Yearly Archives: 2014
On December 23, 2013, Chevron donated $350,000 to the Democratic Party. On December 30, the Democratic Party donated $300,000 to Brown for Governor 2014, while Chevron donated the maximum to Brown’s campaign, $54,400, on the same day. Less than two months later, Brown came out Fake Oakleys publicly to oppose a proposed oil severance tax.
“You know, a lot of folks say that politics is tough, and it can be. I know what it’s like to lose a race,” Coakley says in the video. “I know how hard that is. Hawthorne; Caitlin L. Hedberg; Jacob M. Henley; Jessica D. When men had seen a nurse, support and advice was highest
During All Star weekend, the face of the Pelicans franchise will have a chance to exhibit why building a winner in the Big Easy matters to him. And if his enthusiasm for his adopted hometown proves contagious among some of the elite talent gathering in the NBA’s Gulf South outpost, all the better for the
The property tax caps tighten again in 2010. Difficult budget decisions lie ahead. Meanwhile, this year, some taxpayers have seen further property tax cuts but some have seen substantial increases. GOLDMAN: Less money. And not just the sponsorships. Speaking engagements might start to dry up, and they’re a healthy source of income for Lance Armstrong.
“Faceless” is a more determined, structured approach, building up a general, rumbling unease with brass and thundering drums while having the lighter Oriental percussion give the track an oddly playful air. A sensational combination indeed, though I would not use the cue to sell the album. The score’s thematic weaknesses may leave listeners hoping for
A Suffolk University Poll, released Thursday night, suggests that Coakley is locked in a dead heat with Republican state Sen. Scott Brown. A Boston Globe survey released last weekend indicated Coakley had a 15 point lead over Brown, but other recent polls, including several partisan surveys, suggested the race was much closer. London and Greater
A high-level ‘graphics acceleration’ comparison section has been added to the Desktop Virtualization category of the ‘Matrix’ (in addition to the previously covered aspects (all listed below). Which vendor can provide software GPU, shared GPU or ‘GPU pass-through’ capabilities? What levels of OpenGL or DirectX are supported? The comparison includes e.g. VMware’s vSGA, vDGA; Citrix XenDesktop’s HDX 3D Pro capabilities including vGPU support for