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Kirsten Powers
USA Today Columnist. CNN Political Analyst.
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I live in a neighborhood w Section 8 housing.
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Sorry but anyone who calls themselves a Christian who would oppose poor ppl living in their neighborhood needs to do some real soul searching. It’s the perfect example of American consumerist mindset infecting Christianity.
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Survived my first day guest hosting on cnni ... 📷 draperrobert in Jerusalem…
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Jason K. Morrell 6h
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Alert to our international viewers! Live 2:30ET
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Manu Raju Jan 21
McConnell and Schumer now discussing proposal by bipartisan group of senators: Short-term CR to reopen govt plus a “commitment” to get DACA, disaster relief, domestic/defense spending. Two leaders will have to determine what commitment means
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Kirsten Powers Jan 21
you are going to have to show us how to do this! ... do you just do this in your house or do you need a greenhouse? cc
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Kirsten Powers Jan 20
Up next joining super panel on special Saturday night w ...
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Ashley McKinless Jan 19
This (Catholic) woman wants you to stop everything and listen to on :
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Kirsten Powers Jan 18
I’ll be on w coming up....
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Robert Draper Jan 18
I wrote this: 36 Hours in Washington, D.C.
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Kirsten Powers Jan 17
Up next I’ll join and on the panel on w
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The King Center Jan 14
A thread of speeches and sermons in which he speaks truth to power, shares about his philosophy of nonviolence and expounds on issues of injustice and what our righteous, rigorous response should be. Relevant. Revelatory. Revolutionary.
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Barack Obama Jan 15
Dr. King was 26 when the Montgomery bus boycott began. He started small, rallying others who believed their efforts mattered, pressing on through challenges and doubts to change our world for the better. A permanent inspiration for the rest of us to keep pushing towards justice.
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Kirsten Powers Jan 15
Lord, please send us another MLK, Jr.
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Kirsten Powers Jan 15
Could not have said it any better than this.
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Twitter Moments Jan 15
On , take a look back at Dr. King's influential speeches and sermons.
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Alice Stewart Jan 15
Up next: joining on talking s#*@ gate w/ Please tune in!
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Kirsten Powers Jan 14
Like all her family members Ellie is an avid reader. 🐶 @ Washington, District of Columbia
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