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Other: Travel Nurse - OR RN - Great Falls, MT - Great Falls, Montana

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Travel OR Nurse (RN) Explore the country and make some great money with this great RN position in Great Falls, MT! Job Details Estimated $2,000 take home per week Day shifts Job Requirements MT/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. Must have at least two year of previous experience. BLS About Us At  GHR Travel Nursing , we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer  great pay  and one of the  best benefits packages  in the industry, including: Flexible scheduling options Personalized service Health insurance 401(k) investment plan Referral bonuses Free liability insurance coverage Weekly pay Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for  Job Alerts ! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
          

Healthcare: Travel Nurse - OR RN - Great Falls, MT - Great Falls, Montana

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Travel OR Nurse (RN) Explore the country and make some great money with this great RN position in Great Falls, MT! Job Details --- Estimated $2,000 take home per week --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- MT/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
          

Other: Travel Nurse - OR RN - Great Falls, MT - Great Falls, Montana

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Travel OR Nurses (RN) Check out Giant Springs State Park with this great RN position in Great Falls, MT! Job Details Estimated $1,885 per week gross Day shifts Job Requirements DC Registered Nurse (RN) license. Must have at least two year of previous experience. BLS About Us At  GHR Travel Nursing , we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer  great pay  and one of the  best benefits packages  in the industry, including: Flexible scheduling options Personalized service Health insurance 401(k) investment plan Referral bonuses Free liability insurance coverage Weekly pay Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for  Job Alerts ! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
          

Tucson Improv Movement shows and classes

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From: Tucson Improv Movement <justin@tucsonimprov.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 21, 2019 7:29 AM
Subject: The Yes And News 11/21/19

 

 

Upcoming Shows

 

 

 

 

Friday Night

7:30 pm - Improv Happy Hour (Shatfan + The Lobbyists)
9:00 pm - The Soap Box
 

Saturday Night

7:30 pm - Harold Omega + TBD
9:00 pm - Stand Up 101 Showcase + Pilot Season

 

 

 

 

Get Your Seat to the Stand Up 101 Showcase

 

 

 

Upcoming Classes

 

 

 

 

Improv Comedy 

101 - Saturday, January 11th with Sara Alcazar Silva
201 - Tuesday, January 7th with Zack Armstrong
301 - Wednesday, January 8th with Amanda Tennyson
401 - Monday, January 13th with Justin Lukasewicz

Stand Up Comedy 

101 - Sunday, January 5th with Mo Urban

 

 

 

 

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The Soap Box with Farhad Moghimi 

Farhad Moghimi grew up in Madison, WI after his family moved to the United States from Iran when he was a little boy. He experienced a culture shock of a different sort when he moved to a small town in Northern Wisconsin to attend High School. After many years of enduring the cold winters he moved to Tucson to thaw out while attending U of A. Almost 30 years later he is still having tons of fun building all sorts of things around Tucson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exclusive Offer!

 

Buy One Show Ticket Get One Free!!!

Join us this Saturday night at 9 pm to catch a brand new pilot episode created by Pilot Season and enjoy BOGO tickets!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tucson Improv Movement

414 E 9th Street

Tucson, AZ 85705



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Kevin Nealon, Steve Hofstetter & lots more Tucson comedy 😂

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Sent: Wednesday, November 20, 2019 4:32 PM
Subject: Kevin Nealon, Steve Hofstetter & lots more Tucson comedy 😂

 

 

 

 

Featured Shows

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Rodney Carrington

at Desert Diamond Casino

Friday, November 22 @ 8:00 pm

Rodney Carrington starred in the TV sitcom "Rodney," which ran for two seasons on ABC, and co-starred with Toby Keith in the feature film "Beer for My Horses."

Tickets on sale now. 
$30+ (25% off w/ code RDNYSOCIAL)

 

 

 

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Randy Rainbow

at The Fox Theatre

Friday, November 22 @ 7:30 pm

Randy Rainbow (and yes, that is his real name) is an American comedian, actor, singer, writer and satirist best known for his popular series of musical parodies and political spoofs, which have garnered him international acclaim.

 $41.50+

 

 

 

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Trevor Noah

at Tucson Music Hall

Saturday, November 23 @ 7:00 pm & 9:30pm

Trevor Noah is the most successful comedian in Africa and the host of the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning The Daily Show on Comedy Central.

