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pjohnf - Winter Storm Linus May Change Game Day Plans - Quincy, IL News -
The climate change wackos will do anything to scare people into believing the hoax of global warming, climate change, climate distortion or whatever they call it now days, even naming snow storms and thunder storms. They're a nutty bunch.
Realist79 - Cullerton: More information needed on high Rauner salaries - Quincy, IL News -
And this is just the beginning....
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Thats such BS! Unions are the greatest! Just look at Detroit.
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It's always amusing to see an article like this one from the Strawman bring the two website champions of the leftwing out of hiding to spread their name-calling and goofy "philosophy". And their lame attempts at liberal humor......just precious. It would actually be comical if not for the fact these two aren't the only ones out there in that group made up of Obama's welfare army,…
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But the implications aren't just for Chancelors of Universities. This would have to legally apply to every government job which would certainly impact applications and it will also surely result in some hires being second guessed and place a cloud over the incoming person selected. The public is not going to be privy to the reasons candidates are not selected and yet eventually some candidate…

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