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WEB Notes: These forces are getting closer to “ISIS’s capital of Raqqa”? Did the U.S. lose the ability to use its air force? Did Syria lose the ability to use its air force? Who buys these lines mentioned in this article? If the U.S., Russia or any Euro nation wanted ISIS destroyed it would of happened day 2 of the conflict. This is all being dragged out and led on for a desired outcome. Further, this is not the first time Russia and the U.S. have worked together. They have been working together in Syria that is not new news. Lastly, the U.S. and Russia both have an alliance that would see Russian troops on American soil in case of some “emergency”. That too is old news.
WEB Notes: That’s right, let’s slave away some more so our government can murder innocent babies and create and dispatch more terror groups like ISIS to do their bidding all from the sweat on our back. After all, it is the American way.
WEB Notes: Why not? They already get everything else for free and they are greeted in many spots along the border with shelter, food and an education on how to acquire free services like food stamps, etc. All paid for by your Mr. and Mrs. Hardworking American. Americans don’t seem to mind as the stay quite about the whole deal. Even if they screamed and yelled who would care? Surely not their president. If Americans were not pre-occupied with their electronic gadgets, work and life in general and felt their voices would actually make a difference I am willing to bet the pitch forks would have come out long ago.
WEB Notes: This is a good thing, but once again we already have these rights under the Constitution. This man understands that as well from his quote below.
Some politicians want to ban cash, arguing that cash is helping criminals. The first steps in that direction are the withdrawal of big denomination notes and the limits imposed on cash payments.
Proponents of a ban on cash claim that this will help fight criminal transactions — involved in money laundering, terrorism, and tax evasion. These promises of salvation are used to get the general public to agree to a society without cash. But there is no convincing proof for the claim that the world without cash will be a better one. Even if undesirable behavior is indeed financed by cash, you still need to answer the question: will the undesirable behavior disappear without cash? Or will those who commit the undesirable acts take to new ways and means to reach their goal?
What was more troubling is that in a move similar to what we have seen in Greece, only this time a voluntary one on behalf of the island and not its vassal owners (as happened with Greece), the newly signed Puerto Rico Emergency Moratorium & Financial Rehabilitation Act also empowers the governor to order the financially battered Government Development Bank (GDB) to restrict the outflow of cash in a bid to stabilize its dwindling liquidity levels, which stood at roughly $560 million as of April 1, according to the bill.