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DHS: Cindy Hayden, lobbyist for Altria, a giant tobacco company. State: Jim Carafano, vice president at the conservative Heritage Foundation and, according to its website, “a leading expert in national security and foreign policy challenges.” Intelligence: Ronald Burgess, a retired Army lieutenant general who served as deputy director of national intelligence from 2005 to 2007 during the George W. Bush administration, and for a month in 2009.
But riders face confusion trying to discern what is legal. In Ohio, for instance, you can’t wear earplugs, but South Dakota, on the other hand, has no earplug law on the books. And in Maryland, only custom ear plugs or molds are allowed. Trump swore that he would not repeat the errors of the past. Presidents got worthless agreements in 1994 when “Pyongyang committed to freezing its illicit plutonium weapons program in exchange for aid” and again in 2005 when North Korea “pledged to abandon ‘all nuclear weapons and existing nuclear programs’ and return to the Non Proliferation Treaty.” The bland statement that Trump obtained seemed almost identical to these past, useless agreements with vows to undertake “complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula” and commit to a “lasting and stable peace.” That sounds like the same pablum we’ve gotten before. The difference here is that Trump removed North Korea’s stigma as a pariah state, and for good measure, decided to discontinue joint war games with Seoul, which are an “irritant” to the North Koreans.
Polly Ernest was going to be recovering in hospital from donating a kidney to her husband, Roger: “Unfortunately, the powers that be decided to cancel the operation as there was still a shadow of doubt over Roger’s health. I was admitted on Sunday via A+E with acute shoulder and neck pains and have spent the last three days flat on my back. Talk about the best laid plans.”.