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Ted Kooser grew up in Iowa and now lives in rural Nebraska. For five decades, he’s written poetry in a part of the world often rudely dismissed as flyover country that middle place jetsetters zoom past on their way to iconic cities on either coast. It’s a region regarded widely as a land where not much happens, presumably poor soil for poetry to grow..
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At rally in Steelton, Pennsylvania last night, Obama took the opportunity to jab Clinton for playing politics over his remarks. Obama went as far as tease Clinton’s previous hunting history, something Clinton began talking about on the stump when Obama’s comments were first reported. “She’s running around talking about how this is an insult to sportsmen, how she values the Second Amendment, she’s talking like she’s Annie Oakley!,” Obama said..
Demanding an absolute answer right now is much like asking a child to explain exactly how a rocket flies to the moon with complete technical details. The child does not know the answer but it doesn’t mean he never will or never can. Nor does it mean that if the child said, “God makes the rocket go to the moon” he’d be correct.
The advocacy group, to be called Texas Tomorrow Fund Families, will seek to ensure that no changes are made in the contracts without the consent of families still in the plan. Nearly 158,000 young Texans were enrolled in the program between 1996 and 2003, when it was closed to newcomers after the Legislature deregulated tuition triggering an average 86 percent increase in tuition and fees at the state’s 35 public universities. Set up to lock in the future cost of a college education at today’s tuition rates, the program still has contracts with about 108,000 young Texans and their parents.