North Dakota & New Mexico

North Dakota is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States, along the Canadian border. New Mexico is a state located in the southwest and western regions of the United States. 5.0/5

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If we think our own electoral system is bad, look at the American Electoral College system.. In a two-candidate race, with equal voter turnout in every district and no faithless electors, a candidate could win the electoral college while winning only about 22% of the nationwide popular vote. This would require the candidate in question to win each one of the following states by just one vote: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. It is also possible to win the election by winning eleven states/50 and disregarding the rest of the country. If one ticket were to take California (55 votes), Texas (38), New York (29), Flor ...
This week, our CEO Rick Muncrief met with employees in town hall meetings in areas where WPX operates, including Colorado, Wyoming, North Dakota, Pennsylvania and New Mexico. He talked about his background, his building blocks for the company, and he listened to employees and answered their questions.
Volunteers still needed! We're still need a few volunteers to help us distribute balls in the following states: Alaska, Colorado, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wyoming, on June 21, 2014 Please email julie.leaverif you are interested. We need your name, shipping address, and the name of the dog park you want to bring them to. Thanks!
THE United States ,MOTO BY MOTO, CONTINUED: Mississippi: come here and feel better about your own state Missouri: your federal Flood Relief tax dollars at work Montana) land of the big sky, the unibomber, right wing crazies and very little else Nebraska: ask about our state motto contest Nevada: let's play poker New Mexico: lizards make excellent pets New York: you have the right to remain silent, you have the right to an attorney North Carolina: tobacco is a vegetable North Dakota: we really are one of the 50 states Ohio: we wish we were in Michigan Oklahoma: like the musical, only no singing Oregon: spotted owl...it's what's for dinner Pennsylvania: cook with coal Rhode Island: we're really not an island South Carolina: remember the civil war? We didn't actually surrender South Dakota: closer than North Dakota Tennessee: the educashun state Texas: yes, I speak English Vermont: yep Virginia: who says government stiffs and skacjjaw yokels don't mix Washington: help! We're overrun by nerds and slackers Wes ...
Connecticut Becomes 18th State to Allow NP Independence Robert Lowes May 01, 2014 In the face of physician opposition, Connecticut lawmakers have passed a bill allowing Nurse Practitioners (NPs) and other advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) to work independently after a 3-year collaboration with a physician there. The Connecticut House okayed the measure 110 to 34 Monday after state Senate approval earlier in April. Governor Dannel Malloy has promised to sign the bill, effectively making Connecticut the eighteenth state, in addition to Washington, DC, where NPs can practice without physician supervision or a collaborative relationship. In addition to Connecticut, those states granting full independence to NPs are Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, and Wyoming, according to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP). The AANP defines full independence as the ability o ...
Ok friends! I have a question! What do these states have in common? Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, MAssachusetts, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia & West Virginia. (hint! it has to do with my new company "Makeup Eraser"!)
Aww but I really wanted to see New Mexico St and North Dakota st!
Abortion access is under threat throughout the Great Plains states, and the recent terrorist attack on a Montana Family Services clinic is just the latest example (pictures below). Stand up for abortion access in Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming:
Cowboy rules for: Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Nebraska, Idaho, and the rest of the Wild West are as follows: 1. Pull your pants up. You look like an *** 2. Turn your cap right, your head ain't crooked. 3. Let's get this straight: it's called a 'gravel road.' I drive a pickup truck because I want to. No matter how slow you drive, you're gonna get dust on your Lexus. Drive it or get out of the way. 4. They are cattle. That's why they smell like cattle. They smell like money to us. Get over it. Don't like it? I-10 & I-40 go east and west, I-17 & I-15 goes north and south. Pick one and go. 5. So you have a $60,000 car. We're impressed. We have $250,000 Combines that are driven only 3 weeks a year. 6. Every person in the Wild West waves. It's called being friendly. Try to understand the concept. 7. If that cell phone rings while a bunch of geese/pheasants/ducks/doves are comin' in during a hunt, we WILL shoot it outta your hand. You bet .. ...
More people continue to call Delaware "home." According to the U.S. Census Bureau (see link to related article in the Comments section), The First State had 925,749 residents in July 2013. That was an increase of 0.9 percent over July of the previous year. Delaware tied or exceeded the growth rate of 34 states and actually added more total residents than nine states, including Maine, Kansas, Alaska, Wyoming and New Mexico. Delaware's total population ranks it as the 45th most populous state, ahead of: Alaska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming.
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Dear randall -- It's hard to believe it was ten years ago tonight. On this day a decade ago -- January 19, 2004 -- I gave one of the most famous speeches in the history of American politics. Or perhaps "infamous" would be more accurate. I'm guessing you might remember the climactic moment of that night, as I enthusiastically rallied my presidential campaign supporters in the aftermath of a disappointing finish in the Iowa Caucus: Not only are we going to New Hampshire, Tom Harkin, we're going to South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico! And we're Going To California and Texas and New York! And we're going to South Dakota and Oregon and Washington and Michigan, and then we're going to Washington, D.C., to take back the White House! YEEEAAARGGGH!!! While the "Dean Scream" became fodder for late night comedians, including a hilarious version by Dave Chappelle I still laugh about, I also feel very proud of the state-by-state preamble to my unforgettable rallying cry. Because, wh ...
