Dell Tours launched in early 2019. The company got off to a great start, having success with Harry Potter tours, Edinburgh history tours and tours of the Dell area. The company is preparing to offer more creative Scottish experiences over the rest of the year and into 2020. Hardworking 24 year old entrepreneur and owner of Dell Tours, Matthew Gumke, loves driving exotic cars and traveling. Matthew had a friend from America come on a private tour and his friend complained that they needed to walk everywhere. His friend wanted to learn about Edinburgh in a supercar. Matthew, wanting to ...
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It is easier to criticize small, weak nations who can’t help your presidential campaign, loan you money, or offer you a deal to build the next Trump Tower. For whatever reasons, Russia and Saudi Arabia seem to have some sort of special status for Trump and his family.
One cannot help but see correlation between the actions of the current administration toward refugeees and the actions of countless countries closing their doors to Jews seeking shelter during the Holocaust.
There are ample reasons to deplore and mourn as a civilized society the destruction of Notre Dame, a magnificent global treasure. It may not rank with the pyramids of ancient Egypt or the ruins of Pompeii, but it can be restored, as French President Emanuel Macron has already pledged.
Robert Mueller’s report represents “only part of the story” of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, according to Maryland lawmakers. They say Congress must now question the special counsel and subpoena his report, minus the redactions.
Edith Cord was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1928, fled with her family to Italy after the rise of Nazi Germany and later to southern France after fascist Italy allied with Hitler. On Thursday, she spoke to students at Oklahoma Road Middle School about her experiences.
This month, the gallery at the Liriodenron in Bel Air will feature Jack Radcliffe, whose work has been shown at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C.; Moscow Museum of Modern Art in Moscow, Russia; Cascais Cultural Center in Cascais, Portugal; Casa de los Morlanes in Zaragoza, Spain.
I would like to ask some cogent questions of Mr. Mueller. None of these is a partisan question. Democrats, Republicans, and independents alike all should all be asking them because of the unprecedented assault on our electoral system that was devised and executed by the Russian military.
Our president should set a 48-hour deadline for the withdrawal of these troops and the immediate cessation of arms shipments to Venezuela. If the deadline is not met, the USA should remove them by force. However, our president will not offend his Russian heartthrob. Putin helped get him elected.
Musicians from the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University head to Washington, D.C. this weekend to take part in Direct Current, the Kennedy Center’s two-week festival of contemporary and interdisciplinary performance.