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Bernie Sanders ‘wins’ New Hampshire and Andrew Yang drops out

Bernie Sanders 'wins' New Hampshire, Andrew Yang drops out, and now I am sad - Bent Corner

Democrats in New Hampshire voted last night and chose Bernie Sanders to be their presidential nominee. Sort of. Although he received the most votes last night, Sanders and Pete Buttigieg are both leaving New Hampshire with the same number of delegates, nine. Amy Klobuchar also did well night, collecting six delegates. Do you know who …

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Donald Trump ordered the assassination of an Iranian general

Donald Trump ordered the assassination of an Iranian general - Bent Corner

President Donald Trump ordered an MQ-9 Reaper drone missile attack on Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, killing him along with several Iranian-backed militia officials. This is what Trump had to say about the assassination from his resort in Florida: Suleimani was plotting imminent and sinister attacks on American diplomats and military personnel, but we caught him …

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Andrew Yang bends the knee to MSNBC

Andrew Yang bends the knee to MSNBC - Bent Corner

Seeing Andrew Yang capitulate to MSNBC makes me wonder if he will similarly bend the knee to Republicans when it comes time to pass Universal Basic Income.

Asking working people for political donations is not a virtue

When did asking working people for political donations become a virtue? - Bent Corner

One of the things I hate the most about our democracy is how candidates are constantly asking for political donations. It’s embarrassing. I donated $20 to Andrew Yang early on and now I’m asked every two days via email to give more money to his campaign. Did you think me giving you a small donation …

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The 2018 midterm elections are (nearly) over

The 2018 midterm elections look to be nearly over. There might be a recount in Florida and Georgia for governor. Everything else thankfully is complete. Republicans not only retained the Senate, but they also added two seats. That makes sense when you consider the U.S. Senate is composed of representatives based on states, not people. Each state, …

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