Just be happy that they aren't using their Varsity.
Elk, have murder rates and shootings increased or decreased since the attorney general announced the prosecution and ask for the Justice Department investigation? Didn't you say that these good ole west Baltimorefolks were just being harassed by the cops? Libroids.
Flop, how do you not think this is the worlds problem which as the leader of the free world is our problem? Can you not see a few move ahead what can happen? Would you have engaged al Qaeda before 9/11 or just let it be for some other country to deal with?
Engaging ISIS now will help to ensure that they do not become a 'domestic' problem. Do you think they a bluffing when the talk of having operatives in the U.S. already.
Yup flop, these folks should be ready to start their up rising to overthrow ISIS any day now.
Isil is imposing a curfew and searching for any elements related to the regime,” a resident, Abu Leith al-Shaer, said, after he too left.
"They executed nine people from two families after accusing them of being spies for the regime."
Photographs of the nine men, four with heads next to the rest of their corpses, were circulated online. They were said to be members of the Shaitat tribe, a Sunni clan which joined forces with the regime after 700 of its members were massacred following an uprising against Isil rule further east in Syria last summer.
Flop - Can'tbelieve you are serious. How much damage is done while we are hoping that they will collapse? We've already seen killings here that are related to ISIS, let alone thousands that will likely be killed as they expand.They tend to kill people who rebel against them if you haven't noticed. The longer we wait the more of a problem this will become. They are well financed and have decent military capabilities right now, but would be quite vulnrable if facing a real army - clearly air power alone is not the solution.
Come on Flop, drawing down troops is one thing - removing them is quite different. You do realize that ISIS now in control of three major cities in Iraq and wide areas in Syria and they seem do be doing okay with basic services. I'd really like to understand how they are expected to collapse upon themselves? You think they are going to stop trying to gain territory and expand their reach?
Mission Accomplished never meant that the battle, struggle was over. Remember the surge? Mostly undone under Obama.
You talk about others stepping in Flop, while cities fall. This shouldn't be partisan. Think.
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Some of these cell based claims certainly do seem way too sensational. However ridiculous they may appear now, this is new albeit yet unproven science with some promising early indicators. I think the crowd that totally dismisses regen med will look quite foolish some day - history is replete with them.
And yet you sing Dr West's praise when I pointed out long ago that BTX was set up to be a dilution machine and I pointed out the same about STEM. Bottom line is anyone who thinks you're going to bring a drug/treatment to market that needs FDA approval for $100 mill or so is an idiot.
Same question as always for these companies is where do they get the cash? And big pharma has never been keen on funding science projects.
Do some research you twit. Most efforts to develop drugs don't result in a product - that means they fail. Those researchers can work for 10 years only to see a drug either fail in trials or not even get approved for trial. Are they communist? Should they work for free all those years?
Bunch of words but you didn't come close to addressing what I wrote. Would a top scientist or researcher join a developmental stage company that offered no opportunity for raises or equity participation?
Keepea brain. What caliber employees do you think the company would attract if their pitch was no raises and no upside equity potential? You're so naive - there are plenty of bio tech companies and developmental stage companies in other industries who do things the exact same way. If you don't offer these types of incentives then people would go to work at low risk established companies.
Criticism of prior managements financial deals are totally justified. And there are certainly plenty of decisions here that can be questioned. But read the article summarizing recent stem cell trial failures and you might begin to realize why there is no way short cut the approval process.
Considered an "overall" success by the administration - ISIS is expanding its reach now to include North Africa. ISIS isn't going away on its own and this incompetent administration is hoping to run out the clock on this issue. Killing some leadership is fine but it's not a strategy to defeat them.
Couldn't believe that on an investment show, not one of the hosts asked him to name, names.
Pretty harsh SA article for one of Keepies favorites.
"We believe Asterias BioTherapeutics is a compelling short. Its lead stem cell compound, AST-OPC1, had been abandoned by its previous owner after showing no signs of efficacy in its first Phase 1 trial. Furthermore, Asterias' parent company BioTime has a checkered past, both with its own development and with its manufactured subsidiaries like Asterias. Lastly, we believe that it is evident that Asterias is in dire need of capital, which suggests to us that shareholders should expect significant dilution in the near-term. Our price target is $0. [we are short this stock]"
How weak. Delta Force flawlessly executes its mission and he questions whether it was worth it - how else does he think ISIS will be defeated? Some Libroids. Good call by BHO.