The desperation is palpable.
California Looking Less Like a Sure Thing for Hillary Clinton
Trump-Sanders debate would be Hillary Clinton's worst nightmare
Note: none of the above take into account the additional factor of the OIG report.
You read that right (and I hope you didn't injure your tongue).
Small-government/small-brain/small-penis Republicans are so eager to watch you pee that they are trying to pass a national Bathroom Bill:
Rachel gleefully presented a giant stack of paper with a flourish, to demonstrate how hard it would have been to comply with the Department of State "Print and File" rule for e-mail retention.
She failed to mention one little detail. That rule only applies to the rare cases when a Department employee is forced to use a private e-mail channel. It was intended to discourage the use of private e-mail. Had Hillary used the normal government e-mail system, she would not have been bound by the print and file rule.
In a sense, it doesn't matter, because she flouted both rules, and numerous others anyway.
Your candidate already won, so June 7th would be a great day to just chill. Have James bring the Lambo around, or hang out on the yacht and watch the stock ticker.
Bernie supporters: Your country needs you now, like never before. If Hillary gets the nomination, Trump wins, and the American Experiment is over. Democracy faces an unprecedented threat, and only you can save it. Be a hero. VOTE!
We still have a chance to save the general election, but the path is narrow.
Bayer AG is exploring a potential bid for U.S. competitor Monsanto Co. in a deal that would create the worlds largest supplier of seeds and farm chemicals, according to people familiar with the matter.
The German firm has held preliminary discussions internally and with advisers about buying Monsanto, which has a market value of about $43 billion...
Bayer has some very interesting products in their history, particularly in the 1940s.
Corporate censorship is alive and well at DU.
I see they have taken to hiding any post that mentions Monsanto. And you are allowing it.
I'd like to see DU publicly state your position on GMO and Monsanto.
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