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S. Gardner
Schol Comm Librarian, Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln, student of Info & Tech Mngmt, Univ of Nebraska at Omaha
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S. Gardner 8h
Replying to @NBCNews
Yes!
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Anders Åslund Sep 20
For the record: VP Joe Biden did a stellar work on Ukraine. He had the support of the whole Ukraine community, pressing President Poroshenko to do more for the rule of law & he achieved substantial results. Biden deserves only praise for his work in Ukraine!
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NPR 23h
"The Founders could never suspect that a president would be so abusive of the Constitution of the United States, that the separation of powers would be irrelevant to him and that he would continue...to withhold facts from the Congress," Nancy Pelosi said.
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Beto O'Rourke 22h
Joe is right: There is no bottom. Impeach him.
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Laurence Tribe 19h
If Trump used his power as president to weaken Ukraine’s defenses against Russia until Ukraine would agree to criminally prosecute Biden’s son — he has grossly abused his public trust and is far too dangerous to leave in office for another 15 months
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NPR Sep 20
In an exclusive interview with NPR, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she has not changed her mind on pursuing impeachment, but is ready to change the law to restrain presidential power and to make it clear that a sitting president can, in fact, be indicted.
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Carla Hayden Sep 20
With honor I present the newest U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo, the first Native American to hold this title.Her term kicked off with a standing room only reading and concert.Her poems tells an American story of tradition and loss, reckoning and myth-making
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln Sep 19
In 1884, Botanist Charles Bessey joined the faculty. His vision of the importance of translating science to practice (forming the basis of ) and popularity as a teacher changed the direction of the university. He served three times as interim chancellor.
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bepress Digital Commons Sep 17
Join us for a free webinar, “Faster, Stronger: The Future of Digital Commons” for an exclusive first look at what’s coming to improve your IR. 1 October 2019, 11am EDT/8am PDT.
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S. Gardner Sep 19
Replying to @ucylpay
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U.S. Census Bureau Sep 6
Make sure your state is correctly represented in Congress by helping us take the 2020 Census. Be a Census Taker. Apply online for a temporary 2020 Census job at
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Nancy Pelosi Sep 18
Chief Standing Bear left his mark on our history when he convinced federal courts to recognize Native Americans as “persons within the meaning of the law,” entitled to civil rights. Now, his statue will stand in the People’s House for all to see.
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S. Gardner Sep 18
Replying to @JournalStarNews
I would not like to see the bike lanes scrapped.
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US National Archives Sep 17
Happy ! The original founding document is on permanent display at the Museum at . What does the say? Read a transcription on our website:
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Joyce Alene Sep 17
Article III of the Nixon impeachment of was obstruction of Congress. Lewandowski provided perfect evidence of this by Trump today, with White House Counsel are sitting right behind him. It's hard to resist the rationale for full on impeachment at this point.
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NBC News Sep 17
New York City’s 1,100,000 public school students will be allowed to skip class to participate in global climate strike protests this Friday.
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Laurence Tribe Sep 17
The United States Constitution was approved by the Philadelphia Convention 232 years ago today. That sent it to the States for ratification. A marvelous milestone. Let’s keep it alive!
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US Copyright Office Sep 17
1787, the final draft of the U.S. Constitution was signed by 39 delegates. For ways to inspire your classroom of future history makers, be sure to check out 's annotated guide to our nation's most important document
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S. Gardner Sep 17
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UCL Press Sep 17
How do we break down barriers to co-production with civil society? Read more for free in Urban Multiculture: Convivial Tools for Research and Practice
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