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Weekly(ish) Retweet Roundup

Here are my summaries of some of the news stories I retweeted this week. Featuring: the French “ban” on checking work e-mails, the “Gone Girl” trailer, ‘New Girl”s Max Greenfield’s thoughts on ‘Scandal,’ and how millennials are screwing up their finances. 380 more words


John Kerry's Diplomacy

Secretary Kerry’s patient diplomacy continues to win little victories for the Obama Administration.   Though he lacks the tough veneer of his predecessor, Kerry is proving to be an adept and successful diplomat. 910 more words

Barack Obama

Joining the Malaysian Flight MH-370 Search Industry

Greetings Readers,

As reported on this Blog ten days ago while swimming near my seaside apartment in the Malacca strait not far from Singapore, I found a floating suitcase with a Malaysian Flight MH-370 baggage tag attached to it. 947 more words

War in Ukraine 2014

We may be days away from all out war within Ukraine…..tensions are at a high state……

An excellent piece on the history of a conflict…….just in case you may be interested….you oughta be….this could be the beginning of something BIG!

War in Ukraine 2014.

International Situations

New Law Will Keep Personal Data Sharing out of Court - TheTyee.ca - Mobile


a provision that grants organizations the right to voluntarily disclose personal information without the knowledge of the affected person and without a court order to other non-law enforcement organizations provided they are investigating a breach of an agreement or legal violation (or the possibility of a future violation).

Thanks. God bless.


Media Justice

SMEs find it hard to obtain feedback on their loan applications | m.neurope.eu


In particular, smaller companies are struggling to obtain feedback from banks on their declined credit applications even if they have the right to ask for it. 30 more words

Economic Justice