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I hope this doesn’t sound vain but I really do feel better about my appearance when I’m wearing contacts as opposed to wearing my glasses. If I have to be in front of a group of people or have an important meeting, I feel more confident wearing my contacts instead of my glasses. There are some people I think look better wearing glasses and I know there are those who like to wear glasses just to change up their look but this just isn’t me!.
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Agencies are about to run out of money and failure to act could bring a swift political rebuke and accusations of ignoring the plight of innocent immigrant children.Longtime GOP Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma said Democrats were simply “pushing partisan bills to score political points and avoiding doing the hard work of actually making law,” warning them that “passing a partisan bill through this chamber won’t solve the problem.”Lawmakers’ sense of urgency to provide humanitarian aid was amplified by recent reports of gruesome conditions in a windowless Border Patrol station in Clint, Texas, where more than 300 infants and children were being housed. Many were kept there for weeks and were caring for each other in conditions that included inadequate food, water and sanitation.By Tuesday, most had been sent elsewhere.