Tag Archives: Middle East

Former Bush Admin. Official and CIA Analyst Says Evidence against Syria is Fabricated

Ray McGovern, a veteran CIA analyst, has been sharing information with the public that is of grave concern to those who are not in support of US military intervention in Syria.   McGovern was among a group of veteran intelligence analysts who wrote a letter to President Barack Obama, warning him that Syrian president Bashar al-Assad is not the one responsible ...

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Meet Your Future Boss: The Female Immigrant

By Staff Blogger Right now politicians are finishing an immigration reform bill that could give incentives for skilled immigrants, increase the number of visas granted, and make it easier for the 11 million immigrants that are undocumented in the country today to get citizenship. America is being addressed as a “nation of immigrants”. Currently, in the US, there are over ...

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Gas Prices Hit Record High in 2012

According to AAA, 2012 recorded the highest ever nationwide average price of gasoline at $3.60 per gallon. The previous record high was in 2011, when the gas was being sold for an average price of $3.51 per gallon. Surprisingly, gas prices never rose above the highest ever one-day price mark of $4.11 per gallon it achieved in July, 2008. However, ...

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New Fragrance by Pizza Hut Smells Like Fresh Dough, Will You Wear It?

Pizza Hut has created an untitled fragrant that is said to smell like fresh dough with a little bit of spice

Pizza Hut is no stranger to selling odd things. In its Middle East restaurants, Pizza Hut began offering a cheeseburger crusted pizza to customers in April. In the United States, the restaurant has launched a new, untitled Pizza Hut fragrance. Pizza Hut’s director of marketing, Beverly D’Cruz, described the scent as freshly baked dough with “a little bit of spice” mixed in. ...

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