Tickets on sale now. 
$47+

 

 

 

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Pre-Thanksgiving Comedy Extravaganza

at The O

Wednesday, November 27 @ 7:30 pm

Have nothing to do the night before Thanksgiving? Of course you don't! Come out to "The O" for a night of stand up comedy with local comics Ali Musa, Stephanie Lyonga, Tony Bruhn, & more.

Tickets available at the door 
$5

 

 

 

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Last Friday, Last Laugh

at Hotel McCoy

Friday, November 29 @ 8:00 pm

Hotel McCoy's popular monthly comedy night continues with a post-Thanksgiving Standup Showcase. This month's lineup includes Pauly Casillas (Netflix), Savannah Hernandez (Tempe Improv) & more.

FREE show! 

 

 

 

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Cristela Alonzo

at The Rialto Theatre

December 7 @ 8:00 pm

Cristela Alonzo made history in 2014 when she became the first Latina to create, produce and star in her own network sitcom, "Cristela" for ABC. Her first stand-up special, Lower Classy, is currently streaming on Netflix. 

Tickets on sale now. 
$24+

 

 

 

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Ian Harris, Jamie Kilstein & Ron Swallow

at 191 Toole

December 15 @ 8:00 pm

Three comedians known for their smart, irreverent, sometimes nerdy, sometimes edgy and always hilarious and thought-provoking comedy come to 191 Toole.

Tickets on sale now. 
$15

 

 

 

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New Years Eve w/ Ron Feingold

at Laffs Comedy Caffe

December 31 @ 7pm & 10:30pm

Ron Feingold started performing at the tender age of 10. He combines a very funny standup comedy act with an incredible singing voice to bring you great song parodies and an evening full of laughs. 

Tickets on sale now. 
$30

 

 

 

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Neil Hamburger

at 191 Toole

January 17, 2020 @ 8:00 pm

For over 20 years, 'America's Funnyman' has worked every imaginable stage, from Madison Square Garden and the UK's Reading Festival, to a Hollywood cemetery, Tasmanian pubs, and an abandoned monkey cage in a decrepit Catskills zoo.

Tickets on sale now. 
$20, All Ages

 

 

 

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Steve Hofstetter

at The Rock

January 28, 2020 @ 7:00 pm

One of YouTube's most popular comics with over 100 million views, Steve Hofstetter has been seen on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, E! True Hollywood Story, and Comics Unleashed.

Tickets on sale now. 
$20 (Discount tix are available while supplies last.)

 

 

 

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Hasan Minhaj

at Centennial Hall

April 18, 2020 @ 7:00 pm

Hasan Minhaj is the host and creator of the weekly comedy show Patriot Act on Netflix. His one-hour comedy special Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King earned him a 2018 Peabody Award. 

Tickets on sale now.
$40+

 

 

 

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Kevin Nealon

at The Rialto Theatre

April 26, 2020 @ 8:00 pm

Actor, comedian, and author Kevin Nealon is best known for his nine-year stint as a cast member of Saturday Night Live, and has received critical acclaim for his role in the Showtime series Weeds

On sale this Friday, November 22.
$35+

 

 

 

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Paula Poundstone

at The Fox Theatre

May 8, 2020 @ 7:30 pm

Paula Poundstone is one of our country's preeminent comedians, known for her smart, observational humor and legendary spontaneous wit.

Tickets on sale now.
$25.50+

 

 

 

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Ron White

at Desert Diamond Casino

June 19, 2020 @ 8pm

Ron "Tater Salad" White first rose to fame as the cigar-smoking, scotch-drinking funnyman from the Blue Collar Comedy Tour phenomenon.

Tickets on sale now.
$49.50+

 

 

 

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Upcoming Shows

(View full calendar on our website.)
 

