Loretta Lynch to be sworn as first African-American female attorney general

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Moving forward

Originally posted on WQAD.com:

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WASHINGTON (CNN) — The highly politicized five-month battle to choose President Barack Obama’s next attorney general came to a close Thursday when the Senate finally voted to confirm Loretta Lynch. The 56-43 vote makes Lynch the first African-American female attorney general in U.S. history.

Lynch will be sworn in Monday, a White House official told CNN on Friday.

But the delay of her nomination neared record-breaking proportions. Republicans leading the Senate refused to bring her nomination up for a vote until Democrats cut a deal on abortion language in an unrelated bill. That legislation passed Wednesday, setting up Thursday’s vote and ending the latest partisan Washington standoff.

Ten Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, joined Democrats. Texas GOP Sen. Ted Cruz was the only senator not to vote.

Obama tapped Lynch to replace Attorney General Eric Holder in November and her nomination cleared the Senate Judiciary Committee…

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Nobody on Hillary Clinton’s staff read her ‘personal’ emails before they deleted them

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This what I’m talking about. How can you get away with something like this or make some excuse that is valid only to the “guilty” one? I guess. How can everyone forget about that one loophole that no one knew. It wouldn’t be such news if it wasn’t suspect in the first place.

Originally posted on America's Watchtower:

hillary66 Hillary Clinton admitted that roughly 30,000 of the emails she sent from her personal email server while performing State Department business were deleted because they were personal in nature and were unrelated to official business. I do not doubt that this is the case in some circumstances; it would be hard to believe that she did not use this server for personal reasons and I think even the biggest Clinton hater would have to admit this. 

  We just have to trust her when she says no official government emails were deleted and that is where I have a problem, especially with the new revelation that nobody actually read the so-called personal emails before they were deleted.

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Made it to another post for this week.  We live in such a backward ass country.   I”m starting to wonder where we are heading as a nation.  I just can’t make sense of how this place functions.  I truly want to see people wake up from this fantasy and realize that things have to change.  Change for the better.  Change that helps everyone.  There are so many issues going on in America and the world that I have to step back and just observe.  Observe what is happening…Observe where we went wrong….Observe how we can get to a better place….

I have my personal opinions along with everyone else of how we need change and should change.  Now is a time for action. Time for moving forward.   Time to stop talking and time to start doing.  This is the only way.  More than 50 years ago we fought for rights with a small amount of people to rally the rest.  Now we we have more than enough to stir not only the masses but the ones who feel they are in charge.  In a sense the minority is the majority..and once we all realize it there will be no stopping us… MOVING FORWARD TODAY

Comic Book Girl

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Great read…

Originally posted on Donalyn Miller:

While I was out of town last month, our 16-year old daughter, Sarah, had a reading emergency. She told me the story over dinner when I came home, “Mom, my English teacher assigned us an independent reading project.”

I leaned in, whole body listening, “Hmm. What are the guidelines for the project?”

Once a teacher, always a teacher. I can’t help it. I wanted to know how “independent” this independent reading project was.

Sarah ticked off the requirements, “It has to be a book we haven’t read…”

We’re good so far. That’s a reasonable expectation.

She continues, “The book has to be 200 pages long.”

Whew, The Catcher in the Rye just makes the cut at 224 pages. Sorry, Of Mice and Men, you’re too short. Arbitrary rules like this one communicate to kids that teachers think students are lazy and hate to read, and they go for the…

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MovingForward2day

It has been a while since my last post and I apologize for that.  This blogging is a hard job to do and keep up with consistently.  I commend those that I follow and don’t follow that make that commitment to keep their name constantly in that loop.  I’ve been listening and learning to soak up that information that only comes from experience.  Not everything can be learn from a book!  But I have done some soul searching and figuring out where this thing we call life is leading me.  It’s a never ending process but at some point you have to make a commitment towards what you want to accomplish in the end.  BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND!  I have heard this a lot lately from a variety of people with very different backgrounds. So it must be something to it.  I’m focusing on where I want to be in the future and working towards that path.  I have made that commitment to myself.  I know where I want to be now I have to do the hard work to achieve it.  I have plan my small achievements to build towards that big reward in the end.  With all that said, the time is now to move forward..  today…