A Guide to Discussing the News for Responsible and Serious-Minded Citizens

A Guide to Discussing the News for Responsible and Serious-Minded Citizens

A Guide to Discussing the News for Responsible and Serious-Minded Citizens

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Our healthcare’s finally getting well.
But houses still are hard to sell.
Employment programs still won’t gel.
And ice caps melt away pell-mell.
So therefore, people, truth to tell,
One shouldn’t dwell upon Rielle.
But, still…

 

Our healthcare’s finally getting well.
But houses still are hard to sell.
Employment programs still won’t gel.
And ice caps melt away pell-mell.
So therefore, people, truth to tell,
One shouldn’t dwell upon Rielle.
But, still…

 

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