Sunday, March 25, 2018

'Vote them out': Hundreds of thousands march for gun control across the nation

'Vote them out': Hundreds of thousands march for gun control across the nation (Chicago Tribune link): In a historic groundswell of youth activism, hundreds of thousands of teenagers and their supporters rallied across the U.S. against gun violence Saturday, vowing to transform fear and grief into a "vote-them-out" movement and tougher laws against weapons and ammo. They took to the streets of the nation's capital and such cities as Boston, New York, Chicago, Houston, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Oakland, California, in the kind of numbers seen during the Vietnam era, sweeping up activists long frustrated by stalemate in the gun debate and bringing in lots of new, young voices.

They were called to action by a brand-new corps of leaders: student survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead Feb. 14.





"If you listen real close, you can hear the people in power shaking," Parkland survivor David Hogg said to roars from the protesters packing Pennsylvania Avenue from the stage near the Capitol many blocks back toward the White House. "We're going to take this to every election, to every state and every city. We're going to make sure the best people get in our elections to run, not as politicians but as Americans.

"Because this," he said, pointing behind him to the Capitol dome, "this is not cutting it."

Some of the young voices were very young. Yolanda Renee King, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s 9-year-old granddaughter, drew from the civil rights leader's most famous words in declaring from the stage: "I have a dream that enough is enough. That this should be a gun-free world. Period."

187,000 students have been exposed to gun violence at school since Columbine. Many are never the same.

The National Rifle Association went silent on Twitter as the protests unfolded, in contrast to its reaction to the nationwide school walkouts against gun violence March 14, when it tweeted a photo of an assault rifle and the message "I'll control my own guns, thank you."

President Donald Trump was in Florida for the weekend and did not weigh in on Twitter either.


Stormy Daniels's lawyer posts photo of mystery disc in a safe (The Hill link): Stormy Daniels's attorney hinted on Thursday that he may have hard evidence that the adult-film actress had an affair with President Trump, posting a photo on Twitter of what appeared to be a compact disc in a safe.

"If 'a picture is worth a thousand words,' how many words is this worth?????" Michael Avenatti tweeted.

While not explicitly stated, Avenatti appeared to suggest that the disc may contain photographic or video evidence of Daniels's alleged affair with the president. Avenatti has previously declined comment on whether such evidence exists.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, is currently suing to void a nondisclosure agreement that she says blocks her from speaking publicly about the alleged affair with Trump more than a decade ago.

She was paid $130,000 by Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, in 2016, just weeks before the presidential election. That payment, she has said, was intended to buy her silence in the alleged affair.

Trump's motorcade in Florida yesterday


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127 comments:

  1. Not sure how to feel about this. David Hogg is not someone I can support. That being said, There is a need for reform. If anyone is to blame, it is Congress. They’ve had plenty of time to do something and they haven’t. If the kids can get this done, good going.

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    1. What's wrong with David Hogg? Is it because that pantywaist Tucker Carlson doesn't like him? He draws criticism from some of the worst scum anywhere. For that reason alone David is fine with me.

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    2. What can’t you support him?

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    3. 5:51 - You can't support David Hogg? A Parkland survivor? About 40 years ago I read a book "Open Season." It was about some hunters who would kidnap people, turn them loose on an island and hunt them down. Now that is a reality, but in our schools. The NRA and the Congress have done this. Congress passed the Diddy Act (I think I have the name right) which makes it illegal for the CDC to study gun violence as a health hazard. The NRA tried to make it illegal for pediatricians to ask parents if they had a weapon in the house, because that is so dangerous to children - penalty would have been jail. VOTE THEM OUT!

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  2. March For Our Lives crowd was bigger than that at Trump's inauguration, officials say - Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets across the United States to protest gun control following the fatal shooting that killed 17 students and teachers in Parkland.

