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I’ll arrest you for slander gringo!!!

¿What’s up guys? ¿Do they bother you? ¿Are you ok? ¿Are they looking for your car? ¿Do they search your car? or not? No, they gave me an infraction yes, but why are they inside your car? hey, don’t touch me ¿Do you have a judicial order? to search in the car? – Stay back […]

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Three House Judiciary Democrats Charged – Accused of Ethics Complaints For ‘Suspicious’ Fundraising

Three House Judiciary Democrats Charged – Accused of Ethics Complaints For ‘Suspicious’ Fundraising. One of the biggest complaints Democrats seem to have is over money in politics. I’m sure you’ve heard plenty of liberals talk about how “billionaires” decide elections, due to their deep pockets. Hello, Bloomberg?! And they rail against Citizens United, preferring taxpayers […]

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Improved accessibility in the Parliamentary Precinct

Public Services and Procurement Canada is removing barriers in the century-old buildings on and around Parliament Hill. We are restoring and modernizing the buildings and improving access for everyone. The newly built Visitor Welcome Centre provides the first-ever barrier-free public entrance to Parliament. The interim Senate and the House of Commons Chambers include accessible seating […]

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History of the Indian Republic Day
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History of the Indian Republic Day

Today 26th January 2020, is Republic Day. Today on 26th January 1950, the Indian Constitution was adopted. Because of the Indian Constitution, citizens now have the power to elect their leaders such as President, Prime minister, etc. India was no longer being ruled by the British Queen and was completely independent. So how was the […]

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