Daily Archives: June 4, 2017

He hasn’t seen any evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians, yet

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., the ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, told CNN’s Jake Tapper that he hasn’t seen any evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians, yet.   More… | UK Daily Mail

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Did Democrats Finally Ruin Connecticut?

The government can do nothing without first taking property from someone else. How much government should do cannot be separated from the problem of how much government must take. Who gets to decide what and “how much” is at the … Continue reading

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Budget Committee member won’t answer budget question

‘Wilton, NH: A cop appears outside a public government meeting when I try to film there. It seems he investigates me by speaking to the people who complained about me doing so. This occurs behind closed doors, and the finale … Continue reading

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San Diego State associate dean calls GOP an ‘extremist terrorist organization’

San Diego State University is defending an associate dean’s First Amendment rights after he called the GOP a terrorist group on Facebook. “The Republican Party has become an extremist terrorist organization,” SDSU Associate Dean Patrick McCarthy wrote in the comments … Continue reading

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DNC Data Director: Hillary Claims Are ‘F**king Bulls**t

Clinton claimed Wednesday that the DNC fell far behind the RNC in terms of voter and data analysis, saying the DNC’s data was “mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong.” “I had to inject money into it,” she said. Andrew Therriault, the … Continue reading

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Turkey shot on private property, landowner calls cops

Stenberg said she thought it was the person in the truck who had fired the gun, but later found out there were two men hiding in a patch of trees on her neighbor’s property about 2 acres away who had … Continue reading

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Impact of School Choice

It can be easy to lose sight of how school choice impacts individual children. Politicians, lobbyists, and advocates can get caught up in policy and budget debates. But decisions reached in Concord have a profound effect on thousands of children … Continue reading

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