Showing posts with label Agence France-Presse. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Agence France-Presse. Show all posts

Friday, January 9, 2015

Are The Courts Fair? Are You Getting A Fair Trial? Can You Beat The System?

Letters To Authorities, Robert Arthur Menard 

Now all of this information comes out of Canada, however, their system really is not all that different than ours here in the US.  Our system as well as their legal system come from England.  So the differences are not all that much.

  2015 is a year we are dedicating to exploring real solutions to today's problems.  People everywhere are now pushing back from what looks like unbridled corruption at every level of government.  We will be looking at every tool we can to help as many as possible to understand what is really going on and how you may wish to protect yourself from potential harm.

  Everyone knows that there are many issue that are very wrong.  Very few can ever seem to put their fingers on what those real issues are.  We have found a number of sound arguments of what is wrong and what you can do about it.

  Other sites only complain of issues, we are dedicated to finding solutions for everyone to use.  Now that is a major difference.  When was the last time you saw the news and they showed you how to protect yourself from potential corruption?  Very rare and the solutions?  You have to question the answers they gave.

  What life used to be like in the United States no longer exists.  What happened?  Everything we used to know has been replaced with something else.  If you decide to learn the real deal, there is no turning back.  Your life will be changed forever.  We make no apologies for that.

  All of the above information is not considered legal advice or information.  That is part of the corruption in our opinion.  It may be considered lawful information when you dig through it.  What is the difference between legal and lawful?  Everything.  Time to start learning.

  We also want to take a moment to thank Robert Arthur: Menard for all of his hard work and sharing.  Robert gave us permission to re publish and share his book above.  You can download a free copy of it on our Slideshare site.  This is Robert's website where you can get more information on what is going on.  He has some free eBooks on there as well.  We signed up for his free newsletter.  Expect to see more from this man on this site.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Governor McAuliffe Announces November as Virginia Oyster Month

~ Virginia is the Leading East Coast Seafood Producer, Third Largest in the Nation ~ 

RICHMOND - Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that November is Virginia Oyster Month.  Visitors and Virginians alike are encouraged to experience the fresh wild-caught and farm-raised oysters from Virginia's seven different oyster regions throughout the month of November, as well as participate in the numerous oyster festivals and events around the Commonwealth.
Virginia oysters have diverse flavors from the saltiest in the waters of Chincoteague on Virginia’s Eastern Shore to the sweet taste of Rappahannock River oysters and the rebirth of Lynnhaven oysters in Virginia Beach.  This diversity gives visitors a lot to love about oyster travel in Virginia.

"Virginia oysters are the best in the world, and they play an increasingly important role in growing our economy and keeping the Chesapeake Bay clean,” said Governor McAuliffe. “My team and I are working hard to make Virginia the Oyster Capital of the East Coast, and I hope Virginians will join us by enjoying local, fresh and delicious Virginia oysters during the month of November.”

Virginia's oyster harvest increased by 25% from 2012 to 2013, with more than 500,000 bushels - the most in nearly a generation.  Over the past 12 years, the oyster harvest in Virginia has increased from approximately 23,000 bushels in 2001 to last year's level of just over 500,000 - the highest level since 1987.  The dockside value alone of the oyster harvest is 2013 was more than $22 million, up from approximately $16 million in 2012.

"Tourism is an instant revenue generator for Virginia, and the continued growth of the oyster industry, combined with private sector investment, positively impacts the tourism industry in the Chesapeake Bay region and the Commonwealth," said Maurice Jones, Secretary of Commerce and Trade.  "In 2013, visitors spent $21.5 billion, supporting 213,000 jobs and contributing $1.4 billion in state and local taxes. Marketing Virginia as an oyster destination will help us attract more of those visitors and continue to help our economy grow.”

"The oyster industry plays a significant role in Virginia’s recognized position of being the nation's third largest producer of marine products and, the leading seafood producer on the East Coast,"said Todd Haymore, Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry.  "In addition to the domestic impact of our marine products sector on the tourism and agricultural industries, we're proud of the successes we’ve had in promoting Virginia oysters on international trade missions, where we've generated new export sales to China, Hong Kong and Canada.  These deals and others we hope to help achieve will help generate business and attention for Virginia’s thriving oyster industry."

In August 2014, Governor McAuliffe announced the development of the Virginia Oyster Trail, a major tourism development project connecting travelers to Virginia oyster purveyors, raw bars and restaurants, and the watermen culture throughout Coastal Virginia, the Northern Neck, Middle Peninsula and the Eastern Shore.  As a result of these exciting developments with the Virginia oyster, Governor McAuliffe officially declared November as Virginia Oyster Month and named Virginia the "Oyster Capital of the East Coast."
“By pairing Virginia oysters with other Virginia products including wine, craft beer, cider and spirits, travelers can experience the state with taste,” said Rita McClenny, President and CEO of Virginia Tourism Corporation.  "Oysters only add to the impressive list of things Virginia has to offer."
For a list of Oyster Month festivals and events around the state, go to

For more about Virginia oysters, go to

Watch video on Virginia Oyster Month here:

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Obama Warns US Must Not Rush To War

Barack ObamaBarack Obama (Photo credit: jamesomalley)

Obama warns US must not rush to war (via AFP)
President Barack Obama Wednesday mounted a defiant defense of his foreign policy, warning America must lead the world but must do so by emboldening partners, not by blindly rushing off to war. Obama hit back at critics who charge he is weak and presiding…

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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Hilarious & Weird Obama Images On Pakistani Viagra

With his family by his side, Barack Obama is s...
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"Washington gridlock isn't the only dysfunction President Obama has become the face of.

Suppliers of black-market Viagra sold in Pakistan are using the President's likeness to help sell imitations of the anti-impotence drug, allowing the man with the most difficult job in the world to, unwittingly, help others achieve a similar degree of hardness in their own lives.

Obama's face can be found on the packages of a contraband version of the erectile dysfunction medication in cities across the volatile Islamic country, according to AFP."* The Young Turks hosts Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian break it down.
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