[Table] I am Alex and I run The Pipsqueakery, a 501c3 rodent and rabbit rescue that focuses on special needs small animals (and some large like our capybaras). Ask me anything! (pt 2/2 FINAL)

Source | Previous table

Questions Answers
Hi Alex! I follow you on Facebook and Instagram and have done for a long time. I hope you guys are okay. My question is, how many animals do you estimate have come through your doors? I've always loved seeing the work you do and the care you give. I've loved hamsters all my life and I adore you and Jason for treating them with the care they deserve. Thank you for caring for so many small friends, and big ones too. Probably about 3000 over the years. Every year the numbers just get bigger and bigger though.
Aside from cleaning religiously, what's a good way to keep mice and rats in a way that's healthy for them but also keeps the room smelling nice? I love the little ones but their pee is pungeant. Getting the males neutered makes a huge difference. Other than that, a bigger cage and endless cleaning. They're kinda smelly animals honestly.
Hi Alex (and Jason), So cool to hear about this. I was wondering (1)do you guys get attached? (2)Is it hard to let go?(3) How did you get into it? I know these are quite a bit of questions but I am super into what you guys are doing (or is it just “into you guys” idk!). Kind regards, xXHacker69Xx 1. Yes. It's impossible not to. It makes the losses really hard, but if we didn't get attached and love them all then I think it would probably be a sign to stop rescuing.
2. Incredibly hard.
3. Here's the story:
Our first syrian hamster, Pipsqueak, passed away after 4 months of having her after being quite sick. We adopted her from a shelter that didn't know her sex or type of hamster much less that she had medical issues. In retrospect she probably had an infection called pyometra but we didn't know and didn't have a vet who knew at that point. She passed away during my first week of law school, and at that point I knew that animals like her, rodents, didn't have a place to go where they would be able to receive adequate care if they were sick because we could barely provide it despite our very valiant attempts and many many vet visits.
Then, during law school one of the primary extracurriculars I participated in was helping victims of domestic violence get protective order. As you can imagine that's pretty tough work emotionally and you often see repeat clients because the cycle of abuse makes it very likely that their abuser will convince the victim that the abuser has changed and to drop
... keep reading on reddit ➡

👍︎ 9
📰︎ r/tabled
💬︎
👤︎ u/500scnds
📅︎ Dec 03 2020
🚨︎ report
What trade skills jobs actually pay (spoiler: not as much as people claim on reddit).

At least once a week on /r/povertyfinance or /r/personalfinance, we have a highly upvoted thread extolling the pay of trade skill careers. These jobs are supposedly paying tons of money (the amount of the hyperbole varies by thread, but people claiming plumbers make 6 figures is not unusual). People also claim that there is some sort of huge demand for these jobs.

So here is the data on the most popular trade skills and what they actually pay at the national median (including whether or not the occupation is actually growing):

  • Electricians - $26.53/Hour (Normal Demand - Average Job Growth Rate)
  • Plumbers - $25.92/Hour (High Demand - Higher than Average Job Growth Rate)
  • Carpenters - $22.40/Hour (Normal Demand - Average Job Growth Rate)
  • Truckers - $21.00/Hour (Normal Demand - Average Job Growth Rate)
  • Welders - $19.89/Hour (Normal Demand - Average Job Growth Rate)

This is nationally representative data pulled directly from the BLS Occupational Employment Survey. I'm posting hourly rates because every time this data is brought up, someone always claims the yearly rates don't take into account overtime. So lets just consider the hourly rates. These median rates are what the 50th percentile of the occupation make. Yes, it varies by metropolitan area. And yes, if you are in a union you will make more. But there just aren't tons of unionized very high cost of living metropolitan areas where you have large numbers of trade apprentice positions open.

I really think its important for people to look at the facts before jumping into these careers. In general, trade skill jobs do not pay a ton of money relative to an area's cost of living. This makes sense if you think about it - a job cannot be (A) in high demand (B) be so easy anyone can do it and (C) pay large amounts of money. That isn't how labor markets work.

Ultimately there is nothing wrong with trade skill work. Its a honest living, if you enjoy that type of thing. And although the pay is not great, it pays OK in most cases. But the number of cases where anyone in a trade is making the hysterical amounts of money that often get talked about on reddit is extremely low. Like any other career, someone has to be in the top 1% of the salary range. There are plumbers out there that really do make $100k a year. But it isn't normal and isn't a realistic pay level for 99% of the occupation.