"Theodore Roosevelt, the noted conservation president, had an impact on the national park system extending well beyond his term in office. As chief executive from 1901 to 1909, he signed legislation establishing five National Parks: Crater Lake, Oregon; Wind Cave, South Dakota; Sullys Hill, North Dakota (later redesignated a game preserve); Mesa Verde, Colorado; and Platt, Oklahoma (now part of Chickasaw National Recreation Area). Another Roosevelt enactment had a broader effect, however: the Antiquities Act of June 8, 1906. While not creating a single park itself, the Antiquities Act enabled Roosevelt and his successors to proclaim ãhistoric landmarks, historic or prehistoric structures, and other objects of historic or scientific interestä in federal ownership as national monuments. Roosevelt did not hesitate to take advantage of this new executive authority. By the end of 1906 he had proclaimed four national monuments: Devils Tower, Wyoming, on September 24 and El Morro, New Mexico, Montezuma Castle, ...
Central Region of the US - My official states are: Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Oklahoma, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota & Minnesota - If you are, or know of any ceramic artist in these states, please contact me... I will be holding Fashenhues Seminars throughout these states. If you are a shop, or know of a shop in one of these states, and are interested in one of our Seminars, please contact me.
It's the last day of 2013... this morning I will have the latest on a train derailment in North Dakota, how many years it has been since there has been a day with no deaths on Texas roadways, and the battle continues when it comes to allowing horse slaughtering in New Mexico. Plus in sports, highlights from Texas and Texas Tech's bowl games. See ya on The Early Show! - Heather Geller NewsChannel 10
Greetings members of the Equestrian Society. And now we go all the way to New Mexico in the USA. Lets talk a little about some news going on over there. With up to 75,000 wild FREE ROAMING HORSES in the territory of the Navajo Nation, elders and their community officials are starting to crack down *** these beautiful creatures of Mother Nature in a way that seems to be causing a great distress and disturbance among the animals and within the members of their own families, as well as from people elsewhere in our world. The tribes say they need to figure out an efficient way of reducing the horse population and want to do it as quickly as possible. They have been trying to deal with this situation for a while now and feel that they have let it get out of hand since the horses deplete the Navajos of $200,000 a year by damaging their property & ranges, on which other animals also depend which was stated recently by their president Ben Shelly. Their territory in New Mexico is affected also from years of dr ...
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Did you know that most tumbleweeds get their start from dried-out Russian thistle, which was brought to the U.S. in the late 1800s as a contaminant of North Dakota flax seed. An iconic symbol of the American West came from Russia, with flax. This weed can make for a poor man's Christmas tree, or even a snowman, as has become tradition in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Ok friends...I need some help. I need a volunteer. I need someone who can go on a cross country plane ride to North Dakota with my brother to pick up a truck and our mother and help drive it back to New Mexico. December 7th-10th...trip is already paid for.
Amazes me that even some state "leaders" will put principles aside to get their hands into our tax paying pockets! Makes me SICK! Nearly half of all of the newly insured under Obamacare would be dumped into Medicaid, where they’d receive subpar care at taxpayer expense. So far, eight Republican Governors, including Christie, have decided to embrace Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion in their states: Rick Scott of Florida; John Kasich of Ohio; Rick Snyder of Michigan; Jan Brewer of Arizona; Brian Sandoval of Nevada; Susana Martinez of New Mexico; and Jack Dalrymple of North Dakota. It remains to be seen whether any of them will be stopped by their state legislatures. The decisions of these eight GOP governors beg two questions: What good does it do to have Republican Governors if the Federal Government can buy them off nearly as easily as it can buy off Democratic governors? And is the Republican Party against Obamacare, or not? More optimistically, however, 14 GOP governors have held the line, rejecti ...
Google ADS: 16th Amendment not Ratified In his declaration Knox claims the following States properly ratified the 16th: Alabama,Kentucky, South Carolina, Illinois, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Maryland, Georgia, Texas, Ohio, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, California, Montana, Indiana, Nevada, North Carolina, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, North Dakota, Michigan, Iowa, Missouri, Mane, Tennessee, Arkansas, Wisconsin, New York, South Dakota, Arizona, Minnesota, Louisiana, Delaware, and Wyoming. Knox claimed that it appeared that New Jersey and New Mexico had approved the 16th. NOTE Knox, claimed that he had official documents on file for all of these States, however, clearly there were no documents for Minnesota. Again, the incorporation of the terms of the proposed amendment in the ratifying resolution seems in every case merely to have been by way or recitation. Furthermore, under the provisions of the Constitution a legislature is not authorized to alter in any way the amendment proposed by Congress, the function of t ...
80" Plasma, Bloody Mary's, Bottomless Mimosa's, Beer, and 30+ games all at the City Hall Tavern! Come in and make yourself at home and let Samantha take care of you! COLLEGE FOOTBALL: 9AM- Albany at Delaware Eastern Michigan at Army Indiana at Michigan State Iowa State at Texas Tech Kansas at TCU Lehigh at Columbia Memphis at Houston Missouri at Georgia Nebraska at Purdue Oklahoma vs. Texas Pittsburgh at Virginia Tech South Carolina at Arkansas South Florida at Connecticut 12:30PM- Baylor at Kansas State Boston College at Clemson Eastern Washington at North Dakota Florida at LSU New Mexico at Wyoming Northwestern at Wisconsin Richmond at James Madison San Jose State at Colorado State Syracuse at North Carolina State Virginia at Maryland 12:30PM- Oregon at Washington 2PM- Marshall at Florida Atlantic Michigan at Penn State Exhibition: Bulls vs. Wizards 4PM- Alabama at Kentucky Georgia Tech at BYU Villanova at Towson New York vs. Carolina 4:30PM- Bowling Green at Mississippi State Illinois State at Youngsto ...
