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Daily Inspiration #1316

What are you going to do when all reserves are tapped out and they have fracked the life out of mother earth? Go GREEN. Reduce travel pollution with video conferencing.

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from the Guardian

This election was a great opportunity for Republicans. Instead, the GOP lies broken

This election was a great opportunity for Republicans. Instead, the GOP lies broken Jamie Weinstein The Republican primary featured a slew of conservative superstars. But we picked Donald Trump, a man devoid of principle, who has split the party in two

from About.com Entertainment

Funny Memes Skewering the 2016 GOP Candidates

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from BBC News

US election 2016: Lifelong Republicans turned off by Trump

US election 2016: Lifelong Republicans turned off by Trump 02.19.16 Ahead of the South Carolina Republican primary, some lifelong Republican voters would rather vote for Democrats on election day if Trump is the nominee.

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from Salon

Republican primary’s absurd storyline: Why the media’s drama narrative is all wrong

On Monday, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) sent a strongly worded letter to Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI), the Chairman of the Armed Services Committee.

from Mail Online

Cruz and Kasich campaigns announce they'll try to stop Trump together

TRY ME: Trump warned in a statement that the 'millions' of new voters he has attracted to the Republican primary process 'will drop out if I am not in the race.'

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François Fillons win in Frances Republican primaries upends the presidential race

from Mail Online

Trump coasts in S.C. as Jeb calls it quits after drubbing

Donald Trump has won the South Carolina Republican primary, a second-straight victory for the billionaire real estate mogul after his first-place finish in New Hampshire

Track the votes live as they come in for primaries in Michigan and Mississippi, the Hawaii Republican caucus, and the Idaho Republican primary

from the Guardian

Endless war: Trump and the fantasy of cost-free conflict

The Republican primary campaign proved that fantasy war-mongering is now solidly mainstream.