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Assigned estimates of the find (so far unproved) are up to 2.987 billion barrels of oil and 3.014 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.
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But really, who cares whether they were shacking up on the campaign trail?
Rarely does our media offer images so laden with the palpable despair that has become daily life in the Gaza Strip. The situation has bordered on desperate since the outbreak of the Second Intifada in October 2000, when Gazans could no longer work inside Israel and the attacks and incursions of Israel's military, the IDF, became a regular occurrence. Closures on the Strip progressively intensified.
One gets the impression that Coleman, a former police officer with no background in forestry, cares little about his position in charge of forestry in BC. He even said it: "I wonder some days just what I did to the premier to have been made the forests minister", he told the convention.
But on that Nashville night, Dylan â€“ loquacious, and probably libated â€“ was doing a lot of his old tunes, including the surreal send-up of conventional wisdom, "Ballad of a Thin Man."
A major Israeli daily newspaper Maariv shared the views of many others when it concluded that: â€œOfficially, Israel yesterday denied responsibility for the killing. But experts say the brilliant execution of the attack was characteristic of the Mossad.â€
Yesterday, in Washington, D.C., former Marine Corps Sergeant and Iraq War vet, Adam Kokesh, kick-rolled a 55-gallon oil drum lettered "Hands Off Iraqi Oil" across K Street, an avenue that has become synonymous with the power of corporate lobbyists.
The fight over the Protect America Act has everything to do with our safety, only not in the way that Bush and McConnell assert.
1. "We will keep America the strongest nation in the world. And we will couple that strength with firm diplomacyâ€”no apologies, no regrets. Always willing to negotiate for peace, but never conceding anything without getting a concession in return."
In fact Hillier says those expressions are in essence aiding the "Taliban" and could be proving the impetus for the spate of suicide attacks mounted against Canadian soldiers over the last several weeks.