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Joined on 4 September, 2008
Just want to thank everyone who helped us to win the Senate. Your support isn’t just some hobby that helps you cheer for your political rooting interests or for your “team” to win. Hundreds of millions of lives will be changed for the better. Elections 🤝Consequences.
NEW: 2.9 million vaccines reported administered today, 20% above the last record.
Gratitude for all the vaccinators, volunteers, doctors, pharmacists, couriers, manufacturers, civil servants, and soldiers who are working together on this effort.
There have been rumors and misinformation about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine since its FDA approval, so I got the one-dose J&J vaccine today to show all Oregonians that it is an incredibly safe, effective, and convenient way to protect themselves and their loved ones.
Read our latest blog post written by Lt. Col. @AVindman. He discusses Winston Churchill’s famous speech, “The Sinews of Peace,” where Churchill outlines his vision of achieving lasting global peace post-WWII & how in recent years the U.S. has failed:
Replying to @AVindman: The convergence of malign powers, alongside the surge of undemocratic regimes... has once more bifurcated the world between d…
The convergence of malign powers, alongside the surge of undemocratic regimes... has once more bifurcated the world between democracy and authoritarianism. The retreat of democracy is not inevitable or irreversible. Democracies must unite to meet the challenge of illiberalism.
LATEST: Senate Democrats blazed through a series of overnight votes after resolving an internal clash over jobless benefits that threatened to derail the bill.
They voted down lots of GOP amendments with everyone aboard.
Final passage is getting closer.
#UPDATES Iraq's Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani, the top religious authority for most Shiite Muslims, hosts the head of the world's Catholics, Pope Francis, in the shrine city of Najaf
Sistani almost never holds meetings but made an exception for Francis
I come as a penitent, asking forgiveness from Heaven and our brothers for so much destruction and cruelty; a pilgrim of peace, in the name of Christ, Prince of Peace. How we have prayed, in these years, for peace in #Iraq! God always listens. It is up to us to walk His paths.
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