November 21, 2019

Casa De Comedy at Casa Marana
Free

Laffs Open Mic Night
Free

November 22, 2019

Randy Rainbow at Fox Theatre
$41.50 – $87.50

Comedy Showcase at BlackRock Brewers
Free

Rodney Carrington at Desert Diamond Casino
$30 – $45

Greg Wilson at Laffs
$12.50 – $17.50

Rod Wayne Housley at The O
$7 – $11

November 23, 2019

Trevor Noah at Tucson Music Hall
$47 – $93

Retro Game Show Night at Club Congress
$12

Greg Wilson at Laffs
$12.50 – $17.50

Rod Wayne Housley at The O
$7 – $11

November 24, 2019

Cats After Dark at Gallagher Theatre
Free

November 25, 2019

Thanksgiving Comedy Showcase at Surly Wench
$5

November 26, 2019

Open Mic at The Music Box
Free

November 27, 2019

Pre-Thanksgiving Comedy Extravaganza
$5

November 29, 2019

Zane Helberg at The O
$5

Jason Resler and Cory Michaelis at Laffs
$12.50 – $17.50

Last Friday, Last Laugh at Hotel McCoy
Free

November 30, 2019

Keep Tucson Sketchy at The Screening Room
$8.50

Jason Resler and Cory Michaelis at Laffs
$12.50 – $17.50

The Game Show Show at TIM
$5

December 6, 2019

Jay and Silent Bob at The Loft Cinema

Geoff Asmus at Laffs
$12.50 – $17.50

Michael Carbonaro at Desert Diamond Casino
$27.50 – $47.50

December 7, 2019

Arroyo Cafe Holiday Radio Show
$20

Cristela Alonzo at The Rialto Theatre
$24 – $38

Geoff Asmus at Laffs
$12.50 – $17.50

CBCTAC Presents: Anna Valenzuela at The O
$5

December 8, 2019

Still Standing Up at Laffs
$10

December 9, 2019

John Waters at The Rialto
$33 – $110

December 12, 2019

You're Doing A Great Job Podcast Live at Hotel McCoy
Free

December 13, 2019

Applause for Paws at The O
$10

The Manly Manlesque Show
$10 – $20

December 15, 2019

Ian Harris, Jamie Kilstein & Ron Swallow at 191 Toole
$15

December 20, 2019

Brew Haha Comedy 4 Year Anniversary at Borderlands
$5

December 31, 2019

Ron Feingold at Laffs
$30

January 11, 2020

Mo Urban: "Get to the Point" at The O
$5

January 17, 2020

Neil Hamburger at 191 Toole
$20

January 18, 2020

Paul Green at The O
$5 – $10

January 22, 2020

Tom Briscoe at DVPAC
$22

January 28, 2020

Steve Hofstetter at The Rock
$20

February 8, 2020

Graham Elwood & Ron Placone: The Progressive Comedy Tour
$15

February 15, 2020

Ali Musa & Matt Ziemak present "Comedy from A-Z"
$5

February 25, 2020

R-Rated Magic w/ Grant Freeman
$20 – $36

February 28, 2020

Andrew Rivers at The O
$15 – $30

March 21, 2020

Martin Moreno at The O
$5 – $10

March 22, 2020

Smile! – Candid Camera and Host Peter Funt
$24.50 – $29.50

April 18, 2020

Hasan Minhaj at Centennial Hall
$40 – $120

April 26, 2020

Kevin Nealon at The Rialto Theatre
$35 – $42

May 8, 2020

Paula Poundstone at The Fox Theatre
$25.50 – $45.50

June 19, 2020

Ron White at Desert Diamond Casino
$49.50 – $69.50

 


          

Sunday 8 Dec 2019 – Madison, WI – Card. Burke – Pontifical Mass at the Throne for the Immaculate Conception

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On Sunday 8 December 2019, at 10 AM at St. Mary’s Church in Pine Bluff, WI, His Eminence Raymond Leo Card. Burke will celebrate a Pontifical Mass at the Throne in the traditional Roman Rite for the Feast of the … Continue reading
          

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF GLACIOLOGY/ICE FLOW MODELING-CLUSTER HIRE - University of Wisconsin–Madison - Madison, WI

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We are particularly interested in candidates who can contribute to an inclusive environment, bring new perspectives on mentoring and educating students from…
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DIRECTOR, COUNTY HEALTH RANKINGS & ROADMAPS (ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, OR PROFESSOR) - University of Wisconsin–Madison - Madison, WI

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We are recruiting for a new Director of County Health Rankings & Roadmaps to continue to propel our work forward, leading the vision and implementation of CHR&R…
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Training Facilitator - Sub-Zero Group, Inc. - Madison, WI

