Maintaining a straight face, United States Secretary of ‘Defense’ James Mattis calls Iran “the primary state sponsor of terrorism”. This from the man whose country is bombing at least six nations.
Violent scenes continued into the night at the G20 summit in Hamburg as hardcore anti-capitalist protesters set fires after earlier being hit with water cannons and pepper spray by German riot police.
Hawaii made waves in June when it passed the first piece of legislation aimed at exploring a niche but growing form of wealth distribution.
WEB Notes: This goes right along with the news about Volvo moving to phase our conventional engines. Oil changed the world. We saw middle eastern nations with nothing in the last 100 years rise to become economic empires. With a push being made to remove oil from the world, we see it is no longer a major factor for the globalists. The world’s financial system is their main resource, through it they control everything else. This article calls to my mine the one from a globalists group about the year 2030.
WEB Notes: The new tax rate is not 32%. The income tax rate went from 3.75% to 4.95% which equals a 32% increase. Do you see how this works though? Big government spends all the tax money and goes into debt and when they run out and finally hit a wall what do they do? Tighten up their belt? Of course not. They just take more from the citizens.
WEB Notes: The writer of this one says, the “bill that would provide free abortions for all girls and women in the state“. The last time I checked only woman could have babies, but in the generation we find ourselves I suppose you need to be real specific. Of course this includes illegal immigrants you know.
WEB Notes: Maybe he can tweet us up a solution to the problem.
WEB Notes: Notice how many foreign employees Microsoft has, by that I mean employees in other nations. In the business world today there is no such thing as borders.
In the early 1900s, infectious diseases were the leading cause of death in the United States. Tuberculosis, pneumonia and diarrheal disease caused 30 percent of the deaths. However, by the end of the twentieth century, death from chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer and stroke replaced deaths from infectious diseases.