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With a few exceptions (e.g. Stephen Miller, Steve Bannon), Trump hasn't surrounded himself with great advisors, not that he listens to them all that much anyway.
Like the truth matters to them. They will just repeat the lie over and over until enough people believe the lie.
This makes about as much sense as Beto running on the dem ticket. The base hasn't forgotten how he wilted in 2020.
No room for eight-year old farts stuck in the last century.
The U.S. population has nearly doubled since the 1960s. America is full.
I agree. The best we can do now is draw attention to what is happening. Try and make the sheeple aware that their country is being stolen from them.
I am guessing their "facts" will align with whatever propaganda the globalists are pushing.
DeSantis did everything we asked of him as a governor. He cleaned up the election process in Florida. He made immigration a top issue, and he gave the finger to D.C. and dems in general on multiple occasions. He is MAGA and he didn't deserve the moniker Trump dropped on him.
Setting Trump aside, not being able to see obvious fraud can only be due to willful ignorance or flat-out stupidity.
Also recall that a 48 year-old attorney that volunteered to represent Trump also recently died. Strange how disease and death seems to follow high profile Trump supporters. Perhaps it is all conspiracy theory, then perhaps not.
They can't offer any military help to combat Germany. Just a few years ago, their soldiers were training with brooms and their entire sub fleet was out of service.
I would say the dems got to her just like they got to Pressler.
And the democrat party bends the knee to the globalist oligarchs.
I subscribed to Biden's account for a while. No real tweets from him (would be hilarious if he did) but some PR team
he is disgracing himself in his role as AG.
" LSAT scores correlate poorly with law school grades"
Bullshit. Outside of maybe college GPA, LSAT scores are the best predictor there is.
Someone who builds predictive models for a living..
Five to six million more republicans voted than dems. That is a huge margin, particularly for a midterm year. They cheated in the key elections they felt they had to have, and hats of them, it worked. We need to rethink our strategy as a winning message and turnout are not enough anymore.
But the LSAT is one of, if not the best, predictor of performance in law school. Harvard and Yale can ditch the LSAT, but it will mean they won't produce the best lawyers anymore.
It will be that way until the company finds stable ground. Those who chose to go "hardcore" will more than likely be greatly rewarded with more pay, promotions, etc. when the tumult is over.
Much more than that. But it is temporary. Once Twitter 2.0 finds its footing, work hours will be relaxed, and those who charged hard when the company needed them to, will be rewarded.
Happens during takeovers. I worked at a company where you only had to charge hard a few months of the year. Company got taken over (obviously) and we were told to work hard all the time or find work elsewhere. Many of my coworkers left. I adapted and ended up being promoted under the new leadership.
Bullshit. A good software engineer can come in and figure out the system in lightning speed. If it was all designed competently, it should be able to operate largely without human intervention.
"you need more than 1 or 2 engineers to maintain each server."
No you don't. As long as those engineers don't have blue hair and nose rings.
Recession or not, the appraisal value of my property just keeps going up.
California taxpayers get fucked again.