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PressTV: US Gen. Breedlove concerned about Putin’s reaction over arming Ukraine

Thu Feb 26, 2015 5:25AM

Gen. Philip Breedlove conducts a news briefing February 25, 2015 at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia. (AFP photo)

The head of US European Command is concerned about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s reaction to Washington’s decision to send weapons to Ukraine. 336 more words


The benefits of downsizing simply put, by Newsweek

“What comes with a tiny house is freedom. Owners can do a lot more in terms of both cash and time. And the environmental footprint is far smaller.” 23 more words

Tiny House

'The Internet? Bah!' Classic off-target essay appeared 20 years ago

Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of the publication date of a commentary about the Internet so breathtakingly off target that it has become something of an online… 964 more words

Watershed Year

#Autism and Death Threats? REALLY?

I’ve just finished reading an article in Newsweek and yes, I’ve taken to the internet to express my outrage. Word of warning, you might be outraged too, but it will be at me. 778 more words

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Hello Barbie ... Hi Stud ...

In the category of “How Soon Will Dolls Have Lasers On Their Heads” Mattel has announced that Hello Barbie has entered the digital age. How frightening is this? 323 more words

Modern World

Menendez and Obama, 'frenemies' for life? Not so, says the senator

WEEHAWKEN — Google search the names “Bob Menendez” and “Barack Obama” these last few weeks and you’ll be met with a barrage of headlines that suggest the two Washington Democrats are in the midst of some deep, untenable standoff over every issue known to man. 655 more words

Barack Obama

Humor wart miliony

Branża finansowa wydaje miliony na reklamę, choć daleko jej do pierwszej trójki inwestujących w nią najwięcej. Prym wiedzie farmaceutyka i motoryzacja. Według ostatniego rankingu Newsweeka… 788 more words