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Maintain corporate brand guidelines and propel the image of the brands forward. The Training Facilitator acts as the lead facilitator for all sales and designer…
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Training Facilitator - Sub-Zero Wolf - Madison, WI

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Bellport MS Touts ‘Progress’ During Black History Month Ceremony

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In collaboration with S.T.R.O.N.G. Youth, Bellport Middle School presented Evolution of Dance and Music, the program for this year’s annual Black History Month celebration, held in the school auditorium on Feb. 26. The evening was punctuated with performances by the middle school jazz ensemble, under the baton of Audrey Garcia. The Bellport Middle School Chorus, under the direction of Kyle Sherlock, performed John Legend’s “Glory,” and local dancer Aniya Heyward gave a talented tap dance performance. In addition, a poignant video presentation, James Weldon Johnson’s “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” set the tone for the evening’s message about making progress and accepting black history as the nation’s and “our” own history. After student Mistress of Ceremonies Madison Roberts welcomed the audience and Autumn Simon led the Pledge of Allegiance, Bishop Charles Bullock of Old South Haven Presbyterian Church in Brookhaven gave the invocation. Principal Dr. Jamal Colson set the theme of progress, claiming that progress can be made through community partnership and working together. He reminded students that they can make progress through adoption of the three “As,” attendance, attitude and striving for achievement. Brookhaven Town Councilwoman (District 1) Valerie Cartright, who is Brookhaven Town’s first African-American and person of Haitian descent to be elected to the town’s government, noted that the struggle of others is part of black Americans’ progress. She said, “It is important to be present in everything in our community. We need to ask whether we are expressing our voice.” Bellport Middle School teacher Loraine Richardson-McCray noted that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wrote “with love” progressive and revolutionary correspondence and speeches in addition to the notable “I Have a Dream” speech. Ms. Richardson-McCray also encouraged the audience to read “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.” Students Samir Bell and Bobby John gave the celebration’s closing remarks. “We have to come together, stay together and be one,” Bobby said. “Without struggle, there is no progress.” After the ceremony in the auditorium, participants were invited to continue the evening’s celebration of black history with dancing and dinner provided by Arooga’s Grill House and Sports Bar, Bravo, Café Castello Restaurant and Pizzeria, Café Gia, Cirillo’s IGA, Del Fuego, Empire State After School Program, Gaby’s Deli & Grocery, New Bethel First Pentecostal Church of America, Inc., Super Deli, Sicilia D’Oro, Stop & Shop and The Journey.
          

BELLPORT VOLLEYBALL KICKS OFF WITH A BANG

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(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 9/20/18) Last year the Bellport girls varsity volleyball team finished with a 9-8 record (8-2 league) and fell in the first round of playoffs. This year they seek to continue the streak of consecutive years in making the playoffs and to be one of the best teams in League IV, as they have been the last four years. They have seven returning players: senior captains Jaelyn Conquest, Alyssa Mantione and Jamie Trowbridge. They also have Anecya Sutton, Tamia Lawson, Madison Baumann, Mia Suarez and Emma Bautista and have added Colleen Shaw, Sofia Gannon, Eva Colon, Samantha Rieb, Hanna Lupo, Isa-bella Caypinar and Emily Gentzel. “It’s always been a privilege playing with these girls; we’ve always had a good reputation for being a competitive team,” said Conquest. Their first game began at home with a non-league game against Brentwood, who won one game last year. The Clippers won the game in straight sets 25-8, 25-21 and 25-10. Conquest had four kills, two digs, two blocks and two aces. Mantione had two kills, eight assists, five digs, a block and five aces. Trowbridge had two kills and four aces. Shaw, Gannon, Colon, Sutton and Lawson combined for nine kills and five aces. Baumann had a block and with Rieb, Lupo, Caypinar, Suarez, Gentzel and Bautista combined for 13 digs. With one victory in hand, Bellport was confident going into Hills East. Bellport defeated Half Hollow Hills East in five sets, 25-20, 23-25, 22-25, 25-16 and 25-23. Conquest had 13 kills, 15 digs, 11 blocks and three aces while serving. Mantione had 22 assists. Gentzel had 11 and 14 digs. Trowbridge had seven kills and 13 digs. Lawson had nine assists. Gannon, Lupo, Caypinar and Bautista combined for 14 digs. This was a good victory for the Clippers to gain confidence early in the season. Their third and final game of the week was their first league game, where they played Comsewogue at home. They rolled over the Warriors, cruising in straight sets 25-7, 25-9 and 25-9. Mantione had three kills and nine assists. Lawson had two kills, six aces and nine assists. Lupo had four assists. Conquest had four kills and three blocks. Rieb, Sutton, Gentzel, Colon and Gannon combined for eight kills, while Caypinar, Suarez and Baumann combined for six digs. “Having the support of our fans and schoolmates will motivate us and help us rise to the occasion,” added Trowbridge. (Courtesy of The Long Island Advance 9/20/18)
          

