South Carolina & Rhode Island

South Carolina is a state in the Southeastern United States. Rhode Island (or ), officially the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, is a state in the New England region of the United States. 5.0/5

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Only a true friend would mail you your retainer from Rhode Island. Only UPS would mail my retainer to South Carolina 🤓
Me: Yes I'd like to fly to South Carolina from Rhode Island. Southwest: Perfect! We're just gonna land you in the Midwest first for kicks
And, two more 1907 "State Belle" postcards for you: Rhode Island and South Carolina. To download an image...
Let's help Dark Side of the Full Moon have at least one showing in every state...here's the list of states they haven't heard from yet...Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming...Know someone there? Share the "Request a Screening" link with them. Thanks!
Even with the Nationwide Obama Hating yesterday... There were some really cool firsts that did happen in this midterm election.Bittersweet reality of Politics in America, but noteworthy none the less. 1) The 1st Directly elected Black Senator for South Carolina, Tim Scott. He became the first black senator elected in the South since Reconstruction ( he's still a republican-boo) 2) In Utah, Mia Love became the first black Republican woman — and first Haitian American — elected to Congress. (still a Republican...deep sigh) 3) Joni Ernst is the 1st elected woman to represent Iowa in either house of Congress and the first female combat veteran ever elected to the Senate .(Thank you for your Service & then pulling double/triple duty Ms. Lady Vet!) 4) The number of women in Congress will reach 100 for the first time in U.S. history.(will their collective cycles synch? You know it happens when a posse of women are around each other.. Ya I got jokes!) 5) Gina Raimondo will be Rhode Island's first female gove ...
LETS GO ALL YOU REPUBLICANS, LETS GO... Republicans Gain Three Seats from Dems As polling centers start shutting their doors to voters, results have begun to surface and announce who will be claiming their seat on the Senate floor. And the GOP is half way towards claiming victory as the Senate majority with West Virginia being turned over to Republican Shelley Moore Capito, Arkansas's Tom Cotton unseating Democrat Mark Pryor, and Gov. Mike Rounds claiming formerly Democrat South Dakota. The party now needs a net gain of three seats to claim ruling over the floor. According to the Associate Press, early results have announced Republicans Mitch McConnell of Kentucky as well as Tim Scott and Lindsay Graham of South Carolina as winners of their respective states. Republicans have also taken victories in Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, and Maine, while Democrats hold on New Jersey, Rhode Island, Illinois, Michigan, Delaware and Massachusetts. The race is projected to see the Democratic Party ...
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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.
Portland in the morning for 4 days to ROCK it w Brent Burris!!... Arizona on the 14th-15th to give this crazy guy Steven Bolden a meet & greet with Benson Keith Boreyko. And put Philipines on the map with Gemaline S. Carino!! Rhode Island w Roberto X Gonzalez Cantu & Eddie Mentore to CRUSH this Vemma Latino market on the 16th-18th... THIS IS HONESTLY GOING TO BE INSANE! South Carolina on the 19th for Dale Peake THE BOOM and Tina Hockmuth THE FEDERAL RESERVE! Vancouver Canada w Gemaline right after that!! Than Orlando with EddieMentore.com for the MASTERMIND Event w Art Jonak! Back to Maryland Nov 8th w Duy Nguyen, Mina Lezcano, Angel Santos, Tavares Davis, Linda Doung, Nelson Mencho, Gabby Gomez-Sanchez!! And of course can't forget Las Vegas in November for the GO PRO Recruiting Mastery event with Brian McMullen!! Going to be VIP at this one, w 8000 other HUNGRY networkers!! Going to try to squeeze Miami Florida and Colorado with JuJu Reverence, Lisa Chang, Andre Penny, Carla M Silveira, Ana Sofia Valle . ...
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.
All I can say is WOW to get so many birthday wishes from so many family and friends from all over the country,Chicago, Illinois, Florida,,, Michigan, South Carolina,, Rhode Island,, Texas, Tennessee, Kentucky,Canada again I can say I wasnt expecting it, I want say to ALL of you THANK YOU and I love you all, I hear from A Niece and nephew that I havnt from or seen in a long time,so it was a good birthday.I never want things I can always buy what I need I have everything I want
Also, crossing South Carolina off the US state count today. Just Rhode Island and Alaska to go now!!
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 ...
I can't decide what's worse, South Carolina drivers or Rhode Island drivers.
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: ...
