"Now that banks have been closed, it also isnít clear how they will reopen or, when they do, what will be the currency in their vaults and in their accounts: If Greece canít persuade the ECB to restart emergency lending, the only practicable solution is for Greece to print its own currency so that banks can satisfy depositors and still function.
Asian markets fell in early trading on Monday on tremors from the Greek crisis and European bonds and stocks were expected to slump too. The euro slumped to more than a three week low.
"Democratic Presidential Candidate and Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited the home of retired Burlington School Teachers Chris and Don Harter on Sunday as part of her 2016 presidential run."
The heir apparent to the Kenyan's crown was in town. The Democrat Party's lady in waiting was in Burlington telling why the scepter should be given to her.
No stranger to the palace, Her Highness Hillary referenced her husband's book "My Life." Not all what Bill Clinton has become known for during his life was on the list of why the Clintons should rule anew.
The regal legal licensed couple's strife due to hubby Bill's sexual harassment war on women was not a subject of Hillary's stump speech. None of the women Hillary's husband has harassed rate a center fold in hubby Bill's book.
"ďI was raised to believe itís your duty, itís your responsibility, that you should vote. [So] letís make it as easy as we can starting with universal, automatic voter registration for every 18 year old,Ē said Clinton."
Hillary Charges $200K for Children's Fund Raiser - Keeps All $200K
"When Condoleezza Rice headlined a 2009 fundraising luncheon for the Boys and Girls Club of Long Beach, she collected a $60,000 speaking fee, then donated almost all of it back to the club, according to multiple sources familiar with the clubís finances.
Not a word was said in the Ad Vertiser story on Hillary's Burlington appearance about the press being booted from the room. Not a word in the Ad Vertiser about Hillary refusing to answer questions from the press.
Always is the time for the Burlington Ad Vertiser to come to the aid of Hillary's party. The Burlington Ad Vertiser does not seek the truth if the truth does not serve the Ad Vertiser's agenda.
First and foremost The Burlington Ad Vertiser seeks advertising.
A decent hostel at a popular beach may cost $5 a night, while two people can have a three-course meal with wine for $10."
I remember reading in the Ad Vertiser about how wonderful it is in the command and control heaven of Venezuela. A more reliable source is verifying what the Ad Vertiser said.
Communism has made it so, as long as you come from a land of capitalist exploitation and bring its currency. About a quarter will buy you a beer. Hell, that sounds like over 50 years ago at the Buffalo.
Bring your own toilet paper. Who knows how many magic brownies a roll of recycled Ad Vertisers will buy.
"Lyudmila Savchuk speaks quickly. She also uses two phones at the same time -- they've been ringing nonstop since a news agency ran a feature about Savchuk and her experiences working as a professional Kremlin Internet troll. Savchuk, who hails from St. Petersburg, says she wants to set the record straight: She isn't simply a former employee at a St. Petersburg "troll factory," she is a journalist who deliberately infiltrated it to expose the business of paying people to post pro-Kremlin online comments.
To do so, Savchuk says she joined forces with other activists in a group called InfoPeace. Savchuk now wants to take her former employer to court so that the truth about the Kremlin's troll houses and the people behind them will come to light."
...."The trolls are organized by a group called the Internet Research Agency, and one former employee said she worked 12-hour days and had explicit instructions to create five political posts, 10 nonpolitical posts and 150 to 200 comments on the posts of those she worked with each shift. If you were to click on her accounts, she would appear like a normal person who occasionally had political opinions, not a paid operative."