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Monday, November 24, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘Virginia’

Obituary: David “Wayne” Harris

David “Wayne” Harris, 78, of Berthoud passed away on May 11, 2014 in Berthoud, CO. Wayne was born on November 15, 1935 in Fincastle, Virginia to Russell and Naomi (Rucker) Harris. He grew up in Fincastle and graduated from Fincastle High School. On July 28, 1969, Wayne married Kaye Short in Goodland, Kansas. Wayne spent time as a truck driver before working as a Pipeline Superintendent in the late 1970’s for the Dale Bruntz Construction Co. and the Kelran Construction Co. for over 20 ... Full Story

Lies and Election Fraud, Republicans of course

  TalkingPointsMemo.com           Republicans Disavow Man Nabbed In Voter Form Destruction Ryan J. Reilly October 19, 2012, 2:35 PM 20209The Pennsylvania man arrested in Virginia on Thursday for allegedly throwing completed voter registration forms into a dumpster was released overnight on a $3,000 bond and scheduled to be back in court the day before the election. Colin Small, a 23-year-old from Phoenixville, Pa., is ... Full Story

The GOP War On Women In One Simple Quote Graphic

The GOP War On Women In One Simple Quote Graphic

  From Moveon.org Remember the GOP cry for ‘JOBS!’ back in 2010? Yeah, that.   Source. Note, he is being sarcastic here!   Editor’s note: To even further clarify, here is the context of the quote, from the Baltimore Sun article linked above: “Nothing says jobs like transvaginal probes,” O’Malley said, referring to the controversial legislation backed by VA Gov. Bob McDonnell, a Republican, that would have required some women to undergo the invasive ... Full Story

Ultrasound, War, Women and Death

Ultrasound: About truthfulness in our public notices By Michael N. Nagler for PeaceVoice Coming as it did in time for International Women’s Day, the decision of legislators in Virginia, to require women seeking an abortion to undergo a vaginal probe and see ultrasound images of their unborn infants has aroused considerable outrage. And controversy.  Some (mostly Democrats) see it as an invasion of women’s privacy, if not technically a kind of rape, while others (mostly Republicans) ... Full Story

GOP: Ladies Keep Your Legs Shut

GOP: Ladies Keep Your Legs Shut

  In four articles today and three yesterday, Care2 takes aim at what it considers an attack by the GOP and clergy on women's rights. Jessica Pieklo's anger is palpable in her  articles in todays issue. Ladies keep your legs shut is of course precipitated by Rick Santorum's funder Foster Friess's comments about using Bayer Aspirin as a birth control pill. In typical "good-ole-boy" fashion he seems clueless that anyone, expecially women, should be offended by his insensitive remarks. ... Full Story

On This Day: December 15, 1791

On This Day: December 15, 1791

The Bill of Rights becomes law On this day in 1791, Virginia becomes the last state to ratify the Bill of Rights, making the first ten amendments to the Constitution law and completing the revolutionary reforms begun by the Declaration of Independence. Before the Massachusetts ratifying convention would accept the Constitution, which they finally did in February 1788, the document's Federalist supporters had to promise to create a Bill of Rights to be amended to the Constitution ... Full Story

Bagged salad greens recall

Bagged salad greens recall

Toss That Salad...Out! Salmonella Concerns Prompt Bagged Greens Recall A finished package of spinach tested as likely tainted with salmonella in Washington, and bagged greens-maker Taylor Farms has issued a voluntary, precautionary recall of 3,265 cases of several of their salad blends. Taylor Farms has nine processing plants in the U.S., including three in California, and one in Mexico. They are based in Salinas, California. The salads are sold under various brand names including ... Full Story

Empty Stocking Fund: Berthoud residents get help

Empty Stocking Fund: Berthoud residents get help

Empty Stocking Fund: Berthoud residents receive help from nonprofit Berthoud residents receive help from nonprofit By Shelley Widhalm Loveland Reporter-Herald LOVELAND — If Berthoud resident Virginia Durst is not caring for her husband, Tom, who is on dialysis while awaiting a kidney transplant, she is caring for her 83-year-old mother

This Week in College Football History: Nov. 29 –

This Week in College Football History: Nov. 29 – Dec. 5

As part of an ongoing series throughout the fall, The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame posts This Week in College Football History, which takes a look back at some of college football's landmark moments over the last 141 years. FEATURED MOMENT: December 5, 1992- In the first-ever SEC Championship Game, 2010 College Football Hall of Fame inductee coach Gene Stallings led second-ranked Alabama past College Football Hall of Famer Steve Spurrier and ... Full Story

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