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If there's any money left over...





Anyone remember how Fox News reacted when Obama said he'd be WILLING to meet with Lil Kim?

Such a far cry from the way they portray Trump, huh?


What can be done if "big money" isn't standing in the way of effective politicians

https://twitter.com/AOC/status/1101573021020631041



Imagine that! This stuff is not beneath her.


https://twitter.com/AOC/status/1101579908747329543

https://twitter.com/AOC/status/1101581808699928576



But I'm sure she'll have top-notch staff someday when she's serving on cabinet or as V.P. or as president of the country and she really no longer has time to look into "everyday" matters at a constituency level.

God bless Portland, Oregon

so to speak.


The Portland, Oregon, City Council has approved a measure extending civil rights protections to atheist, agnostic and other nonreligious residents.

The council’s unanimous vote on Wednesday ensures that nonreligious people are explicitly protected from discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodation.

“By passing this ordinance, we’re sending a message that we value nonbelievers and affirm that protections of our civil rights code extends to them,” Commissioner Amanda Fritz said during the council meeting. “With this declaration, perhaps more nonbelievers will feel less fearful of being themselves in the open.”

The vote amends the definition of religion in Portland’s city code to include atheism, agnosticism and other forms of non-belief.


https://www.huffpost.com/entry/portland-nonreligious-anti-discrimination_n_5c783133e4b0d3a48b57e65a

Dallas Cowboys lure Jason Witten out of retirement

INDIANAPOLIS -- Jason Witten is returning to the Dallas Cowboys, the team announced Thursday.

Witten is leaving ESPN's Monday Night Football and returning to the playing field less than a year after announcing his retirement. Sources told ESPN that the tight end is getting a one-year deal worth $3.5 million that can max out at $5 million, including roster bonuses and incentives.

Witten has played in 11 Pro Bowls during his 15 years with the Cowboys, becoming the franchise leader with 1,152 receptions, which ranks fourth in NFL history, and 12,448 receiving yards. He also holds franchise records for games played (239), consecutive games (236), starts (229) and consecutive starts (179).



http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/26104542/witten-return-cowboys-leaving-mnf-booth
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