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The food and drinks are excellent, and I like the neighborhood vibe of the restaurant. I now understand why so many people have recommended this place to me, and I will be sure to return soon.
I have absolutely no excuse now. I give The Blue Ox my hearty recommendation. I received a media comp for this dinner. Please be advised I was under no obligation to actually review this restaurant and if I chose to review it, I was under no obligation to say anything specific, whether positive or negative, about my experience.
All of this content was solely at my discretion. I will be returning to the restaurant soon, on my own dime, and will definitely report back on any differences I encounter. Charlie Gaeta, general manager and beverage director at The Blue Ox. Because he ditched a job in finance to follow his passion. In the meanwhile, he crafts a killer program that emphasizes small batch distillers and marries the classic with creative, often using homemade vermouths or wood-smoked whiskey.
Favorite Drink to Make: There is something oddly calming about measuring out, stirring and straining this classic. Funniest experience on the bar: I have one customer, a local lobsterman we work with, not to be named, who loves them all.
We use recycled bottles and label them with duct tape and a sharpie. I fill up a quart of iced water, make a double espresso and grab a piece of applewood-smoked bacon off one of the trays in the back kitchen. One customer he wishes he could pour a drink for: Call for a reservation. Watertown — Eat Boston no relation to Eater Boston is hosting its next big event on September 13, Food Trucks Watertown, featuring trucks, a beer garden, and entertainment.
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The aged, oak-y quality is pretty sublime, especially sitting in a port wine sauce with mashed potatoes and grilled asparagus. With National Tequila Day just around the corner, all urbanities should know the juicy lowdown … specialty cocktail scoop, that is. Joonbug has the ultimate roundup prepared for Beantown to throw it down tequila style this Thursday, July 24th. Our list of restaurants will be serving up luscious cocktail specials in honor of the occasion.
It has always had unique characteristics and now saltmakers on the North Shore and the Cape have allies in restaurants and home kitchens who recognize the subtle difference a variety of salt can make on the tongue. The industrious duo headed down to a quiet corner of Salem Harbor, filled a gallon jug of sea water, and set it on the stove to boil. Many hours later, there was salt in the bottom of the pot.
The business partners join the ranks of a small but growing group of srtisan New England saltmakers, including Marblehead Salt Co. All these companies use the evaporation process to make salt, rather than harvesting salt from mines. Developing that flavor came after the entrepreneurs sampled seawater at 20 spots along the North Shore, from Swampscott to Newburyport.
They settled on the waters off Gloucester. They will soon start construction on a production facility in Gloucester, thanks to a recent successful Kickstarter campaign. To create the unique characteristics of his sea salt, Bushell collects seawater from 14 different locations off the Marblehead coast. He learned the 1,year-old process for making delicate flaky salt over eight months spent at an ancient monastery on Mount Athos, on a Greek peninsula. Larger granules make kosher salt both easier to pick up with the fingertips, and to distribute evenly.
And without the additives present in table salt, most notably iodine, kosher salt is often considered to have a cleaner taste. Natural Salt fans, however, including author Bitterman, want to change this widespread preference for kosher salt.
As with many trends, sea salts gained popularity because of their use by chefs. Maldon also appeals to Cassie Piuma, co-owner of Sarma. The Somerville chef adds it to nut and sesame crumbles that top a number of dishes at the Mediterranean tapas restaurant. It elevates the crunch texture as well as adding seasoning. Cooking food in a salt crust keeps the contents moist by protecting them from dry oven heat. The presentation — a whole chicken or fish in a golden brown crust that must be chipped off — is dramatic.
It is the most pure way you are going to eat any fish. Nothing else is influencing it like the flavor of the grills or other things that you are cooking in the kitchen or what else is in the oven with it. It is just totally itself. Preserving lemons in a salt brine is an ancient North African technique. The bright fruits are quartered, generously salted, and tucked into sterilized jars filled with the juices from the fruit.
For an additional layer of flavor, add peppercorns or cinnamon sticks. Pop them into the fridge and in several weeks, they will be transformed into a mild seasoning.
