I like their fight but it requires both state legislatures to approve it. It's hard to see that happening. Going the route of West Virginia and attempting to create a new state was likely unconstitutional. Wouldn't have happened without the Civil War imo.
The narrative is building about warp speed and the vax to attack him (4 articles this week, this one, 2 in newsweek, and Gateway Pundit albeit not pointing at Trump). It's likely coming from the right as the left would never dare do anything to tarnish St. Fauci.
Agreed, and I don't know anything about Lausch aside from that detail of his appointment and that he is one of two, out of 93, held over from the Trump Administration. We will possibly get a 'nice' report from Hur in 2025; fingers crossed.
As of May 2022:
-25 states and D.C. permitted someone chosen by the voter to return mail ballots on their behalf in most cases -11 states specified who may return ballots (i.e., household members, caregivers, and/or family members) in most cases -1 state explicitly allowed only the voter to return their ballot -13 states did not specify whether someone may return another's ballot
Only 12 states limit the number of ballots a single person can return.
If he doesn't get it on the first ballot they will continue to vote until a speaker is chosen. It is extremely unlikely that Democrats would vote for a Republican or visa versa. What the Democrats will do is abstain from the vote on the 2nd, 3rd, etc. ballot therefore lowering threshold of 218.
I had a co-worker who worked for Procter & Gamble in the late 80's. The marketing team was tasked with increasing sales on their toothpaste by 20%. After much discussion of increasing advertising budgets, possible acquisitions, and/or formulation changes the solution was to increase the tube opening by 30%.
The Dahomey were also slave traders. "Based on a true story."
The kingdom would capture people and sell them in the Atlantic slave trade in exchange for goods like rifles, tobacco, and alcohol. And the Kingdom of Dahomey kept some captives to enslave within its territory, forcing them to work on plantations and cultivate food for its army and royalty. The Annual Customs of Dahomey would often feature the mass execution of enslaved people for human sacrifice, giving gifts, and Vodun ceremonies.
Timing is of the movie release is certainly interesting. The screenplay is based on a book written in 1985 by Don DeLillo.