Saturday, 19 October 2013

Google releases detailed map of North Korea, gulags and all



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Google releases detailed map of North Korea, gulags and all



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200,000 men, women and children



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200,000 men, women and children



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Icelandic Activist Birgitta Jónsdóttir Reveals How WikiLeaks Changed Her Country Forever

Birgitta Jónsdóttir (-:

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Icelandic Activist Birgitta Jónsdóttir Reveals How WikiLeaks Changed Her Country Forever

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The man who lives without money

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The man who lives without money

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Personas, animales, lugares, y otros...



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Personas, animales, lugares, y otros...



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Friday, 18 October 2013

The Shutdown Is Over - Here's What President Obama Had to Say About It | The White House

The White House, Washington Hello, everyone -- Late Wednesday night, after a 16-day shutdown, the President signed a bill to reopen the government and pay our country's bills. Today, a government shutdown over delaying or defunding the health care law can no longer hurt our economy. We are no longer facing the threat of default. While this bipartisan compromise is the right thing to do for the country, there are no winners when Washington keeps hijacking our economy month after month. Nobody wins when hundreds of thousands of people don't know when their next paycheck will come. Nobody wins when millions of veterans and seniors risk losing benefits that they've paid for, earned, and rely on. Nobody wins when businesses stop hiring and our economy grows slower than it could. Ultimately, the reason this shutdown ended was simple: Democrats and responsible Republicans got together, recognized that holding the American economy hostage should have no place in our politics, and got the job done. They did what the American people elected them to do. Today, every American should have a clear sense of where we stand, and where we're going. Watch the President's statement yesterday about the end of the shutdown, and then pass it along so that other folks see it, too. In his remarks, the President asked Congress to focus on finishing three specific policy priorities in the weeks to come. First, that means passing a budget that invests in the things that will create a better bargain for the middle class -- like educating our children, and improving our infrastructure -- while continuing to cut our deficit in a balanced way. Second, it means fixing our broken immigration system so everyone plays by the same rules. The Senate has already passed a bill that would continue to strengthen our borders and grow our economy by bringing millions of undocumented immigrants out of the shadows and give them the chance to earn their citizenship by paying a fine and taxes, passing a background check, and going to the back of the line. And third, it means passing a farm bill that ranching and farming families can rely on: one that protects working families and gives rural communities opportunities to grow. We'll be back in touch soon with more specific ways that every one of us can support this work. But for now, we should all have the facts on exactly what ending this shutdown means for all of us -- today, and in the weeks to come. Take a look at the President's remarks from yesterday, and pass them along to the folks you think need to see them: http://www.whitehouse.gov/share/the-shutdown-is-over Thanks, and stay tuned. David David Simas Deputy Senior Advisor The White House @Simas44 P.S. -- It's been a while since we've talked about immigration reform, and how it would help make our economy a lot better. Let's change that. Take a look at this whiteboard video our team put together. Then share it. Visit WhiteHouse.gov This email was sent to markdj@projectbrainsaver.com. Unsubscribe | Privacy Policy Please do not reply to this email. Contact the White House The White House • 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW • Washington, DC 20500 • 202-456-1111

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The Shutdown Is Over - Here's What President Obama Had to Say About It | The White House

