Sunday, March 27, 2016

Easter



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HAPPY EASTER!!!

by jonathanturley
Happy Easter to all of our bloggers and readers that are celebrating today. The bunny came to the Turley house and left baskets overflowing with chocolates and candies. He even left a basket for Luna overflowing with dog treats. We were in Chicago all week and returned to Virginia a day early so it was good that the bunny found us. He must have been up really really really late. He left riddles for the kids like "what gets bigger the more you remove from it?" (Answer below)



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A NEW REPUBLICAN  Donald J. Trump before addressing the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. His worldview does not fit into his party's recent history.
In Donald Trump's Worldview, America Comes First, and Everybody Else Pays

By DAVID E. SANGER and MAGGIE HABERMAN

In a 100-minute interview, Mr. Trump said he might halt purchases of oil from Arab allies like Saudi Arabia unless they commit greater resources to fighting the Islamic State.
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In Havana on Thursday, a man on a laptop and others on cellphones took advantage of a Wi-Fi hot spot. Many clamor for more access to the Internet, which remains extremely limited in Cuba.
With Obama Visit to Cuba, Old Battle Lines Fade

By DAMIEN CAVE

The president's engagement policy and Raúl Castro's minor opening to free-market ideas have created a new dynamic for Cuba that reveals what the country could become with more freedom to evolve.

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kasey's kids




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North Korean Propaganda Video Depicts Nuclear Strike on Washington

By CHOE SANG-HUN

The video uploaded Saturday includes a warning to "American imperialists" not to provoke the North.



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U.S.
Nicolaus Copernicus Elementary, a 98-year-old school building in Jersey City, N.J., where 16 of 19 water fountains and coolers were found to have lead levels higher than permissible.
Schools Nationwide Still Grapple With Lead in Water

By MICHAEL WINES, PATRICK McGEEHAN and JOHN SCHWARTZ

The Flint, Mich., crisis has cast attention on the issue, but in schools from Jersey City, N.J., to Los Angeles, problems have dragged on for years.

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bella





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Main Street Sealy. I think my new advertising campaign is going to work out well.



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