Listened closely to hearings. Every disagreement was a "JUDGEMENT CALL". Hillery is in the clear. No politics here, except to make Hillery "look bad" for the 2016 Presidential election.
Huckabee said that Obama will not finish his 2nd term. We all know what he means, and the nut-wings that he is pushing. Huckabee is a Fox-devil.
The far, extreme right is trying to control the USA with their political agenda, which centers on fear and guns. 2014 will be the election year for all this to surface, as women lead the way back to the political center. The NRA will throw out their leadership, and become more moderate, in agreement with most Americans (90% want background checks). The police oppose current NRA policies.
These people are the "insane" right, that are evil, dangerous, and on the "take" from the gun manufacturers and the Mexican drug cartel. They promote civil war and assassinations everywhere, including our schools.
Both groups were against minority groups, tried to "ditch" the current Presidents and tried to take over the government with guns and bombs. They both are examples of white supremacy at its worse. The NRA is dangerous and needs to be watched closely, since it is "militia-gun-ready" to move on minorites and Washington DC. They are controlling Congress with gerrymandering and the filibuster, which prevents any common sense, saftey gun laws and background checks.
The new president of the NRA talks about the "War of Northern Aggression" and why Jeff Davis lost the war. He is preparing well armed militias to win the coming 21st century war, No background checks are needed for these future rulers of the world.
Hospira Inc.’s first quarter 2013 adjusted earnings of 52 cents per share beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 44 cents. Higher-than-expected revenues led to the earnings beat. Moreover, earnings were above the year-ago figure by 10.6%. Including one-time items, the company suffered a loss of 46 cents per share as opposed to earnings of 24 cents a year-ago.
First quarter revenues increased 2.3% to $988.3 million, narrowly beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $988 million.
The NRA is on the "ROPES". It is time to throw out their president and VP for reasonable Americans, that are not in favor with the drug cartels and terrorist.
No one wants to address the fact that al-Qaeda and the NRA make strange bed fellows. Both have the same objectives, when it comes to gun laws.
The NRA believes that the gun issue will go away, and they will be the POWER in the USA. We need background checks in and assult weapons only in the hands of the police. I cannot understand why the NRA would oppose these obvious controls for everyone's safety. The NRA appears doomed.
al-Qaeda prays to Allah every moment to keep the NRA in control of the USA government. The USA is the only counrty in the world where al-Qaeda can purchase assult weapons and bomb power with such ease and in such volume. The NRA opposes background checks. The NRA, in this way, supports Racial Islamist and their goal to eliminate Christianity from the Middle-east and the rest of the world.
There is an excellent change that this was a "red line" plant to draw us into this war and ultimately destroy our military. This would be a win-win for radical Islam.
The company -- which accounted for 82.3 percent of Chinese search-engine queries in the fourth quarter, according to Bloomberg Industries -- wants to extend its dominance of China’s search market to mobile devices and favors acquisitions over building the company, CEO Li said yesterday.
This comment makes the point that we have 2 groups to fear: Radical Islam and the NRA.
International Business Machines Corp said on Thursday its quarterly non-GAAP income rose 3 percent to $3.4 billion, or $3.00, compared with analyst estimates of $3.05 a share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.
The deterioration in Yen currency since mid-January reduced EPS by $0.07, a spokesman said.
Quarterly revenue dropped 5 percent to $23.4 billion compared with estimates of $24.6 billion. Revenues fell 3 percent adjusted for currency.
Revenue rose 18% to $20.5 billion, meeting analysts' forecasts.
The company got a big boost from the Xbox and Kinect, sales of which grew 56% over last year. But Windows lifted earnings, with profit soaring 16%.
"While there is still work to do, we are optimistic that the bets we've made on Windows devices position us well for the long-term," said chief executive officer at Microsoft.