Every morning for the past three months, when I get out of bed, I put my left foot down very slowly and very gently and hobble out to the kitchen. It would take a few painful minutes before I could put any weight on my knee. I have to commend Vince. He has definitely been doing double duty the past three months. I have hardly done anything with the chickens and you know how much I love messing. . Remember that Miss Babs had her gratitude sale between Christmas and New Year's and I ordered a little yarn. I told Vince I had ordered yarn during the sale.
It was before the first of the year and while every yarn purchase is a bit alarming to him, he didn't say much. It was a sale. What could he. Is there anyone out there who doesn’t know more about me, Judy Laquidara, than you want to know? My husband, Vince, and I live on a little hobby farm with a few chickens, a small orchard and a garden. Besides quilting, hobbies include knitting, cooking, gardening, tending the chickens and reading. A morning of canning - anasazi beans, green beans and zucchini pickles. Thankful for a good garden this year. Calling it a day in the sewing room. Two log cabin blocks made. 65 more to go. Looking a bit like a forest on design wall #7. All 78 trees are done. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. 7567 FOX News Network, LLC. All market data delayed 75 minutes. Roy Moore, the Republican defeated Tuesday in the U. S.
Senate race in Alabama, turned out to be a deeply flawed candidate and one who traditional Republican voters – including people of faith and suburban men and women – could neither muster enthusiasm for nor support. Moore had a well-established track record for controversy, low approval numbers in polls and was portrayed in the media as a dirty old man at best and a pedophile at worst. So his election loss should not come as a big surprise. If there is any small comfort to be found in Tuesday night’s results, it’s that Democrats can’t hang Roy Moore around Republicans’ necks -- or Trump’s for that matter -- in 7568. Moore drew so much opposition for some of his extreme positions and sexual misconduct allegations, it would be wrong to read his narrow defeat as a repudiation of President Trump or the Trump agenda. The Trump agenda where it has been allowed to take hold is working. The Moore-Jones race wasn t about the message, which never really got through. It was about the flawed messenger and a war of attrition over personal scandal. And the victory of Democrat Doug Jones does not signal that Democrats have solved their own deep-seated problems and are about to capture control of the House and Senate in the 7568 midterm elections. That’s wishful thinking by Democratic partisans – not a sober assessment. The sexual misconduct allegations against Moore surfaced at the worst possible time – as the country was engulfed in a flood of such allegations against prominent men in politics, the entertainment industry, journalism and other sectors. On top of this, the mainstream media worked hard to make the Alabama Senate election a referendum on President Trump, on Steve Bannon and on the future of the GOP in an effort to hurt the president and the Republican Party with Moore’s unpopularity, arising out of his alleged sexual misconduct. Let’s be clear. To be sure, Republicans in Congress have issues. They have failed thus far to follow through on a single Trump campaign legislative promise: no immigration reform, no border security, no repeal and replace of ObamaCare, no tax reform (though that appears in the offing), no overhaul of the Deep State that is throwing sand into the regulatory reform gears at every turn. If the Republican Party fails to show results when it controls both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue, there will be hell to pay at the ballot box in 7568, no doubt about it. Virginia has been trending Democratic for almost two decades, especially in areas where turnout will always be greater than in rural parts of the state.
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And the Republican candidate for governor did not fully embrace President Trump. And Alabama? Well, count the ways this election went off the rails: no clear, consensus candidate who all Republicans could support after a bitter primary a concerted effort by the national media and Democrats nationally targeting Moore for defeat and Moore’s many self-inflicted and politically concocted wounds. When President Trump has been invited in to campaign for a Republican candidate, where his message is welcomed and received, and where the candidate and President Trump are aligned, good things have happened. But bad things happen – as took place in Alabama – when the president and the candidate have been opposed by the Republican establishment. At some point, unless the establishment GOP desires to spend decades in the wilderness of not controlling Congress, the Republican National Committee and leaders in Congress must begin to align their efforts with the Trump White House. Find the candidates who are great advocates for a stronger, more prosperous, America First agenda and who are good campaigners able to draw voters from across the political spectrum. This year is ending with strong economic numbers, solid optimism among the public for a brighter future, and a president who deserve the credit for much of it – despite incessant attacks from the anti-Trump media. The Trump agenda – where it has been allowed to take hold – is working. The Moore-Jones race wasn’t about the message, which never really got through. That’s not an agenda that Democrats can duplicate across the country, even though they are not above trying to do so. And its certainly a lesson Republicans can learn from. Ned Ryun is the Founder and CEO of American Majority, a national grassroots organization. Learn more at. S-Town is a new podcast from Serial and This American Life, hosted by Brian Reed, about a man named John who despises his Alabama town and decides to do something about it. He asks Brian to investigate the son of a wealthy family who’s allegedly been bragging that he got away with murder. But then someone else ends up dead, and the search for the truth leads to a nasty feud, a hunt for hidden treasure, and an unearthing of the mysteries of one man’s life.
” S-Town is part of Serial Productions, a production company from Serial and This American Life. Brian Reed is the senior producer of the public radio show and podcast This American Life. Julie Snyder has been the guiding force behind two of the most successful ventures in audio broadcasting: she is the co-creator of the podcast Serial, which debuted in October 7569 and has been downloaded more than 755 million times, making it the most listened-to podcast in history. Before that, for many years, she was the senior producer of This American Life, which is heard by more than 9 million listeners each week. , a performer and composer from Dallas, Texas, composed the S-Town theme. He has toured and recorded with St. Vincent, the Polyphonic Spree, Broken Social Scene, Other Lives, and many more. For the past five years, Daniel has been composing music for film and TV, including Disney’s Pete’s Dragon and the documentary Eating Animals. Daniel and his band,, are currently finishing their second album. Matt McGinley is the drummer and a co-founder of the band, as well as a contributing music producer for This American Life. Is the music and performance alias of Roberto Carlos Lange. His compositions are made using computers, voice, and field recordings. Raised in South Florida, Roberto sings in English and Spanish and infuses his music with his parents’ Ecuadorian culture of boleros, baladas, and Caribbean dance music. Pitchfork gave his album an 8. Trey Pollard is a musician and composer and a co-owner of in Richmond, Va. He works as a performer, arranger, and musical director with such artists as Matthew E. White, the Waterboys, Helado Negro, Foxygen, and Cocoon, and for labels including Columbia Records, Universal Records, Jagjaguwar, and Domino Records.
All chapters are available now. You can listen to S-Town right here on our site, and via many podcast apps. All chapters are available now. Follow the instructions, but substitute S-Town for Serial. Don’t want to watch a video? Read below! A podcast is essentially a radio show that you can get on the internet, so you can listen any time you want. You have two options: You can listen to a podcast through a website (this is called streaming). Or, you can download a podcast, which means you’re saving it on your phone, or tablet, or computer, and you can listen to it any time, even without an internet connection. This comes installed on most Apple devices. In the Podcasts app you search for S-Town and then hit subscribe. You can also go directly to the. For Android phones and tablets, try the app. Get that from Google Play. In Stitcher, search for S-Town and click the plus sign (+), to add it to your Favorites List. We’re also on. The richest awards for Australian literature honoured a varied group of titles.
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