When I found out that SyFy was airing a sequel to Sharknado (appropriately named Sharknado 2: The Second One) I made sure that I kept the night of July 30th free. 532 more words
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It’s the level of government very few British Columbians ever think about. More than two hundred aboriginal bands, each with elected chiefs and councils, managing hundreds of millions of dollars in federal and provincial tax money. 565 more words
When I was checking at my Twitter updates, I saw a news that All Nippon Airways and Boeing firmed up ANA’s order for 20 777-9Xs, 6 777-300ERs and 14 787-9s, which confirms the rejection by the same airline of the Airbus’s A330, A350 and A380 (thus despite ordering A320neos): this is just a confirmation of the rejection of the A350 and A380 in all the line. 463 more words
After the House voted to move forward with a lawsuit challenging the right of this or any other President to arbitrarily change, disregard or implement laws without Congressional approval or even debate, both ardent supporters and detractors of President Obama immediately attacked the idea. 867 more words
Dave Hodges from SHTF Plan has an interesting article, here.
“America only has to look at three economic indicators to know that we are in a lot of trouble, The budget deficit is $17 trillion dollars, unfunded (partially or otherwise) mandated social programs constitutes another $222 trillion dollars and the credit swap derivatives total between $1 quadrillion dollars to $1.5 quadrillion dollars. 287 more words