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Romney To The Rescue?

Charlie Pierce is praying to the gods of journalism to make it so, based on this New York Magazine article. Pierce:

Still, the idea makes sense on paper.

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Weekly Weird Republican News Issue #9

The Weekly Weird Republican News Issue #9

            Issue number 9 features our coverage of Rand Paul’s “Night of the Living Dead” movie. In this issue we reveal the participation of Senators Mitch McConnell, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul along with House of Representative leaders John Boehner and Paul Ryan in this epic movie pic. 105 more words


President Obama Wins Third Debate, Google Says

President Obama was the victor of the third and final presidential debate, according to a Google Consumer Survey.
Forty-five percent of survey responders thought the incumbent did a better job arguing his case focusing on foreign policy. 8 more words

Oh yes: Some Romney donors still holding out hope he’ll jump in and rescue the GOP

The more you hate Romney the more you should want him in the race, not just for strategic reasons, because it’ll split the center further, but for sheer comic value. 30 more words


Former top aide: Mitt Romney "not reconsidering" decision not to run for president in 2016

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Mitt Romney isn’t reconsidering his decision to stay out of the 2016 presidential race, former top aide Eric Fehrnstrom said Tuesday.

Fehrnstrom, a Romney staffer in his 2008 and 2012 Republican presidential runs, said in an interview with CNN’s Brianna Keilar on “The Situation Room” that Romney is happy spending more time with his children and grandchildren. 175 more words


Is Hillary a Historically Bad Candidate? (Part Five)

September 1, 2015

I swear, this series will end one day, maybe even before the voters start caucusing in Iowa.  Maybe.  For now, it’s time to look at the mediocre at best nominees.   4,801 more words

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Is your state or country going through urban renewal, rebuilding while displacing

Definition of GENTRIFICATION …

  The process of renewal and rebuilding accompanying the influx of upper-income or affluent people into deteriorating areas that often displaces poorer residents. 124 more words

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