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Created by artist Luke Jerram, the giant orb artwork was on its way to a festival.
My unpublished (100,000 word) book “The Financial Jigsaw”, is being serialised here weekly in 100 Issues by Peter J Underwood, author We left last week, Issue 9: https://www.theburningplatform.com/2018/07/14/the-financial-jigsaw-issue-no-9/#comment-1644729 wondering what options the tenant farmer has in financing or funding his crops before they are ready to harvest and this may be a full 6 months … Continue reading “The Financial Jigsaw – Issue No. 10”
Authored by John Solomon, op-ed via TheHill.com, Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, the reported FBI lovebirds, are the poster children for the next “Don’t Text and Investigate” public service ads airing soon at an FBI office near you. Their extraordinary texting affair on their government phones has given the FBI a black eye, laying bare … Continue reading “This One FBI Text In The Russia Probe Should Alarm Every American”
Authored by Andrew Korybko via Oriental Review,
Trump turned heads this week when he described the EU as a “foe”.
The “politically incorrect” and previously unthinkable remark came after last week’s testy NATO Summit during an interview that the US…
Wayne Bennett says rugby league has a golden opportunity to get a foothold in the US if the NRL and its clubs back a Test match in New York.
Bryn Hall and David Havili scored early tries just three minutes apart as the Crusaders used a strong defensive effort to crush a wasteful Sharks side 40-10.
Via History.com In the first major land battle of the Civil War, a large Union force under General Irvin McDowell is routed by a Confederate army under General Pierre G.T. Beauregard. Three months after the Civil War erupted at Fort Sumter, Union military command still believed that the Confederacy could be crushed quickly and with … Continue reading “THIS DAY IN HISTORY – The First Battle of Bull Run – 1861”
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has backed a federal government proposal to tackle Australia’s obesity crisis by recording the weight and height of every primary school student.
“The most insidious forms of oppression are those that so insinuate themselves into our communications and the recesses of our minds that we do not even realize they are acting upon us. The most powerful ideologies are not those that prevail against all challengers but those that are never challenged…The enormous gap between what US … Continue reading “QUOTE OF THE DAY”
A fire in a unit block in Sydney’s west which destroyed multiple apartments has been linked to a heater left “too close to the bed”.
Talks to buy stake in petrochemical group come amid state indecision over flotation
Children need structure and routing in their learning, not waterholes or campfires.