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  1. fancykat says:

    I do not understand why Trump has not said anything stronger than “Stop it”. He taught his deplorables hate.

  2. fancykat says:

    With the election in the rear-view mirror, it is now time to begin the long process of building a new social contract that fits today’s economy, workforce and society, one that gives a genuine voice to the frustrated and channels their anger into action.

  3. We entered the age of Nationalism LONG BEFORE Trump. Once again the so called Democrats are the cause and with TRUMP being the effect.

  4. Darth says:

    Rep. Tim Ryan launches long-shot challenge to Pelosi as Democrats struggle with postelection strategy
    “Ryan’s district, anchored in Youngstown, an old steel manufacturing town, is emblematic of the appeal of President-elect Donald Trump to white working-class voters. President Obama won Mahoning County in 2012 by more than 30,000 votes, with more than 63 percent, but Hillary Clinton won by less than 3,000 votes and did not even reach 50 percent in the Northeast Ohio county.

    Ryan is not running as an ideological moderate — he hails from the union-friendly corner of the caucus — but he and his small band of supporters are upset that the political focus in the final weeks of the 2016 campaign was on cultural issues related to Trump’s fitness for office. Instead, this group of Democrats wanted a core economic message that could have resonated in industrial-centric districts.

    As speculation built that she might face a challenge, Pelosi brushed off the threat and said the party needed to come together to fight Trump’s agenda.”

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  6. Classical Gas says:

    “It may well end up in the paper shredder, but a bipartisan group of defense experts and former military leaders sent Donald Trump’s transition team a briefing book urging the president-elect to consider climate change as a grave threat to national security.
    The Center for Climate & Security in its briefing book argues that climate change presents a risk to U.S. national security and international security, and that the United States should advance a comprehensive policy for addressing the risk. The recommendations, released earlier this year, were developed by the Climate and Security Advisory Group, a voluntary, nonpartisan group of 43 U.S.-based senior military, national security, homeland security and intelligence experts, including the former commanders of the U.S. Pacific and Central commands.”

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