Conservative Solutions, a pro Rubio super PAC, is airing two ads in New Hampshire aimed squarely at Christie. The first is targeted at conservative voters and slams the New Jersey governor for having backed Common Core and expanded Medicaid under Obama’s health care law. After images show Christie huddling with Obama after 2012’s Hurricane Sandy, the narrator intones, “One high tax, Common Core, liberal energy loving, Obamacare Medicaid expanding president is enough.”.

1 point submitted 6 days agoYou see someone fun of a medical condition when others see a joke that Winnie herself could find amusing, and Winnie herself ought not to be protected from because she special in some way because that how we create a very boring society, controlled by bores, for the purpose of nothing.It like you search for outrage. I glad you said that mods (presumably meaning you) would remove it manually because I thought you hide behind the automod excuse. Why not just include will remove comments for whatever reason I see fit, If I deem them to be cool in the sidebar? You never answered which rule it broke.I do actually appreciate the time you took to respond.

Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016 2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama’s 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain.

To set some of the record straight, here are a few of the more common ones to cross our radar. Blaming the media for us reporting that he’s campaigning on the idea of watchlists and databases to register American Muslims. And I know it’s fashionable and politically smart to blame the media, but this is important.

His claim has become notorious in pain research circles, and even Derbyshire says he thinks he may have overstepped. Sometimes regret that I pushed it out quite that far, he concedes. Really, who knows when the light finally switches on? FACT, may not be a single moment when consciousness, or the potential to experience pain, is turned on, Nicholas Fisk wrote with Vivette Glover, a colleague at Imperial College, in a volume on early pain edited by Anand.

I don think it an all or nothing type of discussion at all. I think the problem is that people have come to accept (and expect)the secularized version of Christmas, with Santa and Frosty. Many people want to think we a Christian nation, but how many Christians go to church? So, to them, they see it as completely acceptable that when we talk about menorahs, and kwanzaa trees and all that, we get Santa and the reindeer as the Christian symbols of the holiday..