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South Carolina is a state in the Southeastern United States. New Hampshire is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States of America. 5.0/5

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That's right, Mr. Trump!. Because we're going to New Hampshire, and South Carolina, and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico
because it's cold and rainy in New Hampshire & I miss warm and sunny in South Carolina @ North…
Tonight! Turns out the Ed Sullivan Theater is on the road from New Hampshire to South Carolina.
No Republican candidate has ever won New Hampshire and South Carolina and lost the nomination …
Opinion polls put Mr just as far ahead in South Carolina as he was in New Hampshire, with 36% of the vote. https…
South Carolina is a more populous state than Iowa or New Hampshire. Put differently, the fourth- and fifth-place
Thank you to the people of New Hampshire, I love you! Now, off to South Carolina.
I was thinking about that time Matt Santos lost Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina and still ended up being nominated.
Ted Cruz Will Get Crushed in New Hampshr.Good advice to skip New Hampshire & go to South Carolina via
New Hampshire, and focusing instead on South Carolina. "New Hampshire tends to be a little more liberal state, and
Iowa in the books, New Hampshire next, already looking to South Carolina
Trump retakes lead in Iowa, maintains huge leads in New Hampshire and South Carolina
"The Bern" wins Iowa and New Hampshire, gets scorched in South Carolina and Nevada, then it's crash and burn time
Poll: Trump holds sizable leads in New Hampshire and South Carolina; Cruz ahead in Iowa
Ronald Reagan crushed Bush Sr in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada in the 1980 Republican Primary. . The more you k…
Cruz surges in Iowa and South Carolina; Sanders widens lead over Clinton in New Hampshire
Donald Trump leads in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina: polls
Trump has enjoyed comfortable leads nationally and in the early states of New Hampshire, South Carolina & Nevada
Morning Joe: "If Trump wins in Iowa Get out of the way" because New Hampshire, South Carolina etc... will go Trump. https…
South Carolina, Nevada polls: Clinton ahead - With Hillary Clinton behind in New Hampshire and holding on to a na...
Here's a full list of 99 county chairs in Iowa, 10 in New Hampshire, 46 in South Carolina & 16 in Nevada.
Cruz can now boast a county chair in every county in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada, per
University of New Hampshire or university of South Carolina ? leaning towards New Hampshire
Scott Walker surges to the front of 2016 polls in early primary states Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina
The momentum is building!! South Carolina, Virginia and New Hampshire have pre-filed our COS Application.New Jersey ha…
As long as the current line-up and delegate assigning rules of caucuses and primaries remain roughly as they always have been, the Republican nomination for President will likely be determined from among the winners of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Florida. Early momentum today determines nominees with the nomination being determined early in the cycle and the candidate stopping campaigning to focus on raising money, while in President Reagan's day the primaries and caucuses were set up to groom and determine the best candidate from the party.
PLEASE SHARE!!! 16 more states needed! PLEASE SHARE!!! Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Vermont, Washington DC I have 3 states that are spoken for but can't take them off the list until they are received - Alaska, Hawaii and Washington, DC (I know it's not a state). PLEASE if you know someone (friends, relatives, colleagues) who lives in any of these states could you PLEASE talk to them and see if they will contribute? They don't have to be a quilter - anyone willing to send a couple fat quarters would be most appreciated! I had a woman ask me the other day why I hadn't started making the blocks yet - this is why... I want to use part of EVERY piece of fabric in the state's block that was sent from that state for the block. For example if I were to have made Minnesota's block last week then the 2 people who sent this week would not have their fabric represented. Once I receive all the f ...
It's just a few bad apples they say. Well, here's your list of bad apples from Oct. 1, 2014- Oct. 15, 2014. 75 cases to be exact. Corpus Christi, Texas: The police chief has placed two officers on paid leave as the department looks into allegations excessive force was used during an arrest. County, Tennessee: A federal judge has ruled that police officers and a physician who medically paralyzed a man to conduct a cavity search for drugs are not immune from prosecution. Georgia: A woman may pursue legal action against police and prosecutors after she spent more than a month in jail for possession of SpaghettiOs. ow.ly/CaIz9 Portsmouth, New Hampshire: A police officer accused of exploiting an elderly woman with dementia to inherit her $2.7 million estate is scheduled to be deposed. Oklahoma: A now-former police officer has been charged with four felonies after he allegedly had sexual contact with a 15-year-old girl. Charges against him include one count of second-degree rape. South Carolina: A now-former po ...
California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington state and Wisconsin, plus the District of Columbia are all at the Party. Alaska, Arizona, Kansas, North Carolina, Montana, South Carolina, West Virginia and Wyoming are on either on their way or parking the car.
Can you help us out? We would love to see Ms. Galloway on roller skates for an entire day!!! We still need pledges from the following states: Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Mississippi, Kentucky, South Carolina, West Virginia, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Delaware, Vermont, Rhode Island, Maine, Alaska and Hawaii.
And then I'll become governor of New Hampshire, and then South Carolina, and then Oregon, and then yeeeooowww!
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I'm so.usa, I grew up all over the country. ...kindergarten in Vermont, 1st- 3rd in Nebraska, 3rd in Wisconsin& south Carolina ( Lydia mills, and Irmo) 4th in varnville and Manning, 4th- 8th in Manning, 8 - 11th in Columbia(l.r.) 11th- 12th in Ohio (Crestline) graduated then New Hampshire, then South Carolina, back to New Hampshire, Maryland, and the Back to South Carolina. Oh yeah b4 Kindergarten. It was South Carolina - Chicago to Colorado, and Back to South Carolina. GO USA
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ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION Full Text To all to whom these Presents shall come, we the undersigned Delegates of the States affixed to our Names send greeting. Articles of Confederation and perpetual Union between the states of New Hampshire, Massachusetts-bay Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. I. The Stile of this Confederacy shall be "The United States of America". II. Each state retains its sovereignty, freedom, and independence, and every power, jurisdiction, and right, which is not by this Confederation expressly delegated to the United States, in Congress assembled. III. The said States hereby severally enter into a firm league of friendship with each other, for their common defense, the security of their liberties, and their mutual and general welfare, binding themselves to assist each other, against all force offered to, or attacks made upon them, or any of them, on account ...
