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to ignore--its benefit

One source defines the word ignore thus; give little or no attention to. Such action is more than successful in causing awareness (as the author is aware presently). 197 more words

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In effort to avoid the incessant whining of Congress, the continued ineptness of the incumbent—in conjunction the propaganda issued by his press secretary; instead, the author will remind in a subtle fashion the soon demise of this nation—oh, you did not know? 106 more words

Md. Voter Turnout Lowest In Years For Primary

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Some incumbents from both parties in the Maryland General Assembly lost primary races amid low voter turnout.

The state elections board says voter turnout was about 21 percent, not including absentee and provisional ballots. 103 more words


Watch: Historic 1970 footage of a newly elected Rep. Charles Rangel

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Rep. Charlie Rangel will again seek re-election Tuesday in a storied career that has spanned four decades.

In advance of the primaries, PIX11 is showcasing historic footage of the veteran congressman shot on June 24, 1970, as Rangel spoke to the press after winning his first election and unseating Rep. 65 more words

Politics With City & State

The Rise of the Underdog

To locals, Ashland, Virginia is known as, “The Center of the Universe.” It’s beginning to seem like that to the rest of the country after this past Tuesday’s primary. 536 more words