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Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Ariel Casey
As she watched her son be interviewed by April O'Neil and her turtle sidekick, Ariel Casey of Rockville said at the very least, Awesome Con was much closer to home than some of the other conventions she has attended.
The child of two professional dancers, Ms. Casey said she learned on her own to appreciate comics and movies thanks to the 1978 Christopher Reeve film "Superman," based on the flying DC Comics superhero.