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On this day 70 years ago, Harry Truman received one of the most important letters of all time. For this week’s “Just the Facts” we take a look at a letter sent from the Secretary of War on April 24, 1945. 

Harry Truman had been President all of 13 days following Franklin Roosevelt’s death when he received a letter from Secretary of War Henry Stimson about a “highly secret matter” that had a large “bearing on our present foreign relations.” During the 82 days Truman had served as Vice President, he had been kept out of FDR’s inner circle on many issues concerning World War II. 

Stimson’s secret that he felt the President “ought to know about…without much further delay” would have a major impact on the end of World War II--it was the Manhattan Project.

via: US National Archives Education Facebook Page

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Perfect. Though that kid on the bottom looks like he enjoys his consoles with a nice glass of Chianti.... >_>
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#Chavismo  Hey, I bet Mika Brezinski is happy about it!
 
McDonald's has run out of French fries in Venezuela. Seriously. http://nydn.us/13Yhcf9

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No. It's not a ban on hoodies.
 
Hoodies now make you a criminal.. 
OKLAHOMA CITY,Okla.-The cold Oklahoma weather has many sporting hoodies outside to help fight the cold, but wearing a hood in a public place could soon be against the law. The idea of banning hoods...
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Never get tired of seeing that Celtics fan face-palming after Duncan's shot XD
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Awesome Millennial-centric video from +Marco Rubio 
 
Millions of Americans turned to Google last week for information about my background with questions like "What religion is Marco Rubio?" and more. Watch my answers in this new video.
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Quite possibly the greatest Mexican stand-off ever.
 
When the strongest Pokémon on your team faints
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Despite my fandom for Marco Rubio, I still have one reservation that I think is significant.

Rubio has everything a candidate needs to win: looks, background, solid ideology, can articulate said ideology extremely well, avoids stupid gaffes, and likable across a multitude of demographics. 

What concerns me is that this is how Obama was able to win. Which isn't necessarily a bad comparison! Obama was able to solidly win 2 elections on the above traits. The problem is what happened afterwards.

The question remains is can Rubio put his words and policies into action. As President, does he have the capability to garner influence and power to push a legislative agenda forward? It has been abundantly clear that while Obama is able to win elections and to some extend public support for same, he is and has been woefully incompetent at pushing a legislative agenda forward (hence his resorting to extra-Constitutional Executive Actions).

I haven't see the evidence that Rubio is different in this regard. This is not to say that he isn't capable as President. But it remains to be see how he will be able to realize conservative ideals against a likely hostile Congress.
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Despite my fandom for Marco Rubio, I still have one reservation that I think is significant.

Rubio has everything a candidate needs to win: looks, background, solid ideology, can articulate said ideology extremely well, avoids stupid gaffes, and likable across a multitude of demographics. 

What concerns me is that this is how Obama was able to win. Which isn't necessarily a bad comparison! Obama was able to solidly win 2 elections on the above traits. The problem is what happened afterwards.

The question remains is can Rubio put his words and policies into action. As President, does he have the capability to garner influence and power to push a legislative agenda forward? It has been abundantly clear that while Obama was able to win elections and to some extend public support for same, he is and has been woefully incompetent at pushing a legislative agenda forward (hence his resorting to extra-Constitutional Executive Actions).

I haven't see the evidence that Rubio is different in this regard. This is not to say that he isn't capable as President. But it remains to be see how he will be able to realize conservative ideals against a likely hostile Congress.
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I think he got it cleared up, but you know how those things are. He was seen as a rising star so the left had to get him early. 
Plus former Governor Crist was out for blood. Of course, now we know why. 
http://global.nationalreview.com/article/229602/crist-rubio-and-credit-cards-robert-costa
Update on the over all issue: 
http://global.nationalreview.com/corner/200096/feds-arrest-crists-man-florida-gop-daniel-foster
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I was quoted in a article NOT ABOUT POLITICS!
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I gotta get out of this habit in PvP.
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Excellent Envrionment. Really enjoy the aesthetic inside, bar setting, and the variety of seating options available. The waitstaff and bartenders were all nice, helpful, and friendly, with an excellent beer selection. The food so far has been pretty good, although the calamari was too salty for my tastes. The service could be faster, however. Food takes longer to come out than what I'm used to at other pubs with similar traffic.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent rooms, free Internet, free breakfast, and two comped drinks at happy hour.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Great food, great service. I come here almost every week during work lunch and the workers practically know us on a first name basis a this point!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great atmosphere. A little pricey, but the beer is excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Good Japanese/Chinese food, decent prices, but terribly slow delivery service. Expect at least an hour before your food arrives, and hope it's still hot.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I first heard about this bar online and decided to try it out. Instantly became a favorite. The sheer amount of beer selection is amazing and you can tell from the owners and managers that beer is their passion, which is something to always look for. Oh, and you can buy craft beer to take home with you. The bar pies are a MUST. Very delicious. The bartenders are friendly and knowledgeable about what's on tap. The atmosphere is good, happy hour isn't very crowded, but that could be a good thing depending on your preference. It's definitely one of my favorite bars to go to after work and I'll be frequenting there often.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Bacon. Sundae.
Food: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago