News behind the news. This picture is me (white spot) standing on the bridge connecting European and North American tectonic plates. It is located in the Reykjanes area of Iceland. By-the-way, this is a color picture.
Something For Massachusetts Voters To Think About In November
Since he was sworn into office, Scott Brown has probably been one of the most tireless workers for the MA and New England fishing industry that I have ever seen. In just a short time, he has done more for the fishing industry than many other Representatives and Senators have during their entire careers in office. I would say, including John Kerry. As soon as he was elected, he went right after NOAA, the agency that enforces fishing regulations, for abuse in their enforcement department. In this department, an investigation by the Inspector General of the Dept. of Commerce exposed unthinkable abuses that had been complained about by fishermen for a long time, but swept under the rug by the agency. Although the report exposed some nasty facts, nothing was ever done about it. Scott Brown did not take that lightly and even compiled an entire presentation he revealed on the Senate floor, which can be watched on the video above. As far as I am aware, no other Senator has ever done this for any fishery issue. Senator Brown has repeatedly called for disciplinary action within the fishing regulatory agency, NOAA, and for the removal of its chief, Jane Lubchenco. He has been responsive to calls and requests of the fishing industry, taken time to send people from his office to meet with fishing industry businesses, and has taken seriously the need for action on its behalf. The fishing industry needs Scott Brown, because he really is on our side.