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TexasTowelie

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Hometown: South Texas. most of my life I lived in Austin and Dallas
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Current location: Bryan, Texas
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Middle-aged white guy who believes in justice and equality for all. Math and computer analyst with additional 21st century jack-of-all-trades skills. I'm a stud, not a dud!

Journal Archives

Vermont News - 5/8/2016

Shumlin's big requests fall short

$49M revenue package relies largely on fees

Editorial: Sanders should look to legacy

Vermont lawmakers finish their work

Legislature wrestles with lottery consoles in bars

Budget and Tax Bills Pass Despite Republican Opposition

Vermont House asks Congress to let students file for bankruptcy

Vermont Jay Peak Resort Fraud Scheme--SEC to Federal Judge: Don’t Unfreeze Quiros Assets

St. Johnsbury Accepts State Payoff To Expand Prison Population

Gov. Shumlin signs automatic voter registration law

Newport City Considering New Chicken Regulations
After reporting fowl stories in the Kansas Group, it would be discriminatory if I overlooked Vermont.

Posted by TexasTowelie | Sun May 8, 2016, 07:41 AM (0 replies)

New Hampshire News - 5/8/2016

Stillbirth of infant at Valley Street jail documented in lawsuit, medical board order

Hassan vetoes bill exempting premium cigars from tobacco tax

Rehab center plan draws opposition

Portsmouth detective files $975K demand for alleged damages

NH Senate puts off vote on 'conversion therapy' after colleague's emotional speech

Senate splits evenly, ends two abortion bills

House compromise gives pot decrim second chance
Posted by TexasTowelie | Sun May 8, 2016, 06:45 AM (0 replies)

Massachusetts News - 5/8/2016

Town ousts woman living in tiny house she built in college

Mass. voters split on marijuana legalization, poll finds

Officials ignored many warning signs on Green Line extension

Boston's black city treasury workers face discrimination, judge rules

Trump slams ‘goofy’ Liz Warren as Hillary Clinton’s ‘flunky’
Posted by TexasTowelie | Sun May 8, 2016, 05:59 AM (0 replies)

Connecticut News - 5/8/2016

Officials Tense, Tight-Lipped On Feds' Probe Of State 'Motor Voter' Program

Student At Central Connecticut State University Found Dead

East Connecticut State University Stumbler Party 'Goes Sideways,' Leads To Numerous Arrests

At Democratic State Convention, Focus Is On Trump

Malloy Will Veto Retirement Security Bill As It Now Stands

Malloy: "The Budget That's Been Put Together is the Right Budget"

"Ban the Box" Bill Wins Final Passage

More than 2,000 Connecticut children poisoned by lead, many more not tested, state says

Cuts inevitable under Malloy budget proposal: court administrator

Democrats blast GOP for denying Hearst reporter access to convention

Blumenthal gets Democratic nod for second Senate term

Connecticut House passes bill that would curb sex abuse
Posted by TexasTowelie | Sun May 8, 2016, 05:07 AM (0 replies)

Rhode Island News - 5/8/2016

Time to stop R.I.'s long, 'shameful' parade of corruption

Rhode Island Senate votes for shark fin ban

Getting an R.I. Assembly grant is a matter of who you know

Senate bill supports regional dispatching idea

Education topic of governor’s forum at Vets on May 9

Posted by TexasTowelie | Sun May 8, 2016, 04:10 AM (0 replies)

New York News - 5/7/2016

Governor, lawmakers react to ex-Assembly speaker's sentence

Cuomo Loyalist With Troubled Finances Is at Center of U.S. Inquiry

Political Group Tied to Mayor de Blasio to Defy Subpoena

Queens charity fires director who was victim of coworker's acid attack after uncovering embezzlement scheme

New York Democrats selling national convention access to big donor

Outgoing press secretary got tired of putting up with de Blasio

Ex-mobster accused of starting massive cathedral fire

Grand jury to hear evidence in Pigeon-Michalek probe

Long Beach City Council approves smoking ban
Posted by TexasTowelie | Sat May 7, 2016, 10:30 AM (0 replies)

Wisconsin News - 5/7/2016

More UW campus faculty declare no confidence in regents, Cross

Hillary Clinton staffs up in Wisconsin

Scott Walker declares energy emergency after pipeline temporarily shuts down

Jailed adviser bilked elderly, loses license, ordered to pay $1 million-plus

De Pere businessman pleads not guilty to fraud
Posted by TexasTowelie | Sat May 7, 2016, 07:44 AM (2 replies)

Minnesota News - 5/7/2016

Prince had been under a Minnesota doctor's care weeks before his death

Minneapolis trails converge at railroad river bridge, but will they ever be able to cross?

University of Minnesota proposes tuition hikes, for some

St. Paul bans all outdoor fires amid 'extreme fire behavior'

Lawmakers offer transportation concessions, but deal still distant

No Minnesota bonding bill this year? With Senate defeat, maybe

Senate Shoots Down Gun Cell Phone Cases

Duluth school district added to teacher tenure lawsuit

Woman pleads guilty to embezzling millions from Granite Falls contractor

Racial diversity in Minnesota workplaces on the upswing



Posted by TexasTowelie | Sat May 7, 2016, 06:28 AM (0 replies)

Indiana News - 5/7/2016

Warning signs for Mike Pence’s re-election

Indiana GOP still coming to terms with Trump

First Baptist Church - Hammond sued in investment scheme

Alcohol to be more available at Indiana State Fair

Muncie's $48M riverfront project 'on hold'

Man shot as van drags Muncie officer

Miami County voter clerk resigns over primary election gaffe
Posted by TexasTowelie | Sat May 7, 2016, 04:39 AM (0 replies)

10 reasons Hillary Clinton will beat Donald Trump

This week, we saw examples of no less than 10 reasons that Hillary Clinton is going to sweep to victory in November:

1. The economy is good enough. The jobs report (160,000 jobs created, the unemployment rate steady at 5 percent) is not stellar, but there is no sign yet of a serious downturn. Conservative economist Doug Holtz-Eakin emails, "The other good news from the employer survey was that average hourly earnings rose by 0.3 percent; up 2.5 percent over the past year. The workweek edged up modestly. Put together, average weekly earnings rose solidly." Unless there is a serious economic crisis (as there was in 2008), the incumbent party has the strong upper hand.

2. Donald Trump is so reckless and scary on economic issues that he scares even Republicans. He bizarrely suggested he would negotiate the sovereign debt of the United States. That is a default and has never been attempted in U.S. history. His recklessness on this is likely a preview of things to come.

3. The GOP is badly divided, if not on the verge of a split. It is Politics 101 that the party in turmoil (Democrats in 1980, for example) loses. Already, donors are closing their wallets, and Republicans, including two past presidents and both halves of the 2012 ticket, are refusing to endorse Trump.

Read more: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/commentary/ct-hillary-clinton-will-beat-donald-trump-20160506-story.html
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