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"Sucks for @FoxNews: Instead of overreacting to fake Hillary scandals they have to under-react to

real Trump scandals." - Frank Conniff

https://twitter.com/FrankConniff

Got a tip disproving Trumpy and Company's lies? Submit them here:

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Last updated: 10/27/2016


OR HERE:

https://www.nytimes.com/newsgraphics/2016/news-tips/?WT.nav=top-news&action=click&clickSource=story-heading&hp&module=first-column-region&pgtype=Homepage®ion=top-news

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Do the right thing for your country.


Thanks for the hearts . Thanks to DU and all the members of DU for helping me keep my

sanity in these trying times.

If we buy the Trump admin's insistence that Flynn was fired for lying, will all the liars resign?

Who will be left?

WHAT DID TRUMP/PENCE KNOW AND WHEN DID THEY KNOW IT?

Repeat!

Anyone know what's going on in Montana?

"We might not be far from seeing this ad:

FUCK YOU, TRUMP. AND FUCK YOUR HATEFUL RACIST POLICIES. DRINK COCA-COLA." - Frank Conniff

https://twitter.com/FrankConniff

Actually, the RW (if they were capable of self-reflection) should wonder why all the ads were against them. From Budweiser's "Immigrants are an important part of America," to Google's ad with the LTBQ rainbow flag, to Audi promoting diversity; everyone is against Trumpy and company's plans. No wonder he left his party early.

Not Tired of Winning Yet

Even Scott Kurtz is bashing Trumpy.

Martin O'Malley to Teach at BC Law - Boston College

Former Maryland governor and recent presidential candidate Martin O’Malley – who has cited his Catholic faith and Jesuit education as integral to his personal and professional life – is the Jerome Lyle Rappaport Visiting Professor at Boston College Law School for the spring 2017 semester, the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy announced.

Known for his use of performance management systems and analytics while serving as Maryland governor and mayor of Baltimore, O’Malley will teach a course, Leadership and Data Driven Government, and take part in several panel discussions as part of the Rappaport Distinguished Public Policy Series, which sponsors forums and conferences to address societal issues with public leaders.


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O’Malley said he views teaching as a learning opportunity for himself. “When you’ve been in the political picture for a while, you often find yourself too close to the canvas to get a useful perspective. Being in a classroom with bright, motivated students who are not shy about saying what’s on their minds helps me to clarify my thinking about what I’ve done in office.”


Whole article at:

https://www.bc.edu/bc-web/bcnews/nation-world-society/law-and-politics/martin-omalley-bclaw-visiting-professor.html
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