Sunday Praise & Worship | Faithful and True | Dennis Jernigan

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A Native Texan who adores baby kittens, loves horses, rodeos, pomegranates, & collect Eagles. Enjoys politics, games shows, & dancing to all types of music. Loves discussing and learning about different cultures. A Phi Theta Kappa lifetime member with a passion for Social & Civil Justice.
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46 Responses to Sunday Praise & Worship | Faithful and True | Dennis Jernigan

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  2. Liza says:

    This is being played as an ad on YouTube. Good to see EJI branching out, getting more support.

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  3. rikyrah says:

    James Fallows‏Verified account @JamesFallows

    At #AspenIdeas @EnergySecMoniz: Paris climate decision reinforces uncertainty US is creating about institutions it has built since WW II

    Moniz: There *will* be a trillion dollar clean energy market worldwide. US can decide to w/draw from it, and leave it to others.

    3 Moniz: If admin goes through w climate policies, US will go from clear leader in clean-energy tech to far behind.

    4 Moniz: “I don’t know what ‘energy dominance’ means if it didn’t apply to the position US had already attained.”

    5 Moniz: ARPA-E already big success in fostering new companies. Rick Perry praised it — few days before Trump OMB budget cutting it out.

    6. Moniz “I’m sure there will be some nicks [in renewable energy proj], but not this wholesale slaughter when Congress get a look at it”

    7 Moniz: “Mayors, governors, universities, civil society orgs have risen up since Paris announcement, to make sure we’ll keep moving ahead.”

    8 Moniz “And 1600 (or so) businesses have made clear that they will go ahead [on the Paris climate plan]”

    9 Moniz: “Business people have long since concluded that we’re going to a low carbon economy. Big capital decis will be made on that basis”

    10 Moniz: Number of workers/ton of coal 8x higher in Appalachia than Wyoming. That (and cheap nat gas) driving loss of WV/KY coal jobs.

    11 Moniz: Electricity sector is most de-carbonizable of all, and it needs to get to about zero carbon (vs transport harder to do, mfr).

    12 Moniz: Using my physicist’s back-of-envelope calculation, I find it hard to get beyond about 50% de-carboniz. We need more than that

    13 Moniz: …. and that is where we get to the big-innovation agenda, the need for big breakthroughs,and the market that will come from that.”

    14 Moniz: The Holy Grail would be capture of CO2 from atmosphere, combine with water and sunlight -> convert to fuel like gasoline.

    15 Moniz, who negot Iran deal: If we were to withdraw from deal, worst of all worlds. No real chance to put ec sanctions back on. And …
    16 Moniz “… my guess is Iran would largely observe nuke restrictions, to keep cooperation with Euro / Japan, BUT would back out of …

    17 Moniz “… the extraordinary verification measures that made deal possible. (Why should they stick to that part of deal if US w/drawing”

    18 And this Moniz thread courtesy of the questions asked him at #AspenIdeas by energy expert (and my sister) Susan Tierney. /end/

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  7. Liza says:

    The American Enterprise Institute forever living in an alternate universe…

    The birth of the United States was unique because it was a nation founded not on blood or ethnicity, but on ideas. https://t.co/ThOZuUzTJG pic.twitter.com/bCWfpzrSAv— AEI (@AEI) July 1, 2017

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  13. Liza says:

    SG2!!

    David Desper Charged in Road Rage Killing of Bianca Roberson https://t.co/mmqVpdGdDv— Jasiri X (@jasiri_x) July 2, 2017

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    • Liza says:

      28-Year-Old David Desper Charged in Road Rage Killing of 18-Year-Old Bianca Roberson
      By Alicia Victoria Lozano

      After a dramatic manhunt that lasted several days and spanned multiple states, police have charged 28-year-old David Andrew Desper with first-degree murder for the road rage killing of Bianca Roberson.

      Desper, of Trainer, Pennsylvania, turned himself in Sunday morning around 2 a.m.

      Police recovered the defendant’s red pickup truck at a location in Delaware County and Desper’s firearm from his bedroom. He has a license to carry and purchased the gun legally, officials said.

      Desper is being held at Chester County Prison without bail.

      A portion of the round that struck Roberson was recovered from her skull during an autopsy. The bullet’s markings indicated it came from a Smith and Wessen .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun.

      A similar firearm was recovered from Desper’s bedroom after he turned himself in to police.

      Using video surveillance from the scene and later recordings of a red pickup truck, police recovered Desper’s car in Glen Mills. It matched the description of the pickup seen moments after the incident.

      Read more: http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/Police-Update-on-Road-Rage-Killing-of-18-Yr-Old-432100983.html#ixzz4lgrT30W0

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  15. TOO SWEET!

    This mother with Alzheimer’s recognizes her daughter for the first time.

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  16. Liza says:

    Y’all this is some serious sh!t here. These tweets are increasingly worrisome.

    #FraudNewsCNN #FNN pic.twitter.com/WYUnHjjUjg— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 2, 2017

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  17. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning, Everyone 😐 😐😐

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  18. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Good Morning, Everyone 😊

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