Prickly City by Scott Stantis for November 26, 2019


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    RobinHood  6 months ago

    When you were young and your heart

    Was an open book

    You used to say live and let live

    But if this ever changin’ world

    In which we live in

    Makes you give in and cry

    Say live and let die

    What did it matter to ya

    When you got a job to do you got to do it well

    You got to give the other fella h***.

    Sie Paul McCartney

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    Sanspareil  6 months ago

    Seems the pResident is intent on impeaching himself!

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    Brain Pudding Premium Member 6 months ago

    Winslow has been brainwashed by the cult of “Orange man Bad”. He needs someserious deprogramming.

    Sadly most cases can be cured by serious introspection and eschewing the fake news. Then a steady diet of reality will help greatly. (Start slow, it will be a SHOCK TO THE SYSTEM)!

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    Silly Season  6 months ago

    Faux News’ Judge Napolitano:

    Federal election laws prohibit as criminal the mere solicitation of foreign help for a federal political campaign, whether the aid arrives or not.

    Federal law also prohibits and defines as bribery the intentional withholding or offering to withhold the performance of an official duty until a thing of value arrives, whether the thing of value arrives or not.

    Solicitation of foreign campaign assistance and bribery are the rare federal crimes that are defined by an attempt or an offer to commit them, even if they are never consummated.


    None of these crimes requires pressure, coercion or success. Congress considers them so odious to our system that merely offering to commit them constitutes guilt.


    Presidents Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton both were charged with obstruction of Congress by ordering subordinates to refuse to cooperate with congressional investigators — even though many of them did cooperate.

    Impeachment is political, not juridical. Former President Gerald R. Ford was essentially right when he argued that under the Constitution impeachable offenses are whatever a majority of the House says they are — for Nixon, covering up a break-in; for Clinton, lying about consensual sex; for Trump, solicitation, bribery and obstruction.

    Whose behavior was arguably the gravest?

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    Christopher Shea  6 months ago

    50% of Americans think Trump should be impeached and removed from office (up from 36% in May), but yeah, it’s only the hardcore left-wingers who think he’s a rotten crook who shames the country and his office.

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    Wichita1.0  6 months ago

    He’s giving it a good try. Almost daily.

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    Durak Premium Member 6 months ago

    Laugh, ain’t no one else impeaching the sonuvagun. It’s all on him.

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