    The ‘March for Our Lives’ crowd exceeded expectations, with officials originally forecasting approximately 500,000 people attending in Washington DC. Estimations suggest the crowd even outnumbered that of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Senator Chris Van Hollen had predicted such, and told The Hill: "I can tell you for sure, it’s larger than the Trump inauguration."

    Mere hours after the march ended, organisers told NBC News that the estimated crowd size was 800,000 people.

    https://www.indy100.com/article/march-for-our-lives-crowd-bigger-trump-inauguration-according-to-officials-8272721|

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    1. Fox completely downplayed it yesterday. Didn’t even make the top three headlines. Title just read ‘thousand attend’

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  3. Speaking of promoting gun violence, soon to be Arcadia Mayor Sho Tay owns a shooting range in La Puente. Is that really the type of business owner Arcadia residents want as the Mayor ?

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    1. According to Frank Girardot he has semi-automatic "kid killer" guns there.
      http://www.insidesocal.com/sgvcrime/2008/11/13/home-on-the-range-thursdays-co/

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    2. I would not be so sure that Sho Tay will be the next Mayor. History may repeat itself. Instead of Roger Chandler became the Mayor in 2017, Peter got elected to be the Mayor. The decision is still in the hands of Arcadia residents. April 10 is the Decision Date. Tom, Joyce, and Jolly Wu will be the one making a difference. Who wants another FOUR years of increasing crime and unsafe neighborhood by the leadership of Roger Chandler who is good friend with the law breaker detector on the picture? They are the fox with the sheep skin to fool the people in Arcadia. Who bring the employer to the court for his jaw grinning problem at sleep and retired with the title of police chief(Housing Authority)? Did someone forget to put that in all his mailing postcards?

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    3. 8:00, I despise Chandler just like many do, but you gotta let it go that crime increased due to him being on the council. If that were the case, then you’d blame April as well, which makes zero sense. The council is NOT the reason for the increase in home burglaries. Home burglaries are up in every So Cal city. This council has done nothing to stop more cops on the bankroll. Even with doubling the police force, it won’t stop the problem. It’s all a scam that Tay and Chandler are trying to push that they are “pro police”. In reality, as Joyce Platt has found out with actual discussions with the police chief, more cops are not the answer, the chief wants better tools, such as software they use to actually predict where the break ins are likely to occur, and other tools.

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    4. 8:14am,
      Maybe having more police dogs are the answer. Dogs are loyal and obedient and much courageous under stress than humans... Just some thoughts

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    5. May it's time for a new police chief to solve the crime problem for Arcadia. Underperformance of CEOs of public corporations are replaced all the time.

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    6. Sorry 8:14am, I and most people don't buy this BS that "the chief wants better tools, such as software they use to actually predict where the break ins are likely to occur, and other tools". How police solve crime problems 20 plus years ago without this prediction software??? I really hope that Joyce Platt has not been duped by the police chief's simplistic political response.

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    7. That's why we will vote for Jolly Wu for District 5.

      We need new leadership that will not accept the status quo. We need leadership that think outside the box.

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    8. 10:51, I’m all ears waiting for you to explain Wu “think outside the box” examples.

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    9. Actually, 9:51, APD does use predictive type software already. Fire the chief 9:24? The crime is everywhere, not just Arcadia. There are 5 cops on the Arcadia streets at most times. They do step up more units to patrol areas where they think there going to get hit. One logical thing they need to do is convince the Asian residents to not stockpile cash in their homes, it’s just fueling the issue. But, we wouldn’t dare do that because it’s apparently racist.

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    10. 1:14pm
      Please ask her yourself if you are interested.

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    11. 1:21: We like to see the statistics of the category of crimes committed in Arcadia and its surrounding cities. That is a blanket statement about the Asian residents having stockpile of cash in homes causing increase crime rate.

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    12. The sixth sense... "I see racist people... they're everywhere. They walk around like everyone else. They don't even know that they're racist."

