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That feel when you have to go outside in February to warm up.
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There's a special place in Hell...

Invokes 'HELL' for women who 'don't help each other'.

Party boos God at convention.

I so confuse...   H/T    +Larry O'Connor 

http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/watch/albright-addresses-women-voters-617720899732?cid=sm_fb_msnbc
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I am happy to help Hillary, I will gladly help Hillary...

...to become a two time loser for the Presidency.
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So good I watched it twice
 
This is excellent.
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Hello Felicia it's Bob from Rio Grande the first time I was ever on hangout and I seen that you posted something about me pleasure meeting you
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Asset Forfeiture Summit in Dallas February 9th

Who's coming?

'Join Right on Crime and the Institute for Policy Innovation on Feb. 9th in Dallas, TX as we host a policy summit about civil asset forfeiture in Texas and the United States.

Hear directly from experts who will explore not only the historical aspects of the practice and what can be done to curtail its abuses, but also how to cut through its complexity and teach you how to communicate about this important issue.'

Click the link below for more details:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/civil-asset-forfeiture-summit-dallas-tickets-20281474436
On February 9, 2016, from 4:00 to 8:00 pm, Right on Crime, in partnership with The Institute for Policy Innovation, will host a policy summit followed by a cocktail reception in Dallas, TX. Civil asset forfeiture is a mechanism that allows a very low burden of proof before law enforcement is able to seize property from individual citizens and businesses. The assets can then be re-purposed, often providing funding for the very law enforcement age...
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Wish I didn't have a prior engagement... This is a big issue for me. Let me know how it goes, I really want to get behind it!
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Just STAHP

Everybody needs the reminder now and again.

I love all my friends engaged in politics. Y'all make me feel less of an outlier and more like I've found 'MY PEOPLE' - whether or not you support the same candidates or issues that I do. The thing is that you make me feel less of a freak for caring so passionately about the issues and the problems we're facing.

So I'm hoping the takeaway here is that I'd still like to retain all my political friends (of whatever stripe) beyond the primary cycle, and beyond November. I hope you feel the same way. Too many people I know have lost friendships over politics. That really sucks, because we need each other for more than just this.

http://thefederalist.com/2016/01/15/7-annoying-things-to-stop-doing-during-the-primaries/
Presidential primaries are, without a doubt, the most annoying part of the political process.
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+Samuel Rosado Basic is all you have, apparently.
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An Indictment Against Us, Actually

I find this a less coherent collection of things I've been saying, and while it gets a little nasty in tone, the anger is easy to understand.  Still, this is on us.

For years we've been so frustrated with bias against conservatives in traditional media that we really believed it would be a good thing to have bias FOR conservatives.  *That was mistake #1*.

Then we listened as so many of these right-leaning media personalities educated us on how politics worked.  That was a good thing.  It equipped us to understand and fight back somewhat.  But we didn't question or challenge some of the things we heard because we started trusting these guys.  *That was mistake #2*. 

Then we allowed our allegiance to these guys to be confused with our allegiance to the ideas we understood them to be promoting.  *That was mistake #3*.  

Then, when these guys told us to be outraged, we started doing it on cue, parroting accusations against targets when we might not have had the whole story, or when we might have saved our ire for subjects we could do something about.  And we gave them ever increasing ratings for their efforts.  We rewarded their outrage carousel. That was mistake #4.

Then we got addicted to the outrage machine, and began judging the quality and depth of one's conservatism by how demonstrably angry they were. That was mistake #5.

Then we started striking allies off the rolls of acceptable conservatives, merely because they didn't agree with how these hosts characterized conservatism.  *That was mistake #6*.

And now, having fallen into the outrage trap, having seen these hosts and personalities gin up ire over everything and everyone that could have been an ally and dividing the right into small and fractured divisions, we wonder how there's nobody left to stand up against a candidate who has exactly zero reliable qualifications as a conservative.

