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The Washington Post has decided it doesn’t need to pretend to be neutral anymore, and wants to wade into the realm of political opinions… but only when it comes to Bernie Sanders. Challenging a Republican on what their deficit holes go to pay for is bad form. Cenk Uygur, host of the The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

“In what has to be some kind of record, the Washington Post ran 16 negative stories on Bernie Sanders in 16 hours, between roughly 10:20 PM EST Sunday, March 6, to 3:54 PM EST Monday, March 7—a window that includes the crucial Democratic debate in Flint, Michigan, and the next morning’s spin…

All of these posts paint his candidacy in a negative light, mainly by advancing the narrative that he’s a clueless white man incapable of winning over people of color or speaking to women. Even the one article about Sanders beating Trump implies this is somehow a surprise—despite the fact that Sanders consistently out-polls Hillary Clintonagainst the New York businessman.”*

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Washington, DC, is usually referred to simply as DC, the District, or Washington is formally known as the District of Columbia. Washington DC is the capital of the US. The first article of the US Constitution provides that a federal district which is distinct from the states is to serve as the nation’s permanent capital. The city, although legally named the District of Columbia, is known as Washington, DC. The city has the same name as the state of Washington, which is located on the nation’s Pacific coast.

There are all kinds of services and goods available in the Washington DC classifieds. You can search the DC classifieds for every type of service and products that you need. You can place classified advertisements that will reach buyers in Washington DC, Virginia, and Maryland.  

There is one thing in Washington DC that are difficult to find and that is an inexpensive apartment. With the increase in housing costs, it can be difficult to find an apartment that doesn’t cost you an arm and a leg. However, there is a way to find an inexpensive apartment if you use the classifieds.

The first step is to shop around. The first place to look for an inexpensive apartment is the Washington DC classifieds in the yellow pages. You should call the apartments owners about the rent, the size, and what places are available. You shouldn’t go for the first choice that is available and continue calling until you get a good deal.

Next, check out your inner circle. You need to ask your family and friends about how they were able to find an inexpensive apartment. They can share their experiences with you and tell you what you need to know prior to you getting an inexpensive apartment. You’ll find that most of them found them in the Washington DC classifieds.

Use Craigslist. This popular online Washing DC website has a section for those who are looking for apartments. In addition to listing apartments, they also have pictures of those apartments.

Try using This Washington DC website advertises apartments and other temporary houses in Washington DC. This website not only displays the apartments that are for rent, it also names the landlord that they have verified. One of the largest disadvantages is that you will have to register and pay a fee in order to reply to the landlords.

Click here for more information about Washington DC Classifieds and other related advertising

Bernie Sanders wrote an article for The Washington Post titled “Here’s What We Want,” where he lays out the progressive policy priorities him and his supporters have been fighting for—and will continue fighting for.


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