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    13. I don't doubt racism exists, and that they are out there. You are correct in that. But in this particular case I see an extraordinarily sleazy and corrupt pol falling back on one of the last refuges he has left, the race card. What do you think?

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    14. 2:08, no statistics sorry. But the APD Chief himself told me in person after his talk on crime at the Arcadia PAC at the high school a few years ago. Is that sufficient evidence, your honor?

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    15. 4:24: Sincerely no

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  4. Who's David Hogg?

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    1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Hogg_(activist)

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    2. Look at this wikipedia account for David Hogg and under "Attacks" see what being an outspoken impassioned survivor of a school massacre gets you from the far right Alex Jones ilk. Shame on them. Good on David Hogg!

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    3. Alex Jones. I am so sick of all those idiots. Their 15 minutes are up. All those people came up with is Donald Trump. That is the definition of failure. Wrap them all up and ship them to Russia.

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    4. These extremists get way too much airplay.

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    5. AM radio is a wasteland.

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  5. Attention Arcadia Residents in District 5:
    You likely received a robo call from the Arcadia Police Officers Association (APOA) trying to tell you to endorse Roger Chandler.
    Do you know why APOA enforces Chandler?

    It’s all about money, specifically putting more money in the cops bank accounts. Chandler, if re-elected, would unfortunately have a vote on their next contract, to give them all raises. It’s not about providing you a safer city. It’s about cops making more money.
    Vote for anyone other than Chandler.

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  6. I heard a stat that 3% of the population owns 50% of all guns.

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    1. IF we actually had sensible gun laws, then so called gun "enthusiasts" might not be able to stockpile weapons. Those of you who believe the idiocy, "When guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns" - where do you think they get them? Those who can't pass even our meager gun laws, steal them from you, if you are foolish enough to have them laying around your house.

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    2. 8:36am,
      When governments outlawed illegal drugs, how people get hands on them?

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    3. 7:46am,
      Also, 3% of the US population runs the country via political system, IRS laws, etc. to increase and maintain their wealth.

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    4. Organized crime. Kind of like the NRA and Congress.

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    5. Congress's good at legalizing crime...

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    6. Well, the electoral college out a mobster in the White House

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    7. You want more gun violence laws? We've had laws about not killing eachother since laws have existed. California has been passing specific "assault rifle" bans and laws since the 1980's. No pistol grip rifles, no flash hiders, no bayonet lugs...and yet none of these shootings, before or since Columbine, have been prevented. The solution is simple, you must put armed people on school campuses to protect students. The childish assumption that making more rules will stop people with evil intent is laughable. These terrorists, driven either by insanity or just pure evil, choose these places because they know it's a soft target and they will not meet immediate resistance. They will mot abide by your laws or social standards simply because you tell them to.

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    8. 8:36 AM You are the idiot. Not the people who oppose gun laws or believe that “When guns are banned, only the outlaws will have guns.”

      In countries where guns are banned, gun violence is VERY high. Criminals don’t steal the guns from people in areas where guns are not as restricted. They get them from corrupt military and law enforcement, from organized crime bosses, or even manufacture them in secret.

      I lived in the Philippines, and we had very strict gun laws. Yet the gun crime violence was insane. We had kidnappings, murder, robbery, and most of those crimes had a gun involved. The government cracked down harder on guns, and yet the crime rate went up.

      The guns being used were either trafficked by corrupt military or police, our organized crime bosses, and by people who made the guns with no serial number.

      No gun laws are “reasonable”. They are not about public safety, like asshole dictators and sheeple like you are dumb enough to buy into. They are about control. You idiot crybullies lost an election 2 years ago, so now you want to disarm the population in revenge.

      To quote Mao Tse Tung, “Political power grows from the barrel of a gun!” You disarm the people, you take their power. I came to America l, a nation where my rights are guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. People here take their freedom for granted...if they spent five minutes in the Philippines, they would appreciate them better.

