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| USMC Plans Invasion, Targets US Citizens and Endangered Species.
The USMC is planning on taking over 424,000 acres of land, much of which is state or federal wilderness areas. The wilderness areas are jome to endangered and protected species. They are also going to take peoples homes and/or property. The take over will also destroy the property values of several thousand other property owners, and negatively affect the quality of life of local residents.
Free Business Survival Workshop on January 28, 2009 in Riverside County; Attendees to Receive Free Confidential Business Analysis
A free business survival workshop will be held on Wednesday, January 28th, from 1-5 pm at the San Jacinto Community Center located at 625 S. Pico in San Jacinto. Sponsored by the City of San Jacinto, the City of Hemet, the County of Riverside Economic Development Agency and the Hemet-San Jacinto Economic Development Corporation, attendees will have an opportunity to participate in a business assessment, called the X-Ray. In a workshop format, the initial X-ray will be conducted by the Small Business Development Center on the day of the workshop. It will examine the company along the lines of the team, production, marketing, financial performance and leadership; and will provide a concise view of how the company is doing in those areas. Follow up reviews and assistance can be made by appointment.
Edward Palonek Finds New Ways to Help Obama Stimulate the Economy
Every day thousands of people find their bank accounts, cash, stocks, bonds, refunds, safe deposit boxes and other property. Edward Palonek of foundmoney.com has new interesting ideas to help Mr. Obama stimulate the economy by reuniting people with their missing money.
Palonek Announces Big Three Auto Makers Abandon Millions of Dollars
Tough economic times have the auto industry and society at large scrambling for answers. With little hope in the near future of a quick fix, car makers and hard working individuals are having to supplement their income and even their way of life. However, there is a glimmer of gold projecting through the dark shroud that has covered the American economy. This shiny centerpiece comes in the form of unclaimed money.
Wal-Mart Supports California Troops and their Families this Christmas
Wal-Mart names 15 stores in Southern California to serve as drop-off locations for “Operation Christmas for Our Troops & Their Families” through Sunday, December 21, 2008, collecting new, unwrapped toys, new or used DVDs, diapers, calling cards and other donations to support local California active-duty and reserve military and their families.
No More Genocide; Power of the Internet Used to Expose War Criminals
In a week when The European Union says there is clear evidence of war crimes being committed in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a new web site is launched that is dedicated to exposing war criminals. War Crimes TV is spreading awareness of gross violations of human rights.
Dentistry: Are Dentists Ready for Unionization?
Disappointed by the American Dental Association, half of dentists say they are ready to unionize, finds a recent survey by The Wealthy Dentist. Of course, many support the ADA and think a dentists' union would be disastrous.
Cavalier Telephone Awarded Treasury Contract
Cavalier Telephone, the Mid-Atlantic's leading provider of advanced telecommunications services, has been awarded a contract from a division of the United States Department of the Treasury.
Elected Leadership to Take over Fight Against Militancy<< 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 >>
President Asif Ali Zardari on Tuesday said that the fight against militants and insurgents could not be left alone to the military and security agencies and the civilian and elected political leadership of the country would have to take it over and assume its ownership.