This week, the end of the whale breeding program promised the last generation of orcas in SeaWorld’s care, the Republican field narrowed as the latest primaries knocked out another candidate and President Barack Obama announced his Supreme Court nominee.
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“Ha 5 students when asked why they were protesting couldn’t even answer. The participation medal/micro aggression generation is pretty sad!” Donald Trump Jr. tweeted, resulting in this response: “I think they were protesting your racist father. This isn’t complicated.”
“You are not a ‘unifier.’ You are not ‘presidential.’ You are not a ‘victim’ of the very anger that you’ve joyfully enflamed for months. You are a man who has encouraged prejudice and violence in the pursuit of personal power,” Stanton wrote in a Facebook post.
The candidate ended his presidential run lamenting a political climate that rewarded anger over optimism.
“SeaWorld has been listening, and we’re changing,” the company said in a statement.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, however, said the Senate would not consider a nominee until the next president has been elected. “Let’s let the American people decide,” he said.
Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast of the hit musical “Hamilton” performed the show’s opening number “Alexander Hamilton” at the White House on Monday.
“Broad City,” which is currently in its third season, has become a breakout critical and commercial hit, making feminist comedy icons out of the show’s stars, Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer.
Antiquities Minister Mamdouh al-Damaty says the scan revealed metal and organic masses, signaling that the rooms could contain funerary objects.
“I’ve always seen myself more as a Princess Leia-type (a senator and Resistance general who, unlike the guys, is never even remotely tempted by the dark side),” the senator replied in a fundraising email.
Although the words of the song were originally written in 1861, they were not adopted as the state’s song until 1939.