I'm so excited for the Miss USA pageant and have compiled my list. After much deliberation and viewing of prelim photos I have came up with my top 20. I am probably wrong on some. Here goes: Wisconsin, Alabama, Texas, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Hawaii, Florida, Minnesota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, West Virginia, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Missouri, Nevada, Utah, North Dakota, California, and Connecticut. No particular order of course. Lol
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32 Ridiculous Laws From Around The World That Still Actually Exist 1.In seven U.S. states, according to their constitutions, atheists are barred from holding public office. 2.Sodomy is illegal, in general, in Idaho, Utah, Michigan, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. In these states, sodomy is only illegal for homosexuals: Montana, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. Oral sex is often considered sodomy by many states, according to the Hebrew Bible. Except strangely, you don’t see people as equally outraged about this as they are about *** sex. 3.Interracial marriage was still illegal in Alabama in 2000. 4.Not until 2008 did the UN Security Council pass UN Security Council Resolution No. 1820 which declared rape and other forms of sexual violence a war crime, a crime against humanity, and a constitutive act with respect to genocide, arising from the conflict in the Balkans, in which violating women became an conspicuous weapon in the war. 5.Since 1986, US autho ...
Ughh...it always rains wherever I go. I feel apocalyptic. Rain when I went to South Carolina, Santa Cruz, and now Rhode Island. And then...
I haven't met anyone from Rhode Island, South Carolina, or Hawaii in North Dakota. Latest post at
Today in History: May 29 1453 Constantinople falls to Muhammad II, ending the Byzantine Empire. 1660 Charles II is restored to the English throne, succeeding the short-lived Commonwealth. 1721 South Carolina is formally incorporated as a royal colony of England. 1790 Rhode Island becomes last of the original Thirteen Colonies to ratify the Constitution. 1848 Wisconsin becomes the thirtieth state. 1849 A patent for lifting vessels is granted to Abraham Lincoln. 1862 Confederate general P.G.T. Beauregard retreats to Tupelo, Mississippi. 1911 The first running of the Indianapolis 500. 1913 The premier of the ballet Le Sacre du Printemps (The Rite of Spring) in Paris causes rioting in the theater. 1916 U.S. forces invade the Dominican Republic. 1922 Ecuador becomes independent. 1922 The U.S. Supreme Court rules organized baseball is a sport not subject to antitrust laws. 1942 The German Army completes its encirclement of the Kharkov region of the Soviet Union. 1951 C. F. Blair becomes the first man to fly ove ...
Erin's Law passed this morning in the House Education Committee in South Carolina. It now heads to the entire House floor for a vote where it will then go to the Senate to be voted on. If you are from South Carolina please write your legislators to support and pass Erin's Law HB4061. I just got off the phone from testifying in the Alaska Senate Fiance Committee on Erin's Law. Two weeks ago I testified on Erin's Law in Alaska when I spent a week there and it passed on the House side now working on the Senate. They will vote tomorrow in that committee so if you are from Alaska write your senators to support SB216 known as Erin's Law. Next week I fly to Rhode Island and testify on Erin's Law at the capital there. Tomorrow I spend an entire day educating kids in an Illinois school K-8th grade all on Erin's Law. I start with 6-8th graders in the morning, followed by 4-5th grade, and finish the day K-3rd.
Slavery Time-line from 1706-1732 1706 Connecticut requires that Indians, mulattos, and black servants gain permission from their masters to engage in trade. 1708 The Southern colonies require militia captains to enlist and train one slave for every white soldier. 1708 Rhode Island requires that slaves be accompanied by their masters when visiting the homes of free persons. 1708 Blacks outnumber whites in South Carolina. 1710 New York forbids blacks, Indians, and mulattos from walking at night without lighted lanterns. 1711 Pennsylvania prohibits the importation of blacks and Indians. 1711 Rhode Island prohibits the clandestine importation of black and Indian slaves. 1712 Pennsylvania prohibits the importation of slaves. 1712 Slave Revolt: New York Slaves in New York City kill whites during an uprising, later squelched by the militia. Nineteen rebels are executed. 1712 New York declares it illegal for blacks, Indians, and slaves to murder other blacks, Indians, and slaves. 1712 New York forbids freed black ...
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"!)
Snow in South Carolina!!! 6 degrees Fahrenheit. Reminiscing my winter days from living in New York, New York Hartford, Connecticut, Newark, New Jersey and Rhode Island
Rhode Island and South Carolina are the only states that prohibit face tattoos.
