Ten years ago today, it was snowing in ultra-violent Kyiv.
More than 1,000 were injured on Hrushevskoho Street in the center of the capital on January 19-20. On January 22, the first Maidan activists were killed – Armenian Serhii Nihoian and Belarusian Mykhailo Zhyznevskyi. Roman Senyk, a participant in the protest, was seriously injured and died in hospital on January 25.
Recently, Ukraine’s government asserted ownership of one timeline of events.
I took a couple of pictures of that mess.
I enjoyed this chit chat between David and Steven about a(g)i and other stuff.
Team USA, which has helped Ukraine militarily for the last 695 days, may or may not authorize more assistance next week, according to Senator Mark.
House Speaker Mike, who says he is in regular contact with Trump, has indicated that he won’t floor the supplemental bill unless Uncle Joe first secures the border, whatever that means.
Yesterday, I listened to the C-Span episode with Representative Carlos Gimenez (R-FL), a member of the Armed Services and Homeland Security Committees. Carlos, who supports Trump, said he sympathizes with Ukraine’s plight, but he added that he took an oath to protect Team USA.
How secure must the US southern border be in order for lawmakers to support Ukraine? Dunno.
And, finally, this about 29155.