As a result of my last vacation, I realized that I have visited 40 out of the 50 states. Never had visiting all 50 states on my bucket list, but think I will add. Now just need to find an excuse to visit Kansas, Oklahoma, North Dakota, New Mexico, Arkansas, Alabama, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. A few should be real easy as there are some National Parks that I want to visit in a few of these states (specifically Acadia in Maine and Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico). Suggestions?
Since, I missed it yesterday, two hunger facts today: 1. New Mexico ranks in childhood hunger with 30.6% of children food insecure. North Dakota ranks 51# at 10.2%. And for those of you who are wondering, Virginia came in 48th place at 16.5%. (Based on 2011 data, most recent available. Source: 2. Haiku by local NM poet Carlos Contreras: "I never worried about what was for dinner. realize, I'm lucky"
So my son will be heading to Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico! As a first base assignment, I would be perfectly fine with this one. He says he's happy with it - especially when some of his buddies are going to North Dakota and Nebraska. Airman Jameson Kelly, your mom will be visiting!
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Hello all: This is a Call for Nominations for the following positions. We need your help in filling these positions. Please reach out to your membership. Perhaps board members that just rotated off your Exec Board. Maybe a quality candidate who ran for a position, but there were other qualified candidates. We can't do this without you! The higher quality of candidates we have, the better we can serve you. -Director of Marketing (formerly Director of Public Relations, will be in charge of the Marketing Committee and additional duties listed below) -Director of Collegiate Affairs -Great Plains Regional Vice Chair (must reside in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma or Texas) In order to be nominated for a position on the NALFO Executive Board: -Candidates must have graduated from an accredited four-year institution and have alumni status for at least two years. -NALFO Board members should not hold national governance positions within their respective ...
In memory of John Masefield, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Griffith, and Cleavon Little. Past June 1s: 1494: First written record of Scotch Whiskey appears in Exchequer Rolls of Scotland; Friar John Cor is the distiller. 1792: Kentucky becomes 15th state. 1796: Tennessee becomes 16th state. 1831: James Clark Ross discovers magnetic north pole. 1868: Treaty of Bosque Redondo is signed allowing the Navajos to return to their lands in Arizona and New Mexico, includes establishment of a reservation. 1908: John Krohn begins walk around perimeter of US with a wheelbarrow, which takes 357 days. He walks 9,024 miles. The long days on the road wear out 11 pairs of shoes, 112 pairs of socks, and 5 wheels for the wheelbarrow. 1934: Congress establishes legal definition of “Indian.” 1938: The first issue of Action Comics is published. In its pages is the world’s first super hero, Superman. 1977: Native American activist Leonard Peltier is sentenced in Fargo, North Dakota, to two consecutive life terms for the killing of ...
I'm really wishin I lived in Canada (Family (Julie, Kim, Lorey, Gertrude, Sean, etc), better skiing, scenic, nice people)... or Colorado (friends/mountains), or Utah (scenic), or Montana (scenic), or Nevada (Vegas), or Virginia (Redneck), or Vermont (Skiing), or New Hampshire (scenic/skiing), or New Mexico (awesomeness), or California (i don't know why), or Arizona (weather), or Maryland (friends), or North Carolina (Hurricanes/cheap housing), or Tennessee (country music), or Oklahoma (tornadoes), or Texas (weather), or Louisiana (hurricanes), or Florida (weather), or Oregon (scenic), or Washington (scenic), or Alaska (weather/skiing), or New York State (not city... skiing), or Maine (Mountains), or Massachusetts (idk why), or Connecticut (cuz's), or Rhode Island (its so small, I feel bad for it), or North Dakota (weather), or Michigan (Great Lakes), or Idaho (potatoes/horses), or Kansas (tornadoes), or Nebraska (tornadoes), or Iowa (flat), or Indiana (weather/ Racing), or Kentucky (legitimate friends Mo ...
If your worried that "you've never heard of Nerium" feel special and jump on the gravy train!󾍇 And if your seriously concerned don't be! Nerium is in; Alaska, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana, New York, Missouri, Cali, Maine, Colorado, South Carolina, georgia, Utah, Arkansas, New Mexico, Guam, Hawaii, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Texas, Las Vegas, Oklahoma, Ohio,South Carolina, Rhode Island, Washington, Tennessee, Nebraska, North Dakota, Michigan, Montana, and I'm sure I'm forgetting somewhere! Will be National before long. RealResults! Nerium International! Don't be left out. 󾍇
PAN has secured PAN Van-1 and we will be doing the renovations and repairs over the summer here in Seattle. Our projected departure date is the end of August (somewhere after Hempfest). We’ll then go into the Southwestern parts of the U.S. and begin the “Southwestern Adventure” Docu/Trip. This will take us down the coastal highways of Oregon and California we’ll then go into Arizona, New Mexico, coming into northern Texas in late winter. Then working our way northward through, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and Idaho, arriving in Montana and Wyoming in early spring. PAN will then begin the “Driftless Journeys” Docu/Trip which will begin at the headwaters of the Mississippi River in Minnesota and include stops at the various mounds and other points of interest to PAN within and around the Driftless Region of the Central United States. These will include trips through North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota by the first day of spring. Then into Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, N ...
