Now Iraq is a far clearer goal than Syria is, why? Because actually doing these air strikes may end up helping the person who just a few years ago and as of yesterday we said Assad must go, uh, the supposed leader of Syria who has used chemical weapons on his people, who has murdered thousands of individuals, who have forced his own countrymen to flee the country. Now if we do airstrikes and we can do them and I hope the president gets to that point we have to make sure that we don miss an opportunity again like he did in the past where he didn work with the Free Syrian army natural allies that we could have had. So many missed opportunities, let not miss them again.
The early days, I was focused on the content, followed by my team and then myself with whatever time I had left over, which wasn much. Now I have switched that around, and it amazing to see the results of that switch. My team and I are accomplishing more now than I ever thought possible.
RA Summer Exhibition The Royal Academy’s 250th anniversary Summer Exhibition is set to close so this week is your last chance to see it. As it’s a special birthday, Grayson Perry has been in charge of curating the show and it’s the biggest one ever, in both volume of artworks and impact. There’s work from David Hockney, Banksy, Antony Gormley and Mona Hatoum.
South Korea Kospi rose 0.2 percent, while Australia S 200 dipped 0.8 percent. Hong Kong Hang Seng fell 0.8 percent. The SET of Thailand dropped 0.2 percent. La Ronde was inaugurated during Expo 67 and was owned by the City of Montreal until 2001, when it was bought by amusement park giant Six Flags. It remains the only Canadian property in Six Flags’ portfolio. A new attraction for the 2015 season is Maison Rouge, a haunted house billed as “a labyrinth of terror.” For those who like to keep both feet on the ground, La Ronde is also home to the oldest wooden carousel in the world, the Galopant, sculpted in 1885.
Zinke is the latest administration official to echo President Donald Trump, who tweeted Monday that the fires that have killed at least seven people and consumed more than 500,000 acres of land, should be blamed on environmental laws. It is climate change that is exacerbating wildfire season in the West, said Kirin Kennedy, associate director for lands and water legislative policy at Sierra Club. Long term safety of homes, businesses and families in the path of these fires relies on cutting climate pollution something wholly at odds with Secretary Zinke push to drill, mine and frack every possible acre of our parks and public lands.