Space and Science Research Corporation ^ | April 30, 2015 | John L. Casey
The Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC) announces today that the predicted new cold climate will soon begin to end the historic era of growth in US and global agricultural output that began after the end of World War II. Specifically, as a result of recent events on the Sun and changes in the Earth's climate, the SSRC again warns that record crop yields and volume in the US and Canadian corn, wheat, and soybean belts are about to end. The SSRC expects the first substantial damage could be observed at any time but certainly within the next ten years.
This new announcement is based on a well researched set of new climate trends of oceanic and atmospheric temperatures, and solar activity.
That's the selling price for Tesla. The buyer at this price will be the installer who will then resell it and install it. Ya don't think he will do all this for free, do ya. We don't know the final cost to the homeowner. Munk is a deceptive little devil, huh?
The proposed selling price of the battery packs seems to assume costs of production will stay static at today's levels. Will this be the case?
To be profitable, Tesla will have to sell a lot of these battery packs, which means they will have to make a lot of these. What materials go into the production of the battery packs? What will the increased demand for raw materials do to the price of the raw materials? Is there ample supply of these raw materials? Keep in mind that a lot of batteries have to be sold to be profitable.
And we lost. There is still a bottom 10 percent demanding more. (See Baltimore, Md.) More has been spent on the War on Poverty than all other wars combined. A lot of money has been spent to keep minorities enslaved to the government that owns them. Keep on voting democrat, lib loon dopes, things will change. Yeah, right.
Owner of pizza shop says new Seattle minimum wage law is forcing her to close
The owner of Z Pizza says she’s being forced to close her doors, because she can’t afford the higher labor costs.
Ritu Shah Burnham doesn’t want to go out of business, but says she can’t afford the city’s mandated wage hikes.
Shah Burnham is concerned about where her employees will end up when she does close. “I absolutely am terrified for them. I have no idea where they’re going to find jobs, because if I’m cutting hours, I imagine everyone is across the board.”
who walked out of a bar? Of course you didn't. No Irish drunk from Boston ever walked out of a bar. They are carried out. And that would include erazor.
in Fees from Companies Lobbying State
PJ Media ^ | 04-29-2015 | Michael van der Galien
Oh my, corruption thy name is “the Clintons.”
"Former president Bill Clinton reaped more than $2.5 million in speaking fees from 13 companies that lobbied the State Department while his wife was secretary of state. Ten of those companies paid him within the same 3-month reporting period covered by the government documents that disclosed the lobbying activity."
Now, don’t get me wrong. This kind of behavior is completely acceptable in the average banana republic. If you’d do this in, say, Haiti, nobody would say anything.
In the States, however, there are some basic rules of conduct for government officials and their families. One of them is (strange as it may sound to the Clintons): you don’t do business with companies that lobby the government agency your wife runs.
But these corruptocrats – these leaders of the criminal organization known as the Democratic Party – don’t care about any of that. To them, government is one big ‘get rich quick’ scheme. That’s why Bill became president, that’s why Hillary’s running for president now, and that’s why Bill desperately wants to become America’s First #$%$ Lady Gentleman.
CNN ^ Tue April 28, 2015 | By Chris Frates
Washington (CNN)—The IRS watchdog investigating the disappearance of Lois Lerner's emails told a Senate committee it has found roughly 6,400 messages that have never before been turned over to Congress.
Lerner was the IRS official at the center of allegations that the agency targeted tea party groups applying for nonprofit status. Congress requested Lerner's emails from the IRS and agency officials told lawmakers an unknown number of emails had been lost when Lerner's computer "crashed".
The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration is in the process of turning the emails over to the Senate Finance Committee, which is investigating whether the IRS wrongly targeted conservative and other groups seeking tax-exempt status, committee spokesman Aaron Fobes said. (For those who don't know, Lerner was the patsy who took the hit for obama while he played golf. Since then, Lerner has retired and is living the good life on her government pension and other freebies provided by the thankful obama.)
So, once again you make a false assumption and then attack based on that assumption. Your little games don't work here, kid. It must really suck to be you.