archive-title Yearly Archives: 2020

Yearly Archives: 2020

Outdoor Matters: Every captain needs to know boating safety

With a break away from winter conditions approaching, fishing is definitely going to undergo some changes. With the warmer temperatures come normal migratory changes of fish and crustaceans. Some prefer colder water, while others prefer warmer water. For example, the sheepshead fishing that I mentioned a few articles ago should start thinning out. Our wonderful […]

Brazil charges 6 ex-military dictatorship agents in journalist’s murder – DW (English)

Vladimir Herzog, a supporter of Brazilian democracy, died in 1975 after being tortured by military intelligence officials, who tried to frame his death as a suicide. His accused murderers are finally facing charges. Brazil’s attorney general’s office has charged six former members of the country’s military dictatorship with the 1975 murder of a prominent journalist. Vladimir […]

The Federal Reserve Dictatorship Runs Amok Against Savers – Common Dreams

No real explanations by the Fed; it just dictates. It is a government of its own inside our government—the epitome of corporate socialism. The Federal Reserve Building. (Photo: Public domain) If you are a saver in a money market account or in a bank, you’ve already noticed your dwindling interest income as interest rates have […]

Water Sports facility: Grangers Point development in the works – Times

A fully upgraded Grangers Point could be the jewel in the Bucklands Beach area’s crown. Grangers Point is poised for future development as the Howick Local Board, Auckland Transport (AT) and Auckland Council consider addressing better beachside paths and solving coastal erosion by restoring the popular Bucklands Beaches. Grangers Point separates Little Bucklands Beach from […]