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    The fanatical Brexiteers have finally triggered a...

    The fanatical Brexiteers have finally triggered a no confidence motion in Teresa May. So, now we find out who wants the job and if they have the numbers.

    My personal favourites are Jacob Rees Mogg...
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    So, Nick Ayers emerges as a contender for...

    So, Nick Ayers emerges as a contender for 'smartest person in the Trump Administration'. The delicious irony is that Trump was insisting on a 2 year commitment. Oh dear.
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    If it is about winning then you will enjoy the...

    If it is about winning then you will enjoy the next month or so. Through an act of criminal stupidity the ACB has removed two players who between them average over 130 per innings at home. Without...
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    Even if Rudy is as smart as Mueller, he is a...

    Even if Rudy is as smart as Mueller, he is a prosecutor by profession with a fool for a client. A fool with the biggest soapbox in the world and an itchy twitter finger.
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    I'm pretty sure 'executive privilege' stops...

    I'm pretty sure 'executive privilege' stops Presidents from being prosecuted, sued & otherwise harassed by the law. Not an unvarnished good, but it does make sense (and is quite common around the...
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    I suppose he could ask Hilary. She would know. Of...

    I suppose he could ask Hilary. She would know. Of course, all those came up with three fifths of FA. I suspect that a similar level of scrutiny applied to Donald would produce much, much more of...
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    I once read an account from a former People's...

    I once read an account from a former People's Temple member who managed to escape before the end. She said: "Nobody joins a cult You join a self-help group, a religious movement, a political...
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    So now we have the spectacle of a President who...

    So now we have the spectacle of a President who tried to use his office to prosecute people he didn't like getting into an argument with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. I suppose if there is...
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    Sounds like it will almost be a relief to get...

    Sounds like it will almost be a relief to get back to criticising Dem Presidents for nothing more than bad policies TH. Such mundane matters would be a relief from the daily stream of raw sewage.
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    I liked the guy who revived Churchill's...

    I liked the guy who revived Churchill's description of John Foster Dulles as a 'bull who carries around his own china shop' for Trump.
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    OK, here is something easy & tasty using frozen...

    OK, here is something easy & tasty using frozen potato gems.

    *Put a bunch of potato gems on a tray - about one third of a big tray or half a small one.

    *Cook in the oven for 10 minutes at the...
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    Every day this drags on is a reminder just how...

    Every day this drags on is a reminder just how fundamentally stupid the Brexit vote was. Now the sad, angry 'little englanders' are throwing a tantrum and demanding that complex issues such as the...
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    'Turn and run' assumes he ever got close enough...

    'Turn and run' assumes he ever got close enough to feel the need.

    I had a long list of policy issues with Bush & ideologically similar leaders in Australia. There were some who I thought were...
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    Stay safe. Yes, and all while cowering...

    Stay safe.




    Yes, and all while cowering in his hotel in France from the terror of.....a light rain shower, leaving grown up world leaders to attend a WW1 commemoration. I'm afraid the only...
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    My thoughts go out to people in Southern...

    My thoughts go out to people in Southern California experiencing terrible fires. It is something we sadly know all too well here. Lets hope the loss of life doesn't rise any further.
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    Slightly off topic, but back in 2011 when I last...

    Slightly off topic, but back in 2011 when I last visited the US I arranged to meet up with a former member of this site in Memphis. he & his lovely wife were driving from southern Missouri, so it was...
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    My starting point for 'normal' is being able to...

    My starting point for 'normal' is being able to sleep in my own bed and moves on in stages. :-) Sorry to hear things are still so messed up. Sounds like it will be messy for a while. Glad everyone is...
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    Glad to hear everything is returning to normal...

    Glad to hear everything is returning to normal Gunny. Nature does have a way of reminding us how insignificant we really are.
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    If the troops there are properly trained & have...

    If the troops there are properly trained & have the right gear then that is fine. I'm not expecting a My Lai, though a Kent State might be a little more apposite. My point is simply that the people...
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    Like I said, different books, different bookshops.

    Like I said, different books, different bookshops.
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