What could be more beautiful and magical than 100 acres of butterflies? I've never heard of this center before, and unfortunately now will likely never have an opportunity to visit it.Of Borders and Butte
Butterflies. Reason.com: https://reason.com/reasontv/2018/07/26/butterflies-and-border-walls
President Trump, who has mocked the science of human-caused climate change, has vowed to increase the burning of coal and said he intends to withdraw from the Paris agreement. And on Sunday in Brazil, the world’s seventh-largest emitter of greenhouse gas, voters appeared on track to elect a new president, Jair Bolsonaro, who has said he also plans to withdraw from the accord.
The report was written and edited by 91 scientists from 40 countries who analyzed more than 6,000 scientific studies. The Paris agreement set out to prevent warming of more than 3.6 degrees above preindustrial levels — long considered a threshold for the most severe social and economic damage from climate change. But the heads of small island nations, fearful of rising sea levels, had also asked scientists to examine the effects of 2.7 degrees of warming.
I don't know if it's true, but I've read it's over a million in debt. That's not a kids in college thing.She has college age kids. I don't blame her for wanting to make some money.
I make almost that much and I couldn't afford to send my kids to a good college. Community college followed by a state school for the final two years, sure. But that's about it.I wonder where she will go work. The government pays her $180k. That's not exactly nothing. That should go a long way towards putting kids through college.
Lots of Nebraskans at that rally.You guys, Trump is speaking in Iowa (a swing state, for those of you keeping track) and just told the audience, "I want to get the hell out of here."
Way to pander to the base, there, Trumpie.
Of course, it was one of the few truthful things he said all night, so....
Her daughter goes to Clemson. Their instate tuition is under $15k. Her son isn't actually in college yet, he's 16.I make almost that much and I couldn't afford to send my kids to a good college. Community college followed by a state school for the final two years, sure. But that's about it.
Of course I live in CA where it takes about 85k to raise a family of four providing the bare minimum.
She could probably make a million a year doing something in the private sector especially if she supplemented with speaking engagements.
I wonder how this will impact on Trump's support base. However the motor industry over the years has probably been subjected to more changes over a lot of other industries. In Australia we don't have a motor industry per se any more due to the companies taking their business out of Australia.Ford is going to layoff workers. Apparently, they are restructuring but they also lost around $1billion due to the tariffs. https://www.nbcnews.com/business/autos/trump-s-tariffs-have-already-cost-ford-1b-now-it-n917756
So I know two people who were there. One had tickets, one stayed outside in the rain watching on the big screen. The one inside - you could have pushed me over with a feather. I never, in a million years, thought D and J were trump supporters. A was supposed to be at a finance meeting and sent me an email this morning saying she wouldn't be there because well you know. I didn't put it together until I got home.So the arena where Trump rally will happen in an hour is currently only half full. And some people lined up this morning at six am. The weather is really shitty right now, but the last time he was here was late December 2015 and it was full.
ETA: It now looks about 3/4 full with a half hour to go. Apparently there is a line outside of people waiting to get in. The arena holds 7000. Let's see what Trump claims during his speech.