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A Little Exploitation Never Hurt, Right?

We’ve seen a lot of criticism of Kanye West and a lot of criticism of those criticizing Kanye West. My criticism falls primarily on the people around President Trump. This was incompetence at its worst. A complete lack of vetting on the part of the White House. The looks on the faces of everyone in the room, from Donald Trump  to Ivanka, Jared, Kelly etc said it all. This was an absolute disaster.

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On This Day

On this day in 1934 the “Long March,” a tactical retreat of Mao Zedong and 60,000 Communist supporters, commences. The embattled Communists had broken through Nationalist enemy lines and began an epic flight from their hopeless siege which lasted 368 days, covered 6,000 miles, and saw Mao reascend to worshipful master status among his people.

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Elizabeth Warren Falls Into the Rabbit Hole

And here’s the rub: Warren didn’t need to do this. She’s an outstanding senator with a track record most politicians would be jealous of. Why on earth she would take Trump’s bait is beyond me.

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Rubio: U.S. risks ‘credibility on human rights’ with weak response to Khashoggi disappearance — Politics, Policy, Political News Top Stories

Sen. Marco Rubio warned Tuesday that “there isn’t enough money in the world to purchase back our credibility on human rights” if the U.S. government…

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On This Day (October 11th)

On this day in 2002, former President Jimmy Carter wins the Nobel Peace Prize “for his decades of untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to…

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On This Day (October 10th)

On this day in 1973, Spiro Agnew becomes the first U.S. vice-president to resign in disgrace. That same day, he pleaded no contest to a count of federal income tax evasion in exchange for the dropping of charges of political corruption.

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