From CNN News By Emily Smith, CNN updated 7:18 AM EDT, Fri August 9, 2013
(CNN) — Casey James Fury simply didn’t want to be at work, and in the process cost the Navy nearly a half-billion dollars and one attack submarine.
Fury admitted to setting fire to the USS Miami, a nuclear sub, in May 2012 while it was in dry dock. He was sentenced to 17 years in federal prison in March and ordered to pay $400 million in restitution — roughly the cost of the damage.. . . Read Complete Report
Four years ago, my remarkably prescient wife warned, “You just watch, one day he will go after our retirement accounts.” The “he” she was referring to was the new President who had placed priorities on “spreading the wealth” and “transforming America.”
I responded that no politician, not even the uber progressive Barack Obama, would be foolish enough to confiscate personal IRA and 401-k accounts. It looks like my wife was right, again. . . Read Complete Report
April 8 (Bloomberg) — Hans Nichols reports on President Obama’s budget plan to raise $9 billion with an IRA cap. Nichols speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg) . . . Description posted with video.
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COLORADO — The Denver International Airport (DIA) which opened in 1995, has been at topic of interest amongst travelers, researchers and conspiracy theorists since it’s conception.
IA is the largest airport in the United States and the second largest in the world to King Fahd International Airport.
The aesthetics of the airport were a particular concern amongst it’s designers according to public reports. Ominous art lines the interior and exterior of the massive 53 square mile complex, ranging from murals depicting some type of future apocalypse to massive statues which some say represent evil on every level. . . . Read Complete Extensive Report