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Vicki Chats with BostonRed on Politics Sunday from June 24, 2012.
Topics: Greece, the European Union and bankers - mixed in with some history.
Bostonred's Politics Sunday is a hard look at news from the past week and the upcoming week in the political world with commentary and insights into polling trends.
Política El domingo es duro noticias mirar la semana pasada y la próxima semana en el mundo político con comentario y visión de
European Union leaders agree to one banking overseer. According to United Press International, European Union leaders agreed to create a single banking overseer for the eurozone that could aid ailing banks. The European Central Bank was put into the framework as the region-wide banking supervisor, formalizing an arrangement the leaders agreed to at a summit meeting in late June. The new system would be phased in starting on January 1, 2013, and would likely cover all 6,000 banks in the 17-natio
On the 26th episode of The Legal Docket on this Saint Patrick's Day edition, Ethan Kwassman and Ilya Arbit once yet again discuss the top legal issues and political topics of the week including the fiscal debate in Washington and Israel's Coalition Talks with President Obama heading there soon. The European Union's proposed Ban on obscenities will also be one of the main topics discussed on the show.
European Uranium (EUU.V or EUUNF) stands out in the junior uranium space as it owns the high grade uranium Kuriskova deposit in Slovakia that is at the advanced Feasibility stage. Europe only has one uranium mine currently in production. This project could be the next major uranium producer for the European Continent and is expected to come into production at the end of this decade. It is one of the highest grade advanced projects outside of the Athabasca Basin. The company published a pre-feasibility study that demonstrated the Kuriskova Project could be one of the lowest cost uranium producers. Unlike so many other juniors, European Uranium's project is at the advanced Bankable Feasibility stage. The deposit is located in Slovakia where over 60% of its power comes from nuclear, yet the country has no domestic supply. This project could fill Slovakia's increasing uranium demand and even export a surplus to neighboring countries. Europe is the largest per capita user of nuclear power. The company made a major milestone in 2012 by signing a memorandum of understanding with the Slovakian Government. This agreement recognizes Kuriskova as a strategic asset that could provide the country with its own domestic uranium supply. European Uranium is advancing toward publishing a bankable feasibility study on Kuriskova. The company is continuing to build local and federal support with the Slovakian Government. . Disclosure: Jeb Handwerger is a shareholder of European Uranium and they are a sponsor on my website.
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Fifth Generation psychic Medium and Host Carmen Rosaly Brower will offer readings and advice.
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We will discuss the paths they have taken to discover their beliefs today. As well as the Spiritual Connections 1, Retreat, "True you Discovery"! May 3-5th, 2013
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Without question, the focus in public education is on getting all students to achieve – even in the most disadvantaged communities. In his book “Improbable Scholars,” author David Kirp argues that the New Jersey school district of Union City has hit upon a successful formula. It’s a strategy that isn’t flashy or even quick, but it may be sustainable. Mr. Kirp not only looked at test scores, but for a year observed teachers in administrators in their work. Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses Mr. Kirp’s findings and what it might mean for everyone involved in public education.
As unions fade from American life, the life of activists that are fighting to protect them is becoming increasingly important. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Jenya Cassidy, Union Activist and a mother of three wonderful kids, to the show on Thursday, May 2 at 11 am Eastern Time. We'll talk to Jenya about her work helping to save and secure family leave in California, May Day, Wal-Mart employees and Chicago Fight for 15 and more. Jenya also will share how her work rubs off on her kids, especially her twin daughters.
Open editorial regarding such topics as: Education, Cooper Union, Cost of schools in America, Alternative Options....just my opinion for the day.....
Tomorrow...continuing with the 'Crazy Eight' protest in Maspeth, Queens. The Gentleman are still on strike, and working hard to keep themselves in their union.
London mayor says the European Union is headed for a new dark age. In an op-ed article published in The Canberra Times, Boris Johnson, the mayor of London, England, said that the problems in Greece are only the beginning of worse things to come. Using the example of the Roman Empire, he warned against Europeans being arrogant and forgetful of past lessons. He wrote, "Every day we read of fresh horrors: of once proud families queuing for bread, of people in agony because the government h
1. According to The Times of Israel, the European Union is reportedly formulating a detailed peace plan to re-energize dormant Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. The goal of the EU plan is to bring about the establishment of an independent Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders, with its capital in East Jerusalem.
2. According to Reuters, the naval force of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards has held exercises to test new equipment and battle tactics in the strategic Strait of Hormu