It is important to acknowledge what people are actually getting paid at the me

... keep reading on reddit ➡

👍︎ 249
💬︎
📅︎ Jul 21 2019
🚨︎ report
Kate McClure and Mark D’Amico are (likely) headed to prison re: Johnny Bobbitt fraud

Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, and am not accusing Kate McClure and Mark D’Amico of any crime. These thoughts are just my own speculation, based on facts I have read from various news reports.

I have not recently seen a more incompetent and shameful set of bumbling (alleged) criminals than these two idiots. We all know the story: Kate McClure and Mark D’Amico raised over $400,000 online for a homeless veteran who lent Kate $20 last year when her car "ran out of gas." Then, after viral publicity and worldwide good feels, the couple refused to give the full $400k to Bobbitt, claiming that his drug and alcohol abuse would ruin him with such resources. Depending on whose story you believe, they either gave Bobbitt $200,000 (their claim) or less than $75,000 (Bobbitt's claim). Part of the supposed $200,000 was spent on a 19 year old SUV (which broke down) and an RV which was later sold since neither were in Bobbitt's name. When Bobbitt sued them to get the remainder of the donations, McClure and D'Amico stalled and engaged in the kind of stupid fuckery usually reserved for the OJ Simpsons of the world.

In the time between raising the money last year and refusing to give it to Bobbitt to buy a house (the original goal of the GoFundMe campaign), the idiot couple bought a new BMW, made multiple trips to California and Las Vegas and even took a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon. All this, they claim, was accomplished with their salaries from McClure's job as a receptionist at the NJ Dept of Transportation, and D'Amico's job as a carpenter. So neither of these alleged fraudsters makes more than $50k a year, yet they could still afford a decade's worth of vacations in a six-month period.

Today, police in Florence Township, NJ raided McClure and D'Amico's home, dragging away loads of evidence, and towed their newly purchased BMW coupe. In the next week, McClure and D'Amico will likely be indicted for fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud and wire fraud (due to the interstate nature of online donations). This happened after a court non-appearance yesterday in which their lawyer claimed they would not turn over financial records because they wanted to invoke their 5th Amendment right to avoid self-incrimination. Basically, they had their lawyer imply in court that they had likely committed crimes and didn't want to admit to it under oath. Conveniently, detectives from the local police were in the courtroom at the time, which irked their lawyer to the point th

... keep reading on reddit ➡

👍︎ 23
💬︎
📅︎ Sep 06 2018
🚨︎ report
Architectural millwork?

I may have an in to work for an architectural millwork company but I don’t know what it is. They have jobs listed such as finish carpenter and cabinet makers doing work on mansions. What’s the typical salary for these kind of jobs in nice areas of Southern California? Is it creative and enjoyable work in comparison to say HVAC or just general finish carpentry? Thank you so much!

👍︎ 2
📰︎ r/Carpentry
💬︎
📅︎ Jul 04 2019
🚨︎ report
32 Teams/32 Days: Day 18: The New York Jets

#New York Jets

Division: AFC East

Regular season record: 10-6 (divisional record 3-3, second place in the AFC East)

#Team Stats

Category Rank
Total offense 10th
Total defense 4th
Passing 13th
Rushing 10th
Receiving 15th
Passing Defense 13th
Rushing Defense 2nd

#Individual player stats

Category Player Total
Passing Ryan Fitzpatrick 3905
Rushing Chris Ivory 1070
Receiving Brandon Marshall 1502
Tackles David Harris 108
Interceptions Marcus Williams 6
Sacks Muhammad Wilkerson 12

#Draft Picks

Round Number overall
1 20
2 51
3 83
4 115
5 45
6 Traded to the Houston Texans for Ryan Fitzpatrick
7 209

I am 99% sure we aren't going to get any compensatory picks

#Free Agents

Muhammad Wilkerson DE UFA: Wilkerson is most likely going to get the franchise tag around the deadline. Wilkerson has been the best player on the team arguably since 2012 and might even be the second best 3-4 defensive end in the NFL.