The White House, Washington Hello, everyone -- Late Wednesday night, after a 16-day shutdown, the President signed a bill to reopen the government and pay our country's bills. Today, a government shutdown over delaying or defunding the health care law can no longer hurt our economy. We are no longer facing the threat of default. While this bipartisan compromise is the right thing to do for the country, there are no winners when Washington keeps hijacking our economy month after month. Nobody wins when hundreds of thousands of people don't know when their next paycheck will come. Nobody wins when millions of veterans and seniors risk losing benefits that they've paid for, earned, and rely on. Nobody wins when businesses stop hiring and our economy grows slower than it could. Ultimately, the reason this shutdown ended was simple: Democrats and responsible Republicans got together, recognized that holding the American economy hostage should have no place in our politics, and got the job done. They did what the American people elected them to do. Today, every American should have a clear sense of where we stand, and where we're going. Watch the President's statement yesterday about the end of the shutdown, and then pass it along so that other folks see it, too. In his remarks, the President asked Congress to focus on finishing three specific policy priorities in the weeks to come. First, that means passing a budget that invests in the things that will create a better bargain for the middle class -- like educating our children, and improving our infrastructure -- while continuing to cut our deficit in a balanced way. Second, it means fixing our broken immigration system so everyone plays by the same rules. The Senate has already passed a bill that would continue to strengthen our borders and grow our economy by bringing millions of undocumented immigrants out of the shadows and give them the chance to earn their citizenship by paying a fine and taxes, passing a background check, and going to the back of the line. And third, it means passing a farm bill that ranching and farming families can rely on: one that protects working families and gives rural communities opportunities to grow. We'll be back in touch soon with more specific ways that every one of us can support this work. But for now, we should all have the facts on exactly what ending this shutdown means for all of us -- today, and in the weeks to come. Take a look at the President's remarks from yesterday, and pass them along to the folks you think need to see them: http://www.whitehouse.gov/share/the-shutdown-is-over Thanks, and stay tuned. David David Simas Deputy Senior Advisor The White House @Simas44 P.S. -- It's been a while since we've talked about immigration reform, and how it would help make our economy a lot better. Let's change that. Take a look at this whiteboard video our team put together. Then share it. Visit WhiteHouse.gov This email was sent to markdj@projectbrainsaver.com. Unsubscribe | Privacy Policy Please do not reply to this email. Contact the White House The White House • 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW • Washington, DC 20500 • 202-456-1111

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I'm Daisy Coleman, The Teenager At The Center Of The Maryville Rape Media Storm, And This Is...



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I'm Daisy Coleman, The Teenager At The Center Of The Maryville Rape Media Storm, And This Is...



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Who sponsors the anti-gay Olympics?



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Who sponsors the anti-gay Olympics?



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Welfare News Service



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Welfare News Service



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Thursday, 17 October 2013

Action for Children



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Action for Children



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London Remembers over 10,000 dead after Atos Work Capablity Tests



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Cyngor Gwynedd Council



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London Remembers over 10,000 dead after Atos Work Capablity Tests



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Cyngor Gwynedd Council



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Mexico Bans GMO Corn Effective Immediately

(-: Excellente

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Mexico Bans GMO Corn Effective Immediately

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Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Genes predispose some people to focus on the negative



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Genes predispose some people to focus on the negative



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Police seize possessions of rough sleepers in crackdown on homelessness



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Police seize possessions of rough sleepers in crackdown on homelessness



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News Anchor Completely Loses It For The Best Possible Reason



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News Anchor Completely Loses It For The Best Possible Reason



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Leslie Woodard, Calhoun Dean, dies



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Leslie Woodard, Calhoun Dean, dies



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Unwed teenage mother Philomena Lees heartbreaking search for her son years later



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Unwed teenage mother Philomena Lees heartbreaking search for her son years later



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Monday, 14 October 2013

SoBie Tariq Butt



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SoBie Tariq Butt



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Rare butterflies' immigration in Britain



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Rare butterflies' immigration in Britain



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Consultation on the interim report on ‘The Cwricwlwm Cymreig, history and the story of Wales’

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Consultation on the interim report on ‘The Cwricwlwm Cymreig, history and the story of Wales’

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Old game, new obsession, new enemy. Now it’s China.



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Old game, new obsession, new enemy. Now it’s China.



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Sunday, 13 October 2013

BBC World Service - Outlook, I Tracked Down Banaz 'Honour Killers'



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BBC World Service - Outlook, I Tracked Down Banaz 'Honour Killers'



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Her film about an 'honour' killing won an Emmy. Now it's being used to train police



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Her film about an 'honour' killing won an Emmy. Now it's being used to train police



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Hemp Crops Become Legal for NSW, Australia



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Hemp Crops Become Legal for NSW, Australia



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Max Tauker (MaxTauker) on about.me



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Max Tauker (MaxTauker) on about.me



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