Soaking dried beans in salted water before cooking helps weaken their skins, avoiding the crunchy bean phenomenon. Drain and rinse well before cooking. Some recipes instruct the cook to salt eggplant to draw out the bitter juices. Use the method to soften strands of raw zucchini that will not be cooked, and shreds of cabbage before making slaw. Many cooks add a pinch of salt to every confection to heighten the other flavors. Hawaiians salt pineapple before eating to bring out the sweetness, and other salt melons particularly watermelon , mango, and guava.
The French salt small radishes and eat them with butter. Table salt is mechanically mined, refined salt, usually with added iodine. The most common of the two types of kosher salt is mechanically mined and named for its use in preparing meats according to Jewish dietary laws. Less common are kosher-certified natural salts, such as the one made by Marblehead Salt Co.
Flake sea salt comprises thin, light, dry and crisp crystals that vary in size and shape. This variety, as Maldon Sea Salt, crumbles easily and adheres to cooked food. Solar evaporated, unrefined crystal sea salt is milled to a fine, medium, or coarse grain.
These are most of the sea salts in the world and range from dry to moist, white to gray. Hard crystals with very little moisture, mined sea salt such as Himalayan and Peruvian pink salts, come from deposits on land rather than the ocean. Flavored or blended sea salts contain herbs, spices, citrus, or other flavorings. Sea salt that is either cool-or warm-smoked over a fire to make smoked sea salt is usually brown in color, with the characteristic smoky taste.
The Boston food scene is long on bloggers and social media types angling for their own corner in food-centric Internet circles. But to help you cut through the clutter, we found a few of the local folks whose Twitter, Instagram and other social media handles are especially interesting to us right now.
And since there are many more out there deserving a shout-out, stay tuned as we continue to cast our net for important social media butterflies. Yes, you can learn something through social media — and not just the details of the Kimye wedding. Take a slice of orange rind with as little pith as possible and squeeze it over a lit match over the top of the drink.
This will make the flame flash as the burnt orange essence is splattered into the drink. Rub the rim of the glass with the orange rind and toss it into the drink. Actually, I have, but its medium rare. He seemed the likely grill master, since his Sin Burger applewood smoked bacon, Swiss cheese, and truffle aioli, above has won burger awards. Wait that came out wrong. Meat type is very important. High-quality chuck meat is the base for a great burger, in my opinion.
Eighty percent of my burger is ground prime chuck. It keeps to tradition, and also has the consistency to hold up to high heat on a grill, retaining its moisture and holding together well. Choose a lean to fat ratio of 80 percent—no less than 75 percent and no more than 85 percent.
Ask your butcher to grind what you want for you. The fresher, the better. When mixing the meat, add salt and pepper to the mixing bowl, and also to the finished patty before cooking. This makes a huge difference. When making the patty, try adding egg yolks and chopped shallots to enhance richness and flavor.
Get creative if you like, but remember: Form tight, even patties. Use a mold if available. This will ensure even cooking.
Chill and let meat and fats sit in the fridge for at least an hour after forming patties. Before cooking, let the burgers come up in temperature by removing them from the refrigerator 30 minutes before cooking. Season right before cooking with salt and pepper.
I prefer grilling burgers over high heat to medium rare. As it turns out, we did everything wrong last Sunday. MokSa in Central Square is offering all-you-can-eat sushi event Monday beginning at 5 p. The Boston area is an embarrassment of riches when it comes to food artisans.
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Blue Ox fries them up and serves them with grilled lemon, thyme aioli and aged balsamic. Skip those luxurious big-city steakhouses and head instead to the City of Sin. Oh, and the best part: The smoke adds great depth, complex flavors and intoxicating aromas — not to mention a great little local culinary storyline. You smell the steak before you cut into it. They pack the smoker with ice, which keeps the temperature low and produces a moist steak. Ted Cruz was spotted looking at a photo of Rep.
Beto O'Rourke , his Democratic opponent in the race for a U. O'Rourke is within four percentage points of Cruz. The statement does not include the word "resignation. His contributions are many and significant. We all appreciate his service and wish him well.
