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A north Fulton legislative race based on transit and revenge

By now, many of you have figured out that political seasons no longer have an expiration date.

They simply shift to the gopher hole one or two doors down, up, or sideways. 965 more words

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I can't stop laughing

I was surfing the web today when I bumped into this meme. This meme was so stupid I just couldn’t stop laughing. If this person is actually a news source (the name of the person who created the meme is GrassHopperNews), I wouldn’t trust any of the content that comes from it. 177 more words

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Socialism, communism, & Marxism

Marxism

What many don’t know is the fact that all three of these things are basically the same thing. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary the definition of Marxism is: 385 more words

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Trump Waffles on Putin's Denial

President Trump met with Vladmir Putin informally at the Asia-Pacific Summit on Saturday. He emerged from the meeting reiterating that Putin denied allegations that he had intermeddled with the 2016 presidential election, and claiming that he believed the Russian President. 126 more words

Barbara Jordan speaks at the 1992 Democratic Convention

Jordan taught political science at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama for a year.[7] In 1960, she returned to Houston, passed the bar and started a private law practice. 231 more words

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Democrats don't learn

Looking at events today and the violence and the hate coming from the radical left and the Democrat Party, they haven’t changed since the colonial period of the United States. 281 more words

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Word of the day: fascism

Fascism

Yes, today’s word of the day is fascism. The definition of this word per Merriam Webster Dictionary is: a political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition. 164 more words

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