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Sat Jul 13, 2013 at 07:45 PM PDT

I'm leaving this community.

by elmaji

Fuck you all.

It's obvious there's only one solution to stopping this.

Back in the 90s NWA wrote "Fuck the police comin straight from the underground/A young nigga got it bad cause I'm brown/ And not the other color so police think/they have the authority to kill a minority"

In retrospect. Those were good times. If they had to write it today they would have to replace police with White people.

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Nate Bell made national headlines Friday for his callous tweet attacking the citizens of Boston.

Nate may have apologized. But he doesn't actually feel bad. In fact he still defends his original tweet.

"I don't regret the content as much as I regret the timing," Bell, R-Mena, told The Associated Press.
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Carlos was born in Costa Rica. He moved to America as an undocumented worker and had two beautiful sons. But it wasn't long before the ugly face of politics took one of those sons away. His son Marine Lance Corporal Alexander Arrendondo was killed in Iraq in 2004. Carlos responded to the news in absolute grief, dousing himself with gasoline and setting light to himself before being tackled to the ground. Once taken to the hospital he had 20% of his body covered in burn scars.

Since that day Carlos had traveled the country. Protesting against the war, and was evenattacked by right wing nutjobs for doing so. In 2006 Edward Kennedy working on his behalf was able to obtain Citizenship for Carlos Arredondo. But that's not where the story ends.

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I think one major issue has been ignored with all this talk about the Fiscal Cliff and Congress: the republicans master plan. See back in 2010 the Republicans said that they would make Healthcare Reform Obama's Waterloo. Their obstructionism is a central part of their strategy when dealing with Obama, and Obama is not stupid he knows this.

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Blanche Lincoln saved abstinence only education in America. It was 2009 and the health care reform debate was raging. Oh how she was despised! For it was the scourge of a many a kossack to see one of our own save such a failure of a program. It was depressing to see another billion dollars of failed policies maintained, all the while we were being called out for not cutting enough ourselves. And while the GOP gloated at keeping it in place a silver lining appeared in the near future: for they failed to realize how their own policies would bring about their demise.

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So just wondering, how much did the University of Colorado spend to ruin their Statistics departments reputation with this brilliant little piece of fiction?

Any ideas?

Anyone?

Bueller?

Discuss

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy one thing becomes clear: we need election reform. Had this hurricane occurred just one week later it would have had a long lasting impact on the elections. In fact it could still have some kind of effect.

This just proves the need for changes to our current electoral law, which is largely outdated and not prepared for any state of emergency.

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Sat Oct 27, 2012 at 12:33 AM PDT

F%#K CNN

by elmaji

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Thu Oct 11, 2012 at 06:25 PM PDT

LETS HERE IT FOR THIS GUY

by elmaji

BIDEN SMASH

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Thu Oct 11, 2012 at 05:15 PM PDT

HELP IM STARTING TO PANIC

by elmaji

WHAT IF WHAT IF WHAT IF WHAT IF WHAT IFFFF

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Sun Oct 07, 2012 at 05:08 PM PDT

Venezuela Live Diary 2: The Results

by elmaji

Today Millions of Venezuelans went to the Polls in what may be the biggest election in their history. Estimates according to one head of elections stated this was the biggest turnout ever for the country. The candidates are Socialist Hugo Chavez and Centrist Henrique Capriles

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Sun Oct 07, 2012 at 12:11 PM PDT

Venezuelan Elections Liveblog

by elmaji

Today Venezuelans vote to choose their next president. The choices couldn't be more distinct. Hugo Chavez: The socialist leader of the country for the last 14 years and centrist Henrique Capriles a leader of the opposition. Polls close at 4 and we should start seeing results by 6.

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