Viola Davis, Actress: The Help. Actress Viola Davis was born on her grandmother's farm in South Carolina. When she was two months old her family moved to Central Falls, Rhode Island, where her father worked as a horse groomer and trainer. Davis was educated at Central Falls High School, where she de...
THIS DAY IN THE HISTORY OF THE SUNSHINE STATE (Post appears one day before the actual date) JANUARY 1 HAPPY New Year! 1836 On this date, the Seminole peoples were supposed to migrate to Oklahoma, but not all Seminoles were willing to go. The Second Seminole War started on December 28 to forestall this activity. 1862 Union guns on Santa Rosa Island opened fire on an unnamed steamer brought into the Navy yard by Confederate forces in Pensacola. Although the Confederates suffered no casualties, a large storehouse was hit by an exploding shell and burned to the ground. 1862 Governor John Milton called the “Columbia Trapiers” into service today. This unit was commanded by Captain J. R. Francis. See Two Federal blockade ships, the U.S.S. Rhode Island and the U.S.S. South Carolina, were sighted in the Gulf of Mexico near Pensacola. 1863 The Battle of Murfreesboro (Stone’s River) continued today as Confederate forces under General Braxton E. Bragg battled Union forces under the command of General Willia ...
Are you in Alaska, DC, Hawaii, Iowa, Maine, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Vermont tonight? Call now at 866-PIT-LANE!
So 7 surprising things about me...thanks Christina Rich for the challenge 󾬖 I can't recall ever wanting children but ALWAYS wanted nieces and nephews to spoil. I've been blessed to have several of each - but I am closest to Zach Dindinger and Maddy Toomer - true miracles in my life. LeAnne Schwab I claim you as a niece of my heart as well and have enjoyed this last year immensely! - at 16 I set a goal to drive in all 50 states - just 12 to go. Alaska was the first and I still need to go to: Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, South Carolina, Alabama, West Virginia, Ohio, New York and Michigan.road trip anyone? the number of degrees I have in fields I was briefly intrigued with. What will my fourth degree be...that is a current dilemma - choices to make by January. when I meet people they fall in 4 categories. Family, Work and Relay - the amazing friends that straddle the 3 have become the best of friends and make up the fourth. You know who you are and what you h ...
10 Things You May Not Know About Me. 1. I met Bob Keeshan, who played "Captain Kangaroo", when I was 5 -- He was in town visiting some neighbors -- he was a relatively young man then and wasn't wearing his stage make-up so I didn't recognize him. Before I was introduced to him, he pulled my parents aside and asked that they not tell me who he was so it wouldn't ruin the illusion of the show for me. I regret that I have no memory of meeting him but I really appreciate his thoughtfulness. 2. I was on Romper Room in South Carolina ... twice. They had 5 official ceramic Romper Room cups and one Royal Crown Cola paper cup. When they give us drinks on-air, I ended up with the paper cup both times. Still bothers me today. 3. Growing up, I lived in Kentucky, South Carolina, New Mexico, Ohio, Alabama, Florida, Arizona and Rhode Island. As different as they are, Arizona and Rhode Island were my favorites. 4. I was an only child until my baby sister, Heather, was born when I was 19 years old. I'd always wanted a l . ...
Thanks everyone for all your help on getting postcards to my friends son! Your willingness to help has been overwhelming. They are very close to getting all 50 states! Here is a list of which ones they are missing. If you can help please send a PM and I'll give you the address. Vermont, Delaware, New Jersey, Louisiana, Rhode Island, Montana, Mississippi, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Connecticut, Arkansas, DC, South Carolina and New York Just need to be sure it is post marked from the state and has two interesting facts on it about the state! Thanks again for the help! ~ Hilery
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 . ...
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 ...
With my family scattered from Kentucky, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and South Carolina, I do a lot of prayer hugging.
I'm definately ready to get my life started so I can move to Rhode Island or north/south Carolina
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 :-)
Today is Independence Day in the United States of America. On Saturday, July 5, 1777, a day after the anniversary of American Independence, the revolutionary John Adams wrote to his daughter from Philadelphia that he “was surprised to find the whole city lighting up their candles at the windows.” The year before, on July 4, 1776, representatives of the American people in 13 colonies were in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to declare independence from Great Britain. Philadelphia is still lighting up the candles as you can see in this photograph taken 236 years later from the International Space at 09:28 GMT February 6, 2012. It includes most of the 13 colonies: Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts Bay, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virginia, New York, North Carolina, and Rhode Island. Photo Credit: NASA
We are making a trip to East Texas at the end of September through the first week in October. What are some uncommonly good/weird sites that we should visit? We will definitely be stopping to play at some disc golf courses for TiM. Kristina enjoys paranormal venues, and making headstone rubbings at cemeteries. We will be making a scrapbook. Please post your comments here. FYI: We will be travelling along I-20 from Longview, Texas east to Florence, South Carolina. We will then be taking I-95 north from Florence, SC to the Connecticut/Rhode Island state line.
