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2004 Barbie for President? For the 2004 election, Mattel released Presidential Candidate Barbie, which came in both black and white models.

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Marty Baron’s Message to Journalists in the Trump Era

After the election of a president who waged, in his words, an “outright assault on the press,” the paper’s executive editor delivered words of advice for reporters when he received the Hitchens Prize in New York on Monday.

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In 2004, 84-year-old Kenyan KIMANI NG’ANG’A MARUGE became the oldest primary school pupil in the world.  He said that the government’s announcement of universal and free elementary education in 2003 prompted him to enroll.  A year later, he was elected head boy of his school. In September 2005, Maruge boarded a plane for the first time in his life, and headed to New York City to address the UN Millennium Development Summit on the importance of free primary education.

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This is why people are going without their needed medications. Republicans don't bother commenting. I will just delete the pin and repost after I block you!

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@bennydiego Never Forget: FBI Director Comey rigged the election in favor of Trump. #KGB 4 Ameri-Ruski #Trumpistan sedition. treason now okey-dokey

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Philosopher predicted rise of Trump-like figure in ’98 book

The victory of Donald Trump caught countless progressives and establishment conservatives by surprise. Since Election Day, there’s been no shortage of ink spent trying to sort out the underlying factors behind his startling rise to the Oval Office. But for late philosopher Richard Rorty, the writing

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#44 #President Of The United States #BarackObama and #FirstLady Of The United States #MichelleObama a Candidate for the U.S. Senate Barack Obama sits with his wife Michelle and daughter Sasha in a hotel room as they wait for election returns to come in November 2, 2004 in Chicago, Illinois. Obama is expected to win easily against the Republican candidate Alan Keyes.

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. | Was the 2004 Election Stolen?