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  7. Does anyone know the specifics in California to recall a city council member? I can’t find much on the web. I’d imagine you need a certain number of signatures to get it on a ballot. And, with the redistricting now in place in Arcadia, sure seems like all it takes is majorly of voters from one district to be in favor, then next thing you know, Tay is out.

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    1. Why not forming a committee? I have at least 50 people lining up to sign the paper for you. Many of them will give you the financial support. Go for it. We all stand behind you. Take the sheep skin off the fox and put them in Sho's own range.

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    2. Good luck, if you want to recall Tay. Years ago we tried to recall Joe Mosca, just missed, but here's a word of warning - even those most vocal against him will hesitate to add their signature to a recall petition.

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    3. We got a lot of signatures to recall Joe, but it was like pulling teeth. Took hour long conversations just to get a signature. Funny thing is in the end Joe recalled himself. Quit his council seat and left the country. We still don't really know why.

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    4. Good! Let Sho recalled himself and moved to China. Taiwan will not welcome people who allow his supporters went door to door to practice hate crime toward to physical challenged person.

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    5. Sho is a snake.

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    6. "Against Crime"....same ol campaign rhetoric. They say it 'cause they know "I'm Against Crime", "I will support the police"...bla bla bla. Anyone who wants to run for city council thinks that the shepeople will vote for them if they say they over and over again, "I'm against crime". So Platt says she's against crime. Whoop-dee-doo, what a profound revelation!

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    7. Chandler claims to be against crime, yet after 30 years of watching him do nothing on the City Council crime has gone up. He needs to be fired for incompetence.

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    8. It takes strong leadership to get a recall to work. And some money, and dedicated foot soldiers. But the leadership is what really makes it happen.

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    9. Agree to recall ay. But let's concentrate and do things one step at a time. That's why we strongly suggest District 5 residents to vote Jolly Wu to the City Council seat.

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  8. Emma Gonzalez. As my friend said "Into every generation a slayer is born".

    Hope you get the reference...Buffy The Vampire Slayer.

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  9. ‘Tonight is not the end – it’s the beginning’: Stormy Daniels’ attorney taunts Trump with promise of more evidence

    The attorney for adult actress Stormy Daniels took to Twitter on Sunday morning to promise the public — and likely taunt President Donald Trump – that the blockbuster 60 Minutes interview to be shown later in the evening will just be a taste of the evidence to be revealed about a sexual affair the porn actress allegedly had with Trump.

    Continuing his efforts to hype up the Anderson Cooper interview with the actress — whose real name is Stephanie Clifford — attorney Michael Avenatti tweeted, “Note: (a) not all of our evidence will be mentioned/displayed tonight – that would be foolish; (b) we are not sure what CBS will include but we know a lot from the full interview will have to be cut bc of the time allowed; (c) tonight is not the end – it’s the beginning. #basta.”

    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/03/tonight-not-end-beginning-stormy-daniels-attorney-taunts-trump-promise-evidence/

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    1. If Stormy Daniels had such evidence and a great story to tell about a candidate for President, why did it take only $150,000 just 1 month before the election to keep her quiet? Wouldn’t Hilary’s camp have offered her more money to buy the rights to her story? Wouldn’t Oprah have bought it and made it into a movie? That part doesn’t make sense to me. But I do believe Trump slept with her and many others while married to Melania.

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    2. Because the Dems, for all their flaws, still do not know how to fight dirty, dirty, dirty always, always, always like the Repubs.

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    3. It doesn’t make sense in the same way the theory of gravity doesn’t make sense to you

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  10. Keep shouting, don't become anesthetized, pope tells young people

    VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis, starting Holy Week services leading to Easter, urged young people on Sunday to keep shouting and not allow the older generations to silence their voices or anesthetize their idealism.

    Drawing on biblical parallels, Francis urged the young people in the crowd not to let themselves be manipulated.

    “The temptation to silence young people has always existed,” Francis said in the homily of a Mass.

