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Water Cooler 6/22/17 Open Thread; Destroying Our Children’s Futures ?; HA!! Ossoff Demands Campaign Finance Reform; CIA’s New Espionage Program

Is The Government Actively Destroying Our Children’s Futures ? College debt crisis, lack of employment in degree fields, completely worthless degrees that will never pay off for students, all terms that come to mind when you think about education in America these days. You can …

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WATCH: Newt Gingrich Claims Mueller Investigatory Team Members Have “Terrible Records”

Oh, Newt. You really are a piece of… work. The former House Speaker made one of his regular appearances in the Trump echo chamber (that’s Fox News’ Fox & Friends, for those not keeping up) to make an absolutely reckless and unfounded accusation against Robert …

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Sheriff Clarke accuses CNN of ‘electronic terrorism’ — here’s why

Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke accused CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski of “electronic terrorism” over his exposé of the popular Fox News figure’s apparent plagiarism in his master’s thesis. Clarke claimed that he had been offered a position with the Department of Homeland Security, but later rescinded his acceptance …

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A.M. Links: Senate Republicans to Release Obamacare Repeal Bill Today, Flint Airport Attack Investigated as Possible Terrorism

Senate Republicans are expected to release their Obamacare repeal bill today. Sen. Rand Paul: “My main concern is I promised voters that I would repeal—vote to repeal Obamacare. And everything I hear sounds like Obamacare-lite,” The knife attack on a police officer yesterday at Bishop …

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Two Phony Excuses for Shooting Philando Castile

Defenders of Jeronimo Yanez, the Minnesota police officer who killed Philando Castile last summer and was acquitted of second-degree manslaughter last week, make two interrelated claims to justify the shooting: Castile was stoned, and Castile was disobedient. Here is why those claims are either inaccurate …

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Should the Cop Who Killed Philando Castile Face Federal Charges?

After Jeronimo Yanez, the Minnesota police officer who killed Philando Castile, was acquitted of second-degree manslaughter last week, Castile’s family called upon the federal government to step in and see that justice is done. While that impulse is understandable, federal prosecution of Yanez after his …

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LISTEN: Rush Limbaugh Attempts To Defend Himself Against Accusations Of Selling Out

Rush Limbaugh is gone. Many have realized that for some time, and his shtick has long since worn thin. I personally gave up on him during the primaries, when conservatives had such a wealth of good choices to go with as nominee, but Limbaugh began …

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Cotton does the Times in 10 tweets

(Scott Johnson) Yesterday’s big New York Times romp was the inflammatory hit piece “Despite concerns about blackmail, Flynn heard CIA secrets.”. The story carried the byline of Matt Apuzzo, Matthew Rosenberg and Adam Goldman. The thesis of the story was obviously spoonfed to the Times …

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When Cops Lie

David Andrews was at work when the police arrived to arrest him. It was November 28, 2012, and the officers—municipal cops in Stowe, a township near Pittsburgh—told the 51-year-old transmission repair analyst that he was being detained on child predator charges. They accused him of …

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