Want to wish my loved ones a Beary Happy Friday and an even Beary Happier weekend where ever you may be, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Oklahoma, Washington, Arizona, New Mexico, and North Dakota. Forgive me if I missed anyone. I still love ya.
When I hear New Mexico, South/North Dakota, Oklahoma, Maine, Delaware, Alaska, Idaho, Nebraska . I dont blive black people live there lol
I know we have some family and friends out of state who might be able to help. Copied from Hope McNew's status: Please help if you can. My friend's ( Pam Marder Gutman) son, Jared, is in first grade in New Jersey. His class is learning about the 50 states and they are trying to get a postcard from every state. They still need postcards from the following states: Iowa, Indiana, Tennessee, Washington, DC, Alabama, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Utah, New Mexico, Wyoming, Louisiana, South Dakota, Colorado, Arkansas, Rhode Island, North Dakota, Montana. If you can help out, please send a postcard to Jared and his class at: Mrs. Garrett's Class Wayside School 733 Bowne Rd Ocean, NJ 07712. Thanks so much!!!
CCWAA13 is only 13 states away from hitting our goal of ALL 50 states, if you live in: Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, New Mexico, North Dakota, New Hampshire, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont or Wyoming and think your up to the challenge of putting your state on the CCWAA map, contact Melissa Neff for more information. mneff
Shared from our friends at Vision for Equality: Could Pennsylvania Become an Island of the Uninsured? Map Created by Center on Budget and Policy Priorities New Jersey joined most of Pennsylvania's neighboring states this week with Governor Chris Christie's announcement that the federal opportunity to expand Medicaid health coverage is too good to pass up. In his budget address, Governor Christie said: "Accepting these federal resources will provide health insurance to tens of thousands of low-income New Jerseyans, help keep our hospitals financially healthy and actually save money for New Jersey taxpayers." More than half the states are now planning to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. Governor Christie became the eighth Republican Governor to join that group, following his counterparts in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota and Ohio. Learn more about the Medicaid expansion. Pennsylvania could become an island of the uninsured as most of our neighboring states embrace ...
Well, well, well...another one jumps aboard the Obamacare train...choo, choo... Christie Will Accept Medicaid Expansion New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) will expand the state's Medicaid program to cover 300,000 uninsured residents, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Christie joins Republican Governors from Ohio, Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, North Dakota, Florida and New Mexico as well as Gov. Lincoln Chaffee of Rhode Island, an Independent, in embracing the larger Medicaid program.
Rick Scott Joins GOP Governors Accepting Medicaid Funding Reaction was swift and strong from both sides on Wednesday to Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s reversal on Obamacare — now saying that he would expand Medicaid coverage to as many as 900,000 more people under the healthcare law. Scott said Wednesday he would ask the Legislature to broaden the program under a bill to sunset in three years. The move allows Florida taxpayers to reap the benefit of full federal funding for the Medicaid expansion during the first three years, without a promise to continue beyond the three years. Scott joined a number of conservative Republican Governors who have ardently opposed Obamacare, but believe it would be wrong to deny their state the benefits of federal funding. Last month Arizona's Gov. Jan Brewer, an Obamacare critic, signed on to the federal Medicaid funding plan, as did Republican Gov. John Kasich of Ohio earlier this month. Republican Governors in Michigan, North Dakota, New Mexico and Nevada have also agreed ...
I have been getting a lot of messages asking about new grad jobs- I can honestly say that if you are in California GOOD LUCK because it looks like you will be looking for a year, possibly longer. I also have noticed there are a lot of opportunities in other states; Texas(there are not as many options as before), New Mexico, Oklahoma, Ohio, North Dakota, South Dakota and Louisiana. If you aren't having luck in your home state, and can relocate, maybe one of these areas would be better for you. In these states there are too many opportunities to list honestly. Just search online! If anyone does know of any specific facilities with opportunities, please post on this thread and maybe it will help someone!!
This Sunday at 3 p.m. @ LU Memorial Chapel - Lawrence University orchestra concert with the Menominee Smokeytown Singers. One of LU's Grammy-nominated Native students, Emmet Yepa, from New Mexico will be singing a traditional hand drum song at the beginning. The artwork in the program was done by a Native American artist from North Dakota. Also on the program is a piece by a noted African American composer. This is a free event and tickets are not required.
Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) and Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN) announced today that they will turn down Obamacare’s optional expansion of the Medicaid program. Six GOP governors — in Arizona, Michigan, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio and Nevada — have expressed support for expanding Medicaid, and the rest still need to decide what they want to do about that particular provision of the health reform law.
Our next load is going to be ready at 10pm central time tonight in Pico Rivera, Ca headed to Minneapolis for 5am Monday morning. We have a blizzard that is running across Wyoming, South and North Dakota and Minnesota this weekend into Monday. We are going to run "The south route" through Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska. We should avoid the storm most of the way back but we still have to race it back. Keep your fingers crossed that we can beat the storm or I could be stuck with an American Idol reject in the snow for several days. (If he takes a sudden liking to show tunes I cannot be held responsible for my own actions)
North Dakota-Oilfield Stands Down For Safety-Other States Participating Feb. 7th, 2013 The MonDak Safety Network, in conjunction with OSHA, is asking area oil companies to participate in a safety stand down, starting Feb. 14. During the stand down, OSHA is asking companies to halt work for an hour or two on every work site to provide safety information to their workers. The stand down will also be happening in the other oil-producing states including Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas. “The goal is improving overall safety and reducing critical incidents in the field,” said MonDak safety network chairman Dustin Austin. Austin said the stand down in North Dakota will include a central meeting that will take place in Minot, where safety presentations will be given by leaders of the big oil producers. The presentations will be simulcast to other meeting centers in Stanley, Williston, Sidney, New Town, Dickinson and possibly Watford City. Austin said there will be interaction between the main meetin ...
