I mean, when they signed the letter, could the 47ers really have expected that respected foreign policy experts would write that Republicans hate Obama more than they hate a nuclear Iran?
“Despite all the obstacles, there’s never been a better time to be born female,” said Clinton. But cautioned, “We’re not there yet.”
Only time will tell whether Noe is a marginal manager that makes women lawmakers unhappy, or whether he can walk on parting waters inside city council chambers
Because the bar is so high to get to wear a badge in places like Aurora, we’re much more inclined to trust rather than verify
In other words: If Iran’s leaders ever want to get paid off for not making a bomb, they should take the deal as offered. I don’t think John Kerry could put it any better.
In any case, I doubt if many votes will change in 2016 because Clinton used a “homebrew email server” — the apparent term of art for the Clinton setup — when she was Secretary of State instead of using a government account
But Fan Fare has always been another animal, and the city knew well before it jumped in with $4 million to send the building to meet its maker.
If you look past the Democratic boycott and past the GOP’s fawning Bibi BFF love-fest and past the regrettable fact of a Joe Biden-free joint session, it was pretty much like any other day at the Republican-controlled Congress. Benjamin Netanyahu certainly fit right in. Like the Republicans, he doesn’t like what Barack Obama is doing. […]
Despite the dishonest rhetoric spread by our opponents, the Gaylord project will be an economic engine for the City of Aurora infusing more than $273 million new dollars into the city each year