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User Name: Robert Mandava
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Joined: Thursday, October 29, 2015
Last Visit: Friday, September 27, 2019 4:06:36 PM
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Topic: Earthquake hits in Mozambique.
Posted: Saturday, December 22, 2018 3:27:37 AM
Topic: Earthquake hits in Mozambique.
Posted: Saturday, December 22, 2018 3:25:16 AM
At 7hrs 40 minutes of today 22 December 2018 the earthquake hits in Mozambique , in the district of Mossurize . And crecked down more houses in difference places. Until now the earthquake will continue to destroy some houses and properties of people . Sad>war stop in Mozambique and earthquake coming in Mozambique.
Topic: a scolding-to scold
Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 2:03:07 PM
Tara2 wrote:
What is the difference between 'a scolding' and 'to cold' ?
"Lecture speech or planned talk; a scolding; to scold"
Topic: Man at yogurt shop doing his job asked to leave for being black.
Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 1:56:46 PM
Oscar D. Grouch wrote:
'Unwanted subject': What led a Kirkland yogurt shop to call police on a black man

Byron Ragland is a court-appointed special advocate and a visitation supervisor. He was overseeing an outing between a mother and her son at a frozen-yogurt shop when two police officers showed up and asked him to move along.

It's 2018 folks! It's high time to get over your prejudiced fears!
Topic: Good night?
Posted: Sunday, August 5, 2018 4:54:14 PM
Good night to you all?
Topic: Hello to you all
Posted: Saturday, May 5, 2018 4:15:28 PM
Topic: Hello to you all
Posted: Thursday, May 3, 2018 11:10:18 AM
Thanks FounDit
Topic: Hello to you all
Posted: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 12:02:10 PM
I,hope you're all ok.
Topic: Mozambique - President sets three elections for 15 October 2019.
Posted: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 12:30:15 PM
The president of Mozambique , Fillipe Nyusi,announced on Wednesday that the legislative, presidential and provincial elections would be held on 15 October 2019 . The date was chosen following a proposal from the National Elections Commssion and having heard from the Council of state . The latest election cycle starts this year with local elections on 10 October. Source:Lusa.
Topic: Fact check of the US State of the Union speech
Posted: Friday, February 16, 2018 1:32:54 AM
progpen wrote:

First and foremost it was an opportunity for the current occupant of the White House to sell 'naming rights' for the State of the Union Speech. On the Monday before the speech, the president's reelection campaign rolled out a gimmick to sell naming rights to the State of the Union. Donors could pay to see their names float luminously over the "Official Donald J. Trump for President livestream" of the State of the Union. The sales pitch read: "This is a movement. It's not about just one of us. It's about ALL of us. Which is why your name deserves to be displayed during Tuesday night's speech" – all for the low, low donation of $35.

Tonight, I call upon on all of us to set aside our differences, to seek out common ground, and to summon the unity we need to deliver for the people. This is really the key. These are the people we were elected to serve.

Despite the president’s call for unity, he has done little to bring the country or the parties together. The country is as divided as it ever has been in modern times. Polling shows about 40 percent of the country strongly disapproves of the president, and a solid percentage strongly approves of the president. Trump’s approval rating overall is the lowest of any modern president at the same time in their presidency. It is low and yet remarkably stable, because of a hard-core base, described by a rival Republican primary campaign manager at a post-election panel at Harvard as made of “titanium.” And Trump has done little to reach out beyond that base, in policy or rhetoric. In fact, by a 2-to-1 margin (61 to 32 percent), Americans say Trump has divided the country since his election, according to a recent NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll.

In our drive to make Washington accountable, we have eliminated more regulations in our first year than any administration in history.

It’s true that the Trump administration has steadily tried to roll back regulations, but there is no clear way to measure his success – regulations are made through a messy process of rule-making, budgets, court cases, Congress and enforcers. Past presidents and Congress massively deregulated airliners and trains in the 1970s and 80s, and Ronald Reagan tried to use budgetary measures to neuter regulations without necessarily battling to erase them completely.

According to the Office of Management and Budget, Trump has withdrawn fewer regulations in his first year than Bill Clinton, George W Bush or Obama did during their presidencies. Earlier this month, the White House claimed that the Trump administration “withdrawn or delayed 1,579 planned regulatory actions”; according to the OMB, Clinton withdrew 1,824; Bush 2,632; and Obama 1,814.

Nor does ordering regulations gone actually erase those regulations. There is a complex review process behind regulations to make sure they fit with laws, and Trump’s attempt to repeal environmental rules, for instance, have landed him in court.

The Trump administration has, however, has worked with Congress to use an obscure 1996 law, the Congressional Review Act, to rescind more than a dozen rules enacted late in the Obama administration. The law had only been used once before.

Trump claimed victories in wars nobody knew we'd been fighting.
"We have ENDED the war on American Energy" declared Trump, adding: "We are now very proudly an exporter of energy to the world." Trump failed to note that the four-decade ban on oil exports was lifted by his predecessor, Barack Obama. Elaborating on the alleged armistice, Trump also insisted: "We have ENDED the War on BEAUTIFUL, CLEAN COAL."