Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Briefing
November 12, 2019
Here is Your Bonus Kruiser Kabana Podcast
It's behind the pay wall though
On November 10, 1775, Robert Mullan, the proprietor of the Tavern and son of Peggy Mullan, was commissioned by an act of Congress to raise the first two battalions of Marines, under the leadership of Capt. Samuel Nicholas, the first appointed Commandant of the Continental Marines. Nicholas's grandfather was also a member of the Tun Tavern Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons and it is this relationship between Mullan, Nicholas and the Tavern which has resulted in Tun Tavern being acknowledged as the birthplace of the United States Marine Corps. There are an estimated three million active and retired U.S. Marines worldwide who have been exposed in their military training to the historical significance of Tun Tavern. Each year on November 10th, around the world Marines toast the Marine's birthplace on the most significant date in the history of the Corps.
I AM AN AMERICAN.
Always have been.
Always will be.
Couldn’t be anything more.
Born and bred from ancestors that go back to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1636.
To call me a Conservative is to miss the point.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is reportedly telling witnesses testifying in the impeachment inquiry not to answer questions by certain Republicans.In Other News
While speaking with reporters on Capitol Hill, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise slammed the secretive process, pointing out that Schiff gets to choose all the witnesses, but that he's also "directing witnesses not to answer questions that he doesn’t want the witness to answer if they’re asked by Republicans.”
If true, this is, by definition, witness tampering. According to U.S. Code § 1512, anyone who "knowingly uses intimidation, threatens, or corruptly persuades another person, or attempts to do so, or engages in misleading conduct toward another person, with intent to cause or induce any person to withhold testimony," has tampered with a witness. If Schiff is directing witnesses not to answer questions, he's effectively trying to get them to withhold testimony.
BOSTON -- Soon the itch to use the word bitch could, under certain circumstances, make you slightly less rich.In Other News
Among the hundreds of bills filed at the state house this session, there is house bill 3719, filed by Boston representative Dan Hunt.
It decrees that a person who uses the word bitch directed at another person, "to accost, annoy, degrade or demean the other person shall be considered to be a disorderly person."
Under Massachusetts law, that would mean a fine of up to $200.