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- Section 1605 of the ARRA requires that iron, steel, and manufactured goods used in public buildings or public works projects be manufactured in the United States. There are several exceptions, and specific reporting requirements apply.
- The Buy American Act (BAA - ) passed in 1933 by Congress and signed by President Roosevelt, required the United States government to prefer U.S.-made products in its purchases.
- A gold coin is a coin made mostly or entirely of gold. Gold has been used for coins practically since the invention of coinage, originally because of gold's intrinsic value.
- Coin minted in gold, such as the American Eagle or the Canadian Maple Leaf.
- Gold dollar | Quarter Eagle ($2.50) | Three-dollar piece | Half Eagle ($5) | Eagle ($10) | Double Eagle ($20)
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Here's an interesting fact taken from the U.S. Mint's website: all the gold mined in the world would only amount to a cube whose sides measure 20 yards! A one-ounce gold American...
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Flickr nos toma el pelo / Flickr is taking us for a ride
Despues de varias y malas experiencias, veo que nos toman el pelo. Pero cobran. Y nos toman el pelo una y otra vez.
Me denuncian anonimamente, hace meses, sin motivo, por envidia, y me censuran, sin consultarme ni comunicarmelo antes de moderarme... No puedo agregar a grupos, mis fotos en las expos y grupos desaparecen, soy un apestado. Escribo y no obtengo respuesta. Pero pago. Y promenten ayuda. Revisan la cuenta y ven que no habia motivo, pero ni se disculpan por los perjuicios ocasionados. Primero disparan y luego preguntan.
Nos roban las fotos. Y los ladrones dicen que es Flickr quien se lo facilita por medio de API. Escribo y no obtengo respuesta. Me contesta un robot con un mensaje standard. Espero. No obtengo respuesta. Sigo pagando por la seguridad prometida. Un huevo. Y el otro. Y media nalga.
Hace tres dias, con el cambio al "nuevo" Flickr, me es imposible editar las fotos con Picnik, un servicio por el que pago. Me remiten a Picnick, que reclame alli, cuando son ellos los que me cobran por este servicio incluido en mi cuenta. Yo no tengo ningun servicio contratado con Picnik. Eso esta incluido en la cuenta "pro". Me contesta otro robot. Reclamo a Picnick y me dicen que si no compro una cuenta no tengo derecho a consultar. Veo una connivencia de empresas para sacarnos los dineros y los higados.. Ahora me explico la cantidad de millonarios americanos. Multiplicad 20 € de una cuenta por 300 millones de miembros. A costa de los pardillos como yo, que pague dos anos por adelantado. Se pasan la pelota y cuando voy a las reclamaciones veo que la pagina no existe o que cambiaron de direccion. Vale. Una maravilla. Long live America !
"In God we trust". In GOLD we trust. Se comieron la L.
(Hace un ano que espero por una Nikon, gilipollas de mi, pagada de antemano a un honrado empresario americano "desaparecido", que Dios tenga en la gloria).
P.S.: Acabo de recibir otra notificacion de Flickr, en que me piden que espere, ya que trasladan mi queja a departamentos superiores. ? Escrita por otro robot! ?Generada automaticamente! Trato humano.
Following various negative experiences I can see the Flickr is taking us for a ride. But they charge us, and take us for a ride once and again.
A few months ago, I find myself denounced anonymously, with no motive - envy? - and censored with no previous consultation or communication before moderating my acount.. I cannot post up to groups, my photos in expos and groups disappear. I stink.. I write,but get no reply. But I pay and am promised assistance. My account is finally checked and they see there was no cause for complaint, but there is no apology for the damages accrued. First fire and then ask questions.
They steal our photos. The thieves say it is Flickr who facilitates this through API images. I write and get no reply, except one from a robot, generated automatically. I wait. No reply. I?m still paying for the promised security.Balls. Both of them, and half a buttock too.
Three days ago, with the change to the "new" Flickr, I am suddenly unable to edit my photos with Picnik, a service for which I pay. They tell me to reclaim from Picnik , when it is they who are charging me for this service included in my account. I have no service contracted with Picnik. This is included in the "pro" account. Another robot reply. I reclaim from Picnik who inform me that if I do not buy an account, I have no right to consultation. I see here a connivance between companiesto remove us of our monies and our livers. Now I understand the number of American millionaires. Multiply 20€ per account by 300 million members. At the cost of innocents like me who paid for two years in advance. They pass the ball from one to another, and when I go to reclaim, I find the page no longer exists or that they?ve changed address. Great. Marvellous. Long Live America.
"In God we trust.". In GOLD we trust. They ate the L.
