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House Republicans stage rebellion over mask rules

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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is urging his party to oppose a bipartisan commission to investigate the Jan. 6 insurrection. But a rebellion within the party is growing ahead of Wednesday’s vote.

Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), who was standing nearby, could also be heard shouting to another member in jest: I can’t “hear” you with your mask on. Massie was one of the lawmakers who helped organize the protest, sources said.

Earlier in the day, Rep. Brian Mast of Florida stood up during a GOP conference meeting and told his colleagues that he’s “done” wearing masks and will refuse to wear them on the House floor going forward, even if it means being fined, according to multiple sources in the room.

Rep. Jaime Raskin (D-Md.) also addressed the GOP group. “I said, ‘if Donald Trump had come out from the beginning and said this is called a patriot mask, and

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Retired Eastern Cape police commander killed during house robbery

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Retired police commander Joseph Jongile.

Photo Credit: Sibongile May/Facebook

  • Brigadier Joseph Jongile was shot dead during a suspected house robbery in East London on Friday.
  • He died after a struggle with one of five armed suspects. 
  • They ransacked his home and fled with valuables worth R80 000, including his firearm.  

The retired head of the Eastern Cape police’s Operational Response Services division, Brigadier Joseph Jongile, was shot dead during a suspected house robbery at his Baysville home in East London on Friday night. 

Jongile also served in the ANC’s armed wing, uMkhonto we Sizwe.

He died after sustaining two gunshot wounds during a struggle with one of five armed robbers, who broke into his McJannet Drive home at 21.50 on Friday. 

After Jongile was gunned down, his wife and children were tied up, and the house was then ransacked.

Valuables worth R80 000 were stolen during the incident.

Jongile’s

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What the House should quickly do if the January 6 commission fails in the Senate (Opinion)

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should follow through on her willingness to create a select committee in the House to conduct a full and professional investigation of the January 6 insurrection instead. And she should do so quickly.

In January 1987, the House decided to launch an investigation into the most significant presidential scandal since Watergate. Given the magnitude of the investigation and the importance of bringing it to a quick conclusion, the House select committee was given legal powers beyond the usual norms of congressional oversight.

The chair of the select committee had full authority to issue subpoenas, compelling the production of documents and witnesses with the force of law. The committee also took the unusual step of conducting some 250 depositions — sworn testimony under oath — by its staff attorneys. Since the staff was comprised largely of former prosecutors, the witness testimony was analogous to a grand jury … Read More

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Horticulture and Agroforestry Research Center // Hickman House

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The 1819 Thomas Hickman House is a historical Missouri treasure located at the University of Missouri Horticulture and Agroforestry Research Center.

“The most remarkable home in the county and indeed in Central Missouri, is the Hickman House…”

“It was elaborate for its period, very comfortable and spacious. The bricks are well made and of excellent color and carefully laid…”
– The Fayette Advertiser, August 1934

One of Missouri’s oldest intact brick houses, the Thomas Hickman House, was built in 1819 and stands on the property of the University of Missouri Horticulture and Agroforestry Research Center (HARC). The Research Center, located in New Franklin, Mo., encompasses more than 600 acres of scenic Missouri River Hills landscape and contains numerous varieties of fruit and nut trees and horticultural plantings. A highlight of the Research Center is the Hickman House, which depicts important aspects of early 19th century agricultural living in Missouri. The

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Historic Bleak House Knoxville

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    Schedule & Pricing

    Tour Hours

    Regular tour hours are Wednesday, Thursday and
    Friday from 1 to 4 pm. Last tour begins at 3:30 pm. 
    Other times are available by appointment. Closed January
    and February.  Please contact us for more information.

    Tours may be given on other days and at other times upon
    request and are subject to the availability of our tour
    guides and around other events scheduled at the house.

     

    Wedding and event tours are given
    by appointment only.





