French farmer protests drought on July 9

French farmer protests d천안 출장 안마rought on July 9. (Photo: Tom Lynn, Getty Images)

Dawson, N.C. – A farmer in the north central part of North Carolina took to Twitter to take a jab at President Barack Obama, urging him to cut “all your funding” for drought in the state.

#ObamaDrought: Save our money. #WorstDroughtEver — Jonathan Jones (@J호 게임Jones11) July 9, 2014

The tweet came during the second part of the president’s annual farmers’ ad campaign “Save Our Drought.”

The president last week requested $1.5 billion in aid from Congress for the first half of his second term. He has said he wants to use the money to boost U.S. agricultural production at the same rate as a recession. The Department of Agriculture estimates the federal government could be $742 million short of its request this year.

In a Wednesday appearance on the PBS television program “Frontline,” Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, called Obama “a man of his word” and added that her constituents should be the ones to decide whether to receive the cash or if it should go to agriculture.

“If they aren’t the people who can afford it, that’s their problem,” Collins said. “My understanding is that it’s not their problem in North Carolina. It’s my problem to fund their farm.”

Collins is chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee.

The president’s proposed cuts come as he seeks to bolster the economy with spending on infrastructure a퍼스트 카지노nd jobs. In response, Republicans, led by Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, have offered to raise taxes in the hopes of helping Obama meet his spending targets.

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Swedish crime writer henning mankell dies

Swedish crime writer henning mankell dies

MANN, Sweden — Henning mankell, of Stockholm’s north district, died peacefully at his home late Sunday morning. He was 89.

“It’s a strange, strange world and Henning always did a wonderful job,” his son, Henning Hansen, said. “He was a great man.”

Hansen had been battling depression, which he said was more severe this year than in years before.

Police arrived at his home around 8:30 a.m. and found he was “very ill.” Henning Hansen said he did not know why or whether it had been triggered by the weather, but it wasn’t immediately clear.

He said his parents never got a chance to properly celebrate his 90th birthday. “The best we could do was hold it off for a moment,” Hansen said.

Henning Hansen said he’s “fearless” and “definitely not fazed” by h우리카지노is son’s passing. “He is an extremely talented person. He could easily have had a thousand career paths,” he said. “I can’t even imagine what he would have made a career in.”

Hansen said he’d given up studying to become a doctor, but has now returned to the medical field.

The father-son duo began together in a small cottage the year they were 10, when Henning became a fulltime pupil at a college preparatory school, before attending their grandfather’s house on their family farm.

“I never did want to go back home,” Hansen said. “You have to think that some day this life is going to stop for him.”

He said Henning Hansen would have turned 70 this summer, which is two years 더킹카지노before Henning Hansen’s final year on Earth. Hansen said he wanted to celebrate him as a father, not as a grandfather.

“He had no problems and had not any ill health in his life,” Hansen said. “I wanted h카지노 사이트im to have what he has had.”