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  • A Four-Legged Hero
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  • A Four-Legged Hero

    "I think it's important for people to remember that dogs are service members too," said Mras, "They've made sacrifices and deserve the same respect and honor."
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  • Wendy Wilson

    "I'm not against nuclear technology. I'm anti-nuclear proliferation, anti-nuclear contamination. It makes me cry to think of how irresponsible we've become."
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  • Revenge of the Forgotten Class
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  • Revenge of the Forgotten Class

    Hillary Clinton and the Democrats were playing with fire when they effectively wrote off white workers in the small towns and cities of the Rust Belt.
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  • A Pre-Post-Election Opinion

    I can't share any Official Thoughts on the Election because, at this point, I don't have a clue how it shook out. Instead, I'll conclude with a sincere wish that, come Nov. 9, we can purge some of this toxicity

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    This stuff doesn't come with nutritional information on the package, so there's no telling how much damage it can do to one's cardiovascular system or pancreas, but consumption is recommended in small doses.
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