Photograph: Zak Bennett/AFP/Getty ImagesAfter Donald Trump had exhausted all of his claims of voter fraud and could contrive no more conspiracy theories that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from him, and after his revolving menagerie of legal mouthpieces had all of their motions tossed out of every venue up to the supreme court, and after his reliable enabler, Attorney General William Barr, informed him his accusations were false and he had reached the end of the line, and resigned, Trump came as a last resort to rest his slipping hold on power on his most unwavering defender and ceaseless flatterer, who had never let him down: his vice president, Mike Pence.Nobody was more responsible for fostering the cult of Trump. The evangelical Pence had been Trump’s rescuer, starting with his forgiveness for the miscreant in the crisis during the 2016 campaign over Trump’s Access Hollywood “grab them by the pussy” tape and then over the disclosure of the “Individual One” hush money payoff to a porn star about a one night stand to shut her up before election day AKA “the latest baseless allegations”. Pence was the indispensable retainer who delivered the evangelical base, transforming it through the alchemy of his faith into Trump’s rock of ages.
Here are two local restaurants offering up pub food favourites for takeout, perfect for your next game day at home.(Max Martin/The London Free Press) If you aim to take your traditional game day fare a little upscale, order from Crossing Pub and Eatery on Hyde Park Road. Their chicken wings aren’t overly breaded, their thick cut fries never greasy, and they have a well rounded menu to satisfy everyone. To me, their pulled pork flatbread is the ultimate game day treaty: a thin, crispy flatbread covered in loads of tender, juicy pulled pork, topped with spicy, tangy barbecue sauce, gooey cheddar cheese and fresh green onions.
YRC which operates Big Orange, Lost Forty Brewing, Local Lime, Heights Taco Tamale Co., and ZAZA Fine Salad and Wood Oven Pizza Co., is kicking off the campaign by donating $10,000 (in addition to the match campaign) on Jan. 11 to The Alliance for use in purchasing grocery cards to provide immediate support for Arkansas families in need. This initial donation will provide food and supplies for over 150 Arkansas households..
Yet Another Quick Question. Or Twoby Heather Edgens 8 years agoSo, I understand I can’t publish any content on here that I have used for another site. But can I publish on here first, then carry those articles over to another site? Is that allowed? Cause on the other sites I write for allow me to republish content on them.