    “There are many ways to silence young people and make them invisible. Many ways to anesthetize them, to make them keep quiet, ask nothing, question nothing. There are many ways to sedate them, to keep them from getting involved, to make their dreams flat and dreary, petty and plaintive,” he said.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-religion-easter-pope-palmsunday/keep-shouting-dont-become-anesthetized-pope-tells-young-people-idUSKBN1H10E3

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  11. I am wondering what did Sho Tay bring with him from his shop when he went to talk to Paul Van Fleet who was planning on running for Sho Tay's seat?

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    1. I hear Paul was threatened with a slander campaign.

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  12. The March for our Lives in downtown LA was very energizing, many many young people who attended, and many who spoke. Congress should be shaking, because of all the teenagers who are turning 18 before November, and don't want to be afraid. So many great signs, but the one that resonated with me was held by an 80ish man "I survived World War II. I want my grandkids to survive school!!!" How did we get here? The NRA. Another sign, "The only thing easier to buy than a gun is a Republican Congressperson!" The NRA is NOT a Second Amendment rights organization. What it is - a gun selling organization.

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    1. Living WWII vets are now in their 90s. Time passes relentlessly.

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  13. 8:00am. The blame on increase of crime falls squarely on the shoulders of Governor Jerry Brown and his early prisoner release program.

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    1. Chandler was on the council during this latest crime uptick. How can anyone claiming to support him do so because he'll supposedly fight crime?

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    2. Show stats or STfU

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  14. Watching John Kasich on CNN, talking about how those who marched must keep the pressure up so that it doesn't dissipate like the steam from a teakettle. If nothing changes, Vote Them Out! I'm so proud of having voted for him in the Primary. Wow, just heard Arnold urging him to run for Prez. Anybody remember when he was in our Sierra Madre Fourth of July parade?

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  15. 8:04am. What is with the sex obsession?
    No one cares, we as a country witnessed that.
    The difference between President Trump and President Clinton; Trump
    was not serving in office and he paid money for his sex.
    Clinton was serving as President and he used the title of Power of Office, when he raped and forced himself on many women.

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    1. You are a pathetic hypocrite.

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    2. Nice try fool

      The argument is corrupt, trump’s lies to his own family and the American people, resistance to the swamp that trump and his elite extremists crime from

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    3. Is Clinton currently President? He's not? So how is Clinton at all relevant to the pathological liar, serial adulterer, Russia colluder, obstructer of justice, and money laundering Putin-owned deadbeat currently in the Oval Office?

      Get off your knees 9:28. You're pathetic.

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  16. 8:08am. Easter week and the Pope draws attention to the rapists hiding in their church robes, sweet.
    The children that are taught Bible stories from their sex abuser priests need to continue to speak out.

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    1. They do

      But that’s not why you posted this

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  17. 9:24am. Kasich showed some promise, but then he later resembled Howard Dean in his views and "scream".

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    1. Kasich's biggest problems are he is sane and rational. In today's Republican Party those are qualities that freak out the inmates.

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  18. Don't worry we can all watch d.j.t. PORN sagas cheating on his wife - what a 'sleeze ball' please enjoy what kind of filth the GOP and Republicans have put in the White House - the GOP/Republican party should be outlawed. Don't miss the interview at 10:00 P.M. west coast time March 25, 2018.

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    1. 7PM west coast, dude. She's got something to say about the porno president.

      60 Minutes interview with Stormy Daniels to be broadcast Sunday
      The adult-film star and director describes the affair she says she had with Donald Trump in her first television interview about the alleged relationship

      The 60 Minutes interview with Stormy Daniels, the adult-film star and director who says she had an affair with Donald Trump, will be broadcast on Sunday, March 25 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. Find your local station.

      https://www.cbsnews.com/news/stormy-daniels-60-minutes-donald-trump-interview-to-be-broadcast-sunday/

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  19. Missed opportunity with the March for Life organizers.
    Until Mental Health is given increased government financing and study in order to assist those individuals who suffer with that diagnosis, violence will continue to be front and center.
    School bullies are not taken to task by administrators and law enforcement agencies; children with mental health issues are displaying thru an array of actions, an increased level of taking solutions into their own hands.
    The laws for intervention must be addressed, restrictions placed on physicians and legal intervention needs to be less restrictive.