Nobody was good enough, nobody was conservative enough, everyone was a RINO.  And now, these guys created a vacuum, and nature abhors a vacuum.  Look what it's getting filled with.  We own this too.

http://www.redstate.com/diary/sweetie15/2016/01/31/indictment-conservative-media/
2 RecommendedRecommend Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES The Golden Age of journalism is dead. There are no more Edward R. Murrows, William F. Buckleys, or Walter Cronkites. Don’t look for them. They don’t exist. Those days when the news was the news and a journalist made his bones by digging for the facts and breaking the big stories are now the stuff of faded | Read More »
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I can't help but conclude that this article is like everyone else-"BIAS". The motivations for media have not changed. Trump is up in the polls. That's why he is getting coverage. Ratings!
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It takes work to learn HOW to win.
 
"You owe it to your philosophy to study how to win.  You have a moral obligation to learn how to win.“

I think too many of us believed that being right was enough.  That we could just speak liberty into existence.  This is why I'm glad there are so many groups investing in training conservatives how to become better at all the details politics involves.  

http://www.redstate.com/diary/Morton_C_Blackwell/2010/10/01/the-real-nature-of-politics/
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OMG.
When attacked, use the Force.
Or your purse.
Or something.
Finnish rape-defense video.  

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I am SO GLAD to see this case turn out this way!  

We talked about this last year on #TheRefinery  (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNPfO2GMIMw) and we knew McLellan had prevailed against the IRS, but now it's fantastic to learn that he gets ALL his money back, PLUS INTEREST AND LEGAL FEES.

H/T +Rachel Palmer for bringing the good news!
 
First the feds stole $107,000 from Lyndon McLellan, saying his bank deposits of money from his North Carolina convenience store were suspiciously small, as if he were trying to avoid the reporting requirement for transactions involving $10,000 or more. Then the feds refused to return the money, even after the IRS and the Justice Department announced that they would no longer pursue such "structuring" cases unless they involved proceeds of illegal activity. Offering to return half the money last March, a federal prosecutor warned McLellan's lawyer that calling public attention to the case would only make the government less inclined to reach a settlement.
A convenience store owner accused of "structuring" will get some compensation for his forfeiture ordeal.
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That's a lot of scratch.
 
Who is spending the most money?

It ain't the Republicans. 
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Hi Felisha how are you I'm Bob from Rio Grande New Jersey
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Voters supporting Bernie Sanders are claiming another case of election fraud occurred in Iowa at Ames District 1-3
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RNC Fails at Gaming The System

In 2012 all hell broke loose at the RNC convention over the handling of rules on nominations.  The target was Ron Paul, and the many fairly elected delegates he brought to convention.  Regardless of my thoughts on the Ron Paul candidacy, changing the rules to make it harder for a nominee to have enough delegates to be considered 'official' was pretty sleazy.  The idea was to guarantee that a candidate needed to show well in 8 states in order to be recognized as a nominee for purposes of the convention.  The intent was to secure an easy renomination for Mitt Romney, and make challenging the leading candidate difficult.

In 2016, the RNC has considered changing the rules to LOWER the threshold of states needed for  candidate to qualify as a nominee.  The reason?  They're afraid that Trump will crowd out too many of the other alternative candidates if they each have to get a good showing in 8 states.  Trump protested, and at the winter meeting the RNC decided to stay with the rules as written, the rules they were so happy about a mere 4 years ago.  Now they aren't as concerned with protecting the leading candidate.

When people say they hate the RNC, they usually mean to criticize their ability to compete with Democrats, their huge technology gap, their distance from the rank-and-file GOP voter.  But this, this is the worst part of it all.  This is a blatant attempt to game the system.  And they should be called out on it, no matter who you support.  

Do you know who your state's RNC members are?  How they're elected?  How to change them?

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/jan/27/donald-trump-warning-prompts-rnc-leaders-to-scrap-/?page=all#pagebreak
Donald Trump’s campaign, feeling it can ill afford anything less than a first-ballot win at the presidential nominating convention in July, privately warned the GOP this month not to attempt to change its rules this late in the game.
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Until these "news" outlets become unbiased, I will continue to view these articles with skepticism. I also see nothing wrong with ensuring the purity of the process. Keeping everything above board ensures belief in the system. 
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