All those that helped steal the last election, the folks that voted for and campaigned for a demented lying crook, who spread lies about President Trump…SEND MONEY to relief and house refugees in YOUR OWN HOMES! Take them in yourselves! You are responsible for your lack of caring. YOU created this mess when you disrespected your friends and family who warned you! Mean Tweets YOU SAID! You lied about things Trump said. You covered up Biden and his history. YOU helped create this disaster! So take some responsibility for your actions! You do not get a pass because of good intentions! Send aid money, volunteer to house refugees!
A well-rounded artist from the Ukraine knows how to paint and sculpt in the traditional manner—but after watching chainsaw virtuosos transforming wood on TV, Vlad Yaremenko found his new niche.When the 48-year-old artist from Novograd-Volynsky, Ukraine, first picked up a chainsaw 15 years ago, and began turning wood into wildlife, there was no looking back.“I decided to try it, and it was right,” Vlad told The Epoch Times, speaking Russian. “I realized it was mine.”Although he has a passion for portraying animals, such as bears, wolves, and lions, he’s also a skilled portrait artist.In one of his more recent works, Vlad started sketching out an aged face of a Native American man, accompanied by a wolf motif, and set out to create a larger-than-life-size scaled sculptural representation from a large hunk of wood.
The identities of the 13 US service members who were killed by an ISIS-K suicide bomber outside the Kabul airport while helping to oversee the evacuation of thousands of Americans and Afghan allies have begun to emerge. The names of one Navy corpsman, seven Marines, and one Army soldier killed in Thursday’s blast have been released, while the identities of an additional three Marines and one Army soldier have yet to be disclosed while the military works to inform their families. “We continue to mourn the loss of these Marines and pray for their families. Our focus now is taking care of the families of those who were killed and caring for our injured,” Maj. Jim Stenger, a Marine Corps spokesperson, told The Post in an email. Per protocol, the military does not release information on deceased service members until 24 hours after their family members have been notified, but relatives and local officials have already independently confirmed several of the deaths ahead of that timeline. Here’s what we know about the US service members who were killed.