The White House's deputy press secretary plans to leave after Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings. Raj Shah has been leading the communications efforts in support of the confirmation process since Kavanaugh's nomination in July. He is the first vice president to address the Values Voter Summit, and last year Trump became the first sitting president to do so. Deborah Ramirez said Kavanaugh exposed himself and shoved his penis in her face without her consent at a dorm party.
Kavanaugh's roommate at the time said he "cannot imagine [Ramirez] making this up" and that Kavanaugh was "frequently, incoherently drunk.
Michael Avenatti tweeted that he represents "a woman with credible information" about Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge, who Christine Blasey Ford alleges was in the room at the time of Kavanaugh's alleged assault. In her letter, Feinstein asked "that the newest allegations of sexual misconduct be referred to the FBI for investigation, and that you join our request for the White House to direct the FBI to investigate the allegations of Ford as well as these new claims.
Ford told lawmakers that "fear will not hold me back from testifying" against Kavanaugh. Meanwhile, Mitch McConnell took to the Senate floor to declare that the Senate will move forward with a vote on Kavanaugh's nomination, accusing Democrats of running "a smear campaign" to derail the confirmation.
Blasey will appear Thursday before a committee of 21 senators for questioning, but no decision has been reached about whether Republicans would use staff attorneys to question Ford about her claim. All the Republicans on the panel are men. Ford's testimony won't change my vote. Graham said he wasn't prepared to "ruin this guy's life based on an accusation. Kavanaugh will turn over calendars from the summer of to the Senate Judiciary Committee that don't list a party matching Christine Blasey Ford's account.
Kavanaugh's team acknowledged that he could have attended a party he did not list. Trump said that if Ford's attack "was as bad as she says," then she would have filed charges immediately. Ben Carson claimed that socialists plotting to take over America are responsible for the recent allegations of sexual assault against Kavanaugh. The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development said the allegations "make perfectly good sense" because "going all the way back to the Fabians" there have been "people who've wanted to fundamentally change this country.
It is no longer has an active chapter in the U. Rosenstein and Trump will meet on Thursday to discuss the deputy attorney general's future at the Justice Department. Rosenstein went to the White House this morning for a meeting where he "expect[ed] to be fired.
Rosenstein has been overseeing Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the election and whether any Trump associates conspired with those efforts. Noel Francisco, the solicitor general, would take on oversight of Mueller's investigation and could fire or limit the investigation. The bad ones, they're all gone. They're all gone," Trump said at a political rally in Missouri.
Trump wanted to fire Rosenstein in order to take Brett Kavanaugh out of the news cycle , according to a source familiar with Trump's thinking. Rob Goldstone said he believes the Trump Tower meeting could have been a set-up by Russian intelligence. Goldstone said Trump Jr. Stone emailed Jerome Corsi nine days after the first batch of emails were published to suggest that Ted "Malloch should see Assange.
The White House is considering an executive order instructing federal antitrust and law enforcement agencies to open probes into Google, Facebook, and other social media companies. A new Trump administration rule would make it more difficult for immigrants to obtain green cards if they legally use public benefits , like food stamps or Medicaid. Millions of immigrants who rely on public assistance for food and shelter could be forced to choose between accepting financial help or obtaining a green card to legally live and work in the U.
Christine Blasey Ford's credibility and contended that if the alleged attack "was as bad as she says, charges would have been immediately filed," adding: Ford to produce law enforcement reports "so that we can learn date, time, and place!
Trump added Brett Kavanaugh is "a fine man, with an impeccable reputation, who is under assault by radical left wing politicians. I go through this with them every single day in D. I have no doubt that, if the attack on Dr. Ford was as bad as she says, charges would have been immediately filed with local Law Enforcement Authorities by either her or her loving parents.
I ask that she bring those filings forward so that we can learn date, time, and place! Susan Collins said she was "appalled" by Trump's tweets criticizing Dr.
Ford for not coming forward sooner with her allegations against Brett Kavanaugh. A few hours before Trump's tweets, a White House official said: That's only, like, another 48 hours right? Ford's conditions in order for her to testify next week about her allegation of sexual assault in the s by Brett Kavanaugh.
