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  1. ricky65
    ricky65 2 January, 2018, 08:42

    Ok, the old conservative guy just made his meager donation. I enjoy CalWatchdog all year long as a good place to get straight up articles and information.
    I challenge all you regular posters and newbies to the site to promote real journalism so we can get more real news…not fake news from the lame stream news.
    Teddy the Tightwad Troll, Uly, Queeg, etc: Your turn…Give it up!

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