July 1, 2015
Canada Day celebrates the creation of the dominion of Canada through the British North America Act on July 1, 1867, uniting three British territories - the Province of Canada (southern Ontario and southern Quebec), Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick - into a federation.
Greece in Crisis CNN - July 1, 2015
Interesting Photos: 11 faces of Greece's euro dilemma
Greece defaults on $1.7 billion IMF payment CNN Money - July 1, 2015
Greece debt crisis: Tsipras in new bailout 'concessions' BBC - July 1, 2015
Samsung merger still on the table despite Elliot effort BBC - July 1, 2015
Historians baffled by handprint on Declaration of Independence CNN - July 1, 2015
Poll: Bush, Trump rising nationally for GOP, but both trail Clinton CNN - July 1, 2015
Women's World Cup: U.S. downs Germany 2-0 to advance to final CNN - July 1, 2015
South Carolina church fire: Mt. Zion AME burns in Greeleyville CNN - July 1, 2015
Full Moon 9° Capricorn
This is the first of two full moons this month.
Enjoy the energies at the half way point of 2015.
World UFO Day Wikipedia
Have you ever seen a UFO?
Don't you think it's time old agreements ended and the truth
became known? Now that would be true Independence Day.
Historians baffled by handprint on Declaration of Independence
CNN - July 1, 2015
Recent terror attacks in Tunisia, Kuwait and France have U.S. law enforcement officials on edge and boosting security measures ahead of the holiday weekend. The FBI, Department of Homeland Security and National Counterterrorism Center issued a bulletin last week, saying July 4 events were ripe for possible attacks. Authorities appear most concerned about lone wolf attacks inspired by ISIS.
Fallen Egypt archaeologist Zahi Hawass, wants international Grand Museum PhysOrg - June 30, 2015
For more than a decade, he was the self-styled Indiana Jones of Egypt, presiding over its antiquities and striding through temples and tombs as the star of TV documentaries that made him an international celebrity. But four years after the uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak and nearly ended his own career, Zahi Hawass can be found in a cramped Cairo office, lamenting the state of the antiquities bureaucracy he once ruled like a pharaoh and dreaming of a new museum whose fate lies in limbo?