I want to talk about the Iraq War that came up. I mean, Hillary Clinton was very firm in saying that your boss, Donald Trump, supported the war. And it goes back to an exchange that he had with Howard Stern in late 2002, where Howard Stern asked are you for invading Iraq? And Trump said, I guess so.
You know, he won he didn’t win the popular vote. He won with 46 percent, but on the other hand he does have 100 percent of the power. His party now controls everything in Washington. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, then you weren’t following the minute by minute twists of British politics over the past few days. Having lost its leader and the country’s prime minister David Cameron resigned on June 24, after losing the referendum to keep Britain in the European Union the ruling Conservative Party must choose a new one. As I watched this baroque process unfold in London, I realized that I just couldn’t write about the backstabbing, the personal betrayals, the resentments and jealousies, some of which date back 30 years to student political debates at the Oxford Union.
After that comes Have You Seen Luis Velez?, a novel about a young man who comes to the aid of an elderly blind woman in his apartment building, including helping her try to find her good friend and caretaker, Luis, who has disappeared. And then comes the one I’m working on, which might be a bit fresh to talk about. I’ll just say it’s a coming of age novel set in a small town in 1969.
It’s an argument that’s been going on for decades at different spots around the country. Do displays of the Ten Commandments belong on public property? The latest debate is in Oklahoma. Lawmakers there are threatening to impeach the state Supreme Court after it ruled that a monument on the Capitol grounds has to go.
Take Raisin Bran sun logo. There are actually some older versions of the mascot that have the sunglasses. Some are calling that residue of a change, but it actually just evidence of why some people remember the sunglasses. Even running TV ads with NFL gear for women. You did it week after week, day after day. Reporter: Once sported rice’s number 27.
Dallas drafted Stanford’s in the fourth round last week.”There’s an old saying in pro football, the circus doesn’t stay in town forever,” Witten said. “And when you’re young, I think it takes on a meaning that when your opportunity comes, grab it. I’ve decided that the time has come for me to pass the torch to the next generation of Dallas Cowboys.”..