In a Year of Protest Cries, Now It’s ‘Count Every Vote!’ and ‘Stop the Steal!’

first_img– Advertisement – Dozens of flag-waving Trump supporters looked on, and trucks with Trump flags circled the block, some gunning their engines and honking their horns.Mr. Grenell refused to answer questions, telling reporters, “Listen, you are here to take in information.” As reporters shouted questions, the speakers got into a van and drove away.Simon Romero reported from Phoenix, Shaila Dewan from New York and Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio from Detroit. Contributing reporting were Dave Philipps from Las Vegas, Jannat Batra from Atlanta, Neil MacFarquhar and Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs from New York, and Zolan Kanno-Youngs and Pranshu Verma from Washington.- Advertisement – Broadcasting on a hastily announced livestream, the former Nevada attorney general, Adam Laxalt, said Republicans had filed a lawsuit after discovering evidence of dead people and out-of-state voters illegally casting ballots in Nevada — but he did not provide any specifics to support those claims.“We’re asking the judge to, due to all of these irregularities, to stop the counting of improper votes,” he said.Mr. Laxalt was joined by Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union, and Ric Grenell, former acting director of national intelligence.- Advertisement –center_img On Wednesday, dozens of marchers had gathered at Washington’s Union Station with signs saying “the people have spoken” and “you will not silence us.” The protest included calls for justice on broader issues including race, immigration and climate change.Republican leaders appeared at some protests reviving oft-used claims of irregularities that have in the past been debunked or shown to be greatly exaggerated. Outside a nondescript warehouse in North Las Vegas where most of the uncounted votes in Clark County remain, they erected a podium in the street.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Colton Blake Johnson

first_imgOn March 3, 2015, an angel was sent from Heaven named Colton Blake Johnson. Colton was in his first surgery six hours after his birth. The surgeon said he would probably not live 24 hours. The strong little angel survived that surgery and several more in his short life. He was a very loving person with one of the brightest personalities I have ever known. He spent most of his life in the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio and kept the nurses and staff on their toe’s with walks and playing with him. He was very smart for his age and talked so well. His favorite things were the movies, Frozen, How to Train Your Dragon 1 & 2 and Tarzan. He loved his grandma, Patty, his nurse, Becky and his walks outside with Rob. Colton was such a special little angel and every person he came in contact with was touched by him. Colton Blake will be greatly missed and never ever forgotten. Colton passed away on Saturday June 17, 2017, at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio.Colton will be deeply missed by his loving mother: Robyn Virginia Dornbusch-Johnson of Vevay, IN; his loving father: Edward Johnson, Jr. of Rising Sun, IN; his brothers: Michael Honeycutt of TN, Dylan Johnson of Rising Sun, IN, Jeffery Dylan Jenkins of Vevay, IN, Jacob Jenkins of Vevay, IN, Harley Johnson of Vevay, IN and Gabriel Johnson of Vevay, IN; his sisters: Taylor Ingles of TN, Caitlin Dornbusch and her fiancé: Jordan Evans of Centre Hall, PA, Olivia Dornbusch of Vevay, IN and Victoria Johnson of Vevay, IN; his maternal grandparents: Chris, Sr. and Patricia Dornbusch of Sardinia, OH; his paternal grandparents: Vern and Kay Theis of Rising Sun, IN; his aunts and uncles: Chris, Jr. and Jennifer Dornbusch of Vevay, IN, Ben and Heather Dornbusch of Greenwood, IN, Lisa and Shay Short of Cincinnati, OH, Debbie Johnson of Madison, IN and Kevin Geyman of Madison, IN; his niece and nephew: MaKayla Honeycutt and Ryan Honeycutt of TN; his cousins: Clara Dornbusch, Abigail Dornbusch, Steven Johnson, Danielle Johnson, John Marcum, Ashley Marcum, Emma Dornbusch, Hailey Dornbusch, Christopher Dornbusch, III., Riley Dornbusch, Malina Kellogg, Ty Kellogg, Braydon Marcum, Jordan Johnson and Kari Kellogg.He was preceded in death by his brother: Jacob Johnson, died February 26, 1998 and his paternal grandfather: Edward Johnson, Sr., died July 4, 2009.Come celebrate Colton with us at 11:00 am, Saturday, June 24, 2017, at the Paul W. Ogle Park 100 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Memorial contributions may be made to the Colton Blake Johnson Memorial Fund % Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home. Cards are available at the funeral home.last_img read more

US Open hit by bad weather

first_imgShane Lowry was level through 12 holes, RoryMcIlroy 4 over after 13 with Graeme McDowell yet to tee off when play finished for the day.Defending Champion Jordan Spieth is 1 over as Andrew Landry leads on 3 under.last_img

Go back to the enewsletter With Zimbabwe fast re

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterWith Zimbabwe fast re-emerging as one of Africa’s most popular safari destinations, andBeyond is once again taking over the management of the exclusive Matetsi Private Game Reserve at Victoria Falls, including two elegant safari lodges and a 50,000-hectare wildlife concession on the Zambezi River, while also re-establishing an exclusive ground-handling operation in the area.Perfectly in tune with Matetsi Private Game Reserve’s habitats, the exclusive andBeyond Matetsi River Lodge and andBeyond Matetsi River House, a private sole-use villa, offer a safari oasis that combines a wildlife experience and 27km of private Zambezi River frontage with easy access to Victoria Falls. Both the spectacular lodge and villa pay homage to the rich cultural heritage of Zimbabwe by showcasing a theme of wood and copper, the ‘red gold’ of the country’s historical mining industry. Splashes of bright blue remind guests of the rushing waters of the Zambezi River.Here, guests have the opportunity to take advantage of an extensive Safari Shop, fitness centre, massage sala and conference facility. A 25m-long, rim-flow swimming pool stretches along the riverbank, while an exclusive wine cellar boasts eye-level views of the Zambezi River.andBeyond Matetsi River LodgeandBeyond Matetsi River Lodge boasts two intimate camps of just nine river-facing suites each, including two interleading family suites. Each camp features its own guest area with a variety of dining spaces, an interactive kitchen, a convivial bar and an al fresco area that encircles a blazing fire bowl. Each of the nine spacious suites, at the two intimate camps, are encased in local and repurposed materials that reference the ancient fishing and basket-weaving traditions of the region. The clean lines of the interiors are softened by craft pieces and curated natural objects. An ensuite bathroom boasts indoor and outdoor showers as well as a deep circular bath, which looks out over the Zambezi. A private verandah offers a plunge pool and sitting area that overlooks the river.andBeyond Matetsi River House Guests can enjoy the exclusivity of andBeyond Matetsi River House, a four-bedroom sole-use villa that is perfect for multi-generational travel. This private villa boasts two rooms with ensuite bathrooms as well as two interleading children’s rooms with an ensuite bathroom. andBeyond Matetsi River House has its own kitchen, indoor and outdoor dining areas, a verandah overlooking the Zambezi and pool. It also comes with a complement of staff, including a dedicated guide, private vehicle, chef and butler, ensuring a tailor-made safari unlike any other.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more