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  1. Caption This

    My favorite, from Twitter ...
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    Yep, fixed. Sorry about that guys. Carry on ...
  3. Jordan-Hare Stadium Renovation

    So what's the hold up?
  4. Counterpoint ... But talking about one-sided, framing the debate as “taking away all guns” is not productive to serious dialogue either.
  5. @NolaAuTiger my “liberal ass” started this thread back in 2012. Stating liberals are just screaming for changes now that Trump is on office is flat out false.
  6. I'm more concerned with the quantity of output these weapons produce but cede your point.
  7. School safety money would be slashed in Trump budget Two days before the school shooting in Florida that left 17 dead, the Trump administration proposed cutting millions in federal education programs meant to help prevent crime in schools and assist them in recovery from tragedies. Funds targeted for reduction or elimination in the Trump administration's fiscal 2019 request have helped pay for counselors in schools and violence prevention programs. Such funds were used for mental health aid for students and teachers in the Newtown, Conn., school district following the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in 2012. When asked about the proposed cuts, Liz Hill, an Education Department spokeswoman, said the department is "committed to providing resources, direct support and technical assistance to schools who have suffered unthinkable tragedy." The budget request calls for a $25 million reduction in funds designated for national school safety activities, compared with 2017. President Donald Trump's budget would eliminate altogether a $400 million grant program that districts can use, for example, to prevent bullying or provide mental health assistance.