Not only are we going to New Hampshire... we're going to South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and…
Morning FBoogers.Happy 4th. Today we celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence. In 1776 the 13 Continental Colonies now known as the United States, severed its political ties with Great Britain. The original Thirteen Colonies were Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Virginia.The west was won later.lmao Lots of ppl think today is about fireworks and bbq's.Ugh nah! lol IJS enjoy your day!
HE WORK ETHIC WE INHERITED GROWING UP HAS FALLEN PREY TO THE 'WELFARE' SYSTEM... The Cato Institute released an updated 2013 study (original study in 1955) showing that welfare benefits pay more than a minimum wage job in 33 states and the District of Columbia. Even worse, welfare pays more than $15 per hour in 13 states. According to the study, welfare benefits have increased faster than minimum wage. It's now more profitable to sit at home than it is to earn an honest day's pay. Hawaii is the biggest offender, where welfare recipients earn $29.13 per hour, or a $60,590 yearly salary, all for doing nothing. Here is the list of the states where the pre-tax equivalent "salary" that welfare recipients receive is higher than having a job: 1. Hawaii: $60,590 2. District of Columbia: $50,820 3. Massachusetts: $50,540 4. Connecticut: $44,370 5. New York: $43,700 6. New Jersey: $43,450 7. Rhode Island: $43,330 8. Vermont: $42,350 9. New Hampshire: $39,750 10. Maryland: $38,160 11. California: $37,160 12. Oregon: ...
You know, the Lord always knows how to make you feel better. I was just about to start crying when the children started naming the Thirteen Colonies. One after another, they said, "South Carolina, New Hampshire, Georgia, etc..." Until they reached my child. "Name one of the 13 colonies Skylar." She walked up to Mic and said "North Charleston." You really need to think about who you mix your DNA with when having children! Lol, this is totally that SCOTT behavior!!
Rand Paul 2016; SOONER THE BETTER! Report: GOP Gives Rand Paul Head Start in Early 2016 Primaries Wednesday, 14 May 2014 By Drew MacKenzie The Republican National Committee has opened a pathway to the presidential nomination for Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul with a primary schedule that favors the potential libertarian-leaning tea party candidate. The Daily Beast says that the committee’s format calling for Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada to hold their primaries first gives Paul a "huge advantage" over rivals like former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Paul’s father, former Rep. Ron Paul, laid the groundwork for his son while campaigning over the years as a Libertarian to become president, and "those same ties" give Paul a vital head start in three of the early primary states. "If the senator were to win or even put together a decent showing there, Republicans say he may have momentum that is impossible to slow," said the Beast’s David Freelander. "No Republican has won Io ...
Fun fact: The state that is the most common listed birth place of U.S. presidents is Virginia with eight. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachery Taylor, and Woodrow Wilson were all born in Virginia. Ohio is second with seven, then Massachusetts and New York with four each and North Carolina, Texas, and Vermont with two a piece. Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina all have one each.
Hi everyone. My husband and I have been talking about making the move to New Hampshire from South Carolina for a little over a year now, and are planning to make it a reality this Summer. A big source of my stress is housing. Since we live so far away, I really don't have a good idea of what would be considered a good, safe area while still being affordable for us. Our limit is $925/month (rental), though lower would be awesome :) We really like Keene or Nashua, but are willing to look at other areas too in southern NH. I've been scouring Craigslist, and the only city I've seen so far with places in our price range is Manchester. We also have three children, which is why safety is a major factor for us. So if anyone has any info on family-friendly, affordable areas, areas to avoid, or any info that can help me in my search, then it would be greatly appreciated. Having never moved a long distance, it's a bit overwhelming..lol. But we've had our hearts set on New Hampshire for awhile, especially after visit ...
Shared in Massachusetts, Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, South Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Texas. prayers coming from all.
1861 The Civil War begins at Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina. 1934 The strongest wind gust on record, 231 miles per hour, hits Mount Washington, New Hampshire. 1945 Franklin D. Roosevelt dies of a cerebral hemorrhage in Warm Springs, Georgia. 1981 The first manned space shuttle flight begins as Columbia blasts off from Cape Canaveral, Florida. 2009 The U.S. Navy rescues Captain Richard Phillips after Somali pirates seize the cargo ship Maersk Alabama off the coast of Somalia. Amazing how history is so ironic.
Come to Iowa , South Carolina , and New Hampshire . Take America back from the 3 Families . We want
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"!)
​After stinging losses in New Hampshire and South Carolina, Rick Santorum came to Florida this weekend hoping to reboot his...
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So, my ten positive things for today: 1. My morning class was canceled. 2. Middle Eastern wars discussion was a lot of fun today. 3. I got home for Spring Break. 4. The time I'm spending right now with my sister. 5. South Carolina is trying decriminalize hemp. 6. New Hampshire is doing the same. 7. Idaho is trying to nullify federal gun laws. 8. The state of Kentucky is trying to pass legislation so Rand Paul can run for senate and President! 9. MikeJ released a new video. 10. My brother won a game of bowling against his friends.
February 24th: Ernest Everett Just and Mae C. Jemison Ernest Everett Just was an African-American biologist and educator who pioneered many areas on the physiology of development, including fertilization, experimental parthenogenesis, hydration, cell division, dehydration in living cells and ultraviolet carcinogenic radiation effects on cells. Just's legacy of accomplishments followed him long after his death. Ernest Everett Just was born on August 14, 1883, in Charleston, South Carolina, to Charles Frazier and Mary Matthews Just. Known as an intelligent and inquisitive student, Just studied at Kimball Hall Academy in New Hampshire before enrolling at Dartmouth College. It was during his university years that Just discovered an interest in biology after reading a paper on fertilization and egg development. This bright young man earned the highest grades in Greek during his freshman year, and was selected as a Rufus Choate scholar for two years. He graduated as the sole magna *** laude student in 1907, als ...
