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Monica S Mcfeeters's insight:
This is ALEC the group that owns nearly all Mississippi State high ranking republicans as well as many in other states as well and nearly all those running for president as Republican. Do your own research....Trump is not ALEC owned he just thinks he doesn't need a group to buy political officials so why pay high dues or why not just put himself in a gig that makes him all their boss any way.
Put paint and oil and milk and soap together and what do you get? A lot of pretty. Thomas Blanchard continues his series of mixing paint and shooting it up close to create worlds of emotion and beauty through color.
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