Archive for November, 2009

Natural Gas Vehicles vs Electric Vehicles

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If we have more natural gas than we can currently use; if natural gas vehicles use a proven technology; and if we have developed natural gas pipelines that lose less energy than high tension electric transmission lines; why do we seek electric vehicles when the technology is not developed for distance travel, when electric power

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Malaysia GDP to grow 5pct in 2010-finance official

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KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 1 – Malaysia’s economy is likely to grow by 5 percent in 2010, more than official government forecasts of 2-3 percent, a top finance official said on Tuesday. ‘We have identified several projects in the pipeline and we will bring Malaysia GDP to grow 5pct in 2010-finance official

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Korea Hot Stocks – LG Display rallies on panel pricing hopes

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SEOUL, Dec 1 – Stocks on the move on Tuesday include: As of 0118 GMT, the main KOSPI was up 0.36 percent at 1,561.17 points. The index opened down 0.34 percent at 1,550.35 points. **LG DISPLAY RALLIES ON SOLID OUTLOOK** Shares in LG Display ra Korea Hot Stocks – LG Display rallies on panel pricing hopes

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Japan Hot Stocks-Shippers GS Yuasa Mandarake Shionogi

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TOKYO, Dec 1 – The benchmark Nikkei average and the broader TOPIX both slipped 0.8 percent on Tuesday. The following stocks were on the move: **SHIPPERS DROP; KEY FREIGHT INDEX AT OVER 2-WEEK LOW** Shares of shipping firms slid after the Baltic Japan Hot Stocks-Shippers GS Yuasa Mandarake Shionogi

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Muslim In NYC: Queens Couple Fears Growing Anti-Islam Sentiments

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Some city Muslims feel uneasy and fear a backlash like they experienced after September 11th. In this first installment of Queens reporter Ruschell Boone's close look at the borough's Muslim communities, a young family in Flushing looks over its shoulders every time they go out. Nabeel and Sabeen Mahmud of Flushing, Queens are on guard these days, worried about a potential backlash against Muslims. Original Article: Forum: News/Activism

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Potlatch Executives to Present at 2009 Global Industries Conference in New York City

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Potlatch Corporation announced today that Michael J. Covey, chairman, president and chief executive officer and Eric Cremers, vice president finance and chief financial officer, will be presenting a company overview to investors at the Bank of Amer Potlatch Executives to Present at 2009 Global Industries Conference in New York City

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TAKE-A-LOOK World stocks firm US dollar slips despite Dubai

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World stocks edged higheron Monday as shock waves from Dubai’s debt delay proposal died down after the Arab emirate’s largest company said it planned to restructure some of its units. The U.S. dollar slipped against the € after the United Arab Emir TAKE-A-LOOK World stocks firm US dollar slips despite Dubai

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Honor Heroes By Rescuing Their Country

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A much-decorated genuine American hero, Marine Staff Sergeant Charles I. Cartwright, was laid to rest near the small farming village of Johnsville, Md., where he grew up and lived before going off to fight with distinction and valor for his country. He was killed in Afghanistan while on his fifth tour of duty in war zones. Hour after hour, hundreds of other stalwart Americans filed through the tiny, hundred-year-old Johnsville Methodist Church to pay tribute, waiting quietly and humbly in lines that stretched outside and up the road on a crisp autumn day. An oversized American flag waved atop a… Original Article: Forum: News/Activism

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Sheltering Extremism – How a radical Israeli professor opened his home to a Palestinian criminal

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Jerusalem – Dr. Neve Gordon of Israel’s Ben Gurion University is known as one of the most radical academic Palestinian sympathizers. However, his activities appear to have peaked this year with a call for an anti-Israel boycott, and revelations that he hosted a convicted Palestinian sentenced to house arrest. Despite being the chairman of the political science department at Israel’s Ben Gurion University, Gordon wrote an L.A. Times op-ed calling for a worldwide boycott of Israel, including Israeli universities, to achieve what he calls “ending our apartheid.“ Gordon’s call was widely seen as an anti-democratic attempt to undermine Israeli democracy… Original Article: Forum: News/Activism

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Universe of Lies: Big Warmers Try to Whitewash ClimateGate Fraud

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The authors of these research papers have been personally attacked by name and by innuendo, being called “deniers” and so forth. This is how The Universe of Lies operates. This is the left. Wherever you find it, Marxists, socialists, communists, liberals, progressives, this is how they do everything. I want you to think about something, ladies and gentlemen, as we go to the break. Let's take a walk down Tobacco Road, shall we? Another teachable moment. You remember Big Tobacco, don't you? What was it about Big Tobacco that got Big Tobacco in so much trouble with the leftists? Didn't… Original Article: Forum: News/Activism

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NFL Obama Commercial

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Did anyone just see that disgusting slo-motion love fest Obama commercial for his serve.gov site? BAAAAAAAAAARF Original Article: Forum: News/Activism

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Yukos Gets Major Win with ECT Arbitration

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From the Wall Street Journal:A European arbitration panel Monday ruled that an expropriation claim valued at up to $100 billion by former shareholders of bankrupt oil giant OAO Yukos can proceed against the Russian government, the plaintiffs said.The claim is…

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