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    I am looking at a golf cart and they have 24 volt and 36 volt, what does this mean and what difference does it make?



    Hi Megan,

    The majority of Golf Carts/Electric Vehicles come in 24, 36 or 48 volt options, with 36 & 48 being the most popular.

    Generally speaking, the voltage refers to how much power is available. A 24v cart has 4 x 6 volt batteries, a 36v cart 6 x 6 volt batteries and a 48v cart 8 x 6 volt batteries.

    Due to the way most carts have their controllers set up and are speed limited for safety, you will not notice much difference in speed between them on flat ground.

    The main difference is that a higher voltage cart will have more ‘torque’ meaning it will have a better/faster ability to climb hills and carry a heavier load.

    You should consider the main purpose the cart will be used for, any slopes/inclines it will need to climb and the sort of load it will carry and make your decision from there.

    It is also wise to consider maintenance costs, as batteries will require replacement every few years. It would be unwise to run a 48v cart in an environment where a 24v cart could easily perform the same task. However, in saying that, you do not want to pick a cart with too low voltage or you run the risk of ‘overworking’ the machine which can result in early replacement of batteries, controllers, motors etc.

    Most reputable suppliers will be happy to provide you with a free site assessment to ensure you purchase the correct vehicle for your application, this saves you the stress of making this choice yourself!



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    The CBS News Political Unit is tracking the campaign commercials of the presidential hopefuls. Sean Richardson analyzes the latest effort of Democrat Bill Bradley. ALWAYS The Ad: On Saturday, the Bill Bradley for President campaign launched a brand new 30-second ad in New Hampshire. The new spot, titled “Always,” emphasizes Bradley’s consistent record of support for a woman’s right to choose throughout his Senate career.Audio: Female voice-over: Of the seven men running for president, only one candidate has been pro-choice for everyone — all the time. Bill Bradley. Bill Bradley: This is the form of issue that you can’t straddle. You simply can’t be on both sides; you need to decide which side you’re on. Have you been anti-abortion or are you pro-choice. And I decided years ago that I’m pro-choice. Female voice-over: Bill Bradley for president.Visual: Lots of begins with a black screen along with the woman’s voice stating, “Seven candidates…one man…pro-choice all the time.” These words also show on the screen in text. The ad then cuts to Bradley, wearing his customary V-neck sweater, using a chair speaking to the camera.Fact Check: Being a member of the House of Representatives and Senate, Vp Al Gore opposed federal funding of abortions. Ahead of his 1988 candidacy for president, Gore wrote several constituent letters by which he states, “In my opinion, it is wrong to invest federal funds for what is arguable the taking of your human life.” Younger crowd wrote, “It is my deep personal conviction that abortion is wrong. Hopefully some day we will see a stop by the outrageously large numbers of abortions which currently come about.”The Strategy: Since last Wednesday’s Democratic debate in New Hampshire, Bill Bradley has taken the gloves off. He’s abandoned his strategy of passive rebuttals and he’s appear swinging. In this new spot Bradley is building a run for the female vote. He’s attempting to highlight a portion of Gore’s voting record in the early ’80s when he opposed federal funding of abortions. Although he doesn’t mention Gore by name, he points too his opponent once opposed abortion. Responding, Gore claims that he’s always considered that abortion should remain legal, but in the early ’80s he voted to prevent the government from investing in abortions in some circumstances.Bradley is also employing this ad in an attempt to lure Independents from John McCain. He emphasizes that they?’s the only candidate running for president containing consistently supported a woman’s to certainly choose. mini alexa mulberry These are the letter carriers, the stamp clerks, as well as the package handlers of the post office–all suddenly facing the horror of being placed in the crosshairs of this war. Two of their number are dead. Several have been in the hospital. The post office will be the new front line.
