Great ARTICLE

Great ARTICLE

 

http://healthskillet.com/this-man-was-trapped-in-his-body-for-13-years/

 

Advertisements

GOOD MORNING EVERYBODY HERE IS A THOUGHT

GOOD MORNING EVERYBODY
HERE IS A THOUGHT I HAD
All of us are a work in progress. If you think you have reached perfection you are not only ignorant but arrogant. On a positive note we all can make small changes regularly to be a better person. Chances are if you keep trying eventually just by human nature they will take affect. If not, the man upstairs will always love you. 1 love to my family!! Brenda, Becky, Jessica, Diane, Andrew,Brenda, Sarah, Ginny and to all the rest who just aren’t on Facebook

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Wednesday the Democratic National Committee gave her “nothing” after she clinched the nomination.

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Wednesday the Democratic National Committee gave her “nothing” after she clinched the nomination.

“I set up my campaign and we have our own data operation. I get the nomination. So I’m now the nominee form the Democratic Party. I inherit nothing from the Democratic Party. I mean, it was bankrupt,” she said at the Code Conference in California.

“I had to inject money into it to keep it going.”

But Mrs. Clinton said that she felt the influence from Russia was a major factor, especially on social media, and that fake posts were a huge influence on people’s vote.

“The other side was using content that was just flat out false, and delivering it in a very personalized way, both above the radar screen and below,” Mrs. Clinton said. “That really influenced the information that people were relying on. And there have been some studies since the election. The vast majority of the news items posted were fake. They were connected to the bots that were just out of control.”

When asked if she felt President Trump knew about the Russian influence and the fake posts, she said yes.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

The Pentagon successfully simulated the shootdown of a hostile long-range ballistic missile launch, in the first-ever live-fire test of the Ground-based Midcourse Defense system widely seen as a warning to hostile regimes such as North Korea and Iran.
The GMD test, in which a interceptor missile fired from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California took out a ballistic missile target fired from the Regan Test Site in the Marshall Islands, took place less than 24 hours after Pyongyang executed its own missile test shot.
The Soviet-era Scud-class missile travelled nearly 300 miles before crashing into the Sea of Japan on Sunday, according to recent reports. It was the third test in as many weeks by North Korean officials, whose end goal is to develop a intercontinental ballistic missile capable of hitting Japan and possibly the west coast of the U.S.
Tuesday’s test shot was “an incredible accomplishment for the GMD system and a critical milestone for this program,” Navy Vice Adm. Jim Syring, head of the Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency, said in a statement.
“This system is vitally important to the defense of our homeland, and this test demonstrates that we have a capable, credible deterrent against a very real threat,” he added.
Before Tuesday’s interceptor test shot, Pentagon spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis insisted that the long-planned missile drill was not a direct response North Korea’s recent provocative tests. But ensuring the system tasked with defending U.S. soil against a long-range missile strike could do the job, was influenced by increasing parity in the nuclear arsenals of the U.S. and its adversaries.
By Carlo Muñoz – Updated: 7:38 p.m. on