That one hell of a stupid piece of article. Janet is wonderfully talented, for sure. She an incredible dancer, singer, composer. The justices found that, under the 14th Amendment, states must issue marriage licenses to same sex couples and recognize same sex unions that have been legally performed in other states. Justice Anthony Kennedy delivered the majority opinion and was joined by Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elena Kagan, Stephen Breyer and Sonia Sotomayor. In a rare move, the four dissenting justices each wrote an opinion..
A second crisis is building in North Korea. Here, Mattis and Tillerson have combined in warning Pyongyang that “strategic patience” is over; the United States will not permit the erratic regime of Kim Jong Un to develop a nuclear strike capability targeting the United States. The key to avoiding war is to bolster allies, in Japan and South Korea, and to enlist China’s cooperation..
I drink more green tea without any sweeteners, rather than soda. Less high fructose sugar? I eat more fresh foods, rather than processed. I eat more fish. He’s given her time to get used to the idea of “them,” but her time is up and he’s ready to go all in on claiming what’s his. Despite her love of all things girlie, Gia’s no typical Southern belle. She’s built her skills and reputation in a field normally dominated by men, and now she has a kick ass career she loves.
“Gen Y” was just the old term for “Millennial” when it wasn clear what to to call them yet. Same as Gen Z now, as we don yet know who they are. Generally you name them after what happens as they come of age, and not when they are born. I just saw a super rare 1914 Schoenhut Santa Claus and reindeer display for going to auction on September 11, 2010 at Morphy auctions! I am pretty sure there are something like only 4 or 5 of these known to exist, with all but one (and now this one) held by museums! They have an opening bid to start at $1,000 and have it valued at $4,000 t0 $7,000 but that is way lower than what it’s worth. Like one tenth. Wish I could bid.
In a 2012 analysis, FiveThirtyEight’s Nate Silver found that a VP pick “has produced a net gain of only about two percentage points for the top of the ticket in his home state.”Still, two points isn’t nothing. And this being political science, there’s no perfect consensus.For their parts, Kopko and Devine only find one election where the vice presidential pick would have mattered geographically: 2000.”It came down to New Hampshire in our analysis,” Kopko said, pointing out that Al Gore had considered then New Hampshire Gov. Jeanne Shaheen for his vice presidential nominee.