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Justin Alcorn
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Just about the most blunt opinion piece I've ever seen. Why I'd he running for president when his own constituents hate him so?

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Chris Christie has a habit of telling outright lies, and it's@ getting worse as he seeks the presidency.
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Scalia: "When the Fourteenth Amendment was ratified in 1868, every State limited marriage to one man and one woman, and no one doubted the constitutionality of doing so. That resolves these cases."

No one doubted the constitutionality of allowing women to be the property of their husbands either.  Or not allowing them to vote.  By his logic, both are not legal.

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+Steve Gibson​ the mark of a great puzzle..no instructions. Very cool. Thanks.
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Fifa in crisis amid corruption arrests and World Cup voting inquiry...two days before Drop Blatter's coronation as president. Hopefully, something will actually come from this, because the world just isn't willing to boycott the World Cup.

http://gu.com/p/499vz

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Think #Berniesanders is too radical for America?  Probably not as much as you think.....

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Blames Obama for the consequences of his own stubbornness.  Of course.
 
A man decides to not buy legally mandated health insurance.  He proceeds to have unexpected, very expensive medical bills.  He can't enroll on the exchanges because the 2015 window has closed.  He's unable to work, and would be eligible for Medicaid, but his Republican state legislature declined to participate in the federally funded Medicaid expansion.  So he has nothing and may go blind.

Who does he blame?

a. Himself.  Assuming that someone else would save him in an emergency was selfish and childish.

b. Congressional Republicans from the 1990s who killed single payer health coverage. Single payer would have meant he always had coverage.

c. Congressional Republicans from the 1990s who created the core design of Obamacare.

d. Current Republicans in his state, who blocked a federally funded Medicaid expansion that would have covered him.

e. Obama and Democrats, who bent over backwards to try and ensure this wouldn't happen.

If you guessed "e", you're right. http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/health-care/health-care-challenge-blog/article20696283.html

That's why we can't have nice things.  There is a Republican base who, if their Republican representatives literally showed up at their door and kicked the in the genitals, would somehow blame Democrats for their crotch pain.

(Via http://talkingpointsmemo.com/edblog/just-shake-your-head )
Uninsured Fort Mill man needs surgery to save his sight, but there are no easy answers about who should foot the bill.
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Cuyahoga Cty is already marrying same sex couples. Congrats Rob and Dan of #ClevelandHeights - First in the county to be wed! #LoveWins

http://www.wkyc.com/story/news/local/cuyahoga-county/2015/06/26/same-sex-marriage-license/29328283/

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In light of the ruling, the Cuyahoga County Probate Court issued the first marriage license to a same sex couple later this morning.
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Brian is right, the author..and the IRS...should have known that it's a single factor.
 
The author of this article makes the same error that the IRS and most website owners make; asking for many pieces of personally identifying information is not multiple-factor authentication. No matter how many questions you ask, that is still a single factor: something you know. In order for it to be multiple factor authentication, you would have to add something physical that you have (hardware token, physical key, etc.), something you are (biometric value), or some factor other than simply something else you know.
A group of organized criminals got the tax returns of more than 100,000 Americans. Here's a few ways they might've gotten the info to do it.
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Unfortunately, this is the same error that every bank website out there makes with their idiotic security theatre questions. Of course, those are even worse, since they are basically proliferating personally identifiable information that might not previously been known. I treat all "security" questions as alternate backup passwords, and give them a random password that I store in 1Password. I just wish +1Password would add built in support for these questions so I could more easily handle hem instead of having to manually create text items for each one,

At least Google understands this, and calls their one-time-password system "Two-step security" instead of two-factor security.
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"Bernie is not polished, because Bernie does not give a fuck. Bernie has shit to do"

http://gu.com/p/4998n

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Just because the intelligence was bad, doesn't mean that no crime was committed. Because they ignored any intelligence that didn't fit with their gotta-have-a-war agenda.

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Republicans still won't admit Bush lied us into war, and liberals are helping them get away with it.
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I just want to sing the blues or something. Sad day. Thanks for everything, Mr. King

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'King of the Blues' legend BB King dies in Las Vegas aged 89, his lawyer says.
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Such an amazing artist. today is definitely a bluez day
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“go ahead and vote for Sanders and Clinton, but that’s all. Spend the rest of your time, energy and money on building militant grassroots activism.”

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Is Bernie Sanders a more progressive presidential candidate than Hillary Clinton? Undoubtedly. Will he single-handedly catalyze a united left front in the United States? Probably not.
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Tom and his staff are always helpful, and Tom supports the local schools and is their source for music and instruments. A great asset for Cleveland Heights. If he doesn't have it, he'll help you find it. The building is old and the lesson rooms are a little raggedy. So what? The teachers are great and the service is excellent.
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They are rightly famous for their sandwiches - but it's the beer selection that keeps me coming back. Dozens of GREAT beers on tap, changed regularly. Stone's Arrogant Bastard is always available, but take some time to look through all the selections. Fantastic, with a lively atmosphere.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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