The Hill- April 28, 2016

“I have Democrat friends and Republican friends. I get along with almost everyone,” Boehner said, according to The Stanford Daily. “But, I haven’t
worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life.”

We have your “for publication” reveal.
Now tell us how you REALLY feel.

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The Wall Street Journal – April 22, 2016

Donald Trump and his top aides have been trying privately to offer an olive branch to a GOP establishment that he has vilified. Many party insiders are wary of grasping it.

I wouldn’t spend too much hoping,
About a relationship focused on groping.

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BBC -April 27, 2016

“The rise of the flip-phone is a reaction to feeling as if one is subservient to your smartphone. Adopting a flip-phone is a bold and luxurious statement to proclaim that you have control,” said lawyer and “tech ethicist” David Ryan Polgar. But, he thinks there are better ways to show that you’ve mastered control over invasive technology. Just don’t keep your smartphone around all the time.

Take a smartphone vacation” with a gentle toss.
Show that device who really is boss.

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The Wall Street Journal – April 21 2016

Men, you know you’re in trouble when a professional stylist has concerns about a hot runway style. When he saw that a number of men’s designer labels have been promoting slouchy, wide-legged pants for spring, after years of getting men to squeeze into slimmer fits, Christopher Campbell grew excited but also a little worried.”The wide-lege,siloiette is not easy to pull off.”

Wide-legged? Drapey? Un-trim?
Might beat squeezing into a SLIM.

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USNEWS – February 19, 2016

Let’s start at the top: Our system for choosing presidential nominees makes little sense. As Brookings Institution senior fellow Elaine Kamarck wrote recently, “There are many different ways to organize a presidential nominating system and almost all of them are more rational and orderly than the hodgepodge of systems that voters experience today.”

Candidates keep spewing their scorn out,
While voters are increasingly worn out.

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