Wind turbines pose a serious threat to air-traffic control radars.
The Daily Telegraph of London reports that, "Two wind turbines which were installed six months ago have still not been switched on because they interfere with radar systems at a nearby airport. The pair of 130m tall turbines in Spondon, Derby, which cost a combined £7 million, were designed to produce 10,000 megawatts of electricity – enough to power 3,000 homes."
"Thou shalt not mock Hillary Clinton." Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is taking a firm stand against her Benghazi hecklers. A woman, who had thrown a shoe at Hillary, remains locked up in a maximum security prison in Nevada while in solitary confinement. She was refused bail, and could face up to two years confined to a federal detention center and would have an ankle bracelet placed on her to monitor her activities for the rest of her life.
According to Huffington Post, "A Phoenix woman accused of throwing a shoe at Hillary Rodham Clinton during a speech in Las Vegas remains in federal custody after pleading not guilty to two criminal charges. Alison Ernst, 36, entered the pleas to misdemeanor counts of trespassing and violence against a person during her arraignment late Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Las Vegas."
Investors of Berkshire Hathaway Corp. are helping the company's CEO, Warren Buffett, raise over $1.2 billion to bankroll abortion service providers.
Fox News reports that, "But there’s another, more recognizable face pushing abortion in the U.S. – liberal billionaire Warren Buffett. The so-called “Oracle of Omaha” has donated more than $1.2 billion to abortion organizations from 2001 to 2012."
BEIJING: The Japanese government is prepared to deploy a fleet of 'Made in Japan' Obama drones to spy on Chinese military installations.
Russia Today reports that, "Tokyo wants to buy several Global Hawk drones to monitor the Chinese and North Korean military, Japanese media reports. The US is deploying two of these large military drones to its base in Japan, despite protests and an absence of local air regulations."
Hillary Clinton has hired a multi-million dollar marketing team from Madison Ave. to explain the former US Secretary of State's lack of positive accomplishments. They assigned a ghost writer to pen Hillary's memoirs and launched a new slogan, "unfinished business," which best exemplifies Hillary's de-escalation of achievements.
According to the BBC News, "Critics have charged that her time as America's top diplomat was marked by a lack of a crowning achievement," CNN's Dan Merica, "while Clinton confidants have looked to frame those years as a success and see the book as the most potent way to do that". "Hard Choices" … "unfinished business" …"
Apple CEO Tim Cook hosted an iGOP Establishment Summit in Georgia last March.
The Houston Chronicle reports that, "For a few days in March, the welcomed scores of business and political leaders to a private annual meeting at a resort on the Georgia coast. But only those who attended know what issues were discussed, strategy planned or promises made. That's because the ground rules for the invitation-only meeting required the participants' confidentiality — even if some were elected leaders, discussing the public's business."
President Barry Obama has embarked on a new strategy for his Pivot to Asia. He is de-commissioning numerous U.S. super carriers, deploying them to the scrapyards and recycling the materials for Green companies.
According to the Houston Chronicle, "Another Navy aircraft carrier is headed for a scrap yard in Brownsville. The Navy has awarded a contract — for one cent — to ESCO Marine of Brownsville to dismantle the decommissioned carrier ."
The timing of Clay Aiken's Democrat Party political rival is causing some folks to ask questions. Aiken was in a tight run-off against Keith Crisco and while ballots were being counted, Crisco allegedly fell down in his home and died.
The Houston Chronicle reports that, "The entrepreneur who was locked in a too-close-to-call Democratic primary with former "American Idol" singer died Monday, his family said. , 71, died "after an accidental fall" at his home in Asheboro, about 65 miles west of Raleigh, according to a statement from his family."
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is championing conservative values in the 'Land Down Under.' He's cutting red tape for businesses and reducing the government payroll.
Channel NewsAsia reports that, "Dozens of Australian agencies and hundreds of public service jobs face the axe in Tuesday's budget, with Finance Minister Mathias Cormann saying government was too big, wasteful, and needed streamlining."