Christine Blasey Ford's attorney says her appearance at a hearing on Monday is "not possible" but she could testify later in the week. Ford's lawyer sent a request to top Senate Judiciary Committee staffers asking to set up a call with them to "discuss the conditions under which [Ford] would be prepared to testify next week. Diane Feinstein's office has received threats of bodily and sexual harm against her and her staff as a result of her involvement submitting the allegations against Kavanaugh to the FBI.
Some of the threats name specific employees. Feinstein is the second woman senator, after Sen. Susan Collins, whose office has reported receiving such threats. Supreme Court" despite Ford not yet testifying. The Senate Majority Leader said "We're going to plow right through it and do our job. Rosenstein also discussed recruiting Jeff Sessions and John Kelly, then the secretary of homeland security, to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove Trump from office.
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The Trump Tower meeting occurred six days later. Another Roger Stone associate met with Mueller's federal grand jury. Jerome Corsi is one of at least 11 individuals associated with Stone who have been contacted by the special counsel.
His name has surfaced in connection with WikiLeaks. Russian diplomats tried to help Julian Assange escape the U.
The plan called for the WikiLeaks founder to be smuggled out of Ecuador's London embassy in a diplomatic vehicle and transported to another country — possibly Russia, where he wouldn't be extradited to the U.
He initially tried to divert money from the White House legal defense fund, but Trump's advisers objected over concerns it could appear aimed at stopping the two former aides from cooperating with investigators. Federal immigration officers from July to September arrested 41 undocumented immigrants who came forward to care for undocumented children held in U. An ICE official confirmed that the move to fully vet those who step up to care for undocumented children has served as another opportunity to track down and arrest more undocumented immigrants.
The Trump administration imposed sanctions against the Chinese military for purchasing fighter jets and missile systems from Russia. The purchases breach U. The Chinese government has demanded that the sanctions be withdrawn. Top Democrats promised to investigate Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's business dealings, travels, political activities and industry relations if the party wins back the House in the midterms.
Connolly said there is "rich material here to look into his behavior and his fitness for continued service in the office.
There is a little more than a week to go before a U. Christine Blasey Ford is "prepared to testify next week" as long as senators offer "terms that are fair and which ensure her safety. Trump, in defending Kavanaugh, said it was "very hard for me to imagine anything happened" with Ford because Kavanaugh "is such an outstanding man.
Chuck Grassley said a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing would begin at 10 a. Monday, and gave Ford a deadline of 10 a. Friday to submit prepared remarks if she plans to testify. While Ford has not officially declined the committee's invitation, her attorney has asked for a "full, nonpartisan investigation.
Trump said that investigating Ford's accusation that Brett Kavanaugh covered her mouth while trying to strip her bathing suit off during a high school party in the s "is not really their thing.
While Republican leaders in the Senate have echoed Trump's claim, several officials involved in nomination and background check processes say it's actually common. Dean Heller called the sexual assault allegation against Kavanaugh a "little hiccup" and that he hopes "all senators" will address the accusations "in good faith" so they can "get through this" and "off to the races. Heller is considered the most vulnerable Senate Republican seeking reelection this year.
McCaskill cited Kavanaugh's "positions on several key issues, most importantly the avalanche of dark, anonymous money that is crushing our democracy," as the reason for her "no" vote. McCaskill says Kavanaugh "revealed his bias against limits on campaign donations" and that she is "uncomfortable about his view on Presidential power," as well as his "position that corporations are people. Republicans hold a majority in the Senate and could still confirm Kavanaugh's appointment even if all Democrats oppose his nomination.
The special counsel has focused on Trump's dealings with Russia, including the investigation into collusion with Russia by the Trump campaign to influence the outcome of the presidential election. Mueller's team is also interested in knowing whether Trump discussed the possibility of a pardon with Cohen, who is voluntarily participating in the meetings without any guarantee of leniency from prosecutors. Trump told Spain's Foreign Minister to "build a wall across the Sahara" in order to curb migration from Africa.