Ryan Fitzpatrick QB UFA: He is a low tier starter or high-end backup in my eyes, but nobody can deny Fitzpatrick had one of the best quarterback performances in Jets history last year, the team very much wants to bring him back but so far it hasn’t been done. I personally see him returning next year for several reasons. First of all, he has good chemistry with Chan Gailey and the receiving corps and second of all Fitzpatrick went from Buffalo to Nashville to Houston to New Jersey, with a bunch of young kids in his family the thought of settling down for a couple of years sounds nice.

Damon Harrison NT UFA: Harrison is a really underrated contributor for the Jets and might be one of the most underrated players in the NFL. He doesn’t get a lot of coverage because he is a two down pure run stuffing nose tackle, but he is a fucking awesome at stopping the run. Harrison recently stated that all signs point to a return.

Chris Ivory RB UFA. One of the better acquisitions of the Idzik era, Ivory had a career year in 2015 having his first 1,000+ yard season. Had a great start but gradually slowed down mostly due to minor injuries. Due to his age and the Jets limited salary cap it’s extremely doubtful that Ivory will return

Bilal Powell RB UFA. In many ways, he was the opposite of Ivory this year, because while Ivory slowed down toward

... keep reading on reddit ➡

👍︎ 202
📰︎ r/nfl
💬︎
📅︎ Mar 01 2016
🚨︎ report
Lee’s Summit superintendent threatens to quit over board vote on racial equity plan

https://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article230491129.html

The controversy over racial equity in Lee’s Summit erupted Thursday night with school board members voting down a second attempt to get training for teachers and staff, and the superintendent saying he now wants out of the district.

After the 4-3 vote that shot down a proposal to spend more than $97,000 to hire a St. Louis firm to train employees in racial equity, diversity and inclusion, Superintendent Dennis Carpenter told board members to settle out his contract and “find somebody this board can trust.”

Board members seemed stunned when a clearly frustrated Carpenter addressed them immediately after their vote.

“I have sat with this district and tried to work with this district,” said Carpenter, the district’s first African American superintendent. “I think if you don’t have a leader you can trust, I think you need to find someone you can trust. … Every piece I put forth in this district to try and assure equity, it was met with opposition.

“I want you all to fulfill my contract,” Carpenter said, referring to a clause that requires the district to buy him out if he is dismissed. “What this district needs to help move it forward is a superintendent it can trust.”

Parents in the audience shouted from the back of the packed board room, calling one board member a racist.

“What kind of message are they sending?” said Lashawn Walker, a parent and president of a community group that has been pushing for the equity training.

“What do they think, children of color are going to stop moving to this district?” Walker said outside the meeting room. “This district is only going to get more diverse. This is a slap in the face to all the families who have moved here for a better district. This is horrible. They are going to run the first African American superintendent out of here. This is bad. They don’t want to say this district is racist. Well this proves it is.”

On Friday morning Carpenter did not back away from his Thursday night comments. “I probably tossed the ball in the board’s court. They will have to decide,” he said. In a statement Carpenter also said: “I have spent a career of 23 years being committed to the effective education of all children and I am as clear and unwavering in that commitment now as I

... keep reading on reddit ➡

👍︎ 20
📰︎ r/leesummit
💬︎
📅︎ May 18 2019
🚨︎ report
Ask a Capitalist!

My views for the majority are dead center with capitalism. Why am i capitalist; well because i support private property and the existence of a state.

Rehashing how we got here, i believe is pointless and achieves nothing. For example, lets talk about the continental United States. Many attrocities have happened in the past in relation to its formation. Land was probably stolen and some land might have been stolen from it and so on and so forth.

But if the people in that land decide that they want to organize together as a society through democratic means and establish a state that rules and governs over the lands within that region with the enforcement of private property i support that.

I support the government, which is simply a collection of elected people, to sell land to private citizens if the citizenry deems that the distribution was fair and just.

I support individuals who own property to use that property for personal uses or for business uses. If an individual has an apple on his property and sells the apples to carpenters and masons to build him a house, thats trade and i support that as well. If the owner then goes to the local market and sells his apples for income, i support that as well as see it as just,.

If the owner then gets into a mutually beneficial contract with consenting adult where the apple tree owner will pay an individidual to pick his trees for a wage or salary and then the owner sells those apples for a profit. i support that too

I believe individuals should have the right to enter into contracts including wage contracts.

If the people residing in what we now call geographical california decide that having a state to enforce norms and protect property is beneficial to them, they should have that right.

