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    Stop DeSantis' War on our Democracy
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    Stop DeSantis' War on our Democracy Rally
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    Last Friday Gov DeSantis, in a reprehensible move, suspended Susan Bucher, the non-partisan Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, without just cause.This is not only unjust but dangerous to our democracy.
     
    Last Friday Gov DeSantis, in a reprehensible move, suspended Susan Bucher, the non-partisan Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, without just cause.This is not only unjust but dangerous to our democracy.
     
    Let us stand together to say NO to partisan power grab politics. There is no room for retaliation and bullying in politics.
     
    Let us stand together to say NO to partisan power grab politics. There is no room for retaliation and bullying in politics.
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    *PLEASE RSVP HERE: https://www.facebook.com/events/479412435917903/ [1]*
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    Palm Beach County SOE Office

    Governor Ron DeSantis has declared War on our Democracy.

    Last Friday Gov DeSantis, in a reprehensible move, suspended Susan Bucher, the non-partisan Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, without just cause.This is not only unjust but dangerous to our democracy.

    Let us stand together to say NO to partisan power grab politics. There is no room for retaliation and bullying in politics.

    PLEASE RSVP HERE: https://www.facebook.com/events/479412435917903/

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    7:15–8 a.m.*Buses Depart for Community Service*/T Street Entrance, Terrace Level/8:30 a.m.–Noon*Community Service Activities
     
    7:15–8 a.m.*Buses Depart for Community Service*/T Street Entrance, Terrace Level/8:30 a.m.–Noon*Community Service Activities
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    *View the types of activities, hours and locations, [5] *and then *register [6]* for your preferred project. You may also register by visiting the Community Service Registration Station.
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    *View the types of activities, hours and locations, [5]* and then *register [6]*for your preferred project. You may also register by visiting the Community Service Registration Station.
     
    */Off-site/Noon*Buses Return from Community Service*/T Street Entrance, Terrace Level/
     
    */Off-site/Noon*Buses Return from Community Service*/T Street Entrance, Terrace Level/
     
    *Conference Concludes*
     
    *Conference Concludes*
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    Monday, Jan. 21
     
    Monday, Jan. 21
     
     
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    *View the types of activities, hours and locations, [1] *and then *register [2]* for your preferred project. You may also register by visiting the Community Service Registration Station.NoonBuses Return from Community Service
     
    *Conference Concludes*
     
    *Conference Concludes*
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    [1] http://www.cvent.com/events/2019-afl-cio-dr-martin-luther-king-jr-community-service-activity-sign-up/agenda-d2caa688cf914f818f69944dd1e66cb8.aspx
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    Kentucky State AFL-CIO President Bill Londrigan is urging union members statewide to show solidarity with furloughed federal workers by attending a Wednesday “Demand Mitch McConnell #CallTheVote and #StopTheShutdown” rally outside his Lexington office, 771 Corporate Dr. 
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    Kentucky State AFL-CIO President Bill Londrigan is urging union members to show solidarity with furloughed federal workers by attending a Wednesday “Demand Mitch McConnell #CallTheVote and #StopTheShutdown” rally outside his Lexington office, 771 Corporate Dr. 
     
    The rally starts at 11:30 and will last an hour. Co-sponsors are the Kentucky State AFL-CIO, Greater Louisville Central Labor Council and American Federation of Government Employees.
     
    The rally starts at 11:30 and will last an hour. Co-sponsors are the Kentucky State AFL-CIO, Greater Louisville Central Labor Council and American Federation of Government Employees.
     
    "Furloughed federal workers want to personally appeal to McConnell to /stop the shutdown," /said Londrigan in a Saturday email. "Let’s all stand with these workers and their families to help bring an end to the suffering and uncertainty facing thousands of our fellow workers here and across America.  We all know the only two people who can /stop the shutdown/ are McConnell and Trump.  We want to demonstrate to McConnell that he needs to act now to /stop the shutdown/."
     
