Syria scandal : WikiLeaks starts publishing more than two milion of Syria emails WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has begun publishing more than two million emails from Syrian political figures ... denied having discussed with United States offering exile to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad. It also came ahead of a meeting ... 11/30/2013 - 8:36 am | View Link
WikiLeaks starts publishing 2m emails on Syria Whistleblower site WikiLeaks is planning to publish at least two million emails aiming to "embarrass" Syria and expose Western nations dealing with the Assad regime, a tech site on Thursday said. CNET said the emails, the first installment of which was ... 07/5/2012 - 12:38 pm | View Link
WikiLeaks Starts Publishing Leaked Syria Emails WikiLeaks is publishing what it says is 2.4 million emails from Syria. The documents are called "the Syria Files," and according to WikiLeaks' website, the emails are "from Syrian political figures, ministries and associated companies, dating from August ... 07/5/2012 - 12:10 pm | View Link
Wikileaks starts publishing over 2 million hacked Syrian emails The data comes from 680 Syria-related entities and domain names including data from the Ministries of Presidential Affairs, Foreign Affairs, Finance, Information, Transport and Culture. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who is currently staying in Ecuador ... 07/5/2012 - 4:12 am | View Link
Syria Crisis: WikiLeaks Starts Publishing More Than 2 Million Hacked Emails The range of information extends from the intimate correspondence of the most senior Baath party figures to records of financial transfers sent from Syrian ministries ... artillery shelling and summary executions." Fadi Sameh, an opposition ... 07/5/2012 - 2:34 am | View Link
Janesville is boring. It’s Nov. 4, just after 11 a.m. The sky is the color of steel, the air hibernal. I’m walking past Rep. Paul Ryan’s district office. Except for some people waiting for a bus, there’s nobody else outside. I’ve come here from Chicago on a sort of anthropological mission: Over the next four days, I’ll see Paul Ryan’s congressional district in southern Wisconsin, Michele Bachmann’s district in the suburbs of the Twin Cities, and Steve King’s district in western Iowa – a 1,200 mile drive across the Midwest in search of the region’s secrets.
After you heard President Obamas call for a hike in the minimum wage, you probably wondered the same thing I did: Was Obama sent from the future by Skynet to prepare humanity for its ultimate dominion by robots? But just in case the question didnt occur to you, let me explain.
Its normally sloths that are slow but experts at a Sussex zoo took a while to realise they were trying to breed two males. Staff at Drusillas Park were perplexed as to why their treasured animals Sofia and Tupee had been unable to produce offspring since 2011. Eventually they decided to get some help and thats when they found out they had been trying to breed two males.
The cover story of the November 25, 2013 Canadian weekly magazine Macleans pictures self-appointed Canadian environmentalist David Suzuki. The caption reads, Environmentalism Has Failed--David Suzuki loses faith in the cause of his lifetime. Suzuki doesnt realize hes the cause of the failure as a major player in the group who exploited environmentalism and climate for a political agenda.
I presume that this is the new and improved Obamacare that everyone is suddenly supposed to be enthusiastic about: After refusing for weeks to detail the extent of back-end problems with healthcare.gov, the Obama administration on Friday said a technical bug affected approximately 25 percent of enrollments on the federal exchanges in October and November.
Piggybacking on the NFL thread. Why are corporations allowed to make billions of dollars while their employees are denied a living wage and are made to rely on government (tax payer) funded programs? Shouldn't we be closing the tax loopholes that they use to increase their profits? Are we afraid of them leaving the U.