👍︎ 12
💬︎
📅︎ Jul 08 2015
🚨︎ report
Better Know a State: Maine – discuss Maine politics and candidates

Welcome to our 46th Better Know a State (BKAS), which will focus on MAINE. As I indicated before, the plan is to do these state-by-state, highlighting upcoming elections, progressive candidates in those states and major issues being fought (with an emphasis on Democratic, Independent and third party candidates). State residents can let me know if I’ve missed anything important or mistakenly described some of these issues.


Reminder: The deadline to file as a candidate for the 2018 races in Maine is March 15, 2018. Here are the filing requirements – link. The date of the primary election in Maine is June 12, 2018.

Here’s what I’ve found about the various races:


United States Senators:. The Senators from Maine are Angus King and Susan Collins. Angus King is an Independent, but he often votes with the Democrats. However, he would fit in with the conservative Dems (his Progressive Punch Crucial Lifetime Progressive Score = 69%). He is up for re-election in 2018. There are three Democratic candidates, Zak Ringelstein, Ben Pollard and Fred Wiand, competing to run against him. There are also two Republicans, State Senator Ed Brakey and Max Linn, one Libertarian, Chris Lyons, and one Independent, Alex Hammer, challenging him.

Democrats

Zak Ringelstein is a teacher and public education advocate. For his campaign, Zak is only taking donations from the people, but not corporations or PACs. He supports Medicare-for-All, $15/hr minimum wage, getting money out of politics, infrastructure spending, increasing taxes on the rich, moving away from high stakes testing in public schools, paid maternity and paternity leave, land grants for new universities, technical schools, and community colleges, renegotiating NAFTA, divesting from fossil fuels, etc. He also wants to end crippling student loan debt, but didn’t say how he would do that. He seems like a great candidate. Here is his website.

Ben Pollard has a podcast show ‘The Ben Pollard Show’ focusing on politics and current events. He ran for Senate against Angus King in 2012, but lost. He does not seem to have a formal campaign website for his run in 2018, but his 2012 website is still available online. At that time, he supported spending on national security, increasing job opportunities in the military, Peace Corps and a civi

... keep reading on reddit ➡

👍︎ 51
💬︎
📅︎ Feb 11 2018
🚨︎ report
On nonsense: Forms thereof, falsifiability, pseudoscience, bullshit, youth culture, and other craziness

I've been musing over the nature of nonsense, pseudoscience, quackery, bullshit, and fallibility. A few references and digressions.

Typology

The Venn Diagram of Irrational Nonsense from The Reason Stick is a convenient typology of bollocks (religious, quackery, pseudoscientific, and paranormal, as well as their intersections. Scientology is the ne plus ultra at the intersection of all of these.

Quack Watch on Pseudoscience

"Pseudoscience", by Rory Coker, Ph.D., cites numerous characteristics of pseudoscience, and ways to distinguish them from true science. I'd soften a few of the absolutes, but it's a handy list to keep in mind.

Pseudoscience:

  1. Displays an indifference to facts.
  2. "Research" is invariably sloppy.
  3. Begins with a hypothesis—usually one which is appealing emotionally, and spectacularly implausible—and then looks only for items which appear to support it.
  4. Is indifferent to criteria of valid evidence.
  5. Relies heavily on subjective validation.
  6. Depends on arbitrary conventions of human culture, rather than on unchanging regularities of nature.
  7. Always achieves a reduction to absurdity if pursued far enough.
  8. Always avoids putting its claims to a meaningful test.
  9. Often contradicts itself, even in its own terms.
  10. Deliberately creates mystery where none exists, by omitting crucial information and important details.
  11. Does not progress.
  12. Attempts to persuade with rhetoric, propaganda, and misrepresentation rather than valid evidence (which presumably does not exist).
  13. Argues from ignorance, an elementary fallacy.
  14. Argues from alleged exceptions, errors, anomalies, strange events, and suspect claims—rather than from well-established regularities of nature.
  15. Appeals to false authority, to emotion, sentiment, or distrust of established fact.
  16. Makes extraordinary claims and advances fantastic theories that contradict what is known about nature. Pseudoscientists invent their own vocabulary in which many terms lack precise or unambiguous definitions, and some have no definition at all.
  17. Appeals to the truth-criteria of scientific methodology while simultaneously denying their validity.
  18. Claims that the phenomena it studies are "jealous." Pseudoscientific "explanations" tend to be by scenario. Pseudoscientists often ap
... keep reading on reddit ➡

👍︎ 3
💬︎
📅︎ Jun 18 2014
🚨︎ report
[Table] IAmA: I am Frank Klepacki - Audio Director, Composer and Sound Designer for Petroglyph. If you've played Command & Conquer, Star Wars Empire At War, Universe At War, Blade Runner, or watch UFC, you've heard my music.

