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  • because many are moderate on social issues but fiscally conservative,” he wrote.
  • His brother, Merwin Peake, is openly gay, which he said has influenced his thinking on the issue and made him unable to vote for anti-LGBT legislation with a clean conscience.

  • Jill: Look, today my eyebrows are on fleek! 
    Andrew: Oh, shut up.

  • A hot shower or heating pad can substitute in a pinch, but these don’t work as well, says Podesta.

  • Aetna didn't immediately respond to a request for comment on how to reconcile Tuesday's announcement with the July 5 letter made public by Huffington Post on Wednesday.
  • Now, the company appears to be taking its ball and going home.

  • Carr's offensive line allowed him to do things that were relative luxuries for Bortles and Bridgewater, like breathe in the pocket without fearing for his life.
  • Carr was pressured on only 21.6 percent of his dropbacks, the fifth-lowest rate among starting quarterbacks.

  • You can do this by updating /etc/ssh/ssh_config (applying the setting to every user in the system) or in ~/.ssh/config (single user). Set the following option to have the client send the alive packet every 30 seconds to the server; 

    ServerAliveInterval 30

  • The entire episode, Winter said, “has tapped into one of Brazilians’ biggest pet peeves — gringos who treat their country like a third-rate spring break destination where you can lie to the cops and get away with it.”

  • The Justice Department plans to end its use of private prisons after officials concluded the facilities are both less safe and less effective at providing correctional services than those run by the government.
  • “They simply do not provide the same level of correctional services, programs, and resources; they do not save substantially on costs; and as noted in a recent report by the Department’s Office of Inspector General, they do not maintain the same level of safety and security,” Yates wrote.
  • Mother Jones recently published a 35,000-word exposé detailing a reporter’s undercover work as a private prison guard in Louisiana — a piece that found serious deficiencies. The Nation magazine wrote earlier this year about deaths under questionable circumstances in privately operated facilities.

  • Cobb is only 26 and has Aaron Rodgers under center, but he should still be viewed as a WR3.

  • But the truth is, we're never going to be able to affordably cover every American until we address the major problem with our health care system: the profit motive.
  • the United States is the only industrialized nation in the world that allows for-profit corporations to offer basic, primary care health insurance.
  • And when people pay for health insurance provided by a for-profit company, they aren't just paying for insurance, they're paying for all of the administrative costs of the company, including executive salaries and CEO bonuses.

  • "only 7 to 8 percent of France's population is Muslim, whereas 60 to 70 percent of France's prison population is Muslim."
  • The burden of dealing with the consequences of US-UK crimes falls mainly on countries that had no responsibility for them, like Lebanon, where about 40 percent of the population are estimated to be refugees.
  • Haiti wanted him extradited and had more than enough evidence. But Clinton refused, very likely because he would have exposed Clinton's ties to the murderous military junta.

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