We going to stop writing biographers and character portraits of presidents and first ladies? she says. He talks about the growing war of words between Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney. Can empathize and sympathize with Newt, Giuliani tells Piers Morgan.
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Mumbai rains extremely vulnerable to urban flooding due to a combination of low lying areas and excessive rainfall that the city receives. Also, the heavy construction activity in the city is reducing the catchment area in the metropolis. The group was returning to Mumbai from Vapi in Gujarat, when the driver lost control of the vehicle due to over speeding and it skidded off the bridge.
Which part of his essay did he compare people who desire clean air with religious fundamentalists? He didn right?Wrong. Are you reading the same thing I reading? You yourself adopted and used the term “religious” to describe recycling already in this thread, by what leaps of logic are you suddenly claiming to be not aware of this?Forget the fundamentalist angle, just calling it “religious” is an attempt to discredit the environmental position as lacking any evidence or logical thought. Calling someone reasons religious, without understanding them and when they wouldn describe them that way is not just disrespectful, it intentionally ignorant, it trying to not understand and trying to disagree, self righteously so.
OTTAWA By the time most us finished lunch on Thursday, Canada top CEOs had already feasted on the fruits of their labours earning in half a day what the rest of us would have to work full time for all of 2014 to collect.Over the course of this year, based on 2012 levels, those in Canada corner offices will pocket pay packages totaling 171 times the average national income, according to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA). That up from 105 times the average wage in 1998.Put another way, CEOs will earn an average of $7.96 million this year, compared to $46,634 for most other workers, the Ottawa based think tank said Thursday in its annual income review of 100 executives.Pension compensation value increase: $533,000The review, titled All In A Day’s Work? CEO Pay In Canada, notes that five years after a global recession the wind out of Canada labour market, throwing tens of thousands of workers onto the unemployment line and sidelining a generation of young workers, the compensation of Canada CEO elite continues to sail along. CCPA says the average wage of Canadians rose 6% from 1998 to 2012.