You Said It: Privacy a thing of the past

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PRIVACY THING OF THE PAST Re: Little support for newbie’s potty mouth, Jan. 6 It is no wonder that people are becoming increasingly cynical about the media, which I think is unfortunate. In the U.S., Democratic Rep Rashida Tlaib, in a private gathering of Democrats, used a strong expletive to express how she feels about […]

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