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Trump’s Brand of Ugly Will Be the Ruin of Our Country - The GOP candidate was never a part of what made New York great—he was what made a great city stumble.

Trump’s Brand of Ugly Will Be the Ruin of Our Country - The GOP candidate was never a part of what made New York great—he was what made a great city stumble.

MANY IN NATION TIRED OF EXPLAINING THINGS TO IDIOTS -While millions have been vexed for some time by their failure to explain basic information to dolts, that frustration has now reached a breaking point. - Andy Borowitz

MANY IN NATION TIRED OF EXPLAINING THINGS TO IDIOTS -While millions have been vexed for some time by their failure to explain basic information to dolts, that frustration has now reached a breaking point. - Andy Borowitz

Prime Minister ridicules US pundit who claimed Birmingham is a no-go zone for   non-Muslims

Prime Minister ridicules US pundit who claimed Birmingham is a no-go zone for non-Muslims

Oh I see, when Benjamin Netanyahu said on the eve of this week’s Israeli election that as long as he was prime minister there would never be a Palestinian state, he was only kidding! Having won the election, he now tells us he has never actually

Oh I see, when Benjamin Netanyahu said on the eve of this week’s Israeli election that as long as he was prime minister there would never be a Palestinian state, he was only kidding! Having won the election, he now tells us he has never actually

Nancy and Ronald Reagan, hold onto his hand tight Nancy, he has Alzheimer's Disease & "forgets" what he has done.

Nancy and Ronald Reagan, hold onto his hand tight Nancy, he has Alzheimer's Disease & "forgets" what he has done.

Ben Carson’s rise to the top of the Republican presidential field shows that many Republicans, especially Christian fundamentalists, have decoupled from the real world — and are proud of it. The more that GOP candidates embrace “anti-knowledge” the more popular they become, as Mike Lofgren explains.

Ben Carson’s rise to the top of the Republican presidential field shows that many Republicans, especially Christian fundamentalists, have decoupled from the real world — and are proud of it. The more that GOP candidates embrace “anti-knowledge” the more popular they become, as Mike Lofgren explains.

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