Using Twitter API and Python Programming Language

Using Twitter API is fun and today, I am going to have some fun with you, hopefully, making good use of the free speech and the love of python programming. If the name John Boehner is alien to you, don’t worry; he is the speaker of the house in Washington. He likes crying – you could say he carries his cup of tears in his sleeves. Let us find out what people are saying about him on Twitter. Meanwhile, enjoy this:

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The Tools We Will Need.

Before we do anything, we will need a few things. If you do any programming in any language, you will find this easier than it sounds:

Boston Marathon Bombings and The Texas Blast

Hello! This weekend, I would like to finish off this week with a few words based on what has transpired so far. We might both agree to the fact that it has been quite terrifying and yet amazing how great people came together (and still do) in the name of peace and love.

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This has been a sad week for sure. I will start by thanking the brave men and women in uniforms. They did all they could to bring the second terror suspect to justice and by so doing, they put their own lives at risk. To those who lost their lives or got injured during the bombing, I hope justice is truly served. May peace be with you.