The GLAAD Wrap: Jacob Tobia's new Showtime series; trailers for 'Everything's Gonna Be Okay,' 'Schitt's Creek,' and more; music from Kesha, Big Freedia, Chika; and more!

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Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBTQ-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.

1) Out producer and director Greg Berlanti will be producing an adaption of popular novel The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue for HBO Max. The book follows Henry “Monty” Montegue, a bisexual British Lord who embarks on an adventure with his best friend and crush Percy, but several things run afoul. The book and its sequel The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy are available for purchase and the third in the series will be released next year. 

2) A release date has been announced for festival favorite French film A Portrait of a Lady on Fire. From out filmmaker Celine Sciamma, the film follows a woman commissioned to secretly paint another woman for her husband-to-be, but the two develop a romance. A Portrait of a Lady on Fire will have a special one-week showing in New York in Los Angeles starting December 6, and will be released in theaters everywhere on Valentines Day 2020.

3) The Criterion Collection announced their next set of releases, which include infamous documentary Paris is Burning. In addition to the original documentary, which follows the ballroom scene, and introduced audiences to the queer and trans people making strides in that community, the Criterion Collection edition will include a full new hour of footage. The film will be available on February 25, 2020. In more documentary news, MTV Documentary Films has announced a film with out producers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbota, Going to Pot: The Highs and Lows of It.

4) Adam became available for purchase on digital platforms on Tuesday. The film follows the titular teen boy Adam who becomes immersed in the queer and trans culture of New York in 2006. The DVD will be released on December 3, where it will have an exclusive audio commentary from the film’s director and trans man Rhys Ersnt. Check out the trailer below!

5) Showtime announced on Thursday that they will be developing non-binary actor and author Jacob Tobia’s book Sissy: A Coming of Gender Story as a dramedy. The show will follow non-binary college grand Tobi Gibran as they move from North Carolina to Ney York City in search of queer utopia but find the city to be less than what they hoped for. Tobia will co-write and co-executive produce the show.

6) A trailer has been released for Everything’s Gonna Be Okay, Freeform’s new comedy from out creator and star Josh Thomas. The show follows Thomas’ character Nicholas, a gay man who ends up being the guardian of his two teenage half-sisters. The show premieres January 16, watch the trailer below. Queer Black writers Julian Breece and Ira Madison III have announced a new dark comedy Canceled for Warner Bros. Television, produced by out producer Greg Berlanti. The show will follow Black social media personalities who get famous overnight for taking down a racist celebrity

7) The first teaser for Netflix’s AJ and the Queen was released on Tuesday. The show stars RuPaul as Ruby Red, a drag queen who has dreams of opening up his own drag club, and ends up on a cross-country road trip with 10-year-old girl AJ. The show will be released on Netflix on January 10, watch the trailer below! Jamie Clayton has been cast in the upcoming second season of Roswell, New Mexico. The trans Sense8 star will play Agent Grace Powell, who was sent to Roswell to investigate disappearances.

8) A teaser has been released for the final season of Schitt’s Creek, showing the Rose family, including newly engaged couple David and Patrick. Watch the teaser here and catch season six of Schitt’s Creek January 7 on Pop TV.  On Monday, Marvel’s Runaways released a new trailer for their third season, but also announced that this will be their final season. The show, featuring superhero teens including queer characters Nico and Karolina will premiere their third and final season on December 13. Watch the trailer below.  

