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And, it was like we were having a little party in the "bridal suite" with all of us preparing together.
(During our “hair trial” in advance with Michele, my mom and I were able to get to know Michele, chat, laugh, and share experiences.
The admission shines a light on Blunt’s ties to Monsanto, whose office is located in the senator’s home state.
According to Open Secrets, Monsanto first started contributing to Blunt back in 2008, when it handed him $10,000.
As I reported a couple of weeks ago, a recent Senate bill came with a nice bonus for the genetically modified seed industry: a rider, wholly unrelated to the underlying bill, that compels the USDA to ignore federal court decisions that block the agency’s approvals of new GM crops.
I explained in this post why such a provision, which the industry has been pushing for over a year, is so important to Monsanto and its few peers in the GMO seed industry.
But Clinton supporters say the former first lady must walk a tight rope between courting hard-core progressives and turning off moderates.“I think she will need to find ways to find common cause on policy with Sen. Indeed, the Democratic Party insider told the Washington Times Mrs.
Clinton now is “going home” to her “neoconservative ways” and no longer is interested in chasing the affection of Sanders-supporting liberals.“Everything in the Clinton campaign is driven by polls,” said the source. The former secretary of state has vowed to invest heavily in clean energy if elected president, but she doesn’t support an outright ban on the oil-and-gas drilling technique known as fracking. Sanders supports a full ban on fracking, while Mrs.
(And, my usually-very-straight-hair stayed perfectly curly throughout the entire afternoon and evening!
) One of the reasons I chose Michele was that SHE drove to MY location [about 1.5 hours north] so I wouldn't need to leave my family and friends to drive to a salon 30 minutes away on the morning of my wedding.
I can't emphasize how comforting it was to have HER come to US!