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 ...
Forty -six years ago today, 76 courageous souls of the 173rd Airborne, Company A 2/503 Infantry (approx. 120) were slaughtered via multiple human wave attacks by an elite North Viet Nam unit (estimated anywhere from 500-1200) in the Central Highlands of South Viet Nam. Another two dozen were seriously wounded in what is now known as The Battle of the Slopes. This encounter ranks as the worse loss of life by a US unit in a single day. I am one of a couple dozen who survived this massacre charged with ensuring the world of its significance. So many young to have left us so soon. "Sweet is war to those who have never experienced it." KIAs by State Alabama 2 Arizona 1 California 8 Colorado 1 Florida 6 Georgia 2 Hawaii 1 Illinois 3 Iowa 1 Kansas 1 Kentucky 1 Maryland 2 Massachusetts 4 Michigan 7 Minnesota 1 Missouri 1 Mississippi 2 New Jersey 5 New Mexico 3 New York 6 North Carolina 2 Ohio 2 Oklahoma 1 Oregon 1 Rhode Island 1 South Carolina 2 Tennessee 2 Texas 5 West Virginia 1 Wisconsin 1 AGE Nine (9) Born b ...
Miss USA 2013 Top 6: Utah, Alabama, Illinois, South Carolina, Connecticut and Texas. For three consecutive years, my girls made it to Top 5/6. the first 2 years, I got the girls right. - Alyssa Campanella of California ~ Miss USA 2011 2012 - Olivia Culpo of Rhode Island ~ Miss USA 2012 2013 - Margaret McCord of Alabama ~ ??? ??? ??? :D ^_^ --- jEdI rEyEs ---
Today in History June 13th: 1740 – Georgia provincial governor James Oglethorpe begins an unsuccessful attempt to take Spanish Florida during the Siege of St. Augustine. 1774 – Rhode Island becomes the first of Britain's North American colonies to ban the importation of slaves. 1777 – American Revolutionary War: Marquis de Lafayette lands near Charleston, South Carolina, in order to help the Continental Congress to train its army. 1805 – Lewis and Clark Expedition: scouting ahead of the expedition, Meriwether Lewis and four companions sight the Great Falls of the Missouri River. 1881 – The USS Jeannette is crushed in an Arctic Ocean ice pack. 1893 – Grover Cleveland notices a rough spot in his mouth and on July 1 undergoes secret, successful surgery to remove a large, cancerous portion of his jaw; operation not revealed to US public until 1917, nine years after the president's death. 1898 – Yukon Territory is formed, with Dawson chosen as its capital. 1917 – World War I: the deadliest Germ ...
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!!!
Well, I've been busy for several months moving trucks all over the east coast for The Pete Store, a large Peterbilt dealership with branches in several southeastern states. I work out of the Greenville, South Carolina branch, and it has been keeping me hopping. Originally it started strictly as a part-time retirement gig. But business is brisk, sometimes with sixty or more sales and deliveries to a single customer. A large part of what I do is delivering car haulers and these go principally to West Warick, Rhode Island, Akron, New York (north of Buffalo and north of Niagara Falls), Springfield, Massachusetts, and Jacksonville, Florida. And I move a lot of them from Gainesville, Georgia to our branch in Greenville. This is a fantastically fun retirement job, but sometimes it does get a tad busy, keeping me on the road and moving for a week at a time. I absolutely love this. sort of a boys and their toys sort of thing. See lots of places and much of this nations most beautiful places. I go past tow ...
Providence Hospitals, in Columbia, SC, includes the Providence Heart & Vascular Institute, South Carolina’s heart hospital, offering a full range of heart care and cardiovascular surgery. We are South Carolina's Heart Hospital. Providence Orthopaedic & Neuro Spine Institute offers a Spine Center, or...
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Stripers, aka "Striped Bass, Linesiders, Rocks, Pimpfish, Rockfish" are a popular game fish on Lake Murray for our clients! These fish can be found in fresh and salt water. If you want a fishing day packed with action this is the fish to go after! Why is the Striped Bass the South Carolina game fish, and which other states claim it as their game fish as well? 1st correct answer to BOTH questions gets 2 tickets to a day at the PSC! Check out the rules posted last week if you haven't been following!
