What is the House of Representatives voting on this coming week? This is a continuation of a weekly series to keep people informed in a quick easy, nonpartisan manner. This week: Appropriations.
PORT JERVIS, N.Y. — Less than a week after his hopeful State of the City Address for a Port Jervis “that still needs nurturing to succeed,” Mayor Kelly Decker has, as many in the city would characterize, came out of his face. Monday, in a letter-made-public-rebuttal on his Facebook Page,
For Siera; hope you find that lucky lesbian & get locked down, or something… I had originally written this for another blog project, but I figure that the casual quality of the blog-side of my website could use more light posts such as this. I’m even going to tag it.
Are we inching towards a better, more financially sound, and more civilly engaged and transparent future? We ask those questions here. And then some!
This is it. The uncut, unabridged, uncensored, list of 300 books that I’d LOVE to read in 2018, but likely will only read two of. With any luck, maybe six. Ordered by highest average Goodreads rating first: The Decline of Black Politics: From Malcolm X to Barack Obama Dictatorship of