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Name: Kathy Hinsman
Gender: Female
Hometown: Pittsburgh PA
Home country: USA
Current location: Pittsburgh
Member since: Sat Feb 18, 2017, 01:16 PM
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Coming to a theater near you: The Touchables

See it with someone you love!

2018 is a very special year

We are all 2018 – Today the whole world is the same age.

It happens only once every 1,000 years:
Your age + your year of birth = 2018.
This is true for everyone.

It is strange and inexplicable. Try it and see.
It won't happen again for another 1,000 years. So….. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

Example: I was born in 1951 and I'm 67 years old
1951 + 67 = 2018

The "plaid shirt guy" gets around

The plaid shirt guy was spotted at the G20 meeting last week.

Happy Hanukkah

Hanukkah begins today December 2nd and goes to Saturday Dec. 8th

Hanukkah begins tomorrow - December 2nd to Dec. 8th

To all our Jewish friends on DU!

I need my glasses :-)

Have a great Turkey Day, everyone!

Omarosa reveals how Trump has been secretly plotting to take down CNN's Acosta for years

Raw Story 11/14/18 4:32 p.m.
By: Tana Ganeva
Link: https://www.rawstory.com/2018/11/omarosa-reveals-trump-secretly-plotting-take-cnns-acosta-years/

Omarosa Manigault Newman

Omarosa, the reality show contestant who served as an advisor during the presidential campaign of Donald Trump and briefly in the White House, has revealed shocking news to TMZ.

The former aide claims that Trump spent years plotting how to revoke the press pass of CNN’s Jim Acosta. The President allegedly held “private meetings” about Jim Acosta as far back as when she worked at the White House.

Acosta went to a federal courthouse in D.C. on Wednesday to appeal the White House’s decision. More than a dozen media companies, including Fox News, are standing in solidarity with Acosta and CNN.

Short article, with video posted at link

Seems this might be a slight exaggeration, since it's been less than a year since Omarosa left her job at the White House. Still, I can believe this was a pre-meditated and vengeful act by Cheeto. He won't rest until he gets revenge - ever!

Pictogram of US Congressional Districts as of November 2018

This isn't a map per se - it's a pictogram showing by color breakouts the number of Democratic and Republican Congressional Districts throughout the US. I guess since a few are still being counted, there may be a change here or there.

What I love about this is the equal representation of blue across the entire country, not just on the coasts. It's a truer representation of how things really are in this country.

Pennsylvania sued over 'restrictive' deadline for absentee ballot returns

Link: https://www.democraticunderground.com/10142201266

Just posted in Latest Breaking News

Pennsylvania sued over 'restrictive' deadline for absentee ballot returns

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Voting rights advocates on Tuesday sued Pennsylvania over its deadlines to cast absentee ballots in elections, asking the commonwealth to overturn what they call "one of the most restrictive" deadlines in the country and alleging it disenfranchises eligible voters.

The plaintiffs, nine of whom are residents who applied for absentee ballots on time but missed the state's deadline for returning them, are asking the court to rule the deadline unconstitutional — in violation of the state constitution's guarantee of "free and equal" elections and equal protections under the law.

Represented in part by the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania and the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the plaintiffs have taken issue with what the ACLU calls the "unreasonably early deadline" for returning absentee ballots, according to an ACLU release.

According to the lawsuit, Pennsylvania has the earliest deadline in the nation for returning absentee ballots; they must be received by county election bureaus by 5 p.m. on the Friday before Election Day.

- more at link -

Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/news/politics-state/2018/11/13/Pennsylvania-lawsuit-sued-restrictive-deadline-absentee-ballot-returns/stories/201811130138

In PA we don't have early or mail-in voting, so the absentee ballot is the only way for shut-ins, out-of-state students, people on military duty, workers who work inconvenient hours, among many others with GOOD REASONS to have a chance to vote.

When the absentee ballot allows only 48 hours to respond then it's too restrictive and it denies our citizens of their right to vote. It's not right and it must be challenged in court.

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