When Spanish diplomats pointed out that the Sahara stretched for 3, miles, Trump responded by saying: Jeff Sessions announced new limits on the ability of immigration judges to dismiss deportation cases, saying judges "have no inherent authority to terminate removal proceedings even though a particular case may pose sympathetic circumstances. Florida gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis R is dealing with his campaign's fifth race-related controversy after newly unearthed tweets showed one of his campaign allies using a racial slur to describe Barack Obama.
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A Pennsylvania state representative introduced a bill to ban public school teachers from discussing politics in the classroom. Will Tallman said his bill would stop teachers from discussing "legislation, regulations, executive orders or court cases involving any level or branch of government. The Russia story so far: What we know and what it means. What We've Learned in the Russia Probe: Week of Sept 9 - The Trump Russia Investigation. Everything we've learned so far. The revelation comes months after a similar admission in April concerning an initial 1, children.
Since , HHS officials have called sponsors to check on migrant children 30 days after placements. The department has said it is not legally responsible for children after they are released from government custody. Ford has not yet confirmed whether she will attend a public hearing on Monday. Ford's letter to the FBI says she has "been the target of vicious harassment and even death threats" and has been forced to leave her home. One of Ford's former classmates wrote a Facebook post saying she remembers hearing about the alleged assault by Kavanaugh.
Cristina Miranda King says she has no first-hand information to corroborate Ford's claims. Chuck Grassley canceled a meeting at which members of the Senate Judiciary Committee were expected to vote to advance Kavanaugh's confirmation. The meeting was originally scheduled for Thursday morning.
A new date has not yet been announced. The agencies are expected to submit their documents and propose redactions to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which will package the materials and send them to the White House for approval and release. Doing so would put the agencies in direct conflict with Trump, who has the power to declassify the materials on his own. The Supreme Court refused to intervene and grant an emergency request to stay a ruling by a federal judge in the District of Columbia.
The judge threw out a decades-old FEC regulation allowing nonprofits to keep their donors hidden unless the donations were earmarked for specific purposes. Thirty-six percent of adults surveyed said they oppose Trump's nominee — up six points from a similar poll conducted last month. Thirty-one percent said they were in favor of Kavanaugh's appointment. Trump again lashed out at Jeff Sessions. He criticized the Attorney General on a wide range of issues, including immigration and Sessions' decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation.
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The new low represents a reduction of one-third, from 45, Trump called Kavanaugh "a great gentleman" and expressed concern for Kavanaugh's wife and daughters. South China Morning Post. The Senate passed a short-term spending bill to keep the government open through Dec. The bill was attached to a larger budget package that includes full-year funding for the Pentagon, as well as the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education.
The House is expected to take up the bill next week. Mueller's plea deal with Paul Manafort took unusual steps to prevent Trump from pardoning his former campaign chairman.
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Christine Blasey Ford is a year-old research psychologist in northern California who alleges Kavanaugh and a friend sexually assaulted her in the early s. Kavanaugh says he is willing to answer questions under oath about Ford's allegations. Both Kavanaugh and Ford have said they would be willing to testify to Congress about the alleged incident. Trump has told allies he believes there is a "conspiracy" by Democrats to derail Kavanaugh's nomination process.
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Cory Booker released another batch of confidential documents related to Kavanaugh. The 28 new documents are from Kavanaugh's time in the Bush White House and show his involvement in judicial nominations. Since last summer, the administration has increased by more than five-fold the number of children detained at federally contracted shelters dedicated to migrant children. This month, there were more than 12, children in custody, compared to 2, in May The IG's office, which became interested in the case after one of Long's vehicles was involved in an accident, is looking into whether he misused government resources and personnel during his regular six-hour trips home.
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Almost two hours later, Trump tweeted: For instance, in November he claimed, without evidence, that "thousands and thousands" of Muslims in New Jersey had celebrated the news of the attacks.
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Trump pumped both fists after deplaning Air Force One in Pennsylvania , where Trump paid tribute to victims of crashed Flight The EPA plans to weaken an Obama-era requirement that companies monitor and repair methane leaks, while the Interior Department wants to repeal a restriction on intentional venting and burning of methane by drilling operations.
