Kevin Kallaugher for December 15, 2018


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    Baslim the Beggar Premium Member 5 months ago

    Shaking with stifled laughter…

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    Daeder Premium Member 5 months ago

    Well that’s just tarrific.

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    Meh~tdology  5 months ago

    Yeah, that’s pretty close to Donnie in a onesie,

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    Charliegirl Premium Member 5 months ago

    Oh, gaggggggggggggg!

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    wallylm  5 months ago

    Tariff Man’s about to demonstrate his Buzz Lightyear like power of falling with style!

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 5 months ago

    “To insanity and beyond…”

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    wirepunchr  5 months ago

    We can hope he forgets how to fly when he goes over the edge of the building.

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    lobo1939  5 months ago

    Aught to have the agrcurlture commodities producers tied to the other foot.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 5 months ago

    He (the trump) has everyone shaking in their boots… no reason to exempt the Chinese

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    Radish Premium Member 5 months ago

    Going down?

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    Radish Premium Member 5 months ago

    I heard Zinke was fired but I can’t confirm it.


    Among the up-is-down, night-is-day practices of the Trump administration, one of the most dangerous and disturbing is its habit of turning America’s leading science agencies into hives of anti-science policymaking.

    A new report lays out how this has produced a “monumental disaster” for science at the Department of the Interior. The report by the Union of Concerned Scientists details how Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and his minions have in the space of two years turned Interior from a steward of public lands and natural resources into a front for the mining and oil and gas industries.

    “The intent in rolling back the consideration of science in decision-making is always to progress the development of fossil fuel interests,” Jacob Carter of the union’s center for science and democracy and lead author of the report told me.I believe I was retaliated against for speaking out publicly.


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    Herb L 1954  5 months ago

    Watch Rainbow Randy sing about trump’s favorite things ;)

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    William Bednar Premium Member 5 months ago

    Well, if Trump wants to see a repeat of the 1929 Market crash, all he has to do is continue what he is doing.

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