According to Rene Sandler, an attorney for the family, police opened fire through an outside window and murdered Lemp and shot his girlfriend as they slept.

Ridiculous tragedy originating with the uninformed.

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MSM is the enemy,without a doubt.

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Expert: “Over the next four years, it may be more important to acquire less glamorous but nimbler weapons to prevent Beijing from considering an invasion.”

China will invade the day after Democrats take control of government.

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Could have done this without the dramatics. More coverage of ABCs coverup would have been nice too.

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Los Angeles is becoming increasingly dangerous and intolerable for the average citizen. Homeless attacks are on the rise. Recently a homeless man dumped a bucked of his hot diarrhea on the head of a woman getting in her car. The woman now has to have regular checks for infectious disease. NBC4 reported: A night near…

Eventually when you keep voting for it it become a physical reality.

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Naturally the UK parliament channel suppresses comments. They wouldn't want to find out what interested parties actually think.

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HAHA a generation of Democrat solutions led to the problem and a short period of time a Conservative treated it and made a difference. Democrats would have had and have had countless committees there by now.

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NEW YORK - Sen. Elizabeth Warren hailed the political power of female-led organizing in a speech Monday night that invoked the deadly 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire to argue that outrage can spark positive change - and to make the case for her own presidential ambitions. Warren, D-Mass., has long faced doubts from some Democratic leaders and voters who wonder if she would be able to defeat President Donald Trump, because of her outspoken liberal message and voters' possible reluctance to embrace a woman as president. Monday's speech, and the big crowd it attracted, was in part an attempt to rebut such doubts by arguing that liberal women have won big change before. "I wanted to give this speech here - but not because of the arch behind me or the president this square is named for," Warren said, reading from a teleprompter in Washington Square Park, blocks from where the Triangle fire killed more than 140 workers, including many young immigrant women. "We're not here today because of famous arches or famous men," she said. "In fact, we're not here because of men at all - we're here because of some hard-working women." The comments were a more direct nod to gender than most of her public remarks to date, which typically focus on the ways in which powerful interests have tilted the country's government toward elites. The event, which the campaign said attracted more than 20,000 people and was easily among her largest crowds, had been heavily promoted by the Warren campaign in the preceding days. It came as the campaign enters a new phase in which voters will be paying closer attention and the field is narrowing, and as Warren is looking for new ways to show off her momentum. She has started holding large rally-style events in an effort to demonstrate that she enjoys enthusiastic grass-roots support from the...

Wow how cool. Americas first female native American Presidential candidate.

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I hope dissenter ends up catching on greatly.

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More censorship.Silly accusations.

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