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Thursday April 14, 2016

Lancelot Links with a Walkoff Win

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Posted at 11:17 AM on Apr 14, 2016 in category Lancelot Links
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Thursday April 07, 2016

Lancelot Links Makes America Great Again

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Posted at 05:53 AM on Apr 07, 2016 in category Lancelot Links
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Sunday April 03, 2016

Lancelot Links: Opening Day Edition

2015 World Series champion Kansas City Royals

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Posted at 08:02 AM on Apr 03, 2016 in category Lancelot Links
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Friday March 11, 2016

Lancelot Links

Ty Cobb: King of the Tobacco World

Don't throw away that paper bag. 

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Posted at 09:08 AM on Mar 11, 2016 in category Lancelot Links
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Thursday March 03, 2016

Linking the Koch Brothers' Chain

  • In Nevada, Koch brothers front group, “Concerned Veterans for America,” purchases big ad-buy for U.S. Rep Joe Heck (R) against former Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto (D), to replace U.S. Sen. Harry Reid. Via Las Vegas Sun.
  • The New York Times calls the Heck ad-buy the Kochs' “first political ad of 2016.” A Democratic spokeswoman says that the Kochs' support for Heck is unsurprising: “Whether it's supporting the privatization of Social Security, voting to turn Medicare over to private insurance companies, or opposing an increase in the minimum wage, Congressman Heck has spent his half a decade in Washington voting with the Koch brothers and special interests at every turn.”
  • A letter in the Cherry Hill (NJ) Courier Post points out that an anti-regulatory Op-Ed in the paper was in fact written by Thomas J. Pyle, “president of the American Energy Alliance, the political arm of the Institute for Energy Research. The group is a nonprofit that is primarily funded by the Koch brothers and their donor network. The organization slams everything solar, while promoting everything oil, gas and coal.”
  • One thing—probably the only thing—good about Donald Trump? The Koch brothers don't want him
  • At the same time, they're not going to spend money to try to stop Trump. They only do that with, you know, Pres. Obama, climate change scientists, etc. Funniest line: “The Koch brothers are also smarting from the millions of dollars they pumped into the failed 2012 Republican presidential bids of Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney, the sources said.”
  • Common-sense question from a Kansas City Star reader on Charles Koch, the head of the Koch empire: “Why does someone who doesn't need health insurance for himself or his family want to deprive it for so many?”
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Posted at 04:49 PM on Mar 03, 2016 in category Lancelot Links
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