Diehard Miniatures Kickstarter Review. - Last Saturday I received my Kickstarter Pledge from Diehard Miniatures a new company by sculptor Tim Prow, with Sculptors Chaz Elliot and Drew Williams.....
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In January 2011, following the epic release of The Island of Blood, the Skaven will be receiving reinforcements, including new models - visit the website tomorrow for more information from the Studio. And with these new additions gathering on the horizon, there is no better time to start up or expand your very own Skaven armyYes! I'm really interested in seeing what new models are released. The Night Runners are clearly a candidate, as they are similar to the last edition of clan rat. I'd love to see a better Thanquol model too. What I'd really like to see, beyond all reasonable hope, is a box of giant rats and packmasters. Currently the only way to get 18 points of giant rats is to buy them with 80 points of rat ogres in a $40 box. I was personally hoping that the new rulebook would give rat ogres/giant rats a mixed unit rule like kroxigors/skinks get based on the way they are sold, but hey.... no biggie. So, like I said, if you want to field any reasonable number of giant rats you are forced to buy a lot of $40 boxes, even if you use all the other smallish rats that come with plague monks, doomwheel, etc.
Public Meeting sponsored by the International Students for Social Equality
The Breakdown of Capitalism and the Fight for Socialism
The world capitalist system is ensnared in its greatest crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. The financial turmoil that began two years ago with the sudden failure of Wall Street icons has metastasized into a global economic breakdown.
The Obama administration's claim that it has "broken the back" of the recession is a self-serving lie, told by cynical politicians who are convinced that the people can be made to believe anything. Tens of millions of people are unemployed, and millions have been thrown out of their homes. Public schools and universities are cutting tens of thousands of jobs and reducing admissions. State and local governments are responding with mass layoffs, pay cuts and the elimination of basic social programs.
The corporations and wealthy, led by the Obama administration, have used the economic crisis to increase their wealth, seizing on high unemployment to lower wages and increase profits.
In the aftermath of the 1929 collapse on Wall Street, the government and the press repeated endlessly the refrain: "Prosperity is just around the corner." But the depression that began with the stock market crash and then spread throughout the world lasted more than a decade and led to unprecedented suffering and destruction.
A new warning must be raised with all necessary urgency. The present crisis will not simply go away. There is no peaceful, let alone easy, way out of the economic and social impasse into which capitalism has led mankind. Join us for a series of meetings to discuss the socialist program and the political strategy for building a working class movement against capitalism.