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Biased media are threat – The Augusta Chronicle

Posted: February 22, 2017 at 7:43 pm

Former Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson once quoted Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev as saying, We will take America without firing a shot Little did Khrushchev realize just how prophetic his words would be. Of course, he never lived to see the fulfillment of that prophecy; however, it seems that the basic concept of what he said actually has found root within the realm of American society today. Continue reading

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Second Opinion Termite & Pest Control Co of Va – 2825 N …

Posted: February 20, 2017 at 4:46 am

Horrible. My in-laws had them for a termite contract on their house Continue reading

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The Signs of Termite Infestation – Termite Information

Posted: February 15, 2017 at 5:43 am

The termite: more than just an insect, this is a true pest one whose thought instills terror in the hearts of many home-owners most notably those whose homes are made essentially of wood. The real destructive power of termites derives from two essential aspects: their covert nature, and their highly efficient societies Continue reading

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Termite Detection Radar Technology :: Termatrac

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Skip to: Benefits of Termite Detection Radar Eliminate the guess-work in termite detection and treatment The Termatrac Termite Detection Dara system, launched in 1999, revolutionized the way in which pest control organizations conducted termite detection and control services. Continue reading

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Botanic Gardens’ Tembusu tree that fell last inspected in September: NParks – Channel NewsAsia

Posted: February 12, 2017 at 1:43 am

SINGAPORE: The heritage Tembusu tree that collapsed at the Singapore Botanic Gardens on Saturday (Feb 11), killing one person and injuring four others, was last inspected and found to be healthy in September 2016, according to the National Park Board (NParks). The 40m-tall tree was uprooted at the edge of Palm Valley in the Gardens, bringing down surrounding palm trees as it fell. Continue reading

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Bond issue would make big difference at … – Stillwater News Press

Posted: February 7, 2017 at 10:46 am

Amy Goad Teacher, Westwood Elementary Stillwater To the editor: What does this bond issue mean to me as an educator of Westwood Elementary? Education has always been a vital part of my life. Continue reading

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Thursday’s letters: Trump tackles festering problems – Tampabay.com

Posted: February 3, 2017 at 7:43 pm

Trump stirs chaos across the globe | Jan. 28, editorial Trump tackles festering problems The Times editorializes that President Donald Trump “stirs chaos across the globe.” Chaos is what President Barack Obama’s empty threats brought to Aleppo. Orders of magnitude removed, Trump gave Mexico’s president indigestion Continue reading

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How 1940s Americans saw Aussies – Starts at 60

Posted: February 2, 2017 at 11:43 pm

I had tears of laughter running down my cheeks this afternoon, reading a 1942 American publication. A booklet written by the US War and Navy Departments in Washington, it was issued to American personnel serving here during the Pacific Campaign in the Second World War. Although well meant, I dont think the booklet would have given the average Joe much insight into us as a nation or as a people Continue reading

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GMO opponents turn to Hawaii legislature following repeal of local pesticide bans – Genetic Literacy Project

Posted: February 1, 2017 at 2:43 pm

Following court rulings that overturned GMO/pesticide laws passed by three Hawaii counties the Kauai County Council formally rescinded its law [Jan. 25, 2017] activists have turned to the state Legislature, where their anti-GMO agenda is now cloaked in the rhetoric of pesticide reforms. Continue reading

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Our Take: Suffering yet another loss – Douglas Daily Dispatch

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In a community such as ours we all seem to know each other and when someone passes that has strong ties to our community we all seem feel it. This year got off to a rough start with the passing of 5-year-old Gianna Hurtado, whose life had yet to begin. Continue reading

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