Black History Spotlight Ernest Everett Just ( August 14,1883- October 27, 1941 Ernest Just was interested in science as a child. Just like most Black children in the south, he was not able to attend the best schools. Still, his mother wanted him to have the best education. He heard about an outstanding high school, Kimball Academy in Meridien New Hampshire, miles from his home in South Carolina. His mother wrote a letter to the school applying for a scholarship. He wanted to attend so badly that he sailed to New York, paying his fare by working on the ship. When Ernest arrived at Kimball Academy, he found out he had won the scholarship. He graduated three years later at the top of his class. He received a scholarship to Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Here, he studied biology intensely, and was excited to learn about sea animals. He graduated with honors in 1907. Afterwards, he looked for a job as a research biologist, but was not offered one because he was black. He began teaching at Howard Universit ...
Copied from Yahoo News--notice who's tied for 6th in the least religious category (last one in the list). That says a LOT about where our country is today, huh? (For the record, I do realize that being "religious" isn't the final goal, but it does say something about our true spiritual temperature. Being religious for purposes of this poll was defined as religion having importance for daily life and regularly attending religious services.) Top 10 most religious states Mississippi: 61 percent are very religious Utah: 60 percent Alabama: 57 percent Louisiana: 56 percent South Carolina: 54 percent Tennessee: 54 percent Georgia: 52 percent Arkansas: 51 percent North Carolina: 50 percent Oklahoma: 49 percent Kentucky: 49 percent Top 10 least religious states Vermont: 22 percent are very religious New Hampshire: 24 percent Maine: 24 percent Massachusetts: 28 percent Oregon: 31 percent Nevada: 32 percent Washington: 32 percent Connecticut: 32 percent Hawaii: 32 percent District of Columbia: 32 percent
FROM RNC NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN (GA) RANDY EVANS AND RNC NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN (GA) LINDA HERREN: The 2014 RNC Winter Meeting effectively kicked off the 2016 Presidential Nomination process with some important decisions. First, the four RNC Regions met to elect their representatives for the 2016 National Convention Site Selection Committee. Linda Herren from Georgia and two others were elected to represent the 42 member Southern region on this committee. This committee will visit and evaluate the various cities that have put in bids. They will make a recommendation to the entire RNC membership for a vote. Second, the full RNC adopted a complete rules package, which governs the 2016 Presidential nomination process. In effect, the rules package moves back the beginning, moves up the end, and shortens or slows the cooling off period in the middle. Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada will remain the first four states to select delegates to the 2016 GOP National Convention. With the adoption of ...
Saturday, January 18, 2014 American Minute One of the five greatest Senators in U.S. history, New Hampshire placed his statue in the U.S. Capitol's Statuary Hall. His career spanned almost four decades, serving as Secretary of State for Presidents William Harrison, John Tyler and Millard Fillmore. His name was Daniel Webster, born JANUARY 18, 1782. From a New Hampshire farm, Daniel Webster attended Dartmouth College and became the highest paid attorney of his day. He fought the slave trade, negotiated the Webster-Ashburton Treaty, setting the country's Northeast boundary, and when South Carolina threatened nullification, Webster stated: "Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable!" Addressing the New York Historical Society, 1852, Daniel Webster stated: "If we and our posterity..live always in the fear of God and shall respect His Commandments...we may have the highest hopes of the future fortunes of our country." Daniel Webster continued: "But if we...neglect religious instruction and author ...
Four of the Snhu Penmen Guides recently had the opportunity to attend the CIVSA 2014 Student Conference at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina!! Such great input and new ideas coming back to New Hampshire! :)
Jerald Rowlett Ok members to the left. Help me on this one please. How is requiring a SS # punishing American children? I had to get them for mine to claim them. Just what is wrong with this offset that will get the UI extension passed? - A group of Senate Republicans held a news conference to call for a vote on an amendment proposed by Ayotte of New Hampshire. It would require people who seek certain refundable child tax credits to have Social Security numbers. The measure is aimed at combating fraud and stopping undocumented immigrants from collecting the credits. Republicans at the event said adoption of the amendment would gain their support for extending jobless benefits. “I will vote for the extension if you will pay for it,” said Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. Reid shot down the proposal, saying Congress shouldn’t “punish American children” to pay for the benefits.
7 Facts about Roy and I's Relationship. Here we go: 1. Roy and I first met at a club in Tysons Corner. Our friends hooked us up that night. 2. Roy proposed to me in Atlantic City at the Finn Restaurant. 3. Our first cruise together was for our honeymoon. 4. Roy and I got married in Oct of 2011 at Rock Hill Plantation House. We had an outdoor ceremony. 5. Roy and I have been to the following places: New York, Mass, New Hampshire, Vermont, New Jersey, South Carolina, Chicago, Virginia Beach, St.Thomas, St.Martin, and Bahamas. 6. Our first plane ride together was to Florida so we could board the cruise boat for our honeymoon. 7. Since being together, we've spent 1 week apart that was totally out of our control. I was stuck in Felicity, Ohio due to a major snow storm that came through the DC area. Like my status and you will get a number!
In the US TODAY the legal marriage age is 13(South Carolina&New Hampshire) New York 14.
CHRISTIE ADDRESSES OBAMACARE, POTENTIAL 2016 RUN IN WASHINGTON SPEECH Governor Christie boasted about his battles with teachers unions and slammed President Obama’s leadership Monday, but he also criticized the political world for treating Obama as a lame duck because it limits his effectiveness as an executive. Appearing at the opening dinner of the Wall Street Journal CEO Council in Washington, Christie again said he didn’t know if he would run for president or when he would decide. Still, he faced questions about what Republicans needed to change to win, and how he would choose his Cabinet. Christie said he expected his work as chairman of the Republican Governors Association during the coming year would take him to Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, which have critical early primaries and caucuses, and to Florida, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania, which are swing states. Recently reelected with 61 percent of the vote, Christie said his biggest accomplishment in his first term was taking on th ...
Being in South Carolina, every time I see snow on the news I assume it's in New Hampshire...
CHRIS MATTHEWS: The winner will be Rand Paul. JOHN McLAUGHLIN: Is that it? MATTHEWS: That's my entire thought. Rand Paul will win the whole thing because he can win Iowa, New Hampshire, he can win South Carolina, and he's the only candidate you listed there that can win all three. McLAUGHLIN: What d...