 


General Information about Bleak House and the Knoxville
Chapter 89, United Daughters of the Confederacy can be
obtained by calling 865-856-9300 or via email through Debra
M.Wilson, President, Chapter 89 at
UDC President
– Weddings Info Contact Rose Manley @ 865-637-6440



 


 


Pricing information:


 


Admission charges are:


 


Adults $10.00


Seniors (65+) $8.00


Students (12 – 18) $6.00


Children (0 – 6) Free of Charge


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


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574 Farrington St, Mountain House, CA 95391 | MLS# 40813314

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  • # of Baths: 3
  • # of Partial Baths: 1
  • # of Fireplaces: 1
  • Gas Burning Fireplace
  • Wall to Wall Carpeting, Laminate Flooring, Linoleum Flooring
  • Garage Door Opener, Water Heater (Gas)
  • 220 Volt Outlet, Breakfast Bar, Counter (Stone), Dishwasher, Garbage Disposal, Gas Range/Cooktop, Ice Maker Hookup, Island, Microwave, Oven Built-in, Pantry, Updated Kitchen
  • 220 Volt Outlet, Dryer, In Laundry Room, Washer
  • Den, Family Room, Formal Dining Room
  • Central A/C (1 Zone)
  • Central Gravity Heating
  • Has Garage
  • # of Garage Spaces: 3
  • Attached Garage, Tandem Parking
  • Sewer System (Public), Water (Public)
  • Existing Construction
  • Wood Siding
  • Tile Roof
  • Sq. Ft. Source: Public Records
  • Parcel #: 254-080-10
  • Solar-Powered Features: Solar Electrical Owned
  • Level
  • Back Yard, Front Yard, Patio, Patio (Covered), Sprinklers (Automatic)
  • 1 Bath, 1 Bedroom, Laundry Facility, Main Entry, No Steps to Entry
  • Directions to Property: mtn hse prkwy to wicklund 2 kenneth 2 farrington
  • Cross Street: kenneth
  • Original Price: $639,000
  • Previous Price:
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Online Menu of Little Pizza House, Thornville, OH

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Hours

COVID-19 Alert: Hours and menu options may be affected due to the COVID-19 corona virus. Please contact the restaurant directly for updated info.

Open Today:

4:00pm-9:00pm
Monday
Tuesday4:00pm9:00pm
Wednesday4:00pm9:00pm
Thursday4:00pm9:00pm
Friday4:00pm10:00pm
Saturday4:00pm10:00pm
Sunday4:00pm9:00pm

Menu

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Additional Dining Info

Delivery
Yes

Payment
Cash and card

Parking
Yes

Good for Kids
Yes

Attire
Casual

Alcohol

Reservations

Price Point

$$
$ – Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ – Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ – Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ – Very Pricey (Over $50)

WiFi
No

Outdoor Seats

Restaurant Description

The little pizza house is a family run business for 20+ years. We only offer pick up and delivery’s.

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Kids’ House :: Welcome

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Welcome

Welcome to the Kids’ House. The Texas House of Representatives
invites you to learn about State Government. There are activities to
help you learn about the People, Process and Places at the State Capitol
in Austin. We’ve invited a few friends to come along.


What’s Inside

This site is broken up into three main sections. The People
section includes information about Representatives, the Speaker of the
House and how the Community can get involved. The Process
section provides an overview of the three branches of State Government,
what goes on in the Chambers and how a bill becomes a law. The Places
section highlights Austin, the Capitol Building and a video tour of the
Capitol.

How to Use

Use the links on the left to go

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Building A House In MN

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Sustainable 9

Sustainable 9

It’s not just a vision for tomorrow: Sustainable 9 Design + Build creates homes for tomorrow today, reflected in its enduring commitment to green, high performance, energy-efficient homes that are stunningly designed and custom-built.

If you’re considering building a house in MN, one of the initial decisions that must be made is timing. Because each home is different and there will be variances in terms of when the home will be completed, it’s important to work with your professional home builder and designer to set up a realistic schedule for each portion of the building process.

In terms of seasons, summer is one of the more popular choices for building a house in MN, however, more people decide to build in the winter than one would think, and spring has some benefits to home construction as well. Between these two seasons, winter and spring, each offers its own

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Infrastructure: Here’s how far apart the White House and Senate GOP are right now

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The two sides are a lot closer than when they started — but remain billions of dollars apart. Biden met Wednesday with Republican Sen. Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, an exchange the White House described as “constructive and frank,” and Republicans are expected to make another counteroffer on Friday.
With only a narrow majority in the Senate, Biden would need votes from key moderates in his party, like West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin, to push through a deal with Democratic votes alone. Manchin has said he wants his party leaders to seriously engage with Republicans and agree on a bipartisan bill.
Biden’s original plan would have cost an estimated $2.25 trillion. He offered this week to bring his price tag down to $1 trillion but wants to ensure it amounts to new funding — not money redirected from spending already approved by Congress as Senate Republicans have been demanding.
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