If you are in Montana, North Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, Nebraska, New Mexico, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, West Virginia, or Delaware...Phoenix Trading needs YOU! Be the first Phoenix Trader in your state! No monthly minimums or quotas.
(video) Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) announced today that he will expand his state’s Medicaid program to extend health coverage to an estimated 600,000 low-income Ohioans. The governor noted that accepting Obamacare’s optional Medicaid expansion will strengthen Ohio’s safety net for its poorest residents, allow state programs to focus their resources on providing care for the mentally ill, and ultimately save the state $13 million dollars over the next seven years. Ohio is the fifth GOP-led state to indicate support for expanding the Medicaid program, joining Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona, and North Dakota. In a press conference to unveil his budget priorities for this legislative session, Kasich explained that although he “is not a supporter of Obamacare”, he recognizes that expanding Medicaid “makes great sense” for the people in his state: "We’re doing this for a variety of reasons. Number one, many of these people who are below the $14,000 in income — some of the poorest Ohioans — they ge ...
The Louisiana Purchase (French: Vente de la Louisiane "Sale of Louisiana") was the acquisition by the United States of America in 1803 of 828,000 square miles (2,140,000 km2) of France's claim to the territory of Louisiana. The U.S. paid 50 million francs ($11,250,000) plus cancellation of debts worth 18 million francs ($3,750,000), for a total sum of 15 million dollars (less than 3 cents per acre) for the Louisiana territory ($233 million in 2011 dollars, less than 42 cents per acre).[1][2][3] The Louisiana territory encompassed all or part of 15 current U.S. states and two Canadian provinces. The land purchased contained all of present-day Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska; parts of Minnesota that were west of the Mississippi River; most of North Dakota; most of South Dakota; northeastern New Mexico; northern Texas; the portions of Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado east of the Continental Divide; Louisiana west of the Mississippi River, including the city of New Orleans; and small po ...
Thank you for supporting our petition to the President to stop education policies that promote mass school closings around the country (through programs like Race to the Top)We are live on the President's website now, and have signatures from 45 of 50 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D. C. So far, we have collected signatures from people from Arizona,South Carolina, Kansas, Delaware, Puerto Rico, Washington, D.C., Maine,Iowa, Oklahoma, Connecticut, New Mexico, Mississippi, Alaska, Nebraska, Louisiana, New Jersey,Massachusetts, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Tennessee, North Dakota, California, Florida, Georgia, Virginia, West Virginia, Oregon, Washington (state), Texas, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Kentucky, Montana, North Carolina, Michigan, New York, Nevada, Missouri, Ohio, Maryland, Utah, Arkansas, Oregon and Hawaii We also have a signature from South Korea. Since we have gone live, we have been collecting signatures at a rate of 140-150 a day. We need to get 1,400 a day in order to m ...
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I hope everyone enjoyed the holidays! This is a quick list of the states i will be bringing my cartoons in 2013 to: Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Illinois, New Mexico, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, Kansas, and Missouri. If your state is not listed above, there is nothing to worry about. You can always order online at www.netoons.com You will find over 200 designs that can be personalized as you wish. Once again, thank you for your business and let's have a great 2013.
Happy New Year to you ALL! If you need some inspiration or help in 2013 I hope to see you around xo Videos OR albums and step by steps and classes locations on my 2013 schedule Iowa, North Dakota, Alaska, Washington, Illinois, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Pacific Ocean, Hawaii, and international locations to be announced!
Here's what the Continental Conference playoff picture looks like Milwaukee 11-1 New York 9-3 North Dakota/ Oregon 8-4 New Mexico/ Texas 6-5-1 These are the divisional leaders from the Central, East West and South respectively now the teams in the hunt. North Dakota and Oregon seem to struggle in the west. The Rustlers are 6-5-1 and are a questionable wildcard. It looks as though Maine can get a berth, but the new hot team the Terre Haute Natives are 6-6. They play the Texas Stampedes again after a THRILLING overtime victory against them 30 to 24 three weeks ago. Who's to say what happens in this the East division, just like the others. Birmingham in the South. Texas and the Condors struggle for the Southern title, but Birmingham with it's impeccable football rep should not be overlooked. Now, next week's games. Whites 11-1 at the Lava Devils New Mexico travels to New York Montana lock horns with the Walls The Pythons face Indianapolis Iowa takes on Oregon Birmingham travels to Bangor to take on the Thund ...
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — An animal protection group is giving Maine high marks for its laws against cruelty. A report put out by the Animal Legal Defense Fund ranks states on their animal cruelty laws based on how comprehensive they are, and the severity of their penalties for people who are convicted of cruelty. Maine was ranked No. 2, behind Illinois and ahead of California, Michigan and Oregon. Kentucky was judged to have the least-protective animal cruelty laws, behind North Dakota, Iowa, South Dakota and New Mexico. Vermont ranked 20th, and New Hampshire was ranked 27th. The California-based group has been putting out annual reports ranking states on animal cruelty laws for seven years.