Here's what I think will happen: Hillary Clinton literally just received 16 endorsements today from all Democratic US Senators who are women, including Elizabeth Warren. Hillary also got the endorsement of Senator Chuck Schumer this week in Iowa. Let's fast forward to 2014: It's the midterms, the Clinton's are out in full force campaigning for Democrats in all 50 states, especially battleground states, including Wendy Davis of Texas. But SURPRISE! Chelsea Clinton announces in the Spring she's running for Congress in NY. There's a seat that will be open next year ironically. It's current incumbent plans to retire; she's 74 years old. The Clinton's are everywhere, Florida, Iowa, New Hampshire, Texas, South Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania. EVERYWHERE! Democrats take back the House and retain the Super majority in the US Senate in 2014. Also, Chelsea Clinton is elected Congresswoman from New York. January 2015: Hillary Clinton announces she's running for President. Hillary wins the nomination hands down with onl ...
WHAT A GREAT DAY to be a Demmy! The not-tea-party guy is about to become the next governor of Virginia. Fantastic! He wasn't even the most not-tea-party guy who could have run, either. Kind of a so-so not-tea-party guy, at best. I forget his name. He has some good positions on the issues, but I can't remember any of them, except that position of his on the tea party, which is not. My prediction is that Chris Christie will be the nominee for the Pubbies in 2016. Cruz, Paul and about fourteen other tea party guys are going to divide up the wing nuts in Iowa, while Christie places first. Then he'll sweep through New Hampshire. The Tea Partyers will complain that the five Tea Partyers still running combine to beat Christie in New Hampshire, but by the time South Carolina is ready to vote, Christie will be a close third place to neck-and-neck numbers one and two Cruz/Paul. Not winning in the South to Tea Partyers is not a formidable obstacle to nomination. If the Pubbies took the South in the general ...
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You ever wonder why, whenever you go somewhere outside of New Jersey, there is always someone from New Jersey? Here are some stats that might tell you why: If you took the States of North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Nebraska and Alaska and added their populations together, it still wouldn’t equal the population of New Jersey. By population, New Jersey is a larger state than Virginia, Washington, Massachusetts, Arizona, Indiana, Tennessee, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Colorado, Alabama, South Carolina, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oregon, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Iowa, Mississippi, Arkansas, Kansas, Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, Nebraska, West Virginia, Idaho, Hawaii, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Montana, Delaware, South Dakota, Alaska, North Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming. New Jersey is the 5th smallest state in the union by territory, but the 11th largest state by population. So it makes sense now that wherever you go, there is always someone from New Jersey.
__Who is on the Budget Negotiation Conference Committee? Paul Ryan, WI, Tom Cole, OK, Tom Price, GA and Diane Black TN, (both teaparty) and Democrats James Clyburn of South Carolina, Chris Van Hollen of Maryland and Nita Lowey of New York. Democrats are Sen. Patty Murray, WA, Ron Wyden of Oregon, Bill Nelson of Florida, Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island, Mark Warner of Virginia, Jeff Merkley of Oregon, Chris *** of Delaware, Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, Tim Kaine of Virginia, Angus King of Maine and Bernie Sanders, Independent of Vermont who caucuses with the Democrats. Senate Republicans include Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Charles Grassley of Iowa, Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Mike Crapo of Idaho, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Rob Portman of Ohio, Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire and Roger Wicker of Mississippi. Some are also on the Congressional tax-writing committees. Conferees who are on Senate Finance are Wyden, Nelson, Stab . ...
« Breaking News » Three US senators push for more sanctions on Iran DEBKAfile October 19, 2013, 8:09 AM (GMT+02:00) The three Republican senators called Saturday for increased sanctions against Iran despite administration objections. Sen. Mark Kirk of Illinois, a junior member of the Senate banking committee, released a statement together with Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire responding to a report in Friday's New York Times that the Obama administration is considering easing sanctions on Iran by releasing Iran's frozen overseas cash. They said, “The end of talks in Geneva this week with no change in Iranian behavior means the US should not suspend new sanctions, nor consider releasing limited frozen assets” before “Tehran suspends its nuclear enrichment activities. "Now is a time to strengthen--not weaken--U.S. and international sanctions," the senators said. The White House National Security Council spokesman responded: “Discussion of specific types of s ...
welcome to all the new LIKE/MEMBERS the past few days all orders have been shipped and you should check your email for tracking numbers. Once again thanks for all the support we grow larger and larger every day and the Zombies will not stand a chance!! for the new USZORT followers welcome I hope you enjoy our FB page and to learn more about us you can go to USZORT.com ROLLCALL U.S. Zombie Outbreak Response Team State Units ( the number in front of your state is now state UNIT 1 Delaware 2 Pennsylvania 3 New York 4 Georgia 5 Connecticut 6 Massachusetts 7 Maryland 8 South Carolina 9 New Hampshire 10 Virginia 11 New Jersey 12 North Carolina 13 Rhode Island 14 Vermont 15 Kentucky 16 Tennessee 17 Ohio 18 Louisiana 19 Indiana 20 Mississippi 21 Illinois 22 Alabama 23 Maine 24 Missouri 25 Arkansas 26 Michigan 27 Florida 28 Texas 29 Iowa 30 Wisconsin 31 California 32 Minnesota 33 Oregon 34 Kansas 35 West Virginia 36 Nevada 37 Nebraska 38 Colorado 39 North Dakota 40 South Dakota 41 Montana 42 Washington 43 Idaho 44 ...
September 17, 1787 is the signing day of The U. S. Constitution in Philadelphia, Pa. by 39 delegates. As dictated by Article VII, the document would NOT become binding until it was ratified by nine of the thirteen states. Beginning on December 7, five states -- Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia and Connecticut -- ratified it in quick succession. However, other states, especially Massachusetts, opposed the document, as it failed to reserve delegated powers to the states and lacked constitutional protection of basic rights, such as freedom of speech, religion, and the press. BUT THE FOUNDERS AGREE TO BALANCE AND COMPROMISE : GETTING THE NINE, AND EVENTUALLY THIRTEEN STATES In February 1788, a compromise was reached under which Massachusetts and other states would agree to ratify the document with the assurance that amendments would be immediately proposed. The Constitution was thus narrowly ratified in Massachusetts, followed by Maryland and South Carolina. On June 21, 1788, New Hampshire ...
