It classified info only because the govt says it classified info. They could start opening everyone mail and simply claim it all classified info and get the secret fisa court to rubber stamp it. They say it a crime merely for someone to talk about a program of spying on US citizens.
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Seems to work.Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson. Might as well say that Nature hates.
Republican in the House need to consider the will of the American people, and stand beside this president that is doing his best to address this nation’s debt crisis. And constantly bring up someone else’s half baked policy, simply because it alone forces a degree of compromise, isn’t going to be seen as them really trying to work with the president that the American people just elected. Instead they risk hurting the image of the entire party even further, because they would still be ignoring the wishes of the American people.
Meanwhile there sits Jerusalem (where upwards of 350 foreign media outlets have permanent bureaus), the shining city on a hill. It is modern yet crammed with history. It has hotels, bars, girls in miniskirts but it’s only a half an hour drive from scenes of real “bang bang” (a photographer’s slang term) shooting war.
UPDATE: The federal racial discrimination lawsuit filed by the families against the St. Paul, Minnesota school district has been settled. It provided a monetary award to the families. In between the hits were several arrests for drugs and DUIs. He released several solo albums, formed several bands and wrote a memoir, “Not Dead Not for Sale,” that was published in 2011. The memoir included stories of being raped when he was 12 and his relapses, including “a single line of coke” that doomed his future with Velvet Revolver..
Proceedings kick off with Kupanda, its use of West African kora underpinning a sprightly and joyous melody before In Between Times, a crash cymbal heavy rush of leftfield rock featuring Caroline Lufkin on vocals, sets the album early template. Lufkin crops up regularly, her elfin vocal inflection sweetening Pierce deadpan delivery as they compete with a maelstrom of percussion and rasgueado guitars. It often works, as in the aforementioned track, and on Do Your Eyes See Sparks, which stutters with muted, autumnal melancholy.