Whew...the end of orders is in sight! Just a few more to design and a few more waiting for revisions and then I'll done until after the holidays :) In the past 10 days, I've shipped... -Baby Announcements to France -Wedding Thank Yous to Pennsylvania (x2), Iowa, Vermont, Ontario, California (x4), Illinois (x2), New Mexico, Australia (x3), Indiana, England (x2), North Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota, Alberta (x2), Nova Scotia, Tennessee, Oregon, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Arizona, New Jersey, Wisconsin, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, Missouri & Nebraska (x2) -Save the Dates to North Dakota -Bachelorette Thank Yous to Alberta -Holiday Cards to Iowa (x6), Newfoundland, Illinois, North Dakota & Ohio -Bridal Shower Invitations to Georgia, Maryland & Pennsylvania -Extra Postcards to Newtown, Connecticut Speaking of which, please keep Newtown in your thoughts and prayers as they go through this terrible tragedy. In the words of our President, "Our hearts are broken today—for the parents and grandparen . ...
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Gary Earl Johnson is an American businessman who served as the 29th Governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003, as a member of the Republican Party, and was the Libertarian Party nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election. Born in Minot, North Dakota, Johnson moved with his family...
Native American contribution for the day in honor of Native American Heritage Month! There are 28 states that are named using native words which are the following; Connecticutt, Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, Idaho, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Michigan, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Delaware, Alaska, Massachusetts, Oregon, Wyoming, New Mexico, Kansas, and Nebraska! That's cool :) If I missed one be sure to add it! :)
Today I am grateful for an amazing set of friends, that range all over the globe. California, Nevada, Idaho, Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa, New York, North Carolina, Florida, Missouri, New Mexico, Minnesota, Washington, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Japan, South Korea, Iraq, Kuwait, Germany, Guam, and probably ten more that I cant think of right now. Thank you all.
North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, New Mexico, Texas, Florida & Pennsylvania all got out lawmakers in state gov
A have a new election paradigm to offer the American people: Rather than having a presidential race where candidates campaign, I recommend that we modify our Presidential race into an ACTUAL FOOT RACE. Here it is: Presidents and their respective VP picks will tour the country, one state at a time, together, and partake in a different foot-race competitions. In Nebraska, they run a marathon. In Rhode Island, they sprint 100 meters. In Idaho, they run a potato-sack race. In California, they actually get to pair up with their VP's and run a wheelbarrow race, alternating halfway through which candidate holds the other's legs. And in Delaware, New Mexico, Oregon, North Dakota, and Kentucky, solely the Vice Presidents run. The first candidate pair to win 26 races wins the election. No invasive TV commercials. No attack ads. No signs on front lawns. Just a good old-fashioned foot race. It has been said that a healthy mind fosters a healthy body. Why not expect physical competency from our elected leaders ...
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A spectacular chain of events all started from a simple observation: God does not like to rain on Sunday School picnics! We had just finished a long trek across the desert of California, over the Rockies, up the eastern side of the mountains through New Mexico, Colorado, and Wyoming, then through South Dakota, and across the top part of North Dakota. I had just left an associate pastorate as the minister of youth. My first congregation was in North Dakota 15 miles from the Canadian Border.
According to CNNs voting records not a single state in all of the nation has even 80% of voter turnout. The campaign and election is calculated one by one each sublease vote counts ram a stand do your research and your part as a partisan in the country, the people who benefit most from our government is each of us and if you as a person don't take the stand to vote for what you think is the right choice then what do you do to give back to the country that serves you? Hawaii - 48.8% West Virginia - 49.9% Arkansas - 52.5% Texas - 54.1% Oklahoma - 55.8% Utah - 56% Arizona - 56.7% Tennessee - 57% Nevada - 57% Kentucky - 57.9% South Carolina - 58% New York - 59% Indiana - 59.1% Alabama - 60.8% California - 60.9% New Mexico - 60.9% Mississippi - 61% Louisiana - 61.2% District of Columbia - 61.5% Rhode Island - 61.8% Kansas - 62% Georgia - 62.5% North Dakota - 62.7% Wyoming - 62.8% Nebraska - 62.9% Pennsylvania - 63.6% Illinois - 63.6% Idaho - 63.6% South Dakota - 64.7% North Carolina - 65.5% Delaware - 65.6% Fl ...
The oil industry is pumping crude from the Bakken shale formation in North Dakota at a pace so fast that it is flaring, or burning off, more than one-third of all Natural Gas produced in the state. Thanks to North Dakota gas flaring, theUnited States now leads the world in wasting Natural Gas, theCS...
October 11, 2002, 10 years ago: The U.S. Senate passes a joint resolution, which authorizes the President to use the United States Armed Forces as he deems necessary and appropriate, against Iraq. The vote was 77-22. Of the 22 who voted no: Robert Byrd of West Virginia, Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts and Paul Wellstone of Minnesota have died – Wellstone within days in a plane crash. Bob Graham of Florida, Jim Jeffords of Vermont, and Paul Sarbanes of Maryland have retired. Jon Corzine of New Jersey, Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island and Mark Dayton of Minnesota left the Senate (Chafee was defeated) and were elected Governor of their respective States. Russell Feingold of Wisconsin was defeated for re-election, although not because of this vote. Jeff Bingaman of New Mexico, Kent Conrad of North Dakota, Daniel Akaka of Hawaii have announced their retirements, effective at the end of the year. Dan Inouye of Hawaii, Pat Leahy of Vermont, Carl Levin of Michigan, Barbara Mikulski of Maryland, Barbara Boxer of C ...
