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Real Classy, Donald Trump Calling President Biden a ‘Dumb Son of a Bitch’; How Right-Wingers Avoid Dealing With Reality; Kamala Harris Embraces New Attack Role

Trump Calls Biden a ‘Dumb Son of a Bitch’ at Pennsylvania Rally

“We have somebody that’s not at the top of his game, never was at the top of a game, never was,” the twice-indicted former president said.

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‘THEY DONT DO ANYTHING!’ Trump Threatens House Republicans Who Won’t Impeach Biden, Pledges To Endorse Primary Opponents

Donald Trump threatened to primary House GOP lawmakers who refused to impeach President Joe Biden during a campaign rally in Erie, Pennsylvania on Saturday.

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How Right-Wingers Avoid Dealing With Reality

Conservatives seem to fret over the “slippery slopes” of their culture-war outrages du jour, all to avoid dealing with the avalanches crashing down around the rest of us.

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Kamala Harris embraces new attack role, draws fresh Republican fire

Vice President Kamala Harris has shown a punchy side during a tour of nearly a dozen U.S. states in recent weeks, attacking Florida Governor Ron DeSantis…

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US Congress is a cozy club of multimillionaire boomer lawmakers hoarding power

There’s a word for this sort of oligarchical rule by the elderly, of course: gerontocracy

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Wagner mercenaries in Belarus move closer to the Polish border, Poland’s prime minister says

The Polish prime minister says that over 100 mercenaries belonging to the Russian-linked Wagner group in Belarus have moved close to the border with Poland.

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The UFO congressional hearing was ‘insulting’ to US employees, a top Pentagon official says

Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick’s letter, published on his personal LinkedIn page and circulated Friday across social media, criticizes much of the testimony from a retired Air Force intelligence officer.

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Trump and DeSantis Collide for First Time in Iowa, as Fortunes Diverge

A contest once viewed as a two-man race between Donald J. Trump and Ron DeSantis has settled into a new dynamic: Mr. Trump versus everyone else.

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Montana judge temporarily lifts ban on drag performances ahead of major Pride event

The ruling will allow Montana Pride to advertise and hold some of its events in public places.

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Refund Request Shows Financial Pressure on Trump From Legal Fees

The situation signals a potential money crisis as the former president runs a campaign while under indictment in two jurisdictions and, soon, potentially a third.

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Trump-Appointed Judge Nixes CNN Defamation Suit

The former president claimed the network defamed him by comparing him to Adolf Hitler.

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Democrats balk at Alito assertion that Congress has ‘no authority’ over Supreme Court

Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) argued Congress would always have regulation power over the high court. “Congress has always regulated you and will continue to do so,” he added. “You are not above the law.”

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Ukraine bucks Russian tradition by moving Christmas Day celebrations to December

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Saturday signed a law that will officially move the country’s Christmas Day holiday from early January to Dec. 25.

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Alicia Navarro asked to be taken off missing persons list to get driver’s license: cops

When Alicia Navarro walked into a Montana precinct to request that she be taken off the missing person’s list Sunday, she was looking for a way to begin living “a normal life,” authorities said.

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Thunderstorms cause damage in DC areaJoe’s recalls falafel and broccoli cheddar soup for possible rocks, insects

Severe thunderstorms caused damage across the Washington, DC, region Saturday, with downed trees and power lines and suspended service on parts of the Metro train system.

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Abortion and the Federal Government
by. Adam Withrow

As we all ought to know, the decision to have an abortion is probably the most difficult one a woman can face.

There are a number of reasons one might be confronted with this choice, none of which are pleasant. I’d like to start with the most extreme – the one that may not even be a choice. There are a number of things that can happen during pregnancy that can cause an expecting mother to unexpectedly die. Many, if not most of them, will ultimately claim the life of the unborn child as well. There is no excuse to allow the woman to die if it is preventable, even if that means terminating the pregnancy. The line between killing and letting die is quite thin, and passing any legislation that forces women to die seems to fall more on the killing side.

I would hate to see an anti-abortion crusader have to look on as their daughter, granddaughter, niece, cousin, close friend, or anyone else dies because they got caught up in a social movement. What could they really tell themselves?

Secondly, politicians are not qualified to make these kinds of decisions. It hasn’t happened to them, or if it did, they don’t admit it. The honest fact is, no one but the individual and their doctor know for sure if it’s the worst case scenario. Sometimes, an unborn child can also be afflicted with incurable illness that will render their life short and painful if they are carried to term. Many of these conditions can be identified before the child is born, and as sad as it is to say, it is merciful to spare them the pain of what existence they will have.

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Age Limits in Government

As the country continues to face numerous challenges, it’s high time we considered age limits for government officials. We need fresh ideas and young blood in Congress and the presidency. It’s not a secret that the elderly often struggle with keeping up with the latest trends and developments, which is why we need age limits.

To be clear, age limits should apply to both the minimum and maximum age a person can hold office. This ensures that we don’t have inexperienced and untested politicians running our country. At the same time, we want to avoid having people who have been in power for decades and have lost touch with the realities of our society.

We need politicians who are aware of the latest trends, innovations, and technologies that are shaping our world. Younger people tend to be more in touch with these developments, and they can bring fresh perspectives and ideas to the table. Age limits will ensure that we have a continuous stream of new talent, ideas, and energy in our government.

Imagine having a 90-year-old president trying to navigate the complexities of the digital age and climate change. It’s not impossible, but it’s not ideal either. We need politicians who are not only competent but also adaptable and innovative. Age limits will help us achieve this goal.

Of course, it’s not just about age. We need to consider other factors such as experience, education, and leadership skills. However, age is a critical factor that we can’t ignore. We need to strike a balance between experience and innovation, and age limits can help us achieve that balance.

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Adam Withrow

Potential candidate for CO, US Representative, 2024


I am a normal working stiff from Southern Colorado. I, along with many others in our District, recognize the need for a change in representation in the US House of Representatives away from Lauren Boebert. I also recognize the vast enthusiasm gap between her and the person she defeated in 2022. The honest fact is, the majority of the votes he got, mine included, were votes AGAINST her and not FOR him. Outside of Aspen, the thought of a person from there being truly representative of our region is false at best, and repulsive at worst.

Since my mid twenties, people have been asking me to run for this House seat, some of whom were highly influential business owners, and others were regular working people like myself. This cycle, I have caved in to the pressure. Instead of coming across as though I have the answers to all of our problems or presenting myself as a full-blown partisan zealot, I’d like to practice a little true Democracy as our representative. When major issues come up, I want to contact local experts and stakeholders, and I’d also like to survey the citizens of the district at large for their direct input.

I want to introduce solutions that I believe can balance the federal budget, reduce inequality, better serve our veterans, and work towards global peace and stability. I am willing to answer any questions that anyone may have, and I’m also flexible about certain issues because I believe you have to be to truly represent the people. I do not think the voter should have to choose all of what any party has to say when they choose a candidate for it, and I do not believe the candidate should ask the voter to trust in their opinion without being able to give functional input.

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