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#SocialCurrentSee (#Clinton) eMc2*

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#SocialCurrentSee (#Clinton) eMc2* @Storify archive in #ALTACITIES by @ALTALOMAN ~ *eMail Case Squared https://t.co/k7c3SmKOnH — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) March 28, 2016
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The #SocialCurrentSee sites of #ALTACITIES include comments on a range of topics. But never until the post detailed below has any single post elicited so many comments (over 8.5K).

According to this SOURCE, 147 FBI agents are involved in the investigation surrounding Hillary Clinton's primate email server and handling of classified material. The Washington Post reports that the large number of agents have been deployed to run down leads in the investigation, citing a lawmaker briefed by FBI Director James Comey. The Post reported that the FBI has accelerated its investigation as officials want to avoid potentially announcing any action close to the November election. | VIDEO






WHEN YOU CHANGE THE WAY YOU LOOK AT THINGS, 
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#SocialCurrentSee (#HOAs) ~ Pending

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#SocialCurrentSee® (#HOAs*) (pending archive post for #ALTACITIES) via ALTALOMAN · @Storifyhttps://t.co/EzJkWg1zYZ — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) March 27, 2016
A former Florida legislator has some telling observations about common interest developments (aka HOAs) and he's not the first with potent thoughts on these places.  If you didn't know this already, the Sunshine State offers the largest spread of HOAs in the nation, just ahead of California.





WHEN YOU CHANGE THE WAY YOU LOOK AT THINGS, 
THE THINGS YOU LOOK AT CHANGE



























#SocialCurrentSee : #PowerGrab

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#SocialCurrentSee : #PowerGrab (#ALTACITIES archive) · @ALTALOMAN via @Storify ~ the Dick Morris video https://t.co/sUF8IFOqLs — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) March 25, 2016

From our oasis of a retirement community, a common interest development (aka HOA) in the Inland Empire of Southern California (Trilogy Glen Ivy), the topic of immigration and immigration reform is not regularly discussed.

Still, we know the topic is highly charged and a leading issue on the minds of voters throughout the nation in this political season.  Also, it is a given that it will be raised locally during the intervening weeks before the June 7 California Primary.

If you read the #SocialCurrentSee that is embedded in the Storify slide show (above), you will note many other comments and links on topic.







WHEN YOU CHANGE THE WAY YOU LOOK AT THINGS, 
THE THINGS YOU LOOK AT CHANGE