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  • casp321 casp321 Nov 21, 2012 11:13 AM Flag

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    The league has been beset by frequent operational interruptions since at least summer 2011. The United Football League announced on October 20, 2012 that it was ceasing operations immediately, after four weeks of play.

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    • Re: Re: Re: Google illegal money making machine: stealing from inventors/investors & distributing among US agencies
      By casp321 . Nov 20, 2012 5:58 PM

      Pelosi seeks input from diverse array of confidants

      Zachary Coile, Chronicle Washington Bureau

      Published 4:00 a.m., Tuesday, December 19, 2006

      Financier Bill Hambrecht, former state Senate leader John Burton and Democratic Rep. George Miller of Martinez are just a few of the insiders who make up House Speaker-to-be Pelosi's circle of advisers and confidants.

      Not surprisingly, the list includes many of the Bay Area's best-known power brokers, from former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown to California Sen. Barbara Boxer to Rep. Anna Eshoo of Palo Alto, who is one of Pelosi's closest friends in Congress.

      "We've known each other for 30 years," said Eshoo, who met Pelosi at a party fundraiser at the Atherton home of Madeleine Haas Russell. "It was long before either of us were elected to Congress. ... We were mothers; we were both involved in the community and in the Democratic Party. We had many commonalities."

      Pelosi's circle is filled with Silicon Valley heavyweights. She has long-standing ties to investment banker Sandy Robertson and venture capitalists Tom Perkins and John Doerr. More recently, she befriended Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin,

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      Re: Re: Re: Google illegal money making machine: stealing from inventors/investors & distributing among US agencies
      By casp321 . Nov 20, 2012 5:51 PM
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      Google should not be accused of "unfair" acts: lawmakers
      Reuters โ€“ Mon, Nov 19, 2012
      Anna Eshoo, on the Energy and Commerce Committee, and Zoe Lofgren, who is on the Judiciary Committee, said there were reports to suggest the FTC planned to use the unfair standard to avoid proving some elements required in an antitrust claim.
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      December 12, 2010 | Modified: March 19, 2012

      Finally, Paul Pelosi Jr., Nancy's only son, works for Bill Hambrecht at WR Hambrecht.

      Pelosi's office didn't return a phone call, but Hambrecht did. I asked him if his ties to Pelosi earned him the hearing. He said Pelosi was motivated only by "genuine desire to find a private-sector solution" to unemployment. Hambrecht added that Democratic Rep. Anna Eshoo, whose Silicon Valley district includes many start-ups, was the real prime mover.

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      Re: Re: Google illegal money making machine: stealing from inventors/investors & distributing among US agencies
      By casp321 . Nov 20, 2012 5:43 PM

      Hambrecht, Paul husband of Nancy congresswoman, ...

      Google should not be accused of "unfair" acts: lawmakers
      Reuters โ€“ Mon, Nov 19, 2012

      WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two lawmakers urged the Federal Trade Commission on Monday to steer clear of expanding its authority as it investigates allegations search engine company Google violated antitrust law.

      The two California Democrats in the House of Representatives, who count Google as a major campaign contributor, asked the FTC not to accuse the company of "unfair" acts if it believes it broke antitrust law.

      Anna Eshoo, on the Energy and Commerce Committee, and Zoe Lofgren, who is on the Judiciary Committee, said there were reports to suggest the FTC planned to use the unfair standard to avoid proving some elements required in an antitrust claim.

 
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