    The European Union said Thursday it will bring the food and advertising industry along with health officials to contain the increasing problem of obesity in Europe, where one out of every four children is obese.Within the policy, EU Health Commissioner Markos Kyprianou wants to keep junk food ads far from children.”The idea is that, along with other policies and action, kids are protected from direct marketing and advertising convincing them and inducing these to consume too much of this product,” he was quoted saying in an interview with Associated Press Television News.Kyprianou also known as for a special forum on obesity in March, which would set self-regulatory standards by the end of 4 seasons. In initial talks about the issue, the industry has been cooperative, officials said.The task is growing by the year, Kyprianou said. “One in every four children is obese. This implies future health problems,” he stated, highlighting the problems were worst in southern Europe.The Commissioner fears the 25-nation European will be going the same way as the United States. “We made fun of Americans in a way. It is a European problem now,” Kyprianou said in the interview with London’s Financial Times.The European Food Safety Authority found a year ago that Europeans eat less of the extremely dangerous, cholesterol-raising fats than Americans do, along with the amount is decreasing. Still, children keep getting fatter in Europe.In the United States, authorities have already ordered food companies to generate more detailed labeling to warn consumers of dangerous, fattening products.There’s pressure for the EU to do the same and there are already anti-obesity drives in a number of EU nations.France has banned soda and processed foods vending machines from schools.In most European countries, more than half of the population is overweight or obese. Countries in central and eastern Europe, which joined europe this month, have the worst problem, according to the International Obesity Task Force. By Raf CasertBy Raf Casert Downed U.S. balloonist Steve Fossett was rescued by an Australian yachtsman on Monday coming from a life raft drifting within the South Pacific, an Australian rescue official said. Australian Search and Rescue officer Arthur Heather says Fossett was grabbed by the ketch Atlanta Monday. His helium balloon fell 1000s of feet into the Coral Sea Sunday after being hit by a thunderstorm, ending his fourth attempt at circumnavigating the world non-stop in a balloon.Fossett is at good condition, CBS News Correspondent Bill Vitka reports.Fossett had completed two-thirds of his latest make an effort to fly around the world when he ran into trouble and lost connection with mission control.Authorities say Fossett was spotted inside a raft off the Australian coast. Eight hours after Fossett’s balloon crashed inside the sea, members of his support team expressed relief that he had been spotted alive by the French rescue plane.The plane, sent from New Caledonia, was guided on the raft by emergency locator beacons whose signals were found by satellite. Once spotted within the shark-infested waters, the plane dropped emergency supplies to Fossett, including food, water, as well as a 15-man life raft.The millionaire adventurer had traveled over 15,000 miles in their balloon since taking off from Argentina on Aug. 7. Fossett had no less than another five days of travel in the fourth attempt to become the first balloonist to circle the world non-stop.
    Nobody disputes that a drug being manufactured by Discovery Laboratories may become an alternative new treatment for respiratory distress syndrome, a sometimes-deadly lung disorder that leaves premature babies struggling for breath. A Kentucky fertility specialist said Saturday he previously implanted a cloned human embryo in the 35-year-old woman – a claim met with skepticism by many scientists.Dr. Panos Zavos said it was to soon to say whether the woman would conceive and give birth to a cloned baby.British Health Secretary John Reid said looking to create a cloned baby was illegal in great britain and a “gross misuse of genetic science.”A spokesman for Britain’s Royal Society said the scientists’ group was “extremely skeptical.” Wolff Reik, a cloning expert with the Babraham Institute in Cambridge, called the make an effort to clone a human irresponsible.What’s different concerning the claim, made in London, is it comes from an American doctor. Zavos runs a fertility clinic in Lexington, Kentucky. What’s familiar, CBS News Correspondent Richard Roth reports, is he’s giving few details with no evidence.”I cannot tell you where the woman is,” Dr. Zavos said with a press conference. “I mean, Some give any specifics to get a reason. I do not want to reveal the geographic location from the woman, the dates that were done or any specific details.”Zavos is not first to make such a claim. Just over a year ago, a cult referred to as Raelians – who trace their roots to outer space – said they’d overseen the birth of 5 cloned babies, including a girl named Eve. But that group never allowed scientific scrutiny.Zavos said the process was similar to the technology that created Dolly sheep, the first mammal cloned from an adult cell. He said it used skin cells in the woman’s husband and one of her eggs to generate an embryo that was implanted in the woman’s womb. Roth reports that Zavos says he came to London for press coverage he couldn’t get at home in Kentucky, almost echoing a British critic who complained he’s seeking publicity – not advancing science.