Unbelievable vacation. 3,099 miles, 15 states (Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, D.C., Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, and Pennsylvania) and over 60 hours of driving without incident. A week with no alarm clocks, no deadlines, and nowhere to be, just show up somewhere. And I showed up in many places. Nothing like it...God is great! Time to work and recoup that money! Lol :-)
Members of Congress affix their signatures to an enlarged copy of the Declaration of Independence. Fifty-six congressional delegates in total signed the document, including some who were not present at the vote approving the declaration. The delegates signed by state from North to South, beginning with Josiah Bartlett of New Hampshire and ending with George Walton of Georgia. John Dickinson of Pennsylvania and James Duane, Robert Livingston and John Jay of New York refused to sign. Carter Braxton of Virginia; Robert Morris of Pennsylvania; George Reed of Delaware; and Edward Rutledge of South Carolina opposed the document but signed in order to give the impression of a unanimous Congress. Five delegates were absent: Generals George Washington, John Sullivan, James Clinton and Christopher Gadsden and Virginia Governor Patrick Henry. Exactly one month before the signing of the document, Congress had accepted a resolution put forward by Richard Henry Lee that stated "Resolved: That these United Colonies are, ...
Hannity Tonight -- Tune In. The higher the ratings the more likely they'll have me back when the bill goes to the HOUSE. We have to kill this bill I will be all over these Senators for voting YES on S 744 Here are the 14 Republican senators who voted for the immigration legislation: Lamar Alexander of Tennessee; Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire; Jeff Chiesa of New Jersey; Susan Collins of Maine; Bob Corker of Tennessee; Jeff Flake of Arizona; Lindsey Graham of South Carolina; Orrin Hatch of Utah; Dean Heller of Nevada; John Hoeven of North Dakota Mark Kirk of Illinois; John Mccain of Arizona; Lisa Murkowski of Alaska; Marco Rubio of Florida
The Newport News City Council announced tonight, after a nationwide search, their selection of James M. “Jim” Bourey as City Manager. He will begin his new position on July 16th with an annual salary of $202,000. He is replacing former City Manager Neil Morgan who retired at the end of May. Assistant City Manager Cindy Rohlf has been serving as Interim City Manager since June 1st. Originally from Hanover, New Hampshire, Bourey is currently Director of Corporate Development with Elliot Davis, an accounting/financial services firm in Greenville, South Carolina, and is involved in economic development and business recruitment activities throughout the region. Previously he served in a variety of local government management positions most recently as City Manager of Greenville (2004-2010). Prior to that he held senior management positions in El Dorado County, California, Hennepin County, Minnesota, and Hillsborough County, Florida. Bourey holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Design from North Caro ...
A real mess brewing across the US and Canada currently. As far Northwest as the Canadian Yukon.. south into California.. strong cell storms with a few areas showing damaging winds.. Across the entire USA -- we're seeing the stage set for another severe weather outbreak (much more than we're seeing now 200pm CT). As the storm pulls east from California.. expect the already humid / hot areas in the south to north-midwest to see large hail / tornadoes / damaging winds. East Coast.. from Florida north to Maine.. we're seeing severe thunderstorms / hail / damaging winds. Overall.. states we need to watch from now going over the next 24 hours are: Oregon, Washington state, British Columbia Canada, Alberta Canada, Yukon Canada, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshir ...
This week in History: June 23, 1776: Off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina, British Commodore Sir Peter Parker notifies General Henry Clinton that he will land on the South Carolina mainland the next day on the flood tide, if the wind blows from the south. June 24, 1803: Matthew Thornton, one of New Hampshire's delegates to the Second Continental Congress and an ex post facto signer of the Declaration of Independence, dies at age 89 while visiting his daughter in Newburyport, Massachusetts. June 25, 1745: Future Patriot physician and U.S. Treasurer Thomas Tudor Tucker is born to a prominent family in Port Royal, Bermuda. Dr. Tucker served the Southern Department of the Continental Army as a hospital surgeon and continued in that capacity until 1783. Dr. Tucker was an anti-Federalist who believed that the Constitution had given the central government too much weight when it established the tenuous balance between state and federal authority. However, he served in the United States House of Representa ...
Just a heads up everyone, The Lord is about to put on a show tomorrow for anyone that lives on the East Coast, That includes, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Long Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Maine! A Tropical storm is headed up the eastern seaboard bringing in heavy rains, 2 to 4 inches worth, they call it Tropical storm “ANDREA” and it is about to impact over 150 million people on Friday, Yupp That’s tomorrow, Get ready, it’s gonna storm!!!
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Short News: $12.5K in cash and commitments, a record week. More in work for next week. Long News: I am pleased to share with you a record week this week. Our little grass roots peace effort now has involvement from as far as Texas, Utah, Colorado, Ohio, Michigan, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, New Hampshire, California, and I might be missing a few. A Central Ohio Company committed to one bench. Some friends of mine, who lost their 3 year old child while living here in Central Ohio, also donated a bench in honor of him. Further, this was a record week in flat out donations. $1961 was donated this week at Newtown. This brings our total to $5561 in Newtown collections and a total of 7 benches more committed to by various Ohio entities (schools, businesses, a family, and a Greek Council at OSU). Hence, we are now at 12.5 benches, almost half way there. I canvased my neighborhood making a personal appeal to over 30 houses last week. Those results are not fully reflected here. This project will be fe ...
Section Five of the Voting Rights Act gives the federal government the authority to pre-approve any changes to voting policy or procedure in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia. It also covers certain counties in California, Florida, New York, North Carolina and South Dakota, and some communities in Michigan and New Hampshire.
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We can report some astonishing numbers just for the 10K, never mind the marathon. There are 76 registered in the 10K. They are coming from New Brunswick (14), Ontario and Quebec; plus South Carolina (5), Virginia (3), New Hampshire (3), Texas (2), Louisiana (2), Massachusetts (2), plus Alaska, California, Delaware, Florida, and DC. Those coming from Columbia, South Carolina, are the Rexroad family of five. Wow!