California, you are now in 2nd place behind Texas for registrations, South Carolina has slipped to 3rd, and Florida overtook North Carolina for 4th. Only the states of Delaware, Hawaii, Rhode Island, and Vermont are still unrepresented, along with Wash D.C. What are we talking about? Only something that is a part of the solution for the problems our Great Republic faces. Check it out, and see if you want to join with us.
Latest results on the "Bring Chase and Lacey to YOUR State" contest! Only FOUR MORE DAYS left to vote at Update: Washington is currently in 1st. Florida is in 2nd. New York and Ohio are in 3rd. Indiana is in 4th. Pennsylvania is in 5th. California is 6th. Texas is 7th. Arizona, Louisiana, and Pennsylvania are 8th. Georgia is 9th. Massachusetts, Virginia, and Michigan are 10th. South Carolina and Maryland are 11th. Kentucky, Illinois, and Minnesota are tied for 12th. Followed by Utah, North Carolina, D.C., Oregon, Maine, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Kansas, West Virginia, Missouri, Nebraska, and Iowa in 13th.
Left Ft Myers Fl this morning - 40 degrees. We are now stopped forthe night at the Georgia-South Carolina border- 46 degrees- high for the day!!! We just had the best meal of our trip. Sweet Tea Grill, right next to our hotel. Southern cooking. I had grilled shrimp marinated in hot spices, fried green tomatoes and cheese grits. Jim had crab cakes, fried green tomatoes and collards. Wonderful southern cooking!! Yesterday was only about 50 degrees in Ft Myers/Cape Coral area, with a wind. We did have a few beautiful days in Orlando. Will be in Rhode Island on Tues to pick up Gizmo. We miss her.
Other Highlights Tuesday, February 26, 2013: # 2 Vanderbilt's Walker Buehler (5 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 7 K) was solid, and Vanderbilt broke a 3-3 tie with four runs in the eighth to beat Arkansas State, 6-1. Louisville's Danny Rosenbaum hit his first career home run and drove in five to lead the Cardinals to a 13-4 win against Morehead State. # 5 Mississippi State jumped on Rhode Island with seven runs in the first and rolled to a 13-2 win. At 10-0, the Bulldogs are the SEC's lone remaining unbeaten team. MSU slugger Hunter Renfroe missed the game with what John Cohen called "a very, very slight fracture" in his right hand, but he could return this weekend, according to reports. # 7 South Carolina's Jack Wynkoop (5.1 IP, 5 H, 0 R) picked up his first collegiate victory in the Gamecocks 5-2 win against Furman. # 9 LSU's Alex Bregman (2-for-5, 4 RBI) hit a three-run homer in the third to put LSU up 5-0, and the Tigers cruised to an 11-2 win against ULL. Cody Glenn (7 IP, 3 H, 0 R) was outstanding for LSU. Ken ...
DONT TREAD ON ME FLAGS- THE GADSDEN FLAG Christopher Gadsden was an American patriot if ever there was one. He led Sons of Liberty in South Carolina starting in 1765, and was later made a colonel in the Continental Army. In 1775 he was in Philadelphia representing his home state in the Continental Congress. He was also one of three members of the Marine Committee who decided to outfit and man the Alfred and its sister ships. Gadsden and Congress chose a Rhode Island man, Esek Hopkins, as the commander-in-chief of the Navy. The flag that Hopkins used as his personal standard on the Alfred is the one we would now recognize. It's likely that John Paul Jones, as the first lieutenant on the Alfred, ran it up the gaff. It's generally accepted that Hopkins' flag was presented to him by Christopher Gadsden, who felt it was especially important for the commodore to have a distinctive personal standard. Gadsden also presented a copy of this flag to his state legislature in Charleston. This is recorded in the South ...
