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Does anyone know of a good article having to do with politics or government? If so can you please let me know!
What period of time?
Like recent news or the past week

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Read different newspapers, the politics section, from conservative points of views and democratic.
Thanks:) But do you have an article in mind that caught your attention?
Hmm. Well you can look at articles about the benghazi situation or the gun control :)
Nice, Thanks Thanks:)
Good luck!
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That wasn't me
\(\Large\text{Yeah it was. You said a goof article. Typo, I guess.}\)
^nice party hats
Oh ha who knows:)
Oh I meant good lol

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