The first sign was the feeling of tiny blisters through my silk nightgown on awakening. Now, the rash is hot. It itches constantly. Blisters cover my back from neck to hip. It has come early this summer.
The House of Representatives on June 21 passed the 2018 Farm Bill formally known as the HR2-Agriculture and Nutrition Act. It passed on a vote of 213 to 211, without a single Democratic vote. Congressman John Faso voted in favor of it.
It’s not all about the boobs
The House State Government Committee (HSGC) of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives held hearings on June 11 on the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC). If there was any doubt at the beginning of the hearing, called to order by Chairman Daryl Metcalfe (R-12th) and opening with remarks by Rep.
Mort Malkin’s Gadfly: Our origins in ancient history
Jews and Palestinians are both Semitic people — originally from the Arabian (not necessarily the Saudi Arabian) desert.
Bang! Boom! Smash! The loud racket at the front of the train car broke the tranquility of my staring peacefully out the window. It seemed that one of the duffel bags had rolled off the overhead rack, landing on the head of its owner and his three companions.
With two high-profile celebrities completing the act of suicide within a short span in recent weeks, the public consciousness has been raised to the epidemic of suicide and how even the most seemingly well-adjusted and successful individuals may be dealing with mental health issues that are never brought to light.
Vote in this important primary
A note to my fellow Democrats and would-be-Democrats about the upcoming New York primary for 19th Congressional District candidates on Tuesday, June 26:
Next Tuesday, June 26 is primary day for Democratic Congressional Candidates in New York.