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April 13, 2017 Open Thread

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April 13, 2017 Open Thread

Chicago crime strategist named Wilmington police chief; Auditor: Delaware oversight of federal aid program weak; Judgment day: 3 girls to learn their fates in Howard High School bathroom assault; Sculptor of Wall Street’s bull wants Delaware artist’s ‘Fearless Girl’ moved

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Oh, Sean Spicer

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Oh, Sean Spicer

Sean Spicer’s Hitler comments as HBO’s VEEP credits.

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April 12, 2017 Open Thread

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April 12, 2017 Open Thread

Traffic nightmare in Delaware could begin this weekend; Wilmington school death: Unforeseeable or planned attack?; New Castle County Council members clash with County Council President; Concord HS wins national engineering competition second year in a row; Osprey Cam

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April 11, 2017 Open Thread

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April 11, 2017 Open Thread

Woman shot in Wilmington’s West Center City neighborhood; Union takes issue with NCCo construction changes; New Jersey man accused of stealing DuPont secrets; Dealing with the heroin and opioid epidemic in Delaware; State employees facing higher health care cost

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Independent Redistricting in Delaware and the Republicans Hate It

Filed in Delaware by on April 10, 2017 8 Comments
Independent Redistricting in Delaware and the Republicans Hate It

For a party that hates government so much, the GOP sure love to muck about it in. Bryan Townsend has written a bill that would take the politics out of redistricting as he says, “Voters should choose their elected officials; elected officials shouldn’t choose their voters.”

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April 10, 2017 Open Thread

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April 10, 2017 Open Thread

Budget cuts could claim anti-child abuse work; Ozone, particulates taint air many days in Delaware; ‘We’re all sick about it’: Residents on edge after girl abducted; Guinness brewery coming to Baltimore as Maryland changes craft beer laws; Shellfish farming leases to be distributed in upcoming lottery; Parenting conference focuses on needs of young moms

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Oh, John Carney

Filed in Delaware by on April 8, 2017 24 Comments
Oh, John Carney

John Carney has a tax plan and it’s as bad you think it will be.

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Weekend Open Thread

Filed in Delaware, Open Thread by on April 8, 2017 5 Comments
Weekend Open Thread

Brewing battle over Brandywine Hundred; Dogfish Head fights to protect its brand; ‘This heartless monster’: Police reveal Pike Creek girl, 4, was abducted and raped; University of Delaware students chant “Biden is back!” and welcome Joe Biden back to campus

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Trump’s Love of Putin Knows No Bounds

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Trump’s Love of Putin Knows No Bounds

The Republican President attacked Syria last night, but not until he gave a heads-up to his boss, Putin.

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April 7, 2017 Open Thread

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April 7, 2017 Open Thread

Barclays to close Ogletown site; relocate 300 employees; Police: Girl, 4, abducted in Pike Creek, later found; Wilmington gives $43,000 raise to incoming police chief; Wilmington City Council censures Councilman Sam Guy over comments made to other council members and staff

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Lawson and Bonini Vie To See Who Is A Bigger Piece of Shit

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Lawson and Bonini Vie To See Who Is A Bigger Piece of Shit

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Delaware Republican Party. (Remember these are the despicable pieces of shit that Carney wants to work with.)

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April 6, 2017 Open Thread

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April 6, 2017 Open Thread

Thursday power line vote could cost Delaware for years; Possible double shooting in Wilmington investigated; Conflicting testimony: A blow-by-blow of testimony vs. evidence in the Amy Joyner-Francis trial so far; Auto insurance companies block new regulations in Dover

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$2 Billion Is A Lot of Money

Filed in Delaware by on April 5, 2017 1 Comment
$2 Billion Is A Lot of Money

The good news is that Delaware has the lowest wage gap between men and women in the US. The bad news is that there’s a wage gap.

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