    With the Iowa Caucuses just 11 days away, this news out here is that the front-runners are nevertheless out front — way out front. Iowa could be pretty bleak in January, reports CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer. The wind chill Thursday was 17 below zero, this means you will even get chilly at the livestock auction. But there’s an offer headquarters on every corner and candidates say it’s so important to get off to a good start that together they’ve logged an amazing 717 days here. John McCain couldn’t find a way to compete here and is betting everything for the next contest in Nh. That could mean a runaway win for Republican front-runner George W. Bush, with a big campaign bankroll and one of the best-organized campaigns. Although he’s spent millions here, Steve Forbes never really caught on and trails far behind Bush in most polls. On the Democratic side, Bill Bradley has outspent front-runner Al Gore five to at least one, but Gore sewed up labor support early and it is left him with a big lead in most polls. “His organization permeates the state of hawaii and is one of he strongest we’ve seen in some time,” says caucus historian Hugh Winebrenner. With the front-runners doing so well, everyone is looking to lower expectations.Gore says he’ll enjoy a a win, no matter what the margin of victory. “I think I have to win,” he says. “A win is really a win, and 50.1 % would be great.” For the fleeting moment Bradley’s people thought he could win here, but hear them now: “No challenger insurgent has ever gotten greater than 31 percent,” says Jim Farrell, Bradley’s Iowa spokesman. When McCain didn’t compete here, lawyer Joan Bolin tried, for entertainment, to keep the effort going. It is often lonely. “I haven’t seen another McCain sticker in Iowa,” she says. But though her man has no chance, Bolin’s playing down expectations too.”It’s going to be hard for him to do primarily because he doesn’t have support to obtain people to the caucuses,” she says. So pricier any surprises here. Front-runners Bush and Gore will probably stay out front. But we will see history if every one of these lowball predictions come true: it may be the first time ever the total votes soon add up to less than 100 percent. mulberry blog An advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended Thursday that doctors vaccinate children against polio with shots as opposed to sugar cubes because oral vaccine has caused a small number of polio cases. CBS News Health Correspondent Dr. Emily Senay reports.Since 1979, there were up to 10 cases of polio a year as a result of the oral polio vaccine. The oral vaccine has a weakened, but still live virus, as the injectable vaccine contains a dead virus. The CDC panel recommended that since Jan. 1, 2000, children still get four doses of polio vaccine with the ages of:2 months4 months12-18 months4 to 6-years-oldFederal dieticians began the shift for the inactivated polio vaccine in January 1997, once they recommended shots at 2 and 4 months old enough followed by two doses of oral vaccine as children got older.Before January 1997, they recommended children receive four doses with the oral vaccine.”Both vaccines protect the consumer very well. The difference is that the oral polio vaccine now is easier to administer and is better to used in an epidemic setting, which is that which you had in the 1950s and 1960s,” CDC spokeswoman Barbara Reynolds said.”Now, without epidemic polio in this country, it’s perfectly legitimate to move to an inactivated polio vaccine,” she said.Phasing out your oral vaccine reduced the number of vaccine-associated polio cases to four in 1997 and something in 1998, the agency said.Rolling around in its 8-1 vote Thursday, the committee said that the oral polio vaccine could always be used, but only in special circumstances.The CDC asserted the oral vaccine is more effective in avoiding epidemics, but it said the chance of a polio epidemic in the U.S. was very small, it was outweighed by the likelihood of illnesses from the vaccine.Health officials declared that all children still need to be vaccinated for polio until the illness is eradicated worldwide.The CDC asserted if polio vaccinations were stopped from the U.S., millions of children would become susceptible inside a year. Since wild polio infection still happens in many parts of the world, the virus could be imported and cause a U.S. epidemic, it said.In effect, that means the oral vaccine probably will be eliminated in the U.S., Dr. Senay says.



    Investigators said Tuesday there wasn’t enough evidence to show that U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan knew of the contract bid by his son’s employer to the oil-for-food program in Iraq. However, they criticized the U.N. chief because of not properly investigating possible conflicts of great interest in the matter.Asked if he was likely to step down in a response to the program, Annan replied, “Hell, no.”The report released Tuesday accused the company, Cotecna Inspection S.A., and Annan’s son, Kojo, when attemping to conceal their relationship following the contract was awarded. It criticized Kofi Annan for conducting merely a one-day investigation into the issue, and faulted his treating the world body.The investigation led by former U.S. Fed Chairman Paul Volcker did not accuse the U.N. chief of corruption or another wrongdoing. But its conclusion fell well in short supply of the clear vindication that the secretary-general had wanted.Having said that, Annan said he was satisfied with the report’s findings he committed no wrongdoing.”After numerous distressing and untrue allegations have been made against me, this exoneration by the independent inquiry obviously provides a great relief,” Annan told reporters.CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk declared while the report “stops short of accusing the secretary-general of economic gains in the scandal, it makes damaging accusations about Kofi Annan’s failure to avoid his own son from being involved with corruption and conflicts of interest.”Stacked up with the recent admission by Kofi Annan which he met on several occasions with officials from Cotecna – the Swiss company involved in the scandal – and that incriminating documents were destroyed by Annan’s staff, the report is an additional blow to U.N. credibility,” Falk said.With a press conference after the report was launched, Volcker said there wasn’t enough evidence to suggest that Kofi Annan knew about the process through which Cotecna was selected for an inspection contract under the oil-for-food program, or that he tried to influence it.”Our investigation has disclosed several instances by which he might, or could have become aware, of Cotecna’s participation inside the bidding process,” Volcker said. “However, there exists neither convincing testimony to that particular effect nor any documentary evidence.” no previous page next 1/2 ugg fluffie “There are defects in a few of them–in lungs, in hearts, in natureal defenses. There are some limb deformities,” says Siedel, an authority in cloning at Colorado State University.
    CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer finds some similarities between Indonesia’s President Suharto and Monica Lewinsky’s old lawyer, William Ginsburg. Once the Indonesian people finally dumped Suharto, the dictator who bled the continent for $32 billion for 30 years during iron-fisted rule, it came being a shock to the old despot. He thought people loved him. Wrong. To the surprise of no one else, once he stopped offering favors, all the people who had been hanging around his headquarters disappeared. There were a little story in the papers the other day about how blue he is, because no one comes to see him anymore. Even his guards will no longer salute and only his pet parrot still calls him “Mr. President.” Actually, every time the parrot sees him it screeches “good morning, Mr. President,” which must get pretty old which is a reminder he isn’t president anymore. Call me sentimental nonetheless it got me thinking about Monica Lewinsky’s old lawyer William Ginsburg and how he used to be the toast of programs exactly like it and how we all used to call him up twice a day hoping to land interviews with the star client. And after that one day she wasn’t his client. Would you suppose that Barbara Walters and Mike Wallace still call? Sort of sad. I wonder if Ginsburg carries a parrot to remind him of the old days. If he doesn’t, I bet I understand where he can get one?—if it hasn’t been strangled already. classic cardy ugg boots Thick smoke lingered over scorched homes and roads remained blocked Wednesday after one of several grass fires that raged across Texas consumed thousands of acres in Cross Plains, a town of about 1,000 residents 150 miles southwest of Dallas.A church and a minimum of 25 homes were destroyed and flames burned down power poles in the rural town.Another fire left them with an elderly woman dead, destroyed five homes and charred 5,000 acres Tuesday near Callisburg, a Cooke County community near the Texas-Oklahoma border.Firefighters weren’t able to reach the girl, who had apparently fallen and broken her hip, Weaver said.”Houses are simply burned down that nobody could have you ever gotten to,” said rancher Dean Dillard, a former Cross Plains city councilman. “Instantly, there were 15 or 20 houses on fire at same time and no chance to get around to all of which.”The blaze was one of the grass fires that burned across a drought-stricken, windy and unseasonably hot Texas on Tuesday, killing at least one person. Authorities believe these were mainly set by people ignoring fire bans and burning trash, shooting fireworks or tossing cigarettes about the crunchy, brown grass.”It appeared as if we had been bombed in a big war, the entire city was on fire everywhere,” said Dillard.In aspects of Texas, 2005 has been driest year since 1956, reports CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod. The past six months in Oklahoma has been the driest half-year on record since 1921.”The conditions couldn’t be worse for grass fires,” said Battalion Chief David Stapp with the Arlington, Texas, Fire Department.Joel Thomas of CBS station KTVT reports the Arlington fire raced across 300 acres in just minutes.”Homeowners amazingly were sitting on their back porches before firefighters arrived, armed with only garden hoses and sprinklers, looking to fend off this fire because wind whipped toward their homes,” Thomas said.The biggest fire burned at least 400 acres within a rural area near the town of Mustang, southwest of Oklahoma City, where homeowners also did the things they could, reports Doug Warner of CBS affiliate KWTV. no previous page next 1/2
    “I made a right to go towards my office and suddenly I merely heard an explosion and through the side and back I became just engulfed in a big ball of fireplace,” said Dhingra. Ugg Mayfaire Boots For generations, cavities happen to be part of life, an occupational hazard of childhood. But CBS News Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Kaledin reports they’re also a serious public health problem, costing kids nearly 50 million hours of lost school time.In accordance with Bill Lieberman, a pediatric dentist, “cavities would be the most predominant childhood disease.”Contrary on the popular belief that cavities originate from sugar, they are actually the result of a bacterial infection and the newest technology to battle them is a vaccine.Dan Smith of the Forsyth Institute is part of a team of researchers at Harvard University who may have developed an anti-cavity vaccine. The goal is always to fight the cavity causing bacteria streptococcus mutants that reside in the mouth and wreak havoc on the teeth.Unlike traditional vaccines which might be injected into the body, this place is a nasal spray. A nasal spray vaccine has several advantages, including not the need to use needles to administer it and also the most direct way to slow up the amount of bacteria in the mouth.”The nasal cavity has immune tissue that’s able to accept the vaccine making antibody which will appear in the saliva,” said Smith.Pediatric dentists like Bill Lieberman also welcome the technology, but add there’s a caveat to this particular cavity fighter. “We don’t want to mislead anybody into assuming that it’s around the corner and they can avoid taking care of their children’s teeth because in the near future there’s going to be a vaccine for them,” said Lieberman. The vaccine may be safely and successfully tested in adults, researchers hope to begin clinical trials on one year olds soon – potentially going for a bite out of that tearful trip to the dentist, for good.(C) MMI, CBS Worldwide Inc. All Rights Reserved
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    Senate Republicans defeated a Democratic prescription drug bill Thursday night but Democrats next week are expected to give the GOP a dosage of its own medicine. Relief from the soaring cost of prescription drugs sits high on America’s wish list, reports CBS News Correspondent Diana Olick, and lawmakers know that. That’s why Republicans, who just rejected a Democratic Medicare drug benefit by a 53-to-44 vote on largely party lines, are pushing their own benefit bill to the floor in a few days, even though they know Democrats won’t get it. “They are proposing a crazy quilt of- what else? – private prescription plans, a proposal that the private insurance industry has said over and over will not work,” said Democratic Sen. Richard Gephardt. Republicans wish to take government out of the prescription plan by orchestrating works with private insurers and, in some instances, adding government subsidies. “Our plan will offer you the best prices on the drugs (seniors) need, not some government bureaucracy plan that won’t offer the drug the doctor prescribed,” said Rep. Phil English of Pennsylvania, one of the Republicans who touted the GOP handiwork in the daytime.Democrats proposed a costlier plan for a uniform government-defined prescription drug help to be offered to all 39 million Medicare recipients nationwide. It needed a premium of about $35 a month and a deductible of $250 a year. Next, the government and the individual would evenly split the expense of the next $3,500 in drug expenses and also the government would pick up 75 % of annual expenses between $3,500 and $4,000. The federal government treasury would pick up the entire cost above that quantity. Their bill also provides subsidies for low-income senior citizens.President Clinton calls, who props up the Democratic plan, said the GOP proposal can be a benefit for the companies who make drugs, not the seniors who want them mostThat seems to matter little to lawmakers who become if they just want to get on record which they tried to do something and then blame it on the other side when it doesn’t work. (C)2000 CBS Worldwide Inc. All Rights Reserved. These components may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press led to this report mulberry nursery Which may be the biggest challenge for doctors.



