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  1. The senate will reject this bill. Then we have another shutdown. Déjà vu !
  2. I looked at the footnote and it says zero! whats your point here?
  3. Looks just the same here in Delaware? Its starting to melt now !
  4. I think the Chinese already own half of Canada especially the west coast. Vancouver in particular.
  5. On the downside the scumbag lawyers will be on the troll !
  6. Canada, bucking an international trend that has seen central banks become net buyers of gold since 2010, has sold off all its official gold holdings. Canada’s official international reserves last released by the Bank of Canada (BofC) on February 23, 2016 showed gold reserves at zero (0). This is unprecedented. Canada now stands as the only G7 nation that does not hold at least 100 tonnes of gold in its official reserves. According to statistics from the World Gold Council (WGC), Canada’s current holdings would now rank it dead last out of 100 central banks, behind Albania at number 99. A footnote says that the BofC still holds 77 ounces of gold, primarily in gold coins. http://bmg-group.com/canada-sells-its-gold/ Not a good economic sign for our neighbors to the north !
  7. State and city officials in Flint, Michigan can now be sued as a result of the ongoing water contamination crisis. The class-action lawsuits come on top of criminal charges that have already been filed. RT’s Manila Chan reports. It looks like the people of Flint may actually get some real justice !
  8. March 21, 2018: Possible epic flood and mudslides force evacuations in Santa Barbara County. A towering geyser erupts in the middle of I-5 near San Diego yesterday flooding both lanes of traffic.
  9. Fourth nor'easter in 3 weeks sounds completely normal!
  10. PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The fourth nor'easter in three weeks is set to smack the East Coast on the first day of spring. The bulk of the dangerous, wind-driven snow and sleet is expected to wallop New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware and parts of eastern Pennsylvania before heading off to Nantucket early Thursday, the National Weather Service said. Related Searches1st Day Of SpringFirst Day Spring Sleet and freezing rain are expected Tuesday afternoon, the first day of spring. On Wednesday, about 6 to 9 inches of snow is expected, with some areas getting nearly a foot. https://www.yahoo.com/news/battered-east-braces-wintry-wallop-1st-day-spring-210610259.html Another Ice age?
  11. Multiple injuries have been reported. https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Shooting-Investigation-Underway-at-St-Marys-Co-High-School-477374093.html

    I saw that hopefully there were no children on board.