(For a year now, I have been waiting for a Nikon - poor idiot that I am - paid for in advance from an honourable American businessman who "disappeard." May God have him in his glory)
PS. I have just received another communication from Flickr telling me to wait, that my complaint is being transferred to higher spheres. Written by another robot! Generated automatically! Human treatment indeed!
Old Santa Rosa Chapel - Cambria, CA
Old Santa Rosa Chapel and Cemetery
The chapel was built for the local Roman Catholic community by Henry Williams and was the first church built in the county after its establishment in 1850. The chapel served the community for 91 years, and among its congregation included guests of William Randolph Hearst, Marion Davies, Gary Cooper and Bing Crosby. The cemetery is the final resting place of many Cambria pioneers, including the Phelans, Pereiras, Cantuas and Fiscalinis.
The chapel was built on land that belonged to Mission San Miguel. After secularization of the missions in the 1830s and 1840s, land grants were given to prominent citizens, with Rancho Santa Rosa going Don Julian Estrada and Rancho San Simeon to Don Jose Ramon Estrada.
Don Julian Estrada and his wife, Dona Nicolasa opened their home, guest quarters and gardens near the intersection of Highway 1 and Highway 46 to accommodate the Catholic ceremonies in the area as area residents had no other place to worship. Priests from Mission San Luis Obispo and from Mission San Miguel celebrated mass and conducted marriages, baptisms and funerals at the Estrada compound.
Old Santa Rosa Chapel
Following the Mexican-American War, land between Rancho Santa Rosa and Rancho San Simeon was declared public land, and Jeffrey Phelan staked his claim. He later sold the site of the present day Santa Rosa Chapel and Cemetery to the Los Angeles-Monterey Diocese for 100 gold coins.
In 1871, the chapel was built of local pine on a hill overlooking Cambria, the present day East Village. The building was constructed of locally grown pine and was dedicated to St. Rose of Lima. After the missions, it was the first Catholic church built in California. Priests from both the Mission San Luis Obispo and the Mission San Miguel traveled to Cambria (weather permitting) to conduct services.
Santa Rosa Chapel and St. Joseph Church in Cayucos shared a priest until 1960, when the chapel became an independent parish. The chapel's final regular mass was celebrated in 1963 when the new, modern and much larger Santa Rosa Catholic Church opened. The chapel remained empty and unused, vandalized for many years until 1978 when Clementine Newman organized a committee to restore and protect it.
By 1985 the restoration was complete. Brush and trees had been removed and a fence and gate added. Workers raised and restored the foundation, replaced siding on the north and east sides, installed new window panes and a new floor and replaced much of the wainscoting. They rebuilt the floors, communion rail, confessional, side altars, and the iron fence and gateway at the cemetery. The committee restored curbing around family plots and placed redwood markers on unmarked graves. They bought pews from Holy Cross Church in Santa Cruz and even found the original 1871 altar in a Phelan barn.
Fundraising continues today for restoration and maintenance of the chapel. It is available for weddings, memorial services, concerts and events. Additional funds are raised by the annual polenta dinner and candlelight Christmas program.
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Are imports really to blame for disappearing American jobs? Tracing the history and politics of economic nationalism from the American Revolution to the present, labor historian Dana Frank demonstrates how "Buy American" campaigns are not a new idea. This entertaining story is full of surprises, including misguided heroes, chilling racism, and more than a few charlatans. Frank contributes a much needed new approach to the old debate between free trade and protectionism. She outlines a strategy that would serve the needs of working Americans instead of the interests of corporations and economic elites.
When U.S. citizens were urged to "buy American" in the early 1930s in order to boost the national economy, African American thinkers such as Robert Abbott were quick to point out the irony: "Certainly we'll buy America first," he wrote, and went on to list the many products he'd now be buying--like steak dinner in a restaurant and theater tickets--which he had never been allowed to buy because of segregation laws. Not all Americans were as savvy as Abbott, however, and a tradition of "economic nationalism" that excluded from free trade almost as many within the borders of the United States as it did without enjoyed some success in those years, as it had in the years leading up to the American Revolution. Post-segregation, "Buy American" has become, among other things, an empty slogan for businesses who wish to appeal to patriotic sensibilities (like Wal-Mart, which just happens to also have "Buy Canadian" and "Buy Mexican" campaigns for its stores in those countries). In Buy American, Dana Frank advocates a "celebration" of the democratic ideal of such economic movements while refocusing the idea of "protectionism" to boost not simply corporate profits but the global interests of working people. This book is ripe with ideas, and so engagingly written that even chapters on 18th-century trade wars and 19th-century tariffs make for lively reading. --Maria Dolan
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