So, Chelsea Clinton tweeted this cool thing, which I retweeted: Letter I wrote to President Reagan at 5. (I never got a reply). Thank you to all who shared your White House letters. pic.twitter.com/wOAQXsyBIc — Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) April 22, 2017 Which elicited this reaponse from my pal Peggy Blair: @ChelseaClinton @kinsellawarren How did you […]
Who needs sleep anyway?
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Here. Good thing we’ve been sucking up to him and his kids, eh? Yep. Sure is working. President Donald Trump has called protectionist trade measures by the Canadian government “a disgrace.” “Canada, what they’ve done to our dairy farm workers, it’s a disgrace,” Mr Trump said on Thursday in the Oval Office. The statement was […]
Here. Calm down, John. The B.C. Liberals’ official Twitter feed, meanwhile, referenced a hashtag gaining steam on the social media platfom based on Clark asking Horgan to “calm down”: “#CalmDownJohn: reaction from the 1st #bclexn17 leader’s debate,” the party stated. Show More Summary
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In a dangerous world, you should sing this to your kids in the morning. I did with Son Four today. He grimaced.
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