U.S. House Schedule for Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021
Agenda and committee activity
Rosa Parks Took a Stand in 1955. We Cannot Lose That.
By refusing to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man, she was jailed. It kicked off a year-long boycott that resulted in non-segregated buses in Montgomery.
Twas the Day Before Thanksgiving
As a reminder of last year’s solitary Thanksgiving away from family, and the reason we vaccinate and mask, here is an encore of my 2020 Thanksgiving post written in the midst of the global pandemic
Remarks by President Biden at Pardoning of Turkeys Peanut Butter and Jelly
President thanks pandemic helpers while remembering families who have lost loved ones in traditional White House pardoning of turkeys
ICYMI: Bearing Drift’s Weekend Roundup
It’s the weekend … time to catch up with all the great Bearing Drift posts you may have missed
Youngkin Advised by Former Governors Allen, McDonnell, Gilmore, Wilder
Transition pulls together familiar names
Governor Northam Sends Condolences to Chandler Family, Flags to Be Lowered
Virginia flags will be lowered on the day of the 29-year-old officer’s internment to honor his memory and sacrifice
Veterans Day 2021 … We Remember Those Who Serve
For those who have fought for it, freedom has a flavor the protected will never know.
It’s Time To Bring Class and Respect Back Into Politics
It’s offensive to fly the crude ‘F**K BIDEN’ flags
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Opens Off-Limits Area to Public
Open to public Wednesday, Nov. 10