    National security adviser Condoleezza Rice forcefully disputed on Sunday an assertion that President Bush decided at the begining of January 2003 to invade Iraq, 90 days before official accounts say the decision was made.The statement, in Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward’s new book about the run-up to war, is “simply not, wrong,” Rice said.Inside the book, Woodward writes: Some of Mr. Bush’s top advisors were kept completely out of the loop about his decision to venture to war. Saudi Arabia’s ambassador was briefed on military plans before Secretary of State Colin Powell. When the military needed $700 million to organize for war in Iraq, obama quickly signed off, utilizing the money from a fund Congress earmarked for operations in Afghanistan, without talking to Capitol Hill.Woodward talks about these allegations and much more in an interview on Sixty minutes.<CBS>News and Simon & Schuster, the publisher of Woodward’s book, are owned by Viacom.]CBS News White House Correspondent Bill Plante reports Mr. Bush’s opponent in November, Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., sharpened his criticism in the president’s handling of the war. “I think the position of the president of america is, number one, to maximize the ability to succeed in your mission. Number two, to minimize the risk to American troops. And number three, to minimize the cost on the American people,” Kerry said. “In every respect, George Bush has become this backwards.””We are studying yet another book which has been written, ” said Kerry on Sunday. “We learn that the president even misled members of his own administration with respect about what he was planning to do in Iraq.”Mr. Bush told reporters a prime-time news conference on March 6, 2003 that a U.N. Security Council resolution authorizing action was days away. Ten days later, having failed to win approval, the resolution was withdrawn, and also the assault began March 20.Rice did not deny the private conversation between her and Mr. Bush soon after New Year’s Day through which Woodward said the decision was made, but she said the article author had misinterpreted that which was said.She said Woodward also misread another comment related to her, that since Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld knew with the “go” decision and Secretary of State Colin Powell didn’t, perhaps Mr. Bush should tell Powell.Within the January meeting, Rice said on CBS News’ Face the Nation , she and Mr. Bush were at the president’s ranch in Crawford, Texas, considering the Iraq situation. In these sessions, she said, Mr. Bush “kind of thinks out loud.””He said, ‘No, I think we probably will have to go to war. We are going to have to go to war.’ And it was not a decision to go to war,” Rice said. “That decision he earned in March, when he finally decided to accomplish that.”She said the Powell misunderstanding grew from her comment to Mr. Bush that “If you’re start to think that the diplomacy is just not working, it’s probably time to have a conversation with all the secretary of state.”Rice said she resulted in Mr. Bush should ask Powell “his sense of how the diplomacy was going” knowning that Mr. Bush had thought diplomacy would not succeed.”But I just want so that it is understood: That was not a decision to go to war. The choice to go to war is within March. The president says in that conversation, I do believe the chances are that this will not work out any other way. We are going to have to go to war.Woodward also wrote in “Plan of Attack” that Rumsfeld, Vp Dick Cheney and Air Force Gen. Richard Myers, chairman in the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told Prince Bandar bin Sultan, the Saudi ambassador to Washington, about the war plan on Jan. 11. Which was two days before Mr. Bush told Powell, Woodward wrote.”I just can’t let this impression stand,” Rice said. “The secretary of state was aware about all of the conversations with the president, all of the briefings to the president. They were in just about every day contact about what was happening at the United Nations.”She was asked: “So he knew that Bandar was being told?””I certainly knew, and i also suspect that Colin do not possess been surprised, studying the Gulf War experience, any particular one of the allies you had to be certain understood what might happen if the president decided to go to war was the Saudis,” Rice said.”But it’s just not the proper impression that somehow Prince Bandar what food was in the know in ways that Secretary Powell was not. It’s only not right. Secretary Powell have been privy to all of this. He knew exactly what the war plan was.” mulberry wallet sale
    An Israeli official said at least three people were killed and 35 wounded Wednesday inside a rampage by a Palestinian bulldozer driver in Jerusalem.The trucker plowed his bulldozer into a string of cars as well as a bus in downtown Jerusalem on Wednesday before police shot him dead. Everybody the attack appears to have been politically motivated.A woman’s body lay lifeless in the street, and Jerusalem Ambulance service spokesman Yonatan Yagodovsky told the British Broadcasting Corp. shortly after the attack that no less than three people have been killed and seven more were in critical condition.He said the casualty toll was preliminary mainly because that emergency workers were treating people at three separate scenes mixed up in the incident.According to the AFP news agency, the militant Hamas group, which runs the Gaza Strip, released your firm stand out saying it was not conscious of who carried out the attack, but calling it the “natural consequence of Israeli aggression.” CBS News correspondent Mark Phillips reported that determining whether this attack was the project of an individual, or a part of a wider plan by a militant group, won’ doubt influence Israel’s reaction.Phillips said the tractor was shown to have been involved in a construction project running along Jerusalem’s Jaffa Road – a major artery running through the city. The BBC’s reporter in Jerusalem said he witnessed the entire attack from his office on Jaffa Road. He said a pair of security guards tried to kill the bulldozer driver using their firearms, but he survived from a tussle in the cab. Just after, he was later shot several times in the head by a responding police officer.Video of the attack showed the driving force being shot at least while still attempting to drive the huge part of machinery.The attack wreaked havoc in downtown West Jerusalem – the Jewish 50 % of the contested city. Traffic was halted, and a huge selection of people fled with the streets in panic as medics treated the wounded.Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld told the BBC the attacker was an Israeli Arab from East Jerusalem. Rosenfeld said the guy did have a criminal background, but had no known links to terrorism or militant groups. He explained the attack seemed to have been “sporadic”.Immediately after the attack, injured people lay on a lawn amid piles of broken glass and blood stains on the ground. A baby had blood across its face, and also the driver of the bulldozer was slumped motionless on the steering wheel.Yagodovsky told the BBC that Israel saw “similar attacks years ago involving trucks or tractors, yet it’s been a long time.”Meanwhile, Palestinian witnesses said Wednesday an angry crowd of people in the Gaza Strip stormed a border crossing with Egypt and were throwing rocks at Egyptian troops.The witnesses said Egypt was repelling everyone else with water cannons, with no one had made it throughout the border.The Palestinians were upset that they are not being allowed to cross into Egypt. The Egyptians had promised to open up the Rafah crossing , but only a small number of Palestinians had been allowed through.Egypt has kept the crossing sealed since Hamas militants seized control of Gaza more than a year ago.Rafah is the main gateway for Palestinians external world. In January, Hamas militants blew open the border, allowing countless people to cross through until it had been resealed about two weeks later. chocolate brown uggs
    The Federal Reserve has cut a key interest rate by a quarter-point, a smaller move than the aggressive easing it undertook a few months ago.The Fed action, announced Wednesday from a two-day regular meeting, pushed the government funds rate as a result of 2 percent, its minimum since late 2004. It marked the seventh consecutive rate cut by the central bank because it began easing credit conditions last September to combat the growing threat of a recession brought on by an in-depth housing slump and credit crisis.The rate cut will mean lower borrowing costs throughout the market as banks reduce their prime lending rate, the benchmark for numerous consumer and commercial loans.The Fed move what food was in line with expectations. Wall Street believes this can well wrap up the Fed’s rate cuts unless the economy threatens to fall under a worse slump than currently expected.The Fed stated it stood ready to “act as required to promote sustainable economic growth and stability.” That phrase was seen as a signal that the Fed is as worried about weak growth as it’s about the risk of higher inflation.The Fed devoted portions of its statement to the threats of weakness along with the threats that inflation could pose, likely reflecting the debate inside the central bank.There have been two dissents from the move, with both Richard Fisher, president from the Dallas regional Fed bank, and Charles Plosser, head of the Philadelphia Fed, arguing that this central bank should make no difference in rates.The central bank is walking a tightrope, trying to jump-start economic growth while also confronting the risk that if it overdoes the credit easing it may make inflation worse in the future.Many economists believe the united states has fallen into a recession. However, the us government reported Wednesday how the overall economy, as measured by the gross domestic product, managed to eke out a 0.6 percent growth rate in the January-March quarter, barely in positive territory.White House press secretary Dana Perino said it’s good the economy did not contract and President Bush still believes tax rebates that began now will give the economy a needed boost, reports CBS News White House correspondent Mark Knoller.About the overall economy, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and the colleagues said inside their statement explaining the choice that “economic activity remains weak” with subdued spending by businesses and households.”Financial markets remain under considerable stress and tight credit conditions and deepening housing contractions will likely weigh on economic growth within the next few quarters,” the Fed officials said.While saying the central bank expected inflation to moderate in coming months, the Fed statement said that “uncertainty about the inflation outlook remains high,” adding who’s would be necessary to “continue to observe inflation developments carefully.”The quarter-point move followed a string of extra aggressive rate cuts ranging from a half-point to three-fourths-point within the first three months with this year as the central bank was battling to stabilize markets roiled by multibillion-dollar losses caused by rising mortgage defaults.That turmoil claimed its biggest victim on March 16 when Bear Stearns stumbled on the brink of bankruptcy along with the Fed stepped forward with a $30 billion line of credit to facilitate a purchase of the nation’s fifth largest investment bank to JP Morgan Chase.However, credit markets, although it is not back to normal, have stabilized and lots of analysts believe the worst could be over – even though they caution that this forecast could prove too optimistic if the housing slump deepens further, causing even more mortgage defaults than now expected.Prior to the Fed made its the best cut in September, the funds rate had stood at 5.25 %.While many economists believe the nation is in a recession, the expectation is that it will be a short one ending come early july. If that turns out to be correct, the Fed may hold rates steady for the remainder of this year with the next move like a rate increase sometime next year when the economy is on sounder footing. mulberry company
