I have a different interpretation. This cartoon seems to be calling attention to the issue of whether or not a large powerful private organization SHOULD (not legally can!) use its power and influence to promote political speech it likes and/or limit or silence political speech it dislikes. And it seems that the answer to this question for many on the left is: “It depends on whether or not I like the content of the speech being limited.” which seems, to me at least, to be a hypocritical position..

And my son (Ty) and I are going over to to China and it around an NHL game. We going to see about building ice rinks there. Chinese market is untapped, but there certainly interest.. A physical education teacher at his junior high school recommended Fox attempt long distance running. Fox took up the sport to please his coach but preferred to play basketball ball even if he was a substitute on the team. He eventually became a starter.

Then there’s lighting. How much there is and where its coming from can make a big difference. There’s focus, of course, and most importantly, you want your subject to be as interesting as possible. From the complex and speedy police investigation to the ordinary citizens who stepped up to the plate in our hour of need, the nation still owes them all a debt of gratitude.Over the next five days, we will look back at that terrible time when terror came to Scotland and speak to the men and women who met the threat head on.Today, we hear from the man who led the investigation into the terror attack by two extremists who tried to drive their explosive laden Jeep into the airport terminal on June 30, 2007.It’s the first time former detective David Swindle has spoken publicly about the attack and its aftermath.(Image: Daily Record)Det Supt David Swindle reveals how a simple concrete stanchion saved lives Global terrorism arrived in Scotland 10 years ago this week and good fortune alone prevented carnage on an unimaginable scale.Iraqi doctor Bilal Abdulla, 27, and Indian engineer Kafeel Ahmed, 28, were unlikely extremists.But inspired by al Qaeda, they planned to turn a Jeep Cherokee loaded with gas canisters and petrol cans into a massive mobile bomb.The audacious attack on Glasgow Airport was launched at 3.13pm on Saturday, June 30, 2007, as thousands of passengers queued in the departure hall to check in.(Image: Daily Record)Within minutes, footage of the blazing Jeep, which Ahmed crashed into a concrete stanchion at 30mph, was being beamed across the world.Detective Superintendent David Swindle was watching Sky News at home when the story broke.An hour later, he was standing outside the terminal building as the senior investigating officer trying to comprehend what had happened.In the months that followed, Swindle was at the heart of Operation Seagram, a fast moving investigation that reached as far as Australia.To mark the 10th anniversary, the former detective agreed to speak publicly about the attack for the first time and reveal what went on behind the scenes.He told the Record: “This was the first time there was a determined effort to kill people using a vehicle.”When that Jeep was driven into the front of the airport, there was total chaos and alarm. CCTV footagegraphically illustrates the horror and the fear experienced by people getting ready to go on their family holidays.”You can see the terror that it caused for the people inside the airport. They were screaming and running for their lives.”..