Charge a fee to use your credit card? It’s legal for merchants to do that, unless barred by state law. Ten states already ban such surcharges – California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, Oklahoma and Texas – and more may join the list. The legislatures in 13 other states are currently considering bills that would prevent these so-called “check out” fees. Lawmakers in Hawaii, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Washington and Tennessee are responding to a rule change that took place late last month. A similar bill will soon be introduced in West Virginia. and MasterCard agreed to let merchants add a surcharge to credit card transactions so be a fool and use your credit card.
alright, going to do it a little different this time, remember those of you that HAVE NOT commented, tell us where in the world you are. We're giong to be starting at 1, as in 1 person is from this place. So here we go! 1: Denmark, Argentina, Germany, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Verginia, Wyoming, Mexico, Indonesia, 2: Scotland, South America, Switzerland, Hawaii, Kansas, Mississippi, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, West Verginia, Singapore. 3: Sweden, Netherlands, New Zealand, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, Wisconsin. 4: Illinois, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee. 5: Alabama, Georgia, Maryland. 6: Connecticut, Michigan, Washington. 7: California, Florida. 9: Canada, England, Australia, South Africa. 12: Texas 14: South Africa
UPDATED INFORMATION ON "TURNING TEARS TO JOY" “Turning Tears to Joy” By Chaplain Don Biadog, NAMB endorsed military chaplain Freeport, New York Saturday 5 January 5, 2013 God answered the Quiles family’s cry for help. Their cry turned into joy when volunteers from Rhode Island, Oklahoma, Washington, and South Carolina showed up on a cold, clear Saturday morning January 5, 2013 ready to help the Quiles family clear debris, remove molded materials destroyed by floodwaters, and spray anti-mold liquid matter around the affected area. Alex Quiles, six-year-old daughter of Noel Quiles, cried when she saw the inside of her home for the first time since the storm hit her home before Halloween in late October 2012. The Quiles home in Freeport, New York was once a beautiful haven, but now, from the eyes of the first grader, her home is a disaster, an unimaginable sight, virtually everything in sight was destroyed by the flood caused by Superstorm Sandy. When Angela Quiles saw and met the volunteers from Rho . ...
U-6 ISN'T FALLING LIKE A ROCK U-6 or total unemployment peaked at 17.2 percent nationally in November 2009, fourteen months after Lehman Brothers collapsed. In November 2012, it stood at 15 percent. In 22 states, U-6 is actually higher now than when it peaked nationally in November 2007. In California, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Vermont, U-6 remains unchanged. But what is staggering is the U-6 or total unemployment in the ten worst hit states: Nevada @ 21.4% … California @ 19.6% … Rhode Island @ 18.3% … Oregon @ 17.3% … Washington State @ 17.1% … Michigan @ 17% … North Carolina @ 17% … Florida @ 16.4% … Illinois @ 16.3% … and South Carolina @ 16.3%. Until Congress gets a grip on U-6, they cannot solve our nation’s JOBS crisis. Higher taxes and larger spending cuts is the route to austerity. And austerity leads directly to higher total unemployment. Note: Since 1994, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has generated stats on the total unemployed at the national and state level. Known as ...
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 ...
Today in History Civil War Dec 30, 1862: U.S.S. Monitor sinks On this day in 1862, the U.S.S. Monitor sinks in a storm off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Just nine months earlier, the ship had been part of a revolution in naval warfare when the ironclad dueled to a standstill with the C.S.S. Virginia (Merrimack) off Hampton Roads, Virginia, in one of the most famous naval battles in American History--the first time two ironclads faced each other in a naval engagement. After the famous duel, the Monitor provided gun support on the James River for George B. McClellan's Peninsular Campaign. By December 1862, it was clear the Monitor was no longer needed in Virginia, so she was sent to Beaufort, North Carolina, to join a fleet being assembled for an attack on Charleston, South Carolina. The Monitor served well in the sheltered waters of Chesapeake Bay, but the heavy, low-slung ship was a poor craft for the open sea. The U.S.S. Rhode Island towed the ironclad around the rough waters of Cape Hatteras. Since Dec ...
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 ...
6.52 AM: Mitt Romney has won in Indiana, astate won by President Barack Obama four years ago. Romney is also the winner in South Carolina, a state where Obama is deeply unpopular. Those states have 20 electoral votes between them. Obama has won his home state of Illinois, as well as Mitt Romney's home state of Massachusetts and Vice President Joe Biden's home state of Delaware. There have been no surprises in the returnsso far from Eastern and Midwestern states. Obama wins the 20 electoral votes in Illinois, and the 11 in Massachusetts, along with 10 in Maryland and Delaware's three. He's also the winner in Connecticut, Rhode Island and the District of Columbia. And in Maine, which splits its electoral votes, Obama has won at least three of the four votes. Romney won in Oklahoma, with seven electoral votes. 6.50 AM: According to CNN, with 56 per centof precincts reporting in Florida, Romney stands at 51 per cent and Obama at 48 per cent among 4.3 million ballots. With 13 per cent of precincts reporting in ...
