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Tonight's Lesson: Don't fuck with Janet Yellin

Rachel reports that the Treasury Department will bring the pain to Russians who participated in 2016 election meddling. I hope they squeal.


“I always thought, when you negotiate, you come from two different positions, and both people move. That didn’t happen. We moved as a group of Republicans. The president never moved and basically left us in the dust.”

— Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV), in an interview with PBS, on the pandemic relief bill.


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Queen - Radio GaGa - Live Aid : Wembley London 1985

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Mazzy Star - Flowers in December (Live on 2 Meter Sessions)

NC-SEN: Former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory announces bid for US Senate seat in 2022

Former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory’s career in politics is not over.

McCrory, a Republican who served one term as the state’s chief executive and 14 years as Charlotte’s mayor, has launched a campaign website announcing his run for North Carolina’s open U.S. Senate seat in 2022.

McCrory made the official announcement on his popular WBT radio show Wednesday morning. He is leaving the show.

“I’m in. I’m in. I’m going to run for the U.S. Senate because I’m simply the best for the job,” McCrory said. “Of all the candidates that are considering to run for the U.S. Senate — Republicans and Democrats — I am the best for the job, and if I wasn’t, I wouldn’t run.”

McCrory joins former U.S. Rep. Mark Walker as top-tier candidates in the Republican field to replace Richard Burr, who is not running for a fourth term in 2022. U.S. Rep. Ted Budd is considering a run, as is North Carolina native Lara Trump, the daughter-in-law of former President Donald Trump, and Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson.

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