Nevertheless, She Took a Day Off

Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet’s Stephen Miller chat about the non-impact of A Day Without a Woman, and bat around the House Republicans’ American Health Care Act.

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  1. ToryWarWriter Thatcher
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    You guys are a bright cheery ray of sunshine aren’t you.

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  2. Merrijane Inactive
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    Eh, every mother I know tries to hide veggies in their kids’ food. Chelsea Clinton has her problems, but spinach pancakes is not a big deal.

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  3. Chris Campion Coolidge
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    Merrijane (View Comment):
    Eh, every mother I know tries to hide veggies in their kids’ food. Chelsea Clinton has her problems, but spinach pancakes is not a big deal.

    No, but we probably don’t need life lessons handed down to us from high atop Mt. Clintopoulus from a doddering, inchoate offspring of two politicians, one of whom thinks half the country is detestable.

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