In the midst of a chaotic, violent and crime-laden world human relationships can still form, sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worst, more often than not both. 445 more words
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Last Friday, the BBC’s Andrew Neil frustrated a majority of viewer and even the press by spending the bulk of his half-hour interview with Jeremy Corbyn on the topic of the IRA. 304 more words
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For those who are either unaware, do not know, or particularly care, Boris Johnson is, miraculously, the current British Foreign Secretary. 599 more words
From a thread at Sunday Telegraph related to Corbyn’s terrorism stance, especially the IRA
Gayle Loveland 28 May 2017 3:52PM114 more words
….How about inviting to TEA in the Commons a convicted IRA terrorist only two weeks after the Brighton bombing (similar to inviting a member of ISIL to tea two weeks post-Manchester)?
One of the benefits of a 401(k) is that there are two account options. There is the Traditional 401(k) and the Roth 401(k). An employer who offers a 401(k) may only offer the Traditional 401(k), but since the Roth 401(k) became an option in 2006, employers have begun to offer it as well. 551 more words
The big news this week was an Op-Ed published by Labor Secretary Acosta in the Wall Street Journal that declared, in no uncertain terms, that there will not be any further delay in the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule beyond June 9th. 640 more words