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Two political action committees based in Maine raised over a million dollars for Sen. Susan Collins nonexistent opponent if she votes to confirm Brett Kavanaugh. The Trump administration is expected to close the Palestine Liberation Organization's office in Washington. Senior Palestinian officials strongly condemned the decision and described it as a "reckless escalation. Trump told Gary Cohn to "just run the presses" and "print money" in order to lower the national debt , according Bob Woodward's new book, Fear: Trump in the White House.
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He is not a hero nor a patriot. He deserves what he gets. The secret meetings involved a Venezuelan military commander who is on the American government's own sanctions list of corrupt officials in Venezuela. Federal prosecutors admitted that they wrongly accused Maria Butina of trading sex for influence with high-level Republicans on behalf of the Russian government. Butina is a Russian citizen who is currently in custody and facing charges of conspiracy and illegally acting as a foreign agent.
Prosecutors acknowledged in court filings that they were "mistaken" in their interpretation of what were apparently joke text messages between Butina and a friend. The Trump administration is expanding U. President Obama curtailed the program toward the end of his term after a series of highly publicized civilian deaths resulted from the strikes. John Bolton will threaten the International Criminal Court with sanctions and other penalties if it proceeds with an investigation into alleged war crimes committed by Americans in Afghanistan.
In the October meeting with the White House communications and press teams, Trump claimed that the "real Russia story is Hillary and collusion. The White House changed its phone policy in a move believed to be in direct response to Manigault Newman's recordings. Staffers will now have to put their White House-issued devices in their offices or in lockers with their personal phones near the West Wing entrances before being buzzed into the Situation Room.
Pence said he would take a lie-detector test "in a heartbeat" in order to prove that he wasn't the anonymous author of the New York Times op-ed.
He also said he is "more than willing" to sit down for an interview with Robert Mueller's team as part of their investigation into Russian interference in the election. Trump promised to "write the real book" about his administration , calling Bob Woodward's new book a "joke. Trump in the White House is "fiction" because it uses "now disproven unnamed and anonymous sources. He added that he's also "looking at" possible legal action against The New York Times, though he did not elaborate.
Trump also denied that he called Sessions "mentally retarded" or a "dumb Southerner," as the book reports. However, Trump is on record calling somebody "retarded" on a Howard Stern episode in , and a former deputy editor at the New York Post said Trump once described his in-laws as "an entourage of dumb Southerners. That is not going to happen," Trump's lawyer said. If negotiations break down, Mueller could be forced to subpoena Trump to testify.
Giuliani previously said they would fight any subpoena up to the Supreme Court, which has never definitively ruled on the question of whether a president can be forced to testify. During a rally in Montana, Trump told supporters that they "aren't just voting for a candidate, you are voting for which party controls Congress.
He added that the "resistance" within the administration is not the right way to stop the "crazy stuff" coming out of the White House. He blamed Republicans in Congress for being "utterly unwilling to find the backbone to safeguard the institutions that make our democracy work" and that Republicans "who know better are still bending over backwards" to protect Trump. George Papadopoulos was sentenced to 14 days in jail, having pled guilty in October to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russians.
In asking for leniency, Papadopoulos said he made "a terrible mistake, for which I have paid a terrible price, and am deeply ashamed," and that he was motivated to lie to the FBI try to "create distance between the issue, myself, and the president.
His attorney said Trump "hindered this investigation more than George Papadopoulos ever did. Papadopoulos "can't guarantee" that he didn't tell anyone on the Trump campaign that Russia had damaging emails about Hillary Clinton. A former Roger Stone associate and longtime Trump ally appeared before Mueller's federal grand jury. Randy Credico is one of at least 10 people associated with Stone who have been contacted by the special counsel.
Trump "most likely" won't "shut down government over border security" after all. Trump has gone back and forth about the possibility of a government shutdown, and recently said he'd prefer to wait until after the midterms because "we need Republicans elected in the midterms.
We are getting the wall done. Wade was "the settled law of the land" in a leaked email he wrote while serving in the George W. A lawyer for Bush deemed the email "committee confidential" when turning it over to the Senate Judiciary Committee, which meant it could not be made public or discussed by Democrats during Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings this week. In the email, Kavanaugh wrote: Wade as the settled law of the land at the Supreme Court level since Court can always overrule its precedent, and three current Justices on the Court would do so.
