't know on anything. " is that it is not even proper English. May be I should have written my post in French, or Greek or Latin. And, believe me, I can :-)
    Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    04/10/2016 #53 Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    #52 You seem to be an expert on her. Perhaps you should vote for what you know?!

    Still nothing great, heck, DECENT about The Don. Speaks louder than any reply, sir.
    Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    04/10/2016 #51 Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    Could someone please list Mr. Trump's accomplishments or tell me how he has improved any lives over even 4 OR 5 years?
    Phillip Hubbell
    03/10/2016 #48 Phillip Hubbell
    #47 try not to assume that you are more informed than someone you don't know on anything.
    Philippe Collard
    03/10/2016 #47 Philippe Collard
    #45 Phillip Hubbell, I will quote a sentence that is now famous "Have you even read the Constitution"...and do you understand its history and evolution. You, mere native, does not, and I repeat NOT have any kind of claim on a - what being an American means or is (as a matter of fact, I would say that being an 1st gen. immigrant is much closer to being an American than having just "shown up" nine months into your mother's pregnancy which does not require any kind of will) b - knowledge and understand of the institutions of the USA c - freedom, liberty, and other values. So do not lecture me or other immigrants on "free speech" (by the way, you have not experienced any other form than the one you know) or "free enterprise" (again, is it OK for a company to make money but kill people in the process...have not heard your answer yet...I understand an incovenient question to which folks like you never give an answer other than "too much regulations...shame"...have you read the stroy about Theranos...If not educate yourself for a change! As for the "balanced" budget...give me a big break will you..it took 24 months for W to transform it into a deficit...
    Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    03/10/2016 #46 Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    #45 Thanks for clarifying, @Phillip Hubbell.
    Ahhh, indeed. The good ol' days when we all got along.
    Phillip Hubbell
    03/10/2016 #45 Phillip Hubbell
    #44 @Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work I was referring to the post. But I defer to the author as someone who understands the Constitution more that us mere natives. I would also point out that there was, for the first time in 40 years or so a Republican Congress when the "balanced" budget briefly appeared in the 90s.
    Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    03/10/2016 #44 Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    #39 Hello @Phillip Hubbell,
    Are you referring to the post or a comment, or??
    Philippe Collard
    03/10/2016 #43 Philippe Collard
    #40 @Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work what is absolutely extraordinary is to see Donald Trump talk about the national debt as a total disaster while, he, has used debt for decades to fund his businesses. Come on, am I the only one who noticed? "I am the kind of debt"...and he wanted to default on the US debt as he did on his businesses...well, not so fast...by the way, as I explained, the real issue is not the amount of debt in and ot itself, its the ratio between debt and assets (wealth)...
    Philippe Collard
    03/10/2016 #42 Philippe Collard
    #39 Philip Hubbell if you understood the Constitution and its evolution you would understand that "free speech" is not a blank check to say whatever you want in whatever context...you know, it takes someone who had to STUDY the constitution to become of US citizen to actually know that! And it is also oh so easy to frame what I said in your right wing mindset...now let me ask you a question: do you approve of companies who polute the environment to the extent people's health is put at risk? (if you no example comes to your mind, I will provide a few later...but just think about companies that polute rivers, the soil, the air or all of the above...believe there are some who do): SO are you OK with these companies making money while, at the same time, making people sick?
    Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    02/10/2016 #40 Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    #36 Many economists and people who understand will agree with you, @Philippe Collard.
    One such person is Prof. Robert Reich. And he was in the Clinton administration when we got that surplus.

    Yet, it is common GOP rhetoric to say all [debt] is bad and only THEY can "make [surplus] great again".

    Well said.
    Phillip Hubbell
    02/10/2016 #39 Phillip Hubbell
    It is wonderful to be for free enterprise so long as it serves a purpose one approves of...also it's great to support free speech, at least that which doesn't offend you. Such appreciation of liberty is so liberal of you.
    Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    02/10/2016 #38 Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    #36 Many econimists and people who understand will agree with you, @Philippe Collard.
    One such person is Prof. Robert Reich. And he was in the Clinton administration when we got that surplus.

    Yet, it is common GOP rhetoric to say all [debt] is bad and only THEY can "make [surplus] great again".

    Well said.
    Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    02/10/2016 #37 Jared 🐝 Wiese➡Finding YOUR Work
    #35 It was on SNL last night :D
    Philippe Collard
    02/10/2016 #36 Philippe Collard
    #35 @Phil Friedman the amount of debt in an of itself means nothing. What is really important: how much debt with respect to the national wealth (and not the GDP). GDP is what you earn let's say. You debt is what you owe. But what about what you owe versus what you owned? Well, the net US national wealth is around $130T...so it is in effect 6.5 times the national debt. But the right winger will never talk about that. Say you go to a bank and ask for a loan. They will ask you how much you make of course (GDP)...but what matter much more to them is what assets you own to secure your loan (your wealth)...so yes the national debt is high...but the national wealth is much much higher. In other words, suppose you have borrowed 100$K for a condo...it would mean you have assets equivallent to $650K to secure that debt. Any banker will loan you money on the face of that. And right now, borrowing money is extremely cheap...because of ultra low inflation...so if for the sake of argument assume that inflation is going to double from 1% to 2% in the next few years..it simply means that the actual value of the money you have borrowed and the interest that you must pay will decreases in present $$...it is a no brainer...there is a reason why BANKS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS WANT PEOPLE TO BUY HOME NOW! MONEY IS CHEAP. So yes, let's talk about the national debt...and see who are the idiots who don't really undestand basic finances!
  12. Mohammad Azam Khan
    God bless the women
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    On their way to Gaza
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    Dale Masters
    29/09/2016 #1 Dale Masters
    As a Jew, I find Israel's actions again the Palestinian people to be abhorrent. I have a friend (a Sephardic Jew) who lives in Palestine and sees atrocities committed by Israeli soldiers every day.
    As a result of these atrocities, Israeli Jewish citizens who have just turned 18 are refusing their mandatory military service, preferring the jail sentence that is a result of their refusal.
  13. Mohammad Azam Khan
    A ballast from the past just to steady as she rolls 🎷 Mohammad Azam Khan
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