Jana Duggar Is Basically a Slave to Her Parents

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Is there anything Jana Duggar can’t do?!

She is a “Jana of all trades” as dubbed by her sister Jessa.

And if you are an avid Counting On fan, you already know she is the ringleader of the Duggar family circus with her can-do attitude and devotion to her 18 other siblings.

Although her expertise remains at the Duggar family home in Arkansas, fans are eagerly waiting for Jana to have a spinoff show centered around her many talents!

Cooking, repair work, home decor, nannying… the possibilities are endless!

Jana is often noted as the one who really raises the remaining Duggar children, including helping out with her sisters’ kids.

Holding a baby while juggling a million other tasks is no problem for this big sis.

Her years of experience are enough to land her probably any job in the world when it comes to childcare.

It’s not like she really had a choice, though, she was pretty much forced at a young age to care for her multiplying sibs.

Yeah, her bottle-feeding skills are nothing to mess around with.

But Jana doesn’t draw the line at all things baby, she is also the go-to-girl for all of her sister’s home decor needs, according to InTouch Weekly.

She completely transformed her family backyard from shab to fab, in proper Joanna Gaines fashion.

Could she be the next HGTV star? It’s not unlikely.

Especially when considering her mad gardening skills!

She knows how to put an army of small children to work and even cousins as small as Izzy and Spurgeon have mastered the seed planting technique.

Oh and she raises chickens too, because why not?

She created an adorable chicken coop with a sign that read “Chick Inn.” Yes, the 29-year-olds got jokes.

And while the chickens …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

Utah members of Congress hail Mueller conclusion that Trump didn’t conspire with Russians

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah members of Congress hailed special counsel Robert Mueller’s conclusion Sunday that Donald Trump’s presidential campaign didn’t conspire with the Russian government to interfere in the 2016 election.

“BREAKING NEWS: No American conspired with Russia to alter our elections. A great day for America,” Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, tweeted shortly after Attorney General William Barr sent a four-page summary of the nearly 2-year investigation to Congress.

Stewart said as Mueller delivered the report to Barr last Friday that he would be “completely shocked” if there were evidence of collusion or conspiracy.

A copy of a letter from Attorney General William Barr advising Congress of the principal conclusions reached by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, is shown Sunday, March 24, 2019 in Washington. (AP Photo)

Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, said it’s “good news” that the special counsel concluded that neither the president nor his campaign colluded with the Russian government.

“The Mueller investigation, led by a person of such honor and integrity, has faithfully applied the rule of law despite accusations and fears to the contrary,” Romney tweeted.

“It is now time for the country to move forward,” he added.

Mueller’s investigation concluded without finding adequate evidence to show that officials with the Trump campaign aided Russian attempts to meddle in the election.

“The investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities,” the special counsel wrote in his findings, according Barr’s letter.

Mueller’s report also do not take a clear position on whether Trump obstructed justice.

“For each of the relevant actions investigated, the report sets out evidence on both sides of the question and leave unresolved what the special counsel views as ‘difficult issues’ of law and fact concerning whether the president’s actions and intent could be viewed as …read more

Source:: Deseret News – U.S. & World News

The Vox guide to Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russia investigation

Special counsel Robert Mueller has completed his report on possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 presidential election. In May 2017, the Justice Department appointed Mueller, a former FBI director, to oversee the investigation.

Since then, Mueller’s investigation has unearthed numerous crimes, some related to the Russian collusion question and some not, that have led to indictments or guilty pleas from 34 individuals and three companies. This includes six former Trump advisers, 26 Russian nationals, one California man, three Russian companies, and one London-based lawyer. Seven of these 34 people have pleaded guilty to crimes. That number includes five former Trump associates who have pleaded guilty or been convicted: Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen, Michael Flynn, George Papadopoulos, and Rick Gates.

Mueller has now completed his report, but what happens next is up to Attorney General Bill Barr. This guide will help you understand everything you need to know about this story, from the crimes to the key players to how it all connects to President Trump — and what it could mean for his administration.

…read more

Source:: Vox – All

Barr’s summary of the Mueller report is out. Here are the key Trump-Russia questions we still don’t have answers to.

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Following the release of Attorney General William Barr’s summary of the special counsel Robert Mueller’s findings in the Russia investigation, there are myriad questions we still don’t have answers to.
Mueller found no evidence that there was a conspiracy between President Donald Trump’s campaign and the Russians during the 2016 election, but he did not “exonerate” Trump on obstruction of justice.
Barr said he will try to make as much of Mueller’s report public as he can, consistent with Justice Department guidelines.
In the meanwhile, scroll down for a running list of questions we still have about the slew of contacts and meetings between Trump associates and those linked to Russia; Trump’s continued and often public attempts to exert control over the Russia probe; and the biggest mystery of them all: whether Trump acted as a witting or unwitting agent of Russia.

Attorney General William Barr released a highly anticipated summary of the special counsel Robert Mueller’s findings in his investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 US election on Sunday.

Barr’s conclusions were as follows:

“The Special Counsel states that ‘while this report does not conclude that the President committed [an obstruction-of-justice] crime, it also does not exonerate him.'”
“The Special Counsel’s investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia” during the election.
Russia’s interference operation consisted of two main elements: a social-media influence campaign aimed at swaying American voter opinion, and a hacking operation aimed at stealing and disseminating information to tilt the 2016 election.
Mueller “determined not to make a traditional prosecutorial judgment” on whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice in the Russia probe and did not draw a conclusion one way or the other. Instead, he laid out all the evidence prosecutors had collected and left it up to Barr to determine …read more

Source:: Business Insider