While at a rally in Moon Township, Penn., on March 10, the so-called president of our republic and leader of the free world once again displayed his ignorance. The human garbage Republicans want us to respect mentioned executing drug dealers. Once again, the cretin showed just how ignorant he is. I certainly think this would be cruel and unusual punishment, forbidden in the Constitution. His pal, Rodrigo Duterte, a despot who is praised by 45, has drug dealers, young and old, executed without due process on the streets of Manila, Philippines.I’d unequivocally say this murderer is a role model for the white supremacists, including 45.Paul SantoRotterdamMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Car hits garage in Rotterdam Sunday morning; Garage, car burn Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion
Prior Group and ALL NRG have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to jointly cooperate on offshore wind projects.Under the deal that began in March, ALL NRG uses Prior Group’s facilities, such as offices, workshops, storage and service, as well as services from Prior’s in-house engineering, electrical company and yard in the Port of Vlissingen.The two parties said they will join forces when beneficial to customers and when it improves project results as they are together able to provide solutions which cannot be given as separate organizations.According to Prior, the collaboration will strengthen the presence of ALL NRG in Vlissingen and other ports in The Netherlands and Belgium.“To further expand our current business activities in the Benelux, teaming up with Prior Group is a strong benefit for ALL NRG,” said Hans Schneider, Chief Executive Officer of ALL NRG.“The joined competences of Prior Group and ALL NRG will be in high demand when the next major expansion of Dutch and Belgian offshore wind really starts to kick off. The well-established multidisciplinary organization in Prior Group with a vast local network adds excellent value to our core business – provision of manning and project solutions.”The companies are currently investigating opportunities that will take place in the Benelux area, including project activities at the new Green Blue Offshore Terminal in Vlissingen, which recently announced the opening of a new terminal to offer services to offshore wind companies.The new terminal contains 22.000m2 of workspace and will offer services during the construction, modification, repair and maintenance activities, and will serve as a place for the storage of equipment, materials, and offshore modules.
0Shares0000Chelsea’s Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring his team’s first goal during the English Premier League match against Everton at Stamford Bridge in London on August 27, 2017LONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 27- Chelsea lifted Antonio Conte’s spirits ahead of the crucial final days of the transfer window as goals from Cesc Fabregas and Alvaro Morata sealed a comfortable 2-0 victory over woeful Everton on Sunday.Conte has spent the last few weeks grumbling about Chelsea’s failure to land his top transfer targets, and with the window closing next week, the Blues boss is hoping to bolster his depleted squad with several signings. Against that troubled backdrop, it was essential Chelsea signed off before the international break with three points to keep in touch with Premier League pace setters Manchester United.The champions achieved that aim with ease as Fabregas opened the scoring in the first half at Stamford Bridge before Morata bagged his second goal since his club record £58 million ($74 million) move from Real Madrid.Conte’s men have now won two in a row following their shock opening-day defeat against Burnley, but they won’t have many less demanding victories than this one against a lethargic Everton side who barely broke sweat.Although Morata scored again, the Spain striker was a diffident figure for long periods and Conte knows Chelsea’s hopes of more silverware rest on him being given extra options to juggle the demands of a gruelling season.Everton’s first league defeat of the season was a frustrating end to what had been a positive week for Ronald Koeman’s men after they drew at Manchester City and qualified for the Europa League group stages.Back from suspension, Fabregas came in for Tiemoue Bakayoko and was immediately in the thick of the action when Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye escaped with a yellow card after catching the Spaniard with a crude studs-up lunge.Quickly monopolising possession, Chelsea threatened an early goal as William’s penetrating run teed up Morata in the penalty area.But Morata opted to pass and the chance was gone when Pedro lifted an ambitious bicycle kick over the crossbar.David Luiz took a direct approach moments later, bringing Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford into action for the first time with a low strike from just outside the area.Pedro followed suit with another long-range effort that had Pickford sprawling to his right to save.– Killer blow –Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata (left) vies with Everton’s defender Mason Holgate during their English Premier League match at Stamford Bridge in London on August 27, 2017Chelsea’s relentless pressure was rewarded in the 27th minute.Fabregas flicked a pass to Morata and timed his run perfectly to receive the Spaniard’s headed return ball in stride, nudging in front of Leighton Baines to guide a deft finish past Pickford for his first goal of the season.Although Everton had a draining Europa League assignment at Hajduk Split on Thursday, even that couldn’t completely excuse a desperately uninspired display.It was only a matter of time before Chelsea made them pay again and it was Morata who delivered the killer blow in the 40th minute.After referee Jon Moss played the advantage following a foul on Victor Moses, Cesar Azpilicueta had time and space to whip over a pin-point cross and Morata punished the flat-footed Everton defence with a header beyond Pickford from 10 yards.Pedro almost made it three just after half-time with a curling effort that whistled wide before Everton finally carved out a chance.Sandro Ramirez had only Thibaut Courtois to beat when he raced onto Wayne Rooney’s pass, but the striker’s miscued shot was in keeping with his side’s limp performance.Normal service was soon resumed as Chelsea peppered Pickford’s goal, with Pedro shooting wide and Moses firing too close to the keeper.Despite Chelsea’s commanding position, Conte remained typically hyperactive on the touchline.A calmer head will be required when he returns to the transfer maelstrom.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)