Verified? (This bot cannot verify AMAs just yet)

Date: 2013-05-22

Link to submission (Has self-text)

Link to my post

Questions Answers
Mr. Klepacki, let me just say that Hell March 2 is probably the single piece of VG music that I play most often when I wanna get pumped up/energized for something, so thanks for that! Do you have a single favorite piece that you've done? Thank you! HM2 was a fun one to write. I have many favorites since there are so many styles and projects I've done, couldn't narrow it down a single piece.
The original C&C Soundtrack was amazing. Target and Just Do It Up have been pretty much permanently stuck in my head for the last 18 years. C&C Thang is my favorite. One of those tracks that makes me wish I could whistle. I have to settle for joining in the with 'woo's and 'yeah's. =) Hehe - awesome.
NOD or GDI? Where does your loyalties lie? NOD. Kane had me at Seth's execution.
But what about when Kane killed you from behind in Red Alert? Doesn't that change some of your opinion? I died for him before that at the end of C&C in cyberspace!
What would you consider your greatest achievement? Also how was Joe Kucan? Greatest achievement, Star Wars Empire at War. A perfect game dev experience for me in all aspects of audio.
Joe Kucan was awesome to work with, always funny, witty, and of course how cool is it to be 2 offices down from Kane?
Hey Frank, follow you on FB, just happened to see your post on here. Thought it was nice of you to do an AMA. First time I saw Star Wars, I made a musical connection right away. First thing you hear is that iconic opening piece of music and all you see is te
... keep reading on reddit ➡

👍︎ 4
📰︎ r/tabled
💬︎
📅︎ May 22 2013
🚨︎ report
AmazonFC Questions

Hey guys I’ve been working at Amazon for about 7 weeks now and just had a few questions.

  1. I work in a fulfillment center in California and was wondering if anyone knew what the new computers that got installed are for? I’m a stower and we have the computer that shows tak time, the time you’ve been stowing and the actual time. It also shows you a picture of the item you scan but this week they installed a new screen so there’s 2 now and I’m just curious on what the second one might be for. I heard the IT guys talking about it and one said they were going to be used in 2 weeks but when I asked what they were for they didn’t tell me.

  2. I’ve seen things about a point system but I can’t find my points anywhere. Is it because I’m a blue badge? I was like 2 to 3 minutes late about 3 times a few weeks back but haven’t been late since I heard about the point system. I just don’t want to suddenly get fired or something.

  3. So is there only 3 different paying positions? Like I’m guessing stowers are level 1 which is $15/hr here in CA. PAs are level 3 I think and they get paid $17/hr and well I know managers have a salary and aren’t paid hourly. I’m just trying to see if I could move up or something from being a stower and wondering if me having a bachelors degree would help me get a different position. Stowing isn’t bad but I just don’t like being pressured to have to stow at a certain speed and would like it more if I had a more laidback role.

  4. I got my BS in civil engineering and graduated this year but haven’t found a job yet. I think things have gotten harder because of COVID and I don’t really see myself working at Amazon in the long run. It’s not a difficult job but I know that there is better paying starting jobs out there like maybe welding or being a carpenter. So I was wondering if I decide to leave Amazon if it would be hard to get hired again if I wasn’t able to find a different job. I don’t think I’ve messed up seriously and I haven’t gotten a write up. They’ve only pulled me aside like 3 times to tell me that I stowed something wrong and that it was sticking out or something.

  5. Sorry for all the questions but the last one would be is tak time something they are hard on? I can go low to the 10-15 s when I have a lot of small things, I’ve even gotten to 8s before but usually with big items and all I am around 20-25s and was wondering if that was bad? They only told me something last time because I had a tak time of 160s since I had no work

... keep reading on reddit ➡

👍︎ 2
📰︎ r/AmazonFC
💬︎
👤︎ u/rigo182
📅︎ Nov 11 2020
🚨︎ report
Better Know a State: Maine – discuss Maine politics and candidates

Welcome to our 46th Better Know a State (BKAS), which will focus on MAINE. As I indicated before, the plan is to do these state-by-state, highlighting upcoming elections, progressive candidates in those states and major issues being fought (with an emphasis on Democratic, Independent and third party candidates). State residents can let me know if I’ve missed anything important or mistakenly described some of these issues.


