Daily Archives: May 17, 2012
When I wrote the many articles about Obama I was cautiously optimistic. I felt that the Constitution should be changed even so that we don’t get a “questionable” candidate in terms of who they are and who the parents are. In other words: both parents should be born and raised in the USA. That way we are not getting illegal aliens in the WH. He was to be sure the lesser of two evils. I never felt that he was either black or that he was American in the sense that he was denied the essential black experience here.
The booklet, which was distributed to “business colleagues” in the publishing industry, includes a brief biography of Obama among the biographies of eighty-nine other authors represented by Acton & Dystel.
- Barack Obama’s mother ‘was secretly in contact with his estranged father’ (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- Obama Born In Kenya, His Own Words (tarpon.wordpress.com)
those who bought early paid about that much or maybe a little less. They were thinking that the price would be closer to 100 out of the gate. I saw 48 being bout fair sans hype. That would not be a bad price if you can get it.
My advice set a limit order and don’t pay over 50-55 then wait if you dont’ get a bite wait a few months down the road until the hype dust settles.
(Reuters) – Facebook Inc priced its initial public offering at $38 per share, valuing the world’s largest social network at more than $100 billion.
At that price, the offering would raise as much as $18.4 billion for the company and existing shareholders.
CBS News) Disco queen Donna Summer has died, a family spokesperson told the Associated Press. She was 63.
Her family released a statement Thursday saying Summer had died and that they “are at peace celebrating her extraordinary life and her continued legacy.”‘
TMZ first reported the news, noting Summer had died in Florida on Thursday after a long battle with cancer. Insiders told TMZ she was recently working on music for a new album.
Known as the “Queen of Disco,” Summer was born in Boston, Mass. in 1948, as one of seven children.
The five-time Grammy winner rose to fame in the 1970s, scoring hits with “Last Dance,” “Hot Stuff” and “Bad Girls.”