    This story was written by Ashley Killough, The Lariat The waves ripple from the crowd. Thousands cheered and chanted. The funky jazz band jammed for the brightly lit stage, while a podium decorated which has a Texas flag stood awaiting the star from the show.”It’s like a Barack concert.” Brandon Wilcox of latest Braunfels said. Country music blared since the tall Illinois senator gracefully took takes place. The energetic audience went wild.”Y’all do it big in Texas,” Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., said. “What an unbelievable crowd.”In Sewell Park for the campus of Texas State University, everyone else was spilling in the banks of the San Marcos River.”This is nuts,” Wilcox said.Obama referred to as the support his campaign gets among young people “unprecedented.”Texas State student Chris Marple said he’s got been an Obama supporter since Senator entered the race anf the husband waited an hour . 5 to hear him speak.”It really excites me,” he said. “(The crowd) is fairly impressive.”Like people shouting amen at church, Obama’s message of “We cannot wait” was answered using a host of “no”s.Education would have been a prime topic for his audience of mostly students. The idea of a $4,000 tuition credit for each and every student struck a wire with the crowd.Obama’s plan calls for students who obtain the credit to put in period in community service.”We will invest in you. You purchase America. Together we intend to move this country forward,” Obama said.Other education plans include raising teacher salaries, emphasizing early childhood education and improving public schools.His universal health care insurance plan drew a big applause from the crowd when he said young people out of college will be able to stay on their parents insurance until they reach Twenty five years of age.Obama said medical care problem is one more thing America can’t postpone.”We’re not going to wait 10 years or 20 years. We are going to restore this by eliminate my first term,” Obama said.Following national trend, the economy was another strong focus of his speech. He spoke about signing up for corporate greed, increasing minimum wage to keep pace with hyper-inflation and rolling back Bush’s tax cuts.”If you’re employed in this country, you shouldn’t be poor,” Obama said.While Obama covered various hot topics, the crowd was most responsive to his anti-Bush rhetoric. He criticized the Bush administration for “politics of fear,” as well as its policies on a amount of issues.Obama highlighted his concern to the situation in Darfur, saying “We will lead in bringing a conclusion to genocide in Darfur. We are really not a nation that turns a blind eye to slaughter.”In Tuesday night’s Democratic debate, Obama responded to a hypothetical question by MSNBC moderator Tim Russert, who asked if Obama would be willing to strike al-Qaida when it was forming a base in Iraq.”I will never hesitate to protect the United states citizens,” Obama said. Considering these comments McCain lashed out Wednesday morning saying al-Qaida has already been in Iraq.”I have some news for John McCain. (The Republican Party) took their eyes from the ball,” Obama said, referencing the U.S.’s neglect of Afghanistan.Obama said the afternoon for the Republican Party has passed.”(McCain) is with the party of yesterday. We are creating the party of tomorrow the following in San Marcos, Texas,” Obama said. © 2008 The Lariat via U-WIRE mulberry scarf
    As the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, most of Americans say the government remains not doing all it might — or should — to aid the storm’s victims, a fresh CBS News poll found.Comparing today’s assessments with those soon after the hurricane, Americans’ assessments of the government response have become even harsher: They still overwhelmingly call the federal government and the state and local governments’ actions inadequate. Many remain displeased with how rebuilding attempts are going and are skeptical that New Orleans will return to normal any time soon.The poll discovered that almost half of Americans continue to be dissatisfied or even angry together with the way rebuilding work is going on the Gulf Coast. That displeasure has subsided just a bit from last winter, when six in 10 felt negatively.HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT GULF REBUILDING EFFORTS?Pleased 6%Satisfied 32% Dissatisfied 39%Angry 11%Tens of 1000s of homes were destroyed by the storm, in support of a fraction have been rebuilt. Federal Emergency Management Agency Director David Paulison said immediately that a lack of housing continues to be the Gulf Coast’s top challenge a year after Katrina. FEMA has distributed roughly $6 billion to house people displaced by Katrina, and a vast majority of Americans feel that the government ought to still pay for housing.If your FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTINUE TO PROVIDE HOUSING FOR VICTIMS?Yes 63%No 29% But, the CBS News poll learned that only one in three Americans think FEMA is doing all it may to help the people affected by Katrina. The criticism in not simply directed at the federal level. Local and state governments score even lower.IS FEMA DOING ALL IT CAN NOW TO HELP KATRINA VICTIMS?All of that can be expected 32%Could be doing more 59%ARE The state of hawaii AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS DOING ALL It could NOW TO HELP KATRINA VICTIMS?All of that can be expected 30%Could be doing more 55%President George W. Bush’s approval ratings with regards to Hurricane Katrina have improved slightly. Most still disapprove of his response to the needs of those affected by the disaster, but evaluations are up from last winter.DO YOU APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE OF PRESIDENT BUSH’S Reply to THE NEEDS OF KATRINA VICTIMS?Approve 41%Could be doing regular more 51%In February, 32% of american citizens approved of how Mr. Bush was addressing the victims’ needs. Right after the disaster, assessments were comparable to today’s, with 44% approving.Most Americans think that the recovery from