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Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg holds the city hall a week after a deadly police shooting in South Bend, Indiana.

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On the roster: Buttigieg struggles with racial unrest in the South Bend – time Out: “you just have to make Thomas, Thomas” – limit bill showdown in front of – Audible: ouch… – she thought they were pretty smooth

Fox News: “A town hall with South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg transferred into chaos Sunday as the city struggled to respond to a deadly police-involved shooting last week. In his opening speech, the 37-year-old Buttigieg, a Democrat and candidate for the office, he would be required to send a letter to the Ministry of justice that his civil rights division of view in the 16. June shoot of the 54-year-old Eric Logan, of the black. The mayor added that he would like to the local state’s attorney would report, that an independent investigator be appointed. Buttigieg acknowledged that the city’s efforts to recruit more minority police officers, and require the use of officers, body cameras ‘have not succeeded, and I take responsibility for that.’ Prosecutors said the shooting of Logan was not recorded by Sgt. Ryan O ‘ Neill‘s body of the camera.”

Biden wants to atonement with Reverend Al – NYT: “Joseph R. Biden Jr. on Saturday sought to tamp down anger over his praise for the past courtesy of the Senate included the infamous segregation ists, stopping short of an apology, while claiming that his appeal never considered ‘young’ by one of the senators was not racial in nature. The Rev. Al Sharpton‘s MSNBC program, after addressing the South Carolina, party conference, Mr Biden said he understood why some have taken offense to his reference, but” to the extent that anyone thought that I meant something else, that is not what I intended.’ He added: ‘I understand the consequence, the word ‘boy.” But it was not said in any of this context at all.” … But in his interview with Mr. Sharpton, with whom he has Biden, a friendly relationship, Lord, explained that the term was derogatory against him, because he was only in his 30s, when he served with Mr. Eastland, the long-standing Chairman of the judiciary Committee.”

John Ellis: How the political press to get the democratic candidate – the Boston Globe: “the primaries, the voters and caucus participants are of two minds about the 2020 General presidential election campaign. A majority of them want to be there, so like the hockey games, where the players throw their gloves and start fighting the moment the puck dropped. You want a candidate who welcomes the fact that a bench-clearing brawl with President Trump. And you want to be melee to something big: an explicit and uncompromising liberal agenda, free of global-oney, and neoliberal scrap. To beat at the same time, a majority of Democratic voters just want to trump and worry about the rest later. Everything that could endanger his defeat is disqualified therefore. What must also always listen to the General elections, the voters in the key States, however, agree with Trump, this is the democratic platform. … Give you the surveys. Surveys are the MRT of the ‘electability”, and they give a pseudo-forecasting of scientific precision and future results. You enable the TV-talking-heads to winnow candidates, and, in imitation of the late Senator Fred Harris, ‘winnow candidates.'”

Bernie places free money for existing students – the appeal: “sen Bernie Sanders will introduce legislation by Monday to zero, the student debt for millions of borrowers. The proposal from the University that would liberate For All Act, the liabilities of all borrowers and would you pay for a set of taxes on Wall Street, The Associated Press reported. The Vermont senator’s bill follows a signature proposal presented by rival presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren in April to forgive the $50,000 debt for each household with an income of less than $100,000 per year, and thousands in debt for households with an income of less than $250,000. The Massachusetts senator Finance, debt relief with a tax on the assets of multi-millionaires. Sanders’ plan would tax the buying and selling of shares, bonds and derivatives, which he argues has the added benefit of reducing speculative trading. … The Sanders plan reached 45 million people and 100 percent of the students breaks a loan; the Warren plan reached 42 million people, 95 percent of the borrowers, and breaks up to 75 percent of the student loans.”

Beto pockets large brain – Politically: “Beto O’rourke was pummeled for his relatively slight political record, when he for the first time in the presidential race. But in the last two months, the former Texas Congressman, a number of comprehensive proposals published to topics, to reform the climate change and immigration, voting rights, and the government. Now, O’rourke has hired a former Obama administration official and political leadership in the case of the left-leaning monitor the Center for American Progress, his campaign to expand political arm. Carmel Martin, a former assistant secretary for policy and budget on the Department of Education, has O’rourke’s campaign as its national policy director, O’rourke consultant confirmed to POLITICALLY. Your attitude is a blessing for O’rourke, who wants to primaries, his feet in the Democratic.”

Welp… – Political: “Joe Sestak, a retired three-star Navy admiral and former two-term Congressman from Pennsylvania, on Sunday, was the last democratic candidate to announce a bid for the presidency. Sestak, in a video released on his campaign website, leans heavily on his naval career… Sestak said two of his “primary objectives” were ” to slow down climate change and put an end to, an intolerant world, the injustices, the from China, the control of the 5G network to the Russian interference in democratic elections.’ On its website, Sestak also a number of political projects on health care, jobs and economic protection, climate change and environmental protection, and other important topics.”

