WASHINGTON -- After Republican lawmakers sought to tie the White House to the General Services Administration scandal, Rep. John Mica (R) on Tuesday conceded that the repeated hearings on the subject are an attempt to "score political points," an admission he then retracted while holding they are part of an effort to label President Barack Obama "as a big spender." "Are you scoring political points?"
Mica pseudomorphs after complex cordierite-indialite intergrowths, known in Japan as “sakura ishi (cherry blossom stones)”. Individual crystal sections about 5 mm in diameter. See Rakovan, Kitamura and Rocks & Minerals,
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS. EP-13, 1¢ Some hairlines and cracks in the mica. In 1862, day-to-day commerce became strained by a shortage of coins during the American Civil War. At the time, paper money was not backed by gold or silver. Coins were worth more than their paper equivalent and were subsequently hoarded. With small change in hiding, the populace introduced several different unofficial methods to alleviate the coin shortage such as having individual state issuers cut their small…
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Buscando a Alaska by John Green. Looking for Alaska Spanish Edition.
"JOHN SHILLITO & CO." EP-56, HB-217, S-161 3¢. EF The 3¢ is the second most common denomination for this issuer. Although the second most common denomination the tern is relative because this merchant issue is scarce in all denominations. This piece has an extremely attractive, original and problem-free case with traces of original luster remaining around the lettering on the reverse. The mica displays some moderate crazing, and the stamp is a little dull and wrinkly but the overall…