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The past tells us plenty about what to expect from the ‘gaslighter in chief.’
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Journalists, yeah right. Actually, they are Liberal Arts grads that know nothing of the world. Pathetic creatures.
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Even politicians who disagree with Lewis's policy positions say the civil rights icon deserves the nation's respect.
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+Larry Lyons Who's Trump?
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The president-elect also said he would force drug firms to negotiate prices in Medicare and Medicaid.
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The one detail that congressional Republicans and the Trump administration have consistently promised is that they will cut the PPACA's progressive taxes, costing the budget $600B over the next ten years. Given that they will have less (not more) money to spend on coverage compared to the current system, it is unlikely that their new health law will lead to the same level of coverage, for the same number of people, as the status quo.
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Researchers identify Japanese tapeworm parasite in Alaskan-caught salmon
"If it was anything that was of concern, increased risk or anything like that from a management standpoint, we would have said something,” an Alaskan biologist said.
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Not eating that 
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Checked on a deceased relative. The site didn't even know he had passed and many of the "related to" were not true...Tree isn't all that smart..

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The definitive guide to what experts know about the effects of marijuana use
A massive new review of the science lays out what we know, and what we don't.
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Note, I said 'effects'. Nor did I say that the research is finished. Hope you liked the documentary.

I will half-ways agree with you in that the push is both money and health issues. Hmmmm, make that third-ways and add the fact that the laws are unjust and unnecessary, costing municipalities, states/provinces and the federal government to spend billions every year on policing, courts and incarceration. And the costs to families.

Do you truly think that the industry will be so unregulated? It'll be under restrictions and inspections, same as alcohol. Yes, there'll be snake oil salesmen. We've always had the liars, cheats and fraudsters; the snake oil salesmen.

Just had a thought on that. Pot smokers rely very heavily on reputation. Somebody selling bunk doesn't stay in business very long. That is a big benefit when its kept at the community level.
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And experts say alcohol companies target women with messages that promote heavy drinking.
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To this day, the case remains the only unsolved skyjacking in the United States.
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Yeah sure that man long gone with his money. 
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For the first time in 2 years, El Salvador marks a day without a killing
Hours later, the bloodshed would continue in the gang-ridden country that has earned the unfortunate title of the hemisphere's murder capital.
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Quite impressive.
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Why Wells Fargo rejected a teacher’s Black Lives Matter debit card design
A bank spokesman said it rejected the image because company policy “prohibits political and trademarked or copyrighted images."
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+Phil c hahahaha lmao 😂 of 
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Why the ‘gluten-free movement’ is less of a fad than we thought
There's been an incredible rise in the number of gluten-free people, and they may not all be just making it up.
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+Tom Hume I know that genetic experts have not found any "differences" in new GMO proteins that are manufactured, but that doesn't mean some people aren't affected. Some trials should be done, but big agri business controls the dialog on this.
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Maj. Gen. Errol R. Schwartz hands over command the moment Trump is sworn in as president.
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+Sasha Alexander
No. But brass tacks time I'm going to use my good arm to eradicate the traitors of my country, so help me God. Like Putin at our expense it will come with a price.

Home is home. Mess with home, better be ready in defending your views with your lives.
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