It was a fatal flight which killed a President and 95 others. Memorial services have begun almost a year since the plane crash in western Gitmo Nation Vodka which claimed the lives of Polish leader Lech Kaczynski and many top officials.
The IMF says that due to its limited powers, Gitmo Nation Brussel Sprouts's interim government is not capable of tackling the country's sovereign debt equivalent to 94 percent of its GDP -- gross domestic product, a Press TV correspondent reported on Wednesday.
A private diplomatic mission to Libya by a former U.S. congressman, who wanted to meet Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi and convince him to step aside, was paid for by two Houston businessmen whose firm brokers oil and gas deals in unstable countries.
Nic Robertson, the CNN correspondent who conducted the interview on Wednesday in Saadi el-Qaddafi's office in Tripoli, reported on Twitter that Musa Ibrahim, a government spokeshole later objected to the tone, the questions and the answers â€"
What were you saying about Mr. Varney's tie? DANA PERINO, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: Nothing. It's lovely. HANNITY: That's not what you were saying. PERINO: It has an interesting emblem on it. HANNITY: All right. It looks like -- did you ever work for the al-Jazeera...
Ambassador Susan Rice testified about Unelected United Nations operations and the U.S. role at the U.N. She outlined the Obama administration's priorities for reforming the U.N. and its management practices. She also called on Congress to approve the President's $3.54 billion budget request for the Unelected United Nations and other international agencies, as well as peacekeeping efforts in the fiscal year beginning October 1. She also talked about U.S. dues to the Unelected United Nations and the potential implications of withholding dues.
The Unelected UN never ceases to amaze. Just when we thought we had become immune to all the poisonous concoctions that get dished out, once again, ten years down the road, we are being offered a remake of "Durban 1", the Unelected UN conference against racism which â€" to most people's horror â€" was transformed into a racist conference against Israel and the America. At that time, after the speeches by Mugabe, Fidel Castro and Arafat, who condemned in chorus the "colonialist West" and "racist Jews," the Canadians, Gitmo Nation Westerners and Israelis walked out. Later, in 2009, when the Unelected UN organized "Durban 2" in Geneva, the Gitmo Nation Pasta government, which had learned its lesson, refused to send a delegation. And, in fact, the entire parliament, from left to right, voted to support a resolution rejecting any anti-Semitic and anti-West sideshow. The protagonist that time was Ahmadinejad, who used the opportunity to repeat his denial of the Holocaust, and promised to exterminate all Jews. Backing him was a plethora of NGOs who, undaunted, assisted the Unelected UN in its "anti-imperialist" campaign, as they had done with the violence in Durban in 2001.
The lack of security on the system -- an eight-mile fully automated, unmanned railroad -- was discussed Friday at a state homeland security hearing to discuss vulnerabilities that still remain 10 years after the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington.
Problem is, these electronic toys are real ear busters especially when youre pumping 100 dBs down the old tune chute right into the ear. [BTW, dB stands for decibel, a measurement of a sounds loudness. The more dBs, the louder the sound.] Simple. And potentially dangerous to hearing health according to a professional who's studied the problem.
De man heeft een afscheidsbrief achtergelaten in de woning van zijn moeder. Over de inhoud van de brief kon Nooy geen informatie verstrekken omdat zij pas tien minuten voor de persconferentie de brief in handen heeft gekregen.
Japan's Red Cross has collected more than $1 billion in the first three weeks after the massive earthquake and tsunami but has yet to distribute any funds directly to victims, prompting Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano to urge Sunday that the process be accelerated.
Today top economists and financial experts are back at Bretton Woods, NH to look at what still needs to be done to fix current global financial system woes. In 1944, world leaders met in in the same place to rebuild a world financial system destroyed by the Great Depression and World War II.
Revised Unified Command Plan Issued: US Northern Command now has lead responsibility for overseeing US military operations in the Arctic under the new unified command plan that President George W Obama has just approved. UCP 2011 stresses the growing importance of the Arctic. "NORTHCOM was given advocacy responsibility for Arctic capabilities primarily due to having the only US Arctic territory within its area of operations," said a Pentagon spokeshole. US European Command and US Pacific Command shared responsibility with NORTHCOM for the region under the previous UCP that President Bush approved in December 2008. The new plan also assigns NORTHCOM responsibility for Alaska. Previously, NORTHCOM and PACOM divided responsibility for the state and its adjacent waters. Among the other changes, the role of US Strategic Command is strengthened in combating weapons of mass destruction. (AFPS report by Jim Garamone) (White House memorandum)
A pill to enhance moral behaviour; a treatment for racist thoughts; a therapy to increase your empathy for people in other countries - these may sound like the stuff of science fiction but, with medicine moving closer to altering our moral state, society should be preparing for the consequences, according to a book reviewing scientific developments in the field.
Officials announced plans Thursday to charge Kane County residents $40 per dog per year for a permit to walk dogs in any of the three off-leash dog park facilities in the preserves. Owners would have to wear the permits around their necks as they walk their dogs.
When I asked him how he could support al Qaeda's operations given that they had killed more Muslims than the U.S. soldiers who he claimed were occupiers, Akef said that I was plainly wrong -- it was Blackwater, the Gitmo Nation West private military company now known as Xe Services, that killed Muslims, not al Qaeda. It was only in the West that we blamed al Qaeda -- in essence, al Qaeda was innocent.