Black HIstory Facts: Henry Minton was born on this date in 1870. He was an African American pharmacist and physician. Henry Minton was from Columbia, South Carolina, the son of Sawyer Theophilus and Jennie McKee Minton. He attended the Academy at Howard University and Phillips Exeter Academy, a college preparatory institution in New Hampshire where he was an athlete, debater and editor. Minton graduated from Phillips Exeter in 1891. Then after briefly attending the University Of Pennsylvania Law School, Minton enrolled in the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and graduated with a degree in pharmaceutical studies in 1895. That same year he joined the staff at Frederick Douglass Hospital as the hospital's first pharmacist. He operated the first black-owned drug store in Philadelphia until 1902 when he enrolled in Jefferson Medical College. He earned an M.D. degree in 1906, as the first African American to graduate from that institution. In 1907 Minton helped found Mercy Hospital (merged into Mercy-Douglass . ...
States Abandon Common Core Standards Ads are provided by Google and are not selected or endorsed by Eagle Forum A majority of states have adopted the Common Core State Standards Initiative for nationally standardized math and English language arts curriculum. But now several states are rethinking their commitment to Common Core and rejecting the idea that education should follow national rather than state standards. The New Hampshire House of Representatives recently passed a bill that would ban all Common Core standards that do not have prior approval from the state legislature. Even the standards that were adopted last summer would have to have to be re-approved. Now the bill is on its way to New Hampshire's Republican controlled Senate. In South Carolina, a bill has been introduced in the Senate that would ban Common Core standards from being adopted or implemented. This bill would make the standards South Carolina adopted last year void. Some states are attempting to ban only certain portions of the s ...
As my first campaign act, I'm calling for all people in all states to please listen for a moment: It has come to my attention that we are one of 36 states holding statewide elections on the same date in 2014. It also comes to me that 33 seats in the Class II senate are being contested that day,as well as ALL 435 seats to the 114th House of Congress. We want change, right? Well here's our chance, not only on the local and regional scale, but the national scale as well. The People Party is looking to recruit like-minded candidates for these positions. The following states are holding statewide elections on November 4, 2014: Alabama, Arizona, Nebraska, Arkansas, Maryland, Illinois, Hawaii, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York, Minnesota, California, Nevada, Kansas, Iowa, Maine, Idaho, Georgia, Alaska, Ohio, Massachusetts, Florida, New Mexico, Michigan, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Colorado, South Carolina, Vermont, Connecticut, Wyoming, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Texas, and South Dakota. Please message this p ...
January 2012 in the Republican Primaries On January 3rd, 2012, the expectation is that Ron Paul or Mitt Romney will win Iowa. But in the end, former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania emerges as the victor by only 34 votes due to his successful grassroots efforts in the state. Because of her minuscule amount of votes in her own birth state, Congressman Michele Bachmann drops out of the race the next day. Next came the New Hampshire primaries, which resulted in Mitt Romney's landslide victory. Despite grassroots efforts there, Former Governor/Ambassador Jon Huntsman placed only third and as it did not raise his numbers in polls for the South Carolina primary, he dropped as well. Governor Rick Perry of Texas also dropped after disastrous results in Iowa and New Hampshire. This narrowed the race down to Romney, Paul, Gingrich, and Santorum. In the South Carolina primary on January 21st, Romney was expected to win and then clinch the nomination, but Gingrich campaigned fiercely and along with his deba ...
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 . ...
Sandy Relief Information Sandy Response Update - December 12, 2012 Over the last three weeks the GNJ Sandy Response Staff with the support of UMCOR has been busy putting plans in place to begin our Conference recovery efforts. At the same time, we’ve been working with our Conference Disaster Response Team and local churches to better understand all the various relief ministries that are going on in our Conference. Below are the stories we know about so far… undoubtedly there are many more…. Early Response Teams (ERTs) have been assessing damage and cleaning out homes and churches in Point Pleasant, Point Pleasant Beach, Belmar, Sea Bright, Union Beach, the Bayshore area of Middletown, Hazlet, Highlands, Bay Head, Keansburg, Atlantic Highlands, Atlantic City, Asbury Park, Avon, Bradley Beach, & Rumson. All this work has been done by more than 15 NJ ERTs as well as over 18 out of state ERTs from Ohio, Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Michigan and Missouri. ...
MINNEAPOLIS, November 8, 2012 /3BL Media/ - As part of its mission to lead and contribute to global social change, Walden University announced today the release of "Global Voices: Social Change Matters," a video consisting of person-on-the-street interviews exploring motivations for getting involved in social change and perspectives on the impact of global economic conditions, as well as the roles of individuals, nonprofit organizations and government in social change. The interviews were conducted in Washington, D.C., and include the viewpoints of residents from California, Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey Maryland, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont and Washington, D.C. Additional viewpoints from residents of England, Germany, Iceland, Turkey and Venezuela are also featured. The video complements Walden's recently released 2012 Social Change Impact Report, which found that global economic conditions impact positive social change and that nonprofits and indi ...
TexMessage Wednesday, November 14 Good morning TexMessagers! Do you think the future Republic of Texas will recognize the future People’s Republic of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations? TEXclusive It’s not just Texas that wants out of the Union. Georgia, Florida and Louisiana also bolstered enough votes on “We The People” to merit a response from the Obama administration. Other states vying to break ties: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Michigan, Arizona, Missouri, Mississippi, Kentucky, Oklahoma, New York, Oregon, New Jersey, Montana, Georgia, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, California, Nevada, Ohio, Delaware, Wyoming, Utah, Alaska, Kansas, Nebraska, West Virginia, South Dakota, Virginia, Wisconsin, Rhode Island, Illinois, New Hampshire and Idaho. That leaves only 10 states who aren’t considering secession or who haven’t yet managed to raise enough votes to get on the site. The loyalists would almost be better off seceding from the rest of the country ...
