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Can Wall Street-Friendly, Overly-Cautious Chuck Schumer Lead the Senate?

“Twenty-two years without ever making his bed,” marveled Sen. Dick Durbin recently, referring to his former housemate in Washington, D.C., and longtime colleague, Sen. Charles Schumer. 4,088 more words

Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner tells NY Daily News reporter to 'get a hobby.' Is sexting a hobby?

NYPD Commissioner William Bratton is currently addressing the New York City Council and updating them on the state of policing in the city.

Here’s one of the live tweets from the meeting: 352 more words

US Politics

Anthony Weiner Wants to Punch Braden Holtby in the Head

Punching Holtby in the head is definitely a penalty most of NY would love to take.

— Anthony Weiner (@anthonyweiner) May 7, 2015

Anthony Weiner still uses Twitter.

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NHL

The Hillary Baggage No One is Talking About

Lots of people are talking about the scandals of the Clinton Foundation and how Bill and Hillary Clinton enriched themselves by selling their political influence. 66 more words

News

Roaming Through a Fenceless World: The Future of Political Scandal

Government politics make fertile grounds for scandal. There has never been an infallible politician and, as long as none of those exist, the media and opposition can exploit their numerous flaws regardless of relevance. 1,579 more words

Social Media

Trouble in Reliable Sources paradise?

Some media outlets have been critical of CNN’s Brian Stelter allowing disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner to appear on Reliable Sources and serve as some sort of media analyst. 251 more words

CNN

WEINER, AKA CARLOS DANGER, NOW A MEDIA ANALYST

Mediaite: “Anthony Weiner — yes, that Anthony Weiner — talked to Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter Sunday morning about Hillary Clinton’s road trip to Iowa in the now infamous Scooby van, which he said bespoke of the unexpected in comparison GOP’s candidate’s staged events, and said the media was focusing on arcane or frivolous details that mattered only to the insider types, not to voters.” 125 more words

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