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Veggin out 
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Looks delicious 
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Chicken Marsala. Tomatoes & Fresh Mozzarella Cheese 
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Very nice
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Garden coming in. 😀
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Don't you love it when you reap the great benefits of your harvest? Looking fresh🍅🍆
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Yea tomatoes and green beans are finally coming in. Squash too. 😝
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Awesome
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The Supreme Court is preparing to destroy freedom of religion wholesale.
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Remember that broken crayons still color.
Remember that broken crayons still color.
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I cheated and went for breakfast. 😝
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Sandie H 😂😂😂so he remember ketchup
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Pistachio ice cream 
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Yes my favorite
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On June 24, the independent news website TruthOut broke a doozy of a story: the Obama Administration has secretly approved over 1,500 instances of offshore hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) in the Gulf of Mexico, including during the Deepwater Horizon offshore spill disaster.
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At first he attempted to block all fracking permits but then they realize that the tidal wave of cash was crashing on Shore he couldn't stop it
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I agree wholeheartedly with +Ishmael Finn. He says it so much better then I could.
 
There was no surprise to Peña-Nieto, Trudeau and Obama 's announcement to strengthen NAFTA at the 2016 North American Leader's Summit in Ottawa. But the plan to participate in the TPP effectively relieves the US Congress of its ability to approve or disapprove of US trade agreements - a function authorized by Congress as written in the US Constitution. The TPP would also regelate trade disputes to courts and jurisdictions outside of the US. In essance, decisions on trade agreements with TPP member states will no longer be under the purview of the US Congress, but those states as decided by the TPP. Twelve countries participated in negotiations for the TPP: the four parties to the 2005 Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement and eight additional countries. All twelve signed the TPP on February 4, 2016 (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-Pacific_Partnership) . The agreement will enter into force after ratification by all signatories, if this occurs within two years. If the agreement is not ratified by all before 4 February 2018, it will enter into force after ratification by at least 6 states which together have a GDP of more than 85% of the GDP of all signatories.

If Congress votes to approve the TPP, we basically nuffify the provision guaranteed by our Constitution to negotiate and decide for ourselves what is in our best interest regarding trade agreements and surrender such authority to foreign entities.

People, this administration is moving at breakneck speed to destroy all vestiges of US economic and physical security and surrender them to entities outside of the US. If we surrender the ability to negotiate and decide what is in its best interest of the United States, we may as well have remained a colony.
Obama suggested that Trump engages in nativism, xenophobia or cynicism -- but not populism
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Today, the ACLJ filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. State Department, demanding that it follow the law and provide key records shedding light on its...
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"It, in a way, reminds me of the Nixon tapes," Woodward continued. "Thousands of hours of secretly recorded conversations that Nixon thought were exclusively his, that he was not going to give them – Hillary Clinton initially took that position: 'I'm not turning this over. There's going to be no cooperation.'"
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