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Cosby Found Guilty, Calls DA an Asshole

Filed in National by on April 26, 2018 0 Comments

Bill Cosby was found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault. The 80-year-old comedian faces up to 10 years in prison on each count. While discussing bail, the DA said Cosby was a flight risk. According to Stephanie Wash of ABC, Cosby screamed, “He doesn’t have a plane you asshole!”

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Diamond and Silk Piss On Satire’s Grave

Filed in National by on April 26, 2018 1 Comment

Fox News performers Diamond and Silk — Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson to authorities — repeatedly lied under oath to Congress today about a payment they received from the Trump campaign. “You have never been paid by the Trump campaign?” Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee asked again. “We have never been paid by the Trump campaign!” […]

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Is Bryan Shupe the most “I am not a Republican” Republican candidate ever?

Filed in National by on April 26, 2018 4 Comments

I commented over at BD that Bryan Shupe is running a real “I am not a Republican” campaign in the 36th. To test that I went to bryanshupe.com and searched for the word “Republican” on every page. Click through to see the final tally.

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April 26 Open Thread: Deplorable Doesn’t Begin to Cover It

Filed in National, Open Thread by on April 26, 2018

The pressure’s definitely getting to Cheetohlini. This morning Trump called in to his top advisers, Fox & Friends, and got so unhinged they had to cut him off before he did any more self-damage. As it was he managed to admit that he stayed overnight in Moscow in 2013, making clear he lied to James […]

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General Assembly Post-Game Wrap-Up/Pre-Game Show: Thurs., April 26, 2018

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on April 26, 2018 0 Comments

Interesting day in the Senate. The ‘Angel Investor’ bill, which was completely rewritten via this amendment, passed the Senate, but only by a 14-7 vote.  The bill had passed unanimously in the House. With the Senate amendment now attached, the bill will return to the House for another vote.  The no votes?: Bonini, Hocker, Lawson, […]

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Taurus Tracker .357 – Great for Killing People!

Filed in National by on April 26, 2018 8 Comments
Taurus Tracker .357 – Great for Killing People!

The AR-15 hogs the spotlight with splashy mass murders in churches and schools, but a recent high profile murder/suicide is a timely reminder that if you are planning to kill someone, the Taurus Tracker .357 is also a great choice.

The Taurus Tracker family includes a full range of calibers and sizes to perfectly suit any murder. Extremely comfortable to fire and easy to control – the Tracker Series continues to grow in popularity among murders thanks to its high level of accuracy, rock-solid performance and near-indestructible construction. New: $700.00

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Song Of The Day: April 26, 2018

Filed in Arts and Entertainment by on April 26, 2018 1 Comment

Just a song that I love:  

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Denis McGlyn Paycheck Enhancement bill passes first test

Filed in National by on April 25, 2018 8 Comments
Denis McGlyn Paycheck Enhancement bill passes first test

The State News’ usually good Matt Bittle neglects to mention that the $15 million in welfare is going, ultimately, into the pockets of Dover Downs executives who give themselves raises EVERY YEAR in spite of being shitty at running a business that is a virtual monopoly. DOVER — A Senate committee on Wednesday approved legislation […]

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Change of Party Deadline – May 25

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Change of Party Deadline – May 25

Indies, Libertarians, Green Party People, DEGOPers (any other non-Democrats) have until May 25th to change their party affiliation to Democratic Party and be eligible to take part in a consequential primary election on September 6, 2018.

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Meet Chris Johnson Tonight!

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on April 25, 2018 0 Comments

Final warning!  My candidate for AG will be in Arden tonight for a Meet and Greet at the Buzz Ware Village Center.  Wine and cheese will be served, free of charge. Good wine, good cheese from my private collection. The event starts at 7:30 and I invite all of you to join Chris and me […]

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Activist Carter to challenge Powers for New Castle County Council

Filed in National by on April 25, 2018 2 Comments
Activist Carter to challenge Powers for New Castle County Council

WDEL is reporting that Dave Carter has filed for New Castle County Council, in a primary race to unseat Bill “No Show” Powers. A longtime activist is running for New Castle County Council in hopes of representing an area that spans both sides of the canal. David Carter lived his entire life in New Castle […]

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General Assembly Post-Game Wrap-Up/Pre-Game Show: Weds., April 25, 2018

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on April 25, 2018 2 Comments

At least one gun-related bill is heading to the Governor’s office following a unanimous vote for it in the Senate.  This bill, which creates emergency protocols to remove deadly weapons from those deemed a threat to themselves and others. While I understand that there may be some concerns from the ACLU that could require litigation, […]

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Bill to take guns from mentally ill shows common sense gun reform is possible – time to press forward on gun control

Filed in National by on April 25, 2018 4 Comments
Bill to take guns from mentally ill shows common sense gun reform is possible – time to press forward on gun control

The NRA got its ass kicked on this one. That’s good news for society and good news for all sane Delawareans who know that easy access to military assault weapons and high capacity magazines isn’t protected by the 2nd Amendment. El Som has written extensively on why these common sense steps have not been taken. […]

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