“The guy who advocated for amnesty and then ran away when the topic got too hot tells you two things: He’s not a reliable conservative, A, and, B, whenever it gets too hot, Marco turns tail and runs,” he said. “I’m not the least bit concerned that Marco Rubio will hurt me with conservatives. Marco Rubio has work himself to do with conservatives.”.
Braze away! After fluxing the joint and clamping the piece, it’s time to heat things up. In brazing, a metalworker doesn’t apply heat directly to the filler. Instead, he increases the temperature of the base metals until they reach the melting point of the filler.
So you either gotta deal with some cool air or sweat your ass off. There absolutely no in between. Your pick.. Trump and Mr. Kushner had hoped to persuade Mr. Trump to appoint Dina Powell, the deputy national security adviser, as chief of staff. The project was run by the Post’s Julie Vitkovskaya, digital operations/projects director, and Ric Sanchez, social media editor; the Tribune’s digital news editor Elizabeth Wolfe, and the Sun’s audience editor Steve Earley. In a shared Google doc, they planned out tweets, including the timestamps for roughly when each would go out. ET on April 4, almost exactly 50 years since King was pronounced dead and the riots began.
Jewelry designer Tarina Tarantino has reimagined “The Wizard of Oz” now set in downtown Los Angeles, with Kansas nowhere in sight for a catalog called “My Pretty,” which showcases her Oz inspired jewelry collections. And she enlisted some A list help to play the parts. Here, rocker Kelly Osbourne takes on good witch Glinda..
The Supreme Court handed down a little noticed ruling this week, strengthening the Fourth Amendment. Cops can no longer pull you over on some pretext and then essentially arrest you and your car until the drug dogs can show up to give your vehicle a sniff. It’s an unconstitutional search and seizure a ruling that may have a dramatic impact on highway patrols across the country..
For a half century, the statue stood as a silent sentinel in the center of a traffic circle, resolute among the tangle of city boulevards and overpasses, rattling buses and honking cars. In 2006, concerned that automobile emissions were damaging the ancient red granite sculpture, the Egyptian government moved the statue to Giza in anticipation of eventually installing it at the entrance to the Grand Egyptian Museum. Thousands of residents waved and cheered as Ramses the Great, lovingly referred to as “Grandfather,” made a 10 hour truck journey through the streets of Cairo, swaddled in layers of protective foam and suspended in the same metal cage used in the most recent move..