From: http://22passi.blogspot.com/2011/06/press-conferece-defkalion-il-230611.htmlToday, there is great pessimism regarding the future energy needs of our planet. Energy will soon become universally cheap, clean and readily usable.
RECENTLY THE NEVADA SS OFFICES HAVE SENT LETTERS SAYING NEVADA IS CUTTING SSI TO SENIORS OVER 65, THE BLIND, THE DIABLED ETC.(BY ABOUT 1/3 TO 1/2.)
If Obama caves on the debt ceiling negotiations, then it is time Progressives plan to challenge him in a primary by putting forth a non corporatist with leadership capabilities. It is obvious Obama is a "bought and paid for corporatist" with absolutely no leadership skills. We were sold a bill of goods starting with his book Audacity of Hope all the way through his campaign. For him to campaign on hope and change and then to make a mockery of it by giving us neither is all that I can take.
May 10–11, 1945 Target Committee at Los Alamos, led by J. Robert Oppenheimer
4/5/1944 "The first production reactor that made plutonium-239 was the X-10 Graphite Reactor. It went online in 1943 and was built at a facility in Oak Ridge that later became the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.[note 5] On April 5, 1944, Emilio Segrè at Los Alamos received the first sample of reactor-produced plutonium from Oak Ridge. "
Ford is expanding in Great Britian, GM is expanding in China and India. GE is in China, in fact, I just read an article stating that China is GE's second home.
Google any one of these and most other large companies and you'll see they are slowly expanding their operations overseas and not here. When will the day come when the corporate headquarters move from the US and into those other countries leaving us as a third rate country only good for cheap labor, natural resources, and farm products.
US Confused Strategy about Pakistan:Although a number of strategic institutes of international relations and thinktanks play a key role in formulation of external policies of the United States, yet US has been following a
I live in the state of Texas and Democratic Party representation is scare to say the least. However, I think it is important, even though my representative, John Cornyn, is as staunch a tea party republican as you can find, that I make my voice heard. He is my representative after all. My point is that we democrats, who are without Democratic Party representation in our districts, should still make our voices heard, if for no other reason than that they, republicans, know we are out there.