Wow! We sure have done a lot of traveling lately. We started in Omaha, Ne, went camping in Oklahoma, took a cruise outta Texas, drove to South Carolina, went on an epic vacation down the East Coast chasing the changing leaves, visited family in Rhode Island, camped in New Hampshire, hungout in Boston, saw Niagra Falls, went wine tasting in Canada, camped out in Pennsylvania, made chocolate bars in Hurshey, stayed in a bed and breakfast in Maryland, and spent 4 days touring Washington DC, and finally made it to our new home in Greenville, SC. Then we decided to do a spur of the moment trip to Florida to see Jay's grandpa. I feel so blessed to have been able to see so much of our beautiful country with my love. In the morning we are packing our bags and driving to Colorado to see my mommy! . Life sure is good!
Which political party cares the most about people? The answer is not surprise to me. The most generous state is Utah (where residents gave 10.6 percent of their discretionary income to charity), followed by Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and South Carolina. The most penny-pinching state is New Hampshire (at just 2.5 percent), followed by Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Liberals love to point out a conservative who says something stupid, how about these Liberals? DO YOU AGREE WITH THEM? Vice President Joe Biden has accused Republicans of wanting to put blacks back in chains; Actress Ellen Barkin openly hoped that Hurricane Isaac would “wash every pro-life, anti-education, anti-woman, xenophobic, *** bashing racist SOB (at the GOP convention in Tampa) into the ocean,” and fellow thespian Samuel L. Jackson lamented that he was “not understanding God's plan” in having spared Florida from the worst of the storm;
In the Aftermath of Sandy Prayers and Light have been sent to places impacted by Sandy since before it first made landfall in the Caribbean, and continue to be sent as people begin recovering their lives and sense of wholeness. We have Members living in Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and the other islands. Astarians live in Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine. And in West Virginia, Ohio and west to Illinois and Wisconsin on up to places in Canada that are still feeling the effects of this massive storm. And we have many more Members with family and loved ones suffering the storm's effects. Please keep them and everyone in these areas in prayer and within the reach of your Light. You've seen some of the pictures and heard some of the stories of this record breaking weather event. You know how widespread the area of devastation is, and have a sense of the impact on people's lives. You know ...
Yesterday Mom and I went to the Salem (NH) High Band Show. They do the band show every October as a fund raiser. It was fun to be back in our old stomping ground. In December the Salem High Band will participate in the Fiesta Bowl in Phoenix, Arizona. When I was a freshman in 2004-05 I participated in the Fiesta Bowl with the band. Today I started a new license plate hunt. I already have 25 of the states and one Canadian province. I will keep you updated. Here is todays list: 01. New Hampshire 02. Massachusetts 03. Utah - Exp 6/13 04. Rhode Island 05. Florida 06. Connecticut 07. Maine 08. Virginia 09. New Jersey 10. Arizona 11. Georgia - Exp 10/13 12. Ohio 13. Quebec 14. Pennsylvania 15. Vermont 16. New York 17. Michigan 18. Nevada 19. South Carolina 20. Wisconsin 21. Maryland 22. Kentucky 23. California 24. Oregon - Exp 9/13 25. Indiana - Exp 9/28/13 26. Texas Most of these plates were found in downtown Nashua. Nevada, South Carolina, Wisconsin and Maryland were found in the rental car parking lot. I w ...
Weird day in Collage football (especially if you are from Georgia), Clemson played Ga Tech, South Carolina played Georgia, and the University of New Hampshire played Georgia State (in the Georgia dome, nice venue for such relatively low-stature teams). All the non-Georgia teams won. Any friends from Georgia on here, sorry, but I just had to point it out.
"The Mr.President" 1. Win a local office and skyrocket to state representative by opposing the incumbent closest to death. 2. Become governor and cling to a primarily populist agenda but throw a little pork to the fat cats by luring at least one major corporation into the state. Balance yourself politically by taking a hard-line stance on the death penalty while quietly cutting funding for executions. If the economy is up take credit. If the economy is down, blame the legislature or, if you’re in a border state, illegal immigrants. 3. After two terms begin campaigning for president. Generate a progressive platform that panders to your party’s extremes but can seamlessly convert to a more centrist stance after the primaries. Sink your money into Iowa and New Hampshire, make an appearance in South Carolina and Nevada, and set up camp in Missouri and New Jersey if you still need Super Tuesday to win the nomination. 4. If you’re not from the South, choose a running mate who is. It’s also time to pick ...
U.S. Senators John McCain (R-Arizona), Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina), Kelly Ayotte (R-New Hampshire) and Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) sent a letter to U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice seeking clarification on her statements that the September 11 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, was the result of a “s...
Oops? "Yet the Brewer administration is quietly designing an insurance exchange — one of the most essential and controversial requirements of the law. Officials in a handful of other Republican-led states say they are also working to have a framework ready by Nov. 16, the deadline for states to commit to running an exchange or leave it to the federal government to run it for them. That is just 10 days after Election Day, which is likely to decide the future of the law." "Only 13 states and the District of Columbia have formally committed to running their own exchanges. All of them but Rhode Island, whose governor, Lincoln Chafee, is an independent, are led by Democrats. The Republican governors in six states — Alaska, Florida, Louisiana, Maine, South Carolina and Texas — have said they will not create a state-run exchange, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. So has New Hampshire, where Gov. John Lynch, a Democrat, faced opposition from the Republican-controlled legislature. "Most of the remai ...
A recent study commissioned by the Chronicle of Philanthropy revealed something that won’t surprise many people of faith: the more “religious” a state or region of the country, the more likely its people are to give generously to charity. Here are the top 10 most charitable states: 1. Utah 2. Mississippi 3. Alabama 4. Tennessee 5. South Carolina 6. Idaho 7. Arkansas 8. Georgia 9. North Carolina 10. Maryland All of the bottom five states are located in the New England area: Rhode Island (46), Massachusetts (47), Vermont (48), Maine (49) and New Hampshire (50). By the way, Texas ranks 13th behind Oklahoma and Louisiana. New Mexico ranks 22nd. Obviously, there are many generous people of faith in every state of the union, but the giving divide based upon religious commitment is still very telling. At a time when many are pushing for greater cultural secularization, the fact of the matter is that people of faith make for very good citizens – and very good humanitarians. They are generous and give wil ...
