Dallas-Fort Worth will get 1 of 3 satellite patent offices, according to report Dallas-Fort Worth is in line for some good news Monday, The Denver Post reports, with the U.S. Commerce Department planning to announce the location of three satellite branches of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The Post, citing documents it obtained ... 07/1/2012 - 10:01 am | View Link
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It was always obvious what Obamas supporters wanted. They werent willing to settle for a Hillary, just another politician who would punch the clock, deliver tepid speeches and push their leftist agenda. They wanted someone larger than life. A head made for Mount Rushmore and a body that would be cast in statues across the country.
In SundayÂs Gospel the Lord sets forth the theology of the Cross and redemptive suffering. In so doing he sets forth a doctrine that is utter absurdity to this world. The indignation of the modern world against the Cross borders on outrage. Why is this? Simply put, hedonism. Hedonism is the worldly ÂdoctrineÂ that pleasure or happiness is the sole or chief good in life.
For a few months in 1966, the budding romance between film star George Hamilton and Lynda Bird Johnson, daughter of the 36th president, was the talk of Washington. But a previously confidential FBI file - which a Philadelphia judge last week outlined in an opinion and ordered to be released - shows for the first time how far Johnson went to protect his daughter and his presidency
Pakistani anti-government protesters stormed the state TV building on Monday, forcing the channel briefly off air as they clashed anew with police and pushed further into a sprawling government complex in the capital, Islamabad, in an effort to reach the prime ministers residence. The violence is the latest in the turmoil roiling Pakistan, where anti-government cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri and cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan have been leading twin protests since mid-August calling on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to resign.
A message Japan began delivering Monday is a bit unusual, but true enough: Dont wait until its too late to think about toilet paper. The government and paper companies kicked off a Lets stockpile toilet paper! campaign to mark Disaster Prevention Day, warning of a possible crisis because nearly half of the supply comes from one of Japans most earthquake-prone areas.