REGISTER YOUR MACHINE: To show a car, truck, motorcycle, aircraft or other machine, the registration fee is $40 ($50 for entries postmarked after April 15) and includes a custom dash plaque and admission for the registrant plus one passenger (must be together in the registered vehicle). Register online at http://www.miramarevents.com/dreammachines … [Read more...] about Registration Opens For The Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show!
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If this gimmick is actually Rand Paul’s version of The Truman Show, and not just a traveling filibuster designed to trick people into paying attention to the senator again, the hundreds of viewers who have tuned in thus far to hear what the libertarian candidate is listening to on the radio can look forward to Paul realizing that he hasn’t actually left seemingly idyllic Iowa in months, that he has been answering the same questions, shaking the same hands, and eating the same greasy foods for even longer … and that the people surrounding him might not care about him and are just spending time with him because they get paid to do so. … [Read more...] about Rand Paul Currently Trapped in His Own
Let us contrast this philosophy with the practice of the political party that causes all those disasters for Democrats, namely, the Republicans. When beaten, do they surrender their principles and flee for the center? No. Consider the Goldwater debacle of 1964 … The leaders of the New Right learned from that defeat the lessons that all successful political movements must master: They organized. They built institutions. They dreamed up hand-grenade issues designed to shatter their enemies’ coalition. And, principles intact, they came back stronger four years later to capture the presidency … … [Read more...] about The Last Time New York Felt the Post-Election Blues
Today in “news that is nice to have to confirm things you probably were already assuming without statistical data”: A new study found that people over 65 are the most likely to sharing fake news. Researchers at NYU and Princeton, published on Wednesday in Science Advances, worked with a group of 3,500 people before and after the 2016 election. Of those 3,500, about half consented to downloading an application that allowed researchers to see public data, like posts and political affiliations. They found that 8.5 percent of users shared fake news, but that those numbers increased in more elderly users. … [Read more...] about Fake News Is an Old-People Problem
RELATED: UA Debate Series continues to make a name for itself, hosts high school tournament “Well, these glasses are fake,” Stehly said on how she got into character to play Sen. Warren. “They wanted me to wear a wig, but I didn’t. But, the more that I researched her philosophy — because I didn’t know a ton about her as a candidate prior to — but the more that I researched her, the more passionate about the subject and the more that I aligned with her views, and it helped me to get into character, to just hear the passion behind what she was saying and the reasons for her philosophies and ideas.” … [Read more...] about UA Debate Series hosts Presidents’ Day debate: Sanders takes home the victory