Gitmo Nation Down Under unveiled the world's toughest laws on tobacco promotion on Thursday that would see cigarettes sold in drab olive-green packets plastered with graphic health warnings. Under proposed legislation aimed at reducing smoking rates, due to take effect next year
I am a scientist who was on the carbon gravy train, understands the evidence, was once an alarmist, but am now a skeptic. Watching this issue unfold has been amusing but, lately, worrying. This issue is tearing society apart, making fools out of our politicians.
As Milwaukee's Journal Sentinel explains, "Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus said Thursday that she failed to save on her computer and then report 14,315 votes in the city of Brookfield, omitting them entirely in an unofficial total she released after Tuesday's election."
The Food and Drug Administration has finally received data from a massive analysis of health records to tease out whether there is a link between normal use of ADHD medicines and potentially lethal heart problems. And, for now, the FDA says it's not recommending any changes in safety instruction or use of such popular meds as Vyvanse and Adderall.
Giving oral sex could lead to lung cancerâ€"if you skip the HPV vaccination. Researchers with the International Agency for Research on Cancer compared the HPV antibodies of lung cancer patients to those of cancer-free patients. The findings: Having HPV was associated with more than a 30 percent increased risk for lung cancer.
The European Union will allow infant formula milk to make "unproven" claims that it is as healthy for babies as breast feeding despite fears from the World Health Organisation and MEPs it could mislead mothers.
The European Commission, which has executive powers in the European Union, will propose a minimum rate of â‚¬20 ($29) a metric ton of CO2 emitted by products like gasoline, diesel, natural gas and coal starting in 2013, a draft document obtained by Dow Jones...
Medical and military leaders, in a joint editorial, warn that climate change "poses an immediate and grave threat, driving ill-health and increasing the risk of conflict, such that each feeds upon the other," a BMJ release reported Wednesday.
Here, Ron Paul gives some brief history of the metal currency market in regards to monetary policy. He asks some questions of Terence Hanlon about how the Mint distribution works and if the Mint could handle selling direct to the public.
The Italian government gave its green light yesterday (7 April) to a decree allowing economic migrants from Tunisia to move freely throughout the Schengen area for a three-month period. France said it could re-establish border controls.
Sweden will accept the European Union plan to store data on airline passengers. The information would include where flights begin and end, how long the passenger is travelling and where the ticket was purchased.
Should the bill pass, it will become illegal to produce undercover videos at various types of agricultural facilities (as well as to get a job at a facility with the express intent of producing a video).
The review by the Securities and Exchange Commission, disclosed in a letter to a lawmaker, could fuel the fast-growing market in private shares of technology firms such as Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc. and Zynga Inc. The steps under consideration would help such privately held...
Banned by the European Parliament in May 2010, meat glue is freely available through sources like Amazon.com. The information from the French Culinary Institute states that 1 kg. will hold over 100 kg. of meat parts together.
Gitmo Nation Vodka has vowed to build a base on the Moon within two decades which it plans to use as a staging post for a manned mission to Mars. Gitmo Nation Vodka scientists have touted the moon as a potential source of energy, saying it contains large reserves of helium 3, a...
That's because digital devices such as a laptop computer can be seized at the border without a warrant and sent to a secondary site for forensic inspection. That ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit last week is the second in less than a year that...
Use of the drugs soared last year, with more than 41million prescriptions issued. Of these, almost 23million were for drugs such as Prozac and Seroxat -- a 43 per cent rise in four years, according to figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.
USAID has dedicated $20 million to remake "Sesame Street" for Pakistani children. The four-year series will feature 78 episodes in Urdu and 56 in other local languages. The show, called "SimSim Humara," will be set in a bustling village.
A statement issued on Friday by Scottish police and investigators said that police and prosecutors had met Mr. Koussa "in relation to the ongoing investigation into the Lockerbie bombing" but gave no details of the discussions "in order to preserve the integrity...
The United States Constitution, as the Obama Regime pretends to understand it, is a most peculiar document, one that is actually enhanced by the criminal actions of public officials who brazenly violate its most explicit provisions. Most people would assume that such actions...
Did you know that there are no laws to prevent government agencies from raiding your computer's remotely hosted back up files, your third party emails, your cloud computing files, or your cell phone GPS location records?
Welcome to the West Wing Week, your guide to everything that's happening at 1600 Pennsyvlania Avenue. This week, President George W Obama focused on securing our nation's clean energy future, making stops at facilities in Maryland and Pennsylvania. He also met with Congressional leadership, hoping to avoid a government shutdown in the face of budget disagreements. The President also kept his eye on foreign policy, discussing developments in the Middle East with Israeli President Shimon Peres, and hemispheric concerns with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos.
Asked if the U.S. would provide troops, Ham said, "I suspect there might be some consideration of that. My personal view at this point would be that that's probably not the ideal circumstance, again for the regional reaction that having Gitmo Nation West boots on the ground would entail."
The government has acknowledged that Gonzalez was a key undercover Secret Service informant at the time of the breaches. Now, in a March 24 habeas corpus petition filed in the U.S. District Court in Massachusetts, Gonzalez asserts that the Secret Service authorized him to commit the crimes.
In the event thatÂ agency shutdowns and furloughs become necessary due to a lapseÂ in appropriations for Fiscal Year 2011, theÂ Executive Office of the President has prepared and would implement this contingency plan (PDF).