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Former Israeli President Shimon Peres suffers stroke

Source: BBC News

The 93 year old has been sedated and is breathing with the help of a respirator, his office said. He is now expected to undergo a CT scan.

He had been described as conscious and stable when he arrived at the Sheba Medical Centre in Tel Hashomer.

In January, he underwent successful minor surgery at the same hospital after suffering a small heart attack.

Read more: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-37356235

"We are being played"

We are being played.

We are being played by Karl Rove's dirty tricks squad.

We are being played by Trump-trolls pretending to be Bernie-brats.

We are being played by a calculated campaign of disruption and distraction.

We are being played by anti-semitic Assange and his vile wikileaks. (He published names and addresses of women in Turkey who are now at risk from both the government and other agitators.)

We are being played by Vladimir Putin who wants Donald Trump to win in November.

We are being played.

We need to be smart enough and savvy enough to say, "Ohell, no!"

David Gerold via his Facebook page
- https://www.facebook.com/david.gerrold?fref=nf

Why is Rosanne Barr trending on Facebook?

Oh that's right! She's dogging Hillary and endorsing Trump.

Noticed some are contacting the Logo Channel asking them to remove Rosanne's show from their lineup because she endorsed someone who could care less about LGBT rights.

Wish me luck. Applied for a job with

Hillary's campaign today.

Gee Bernie

if you did not like the Democrat rules you should have run as an independent! Just sayin. Also, Hillary is ahead of you by 3 1/2 million votes, so his supporters need to stop with the "will of the people" mantra.

Sanders’ path to nomination requires support of superdelegates


Dan Rather editorial

Much ink (or pixels these days) has been spilled about how unprecedented this election season is, but surprisingly I think there has been relatively little about how remarkable it is that we are about to have a woman as the nominee of a major party, one who looks even to be favored for the White House.

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