9) Kesha has a new song and video out this week, single “My Own Dance,” off her upcoming High Road, which will come out January 10. Watch the video here, and pre-order the album here. Out artist Big Freedia, who was recently featured on Kesha’s “Raising Hell” has released “Louder,” a new song with an accompanying video. Stream and download the dance song, featuring Icona Pop here, want watch the video below! Singer and trans woman Mila Jam has released a new song "Call It Love," which can be listened to here!

10) Dream machine, lead by queer vocalist May-Kline released their new song “Rich Boys,” which May-Kline says “is about being frustrated with capitalist queer culture while also being envious of those who benefit from it.” Listen to the song here. Sleater-Kinney released a new music video on Thursday for their song “LOVE” off their most recent album The Center Won’t Hold. Watch the music video here and stream and download the album here.  Out queer rapper Chika released a new single on Friday, “Cant Explain it” featuring Charlie Wilson. She released a music video as well that features a queer romance. Stream the song here and watch the video below!

11) The nominees for the Independent Spirit Awards were announced on Thursday. LGBTQ nominees include Tarell Alvin McCraney for his screenplay of High Flying Bird as well as queer-centered films Booksmart in First Feature, Portrait of A Lady on Fire in Best International Film, and Wild Nights with Emily for the John Cassavetes Award. The awards will be handed out on February 8; see the full list of nominees here.

12) Out creator Ingrid Nilsen and Tastemade have teamed up for Cooking with Pride, a weekly series that features Nilsen with LGBTQ chefs where they create food and talk about their LGBTQ experiences. Watch today’s episode with Chef Mac Elliot, a trans man who makes shakshuka on the show, below.

13) Be Gay, Do Comics is an upcoming queer comics anthology that is currently funding from The Nib. The 250-page hardcover book will feature several LGBGTQ cartoonists, writing an drawing on queer history, memoir, and satire. Click here to contribute to the project!

November 22, 2019

          

Gloria Luby Pettigrew

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Gloria Luby Pettigrew, 74, passed into the arms of Jesus on Thursday, November 21, 2019 at her home in Braxton.

Funeral services were Sunday at Chancellor Funeral Home in Florence. Burial followed at New Covenant Church Cemetery in Harrisville.

Mrs. Pettigrew was born August 14, 1945 in Yazoo County to Wennon Lamar and Ruth Eva Luby. She has lived in Braxton for the last 35 years and was a member of New Covenant Church in Harrisville. Gloria loved cooking for her family. She also enjoyed knitting, crafting, picking flowers and she loved to watch the red birds fly.

Along with her parents, Mrs. Pettigrew is preceded in death by her brother, Tommy Luby.

She is survived by her husband, James Pettigrew Sr. of Braxton; sons, James Russell Pettigrew “Rusty” (Johnny) of Cantonment, FL and Jason Neil Pettigrew (Alicia) of Abilene, TX; daughters, Sherrie Garlitz (John) of Leander, TX and Ragan Jordan of Biloxi, MS; grandchildren, Ashley Pettigrew, Samuel Garlitz (Marissa), Aaron Pettigrew (Kayla), Nathan Garlitz (Jaycee), Taylor Pettigrew (Kayla), Adam Moore (Madison), Neil Gibbs, Jeremy Garlitz, Michelle Hedgepeth (JR), Braden Olney, Alexis Pettigrew, Tyler Pettigrew, and Colton Van Pelt; great grandchildren, Lexi, Jax, Kase, Hadley, Natalie, Blaine, Jonathon, Elianna, Caleb, and Paxton;  sisters, Shirley Hart of Salt Lake City, UT and Patricia Hogue (Walter) of Yazoo County; and  she was affectionately known as “Go Go”  to several nieces and nephews.

Online guestbook may be signed at www.chancellorfuneralhome.com.


          

