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House Democrats are proposing new legislation that would strip Donald Trump of benefits and honors usually bestowed upon former presidents.
If the bill becomes law, all presidents impeached twice would be banned from having federal funds go toward statutes or other commemorations. It would also ban Donald Trump from receiving an official burial in Arlington Cemetery.
House Bill 484, called the “No Glory for Hate Act,” is clearly aimed at Donald Trump and no one else. Democratic Rep. Linda Sanchez of California filed the bill.
The bill would also strip Trump of his pension, a provision for a post-presidential staff, and travel expenses.
Such a bill is nothing more than an attempt to exact vengeance on a political foe. Trump survived two impeachment trials because the accusations against him couldn’t stand. Now, liberals want to punish Trump for the rest of his life.
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During the two years that followed the 2008 crisis, America went through the worst recession since the Great Depression.
And throughout that same two-year timeframe when most Americans struggled to regain their footing, trading expert Andrew Keene found a unique way to make millions…
This “code” let him see when the hedge funds and investment banks were making incredibly lucrative trades.
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After a deadly storm swept through Texas, Jim McIngvale’s Houston furniture store was packed — but not with shoppers. McIngvale, who goes by Mattress Mack, is known for opening his furniture stores’ doors to those in need. So when a snowstorm left Texans without power or heat in the frigid cold, Mattress Mack invited hundreds in.
“Least we could do is open this furniture store to let people come into a warmer place,” Mattress Mack told local reporters.
And it’s not the first time Mattress Mack has helped people during natural disasters. In 2017, he transformed some of his Gallery Furniture stores into shelters after Hurricane Harvey. And he did the same in 2005, when many fled Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina.
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