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As we all know, holidays are days set aside for religious, business, culture and education, are celebrated and intended to allow individuals to commemorate events or traditions.
Besides the increasing interest of making Election Day a Federal Holiday, there are so many special days during this Holiday Season that we decided to lmention some of them. From November to January we are chock full of holidays. The following is a partial list and we welcome any and all suggestions for additions.
The most consequential change was clear on election night: with Democrats taking control of the House of Representatives, President Donald Trump faces a real challenge for the first time since his inauguration and American women will take the lead.
We all know that Thanksgiving has not yet arrived, but we'd like you to consider that it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
A "Winter Wonderland" was written in 1934 by Felix Bernard and Richard B. Smith. Through the decades it has been recorded by over 200 different artists.
Winter has not officially arrived, but there's a storm on the way, so pay attention to what forecasters have to say. It is most likely to hit northern Mid-Atlantic, Northeastern USA and affect 80 million people today, all the way from Arkansas to Maine over a distance of about 1,500 miles.
The winter storm will bring a messy mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain to portions of the central and eastern USA over the next two days. Power outages, travel headaches, and school closings are all likely as the storm strengthens.
A Senate Bill - S 2644 was introduced months ago and all but ignored by Majority Leader has gotten renewed interest following the shake up at DOJ.
It is a legislation that amends the federal judicial code to codify certain Department of Justice (DOJ) regulations that govern the appointment, oversight, and removal of a special counsel, including regulations: