The stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in northeastern Japan remains an ongoing concern as it continues to leak radiation into the Pacific Ocean. Dan Dicks of Press For Truth delves deep into the issues regarding the Fukushima disaster to better understand the implications of this catastrophe while at the same time separating the facts from fiction. Joining Dan via Skype and reporting from Japan is James Corbett of corbettreport.com and fukushimaupdate.com Continue reading →
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Well, Here We Are. Everything we need, now in place for our exciting co-creation with Life itself. What really surprises me is the thing that amplifies and facilitates creation itself. Our own personal magnetosphere.
This personal magnetosphere is around what I would call everyone inner and outer life field, their full on creation. Interestingly enough, it is not round or spherical, instead, it is oblong, stretching from West to East, but very concentrated (in visual and in energy) north and south. In my field of readings, mostly north and south represent past (south) and future (north) where the west now represents unlimited energy potential and east, so far, still represents new beginnings/new life. This really lends importance in living in the NOW. Without emotional drag from yesterday or expectation from tomorrow, to be purely present, Here and Now. Continue reading →
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Uploaded on 6 February 2014 by MoveOn.org Robert Reich connects the dots to show how a range of positions, on issues ranging from the minimum wage to unemployment insurance to food stamps, work together to keep poor and working families in desperate situations — and calls on all of us to do something about it. We can get started by calling our senators via the Senate Switchboard at (202) 224-3121, and urging them to extend emergency unemployment insurance. This video is the latest Robert Reich collaboration with MoveOn.org Civic Action.
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Weak banks need to fail in order for the European Central Banks’ stress tests on lenders to be successful and credible, the new chair of the supervisory arm of the bank Daniele Nouy said. Only “good” banks with strong capital will survive.
“We have to accept that some banks have no future,” Nouy told the Financial Times (FT) in an interview published February 10, 2014. Nouy will serve a five-year term.
The single supervisory mechanism (SSM) is a regulatory body of the EBC that along with the London-based European Banking Authority, will conduct an asset quality review, and the health of 130 banks that hold about 80 percent of all bank assets in the 18-member currency bloc.