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Dan Rather sees through Trump tax return ‘smoke screen’ as distraction from Russia and health care debacle

http://www.rawstory.com/2017/03/dan-rather-sees-through-trump-tax-return-smoke-screen-as-distraction-from-russia-and-health-care-debacle/

Legendary journalist and former CBS News anchor Dan Rather took a look at the surprising leak of the first two pages of President Donald Trump’s 2005 tax returns and declared it more of “a smoke screen” than “a smoking gun.” 357 more words

Daily News

Smoke gets in your eyes

“Jeff Sessions is an honest man. He did not say anything wrong. He could have stated his response more accurately, but it was clearly not intentional. 665 more words

Donald Trump

Arrogant, Overfed, and Unconcerned.

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My next opportunity to take a class with this professor was in the fall of 2004. The title of the course read “Prophetical Books of the Old Testament”. 542 more words

Exclusive: Sean Buttimer Interview

Lady Luck is definitely with us! Not only were we lucky enough to have an interview with the beautiful and talented Aesha Waks, star of many Indie films, but we now have another… 837 more words

Geek

Wyoming - One for the Record Books

I know some people have been bothered by fans griping about the Wyoming game, but I kind of like it.  It means bigger expectations are still around for a team that far too often settled into that 9-4 life the past few years.   2,348 more words

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Smoke Screen

I was trolling around Facebook yesterday and saw that there will be yet another series released, based on a movie from my childhood. Now, I’m all for nostalgia, but it seems that half the entertainment we get is recycled, remixed, and remade. 271 more words

Charting Miami - A Game of Ugly

The Miami game was not Nebraska’s finest, either from an efficiency standpoint or in terms of offensive balance.  A porous defense coupled with early penalties and untimely drops put Nebraska well behind at the half, and an early Miami TD in the third quarter forced Nebraska to rely too much on passing the ball in the second half to catch up. 955 more words

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