Search Results for: new zealand

Why Do Contractors Need Insurance?

The USA construction industry (which includes general contractors and handymen) involves 670,000 employers and is made up of seven million people. Nearly $1.3 trillion of new structures are created every year, fixed up and improved by electricians, plumbers, masons, carpenters, landscapers and more hard-working professionals. The industry can be hugely …

Read More »

How Cryptocurrency Has Revolutionized Payment Methods

The digital landscape has wrought big changes on almost every area of our lives. From instant communications to online shopping, the Internet has transformed life in the new millennium, and the increasing popularity of cryptocurrency is symptomatic of those changes. If you haven’t been paying attention to the growing number …

Read More »

Iran sentences 4 bankers to death in the nation’s biggest fraud case

Hang The Bankers

Iran’s judiciary system recently worked through the biggest banking fraud case in the nation’s history. According to The New York Times, the outcome of the case was made official on Monday. Results were dramatic to say the least. Judiciary spokesman Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei told reporters that four people had been officially sentenced …

Read More »

Thailand’s army declares martial law

Martial Law Thailand

Thailand’s military leaders declared martial law Tuesday in a surprise move which they say aims to restore peace and order after months of anti-government demonstrations and unrest have left the nation teetering. Army chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha made the announcement on military television at 3:00 a.m. local time and assured …

Read More »

Nick Cannon releases rap video exposing political system

Nick Cannon rap video politics

Nick Cannon, the celebrity known best for his roles in television comedy shows, has released a deeply profound video about this year’s election cycle. In the video embedded below, Cannon performs a spoken word rap poem outside of a polling station, where he rejects every major candidate and the electoral process as …

Read More »

NSA was spying on everyone decades before 9/11

NSA United States of America seal

Almost 10 years before the September 11 attacks, the US government had been tracking nearly every call made from America to a number of foreign countries – an effort that eventually laid the groundwork for the National Security Agency’s own surveillance. According to a report by USA Today, which cited …

Read More »

Public approval rating for Congress hits record low 7%

Congress approval rating

Just when you thought it couldn’t go any lower, the approval rating for Congress among Americans has hit an all time low, according to a new Gallup poll. The number of Americans who now have “a great deal” or “quite a lot” of confidence in Congress as an institution stands at …

Read More »

Pakistani court declares US drone strikes illegal and a war crime

US drone attacks pakistan

A Pakistani court has declared that US drone strikes in the country’s tribal belt are illegal and has directed the government to move a resolution against the attacks in the United Nations. In what activists said was an historic decision, the Peshawar High Court issued the verdict against the strikes …

Read More »

Facebook monitors your chats for criminal activity

Facebook big brother

Facebook and other social platforms are watching users’ chats for criminal activity and notifying police if any suspicious behaviour is detected, according to a report. The screening process begins with scanning software that monitors chats for words or phrases that signal something might be amiss, such as an exchange of personal …

Read More »

ECB to launch €1.1 trillion of quantitative easing

ECB Mario Draghi

Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, has announced that he will pump €1.1tn at a rate of €60bn a month into financial markets until September 2016, in an attempt to prevent the fragile eurozone economy from grinding to a halt. In a keenly anticipated announcement at the ECB’s headquarters in …

Read More »

Australian taxpayers to fork out millions for US troops

Australian troops

The Australian government will begin a multimillion-dollar construction project this month at two military facilities to accommodate future rotations of up to 2,500 U.S. Marines. Australia’s defense department announced Friday that it awarded $11 million for new facilities at the Australian army’s Robertson Barracks and the Royal Australian Air Force …

Read More »

Home elements that have health implications

The home is where many people spend their time to rest and rejuvenate after long days at work and school. Because of this, it should be filled with elements that reduce stress and promote the rebuilding of the body and mind. In this article, common home elements that do just …

Read More »

7 Things to Consider Before a Career Change

Are you stuck in a job that really isn’t you? Do you long for a more fulfilling career? People decide to change careers for several different reasons. However, before you throw in the towel and quit your job, there are certain things you must consider. You need to be absolutely …

Read More »

CIA and Rockefeller funding Greens party in Australia – Clive Palmer

Billionaire mining magnate Clive Palmer has accused the Australian Greens and Queensland environmental campaigners of “treason” in conspiring with US powers to destroy the nation’s coal industry. Mr Palmer is concerned with the perceived collusion between the United States’ Central Intelligence Agency and the environmental lobby. Mr Palmer turned his …

Read More »

How to Use SEO to Spread Awareness of Your Campaign

When you hear about SEO, it’s often in the context of companies trying to sell things to people or offer their services. However, SEO can be a useful tool for those who are campaigning, whether it’s during an election or for a charity who is trying to get their message …

Read More »

Max Keiser says: “hang the bankers”

Viewers in the U.K. were surprised watching Channel 4’s “10 o’clock Live” show when guest Max Keiser, speaking in a debate moderated by one of the show’s presenters, David Mitchell – appealed to the live audience to “hang the bankers.” The audience applauded very enthusiastically. Keiser went on to explain …

Read More »