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Merry Christmas from The Lincoln Project


"Ring Out, Solstice Bells" - Jethro Tull

New Warnock ad: Something Extra For Georgians This Holiday Season


The Lincoln Project Has Just Named Names . . .

. . .and Twitter handles and phone numbers of the AGs from the 17 states that have joined the Texas AG in filing that bogus bullshit lawsuit attempting to overturn Trump's defeat in November 2020.



Absolutely NO ONE Wants to Buy Trump's Childhood Home


In a fittingly grifty real-estate move, the owners of Donald Trump’s first home in Queens have started a GoFundMe to allow MAGA fans to buy the house as a gift to their man as he leaves office. (Whether he does so voluntarily or not.) The sellers want $3 million, after which they’ll hand the keys to Trump so he can gold-plate it, or turn it into a petite presidential library full of torn-up-and-taped-together memos, or do whatever the hell else he wants with it. As of this afternoon, the campaign to raise that $3 million has taken in $125, which will perhaps cover the electric bill for a week or two.

The building has been bought twice during these grim four years, apparently by buyers who saw it as a potential growth asset. Not long before the inauguration in 2017, it went for $1.4 million, and it was auctioned within months to another buyer — said to be a Chinese investor — for $2.14 million. (Comparable houses nearby sell for considerably less than that.) It was offered at auction again last year and failed to sell, which perhaps explains why the owner’s trying this GoFundMe scheme. You could rent the house as an overpriced Airbnb for awhile, too. Hey, if Tricky Dick’s birthplace is a place to visit, why not Donald J. Trump’s?

Any real estate appraisers here? Your thoughts?

Beau of the Fifth Column: Let's Talk About Rosa Parks. . .

. . .and some lesser known facts.

Tina Weymouth (Talking Heads) was born on this date.

Happy 70th Birthday!

Georgia US Senate candidate websites. . .Please Read Carefully

These sites underscore the need for claiming and locking down all potential relevant URLs if you plan to run for office.

And yes, they do feature fair and accurate portrayals of the candidates.




'Bye, Don.

Leah Greenberg, co-founder of Indivisible, has a few words to say. . .

Reminder that in every state that didn't go blue this year there are dedicated, brilliant, passionate activists and organizers working to build power in their communities, year in and year out. Respect, support, and invest in them.

And this should go without saying but keep your snide comments about states that are beyond saving to yourself. There are people fighting for them, and if you can't help you can get out of the way.

I can only assume she forgot to put quotation marks around the words "beyond saving"

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