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NEW YORK, NY - MAY 31: Former U.S. Vice presidential candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin (R), and Donald Trump walk towards a limo after leaving Trump Tower, at 56th Street and 5th Avenue, on May 31, 2011 in New York City. Palin and Trump met for a dinner meeting in the city. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

 

She wrote: “I’ve heard from countless people who were devastated by the loss of friends and loved ones, and hurt and disappointed by what I said. As someone who has also lost friends and loved ones to AIDS, I understand why. I made a mistake, plain and simple. I want to use this opportunity to talk not only about where we’ve come from, but where we must go in the fight against HIV and AIDS.”

 

The day after Hillary Clinton’s most unfortunate misstep of praising the Reagan’s for their AIDS advocacy and her subsquent brief apology Tweet, the Dem frontrunner released a lengthier and more heartfelt apology on Medium.com. She emphasized her regret in giving the Reagans credit they did not deserve, her own record in trying to fight HIV/AIDS in the U.S. and how the fight to end AIDS is far from over.

 

New Jersey is no stranger to shady water and lead poisoning, mostly due to lead paint peeling in older homes and apartments in mostly Black and Latino impoverished neighborhoods. NJ Spotlight noted that according to Department of Health data, in 2014  “more than 3,000 children under age 6 were found to be suffering from lead poisoning.”  And yet, Governor Chris Christie has “line-vetoed” monies for a lead-hazard control fund for his state, saying the issue has been ““overdramatized’’ by lawmakers and health advocates.

 

School officials were given the results last Friday and they later confirmed the news over the weekend. However, the Mayor of Newark doesn’t believe the city has a wide-spread problem. “Our water source is safe in Newark. There are a few issues in the schools,” Mayor Ras Baraka.

 

Recent tests found high levels of lead in the water supply of 30 Newark public schools, forcing school officials to provide bottled water to their students, NJ Spotlight wrote. The findings were part of an a city-wide annual inspection of “fountains, taps and faucets in the school system’s 65 buildings.”

 

Gurl, who you calling a ? And since when is protesting disrupting anyone’s rights? As Think Progress so eloquently points out, “[The First Amendment] does not protect you from protest and criticism.” Boom.

 

“What we don’t have time for is all that petty, punk-a** little thuggery stuff that’s been going on with these “” who are doing nothing but wasting your time and trying to take away your First Amendment rights, your rights to assemble peacefully,” said. “And the media, being on the ’ side. What the heck are you guys thinking, media? It doesn’t make sense. Well, you all get it.”

 

Former Governor of Alaska Palin loves to come out of her mouth and today was no exception. While stumping for Donald at a recent rally in Tampa, the former Vice Presidential candidate bashed Trump protesters for recently shutting down and/or disrupting his rallies in Chicago, St. Louis and in Ohio, CBS News reported.