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    May 25, 17, 09:06 AM
    Johansen has a leg injury and is out for the rest of the playoffs. Fisher had a head injury that has him out the last couple games, but hopefully will be back for the Cup. Both guys were on the ice for the Conference championship celebration though. Johansen was on crutches, and team captain Fisher looked good, but you never know really know time periods as far as concussion protocol goes.
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    May 23, 17, 06:22 PM
    It's an ark.
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    May 23, 17, 12:10 PM
    The Preds were able to do this without Ryan Johansen and Mike Fisher too. It is amazing the home-ice advantage they have had the entire playoffs in Nashville of all places. It has been incredible to follow this 8 seed proving their sweep of the Blackhawks wasn't a fluke. Also of note for this series: Against the Blackhawks and the Blues Nashville was a hard-hitting team. This series Anaheim upped the ante, and it was super physical. The play...
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    May 23, 17, 10:39 AM
    Yes, but there is quite a bit more actual research to support one opinion over the other (and I'm not referencing my own research in any way).
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    May 22, 17, 11:21 PM
    Yes, you can take my word when every organization with any sense of reporting standards has debunked the story. When a website exists to not even actually advance a conservative cause, but to "expose the wickedness of the left" I'm probably never going to give any credibility to anything they say, and I'm definitely not giving them a click.
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    May 22, 17, 11:18 PM
    See responses in the quote and below, I messed up formatting. First, I don't support either party. Second, I don't know what you are referring to as the head of the DNC, Third "murder is nothing for these people" has not been proven. Fourth, I have no desire to get into a who is more corrupt contest, but I'd offer redistricting and gerrymandering is fairly low on the ethics totem pole and a whole lot more meaningful to the national...
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    May 22, 17, 10:18 PM
    Yes. I am saying the accusations in the article are false. I'm also wondering why every time I ask you a question you never answer but instead ask me a question?
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    May 22, 17, 09:46 PM
    I just don't even know what to say.
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    May 22, 17, 09:32 PM
    Please tell me how we are not to believe the New York Times and the Washington Post, but supposed to give credibility to the Gateway Pundit. If you have time, can you also explain how it's ok to ask questions based on no evidence on anything related the Democrats, but claim the myriad reports about the Trump administration's (mis)handling of the Russia investigation (not to mention the substance of the investigation) aren't worth questioning?
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    May 19, 17, 04:49 PM
    Your definition of facts, truth, and proof seem to be conveniently partisan. I'm curious where this definition came from.
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    May 18, 17, 08:52 AM
    Hasn't Aubry been both fairly invisible for the majority of the season and clueless about multiple votes?
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    May 17, 17, 10:06 AM
    If we're going to gut the 1st Amendment, any others we could do without?
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    May 16, 17, 02:51 PM
    The idea that you can just pick your news source for it to say what you want it to.
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    May 16, 17, 02:47 PM
    I'm pretty sure the Washington Post and The New York Times are two of the best sourced daily publications out there and chock full of some of the bet journalists around. Big difference between sourced written reporting and hacks sitting at a news desk opening on stories in front of a camera. Just because you don't like it doesn't make it not true.
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    May 11, 17, 09:14 PM
    Which opens up an entirely different can of worms. There's a certain amount of cognitive dissonance necessary to truly stick up for what's going on. And frankly there isn't that Hilary would be worse baseline so many still somehow lean on. There's no more election. Trump is the president, it's ok to have voted for him and still think there are huge issues going on right now.
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    May 11, 17, 07:26 PM
    You are comparing how a political party runs itself in nominating an individual with being the most powerful person in the world. And I can only speak for my own standards, but blunders are still blunders. I'm sorry, but the president should probably be at least somewhat qualified before being sworn in.
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    May 11, 17, 03:21 PM
    Just because a report sources something that can be construed as unflattering to the President does not mean that it is left-leaning.
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    May 11, 17, 02:44 PM
    I guess in the broadest sense I might agree with you but I'm still genuinely perplexed. Without judging culpability, democratic leadership is completely tone deaf and Republican leadership is seemingly incompetent. There's quite a few on both sides of the aisle that should be in a different line of work. Still I fail to see the equivalence of a corrupt DNC running a Democrat primary and a West Wing who can't get out of its own way. I just...
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    May 11, 17, 01:23 PM
    How can you possibly live through the last year and come to the conclusion that Trump is the responsible grownup in the room? And to follow that up with the assertion that anyone who doesn't feel that way is biased? I'm about at a loss for words.
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    May 10, 17, 11:55 PM
    I mean the Washington Post is the Washington Post. It's probably the best source of reporting on national politics. I'm sure your average conservative would consider it left leaning similar to the New York Times or like your average liberal would look at the Wall Street Journal as right leaning. Either way, they're all major national newspapers. Regardless, I'm going to give the benefit of the doubt to the three publications listed above and...
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    May 10, 17, 10:43 PM
    Inside Trump’s anger and impatience — and his sudden decision to fire Comey - The Washington Post Quite a few parts of this article seem to contradict a fair amount of the pro-fire Comey portion of the original post. Most notably that Deputy Director everyone is so high on reportedly threatening to resign when the WH attempted to use his recommendation as the impetus for the firing.
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    May 4, 17, 10:59 AM
    Much more eloquent post of what I was trying to say in post 50. I think the hand-holding of Wall Street and Washington in the Obama and now Trump administration is gross, and I'm not ok with it. I think it was disingenuous for Hilary to run on Wall Street reform after cashing checks and not releasing her speeches. And I think it hilarious to remember so many calling Obama a socialist and looking back at his two terms in office. Still, even if I...
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    May 2, 17, 11:52 AM
    Doris Burke?!?!?! I think she is the best announcer out there. She knows so much about basketball, and you can tell how much homework she does for every game. I'm almost offended she's mentioned in the same breath as Roseanne. If we're talking ESPN, I'd have to go with Stephen A and Chris Broussard. There's something about the combination of extreme confidence and lack of substance that makes me cringe.
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    Apr 29, 17, 03:19 PM
    This is the same President Obama who bailed out Wall Street, right? The same guy who's Justice Department declined to prosecute anyone involved with bringing on our latest recession? I'm supposed to be fine with that, but somehow surprised or outraged that he takes some money to give a speech after he lost all his power? It's amazing how we have to draw sides then praise everything on one and demonize everything on the other.
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