Wednesday, July 3, 2013
The State of Tennessee Should Take Ecuador Up on the Offer of Funding for Human Rights Programs. Sharyn Bovat to Ask President of Ecuador to INSIST NISSAN Respect All People and to Stop Discriminating.....
QUITO -- The escalating struggle over the fate of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden may have claimed its first victims: tuna, roses, socks and broccoli.
Ecuador announced Thursday that it is unilaterally rejecting U.S. trade benefits on 247 products, and said it will give $23 million a year for human rights programs in the United States...." Jim Wyss
Luckily the NISSAN Whistleblower is OUT of Tennessee....Thank You Oprah?