Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, best known by her pseudonym George Sand

Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, best known by her pseudonym George Sand, was a remarkable woman - a prodigious novelist, dramatist and campaigner for all manner of political reform.

federalist12‏@federalist125m   RT Issa subpoenas State Dept. documents on Benghazi...

Issa subpoenas State Dept. documents on Benghazi talking points

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Don’t use body mass index to determine whether people are healthy, UCLA-led study says | Insurance News Net

Don’t use body mass index to determine whether people are healthy, UCLA-led study says

Heinrich Rejects Republican Health Care Bill, Says It’s Everything We Feared It Would Be

America is a Disgrace right now....before any Trumpers say “Leave” YOU LEAVE, it would be a great start to America being Great Again! This Country has turned into a Mean, Hateful, Selfish, Greedy, Chaotic Place under tRUMP & Republicans. This is Not A Democracy!!

This Country has turned into a Mean, Hateful, Selfish, Greedy, Chaotic Place under tRUMP & Republicans. This is Not A Democracy!

Think about it

Think about it

Funny pictures about Security And Liberty. Oh, and cool pics about Security And Liberty. Also, Security And Liberty photos.

Imagine? My Mrs. is already scrounging, begging, borrowing, and stealing supplies for her patients with no money or insurance.

Actually, we couldn’t buy IV supplies if we tried, because that shit was made in Puerto Rico, and it’s almost gone. Try not to get sick, or hurt.

Jehovah’s Witnesses actively promote God’s Kingdom, not political reform. The article below explains why........ God’s Kingdom—Superior in Every Way http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2006521?q=God%27s+kingdom&p=par

Jehovah’s Witnesses actively promote God’s Kingdom, not political reform. The article below explains why. God’s Kingdom—Superior in Every Way I want to be here!

Woman's aesthetic or reform dress and bodice in wool with a ribbed weave, Great Britain, 1892-1895. The dress is a pinafore style, worn over a matching chocolate-brown silk satin bodice with a high braided gilt collar. Photos © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Mrs Herbert Roberts, Lady Clwyd, is seen wearing the dress, which was probably from her trousseau, in George Clausen's 1894 portrait, now located at Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool (photo via BBC Your Paintings).

Woman's aesthetic or reform dress and bodice in wool with a ribbed weave. The dress is a pinafore style, worn over a matching chocolate-brown silk satin bodice with a high braided gilt collar.

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Image 8 of 13 from gallery of Asef Office Building / Boozhgan Studio. Photograph by Poolad Javaher Haghighi

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