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L. Rhodes
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Lisa Desjardins 4h
Replying to @LisaDNews
Where is the wall money? Welll - it's hard to spot in the bill. ($5.7 billion for "purposes authorized by section 102" of USC code blah blah. ) It's most clear here - in the report accompanying the Homeland Security section. Search for "barrier"
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Lisa Desjardins 4h
MONDAY NIGHT (political) FOOTBALL: Senate GOP has released its 1301-page reopen-government bill. Read it here. I'm slogging away at as much as I can. (20-page summary is here: )
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L. Rhodes 4h
"I shouldn't have said tapes" will make a fitting epitaph.
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L. Rhodes 5h
Replying to @Clarknova1
The jam session slayed me.
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L. Rhodes 6h
The incident itself was real, but it looks like foreign social media accounts posing as US citizens may have pushed the Covington Catholic story to the tipping point.
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L. Rhodes 7h
Replying to @Chargeorge
He's independent in the sense that even Fox won't hire him now.
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L. Rhodes 7h
Due process guarantees are for court trials, not confirmation hearings, Republicans decided the hearing process, and Kavanaugh was confirmed anyway, so maybe O'Reilly's real complaint is that Harris took seriously the same sort of allegations that got O'Reilly himself fired…
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L. Rhodes 8h
Have any journalists contacted this couple or talked to anyone who knows them? Until this is better sourced than just, "Someone on Reddit said so," consider me skeptical.
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City of Atlanta, GA 12h
If you know anyone in need of a warm place to stay, the City of Atlanta will open two emergency warming centers at 7:00 p.m. tonight (1/21). See details below:
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L. Rhodes 15h
"Does this regime bring you joy?"
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L. Rhodes 15h
This seems like valuable regional context for understanding how a bunch of Covington Catholic students wound up harassing a Native American veteran:
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Phil Mattingly 16h
10% of TSA employees called out Sunday as shutdown continues
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NastyWomenofNPS Jan 20
New ethics guidance out from . Basically: don't get a job, don't accept gift cards, don't take out a 0% interest loan, don't set up a GoFundMe, don't eat more than $50 retail price of free meals [except in extremely limited circumstances]
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L. Rhodes 18h
The shutdown allows Trump to get back to his real strength as a businessman: not paying workers.
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L. Rhodes Jan 20
Replying to @el_gray
Just saw it. Wasn't expecting blue. The colors got more vivid the longer I looked.
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UberTumbleweed Jan 20
Replying to @UrsulaV
Tiny yarn, tiny stitches, 4-5 tiny needles. He can knit them plain, but these socks are among the earliest knitted pieces to have survived. And look at how complex they are! These are white & indigo cotton ca 1000-1300. Wool is reasonable for European-esque climate settings.
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Joel Hodgson Jan 20
Tonight Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot got inducted into Puppetry Centers permanent collection!
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L. Rhodes Jan 20
Wim Wenders gets a credit in the new season of True Detective:
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L. Rhodes Jan 20
I'm glad unpaid government workers are getting help, but these are resources that, without the shutdown, could be going to other people in dire straits.
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L. Rhodes Jan 20
While it's fantastic that AOC is helping raise money for trans kids, I worry that speaking directly to millennials on the platforms they use will start a nerd cred arms race that ends with Ted Cruz pointing out the waifu dolls sitting in his reserved seats at an election debate.
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