Hurricane Katrina is a lot from over. The amount PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE IN REBUILDING THE GULF COAST?A good deal 7%Some 38% Not much/none 25%Don’t know 29%While seven in 10 think most of New Orleans will eventually be rebuilt, most Americans — 64% — think rebuilding it should take longer than two years. Another 25% say nearly all of New Orleans will probably don’t be rebuilt.WILL Almost all of NEW ORLEANS BE REBUILT?Yes, in a year or two 8%Yes, but it will take longer 64% No, it never will be 25%Most of the public — 67% — is watching the rebuilding of recent Orleans and the Gulf Coast.Those paying “a lot” of awareness of the rebuilding with the region are more likely than those paying less care about say little or no progress has been given.Most Americans always say New Orleans just isn’t ready to be a tourism and convention destination again — 71% say it is not ready yet, while 17% the city is ready. ugg classic tall boots
    NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — U.S. stocks on Wednesday stepped higher as investors found basis for economic hope in the July rise in orders for U.S. durable goods, which has a spike in the cost of crude viewed as temporary in light of storm conditions within the Gulf of Mexico.”When we think about some of the details <of>the durable-goods report], the cornerstone for optimism is certainly not great, but the market’s reaction shows industry may be ready to embrace better news,” said Tony Crescenzi, a niche analyst at Miller Tabak & Co.Up four of the past five trading days, the Dow Jones Industrial Average seesawed into and out of positive territory before adopting a firmer tone, recently up 107.07 points, or 0.9%, to 11,520.94, with 22 of its 30 components pulling higher.The blue-chip index to date has gained 1.3% considering that the start of August, readying it for the second straight month of gains.For that year, the Dow is down 13.1% after tallying monthly declines for five out from the year’s first seven months.”The feel via a flight is not that the situation is a lot better, but that the rate of deterioration could have slowed. In this environment, that’s enough to generate optimism,” said Crescenzi.”The move around in oil is being ignored, because it is well known a storm is originating and it’s not seen as long-term influence,” said Crescenzi.The S&P 500 gained 11.94 points, or 1%, to 1,283.45, which puts it 1.3% ahead of where the broader-market index stood following July.The energy and financial sectors fronted gains around the S&P, with both up almost 2%. Medical care was the only decliner with the S&P’s 10 industry groups, off fractionally, with Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. one of the greatest laggards, its shares down 2.8%.The Nasdaq Composite climbed 32.30 points, or 1.4%, to 2,394.27, which has it gaining 3% since Aug. 1.By having an hour left within the trading session, volume around the New York Stock Exchanged stumbled on a paltry 527.5 million shares, and advancing stocks outpaced those declining more than 3 to 1. Trade was also light on the Nasdaq, where 430 million issues were exchanged and advancers topped decliners almost 2 to a single.Crude movesIn data now tracked more carefully by equities’ traders, the vitality Department reported crude supplies fell by 100,000 barrels to 305.8 million a week ago, while the American Petroleum Institute counted a drop of 3.5 million barrels for the same period.”The oil figures were form of neutral. Oil has moved by the storm,” said Crescenzi of worries that Tropical Storm Gustav might disrupt oil production from the Gulf of Mexico, with crude for October delivery up 22 cents to $118.37 a barrel in electronic trading on Globex. .Retail shares were mixed, reflecting varied second-quarter is a result of chain stores including Borders Group Inc. , up 22% as soon as the book seller posted a narrower-than-expected loss. Shares of J. Crew Group Inc. were hit, recently off 4.7%, as soon as the clothing retailer’s profit and third-quarter forecast missed Wall Street targets.Shares of Talbots Inc. jumped 27.1% following the women’s clothing retailer raised its full-year outlook to a profit instead of its prior projected losses. .Other active shares included that relating to Amylin Pharmaceutical Inc. , which tanked 25.8% as soon as the biotech group said it had received reports that four more users of their diabetes drug Byetta have left. Data frontAhead of the opening bell, stock futures erased their losses after the government reported orders for U.S.-made durable goods rose 1.3% a few weeks ago on strong interest in transportation equipment. The gain beat the expectations of analysts, who forecast a 0.2% rise. .The cost-effective data helped the dollar recover some of its losses, with the dollar index , which tracks the currency against key rivals, as a result of 77.09 from 77.264 in Us trade last Tuesday. .Treasury prices were mostly hiher in afternoon trade, with benchmark 10-year note yields , which transfer the opposite direction of costs, off 1 basis point out 3.67%. .In a speech Wednesday morning at Georgia State University’s business school, Fed Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart predicted inflation would ease in coming months, calling recent price hikes “more likely to be transitory than persistent.” Shares in Europe turned higher, together with the pan-European Dow Jones Stoxx 600 index up 0.2% to 283.25. .In Asia, stock markets closed mixed, with all the Hang Seng Index finishing 1.9% higher. Equities investors could also look overseas for positive economic data. “Germany had some inflation news which was better. Their CPI <consumer>price index] actually declined month over month in August, a harbinger for the purpose is to come in the U.S.,” said Crescenzi.”There had not been breakdown with the numbers, but state data established that lower energy prices were the real key behind the decline,” said analysts at Action Economics of German data that relayed a 0.3% decline in the country’s CPI.By Kate Gibson mulberry sale uk
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