Kavanaugh's email on Roe v Wade. Did Kavanaugh mislead the Senate on spying and abortion? Booker acknowledged that he would be "knowingly violating the rules" for releasing the "committee confidential" emails, adding: John Cornyn to "bring the charges. Democratic Sen Cory Booker says he will knowingly release confidential documents related to Brett Kavanaugh: Separately, Senator Mazie Hirono published a "committee confidential" email about policies for Native Hawaiians.
In that email, Kavanaugh questioned whether Native Hawaiians should be protected like Indian tribes. The records that Booker and Hirono published had already been cleared for public release , according to Democratic and Republican aides on the Senate Judiciary Committee. During a tense exchange, Sen. Kavanaugh dodged the question, responding: Kamala Harris responded to Kasowitz's statement, saying his denial wasn't "under oath. Just asked Kamala Harris about Kasowitz denial that no one at firm talked to Kavanaugh about Mueller probe.
The op-ed by "a senior official in the Trump administration" who claims to be part of a "resistance" protecting the U.
Aides and outside allies say "the sleeper cells have awoken" and that "it's like the horror movies when everyone realizes the call is coming from inside the house. The Trump administration rejected an intelligence report last year showing refugees are not a significant security threat to the U.
Hardliners inside the White House then issued their own report earlier this year that misstated the evidence and inflated the threat posed by those who were born outside the country.
The Trump administration plans to ignore a court ruling in order to detain immigrant children with their parents indefinitely. The proposed changes by the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Health and Human Services would end the Flores Settlement Agreement, a federal consent decree that banned indefinite detention 20 years ago.
A government photographer edited photos of Trump's inauguration to make the crowd look bigger than it was after Trump intervened. The photographer cropped out the empty space "where the crowd ended" after Trump requested a new set of pictures on the first day of his presidency.
The details were not included in the final report of the Interior Department inspector general's office on its inquiry into the situation. The anonymous official wrote that Trump's "impulses are generally anti-trade and anti-democratic. Trump called it "embarrassing for the country to allow protesters. You don't even know what side the protesters are on. Look at their license? The questions would focus on whether his campaign coordinated with Russia to influence the election.
Mueller still intends to interview Trump in person about questions relating to obstruction of justice at a later date. I added this at the last minute yesterday, but wanted to include more information today.
In fact, when a panicked woman tossed him her purse, he gentlemanly returned it back to her and said "Thank you, madam, but I don't need your money. I only want Wells Fargo's. But it was not to be. On November 3,, he returned to Calaveras County and the site of his first hold-up. Stagecoach driver McConnell, however, was better prepared than most. He had fastened the Wells Fargo box to the bottom of the passenger compartment instead of the expected place beneath the driver's seat.
He also had brought his friend Jimmy Rolleri who had brought his friend--a new Henry rifle just in case he wanted to go "a-huntin. But the box was bolted in a different place and it took far more time to complete the robbery. This gave Jimmy time to return and he took deadly aim at the flour sack. Black Bart had run out of time and luck. Jimmy fired three times, startling the highway man. Wells Fargo detective James Hume and his agents traced the mark through 91 San Francisco laundries to find that the handkerchief belonged to Charles E.
Black Bart, a respectable mining engineer who was staying at Room 40, 37 2nd Street, in San Francisco. Hume had him arrested and in his report recorded that Black Bart was, "A person of great endurance. Exhibited genuine wit under most trying circumstances. Extremely proper and polite in behaviour, eschews profanity.
Reporters swarmed around him when he was released. They asked if he were going to rob anymore stagecoaches. He laughed, "Now didn't you hear me say that I am through with crime? In , the first Wells Fargo shipment was held up on a train. Amazingly the same train was held up at Verdi, Nevada, and again, miles away at Independence, Nevada. All of the men were eventually caught. In , four armed men robbed a westbound stage to Grass Valley, California.
