“The president of the United States, her husband, disgraced this country with what he did in the Oval Office.”
“That’s who I am. That’s what I believe in.”
“U MUST get it in your head TRUMP IS GONNA WIN.”
“..lets follow the science.”
“You know, just join the debate by saying more crazy things.”
“That is not how we grow the economy.”
Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon stepped to the plate wearing Fernández’s batting helmet.
Was it Trump’s “strongest debate performance of the election cycle?”
There have been many a lot of demands for Donald Trump to release his tax returns and a lot of speculation as to why he won’t.
“We need to keep guns out of the hands of those who will do harm.”
“We have equal treatment for everyone coming to the museum and we welcome everyone to the museum but we are not going to allow the museum to be used for political gain.”
“I literally heard the gunshots past my face. It’s a hard pill to swallow.”
In some cases, the Tulsa officer’s race was mentioned immediately, while the Charlotte officer’s race was buried deep into the story.
“This is the core of the problem.”
Here’s what both sides are saying.
The revelation came in the FBI’s latest document dump.
“We still have so much work to do.”
Again in Charlotte, we see a failure by those reacting violently to grasp the realities of racial victimology.
In the interest of liberty and truth, here are a few uncomfortable truths about life in the American police state that we will not be hearing from either of the two leading presidential candidates.
Rest in peace, Arnie.
It’s a virtual dead heat.
Let’s stop making this a show and let’s get down to the problems that are facing America. America deserves an honorable debate!
Sen. Sasse has firmly been a member of the #NeverTrump group.
Police said none of the injuries are life-threatening.
“This is not personal. This is not about our family. It’s about the country.”
The fifth fatality was confirmed early Saturday morning.
The announcement comes after the campaign raised $90 million in August.
“Did you shoot him?”
His spokesman said …
The VA bureaucracy is filled with self-dealing bureaucrats who can keep the secretary in the dark while they line their own pockets. It’s time to blow it all up.
“That never happened to me in an interview before.”
“No wonder they couldn’t prosecute a case.”
“I think even most 8-year-olds would tell you …”
“I feel that in the interest of myself and the people of the United States I should pay for the crimes that I have committed.”
“His uniform doesn’t make him a robot.”
“This is inappropriate. It’s not OK.”
“I am filled with regret and heartbroken for those I have hurt.”
The officer’s attorney says Crutcher was not following police commands.
“I know from being a black person, it’s a lot of black people that don’t do right by black people.”
“Journalism must always respect the dignity of the person.”
“Our understanding is that it involved several out-of-towners whose intent was more than protesting.”
“As a family we respect the rights of those who wish to protest but we ask that people protests peacefully.”
“With this ad, we encourage Americans to take a deeper look at their candidates.”
“Trump has made substantial improvements to his plan.”
“He got out of his car, he walked back to comply, and all his compliance did was get him murdered.”
“Are you excited to be the first girl president?”
“He’s very willing to talk about issues that have never been discussed publicly.”
“I serve a purpose, sir.”
“I think would be interesting to ask him to see if he ever had a problem with that.”
“Have a little dignity!”
Over the Flint, Michigan, water crisis.
“That’s Politics 101. You never look good wearing something on your head.”
“..she was the worst we ever had. The worst, the absolute worst.”
Clinton won by wide-margins, according to both groups.
“We have to make this a top priority.”
“So am I supposed to now vote for him, or am I supposed to vote for my conscience?”
“We should be able to do that for our country.”
“You called it the gold standard!”
Last year, the House produced what Speaker Paul Ryan called a “crap sandwich.” This year we look likely to approve extra helpings.
“Believe me, the birther issue is not the top issue.”
The many parallels between the Academy Award winning film, “Network” and Donald Trump’s run for the White House.
“Being mad at a presidential candidate in a debate is not a reason to call 911.”
“I’m allowed to do with my First Amendment freedom of speech rights.”
“He said, ‘I’m thinking about running for president,’ and I said…”
“Those who refuse to denounce Donald Trump’s actions as racism are complicit in propagating and normalizing his hate.”
35 to 40 percent of crisis calls roll over to backup centers where workers have less training to deal with veterans’ problems.
“People who heard it on radio thought Nixon won. People who watched it on television knew Kennedy won.”
“He didn’t lie. A lie would mean he knew the man’s party affiliation.”
“Officers go out and put their lives on the line for people, regardless of color, creed, sex, or national origin.”
“There’s no question, there are too many avoidable shootings. But if you’re stopped by law enforcement—any race, any time, any place—this is something everyone can do to greatly diminish your chances of getting shot.”
“That seems to be the counter that would have made policy sense.”
Instead, he charged that Republicans in Congress are “selectively leaking” documents to “make Hillary look bad.”
Obama won’t be remembered for the trivial deeds listed in a Yahoo article, so I countered with a list of the actual “accomplishments” for which we will remember him.
He was 24.
“I don’t think it is productive for me to criticize the Republican nominee today.”
“I literally hit my brakes, did a quick turn, I jumped out. We both jumped out with our guns, and he just froze.”
The release comes four days after the fatal shooting.
“How is this not classified?”
The editorial board labeled Donald Trump the “worst nominee put forward by a major party in modern American history.”
No matter how much we rationalize, explain, skirt the issue or otherwise downplay the cause–ignoring a cancerous problem doesn’t make it go away.
“Through a scrupulously fair trial, you illustrate that these guys are not soldiers of Mohammad. These are the leaders of a criminal syndicate.”
“Weren’t they the candidates who were against the business as usual?”
“That would probably be ideal.”
And what about Brangelina?
“He was a tough and brilliant opponent.”
“I’ve made this decision for two reasons…”
“It’s not common that we receive this caliber of surveillance video.”
“My eyes lit up.”
“He was labeled as a possible terrorist-in-the-making.”
”Worded beyond poorly at best.”
Police said the shooter was later found dead in a bathroom from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
“[N]ot inclusive of the entire student population.”
“What is taking place in my hometown right now breaks my heart.”
“You could see the tread marks of the tire over his thigh.”
“It is the ultimate revenge to become the most powerful man in the universe.”
“What I meant is…”
“I don’t want this just sitting in a vault where you can’t see it.”
“She’s lucky to be alive.”
See the photo here.
“This is beyond wrong.”
The stolen data includes users’ names, email addresses, telephone numbers, birth dates, hashed passwords, and the security questions — and answers — used to verify an accountholder’s identity.
More people feel that way than they did about the coverage for republicans Mitt Romney and John McCain the last two elections.