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Giselle Minoli
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Writer. Designer. Videographer.
Writer. Designer. Videographer.

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"There is often an inherent whiteness, maleness and heterosexuality associated with the term “people” when Republicans use the word. The party has only one demonstrated strategy for competing in a browning America: Whiten it, physically and electorally. Republican cheating has grown so pervasive that we have come to expect it, especially since the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act in 2013. We now expect these abhorrent laws, and to see “Voter Fraud is a Felony!” billboards in black neighborhoods. The genius of their persistence is that we get used to this nonsense."- Jamil Smith, Rolling Stone
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The Republican Party in Wisconsin is vile. News flash: they won't get away with it. Even more people will come out to vote, this will be fought in court, and sooner or later this unConstitutional legislation will be reversed. The GOP is dying a painful death and its only recourse, because even it doesn't believe in its future, is to cram anti-Democracy (as opposed to anti-Democratic) bills through the legislature before its beaten Governor is thrown out. How cowardly. How vain. How utterly stupid. Last gasp for air.
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Right...because TROTUS has no idea what he's doing.

"The gyrations in the stock market, the rise in interest rates and thousands of layoffs announced by General Motors this week have all rattled Mr. Trump, officials said."
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TROTUS goes after Republican-appointed leader of the Judiciary, Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts. So...if TROTUS doesn't approve of the Republican Justices now sitting on the Supreme Court, perhaps he should appoint Democratic Justices.
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Were Zuckerberg and Sandberg chief executives of any other company, they would be asked to step down:

"*Facebook initially worked with Definers to monitor press coverage of the company*, but then expanded the relationship in October 2017, according to the report. The public relations firm then reportedly began promoting negative coverage of Facebook’s rivals, including Apple and Google. Definers also reportedly targeted Soros after anti-Facebook activists promoted what appeared to be anti-Semitic imagery during a congressional hearing. The firm sent a research document to reporters over the summer alleging that Soros was behind an anti-Facebook movement; his Open Society Foundations, for example, supported a group that his son founded as well as Color of Change, a group that belongs to an anti-Facebook advocacy group called Freedom From Facebook." - The Huff Post
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For anyone who isn't yet aware, Google+ is shutting down in September of 2019. Therefore, every single person with an empty profile who follows my Guns guns guns Collection, which, BTW, is decidedly Anti-Gun, will be blocked immediately. I have blocked dozens upon dozens of these profiles recently and will keep doing so. FYI.
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Elvis Costello was one of the first artists on whose musical merchandising campaign I worked when I was with CBS Records. I still have copies of the silk screen posters that were shipped to me from London, and of the ones we produced ourselves in New York City. At the time his music was so outside the box, compared to, say, the music of Journey and Aerosmith, other artists on the CBS Records labels. I was enthralled. Precisely because he was so outside the box. I wondered, 'Is it just a London thing?' No...he's so very American, all these many years later. As American as...Carole King!
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Retired SCOTUS Justice Stephens Speaks: Don't Confirm Kavanaugh!
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The Senate Should Not Confirm Kavanaugh

"We have differing views about the other qualifications of Judge Kavanaugh. But we are united, as professors of law and scholars of judicial institutions, in believing that he did not display the impartiality and judicial temperament requisite to sit on the highest court of our land." - Signed, 1,000+ Law Professors (and Counting)
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