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originally posted by: AgarthaSeed
Been a busy day so my apologies if this has been posted already. Ed Krassenstein tweet from earlier today:
In spite of the 10,000 likes this tweet got, the replies are fantastic. Many of them coming from Democrats and Trump haters saying how they actually agree with POTUS on the troop withdrawal. Kudos to the liberals that were willing to admit that.
Since other Democrats forgot they were supposed be anti-war*
*unless that is Trump's stance.
Article I, Section 8, Clause 11 of the U.S. Constitution grants Congress the power to declare war. The President, meanwhile, derives the power to direct the military after a Congressional declaration of war from Article II, Section 2, which names the President Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces. These provisions require cooperation between the President and Congress regarding military affairs, with Congress funding or declaring the operation and the President directing it.
McConnell's resolution is non-binding, but it showcased a public rift between hawkish congressional Republicans and Trump, who campaigned on a promise to bring American troops home from far-flung conflicts.
The Roman month Februarius was named after the Latin term februum, which means purification, via the purification ritual Februa held on February 15 (full moon) in the old lunar Roman calendar. January and February were the last two months to be added to the Roman calendar, since the Romans originally considered winter a monthless period. They were added by Numa Pompilius about 713 BC. February remained the last month of the calendar year until the time of the decemvirs (c. 450 BC), when it became the second month.
Historical names for February include the Old English terms Solmonath (mud month) and Kale-monath (named for cabbage) as well as Charlemagne's designation Hornung. In Finnish, the month is called helmikuu, meaning "month of the pearl"; when snow melts on tree branches, it forms droplets, and as these freeze again, they are like pearls of ice. In Polish and Ukrainian, respectively, the month is called luty or лютий, meaning the month of ice or hard frost. In Macedonian the month is sechko (сечко), meaning month of cutting [wood]. In Czech, it is called únor, meaning month of submerging [of river ice].
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: CoramDeo
Interdasting, my results are repeatable too... I'm using a Firefox browser for Qmap searchs.
originally posted by: crankyoldman
Pamphlet claimed he was Q, so did Micro (still does).
The U.S. Department of Energy revealed on Wednesday that it secretly shipped weapons-grade plutonium from South Carolina to a nuclear security site in Nevada months ago despite the state’s protests.
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
I must be needing sleep because 1398 is just an image file so why would it result? Plus there is not any [e] or [E] in 1398.
covfefe = carbon, oxygen, vanadium, iron, iron. C=6, O=8, V=23, Fe=26, Fe=26 6+8+23+26+26=89. 9+8=17. Whood a thunk it??
yet they still have locks on their doors... Why?