This is from Sean:
Greetings Mill Creek Friends,
This Week @ Mill Creek, Saturday April 6
Movie Night - Double Feature
7 PM the first screening is of "HEIST - Who Stole The America Dream (and how can we get it back)"
Check the Trailer here: http://www.heist-themovie.com/
We'll argue civilly about it, and…
Then, "I'M YOUR MAN", a tribute to and conversation with
LEONARD COHEN, featuring performances of his works by
U2, Rufus Wainright***,Nick Cave, and more!
Check out the trailer here: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0478197/
As always, no admission, potluck @ 6 PM, donations for
Bardini Foundation cheerfully accepted.
Stay tuned for details of big BARDINI FUNDRAISER
coming April 27, featuring the hardrockin' HOWLIN' DOGMA
So, what does this tell us about the real power in this country?
By Shan Li
March 7, 2013, 8:58 a.m.
First, financial institutions were too big to fail. Now, are they too big to prosecute?
Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. said Wednesday that some banks had become so big that prosecuting them could endanger the wider economy.
The corporate news media seem to have a blackout on it, but a Freedom of Information act suit to get the documents related to the government/big corporate conspiracy to organize the coordinated violent crackdown that interrupted Occupy has resulted in the exposure of the terribly shocking criminal unconstitutional conspiracy that led to the police riots across the country against Occupy,
Also a really powerful documentary telling the story of Occupy has been released:
Kerry is a real one percenter. How many remember his backhand support for the the Iraq war? Where he said he would "do everything differently" but couldn't bring himself to say he wouldn't do it. Kerry as SOS brings us oil wars without end.
Some have also pointed that dems would also then likely lose the Massachusetts senate seat to Scott Brown. We can do better than this.
For me, the cliff discussion has taken on an air of profound unreality with the total lack of mention of the F35 program and its projected $1 Trillion cost.
But Canada’s ongoing F-35 drama is but the tip of the F-35 iceberg. The United States still plans to purchase 2,443 of the aircraft at a total cost (purchase and operations) of well over a trillion dollars. But virtually all of the nations that have signed on to the F-35 consortium are seriously questioning their commitment to the jet. And there is furious debate and much unhappiness in Washington over the F-35’s costs and production delays.
From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_Martin_F-35_Lightning_II
But in 2011, it was revealed that only 50% of the eight million lines of code had actually been written and that it would take another six years and 110 additional software engineers in order to complete the software for this new schedule. The total estimated lines of code for the entire program (onboard and offboard) had grown from 15 million lines to 24 million lines by 2012
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