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Mississippi Cuts $1.3 Billion from Schools, Gives $1.3 Billion to Nissan

By Carl Gibson | Reader Supported News | July 23, 2014

Mississippi has proved to us all that austerity, or the political ideology of “government living within its means,” is a farce.

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United States

Measurable Goals and Growth

Goals.  How do you hit them?  How do you place them within sane and profitable range?  How do you avoid the extremes of setting the bar too low—being unchallenged and bored—and shooting unrealistically high (and being discouraged and defeated)? 396 more words

Self-Development

SANTA SPEAKS

“There, dead of sorrow fed by sad defeat,
Is Santa Claus—beloved of girls and boys.
His elves and he no longer could compete
With companies who specialize in toys… 352 more words

Immortal Verse

美國自顧不暇; 中俄趁虛而入

With American’s Monroe Doctrine formally denounced by none other than American’s own John Kerry, America basically invite others to coming in to his back yard and do whatever it wishes. 334 more words

Politics

L'equo NonPenso

Di nuovo sulla vicenda del balzello sui dispositivi elettronici voluto dalla SIAE, di cui ho parlato qualche tempo fa qui.

Mario Seminerio, prezioso come sempre, si prende la briga di ribadire cose ovvie. 68 more words

Economics

PIFSC Staff conduct site visit to American Samoa in July 2014

Four Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC) staff conducted site visits to American Samoa in early July, including Risa Oram (Director’s Office – Science Operations), Kolter Kalberg (Socioeconomics and Planning Group (SPG) – Economics Research Program) and Kimberly Lowe (Fisheries Research and Monitoring Division – Insular Fish Monitoring Program) and Michael Quach (Fisheries Research and Monitoring Division – Western Pacific Fishery Information Network WPacFIN). 511 more words

Scientific Operations