Not even their Union President wanted to board the cargo ship that transports vehicles from Europe and the United States to Western Africa.
Warning: It’s a HuffPoo link, but it shows the young TX nurse looking healthy and alert.
What we do know is that today the Obama White House announced the sudden cancellation of two scheduled fundraiser appearances by Barack Obama, though it is not clear if those cancellations are a direct result of the Jarrett/bundler phone conversation.
Hunter Biden, a lawyer by training who is now a managing partner at an investment company, had been commissioned as an ensign in the Navy Reserve, a part-time position. But after failing a drug test last year, his brief military career ended.
Gee, wonder why Beau waited till such a late age to join up?
“Because of his age—43 when he was to be commissioned—he needed a waiver to join the Navy.”
Before scrubbing the skin with soap and water, family members press down on the abdomen to excrete fluids still in the body.
Lockheed’s nuclear-fusion project sounds promising, but remember: It is the federal government’s largest contractor.
Amazing video footage from Afghanistan catches a U.S. Marine as he survives being shot in the head by a Taliban sniper.
The critical shot occurs at 00:45 in the video.
h/t Mark Levin
At issue is the enormous popularity of George W. Bush in Africa, a love affair that highlights how little, by comparison, Mr. Obama has done for that continent.
Police have cited a 21-year-old man who they say entered a St. Paul home while drunk and dressed as a Santa Claus zombie.
Last Friday, 11 Republicans stood with DREAMers and rejected a bill that would effectively end DACA, which has provided relief to more than 500,000 people so far.
An email sent out to the Alcon staff by its CEO reportedly said that the ebola nurse’s boyfriend was admitted into hospital with “Ebola-like symptoms.”
The slime in DC say Obamacare can’t be repealed. I’ve always thought if they, their families and staff had to live under these rules, you’d get whiplash in seeing how fast it was repealed.
With oil barely holding on to the $80s, the Kremlin’s current leadership faces the same problem they did in the (19)80s: budget revenue half-derived from oil exports, and their backwards, inefficient economy still doesn’t produce anything that anybody outside of Mother Russia is willing to spend money on- except perhaps mediocre vodka…
Sen. Rand Paul on Friday met with George P. Bush, a rising star in Texas GOP politics, to discuss how to broaden the Republican Party’s appeal in diverse communities.
This has gone on for SIX years. The Washington Compost is actually covering this. The pool reporters are finally taking their WH censors away.
READ THE COMMENTS!
In a world where a $12.5 billion slush fund at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is used to fight the privatization of liquor stores, perhaps we should complain more about mission creep and Progressive faith in the habitually unrealized magic of increased government funding.
Frieden’s role as a “community organizer” was first reported in the New York Times in a profile. The philosophy major reportedly worked on the Mississippi Delta.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on Tuesday afternoon gave the state of Texas permission to enforce its strict voter ID law, finding that a federal judge’s ruling last week barring the use of that law “substantially disrupts the election process . . . just nine days before early voting begins” next Monday.