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Although the next presidential election is three years away, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Bowling Green, left no question that he believes his conservative approach to federal government is preferable to that of the current administration's liberal spending.

He also told those gathered for the Madisonville-Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce hot topic luncheon Thursday at Baptist Health Clinic that uncontrolled spending spans bipartisan lines.

"When we borrow money for a new business or a new house, we feel obligated to pay our debts," Paul told those attending a chamber luncheon in Madisonville. "Politicians don't feel that at all. What happens is politicians get led to give that money to people that are their contributors. Democrats get businesses and give money to the Democrats. Republicans do the same thing. We shouldn't really pick the winners and losers in Washington. Give it back to the people. So when you talk about an economic stimulus,Choose your favorite street lamp paintings from thousands of available designs.Know about led high bay conversion kit and Bi-xenon HID kit. the president gave like $700 billion but he chose who got it. So he gave a $500 million loan to Solyndra. Solyndra is the 20th richest man in the world."

Solyndra is a now defunct company that manufactured solar cells in California. It filed for federal bankruptcy protection in 2011 and laid off its employees.

Paul also used the example to say that President Barack Obama's agenda includes a war on coal, which will be devastating to Kentucky if left unchecked, he said.They are called "solar" panels or solar module because most of the time, the most powerful source of light available is the Sun.

"The president's people just reiterated that they have a war on coal," said Paul. "He will tell you he's for a balanced approach, but he doesn't seem to in regard to coal. The balanced approach should be that we do want a clean environment and we want jobs. If you want a perfectly clean environment with no emissions, then you can turn all your lights out and we'll have candles again."

Paul said it is seldom publicized that coal-fired plant emissions have diminished significantly over the past 40 to 50 years. The "dirtiest" decade in American history stemmed from the industrial revolution in the late 1890s, when there were no regulations for emission controls, he said.

He also used his time to speak to the implications of ObamaCare.

ObamaCare, the term associated with a health reform initiative which will require people without health insurance to pay a fee, also governs insurance agencies' ability to decline coverage on some people with pre-existing conditions.

"In the rest of the marketplace, prices are driven down because of competition," said Paul, who is an ophthalmologist. "In fact, the things in healthcare that don't have any insurance coverage - the price goes down every year. Lasix, the surgery to get rid of glasses, the price has gone every year for the past 15 years because people pay cash. They call around to four different doctors and get the best price."

By mid-2011, Thordarson's thirst for adventure, combined with his interest in hacking, would irreversibly complicate his relationship with WikiLeaks.

In June of that year, the Anonymous-linked hacker group LulzSec brought down the website of the CIA. Thordarson says that he and other WikiLeaks staff were amused by the incident, and he decided to reach out to the hackers to establish contact.

Thordarson claims that, using the aliases "Q" and "Penguin X," he set up a line of communication between WikiLeaks and LulzSec.

During the series of exchanges that followed, Thordarson says he "suggested" that his group wanted assistance to find evidence of anti-WikiLeaks sentiment within the Icelandic government's Ministry of Finance, which had thwarted an attempt by DataCell, a company that processes WikiLeaks donations, to purchase a large new data center in Reykjavik. (In early 2011, DataCell's founder questioned whether the Icelandic government had deliberately prevented the deal because it was "afraid of letting WikiLeaks here into the country.")

"That was basically the first assignment WikiLeaks gave to LulzSec," Thordarson alleges, "to breach the Icelandic government infrastructure."

Thordarson admits that he initiated the contact with the hackers, though he claims it was approved by Assange. It is unclear, however, whether WikiLeaks staff were fully aware of his correspondence with LulzSec and the "assignment" that he says he handed to them.We offer solar photovoltaic system and commercial incentives to encourage our customers to install solar energy systems.

WikiLeaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson told me he believed that if Thordarson had any contact with LulzSec, it was as a rogue operative and that it was "highly unlikely" any other WikiLeaks staff, including Assange, knew what he was engaged in. Thordarson is a dishonest character,We turn your dark into light courtesy of our brilliant sun, solar street light, solar power generation. Hrafnsson said, who is trying to inflate the role he played as a volunteer.

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