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    1. You're putting a lot on high schools kids, fella. Where were you on this?

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    2. Just like the losing right wing climate m-change and creationism arguments, y’all keep evolving your dialogue once your old messaging gets discredited. It used to be ‘no legal gun owner commits murder’, now y’all hiding behind the ‘mental health’ ruse.

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  20. And here I thought they'd be sitting together holding handsMarch 25, 2018 at 10:40 AM

    Trump, first lady will be 1,000 miles apart when Stormy Daniels appears on 60 Minutes

    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — When porn star Stormy Daniels appears Sunday night on “60 Minutes,” this much is clear: The segment won’t be family viewing in the White House.

    President Trump, who has been spending the weekend at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., is scheduled to return to the White House ahead of the highly anticipated interview. But first lady Melania Trump, who traveled to Florida with the president on Friday, is staying behind.

    “The First Lady will be staying in Florida as is their tradition for spring break,” White House spokeswoman Lindsay Walters said in a late Sunday morning statement.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2018/03/25/trump-first-lady-will-be-1000-miles-apart-when-stormy-daniels-appears-on-60-minutes/?utm_term=.b012a8a64b94

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    1. The opinions of one woman who exploits her body for money towards another woman who does the same is of no interest to me.

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    2. There are a lot more than one out there.

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  21. 8:48am. The only reason that the 80 year old man from the USA fought overseas in World War II, was because all the guns had been taken away from individuals living in European countries when the Dictors came busting down their doors.

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    1. Bullcrap. Individuals in Europeans countries don't have guns like we do - that is why there are no school shootings like we have. Remember Hitler, Mussolini? Study your history. Now tell me why we should not worry when we have a nutcase like Trump as our leader.

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    2. Unless he was fighting in the pacific theatre...

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  22. 9:33am you are correct. The Pope who is head of the wealthiest church in the world should stick to the pulpit and stay out of politics.

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    1. I’m, yeah... the spiritual leader of millions of people has no business telling them ‘thou shall not kill’...

      You should stay out of politics. Because you’re a failure at that too.

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    2. 11:19 only believes in the divine wisdom of Putin and his sidekick Trump. Everyone else, from the Pope to the FBI, is part of grand conspiracy to besmirch his beloved.

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  23. 10:33am. Unclear of your posting.
    If a high school student chooses to skip school for a protest, they should not have the option of re taking an exam, no special treatment.
    He did show some critical thinking on his decision to be possible held back a class for breaking his contract with the school system to remain in class; then again, why should rules and laws matter!

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    1. Ask the murderous gunnan you’re defending

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    2. My kids get make up tests and homework all the time. Quit bashing teenagers, 11:30. It's stupid.

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    3. I hear the gunman has missed lots of tests. But he was a gun owner, so I guess 11:30 is cool with that.

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    4. Love the picture. Problem with impeaching Trump would be then we'd get Pence. How much damage can he do in office?

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    5. Here is an example of a person using the term "critical thinking" who clearly does not possess the skill.

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    6. His "contract with the school system" says he should not skip class to lead protests by more than a million people? Please post a copy of that contract.

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  24. My 8 year old grandson has a bigger vocabulary than Donnie

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  25. Donald Trump Now Has a Fool for a Lawyer

    He's gone through all of his attorneys and nobody else wants the job. So, he's going pro se for the duration. His massive ego makes him think he can stand up against people like Mueller. Bad cess to him!

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  26. Pr*sident Dennison's attorney problem is they KNOW he will perjure himself.

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    1. Would you want to lose your license to practice law for this loser?

