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Abe Jones has no business running for another public office. Period. He has a serious personal ethics problem and there …
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Nice job handing the country over to Donald Trump, idiots. One month later... what have we learned? Well …
by BEES on The INDY Endorses Hillary Clinton for President (Our Endorsements)
To give credit where it is due, at least they are stedfast in their racism, xenophobia, sexism and repressed sexuality.
by Haggie on Real Talk: $3.76 Billion Isn’t Going to Stop N.C. Republicans from Being Transphobic Bigots (News)
As an exercise in futility, I write to Thom about once a month. His answers are always very long and …
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