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Amazon.com moves to establish Brick & Mortar Retail Store
Amazon.com bringing its own miracle to 34th St. NYC
Amazon.com moves to establish Brick & Mortar Retail Store

...The founder of Amazon.com, Jeff Bozos, always had the dream of becoming the "Wal-Mart of the Internet" from early in the company's start up history. Experts believe that he achieved this goal in 2014.

Now, Bezos wants to go "brick & mortar" with a mega retail store in New York City, in time for Christmas market.

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Politics & Government

10 Reasons Why Senator McConnell is Wrong on the War on Coal

Publisher's Note: Jacob Barker, energy and environment reporter at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, wrote a long article on why coal is having a bad year. It's an important story for Kentuckians going to the polls in November. Unfortunately, we could not locate the online story to link to - a summary of the story follows with Barker's contact information.

Reason No. 3 why coal is having a bad year: "Though environmental rules are making new coal plants prohibitively expensive and leading to the closure of some older plants, it's really market conditions -- oversupply and the advent of cheap natural gas -- that are hitting coal miners hardest, said Ken Colburn, a senior associate at the Regulatory Assistance Project who specializes in air regulations.

"I don't think this is an easy cakewalk necessarily, but nothing the (Environmental Protection Agency) does will lead to the kind of impact on coal as a fuel that the market is having,"

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War, What Is It Good For?

...Now in the autumn of 2014, war once again is good business. As if by plan, after America spent some 13 years and over a trillion dollars fighting bad guys in the Middle East, we now are brought back into a new arena of conflict, which we created on the way out of the last war..

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