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Bwoglines: Indictment Edition

It’s Friday morning! Let today’s Bwoglines carry you from slumber and into the weekend.

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Bwoglines: Class, Controversy, and Kubrick Edition

Obama’s problem with trickle-down economics is that “it doesn’t work.” (USA Today) Meanwhile, Governor Cuomo and lawmakers have agreed to let the “millionaire tax cuts” expire, reducing the budget shortfall to $1.5 billion. (NYT) But, the problems for the 1% don’t end there. Sometimes, it’s tough to realize that she’s just not that into you […]

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Bwoglines: Quelle Surprise! Edition

The term “Old Master” encompasses a lot more tacky artwork than you would have guessed. (NY1) Remember that time over the summer when Republicans took control of the state Senate? Yeah, well, it might happen again. (LI Press) Another attorney general wants to run for governor, hopefully with better results. (Daily News) Speaking of infidelity, […]

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