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A few Democrats simply have to vote in the Senate to allow budget vote

that's all there is to it. Don't screw up Christmas Lefty.

Blinky told Trump on national TV the House didn't have votes to pass budget with wall

oops. Lol@blinky She really knows how to count votes don't she. She is from the most ignorant state in the Union though.

Goodness! Lefty really likes endless war

William Barr, Trumps pick for attorney general, slammed Muellers obstruction theory as legally


“Apart from whether Mueller a strong enough factual basis for doing so, Mueller’s obstruction theory is fatally misconceived,” Barr wrote. “As I understand it, his theory is premised on a novel and legally insupportable reading of the law. Moreover, in my view, if credited by the Department, it would have grave consequences far beyond the immediate confines of this case and would do lasting damage to the presidency and to the administration of law within the executive branch.”


The good news is there is no indication that any of the victims were malnourished Guatemalan children so who cares?

Lefty, why is Californya so unedgukated?

Its the most populous state too so there are really a lot of ignorant people there. You must be proud.

Lefty wants to stay in Syria. They sure like war.

I thought Islamic radicals weren't a thing to them.

Shocking Syria withdrawal plan is pure Trump

Washington Post

This is not the way to leave Syria

NY Times

Trump’s Decision to Withdraw From Syria Is Alarming. Just Ask His Advisers.

More bad early-early polls for Elizabeth Warren (Harris too)

Biden Bernie and Beto in this one
Klobuchar (from nearby Minnesota) and Beto! are up, Biden and Warren are down. Warren was also down five points since October in the CNN poll that was published on Friday.

And she’s underperforming in this new one from Democracy for America, a progressive PAC that pushed hard to get her to primary Hillary in 2016:

Leading the field was Sanders, with 36 percent support. He was followed by Biden at 15 percent and O’Rourke at 12 percent. Warren and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), received 8 percent and 7 percent, respectively. No other potential candidate received more than 4 percent.

Yuge Trump Victory. Criminal justice bill passes Senate; House approval expected

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate passed a sweeping criminal justice bill Tuesday that addresses concerns that the nation's war on drugs had led to the imprisonment of too many Americans for non-violent crimes without adequately preparing them for their return to society.

Senate passage of the bill by a vote of 87-12 culminates years of negotiations and gives President Donald Trump a signature policy victory, with the outcome hailed by scores of conservative and liberal advocacy groups. The House is expected to pass the bill this week, sending it to the president's desk for his signature.

The bill gives judges more discretion when sentencing some drug offenders and boosts prisoner rehabilitation efforts. It also reduces the life sentence for some drug offenders with three convictions, or "three strikes," to 25 years. Another provision would allow about 2,600 federal prisoners sentenced for crack cocaine offenses before August 2010 the opportunity to petition for a reduced penalty.

"America is the greatest Country in the world and my job is to fight for ALL citizens, even those who have made mistakes," Trump tweeted moments after the vote.

TrumpGasPrices Christmas edition

'Dramatic drops' in gas prices: Less-than-$2 gas is here for many American motorists

Nearly one in five U.S. fuel stations are charging less than $2 per gallon of gasoline as falling oil prices deliver holiday savings for American motorists.

"We’ve seen dramatic drops toward the end of the year," says Jeanette Casselano, spokeswoman for AAA.

As many as eight states could have an average price of less than $2 by the end of the week, said Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst for fuel-finding app GasBuddy.

Missouri's already there. Others within cents of the two-buck threshold: Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana and South Carolina.
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