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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;
NEWSFLASH!!! Anyone with relatives New York, Virginia, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Contact them & PRAY!! There is a storm called Hurricane Sandy that is a mixture of rain, snow and wind that's part hurricane, part nor'easter. President Obama declared New Jersey, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia as state of emergencies. This storm make Hurricane Katrina(New Orleans) & Hurricane Hugo(South Carolina) look like a regular rain. It suppose to HIT LANDFALL tonite in NJ/NY. Subway is shut down, buses shut down and over 7,500 flights cancelled already. It is projected to affect about 60 million Americans and experts are forecasting damages in the range of $2 billion to $100 billion! Pray for their safety! This is real. Look it up
The entire North Eastern part of USA is affected by Hurricane Sandy. Flights in and from the Eastern States like Massachusetts, New York, Virginia, Rhode Island, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland New Hampshire, Connecticut and New Jersey have been cancelled. Highways have been closed also. Kati buli omu jaali jajja okusula. That had reminded me of the September 9th Bugerere riots. You couldn't cross from one end of Kampala to another. I had to go from Kawempe to Bukedde mbu nkole sports show nebansalirako e Bwaise. Nengezaako okuyita ku Kalerwe ate eyo Katono nfiireyo. Abaserikale nga bakuba kunyama. I believe that day bangi tebaasula waabwe nga amagye gasazeeko. Do you remember the president’s address on UBC that night. Kyokka Uganda! E mannya Museveni!
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 ...
On this day in 1775, just a few short months after commanding British soldiers during the Battle of Bunker Hill, General Sir William Howe writes to the British-appointed secretary of state for the American colonies, Lord Dartmouth, to inform him of his belief that the British army should be evacuated from Boston to Rhode Island. From there, British forces could move expeditiously to the southern colonies, without having to go around Cape Cod. As Lord Dartmouth had previously received reports that men were needed in the southern colonies from the likes of Josiah Martin, the royal governor of North Carolina, and John Murray, the royal governor of South Carolina, he ordered General Howe to send officers stationed in Boston to North Carolina to assist Martin in the southern campaign. Martin ha d been directing Loyalist efforts in North Carolina from his ship Cruiser anchored in the Cape Fear River since a Patriot attack on his home in April 1775. When the residents of Mecklenburg County effectively declared t ...
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 ...
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 ...
Per Roland Martin on Washington Watch voters registration deadline is October 6 2012 for the states of South Carolina, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tenneesee, and Rhode Island. People lets go and have a voice.
List of states I have worked in or been through the past 7 months since I've started going on the road.of course Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Florida, and I live in Georgia. 19 states in seven months, not too shabby. If I also include the other states I've traveled too Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware, Michigan, and Arizona I get a total of 24. Keep'em comin!
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.
Columbia, SC - The precise number of African people transported to North America as part of the slave trade is unknown. Once sold, these men, women and children ended up living and dying in obscurity. It is rare to be able to pick out the thread of one slave’s life from this human tapestry and follow it down through history to the present day, even more unusual when that slave is a child. In 1756, Priscilla, a ten year old girl from Sierra Leone was sold at auction to Elias Ball, a wealthy rice planter in South Carolina. Beginning in February, the story of her life and the family tree she founded will be the subject of a new exhibit, Finding Priscilla’s Children, at the South Carolina State Museum. Priscilla’s story is told through a document trail that goes back 256 years beginning with her trip from Sierra Leone on the Rhode Island slave ship Hare and tracing her life on the Ball plantation. Dying in slavery at age sixty-five, she was survived by her ten children. While researching his own family ...
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.
He is a list of the states that the Robertson/Falls 2012 campaign is official in: Oregon, Wyoming, Iowa, Alabama, South Carolina, New Jersey, Vermont, and Rhode Island. We still need your help in Texas. I need 38 registered voters to click the link below and fill out the presidential elector form and send it to me. Please help us out is you can. 2012 "Saving America so you don't have to"
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TODAY IN HISTORY July 8th is the 189th day of the year (190th in leap years). There are 176 days remaining until the end of the year. 1663 – Charles II of England grants John Clarke a Royal charter to Rhode Island. 1730 – An estimated magnitude 8.7 earthquake causes a tsunami that damages more than 620 miles of Chile's coastline. 1758 – French forces hold Fort Carillon against the British at Ticonderoga, New York. 1775 – The Olive Branch Petition is signed by the Continental Congress of the Thirteen Colonies. 1776 - A 2,000-pound copper-and-tin bell now known as the “Liberty Bell” rings out from the tower of the Pennsylvania State House (now Independence Hall) in Philadelphia, summoning citizens to the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence. 1822 – Chippewas turn over a huge tract of land in Ontario to the United Kingdom. 1863 - Confederates surrender Port Hudson, Louisiana to Union Forces. 1876 – White supremacists kill five Black Republicans in Hamburg, South Carolina. 1 ...
