What Should Voters Know about Presidential Candidates' Health?

It is through the efforts of three 6.5 mm Carcano bottlenecked rifle cartridges and a former US Marine sharpshooter to which the name ‘John F. Kennedy’ owes its mythological stature. Had no such tragedy occurred, JFK might have bequeathed a very different legacy to posterity.

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Fuel too toxic for EU standards marketed to Africa

According to a recent report by Public Eye, a Swiss based organization devoted to influencing Swiss public policy and promoting global justice, multiple Swiss commodity trading companies, including Vitol and Trafigura, are taking advantage of weak fuel standards in Africa to produce, deliver, and sell low quality oil and gasoline.


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