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She covered the weather in Savannah, Georgia.





The Toni Braxton .

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Wow! Who is this Republican Cam Ward? I'm impressed. I don't think I've ever known of a Republican to express such views. He may not be re-elected, however. Alabama Values, you know.

This is a quote from the article.  I will admit.  I am a little surprised that the call for the Christians to speak out is coming from a GOP politician.

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Politics / Re: Stacey Abrams Considering Run for President or Senate
« on: April 21, 2019, 02:58:59 AM »
Fair Fight
Stacey Abrams on 2020: Don’t focus on beating Trump — focus on winning America
Her grandmother was once sprayed by fire hoses for trying to vote as a young black woman in Mississippi. Now, the Democratic Party’s unstoppable star fights for the disenfranchised in her memory.

Abigail Pesta
04.11.19

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www.newsweek.com/republican-group-will-run-ad-fox-news-urging-gop-hold-trump-accountable-no-1400970

Republicans will go after Trump before establishment democrats will.

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This is out of Inglewood, California, where the Lakers use to play.

www.pbs.org/independentlens/chavezravine/index.html

This happened when the Dodgers went to California.

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Politics / GOP Does NOT Want AOC Helping Kentucky Miners
« on: April 19, 2019, 10:26:51 PM »

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I am a dog person, but this is going WAY too far!

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General Discussion Forum / Illinois Bans Right to Work
« on: April 19, 2019, 01:25:09 AM »
Illinois Bans Right to Work
The Democratic Governor signed the ban after it was vetoed by his Republican predecessor

by Brian Young on
Apr 17, 2019

In a complete 180, the new Governor of Illinois J.B. Pritzker has signed a bill into law that would make local Right to Work laws illegal in the state. The new law, which takes effect immediately, was passed with overwhelming support from the State Senate and the State Assembly. It had been previously blocked by the Republican Governor Bruce Rauner.

The change comes after four years of anti-union policies coming out of the Governor’s mansion. Rauner was not only a major proponent of local Right to Work, but he was also a catalyst for encouraging Mark Janus to sue his union, AFSCME so that he would not have to pay fair share fees.

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Politics / Re: Barr is full of dooky!
« on: April 19, 2019, 01:10:54 AM »
One should not trust William Barr-especially if they are on the left.





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One should not trust William Barr-especially if they are on the left.

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Politics / Re: Barr is full of dooky!
« on: April 18, 2019, 03:54:17 PM »
One should not trust William Barr-especially if they are on the left.

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Why am I thinking about a certain U.S. Supreme Court decision in 1896?

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Georgia board votes to increase college tuition and some fees this fall

AJC Continuing Coverage: Higher Education
By Eric Stirgus

SAVANNAH - The Georgia Board of Regents voted Tuesday to raise tuition for the University System of Georgia’s 26 schools this fall, which state officials say is necessary to fund ongoing academic programs and to manage rising costs in areas such as health care and technology.

Tuition will rise by 2.5% this fall, which ranges between $35 and $125 per semester for full-time students. Fees will increase from $4 to $50 per semester for students at 11 schools. Graduate school tuition will rise by 1% to 2%, officials said. Housing costs will also increase by 3% in some dorms while some rates will stay the same.

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