We need to get out and vote this year or USA Republicans will lose majority in Congress and Trump will be impeached.
|Commonwealth of Pennsylvania|
Nickname(s): Keystone State; Quaker State;|
Coal State; Oil State; State of Independence
|Motto(s): Virtue, Liberty and Independence|
|Official language||None (English, de facto)|
English 91.6% |
|Largest metro||Delaware Valley|
46,055 sq mi |
|• Width||280 miles (455 km)|
|• Length||160 miles (255 km)|
|• % water||2.7|
|• Latitude||39°43? N to 42°16? N|
|• Longitude||74°41? W to 80°31? W|
283.9/sq mi (109.6/km2)|
|• Median household income||US$48,562 (26th)|
|• Highest point||
3,213 ft (979 m)
|• Mean||1,099 ft (335 m)|
|• Lowest point||
|Before statehood||Province of Pennsylvania|
|Admission to Union||December 12, 1787 (2nd)|
|Governor||Tom Corbett (R)|
|Lieutenant Governor||Jim Cawley (R)|
|• Upper house||State Senate|
|• Lower house||House of Representatives|
Bob Casey, Jr. (D)|
Pat Toomey (R)
|U.S. House delegation||12 Republicans, 7 Democrats (list)|
|Time zone||Eastern: UTC-5/-4|
|Abbreviations||PA, Penn. or Penna.|
Oregon is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States between Washington on the north and California and Nevada on the south; Idaho lies to the east. The Columbia and Snake rivers form much of its northern and eastern boundaries, respectively. The valley of the Willamette River in western Oregon is the most densely populated and agriculturally productive region of the state.
Government taking children from parents for bad reasons
- Oregon took away the kids from a WHITE couple because they have IQs of 72 and 66. This is higher than the average IQ of most African countries and the average IQ of African Americans, South Asians, and Indigenous Americans! Half of hispanics and Arabs also have this IQ range. Oregon would never do this to any other race, except white people! Oregon is only doing this because they're white!
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