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Name: Miles Archer
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Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
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A hopeful and expectant Gowdy is having a Treygasm over the Comey horseshit

I'm not going to post any of the links here because why bother, but the 25 words or less version is that she brought this on herself.

Apparently he didn't get the memo about Comey not even knowing what's in Weiner's emails, and if they are "significant" or "relevant."

David Corn on Twitter: "The Choice"

https://twitter.com/DavidCornDC/status/792086050856398848

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The choice: a man who bragged about committing sexual assault or a woman whose top aide was married to a sexter?

https://twitter.com/DavidCornDC/status/792081670606360576

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A choice: a celebrity TV star who urged Russian hackers to attack US targets, or a former govt official who used private email server.

Bob Dylan Finally Breaks His Silence on the Nobel Prize

Speculation had run rampant when the music legend didn’t immediately address the honor, which was announced more than two weeks ago. Organizers even confirmed that Dylan hadn’t returned their calls regarding his attendance at the awards ceremony.

But Dylan says he plans to be there when King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden officially hands him the award on Dec. 10. “Absolutely,” Dylan tells the Telegraph. “If it’s at all possible.”

Dylan joins a rarified list of American honorees, and is the first-ever music to receive the literature prize. “It’s hard to believe,” Dylan adds. Later, he called the prize “amazing, incredible. Whoever dreams about something like that?”

Elsewhere, Dylan takes a philosophical approach to his decades-long career, which has also included 13 Grammys. “Everything worth doing takes time,” he says. “You have to write a hundred bad songs before you write one good one. And you have to sacrifice a lot of things that you might not be prepared for. Like it or not, you are in this alone and have to follow your own star.”

http://ultimateclassicrock.com/bob-dylan-nobel-prize-interview/

Eric Trump, today, in Pahrump, NV

A friend and former client in Nevada posted a cell phone video of Eric Trump's "Event" today.

Because it's on his Facebook page, I'm not going to link to it, and I can't embed it here.

But the apparent highlight of my friend's 2-minute video was Trump saying "I'm happy to announce that two minutes ago, the FBI re-opened its investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails."

Red meat thrown into a red, red room filled with Pahrumpians (Cruz campaigned there too).

My guess is that a basket of mini-muffins and a thank you note is sitting on Comey's desk, as we speak.

Trump, in a business meeting with pregnant woman, comments on her large breasts.

Businesswoman Barbara Corcoran, who serves as a judge on the ABC show “Shark Tank,” said Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump once talked about the size of her breasts during a business meeting.

Corcoran, discussing the multiple accusations of sexual assault against Trump with CNN’s Erin Burnett on Thursday, said it’s “preposterous that he’s claiming he’s done nothing like that,” and shared how she was once “shocked” by Trump’s actions toward her during a business meeting between the two.

“I was pregnant with my first child at the time. So was his second wife [Marla Maples],” Corcoran said. “And he compared my breast size to his wife by putting his hands in the air, telling me how large they are.

“If a man is that way ― so inappropriate ― I just assume it’s that way all the time,” Corcoran added.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/barbara-corcoran-donald-trump_us_58129823e4b064e1b4b188b5

Sexual predator informs CNN's Dana Bash that she is "actually very insulting" and "very rude"

Female Lawyer Accuses Justice Clarence Thomas Of Groping Her In 1999

Source: Huffington Post

Years after his Senate confirmation hearings were roiled by accusations that he sexually harassed Anita Hill, another woman has come forward to accuse Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of groping her.

Moira Smith, vice president and general counsel at Enstar Natural Gas Co., told the National Law Journal that the justice grabbed her without her consent in 1999, when she met him at a Truman Foundation dinner.

Veteran Supreme Court reporter Marcia Coyle writes that Smith described the encounter ― which allegedly took place when she was a 23-year-old Truman scholar ― on Facebook earlier this month. She has since deactivated her Facebook page.

Smith told the NLJ that Thomas “cupped his hand around my butt and pulled me pretty close to him” and later “squeezed” her behind during a June 1999 dinner for Truman scholars at the home of Louis Blair, then head of the Truman Foundation.

Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/clarence-thomas-accused-groping-moira-smith_us_581230f8e4b0390e69cea53e?68vvx6r

Uncle Sheldon is preparing to screw the Las Vegas / Raiders Stadium out of his $650m pledge

Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson appears ready to walk away from the NFL stadium deal if the Raiders don't agree to terms he is satisfied with.

According to Reuters, Adelson says the team wants "so much."

He's apparently told the team that he can live with or without the deal.

He's pledge up to $650 million toward building the stadium and was instrumental in getting legislation passed so public money could be used for its construction.

http://www.ktnv.com/news/sheldon-adelson-may-walk-away-from-las-vegas-stadium

Kellyanne Conway: Trump's DC "pit stop" was incredible, stunning, because, you know...Adele.

The real estate mogul’s decision to take a break from the campaign trail to officially open Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C., built in the city’s historic Old Post Office building, has raised eyebrows among some who believe that his time might be better spent on the stump. But Conway said the ribbon cutting will put front and center the type of business acumen that Trump would bring to the White House, located just blocks away.

That Hillary Clinton stopped in Miami on Tuesday night to take in part of an Adele concert should make Trump’s hotel visit look even more campaign-worthy by comparison, Conway suggested.

“He’s making a pit stop here in Washington and his under-budget, ahead-of-schedule hotel is really remarkable. It shows Americans the tangible accomplishments of Donald Trump. He’s somebody who builds things. He’s somebody who fixes things,” she told NBC’s “Today” show Wednesday morning. “And you know, respectfully, Hillary Clinton has time to go to an Adele concert and everybody thinks that's really cool. Donald Trump stops off to unveil just an incredible, stunning piece of architecture, new hotel, first-class hotel and everybody's hair is on fire.”

Wednesday’s event at Washington’s Trump hotel is not the first of the campaign for the Manhattan billionaire. He held a news conference at the property in mid-September, ostensibly to address his longtime support for the so-called “birther” movement that questioned whether Barack Obama was qualified to be elected president. Trump spent 30 minutes at the event, which was carried live by all the major cable news networks, talking up his new hotel and offering a parade of decorated veterans the opportunity to praise him.

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/trump-visit-dc-hotel-kellyanne-conway-230326

Trump congratulates Gingrich on 'amazing interview' with Megyn Kelly



Trump congratulates Gingrich on 'amazing interview' with Megyn Kelly

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump congratulated Newt Gingrich on his “amazing interview” Tuesday with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly in which the former House speaker accused the host of being “fascinated with sex.”

“Congratulations, Newt, on last night, that was an amazing interview. We don’t play games, Newt, right?” Trump said, prompting applause from the crowd at the ribbon-cutting of his newly opened Washington hotel Wednesday morning.

The former House speaker had grown heated during his interview with Kelly the previous night, accusing her of overemphasizing sexual assault allegations against Trump at the expense of topics more critical of Hillary Clinton, such as the WikiLeaks emails hacked from Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta.

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/newt-gingrich-megyn-kelly-trump-230334
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