“A government that is constantly expected to be at a distance and out of sight can hardly, the interest for the feelings of the people.” – Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 27

WSJ: “It is a hard time to be a father, if your name is not Alexander Hamilton. The runaway Broadway success of “Hamilton: An American Musical’ has led to the fact that Thomas Jefferson is not even the only attraction in his own home-turned-museum, Monticello. Visitors can be a standard house tour or a $40 Hamilton Acquisition”, referring to Jefferson’s political opponents. Long after the 2015 Broadway debut, ‘to make Hamilton more, the Revolutionary period of the hip, and to the dismay of the many history buffs, steal the spotlight from other founding fathers. The Fans of the other giants of early American history have been trying, against the tide and take a little attention to your overlooked favorites. It was not easy. On a recent afternoon, Monticello tour guide Carrie Soubra remained in the library of Jefferson’s sun-drenched private suite, to try to support, the former President, the reputation of a swipe at Hamilton on the way. Yes, the musical portrays Jefferson as a self-patrician absorbed, she said, but he trusted the voice of the people more than his rival.”

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Trump job performance
Average Approval
: 44.5 Percent
The average of the rejection: 52 percent
Net Score: -7.4 Points
Change from a week ago: up 1.4 points
[Average, includes: Monmouth University: 42% approve, reject – 51%; USA Today/Suffolk: 49% approve, reject – 48%; Fox News: 45% approve, reject – 53%; NBC/WSJ: 44% approve – 53% reject; Gallup: approve 43% – 55% oppose it.]

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The hill: “the house and the Senate are competing bills this week, the President of the Trump more than 4.5 billion dollars in new funds, tied to the U.S.-Mexico border. The looming clash comes as Congress is expected to leave the city at the end of the week, for the 4. Of July recess, so that it is unlikely that you ‘ ll solve is missing the spacer on the bills before the break, an 11-hour contract. The house and the Senate bills run the administration with more than $ 4.5 billion, including the new money to help support health and Human Services (HHS) unaccompanied children program, the money from. But it is split on the details, including money for the Pentagon, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and customs and border protection authority (CBP). The legislature had hoped to get them to Trump an invoice to the Desk before leaving for the break, which was after the expiry of the promotion, the crack from the disaster aid package because of a disagreement over immigration-related provisions.”

Biden says ‘dreamers’ should be citizen – AP: “with an emphasis on immigration before the first Democratic debates, Joe Biden proposes that Congress grant immediate citizenship to more than 800,000 U.S. residents who were brought to the country illegally as children. The former Vice President and democratic polling, leader, some of his immigration priorities Monday in a newspaper op-ed that bubbles President Donald Trump developed for an “attack on the dignity” of the Latino community through policy and rhetoric to scare the voters in the year 2020. … Biden, who calls for the launch of his 2020 campaign in April, a simplification of the asylum system for immigrants and more money for the electronic security at the borders, instead of trump, the proposal of the U.S.-Mexico border wall. And he blasts Trump the latest threats of mass deportation and his decision-making, the development aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, three Central American countries, the sources of the increasing wave of migrants to the US border.”

Harris faces Nevada – Las Vegas Review-Journal

House oversight to vote on the subpoena , Kelly Anne Conway – Politically

Kushner’s answer to Dems online juggernaut is ready – Politically

“Pete has a black problem. I don’t know, a black person from Indiana, who supported him.” Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, talk, South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg with The Daily Beast.

“Interesting question for you, Chris… you Take the presumption that Lincoln was gone in the other direction, and the West Virginians do not state to have been granted the rule of law. Play that before the presidential elections in the last 20 years, what kind of difference it would have made, if any, in the Electoral College? Just curious.” – Dave Kovatch, Rhodelia, Ky.

[Ed. Note: this is my kind of alternative history, Mr Kovatch! I suppose that the biggest political impact would have been that of Virginia, would have been, especially in the first half of the 20th century dramatically less Democratic, and less Southern in attitude. Charleston, wheeling and Parkersburg would have been, under the unified commonwealth’s largest cities in 1940. Then, both States were on the same page when it came to presidential elections. Franklin Roosevelt was very popular on both sides of the Alleghenies. The schism came would, to 1964, when Virginia, his former allies in the Republican party, while the mountain was followed by Steiger true blue remained for a further 40 years. By 2008, though, the West Virginia returned to its Republican roots, and Virginia-had gone home to Mr. Jefferson‘s party. If the 55-Western counties were still voting with their 95 Eastern counterparts, it would be sufficient, probably, to Virginia is still a Republican-leaning swing state. Taken together, the two Virginias would have been for Donald Trump, by two points thanks to his surprisingly lopsided victory in the West. Then again, with 16 electoral votes – as many as Georgia and Michigan, a single Virginia even more attention would be attracted to, and Democrats would probably pay special attention to. As always, I am grateful every day that President Lincoln is right by West Virginia. Mountaineers should always be free.]

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Fox News: “A band of 21 conspirators stole $3.9 million in the value of used cooking oil, known as” yellow grease from restaurants in three States and transported it across the country, according to a Federal indictment unsealed in North Carolina on Thursday. The thieves targeted a number of Restaurants in North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia for over five years. They pumped the oil from restaurant storage tanks in a truck and sold it. … Used cooking oil is a valuable raw material for the biodiesel company. The oil rendering industry will lose between $45 million and $75 million to oil theft each year, U.S. attorney Robert Higdon Jr. said in the release. A 100-pound load of “yellow grease” is expected to be worth about $25, Department of the U.S. agriculture.”

“Let see us, that there are many people of good will, for the ‘Washington Redskins contains sentimental and historical equipment and not an ounce of animus. So let’s turn up the temperature.” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) writes in the Washington Post on Oct. 17, 2013.

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