    "Furloughed federal workers want to personally appeal to McConnell to /stop the shutdown," /said Londrigan in a Saturday email. "Let’s all stand with these workers and their families to help bring an end to the suffering and uncertainty facing thousands of our fellow workers here and across America.  We all know the only two people who can /stop the shutdown/ are McConnell and Trump.  We want to demonstrate to McConnell that he needs to act now to /stop the shutdown/."
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    Let's rally outside McConnell's in Lexington Wednesday
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    Let's rally outside McConnell's office in Lexington Wednesday
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    EDITOR'S NOTE: From the Washington Post: Trump offers 3-year extension of protection for ‘dreamers’ in exchange for $5.7 billion for wall; Democrats call it a ‘non-starter’

    By Katie ZezimaErica Werner David Nakamura

    Trump’s proposal is designed to ramp up pressure on Democrats by offering a reprieve on his attempts to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and temporary protected status (TPS) for immigrants from some Latin American and African nations.

    Under the new proposal, the administration would allow those programs to continue — addressing a key concern of Democrats and some moderate Republicans.

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    Kentucky State AFL-CIO President Bill Londrigan is urging union members to show solidarity with furloughed federal workers by attending a Wednesday “Demand Mitch McConnell #CallTheVote and #StopTheShutdown” rally outside his Lexington office, 771 Corporate Dr. 

    The rally starts at 11:30 and will last an hour. Co-sponsors are the Kentucky State AFL-CIO, Greater Louisville Central Labor Council and American Federation of Government Employees.

    "Furloughed federal workers want to personally appeal to McConnell to stop the shutdown," said Londrigan in a Saturday email. "Let’s all stand with these workers and their families to help bring an end to the suffering and uncertainty facing thousands of our fellow workers here and across America.  We all know the only two people who...

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    Rep. King's avid admirers include ex-KKK leader David Duke, white nationalist Richard Spencer and the neo-Nazi website/ The Daily Stormer/. On a trip to Europe financed by a Holocaust memorial group, King took time out to hobnob with members of the far-right-wing *Austrian Freedom Party [16], *which has* *Nazi roots.
     
    Rep. King's avid admirers include ex-KKK leader David Duke, white nationalist Richard Spencer and the neo-Nazi website/ The Daily Stormer/. On a trip to Europe financed by a Holocaust memorial group, King took time out to hobnob with members of the far-right-wing *Austrian Freedom Party [16], *which has* *Nazi roots.
     
    No sooner did Adolf Hitler and the Nazis take power in Germany in 1933 than they crushed Germany's free trade unions, which had been among the staunchest opponents of Nazism. 
     
    No sooner did Adolf Hitler and the Nazis take power in Germany in 1933 than they crushed Germany's free trade unions, which had been among the staunchest opponents of Nazism. 
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    Hitler replaced unions with the puppet Labor Front, headed by Dr. Robert Ley. I don't know if Rep. King has ever heard of the guy, but Ley seems like Steve-King's-dream-come-true of the perfect secretary of labor.
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    Hitler replaced unions with the puppet Labor Front, headed by Dr. Robert Ley. I don't know if Rep. King has ever heard of Ley, but he seems like Steve-King's-dream-come-true of the perfect secretary of labor.
     
    Under the Nazi Labor Front, the German worker was “bound to his master, the employer, much as medieval peasants had been bound to the lord of the manor,” William L. Shirer wrote in /The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich. /Ley promised “to restore absolute leadership to the natural leader of a factory – that is, the employer,” the author added.
     
    Under the Nazi Labor Front, the German worker was “bound to his master, the...
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    By JOSEPH GERTH

    Gov. Matt Bevin’s most destructive tendency is his penchant to attack, attack, attack — the truth be damned — whenever anything is said or done with which he disagrees.

    Retired Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Daniel Venters called him out for it Thursday in an op-ed column that he submitted to the Courier Journal and Lexington Herald-Leader that eviscerated Bevin.

    His problem with the governor is how he has attacked the judiciary in an attempt to erode people’s faith in the third branch of government — all to attain his political goals.

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