You seem to believe anything that sounds bad about anyone you are led to hate.
" Hillary Clinton was fired from the House Judiciary Committee's Watergate investigation by Chief Counsel Jerry Zeifman."
You should read the details. Zeifman is a pos
not really. Read the news?
"A yearlong review of information the US intelligence community had prior to the Boston Marathon bombing found that the government did not miss any key details that could have prevented the attack.
Instead, the report found, information Russia withheld from the US could have made a difference, according to an official who described the report's findings."
"In 2011, Russian authorities told the FBI they were worried that one of the suspected bombers and his mother were religious extremists. The Russians were unresponsive when pressed by the FBI for more details. It was only after the 2013 attack that the US intelligence community learned that the Russians had withheld some details that might have led to a more thorough FBI investigation."
You must mean 2012. Breaking news arrives by horseback or dogsled up there?
"The Program for International Student Assessment, or PISA, collects test results from 65 countries for its rankings, which come out every three years. The latest results, from 2012, show that U.S. students ranked below average in math among the world's most-developed countries. They were close to average in science and reading."
What bull. The typical rightwing minds have pushed this #$%$ for decades. I remember in the 90's the shortwave was filled with rants that divisions of Russian spetznatz were training at secret bases in the northwest US, under control of FEMA. All minds are different, but a few so diminished they buy that #$%$, over and over.
It is a widespread view:
"this report is still extremely troubling because it calls BlackBerry’s brand into question. In other words, it signals that former customers have given up on the company. Even large enterprises, which have been BlackBerry’s bread and butter, have been a “hard sell.”
If BlackBerry’s brand is indeed beyond repair, then software sales will almost certainly fall. Indeed, we have seen reports of this, and not just from Mr. Faucette. Analysts at Goldman Sachs and Imperial Capital each believe software sales are falling short."
$7 will be a memory
"According to a report by Mr. Faucette released Monday, BlackBerry has only sold 8,000 Classic and Passport phones this quarter. This is well below the 2-3 million needed in FY2016 to reach projections."
"the presidential brief from Aug. 6, 2001 that was titled "Bin Laden Determined to Strike in U.S.”
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/new-report-shows-how-many-warnings-about-bin-laden-were-ignored-by-the-bush-white-house-2012-9#ixzz3WXs18HLd
""On May 1 the CIA said that a terrorist group in the U.S. was planning an attack.
On June 22 it warned that this attack was "imminent."
On June 29 the brief warned of near-term attacks with "dramatic consequences" including major casualties.
On July 1, the briefing said that the terrorist attack had been delayed but "will occur soon."
On July 24, the president was told again that the attack had been delayed but would occur within months.
These and other similar warnings were ignored by the White House.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/new-report-shows-how-many-warnings-about-bin-laden-were-ignored-by-the-bush-white-house-2012-9#ixzz3WXrEKci6
Hawcreek the liar.
Bush did not get more votes, Americans elected Gore.
"Democrat Albert Gore won the most votes, a half million more than his Republican opponent George W. Bush, but lost the presidency in the electoral college by a count of 271-267. Even this count was suspect, dependent on the tally in Florida, where many minority voters were denied the vote, ballots were confusing, and recounts were mishandled and manipulated. The choice of their leader came not from the citizens of the nation, but from lawyers battling for five weeks. The final decision was made not by 105 million voters, but by a 5-4 majority of the unelected U.S. Supreme Court, issuing a tainted and partisan verdict."
Billionaires demanded their puppet, and Americans got disaster and deaths. Lots of them.
"before the "internet of things" takes off"
So, you don't know this:
"In 1999, Kevin Ashton coins the term "Internet of things" and founds MIT's Auto-ID Center, the leading global research network of academic laboratories in the field of Internet of things"
Does Blackberry hire interns to dig up buzzwords from the previous millenia to pump?
They are not a player at anything.
"Below are the key parameters of a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) regarding the Islamic Republic of Iran's nuclear program that were decided in Lausanne, Switzerland."
" Iran has agreed to reduce by approximately two-thirds its installed centrifuges."
" Iran has agreed to not enrich uranium over 3.67 percent for at least 15 years"
" Iran has agreed to reduce its current stockpile of about 10,000 kg of low-enriched uranium (LEU) to 300 kg of 3.67 percent LEU"
"All centrifuges and related infrastructure will be placed under IAEA monitoring"
Sounds like excellent diplomacy from the US view. Likely, Iran is just not blind to the utter suicidal futility to mixing it up with Israel, and maybe the US too, in a one-nuke v. thousands contest.
Defend what? The natural consequence of ever-increasing productivity bothers you? You must be a Luddite.
Are you upset Obama has not taken measures to improve participation, like FDR did? Seems sensible; shift older workers out of the labor pool by 60 instead of 65. That would really boost participation rate, open up opportunity for the younger. Of course, a little more of the economy would needed to support earlier retirees. But that is absolute horror to a certain party determined to shift the absolute max to the top .5%. Like the one you support.
"The low point — according to historical data going back to 1948 — came in December 1954, when the rate was 58.1 percent.
As for Priebus tying the participation rate to the “Obama economy,” there’s more to that story as well. The labor force participation rate has been declining for more than a decade, and economists predict it will continue to decline for the next decade and more.
Consider a report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics issued in November 2006, more than two years before Obama took office and before the start of the Great Recession. It pegged the start of the decline in participation rates at around 2000, and projected the decline would continue for the next four decades.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, November 2006: Every year after 2000, the rate declined gradually, from 66.8 percent in 2001 to 66.0 percent in 2004 and 2005. According to the BLS projections, the overall participation rate will continue its gradual decrease each decade and reach 60.4 percent in 2050."
And Apple: "Apple's finance team might as well belong to the genius bar given the company is paying interest rates as low as 1.55% on its 5-year bond."
Blackberry debt carries four times the interest rate, it must be considered deadbeat.
You made a bet.
You lost a bet.
Pay up and stop welshing. Your childish hate insults are just not interesting.
Besides, the Simpsons did it already, season two, episode 15
analyst_500 - you say "Bb is generating cash"
They *just* posted a $106M operating loss for the quarter.
If you think they can continue to liquidate piggy banks to claim a profit, you need to hand your investing over to a 5th grader.
You are responsible for arranging the party when it reaches $6.66, again. Hurry, you don't have much time.