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As of 8:30 pm local time...

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The site of Bernie Sanders's election night party, as of 8:30 p.m.

Fitz briefs Hilz on Trump's latest | Hillary Clinton Group

because it's just so dang cute:


Her response: Oh, that's pathetic

CNN:The origins of Sanders' ideology, in his own words | Hillary Clinton Group

By Brianna Keilar, CNN Senior Correspondent
Updated 10:11 AM ET, Mon February 29, 2016

In 1969, just a few years before Bernie Sanders first sought public office, he penned a number of columns on a variety of topics: sexuality -- including violent rape fantasies and the sexual development of children -- emotional links to cancer, foreign relations and the failures of traditional education.

He rails against "conservative" education -- what he viewed as an ineffective and soulless learning environment where children must "sit still for 7 hours a day ... and raise their hands when they have to go to the bathroom."

It was a theme he returned to repeatedly that year, denouncing authoritarian teaching styles.

Often "a child has an old bitch of a teacher (and there are many of them) or pehaps (sic) he simply is not interested in school and would rather be doing other thing (sic)," Sanders wrote in his column, "Cancer, Disease and Society," for an alternative publication called The Vermont Freeman.



Teachers endorsed Hillary, right?

Polls are open. Let's make history, South Carolina. | Hillary Clinton Group

Hillary for SC ‏@HillaryforSC 1h1 hour ago
Polls are open. Let's make history, South Carolina.

Men4Hillary ‏@HillarysMen 2h2 hours ago
96 years ago women got the right to vote today. Today a woman is the front runner for the presidency. #ImWithHer

Mean Tweets, Campaign Edition with Senator Al Franken | Hillary Clinton Group


White House Dancer Virginia McLaurin Chooses Hillary | Hillary Clinton Group

We've seen the video of her dancing with POTUS and FLOTUS. Now this lovely Foster Grandparent Program volunteer reveals her choice in the 2016 race-

As for the next president she'd love to meet in the White House?

"Hillary Clinton," she says. "I think every human being means something in her life, and she tried to help the person that's less fortunate than the rich person or the person with a lot of money."

With all the dancing and volunteering and kissing, it's easy to forget that McLaurin is well over 100 years old. So what's her secret to staying young at heart?

"I don't know anything other than treat people like you want to be treated, live the best in your heart and serve the Lord."


Fighting for children's rights in South Carolina in the 1970s | Hillary Clinton Group

There she goes again, not just pontificating about everything that's wrong. She works to make change happen.

Gladiators in pantsuits

kerry washington ‏@kerrywashington 11h11 hours ago
A good friend came by set today. Proud to say... #imwithher

Katie LowesVerified account
#ImWithHer. Literally. She was right there! @HillaryClinton, thanks for visiting! 🇺🇸

And, because of course...

John LewisVerified account
It was good to spend a few moments today playing with puppies brought to the Hill by the @ASPCA

Kweisi Mfume To Endorse Clinton, “Remarkable Colleague And Friend”

WASHINGTON — Kweisi Mfume, the former president and CEO of the NAACP and member of Congress will announce his endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president today, a Clinton campaign official confirmed to BuzzFeed News.

The long rumored endorsement by one of the most visible civil rights leaders of the 1990s comes at the beginning of a busy week for Clinton, full of engagements in South Carolina. On Tuesday, Clinton will campaign with Sybrina Fulton, Geneva Reed-Veal, Gwen Carr, Maria Hamilton and Lucia McBath — all mothers of victims of police brutality who have endorsed her.

Both Clinton and Sanders will campaign in South Carolina during the run-up to the Democratic primary there, to be held on Feb. 27.

“For decades, Hillary Clinton has demonstrated her commitment to fighting for Black and Latino communities in both deed and action,” Mfume’s endorsement reads. “She is a proven leader with a long record of working for everyday people and getting the job done. She has been a remarkable colleague and friend who I know and trust.”
“I served in Congress with Bernie Sanders and know him to be a likable guy, but I know that Hillary understands our struggles first hand.”


Great analysis by Al Giordano on upcoming races, Hillary's chances, Sanders' mistakes

I can't get excerpts from the page with the piece but the link is below. He explains how the next couple of weeks should play out. Giordano has an excellent record for accurate predictions. I especially enjoyed his take on how the odd attacks against AA and Latino icons will specifically effect upcoming results. He also has some interesting thoughts on when and how Sen Warren will endorse

This fact filled beauty was on his twitter feed so it copied

But now, go to this link: http://www.tsu.co/AlGiordano/114412434

Click the blue "read more" after the blurb for "The Nevada Caucus Results in Black, White and Brown" post.

A shaded member screen appears but you can just x it out to read the full piece. (x is at top right side of the white text)

Real insider-y stuff!

ALL kick ass excellent for Hillary
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