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John McCain

 

United States Senator
from Arizona

In office
January 3, 1987 – August 25, 2018

Preceded by

Barry Goldwater

Succeeded by

Vacant

Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee

In office
January 3, 2015 – August 25, 2018

Preceded by

Carl Levin

Succeeded by

Vacant

Chairman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee

In office
January 3, 2005 – January 3, 2007

Preceded by

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

Succeeded by

Byron Dorgan

In office
January 3, 1995 – January 3, 1997

Preceded by

Daniel Inouye

Succeeded by

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

Chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee

In office
January 3, 2003 – January 3, 2005

Preceded by

Fritz Hollings

Succeeded by

Ted Stevens

In office
January 20, 2001 – June 3, 2001

Preceded by

Fritz Hollings

Succeeded by

Fritz Hollings

In office
January 3, 1997 – January 3, 2001

Preceded by

Larry Pressler

Succeeded by

Fritz Hollings

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Arizona‘s 1st district

In office
January 3, 1983 – January 3, 1987

Preceded by

John Jacob Rhodes

Succeeded by

John Jacob Rhodes III

Personal details 

Born

John Sidney McCain III
August 29, 1936
Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone, U.S.

Died 

August 25, 2018 (aged 81)
Cornville, Arizona, U.S.

Resting place 

United States Naval Academy Cemetery, Annapolis, Maryland (planned burial site)

Political party 

Republican

Spouse(s) 

Children 

7, including Meghan

Parents 

John S. McCain Jr. and Roberta Wright

Relatives 

Joe McCain (brother)

Education 

United States Naval Academy (BS)

Signature 

Website 

Senate website

Military service 

Allegiance 

 United States

Service/branch 

 United States Navy

Years of service 

1958–1981 

Rank 

Captain

Battles/wars 

Vietnam War (POW)

Awards 

 

John Sidney McCain III (August 29, 1936 – August 25, 2018) was an American politician and military officer who served as a United States Senator from Arizona from 1987 until his death in 2018. He previously served two terms in the United States House of Representatives and was the Republican nominee for President of the United States in the 2008 election, which he lost to Barack Obama.

McCain graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1958 and was commissioned into the United States Navy. He became a naval aviator and flew ground-attack aircraft from aircraft carriers. During the Vietnam War, he was almost killed in the 1967 USS Forrestal fire. While on a bombing mission during Operation Rolling Thunder over Hanoi in October 1967, he was shot down, seriously injured, and captured by the North Vietnamese. He was a prisoner of war until 1973. He experienced episodes of torture and refused an out-of-sequence early repatriation offer. The wounds that he sustained during the war left him with lifelong physical disabilities. He retired from the Navy as a captain in 1981 and moved to Arizona, where he entered politics. In 1982, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives, where he served two terms. He entered the U.S. Senate in 1987 and easily won reelection five times, the final time in 2016.

While generally adhering to conservative principles, McCain also had a media reputation as a “maverick” for his willingness to disagree with his party on certain issues. After being investigated and largely exonerated in a political influence scandal of the 1980s as one of the Keating Five, he made campaign finance reform one of his signature concerns, which eventually resulted in passage of the McCain–Feingold Act in 2002. He was also known for his work in the 1990s to restore diplomatic relations with Vietnam, and for his belief that the Iraq War should have been fought to a successful conclusion. He chaired the Senate Commerce Committee and opposed pork barrel spending. He belonged to the bipartisan “Gang of 14” which played a key role in alleviating a crisis over judicial nominations.

McCain entered the race for the Republican nomination for president in 2000, but lost a heated primary season contest to Governor George W. Bush of Texas. He secured the nomination in 2008 after making a comeback from early reversals, but was defeated by Democratic nominee Barack Obama in the general election, losing by a 365–173 electoral college margin. He subsequently adopted more orthodox conservative stances and attitudes and largely opposed actions of the Obama administration, especially with regard to foreign policy matters. By 2013, he had become a key figure in the Senate for negotiating deals on certain issues in an otherwise partisan environment. In 2015, he became Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. After a diagnosis of brain cancer in 2017, he reduced his role in the Senate to focus on treatment. In August 2018, he passed away at the age of 81.