I'm searching for people to help with a project we are working on, Only serious Patriots need apply. This is our chance to change Family court and our nation for the betterment of Children's future. We need people in the following states. North Carolina, South Carolina, New York, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Virginia, Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland. Please contact me in privet ASAP.
Of the 10 states with the lowest unemployment rates, North Dakota, Nebraska, South Dakota, Iowa, Wyoming, Utah and Virginia have Republican governors. New Hampshire, Vermont and Minnesota have Democratic governors. The Top 10 list includes three states where the GOP tenure has been fairly short. In Iowa, a Republican governor took office in January 2011 after 12 years of Democratic governorships. In Wyoming, a GOP governor took office in January 2011 after eight years of a Democratic governorship. Both states were also on the list of 10 lowest unemployment rates in December 2010, when a Democrat was governor. numbers , by themselves, do not paint an accurate picture Six states in the Bottom 10 have Republican governors: Michigan, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, and Nevada. Three have Democratic governors: Illinois, North Carolina and California. One state, Rhode Island, has an an independent governor.
The Wisdom of Benjamin Shoff: "As it turns out we're in Massachusetts not New Hampshire. That's very key because the Civil War started in South Carolina. So you gotta remember to keep that in perspective when you go to these states. They typically don't like the fact that penguins are only in the South Pole and not the North Pole. That's why the bicycle was invented by the Wright Brothers. Just something to keep in mind."
Our team totally ROCKS! They recognized top retailers and top sponsors from each state!! We had Michelle Ward representing North Carolina / Rhonda and Bill Young representing New Hampshire / Jessica Sousa representing Massachusetts / Ellena and Bryan Wenger representing Colorado and Joanna May representing South Carolina!!! And Michelle got retailer in the whole company! I'm so proud of each of you!!
Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other Persons. The actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent Term of ten Years, in such Manner as they shall by Law direct. The Number of Representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty Thousand, but each State shall have at Least one Representative; and until such enumeration shall be made, the State of New Hampshire shall be entitled to chuse three, Massachusetts eight, Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations one, Connecticut five, New-York six, New Jersey four, Pennsylvania eight, Delaware one, Maryland six, Virginia ten, North Carolina five, South Carolina five, an ...
If you are in US try to make Kenya a better place by voting this coming election. "Field officers Region 1 comprises Northeast (New England & Middle Atlantic). This is the populous region along the East Coast of US commonly known as New England and has a large population of Kenyans. It encompasses states like Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Others are Middle Atlantic States like New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Region 2 has Midwest (East North Central & West North Central). East North Central brings together Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin while West North Central covers Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Region 3 covers South (South Atlantic, East South Central, & West South Central) South Atlantic is made up of Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North and South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. In the East South Central are Mississippi and Tennessee. West South Central ...
TODAY IN HISTORY May 23rd is the 143rd day of the year (144th in leap years). There are 222 days remaining until the end of the year. 1788 – South Carolina ratifies the Constitution as the 8th American state. 1829 – Accordion patent granted to Cyrill Demian in Vienna. 1846 – Mexican-American War: President Mariano Paredes of Mexico unofficially declares war on the United States. 1873 – The Canadian Parliament establishes the North-West Mounted Police, the forerunner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 1911 – The New York Public Library is dedicated. 1915 – World War I: Italy joins the Allies after they declare war on Austria-Hungary. 1934 – American bank robbers Bonnie and Clyde are ambushed by police and killed in Black Lake, Louisiana. 1934 – The Auto-Lite Strike culminates in the "Battle of Toledo", a five-day melée between 1,300 troops of the Ohio National Guard and 6,000 picketers. 1939 – The U.S. Navy submarine USS Squalus sinks off the coast of New Hampshire during a test dive, ...
We are very excited around here getting packed up to move 5 miles away. Then Sherlyn was accepted to Bob Jones University and Joshua was accepted to Fairwood Bible Institute, so both will be leaving in the fall! Sherlyn to South Carolina and Joshua to New Hampshire. Many changes! Pray for us! xxoo
Do you live in DELAWARE, MASSACHUSETTS, Rhode Island, DC, North or South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia, Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Hawaii, Maine, Alaska, Nebraska, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, Kansas, Minnesota, Nevada, Jew Jersey, Tennessee, Louisiana, Wisconsin and Wyoming. If you or anyone you know live in one of these states we need to chat!
The eleventh amendment to the Constitution of the United States was proposed to the legislatures of the several States by the Third Congress, on the 4th of March 1794; and was declared in a message from the President to Congress, dated the 8th of January, 1798, to have been ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the States. The dates of ratification were: New York, March 27, 1794; Rhode Island, March 31, 1794; Connecticut, May 8, 1794; New Hampshire, June 16, 1794; Massachusetts, June 26, 1794; Vermont, between October 9, 1794 and November 9, 1794; Virginia, November 18, 1794; Georgia, November 29, 1794; Kentucky, December 7, 1794; Maryland, December 26, 1794; Delaware, January 23, 1795; North Carolina, February 7, 1795. Ratification was completed on February 7, 1795. The amendment was subsequently ratified by South Carolina on December 4, 1797. New Jersey and Pennsylvania did not take action on the amendment. amendment 11
Home invasion is the act of illegally entering a private and occupied dwelling with violent intent for the purpose of committing a crime against the occupants such as robbery, assault, rape, murder, or kidnapping. Home invasion is generally an unauthorized and forceful entry into a dwelling.[1] In some jurisdictions there is a defined crime of home invasion; in others there is no crime defined as home invasion, but events that accompany the invasion are criminal. Where it is defined, the definition and punishments vary by jurisdiction.[2] It is not a legally defined federal offense throughout the United States, but is in several states, such as Michigan,[3] Connecticut,[4] Illinois,[5] Florida,[6] Louisiana,[7] and Las Vegas, Nevada.[8] Home invasion laws also have been introduced in the South Carolina[9] General Assembly and in the State of Maryland.[10] On March 15, 2011, a bill making home invasion deaths a capital crime in New Hampshire[11] passed the New Hampshire House without debate. Home invasion ...
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