They blew up the safe to get at the treasure. In less than a fortnight, the men were caught by Wells Fargo detectives and local officers. In November , three men robbed a stage near Redding, California.
Aboard was none other than Ben Holladay and his wife. One one was hurt. It was great publicity for Wells Fargo. Wells Fargo was also involved in trying to catch the stage robbers in Tombstone and Bisbee. Wells Fargo and the Railroads Wells Fargo like most of the country envisioned the union of the Central Pacific Railroad and the Union Pacific railroads in the 's in time for the centennial of the United States. Wells Fargo would be changed beyond their expectations by the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad Lloyd Trevis, a lawyer and entrepreneur invested heavily with the Central Pacific Railroad and became a familiar name to Collis Huntington, Leland Stanford, Mark Hopkins and Charles Crocker.
There was a fortune to be made in the hauling of gold on the Central Pacific Railroad upon completion, Lloyd Trevis convinced Charles Crocker to create the express firm, Pacific Union Express and give it sole ownership of the contract to carry mail and gold on the Central Pacific Railroad The express business grew fierce between Wells Fargo and the Pacific Union Express. Thus when the Transcontinental Railroad finally met in , Wells Fargo found themselves out in the cold.
In order for Wells Fargo to obtain the right to haul express on the railroad they had to pay Lloyd Trevis five million dollars for the Pacific Union Express which was a company only on paper. The glory was gone from Wells Fargo, though they still ran feeder lines and went into remote areas. The last run went to Rawhide, Nevada, about The banking part of the business continued on totally independent of the express business and is still alive today as the Wells Fargo Union Trust Company.
In the s, though, Wells Fargo built some special refrigerated cars. Soon they were transporting fresh fish from the Great Lakes to the east. Salmon from Alaska was sent to Boston and New York. They set themselves up at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco as their main entertainment mecca. It was an appropriate meeting place the hotel had been built on Comstock lode money.
Wells Fargo held state dinners and business conferences there. They also held weddings of executives and entertained visitors at the hotel. They even had a secret hideaway in one of the upper floors of the hotel. The final hurrah was the boom at Tonopah, Goldfield, and a few lesser mines of Nevada in Wells Fargo stayed in Goldfield until By that time, the mining was finished and other railroads and cars had come in.
Just a year later, in , was the last attemtped armed robbery of a Wells Fargo train. It was the Sunset Express, held up in Dryden, Texas. Armed men held up the Wells Fargo messenger. The man had to ask the messenger where the gold was kept. This was a clue to the messenger, David A. Troutsdale, that the robber was an amateur.
He grabbed a nearby mallet, and smacked the robber with it, killing him. He then grabbed the man's rifle, leaned out the window and shot the man's helper. Only the banking interests retained the Wells Fargo name. In , Wells Fargo banking interests merged with the Union Trust Company, which still exists today.
Stagecoach Passenger Rules The best seat inside a stagecoach is the one next to the driver When any old "sly Eph," who traveled thousands of miles on coaches, offers through sympathy to exchange his back or middle seat with you, don't do it.
Never ride in cold weather with tight boots or shoes, nor close-fitting gloves. Bathe your feet before starting in cold water, and wear loose overshoes and gloves two or three sizes too large.
When the driver asks you to get off and walk, do it without grumbling. He will not request it unless absolutely necessary. If a team runs away, sit still and take your chances; if you jump, nine times out of ten you will be hurt. In very cold weather, abstain entirely from liquor while on the road; a man will freeze twice as quick while under its influence. Don't growl at food stations; stage companies generally provide the best they can get.
Don't keep the stage waiting; many a virtuous man has lost his character by so doing. Don't smoke a strong pipe inside especially early in the morning. Spit on the leeward side of the coach.
Just had a brilliant one hour with Bella, fourth time with her, was my longest booking, she is a bit of a chatter box but she has great fake tits her body is nice and has a great ass and smooth as fuck pussy. Today's essential guide to the daily shock and awe in national politics. Read in moderation. History of the Stagecoach in the West. Origin of the Stagecoach Goods and merchandise were carried in carts as far back as B.C., and chariots for carrying men were in use in Egypt in B.C.