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There really is no justice. 
Grand jury declines to indict white officer Timothy Loehmann as well as his partner over shooting of Rice on in November, 2014.
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Buchanan would know... 
GOP front-runner leads cult of personality centered around white alienation, racial resentment and authoritarianism.
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+Knights Templar So you would like a anchor husband in the Whitehouse, how immigration friendly of you.  
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It's true, Trump is nothing more than a caricature. 
On CBS's Face the Nation, the Late Night Show reviews his first four months behind the desk.
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Hey guys. When someone presses the spacebar on a website? It's supposed to page down. Your website is broken.
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Yup.
Republicans have hid shamefully behind the patriotism and the flag. Michael Moore just upended the whole scheme.
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The release date around the NH primary is good, but I'd hope he'd insure that it was on free TV by Oct! All who would watch need the opportunity to do so, and 1-2 months before the general is the perfect time.
Michael: Free advice - don't take your bus and your movie through the Bible belt, or you might never make another film again.
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Even though Jon Stewart "retired" this year was still pretty hilarious 
The best comedians founds laughs amid tragedy and unrest.
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Jon didn't really retire, he just changed seats.
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And how many people are in jail again?
The ongoing corporate crime wave shows no signs of abating.
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WHITE COLLAR CRIME PAYS IS THE MESSAGE
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They made this bed... 
In addition to being anti-establishment and anti-immigration, Drudge is also famously anti-Clinton, both Bill and Hillary.
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It's incredible that this closeted, self-loathing homosexual is one of the leading "lights" of the right. But good luck to you all. Smarmy, hypocritical characters like him are sure to lead you to where you want to go.
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Another heartbreaking murder at the hands of the Chicago PD
Bettie Jones was in another unit after police responded to a domestic dispute call from the father of Quintonio Legrier, who was also killed by police.
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Where there is no justice there really will not be peace and for those in the justice departement who have continued to reverse the course of justice they too will pay for their sins
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One of the major things Occupy Wall Street did was change the conversation:

Taking a hard look at some of the self-sabotaging behaviors of the left.
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Being a nobody watching from the outside, I can say that wiggling your fingers up if you agree and wiggling your fingers down if you disagree while repeating everything in unison was far more socially and psychologically devastating than any thing wall street could do. It became a dispute over summer camp rather than a movement to stop a great evil.
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And boy are these weird.
Lies, hate-mongering and spin are staples of the election cycle. But this stuff is just dumb.
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Hellary she just hot an knows it."p/n/m".
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Seriously... 
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The real problem is a short memory. Every twenty years or so we are reminded that "absolute power corrupts absolutely" and within four years we forget and start giving unquestioned power and authority to men and women who, in real day to day life, we wouldn't want to be on the same elevator as our children, much less deciding their futures. A reactionary populace always loses everything to the corrupt and the truly evil.
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This story will break your heart. 
In familiar fashion, law enforcement officials insist that the victim of this police shooting – at least the 960th to occur in 2015 – was to blame.
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+Bob Leurck Are you?
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