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Crosby Stills, Nash and Young VH1 Legends Documentary

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Gallop: Americans Maintain a Positive View of Bernie Sanders

https://news.gallup.com/poll/243539/americans-maintain-positive-view-bernie-sanders.aspx
"Nearly four in five Democrats have a positive view of Sanders"
"Sanders, an independent who caucuses with Senate Democrats, is most popular among Democrats (78%), as would be expected, but a majority of independents (54%) also view him favorably. Meanwhile, more than twice as many Republicans view him unfavorably (69%) as favorably (26%).

Sanders' ratings are mixed among whites, with nearly half viewing him favorably and half unfavorably. But, consistent with their more Democratic political orientation, nearly two in three nonwhites (64%) have a positive view of Sanders"

Neil Young: Like a Hurricane.

Thank you very much to the kind DU'ers who have given me hearts. You have brightened my week.

That was very thoughtful and I appreciate it.

Hers is a link to the correct image.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:MOS_6502AD_4585_top.jpg

I can't get behind some holding up.a likeness off a severed head.

Even though i dislike tRump and his politics what she did IMO was over the top and innappropriate. CNN rightfully gave her the boot.

She has the right to do whatever she wants but what she did imo is not socially acceptable. The fact that there are offensive aholes on the right doesn't justify her actions.

The man is unfit to lead this country.

There is absolutely nothing but positives about the Senators trip to Rome. The only controversy is

the unhealthy obsession Hillary'supporters have about it.
Keep knocking yourself out.

It is not the job of the moderator of Meet The Press

to pitch softballs to presidential candidates.

Here is a link to an article on where the U.S. stands on the Soclal Progress Index

http://globalpublicsquare.blogs.cnn.com/2014/04/19/how-u-s-is-lagging-on-quality-of-life/

We rank 16th, and 70th in the sub-category of health and wellness.

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