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    2. Maybe the same good who posed as his doctor can now pose as his lawyer

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    3. Two days of robo calls from Chandler. I want to call him back and get off his call list. Can’t find his home number. Anyone got it ?

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    4. 4:41pm,
      I don't support Chandler. I have his home number but I will not give it to you even though his minions, as of writing, are systematically removing and stealing Jolly Wu's campaign yard signs from other peoples private yards. Why? Because I actually believe to play by the written election rules like many American citizens do.

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  27. 11:51pm. Ahem, the Pope was speaking on remaining silent, as should you.
    Thou shall not kill was not in his speech.

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    1. Best pope in 1,000 years.

      The whole world is better off following him.

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  28. 8:04am.The attorney for Stormy Daniels has tweeted that the evidence under lock and key is the blue dress belonging to Monica Lewinsky.

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    1. Troll getting desperate losing so many arguments at the same time.

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  29. Come on !! Give up the number!!!

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  30. So is Spectrum blocking the 60 Minutes Stormy Daniel's interview? The screen is black on CBS 2, but other channels work. Anyone else having this problem?

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  31. 7:28pm. You say that you are not blocked out from watching Porno?

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  32. Best Palm Sunday sermon in a lifetime:

    The temptation to silence young people has always existed,” Francis said in the homily of a Mass.

    “There are many ways to silence young people and make them invisible. Many ways to anesthetize them, to make them keep quiet, ask nothing, question nothing. There are many ways to sedate them, to keep them from getting involved, to make their dreams flat and dreary, petty and plaintive,” he said.

    “Dear young people, you have it in you to shout,” he told young people, urging them to be like the people who welcomed Jesus with palms rather than those who shouted for his crucifixion only days later.

    “It is up to you not to keep quiet. Even if others keep quiet, if we older people and leaders, some corrupt, keep quiet, if the whole world keeps quiet and loses its joy, I ask you: Will you cry out?”

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  33. The Catholic Pope on Palm Sunday may have been planning on addressing Luke23:34; because the crowd was the same, just different days.
    Or, it may be that he is saving that one for Easter.

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    1. He will forgive you too, when you are ready for enlightenment.

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  34. So who paid for all the marches and stages? No one ever asks...but the money came from somewhere?

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    1. Do you mean the permits? People ask all the time. Sometimes they ask rhetorically in a limp-wristed way of trying to discredit. Such as what Fox News was promulgating.

      https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/march-for-our-lives-who-donated/

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    2. Not trying to discredit, but I see message boards, stages, PA systems, etc....this stuff all costs money and until the marches happened, I never heard anything or was solicited for funds.

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    3. Thank you for the link...a couple million right there. Makes sense. Who organized? Say's the students, but I'm not sure I buy it.

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    4. Who cares? What I want to know is if the taxpayers are picking up the tab for Trump's porn Star lawsuit lawyers. Do you know?

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    5. Good question...I would think he could afford it himself....but I care.

      Get off your Trump obsession, your the Obama birther idiot on the other side of the mirror.

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    6. Trump is a traitor. Any patriot would be concerned about his continuing in office. That you don't care is an indication of your culpability.

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    7. Who said I didn't, learn to read.

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    8. In summary:

      Politically active teens: good
      Pope: good
      Trump: traitor
      NRA: goons
      Tattler troll: zero

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  35. Imagine how cynical and sinister you have to be to criticize kids who want to make a better world, kids who watched their friends and teachers, not just falling down limply like on TV, but shredded to pieces, arms and legs ripped off, heads exploding. How sick, narcissistic, and obtusely inhuman do you have to be?

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  36. These kids are wrong in every way unfortunately.. They are advocating to take away Constitutional Rights of Law Abiding Citizens... This is not okay. You liberals are crossing the line and are trying to Infringe on American citizens Constitutional Rights. You Cannot and Will not take away our Legal Firearms.

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    1. You have the freedom to shoot yourself. Practice it.

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