Where Did The Money Come From For Past Government Projects?

Years ago the Government built and they built on a grand Scale , Bridges Tunnels highways in the 1930’s and before But did anyone ever stop to think , where did they get the money for these grand projects, surely not taxes -, there was  was no income tax and property tax is strictly county deal , so where did they get the cash from , did they ( the  Government ) print up extra cash? seems so  where did they get the money for WW2 all but a few men where  at home  the rest was where away at war , where  was the tax base ,  ever  wonder?


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European Union Say Jerusalem Should Be On The Table How about London Paris or Rome?

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The European Union says that Jerusalem the capital of Israel should be on the table.What Chutzpah! ..Well how would they fell if their capital was the subject of the chopping block?
In a few short years these same E.U.nations with their large Muslim populations will be put to task to create a 2 state  from their own nations.When they do will they please inform Israel just how they  like it and  how they appreciated having their nation cut up into fiefdoms .
Israel is a sovereign nation so in the meantime we will urge all of the E.U.and World Nations mind their on business concerning where Israel wants and has its capital and focus on their own nations Economy’s that are experiencing a free fall downward plunge.end
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Obese man loses half his weight to win bet

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A morbidly obese man shed half his body weight in 16 months – and left his mates £10,000 out of pocket.

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Junk food-loving Peter Ajello had ballooned to 203kg (32st) by bingeing on burgers, pancakes and pizza.
His initial weight loss of 22kg in a month was so astounding his closest friends bet him he wouldn’t lose double that in five months.
As the pounds kept falling off, they even tried to sabotage his slimming regime by having chicken wings and pizzas sent to his house every night.
But Mr Ajello refused to crack and came in even lighter than the target weight to collect his wedge of cash.
‘I don’t think they thought I could do it, but I was determined to prove them wrong,’ said Mr Ajello, of Florida.
‘I was known as the guy who could eat and eat. In college, my friends would set me eating challenges – it made me feel popular.’
The diet, combined with pounding a treadmill in his basement, saved his life after he suffered a stroke and was diagnosed with diabetes.
He cut out all junk food and alcohol but allowed himself the occasional square of chocolate to satisfy his sweet cravings.
Today he weighs in at a svelte 88kg (14st). ‘It was tough, but I kept rewarding myself with bits of chocolate and the fat melted away,’ he said.
The money he won from his mates helped him to pay for a £6,000 operation to remove a huge fold of excess skin from his belly that was left after his extreme dieting.

Peter Ajello