High Court to Rule on Kensington Tailings
February 2009 by Matthew DalyA case before the Supreme Court could set a precedent for how mining waste is disposed of in streams, rivers, lakes and even wetlands.
There is little question that the crisis in Europe completely dominated world financial headlines last month. We saw nations such as Finland, Austria, France, Belgium and Hungary, which had previously appeared untouched by developments, suddenly become vulnerable to higher domestic interest rates.
Have you ever wondered what it is going to take to stop the insanity of politicians and environmental groups from taking away our rights?
• A skeleton in the closet
• Taxpayers are buying beds
• America's pastime
• Take the money and run...
• Blame it on the kid
• A cheap dinner date...
• For the couple who has everything...
“Metal detecting is not a social function.” So said a good friend of mine. And it’s true. But that’s not to say the benefits of having a prospecting partner don’t outweigh those of being alone.
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• Cell phone tax is un-appealing
• Awkwardly dressed
• Would Mother approve?
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