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    Timberg, Robert (1999). “The Punk”. John McCain, An American Odyssey. Simon and Schuster. ISBN 978-0-684-86794-6. Retrieved August 4, 2015 – via The New York Times.
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    Roberts, Gary (April 1, 2008). “On the Ancestry, Royal Descent, and English and American Notable Kin of Senator John Sidney McCain IV”. New England Historic Genealogical Society. Archived from the original on September 15, 2008. Retrieved May 19, 2008.
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    c Nowicki, Dan and Muller, Bill. “John McCain Report: At the Naval Academy”, The Arizona Republic
    (March 1, 2007). Retrieved November 10, 2007; “How the biography was put together”, The Arizona Republic (March 1, 2007). Retrieved June 18, 2008. (“McCain’s grades [at the Naval Academy] were good in the subjects he enjoyed, such as literature and history. Gamboa said McCain would rather read a history book than do his math homework. He did just enough to pass the classes he didn’t find stimulating. ‘He stood low in his class,’ Gamboa said. ‘But that was by choice, not design.'”)
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  6. Jump up ^ Alexander, Man of the People, p. 22.
  7. Jump up ^ McCain was christened and raised Episcopalian. See Nichols, Hans. “McCain Keeps His Faith to Himself, at Church and in Campaign”, Bloomberg (April 25, 2008). He then identified as a Baptist, although he had not been baptized as an adult, and was not an official member of the church he attended. See Warner, Greg. “McCain’s faith: Pastor describes senator as devout, but low-key”, Associated Baptist Press (April 8, 2008). Retrieved September 6, 2008. Also see Hornick, Ed. “McCain and Obama cite moral failures”
    Archived August 18, 2008, at the Wayback Machine., CNN (August 16, 2008): “McCain, who was raised an Episcopalian and now identifies himself as Baptist, rarely discusses his faith.” Retrieved August 16, 2008. Also see Reston, Maeve and Mehta, Seema. “Barack Obama and John McCain to Meet at Saddleback Church”, Los Angeles Times, (August 16, 2008): “McCain [is] an Episcopalian who attends a Baptist church in Phoenix…” Retrieved August 16, 2008.
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  13. Jump up ^ Alexander, Man of the People, 207. McCain scored 128 and then 133 on IQ tests.
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  23. Jump up ^ McCain, Faith of My Fathers, pp. 177–79.
  24. Jump up ^ US Navy Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships – Forrestal
    Archived March 20, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.. States either Aircraft No. 405 piloted by LCDR Fred D. White or No. 416 piloted by LCDR John McCain was struck by the Zuni.
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  26. Jump up ^ Hubbell, P.O.W., p. 364
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  29. Jump up ^ Alexander, Man of the People, 54.
  30. Jump up ^ Timberg, American Odyssey, p. 89
  31. Jump up ^ Rochester and Kiley, Honor Bound, p. 363
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    b McCain, John. “How the POW’s Fought Back”
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  35. Jump up ^ Hubbell, P.O.W., pp. 288–306.
  36. Jump up ^ Hubbell, P.O.W., pp. 548–49
  37. Jump up ^ Alexander, Man of the People, p. 60
  38. Jump up ^ Alexander, Man of the People, p. 64
  39. Jump up ^ Rochester and Kiley, Honor Bound, pp. 489–91
  40. Jump up ^ Rochester and Kiley, Honor Bound, pp. 510, 537
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    n Nowicki, Dan and Muller, Bill. “John McCain Report: Arizona, the early years”, The Arizona Republic (March 1, 2007). Regarding his first marriage, McCain said that he “had not shown the same determination to rebuild (his) personal life” as he had shown in his military career, and that “marriages can be hard to recover after great time and distance have separated a husband and wife. We are different people when we reunite… But my marriage’s collapse was attributable to my own selfishness and immaturity more than it was to Vietnam, and I cannot escape blame by pointing a finger at the war. The blame was entirely mine.” Retrieved November 21, 2007.
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    “McCain Releases His Tax Returns”
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  62. Jump up ^ Alexander, Man of the People, p. 100
  63. Jump up ^ Alexander, Man of the People, pp. 100–01
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  75. Jump up ^ Alexander, Man of the People, p. 112
  76. Jump up ^ Alexander, Man of the People, pp. 115–20
  77. Jump up ^ Alexander, Man of the People, pp. 150–51
  78. Jump up ^ Alexander, Man of the People, pp. 152–54
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    b Curry, Tom. “McCain takes grim message to South Carolina”, MSNBC (April 26, 2007). Retrieved December 27, 2007.
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  87. Jump up ^ McCain, Worth the Fighting For, p. 327
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    b Eggen, Dan and Shear, Michael. “Vote Against Waterboarding Bill Called Consistent”, The Washington Post (February 16, 2008): “[T]he aide said, there are noncoercive interrogation techniques not used by the Army that could be useful to the CIA.” Retrieved June 9, 2008.
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  139. Jump up ^ Birnbaum, Jeffrey and Solomon, John. “McCain’s Unlikely Ties to K Street”, The Washington Post (December 31, 2007). Retrieved January 3, 2008.
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    Archived May 24, 2012, at Archive.is, The Des Moines Register (December 17, 2007). Retrieved December 29, 2007.
  145. Jump up ^ Sinderbrand, Rebecca. “McCain, Clinton win Concord Monitor endorsements”
    Archived January 2, 2008, at the Wayback Machine., CNN (December 29, 2007). Retrieved December 29, 2007.
  146. Jump up ^
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  149. Jump up ^ Jones, Tim; Anderson, Lisa. “Moderates flock to McCain in S.C.; 2nd-place finish deals blow for Huckabee”, Chicago Tribune (January 20, 2008). Retrieved November 2, 2008.
  150. Jump up ^
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  151. Jump up ^
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  152. Jump up ^ Holland, Steve. “Giuliani, Edwards quit White House Race”, Reuters (January 30, 2008). Retrieved January 30, 2008.
  153. Jump up ^ Sidoti, Liz. “Romney Suspends Presidential Campaign”, Associated Press (February 7, 2008). Retrieved February 22, 2017.
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  156. Jump up ^ Page, Susan. “McCain runs strong as Democrats battle on”
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  157. Jump up ^
    “McCain tells his story to voters”
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  158. Jump up ^ Luo, Michael and Palmer, Griff. “McCain Faces Test in Wooing Elite Donors”, The New York Times (March 31, 2008). Retrieved May 10, 2008.
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The Mu -ji -man Codes:( Timothy Boulis)

