Joe is smart.
It’s the 10 feet barrier.
The Geopolitical Editor: Are there two China’s, LL ?
Ah So Cat: There are two China’s, one Communist and one free. This will help our Portland, Oregon readers. Remember every country in the world was formed by military force.
It’s nothing to snicker at.
Bill Clinton was a big buddy of the Communist Chinese.
It never ends.
This is old news, while our Congress has been selling us out to the Communist & worried about what rest room children with mental issues will use, the Commies are taking over every strategic port in the world.
Joe buys drones from the commies.
I want some payback, soon. The NAZI FBI searches Melania’s shoes for secret plans, and national security items.
Wray and Garland need to be beaten like this horse—-in liberal NYC.
Don’t believe any MSM/Bull Sheet polls.
Another RINO loses.
Everyone in the family is a thief, just like the Bidens.
America needs a disinfecting.
The dems will try anything.
It is as honorable as the Democratic/MSM party.
Explanation: A star cluster around 2 million years young surrounded by natal clouds of dust and glowing gas, Messier 16 (M16) is also known as The Eagle Nebula. This beautifully detailed image of the region adopts the colorful Hubble palette and includes cosmic sculptures made famous in Hubble Space Telescope close-ups of the starforming complex. Described as elephant trunks or Pillars of Creation, dense, dusty columns rising near the center are light-years in length but are gravitationally contracting to form stars. Energetic radiation from the cluster stars erodes material near the tips, eventually exposing the embedded new stars. Extending from the ridge of bright emission left of center is another dusty starforming column known as the Fairy of Eagle Nebula. M16 lies about 7,000 light-years away, an easy target for binoculars or small telescopes in a nebula rich part of the sky toward the split constellation Serpens Cauda (the tail of the snake). As framed, this telescopic portrait of the Eagle Nebula is about 70 light-years across.
Tomorrow’s picture: small moon, big crater