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'Simple diagram' shows how DC's concealed carry applications will begin this Thursday

In case you missed it, Washington D.C. City Council voted unanimously late last month to allow visitors and residents in the District to carry concealed weapons. 249 more words

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'Go with that, skippy': This Chris Hayes flashback is deliciously painful

We’d be doing that, too, if we were him. Because given what Wendy Davis has been up to these last few weeks, this is even more embarrassing than it was when he tweeted it over a year ago: 231 more words

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Dan Savage says DCCC fundraising emails flooding his sex advice inbox

Is anyone else out there starting to become nostalgic for the good old days when the big campaign issues on the table were Big Bird, bayonets and binders full of women? 353 more words

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Keep digging, Wendy! Tapped-out Team Davis reduced to playing the dildo card

Wait … what?

Dildos, cripple-shaming, and killin' viable infants: @WendyDavisTexas is in touch with Texas values.

— Neal Dewing (@Neal_Dewing) October 20, 2014

Looks like Wendy Davis is determined to go out with a bang:

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Voter suppression in action: President made to show driver's license to vote

After searching on the golf course both Saturday and Sunday for a way to contain the Ebola crisis, President Obama chose Monday to fly to Chicago to vote early. 178 more words

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'Hey Texas!' Squeeing 'Scandal' star Kerry Washington wants you to go vote for Wendy Davis

Oh yeah. Nothing screams “empowering” like pink sneakers and abortion. That’s why “Scandal” star Kerry Washington wants you to hurry up and vote for Wendy Davis: 329 more words

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Sharyl Attkisson, Investor's Business Daily warn of 2015 Obamacare rate shock

Is rate shock covered by Obamacare? Investor’s Business Daily reports today that it’s almost certainly caused by the Affordable Care Act. Don’t expect it to set in too soon, though; enrollment has been pushed back until after the November elections. 265 more words

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