"I have come to the conclusion that the government, rather than representing the best and brightest among us, is just a High School rich kids clique all grown up." -- Michael Rivero

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The photograph of a young boy running ahead of his mother to grab his father's hand as he marches off to war is one of the most iconic images of World War 2. Titled "Wait For Me, Daddy" the picture by Claude P. Betloff is of The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught’s Own Rifles) marching down Eighth Street at the Columbia Street intersection, New Westminster, Canada to their first active duty station in World War 2.

This majestic natural wonder of the world puts almost everyone in awe as soon as they see it. Yet most of us know shockingly little about it, like how the Grand Canyon was formed or just how big it is. These Grand Canyon facts will take the geographical divide from a simple tourist attraction to a wondrous feat; time and nature collaborating on one of their best achievements.

The devastation of Germany by total warfare during World War II cast serious doubt on Germany’s postwar ability to survive. Never before in history had a nation’s life-sustaining resources been so thoroughly demolished. Returning from victory in Europe, Gen. Omar Bradley stated, “I can tell you that Germany has been destroyed utterly and completely.”[1]

“You maybe heard about Brooke Jackson’s case in the US. She’s suing Pfizer under False Claims Act that they defrauded the government. Well, Pfizer already filed a motion to dismiss – the case hasn’t been dismissed yet – but Pfizer already in court stated that: ‘Please dismiss this case, Judge. We did not defraud the government.

(SQAUK) — In light of an increase in severe weather incidents, there is a growing belief that the U.S. and other global governments may intentionally hide the actual extent of these disasters from the public. The recent destructive floods in Iowa, Minnesota, New Mexico, and Florida have uncovered a worrisome pattern: limitations on digital reporting and information sharing, both domestically and internationally.