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Doug Olson resigning is a big loss for the City.
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Cooledge. True. Democrat leaders want nothing to do with curtailing voter fraud. Why? Because voter fraud is a predominantly Democrat tool.
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The raid was "carried out by seven plainclothes officers" (and it sounds like additional officers who went to suspect's workplaces)? This certainly sounds like an excessive use (and by "use" I mean misuse) of police officers by Ardis -- especially for something like a Twitter account. How many officers are usually sent to arrest somebody for a non-violent offense? I can't help but think…
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Chief Copley jumps into Lake Michigan once an hour for 24 straight hours

Quincy Police Chief Rob Copley was one of 43 people to take part in the Super Plunge in Evanston, Illinois this weekend.

Copley and the others jumped into Lake Michigan once an hour for 24 straight hours starting on Friday afternoon.

Copley raised $2,700 for Special Olympics and the group raised more than $160,000 overall. 

 


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Bob Gough 30 minutes ago

RT @mikekelly1120: Have you heard of staying one step ahead of the posse?
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Bob Gough 1 hour, 11 minutes ago

@Mizzou2SEC If that's the case, he's the most clueless man on the planet. #probablyso
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Bob Gough 1 hour, 19 minutes ago

@JWHooch I won't argue that at all.
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Bob Gough 1 hour, 19 minutes ago

@JWHooch Norm is in the Hall of Fame. Quin, Anderson and Haith won't be.