Worked the last show of the tour last nght in North Dakota with Southern Soul. Tonight we are on the road Southbound to Georgia.It will be good to see family, I haven't seen in over a year. my mission this trip is to get my bike and ride it back home to Navajo Nation, New Mexico.
A new study found that a person's self-reported happiness matches up with objective measures of state-level happiness. The results are based on an examination of two data sets, one that included personal reports of happiness for 1.3 million Americans and the other that included objective measures, such as how crowded that state is, air quality, home prices and other factors known to impact quality of life. Click here to learn more about the survey and what it means. Here are the 50 U.S. states (and the District of Columbia) in order of their well-being: 1. Louisiana 2. Hawaii 3. Florida 4. Tennessee 5. Arizona 6. Mississippi 7. Montana 8. South Carolina 9. Alabama 10. Maine 11. Alaska 12. North Carolina 13. Wyoming 14. Idaho 15. South Dakota 16. Texas 17. Arkansas 18. Vermont 19. Georgia 20. Oklahoma 21. Colorado 22. Delaware 23. Utah 24. New Mexico 25. North Dakota 26. Minnesota 27. New Hampshire 28. Virginia 29. Wisconsin 30. Oregon 31. Iowa 32. Kansas 33. Nebraska 34. West Virginia 35. Kentucky 36. Was ...
Can you believe Obama's audicity? He is taking the credit for the economic and financial growth in Ohio. Really? Ohio is doing much better than most of the nation because they have a Republican Governor. He has lowered taxes, made the state a good place for all the businesses coming in and improved unemployment. Look also at Wisconsin and Virginia and Alaska and Idaho and Iowa and Kansas and Louisiana and Maine and Nebraska and New Mexico and North Dakota and Oklahoma and Pennsylvania and South Dakota and Texas. What do they all have in common? they have Tea Party Republican governors making the tough decisions. And this is all in spite of the regulations and controls coming out of D.C. Obama. You need to take responsibility for all of the harm you have done and STOP taking credit for the good others have done. What a jerk.
Figured out that I only have 12 more states to visit: Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Maine, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, and Utah. Sounds like I need to plan a road trip out west :)
Just returned from a Great Trip on the Big Horn River. Got in late last night, pack for a trip to the Missouri. Then it's away for a hunting trip until December. North Dakota, South Dakota, New Mexico, Meixco, and who know's where else. Stay tuned.
Democrats Could Keep the Senate By Charlie Cook For Senate Democrats, the 2012 cycle was supposed to be about exposure to the kind of losses that would imperil their majority. Their goal for the cycle was simple: Hang on to control of the chamber by a thread. Just months ago, such an objective seemed like a pipe dream, and for good reason. In truth, Democrats started the cycle with the weakest hand either party has held in many years. They have to defend 23 of the 33 Senate seats being contested. They are faced with seven retirements, two of which are in solidly Republican states. And they face far more vulnerability. The Cook Political Report rates the Democratic open seat in Nebraska as Likely Republican, while six more races are in the Toss-Up column: Sen. Jon Tester’s in Montana, and those for the open seats in Hawaii, New Mexico, North Dakota, Virginia, and Wisconsin. By comparison, Republicans just have open seats in Arizona, Maine, and Texas, plus another created when Sen. Richard Lugar lost the ...
Need a job? Move to Washington, New Mexico, Nevada, Texas, Florida, Arizona or North Dakota to find the most openings.
By DAVID CATANESE | 9/9/12 4:01 PM EDT Even Republicans are saying it: The GOP Senate takeover they all thought was almost a sure thing a year ago now looks like a coin flip at best. POLITICO surveyed more than a dozen top Republican strategists last week to gauge the party’s outlook for the upper chamber coming out of the conventions and into the election home stretch. None called the task impossible, but most said the path to the Senate majority is much narrower than even a few months ago. The diminished mood is a product of unforeseen events — like Maine Sen. Olympia Snowe’s surprise retirement — and underwhelming candidates. North Dakota and Montana, once thought to be fairly easy pickups for Republicans, have remained stubbornly close, thanks to weaker-than-expected GOP contenders and strong Democratic campaigns. Missouri’s been moved out of the sure-win column after Todd Akin’s debacle. And the GOP’s once-high hopes in New Mexico and Hawaii are fading as the party confronts daunting bl ...
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell tells USA Today that he believes Republicans can take control of the U.S. Senate. McConnell said he is optimistic about the party’s chances in states such as Nebraska, North Dakota, Virginia, Florida, Ohio, New Mexico and Wisconsin — as well as “deep-blue” H...
to all my cousins near and far like Illinois, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Washington State, Oregon, Colorado, Michigan, North Dakota or is it South, maybe it's Kansas or Wyoming, New Mexico (that's my god daughter), Texas, Maui, Hilo, Molokai, Kauai and of course Oahu! Love all of you lots!!