Reminder: The deadline to file as a candidate for the 2018 races in Maine is March 15, 2018. Here are the filing requirements – link. The date of the primary election in Maine is June 12, 2018.

Here’s what I’ve found about the various races:


United States Senators:. The Senators from Maine are Angus King and Susan Collins. Angus King is an Independent, but he often votes with the Democrats. However, he would fit in with the conservative Dems (his Progressive Punch Crucial Lifetime Progressive Score = 69%). He is up for re-election in 2018. There are three Democratic candidates, Zak Ringelstein, Ben Pollard and Fred Wiand, competing to run against him. There are also two Republicans, State Senator Ed Brakey and Max Linn, one Libertarian, Chris Lyons, and one Independent, Alex Hammer, challenging him.

Democrats

Zak Ringelstein is a teacher and public education advocate. For his campaign, Zak is only taking donations from the people, but not corporations or PACs. He supports Medicare-for-All, $15/hr minimum wage, getting money out of politics, infrastructure spending, increasing taxes on the rich, moving away from high stakes testing in public schools, paid maternity and paternity leave, land grants for new universities, technical schools, and community colleges, renegotiating NAFTA, divesting from fossil fuels, etc. He also wants to end crippling student loan debt, but didn’t say how he would do that. He seems like a great candidate. Here is his website.

Ben Pollard has a podcast show ‘The Ben Pollard Show’ focusing on politics and current events. He ran for Senate against Angus King in 2012, but lost. He does not seem to have a formal campaign website for his run in 2018, but his 2012 website is still available online. At that time, he supported spending on national security, increasing job opportunities in the military, Peace Corps and a civi

... keep reading on reddit ➡

👍︎ 6
💬︎
📅︎ Feb 11 2018
🚨︎ report
Better Know a State: Maine – discuss Maine politics and candidates

Better Know a State: Maine – discuss Maine politics and candidates

Welcome to our 46th Better Know a State (BKAS), which will focus on MAINE. As I indicated before, the plan is to do these state-by-state, highlighting upcoming elections, progressive candidates in those states and major issues being fought (with an emphasis on Democratic, Independent and third party candidates). State residents can let me know if I’ve missed anything important or mistakenly described some of these issues.


Reminder: The deadline to file as a candidate for the 2018 races in Maine is March 15, 2018. Here are the filing requirements – link. The date of the primary election in Maine is June 12, 2018.

Here’s what I’ve found about the various races:


United States Senators:. The Senators from Maine are Angus King and Susan Collins. Angus King is an Independent, but he often votes with the Democrats. However, he would fit in with the conservative Dems (his Progressive Punch Crucial Lifetime Progressive Score = 69%). He is up for re-election in 2018. There are three Democratic candidates, Zak Ringelstein, Ben Pollard and Fred Wiand, competing to run against him. There are also two Republicans, State Senator Ed Brakey and Max Linn, one Libertarian, Chris Lyons, and one Independent, Alex Hammer, challenging him.

Democrats

Zak Ringelstein is a teacher and public education advocate. For his campaign, Zak is only taking donations from the people, but not corporations or PACs. He supports Medicare-for-All, $15/hr minimum wage, getting money out of politics, infrastructure spending, increasing taxes on the rich, moving away from high stakes testing in public schools, paid maternity and paternity leave, land grants for new universities, technical schools, and community colleges, renegotiating NAFTA, divesting from fossil fuels, etc. He also wants to end crippling student loan debt, but didn’t say how he would do that. He seems like a great candidate. Here is his website.

Ben Pollard has a podcast show ‘The Ben Pollard Show’ focusing on politics and current events. He ran for Senate against Angus King in 2012, but lost. He does not seem to have a formal campaign website for his run in 2018, but his 2012 website is still available online. At that time, he supported spending on national security,

... keep reading on reddit ➡

👍︎ 6
💬︎
📅︎ Feb 11 2018
🚨︎ report

Please note that this site uses cookies to personalise content and adverts, to provide social media features, and to analyse web traffic. Click here for more information.