This article is more confirmation – as if we needed it – that the National Geographic is a left leaning organization.
I can hardly wait for their article on how the Muslims became a part of the fabric of the US – during the Revolutionary War, for instance.
But then they would be just following 0bama's meme praising Muslim's:
“achievements and contributions… to building the very fabric of our nation and strengthening the core of our democracy.”
Puerto Rico lost all electrical power on Wed. due to a fire at its ageing oil fired plant. PR wants to build new natural gas plant but the EPA has not approved the LNG terminal for it. PR Governor wrote January letter to EPA saying that their non-approval was endangering the island's power. Power is being slowly restored but expect more problems.
“When Terence Crutcher returned to his vehicle against the lawful commands of police, he put his life, the lives of officers, and everyone else at risk.
If you refuse to follow lawful commands just because you don’t feel like it and put officers in a situation where they have a reason to believe that you are reaching for a weapon or otherwise constituting a deadly force threat, you run the risk of being shot as Terence Crutcher was.”
There’s a reason why David Brock chooses to house an unregistered Professional Solicitor in his office to raise money for his conglomerate of Super PACs and non-profits.
Professional Solicitors are required to disclose their active solicitation contracts. Brock wants his unregistered solicitor, the Bonner Group, to keep their client list hidden for a very specific reason.
“What is Aleppo” Johnson is glad no one was hurt.
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