Welcome To Our Best Deals For Xmas Gifts Outlet Online Store Orders Over $150 , Enjoy Free Shipping,save $20 shipping cost!

michael kors purses outlet

Published: Sunday 25 August, 2013

michael kors purses outlet michael kors purses outlet Elon Musk quits Zuckerbergs immigration advocacy group

SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON Reuters Billionaire environmentalist Elon Musk has quit a Silicon Valley advocacy group formed by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg after the group funded ads for senators touting their support for an oil pipeline and oil drilling in Alaska.

CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX Elon Musk speaks during a session titled To Infinity and Beyond: Jeff Skoll talks with Elon And Kimbal Musk at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California April 29, 2013. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

Musk leads one of the worlds best known green companies, electric carmaker Tesla. education system.

The ads were focused not on immigration but rather on the senators general positions, including ones support for the Keystone XL pipeline, which has created a backlash among some progressive groups. Backers say the pipeline project would boost North American energy security and provide thousands of construction jobs. Opponents argue that it would lead to higher releases of greenhouse gases. It was unclear how much Musk, who also chairs solarenergy company Solar City, had donated. Sacks did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

It joins other technology groups and alliances lobbying michael kors purses outlet Congress for more H1B visas for highskilled workers and easier hiring of foreign math, science and engineering experts. Zuckerberg has become the groups public face, among more than three dozen bigname supporters.

michael kors purses outlet
Politically, Zuckerberg has carved out bipartisan credentials, visiting the White House and hosting a town hall for President Barack Obama but also staging a fundraiser for Chris Christie, the Republican governor of New Jersey who some see as a 2016 Presidential hopeful.

The latest controversy was sparked by ads for Republican Senators Marco Rubio from Florida and Lindsey Graham from South Carolina as well as Alaskan Democrat Mark Begich.

In doing so, the ads highlight a number of positions held by the senators, including supporting the controversial Keystone XL pipeline in Grahams case, and drilling in the Alaska National Wildlife Preserve in Begichs.

The ads could help inoculate the lawmakers against challenges from within their parties as a result of their stand on immigration reform. Graham and Begich are up for reelection in 2014.

Our advertising decisions are being made michael kors purses outlet by a very smart team of political operatives who know that passing major reform will require some different and innovative tactics, Breyer said in an emailed statement. michael kors purses outlet