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WAIT, WHAT? Obama: Thank God I’m a country boy. President Obama invoked his Kansas roots Tuesday…

WAIT, WHAT? Obama: Thank God I’m a country boy. President Obama invoked his Kansas roots Tuesday in a statement praising America’s rural areas and suggesting that coal and farm towns are fast shifting to the digital economy under his leadership. “I’ve spent most of my life living in big cities. But the truth is, a […]
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