Red States Feed at Federal Trough, Blue States Supply the Feed Monday, September 27, 2004 The Tax Foundation has released a fascinating report showing which states benefit from federal tax and spending policies, and which states foot the bill. US 50 States MapThe report shows that of the 32 states (and the District of Columbia) that are "winners" -- receiving more in federal spending than they pay in federal taxes -- 76% are Red States that voted for George Bush in 2000. Indeed, 17 of the 20 (85%) states receiving the most federal spending per dollar of federal taxes paid are Red States. Here are the Top 10 states that feed at the federal trough (with Red States highlighted in bold): States Receiving Most in Federal Spending Per Dollar of Federal Taxes Paid: 1. D.C. ($6.17) 2. North Dakota ($2.03) 3. New Mexico ($1.89) 4. Mississippi ($1.84) 5. Alaska ($1.82) 6. West Virginia ($1.74) 7. Montana ($1.64) 8. Alabama ($1.61) 9. South Dakota ($1.59) 10. Arkansas ($1.53) In contrast, of the 16 states that are " ...
Today is the dedication ceremony for our new Denver facility at 17101 Huron Street, Broomfield, CO. We anticipate being open to the public by the end of September or early October. Broomfield will be home to National Archives public research rooms, program event space, and a Federal Records Center. The 162,000-square-foot building has a storage capacity of 750,000 cubic feet of Federal records. The Broomfield facility stores historical records from more than 100 Federal agencies and courts located in Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. Significant holdings include records from Department of Interior agencies: the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation (the Hoover Dam), and the National Park Service. The facility also includes holdings from the Air Force Academy, the U.S. Mint, and the U.S. Forest Service. About 40 Federal employees and contractors work at Broomfield to serve the research needs of citizens and the records managem ...
Goodbye California, Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and Michigan friends. It was so fun to see you all! Our 7,590.55 driving miles was fun. Now 11,283 miles back to Cambodia! :)
Top 5 states for broken iPhones are: Mississippi, New Mexico, Rhode Island, North Dakota and South Carolina.
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Just got home after seeing Cortne who is planning on going to college at Lonestar in Texas. She looks awesome. Headed up to New Mexico, Colorado then to Nebraska, South Dakatoa, North Dakota and yes finally back to Bemidji. Nice to be home. Helped out some college students stranded in Walsenburg Colorado. Water pump went out(3 from calif, 1 from Michigan going to school in colorado) as we were helping the girls figure out the problem a REAL LIVE cowboy stopped to help out. He had the drawl and cowboy hat boots the whole thing. We named him TEX Great Trip
New Mexico, Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota, and rolling into North Dakota! Texas is here to rock you Fargo!
North Dakota should particpate in a tax free weekend. New Mexico is doing it Aug 3-5.Great back-to-school time!!!
"...the ranks of the uninsured today are equal to the combined populations of Oklahoma, Connecticut, Iowa, Mississippi, Kansas, Kentucky, Arkansas, Utah, Oregon, Nevada, New Mexico, West Virginia, Nebraska, Idaho, Maine, New Hampshire, Hawaii, Rhode Island, Montana, Delaware, North Dakota, South Dakota, Alaska, Vermont and Wyoming." Matt Miller of KCRW's Left Right and Center talking about health insurance.
Something We Should Be Worried About, but Aren't: Water. By Charles P. Pierce at 4:17PM George Burba/America 24-7 via Getty Images BEYOND THE PIPELINE /// Water-pumping Windmills tap into the giant Ogallala Aquifer 50 feet below the surface in Nebraska, where a leading expert says the State Department is "supposed to protect the United States interests and resources, and they haven't done their job." Under the high plains of the midwest, there is a resource called the Ogallala Aquifer, which is a subsystem of a huge underground mega-system called the High Plains Aquifer. It is made of permeable layers of sand, sandstone, and gravel within which are contained billions and billions of gallons of water. The nature of the aquifer geology makes the water easy to pump. The system covers 174,000 square miles beneath eight different states, ranging north-south from North Dakota to Texas, and from Nebraska in the east all the way west to parts of New Mexico. Nebraska depends most vitally on the water found in the ...
if its a girl could you name her after an obscure state? Like maybe New Mexico or North Dakota?
Well it was fun going to New Mexico for work but I missed my beautiful wife and kids. It is very beautiful down there with the mountains and lake but it is really hot. Now i am back here in good old North Dakota with three little girls that r going nuts omg it is so much fun! I don't think I would rather be anywhere else right now. Just waiting for my wife to get home to help me with these three little girls ha ha I know she can not wait. love u Nicole r u ready for a boy yet! Ha ha Wow!
I wanna go on a trip to somewhere people don't take vacations too. Like New Mexico or North Dakota or Maine somewhere totally different
WASHINGTON – The Justice Department’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) announced today that four tribes in Nebraska, New Mexico, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota will be awarded coo...
Round four of Weird State Laws ensures that I will never be moving to North Carolin for fear of being arrested, but may consider Rhode Island for piece of mind. New Mexico: Females may not appear unshaven in public. New York: While riding in an elevator, you must talk to no one, fold your hands, and look toward the door. North Carolina: It’s against the law to sing off-key. North Dakota: It’s illegal to lie down and fall asleep with your shoes on. Ohio: You must honk the horn whenever you pass another car, according to the state’s driver’s education manual. Oklahoma: It’s forbidden to take a bite out of another person’s hamburger. Oregon: State law requires dishes to be drip-dried. Pennsylvania: It’s illegal to sleep on top of a refrigerator outdoors. Rhode Island: You may not bite off another person’s leg. South Carolina: If a man promises to marry an unmarried woman, he is required by law to keep his promise.
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