The ironic aspect of all of this is that John Sutter was concerned that if gold prospectors flooded the area in search of gold, his plans for bringing farmer families to his lands for settlement would be ruined. He and James Marshall agreed to suppress any news of the gold to preserve the dream of an agricultural utopia. Marshall was a wood worker and felt his future lay in Sutter’s dream..
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Parting WordsPerhaps you don’t like the Brewer’s Blackbird, or any Blackbirds at all, or even birds in general. Maybe their presence annoys or disturbs you when you are trying to down that Costco Chicken Bake without being beset upon by a descending avian plague of biblical proportions. The fact is, however, that we homo sapiens generate a lot of trash, we dispose of uncounted tons of excess food at parking lots across America, and if it wasn’t for pavement scavenging birds; these feathered hyenas of our suburban mall Savannah, if you will, our shopping centers would be horrible, infection breeding vectors of disease.
The only place there could have been entrance was the open bathroom window, and we did everything we could to see if anyone went through it, and it was impossible. So I thought it was an open and closed case. He shot her that it. “I would urge him to stop it,” she told reporters, referring to the false allegations.The vast majority of Republican officials have kept silent about the president’s Twitter barrage against Scarborough, and the most prominent conservative voices on Fox News, like Sean Hannity, let the subject go unmentioned on recent broadcasts.But Cheney’s criticism was a sign of stepped up pressure on Trump from the right, reflected in this week’s unusual chorus of reproach from the conservative media platforms the president often turns to for comfort.The New York Post, Trump’s first read in the morning, lamented in Wednesday’s paper that the president “decided to suggest that a TV morning show host committed murder. That is a depressing sentence to type.” In a staff editorial, The Post addressed its most powerful reader directly: “Trust us, you did not look like the bigger man.”The Washington Examiner, a popular conservative news site, published a scathing article calling Trump’s attacks “incompatible with leadership” and “vile.” Trump is usually enamored of The Examiner, one of the few news sites to which he routinely grants interviews, including one this month.And the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal, a bellwether of establishment conservatism, called Trump’s unfounded accusation against Scarborough “ugly even for him.””We don’t write this with any expectation that Mr. Trump will stop,” The Journal wrote in its editorial.