Confirming a multitude of reports at Infowars and other news outlets, Lopez verified that the “deep state” is indeed real, while also cautioning against generalizations.
“’Deep state’ refers to those who are willing to ‘break the law’ by revealing classified information to the public — specifically, to journalists,” Lopez told Infowars. “I also would not lump the entire intelligence community into a basket called the ‘deep state.’”
What I do want is for us to support research into medical marijuana because a lot more states have passed medical marijuana than have legalized marijuana,” she said in Orangeburg, “so we have got two different experiences or even experiments going on right now.”
The Vermont senator Bernie Sanders said Clinton’s proposal ignored the major issue and that he would give states the ability to legalize the drug by removing it from the Food and Drug Administration’s list of controlled substances.
Both candidates were trying to appeal to liberals ahead of a debate next week. They were in the midst of a weekend swing targeted at African American voters in South Carolina.
Hillary Clinton staked out a new position, saying the drug should be reclassified by the government from a Schedule 1 substance to a Schedule 2, a designation that would allow for federally sponsored research into its effects.
The warehouse in Tianjin that exploded on Aug. 12 was one of many buildings across China that store toxic chemicals near residential areas or major roads, in violation of safety regulations, according to a review of satellite imagery and public records.
Highways, homes and schools all over China are near warehouses licensed to handle hazardous substances.
According to Chinese officials, the warehouse in Tianjin, a major port city, stored at least 700 tons of one common deadly chemical, sodium cyanide, used in mining to separate gold and silver from rock.
After the deadly explosions, residents of Tianjin have been gripped by fear and uncertainty over the presence of toxic chemicals in the city’s air and water, setting off a national debate about hidden safety hazards along the supply route for sodium cyanide. On Saturday, Chinese state media reported another explosion at a chemical plant in the eastern province of Shandong, according to The Associated Press. No casualties were immediately
The British royal family criticized paparazzi on Friday for what it called their increasingly dangerous attempts to photograph the Queen’s two year-old great-grandson Prince George.
Photographers have followed George and his nanny around London parks, have pursued cars leaving royal homes, and police found one hidden in a blacked-out car outside a children’s play area visited by the prince, a statement said.
“In recent months, there have been an increasing number of incidents of paparazzi harassment of Prince George and the tactics being used are increasingly dangerous,” added the statement from the Kensington Palace residence of George’s