The whole world is reeling after a milestone referendum in Britain to leave the European Union. And although leaders of the campaign to exit Europe are crowing over their victory, it seems many Britons may not even know what they had actually voted for.
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As global financial markets convulse in response to British citizens voting to leave the European Union, the stunning outcome of the U.K.’s referendum provides more questions than answers.
Interim charges are the issues that the Speaker asks committees to study during the time between regular legislative sessions in order to make recommendations for legislation for the following legislative session. This week I will discuss the charges given to the House Committee on Natural Resources, which primarily oversees water development and conservation in the state.
When “Finding Nemo” came to theaters 13 years ago, I had no idea of its existence. It was almost my birthday and my mom was out of town. My dad had this notion that any time my mother left the house for a period of time, he was going to misbehave. Misbehave here, meaning that he would take the my siblings and me out to dinner and we’d go to the mall and the movies. It was a great time. In 2003, however, I was just getting old enough where it wasn’t exactly cool to be with my dad all the time in public anymore.
I had the opportunity to write about two different supermarket chains Wednesday — one celebrating an accomplishment and the other with disappointing news for local shoppers.
One of more vexing questions about Thursday’s Brexit vote is, “Why is it occurring?”
Ranking right up there with the line, “Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play?” is this recent headline in The Washington Times: “Honesty issues aside, voters still back Hillary Clinton, poll shows.”
The Post reports, “The Hillary Clinton campaign has begun checking into the positions, backgrounds and financial dealings of at least three potential vice presidential candidates, Democrats familiar with the process said Tuesday: Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Sen. Timothy M. Kaine of Virginia.” There may be a longer list as well. It’s hard to imagine these three are the top contenders.
Yesterday on my lunch break, I picked my niece Stormi up from her time at a local park and we drove over to a snow cone stand in East Sherman for a fruity flavored salute to the first day of summer. Eating that deliciously icy treat made me wonder where they came from and when?
I am a “gun nut.”