What really died at Auschwitz?

Thought provoking  article from a Spanish writer.

What really died at Auschwitz? Here's an interesting viewpoint. The following is a copy of an article written by Spanish writer Sebastian Vilar Rodriguez and published in a Spanish newspaper . It doesn't take much imagination to extrapolate the message to the rest of Europe - and possibly to the rest of the world.
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Dogs on my journey

Dogs on my journey

While driving to Houston from Floresville, TX I take the back roads to get to Highway 10 normally I take Hwy 97 to Hwy 80 and then pickup Hwy 10 in Luling.  On that drive there are sometimes dogs on the side of the road and some birds or other critters worthy of stopping to photograph.  So here are a few.

 

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My Latest Projects

While I have been out of work I took some time to work on a couple websites that I have neglected.  

http://musthavepets.com is a website for pet owners. It has some social features and allows visitors to post information about their pets and to help others who are seeking guidance or just an opportunity to chat about their pets.

http://molosserdogs.com is the permier website for the grouping of dogs known as the molossers. They are typically the large mastiff and Mountain type.  This is a very active site so feel free to join in the activities.

 

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Jerry Boykin to Chuck Hagel - Tell the Truth NOW!

Link: http://cnsnews.com/commentary/lt-gen-ret-jerry-boykin/former-special-forces-commander-hagel-don-t-wait-book-deal-tell

Public statements made today by President Obama and Secretary Hagel regarding the state of our military do not reflect reality. Once Secretary Hagel leaves his position, he should speak out about the impact of the President's policies on military readiness as well as his feckless foreign policy. It would be wrong to wait, like his predecessors, until a book deal comes along.

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How Good Measures, In Isolation, Can Be Bad

How Good Measures, In Isolation, Can Be Bad

By: Stacey Barr the Performance Measure Specialist

Call centres and technical support and help desk managers love to measure their staff. The belief is that when they can measure someone, they will have more control over the performance of the person or the work. But the control is an illusion...

Recently I was travelling for work, and tried to use my broadband wifi dongle with my Windows Surface. It just wouldn't work, so I contacted my provider for some help, using their online chat service. (I used my mobile phone as a hotspot for internet access, just in case you're wondering how I did this without the dongle working).

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3 Charts Signal Next Great Depression

CIA Insider Warns: "25-Year Great Depression is About to Strike America"

By MONEY MORNING STAFF REPORTS

You will want to remember this date March 24, 2015.

According to one of the top minds in the U.S. Intelligence Community, that is when the United States will enter the darkest economic period in our nation's history.

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Ronald Reagan Acceptance Speech 17 July 1980

Link: http://millercenter.org/president/speeches/speech-3406

If you listen closely to the issues he laid out - you will find that they are all pertinent under Barak Obama also.

Ronald Reagan

?This transcript contains the published text of the speech, not the actual words spoken. There may be some differences between the transcript and the audio/video content.

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