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Monthly Archives: October 2011
by Staff Report at the daily Bell Free-Market Analysis: The latest Eurocrat deal to salvage the euro (and perhaps the Union itself) is already falling apart and, as a result, the entire process is ever more publicly suspect. Is the idea … Continue reading
I will be heading back over to Germany in a few days and I will do my best to post from there. I have purchased a new laptop an IBM Think Pad for the task. Whilst I was there the … Continue reading
Thanks be to God the people of Ireland saw through the spin of Mr. Sean Gallagher and the Quango Queen I’m sure I wont be seeing either of them in the local dole queue anytime soon though! Related articles Sean gallagher – … Continue reading
NEWSTALK PRESENTER Eamon Dunphy has accused station owner Denis O’Brien of despising journalism. During his last programme yesterday morning, Mr Dunphy said on air that producers and younger reporters in Newstalk were being “intimidated and blackguarded” and his life was being made … Continue reading
As an actual Fukushima worker warned one month ago,they are finally recognizing pollen may be the biggest menace for internal exposure. Pollen directly gets into your lungs,nostrils,and all around in your body. It causes severe internal exposure. Japanese Forestry Agency has … Continue reading
By Jennifer Ryan Oct. 28 (Bloomberg) — European leaders’ agreement on a 50 percent haircut on Greek bonds may create an event of default if investors accept it, Fitch Ratings said in a statement today. “The 50 percent nominal haircut … Continue reading
By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN CITIGROUP is lucky that Muammar el-Qaddafi was killed when he was. The Libyan leader’s death diverted attention from a lethal article involving Citigroup that deserved more attention because it helps to explain why many average Americans have expressed … Continue reading