Daily Topics - Friday May 25th, 2012

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Anything Goes on Townhall Friday

Hour One: "Brunch With Bernie" - Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) takes your calls

Hour Two: "Cheddar Revolution: Songs of Uprising" - Fred Schepartz and Sybil Augustine, Wisconsin Protest Songs

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[cursor jumping--impossible] dr. krugman asked if greed is good--pointless as symtomatic, quality uncontrollable, given that initial instigation is undesireable; narcissism is subliminal self-defence of biochemical blood-pollution by smell/swallow/skin toxin-Acid absorptions

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Reagan flaunted law as hypoglycemic/low-glucose/brain-Fuel for concentration so perception, memory, imagination,...; both of us shared his alma mater, job-field,... (Alcoholic for anesthesia for poor childhood,...)--malnourished (figurehead like W). CURABLE. [Struggle electronics: send street mail address, for illucidate (electronics impossible)

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The No BS Guide To The Upcoming Jill Stein Recount

It's almost like they have something to hide.

With one Jill Stein-led recount effort already underway in Wisconsin and additional recounts pending in Michigan and Pennsylvania, supporters of Donald Trump are now taking legal action to stop what they say is a baseless attempt to smear their candidate.

In Pennsylvania, Trump himself has joined up with the local Republican Party to block Jill Stein's request for a recount.

In Wisconsin, Trump Super PACS are doing the dirty work and have asked a federal judge to stop what they say is a violation of due process rights.

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