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And suddenly there's an opening in the President's schedule.

"While we intended to meet as a team at the first opportunity we had this morning to collaboratively discuss a potential visit to the White House," the statement read, "we accept President Trump has made it clear that we are not invited."

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"Alt-light?" I think you misspelled "loathsome."

To the extent that it’s even possible to draw a line between the “alt-light” and the “alt-right,” it comes down to the degree of one’s fixation on race and one’s seriousness about purging the U.S. and Europe of nonwhite people.

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Chanelling George Wallace? I mean, "those people?" Really, Mr. President?
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Jeff Sessions is trying, with some success, to return US drug policy to a strict law enforcement model. That hasn't worked before, anywhere.

Let's try another way. Look at Portugal - treating addiction as the health problem it is seems to work better.

Drug use has declined across all age groups. Overdose deaths have plummeted to just three per million adults, the second lowest rate in the European Union. For comparison, the drug overdose death rate in the U.S. is a staggering 185 per million adults. Portugal’s drug-related HIV infections have fallen by 94% since 2001.

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Competence of the survey methodology is profoundly questionable, but that won't stop this bogus "20% of college students believe violence is appropriate" from being touted by generally conservative commenters.

John Villasenor, a professor of electrical engineering at the University of California Los Angeles, defended his survey as an important window into what he had called a troubling atmosphere on American campuses in which “freedom of expression is deeply imperiled”. Villasenor, a cybersecurity expert, said this was the first public opinion survey he had conducted.

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#Awkward

Jeffrey Gerrish, however, is President Trump’s nominee to be deputy U.S. trade representative, so it happens that investigators realized he cast his vote in the 2016 election in Virginia, even though he had moved to Maryland—a far less competitive state in national elections.

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Government official discourages free speech. Nothing 1st Amendment-ty about that.

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