Timothy Boulis:

DOB 5-24- 1982

DOD 11-17-2018

coded age: 29

Death age 27

Mu-ji-man Codes: 3 46164294628712562633617176374163124534 (2)

THE MU-JI-MAN CODES:(ANTHONY BOURDAIN)

Anthony Bourdain


American chef

It is always sad to hear of the death of A famous celebrity like Anthony Bourdain, especially the manner in which he died.Here at the mu-ji-man Codes we will like to wish his daughter,and other remaining members of his family deep condolences ,and to share this with the family hopefully,it will bring some peace and make some sense of his sudden departure.

THE MU-JI-MAN CODES FOR ANTHONY BOURDAIN ARE AS FOLLOWS.

CODED AGE: 62 DEATH AGE 61(he would have been celebrating his 62nd birthday on the 25 of this month)THE FOLLOWING IS HIS COMPLETE CODES: 3779 4615086574938153263919542762312691532143124513 ( 2) .

Anthony Michael Bourdain was an American celebrity chef, author, travel documentarian, and television personality who starred in programs focusing on the exploration of international culture, cuisine, and the human condition. Wikipedia

BornJune 25, 1956, New York City, NY

DiedJune 8, 2018, Strasbourg, France

SpouseOttavia Busia (m. 2007–2016), Nancy Putkoski (m. 1985–2005)

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