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  • Tragedy follows random act of kindness in S. California

    11/27/2015 11:04:42 AM PST · by rey · 27 replies
    Press Democrat ^ | 27 Nov 2015 | TERI FIGUEROA
    Jamie-Lynne Knighten wants the world to know the legacy of Matthew Jackson, a man she barely knew. Their only encounter was brief, about five minutes in a grocery store on Nov. 10. But what happened in those moments, and the tragedy that followed, put the Carlsbad woman on a quest to honor the 28-year-old whose kindness left a deep impression. “It is beautiful and heartbreaking at the same time,” she said Wednesday. “We are trying to turn something sad into something really good.” The late evening trip to Trader Joe’s in Oceanside had been stressful for Knighten, her fussy 5-month-old...
  • Strangers pay it forward to WWII vet as a 'Thank You' (free Subway sandwich everyday for vet)

    10/03/2015 6:59:59 PM PDT · by Vision Thing · 15 replies
    WAFF (Alabama) ^ | 9/30/2015 | Marie Waxel
    MUSCLE SHOALS, AL (WAFF) - A simple act of kindness has sparked a chain reaction for a North Alabama World War II veteran. Strangers are buying the veteran lunch, as a way to say thank you. Like clockwork, 93-year-old Mr. Gilbert goes to Subway for lunch, usually alone, but Wednesday his son is visiting from out of state. Everyday it's the same turkey sandwich and conversation with those around him. Sharing his contagious smile and a courageous past. "I turned 20-years-old, 60 days later I'm in the Army and I went to the South Pacific, said Gilbert. Mr. Gilbert as...
  • Obama Bagged $18 Million In Corporate, Special Interest Cash For Second Inauguration

    04/29/2013 1:40:24 PM PDT · by NoLibZone · 12 replies
    breitbart.com ^ | April 29, 2013 | Wynston Hall
    Obamas big money corporate donors included: AT&T--$4.6 million Microsoft--$2.1 million Boeing--$1 million Chevron--$1 million Genentech--$750,000 Deloitte--$500,000 FedEx--$500,000 Coca Cola--$430,000 Bank of America--$300,000 Xerox--$250,000 ExxonMobil--$250,000 Northrup Grumman--$100,000 Verizon--$100,000 Obama also hauled in $250,000 checks from each of the following unions: The International Association of Fire Fighters, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, and the National Education Association.
  • A new Marshall plan for Iraq

    06/27/2005 7:40:01 AM PDT · by Valin · 4 replies · 327+ views
    The Times ^ | 6/27/05 | Ibrahim al-Jaafari
    Europe was saved by generosity and vision the same is needed in the Middle East LAST WEEK I was at Blair House in the centre of Washington DC. In this house is the table on which George Marshall in June 1947 signed the plan to pump todays equivalent of $500 billion into the impoverished economies of Europe as an investment against future conflict. The plan was controversial but nobody would now deny its far-sightedness. Nazism gave way to a lasting democracy, economic devastation was replaced by slow but sure progress towards economic regeneration. Consider Germany of 1945 and Germany...