Four More Years! President Obambie "The private sector is doing JUST FINE." Let’s take a closer look at the private-sector-dominated economy that Mr. Obama says “is doing fine.” * Unemployment is rising, now at 8.2 percent nationally, but much higher in 17 states across the country, including New York, 8.5 percent; Florida, 8.7; South Carolina, 8.8; New Jersey, 9.1; North Carolina, 9.4; California, 11.2; Rhode Island, 11.2; and Nevada, 11.7. This is fine? * 24 million workers are unemployed, underemployed or have given up looking for work, pushing the jobless rate to 15 percent. *In the 3 1/2 years of Mr. Obama’s presidency, nearly half of college graduates cannot find full-time work that is commensurate with their educational training, and many are forced to work part time, temporary or settle for low-pay counter work at places like Starbucks. * High school graduates are having even a harder time getting work, according to a recent report from the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development ...
Nevada, Georgia or Oklahoma were thought to be on their way to win their first Miss USA title, however, in the end, it was Rhode Island who shinned, beat the odds, and walked away with the coveted crown for the first time in history. Olivia Culpo, 19, 1.66 m-tall, Miss USA 2012, received the crown from the hands of Alyssa Campanella, Miss USA 2011. Nana Meriweather, Miss Maryland, was the 1st runner-up, Miss Ohio, Audrey Bolte, was the 2nd runner-up, Nevada’s Jade Kelsall was the 3rd runner-up, and Georgia’s Jasmine Wilkins finished as 4th runner-up. The candidates from Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado and New Jersey, reached the ‘top 10′. The quarter-finalists (top 16) were Misses Tennessee, Michigan, Louisiana, Maine, South Carolina and Arkansas. The Miss USA 2012 pageant kicked off live at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. The two-hour show featured musical performances from Akon and Cobra Starship, along with comments by special correspondents Jeannie Mai from “How Do I ...
Judy Morris about a minute ago · * The traffic ticket scam. "The CEO of a series of failed photo enforcement ventures in Rhode Island and South Carolina has returned. This time around, William B. Danzell's firm, iTraffic, will dispense with the controversial practice of mailing citations to registered vehicle owners. Instead, he hopes to use taxpayer funds to help small towns set up conventional speed traps using the latest available technology. "The iTraffic community safety program can help the community keep the jobs of these officers by paying the salaries and benefit packages for up to eight full-time officers to deliver roadside citations," Danzell's website explains. "Working with public and private grants, iTraffic Safety has developed the first program of its kind to provide everything needed to begin consistent traffic enforcement... iTraffic Safety grants include all the technology needed for the program including in car laptops and vehicle mounts, electronic ticketing solutions, NCIC access, ...
I don't actually have a problem with marrying your cousin - maybe because, as the son of two only-children, I don't have any cousins - but I do feel like calling out North Carolingians on the incoherence of their various marriage laws, because: It is in fact legal in North Carolina to marry your first cousin, as it is in 20 states: Alabama, Alaska, CA, Colorado, Connecticut, DC, FLA, Georgia, Hawai'i, Maryland, Massachusetts, NJ, New Mexico, NY, NC, poor little Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, the Green Mountain State of Vermont, and sweet Virginia. In NC it is not legal, by the way, to enter into double-cousin marriages, whatever they are. Generally speaking, states that outlaw cousin-marriage respect the legality of cousins married in cousin-loving states.
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.
CONSTITUTION; Article 1 section 2 (second half) ...The actual ennumeration 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 ennumeration shall be made, The State of New Hampshire shall be entitles to choose three, Massachusetts eight, Rhode Island and Providence Plantation one, Connecticut five, New York six, New Jersey four, Pennsylvania eight, Delaware one, Maryland six, Virginia ten, North Carolia five, South Carolina five and Georgia three. When vacancies happen in the Representation from any State the Executive Authority there of shall issue Writs of election to fill such vacancies. The House of Representatives shall choose their speaker and other officers and shall have the sole power of impeachment.
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
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