Bellport Middle School's Thanksgiving Food Drive Sets New Record

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Bellport Middle School students completed the building's annual Thanksgiving Food Drive on Thursday, November 17th. The Middle School kicked off the collection with its second annual Harvest Festival on October 22nd. The students and staff collected food items to donate to the Lighthouse Mission Food Pantry over the duration of four weeks. The goal was to raise 3,000 food items. When this goal seemed out of reach, the community rallied to help the effort. Students organized a team to stand outside Cirillo's Market in Bellport Village to increase donations and that is exactly what they did. Members of the Student Council and Honor Society spearheaded the campaign and worked for six hours on Saturday, November 12th collecting food. Shortly after that, the Food Drive took off with food coming in from class after class. The success of this Thanksgiving Food Drive was supported by many of the staff members helping to cheerlead and coordinate the student's participation through contests and other incentives. Also aiding the cause was the Quicksilver and Bellport Breakaway Youth Soccer Teams. In the end, Bellport Middle School collected over 3,397 food items which will go directly to helping families in need throughout the South Country School District. Mr. Di Puma, the Bellport Middle School Student Council Advisor, was humbled by the collective efforts of the Bellport faculty, staff and students. He said that their continuous help and support is a reminder of what makes our community a very special place to learn, work and live and he wishes everyone a peaceful and Happy Thanksgiving! Pictured are: Floor: * Karli Monsell * Emily Zahralban * Emely Reich Row 1: * Angie Gomez * Kaylee Thatcher * Jack Armann * Madison Peters * Alex Deiters * Annie Mezzatesta Row 2: * Student Council Advisor, Salvatore Di Puma * Isabella Gascon * Cassidy Solina * Isabella Banellis * Mitch Mordente * Michaela Lyons * Principal, Dr. Jamal Colson
          

Bellport High School Class of 2016 Top Seniors

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Congratulations to the Class of 2016's top 15 seniors! Listed below are our top 15 students and where they're headed to college. 1-Erin Berja, Valedictorian- Tufts University 2- James Jankowski, Salutatorian - Rensselaer Polytech Institute 3- Isabel Ospina, Essayist, St. Joseph's College 4- Sarah Dunbar- Northeastern University 5- Elena Porcaro- University of Florida 6- Afra Seemab- Suffolk County Community College- Honors Program 7- Madison Edelstein- The University of Alabama 8- Laura Jenkins- Ithaca College 9- Rachel Milia- George Washington University 10- Natissa Scott- University of Michigan 11- Nia Tucker- University of Rochester 12- Cassandra O'Connor- University at Buffalo 13- Marisa Rupolo- SUNY New Paltz 14- Amanda Diolosa- St. Joseph's College 15-Olivia Joiles- Suffolk County Community College- Honors Program
          

BMS History Team Wins 1st Place

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The Bellport Middle School History team participated in the Suffolk County History League competition at Sayville Middle School on November 24. Student-historians Marlon Bouzi, Liam Murphy, Myriam Ibarra, Aidan Sawyer, Bryan Tapuy, Katherine Gaynor, Bobby DeSantis, Tyler Brock, Madison Jahelka, Zachary Pino, Christopher Lannon, and Andrew Nieves spent weeks researching and studying a wide array of topics. Their preparation paid off as they earned first place with 340 points! The team's goal is to continue its winning ways and bring the History League trophy to BMS in May. Way to go, team!
          

Bellport High School Latin Awards Ceremony

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A Latin Award Ceremony was held recently at the Bellport High School to celebrate all the accomplishments of Latin students. Forty-two students from all grades received awards for successfully
 participating in the National Latin Exam or for representing Bellport 
High School at the annual Latin Contest at Stony Brook University or for being a senior elected by classmates for leadership traits and 
inspiration in the study of classical language and culture (Nicole Powell, Talia Hughes, Gina Marie Falk and Cameron Colicchio). John Friia, President of the Suffolk Classical Society also presented to senior Katheryn Martinez a scholarship awarded annually to a student from Suffolk schools who excelled in the study of Latin. Sophomore Laura Jenkins was awarded the “Perfect Score” Certificate from the Mary Washington University for her perfect score on the National Latin Exam Latin students received 4 gold medals (Laura Jenkins, August Johnson, Erin Berja, Cheyenne Cirillo-Watt); 10 silver medals (Madison Edelstein, Ahmed Shata, James Jankowski, Noah Devaney, Isabel Ospina, Gina Marie Falk, Jennifer Jara, Brian Gilligan, Bryanna Ray, Katheryn Martinez); 13 Magna Cum Laude certificates (Jose Diplan, Julia Feist, Elena Porcaro,Isabella Iadicicco, Edwin Garzon, Carissa Erickson, Daniel Ofori, Courtney Schordine, Aimee Abaldonado, Emily Dis, James Mizvesky,Connor Cipp, Kristina Foley); 15 Cum Laude certificates (Taylor Gonzalez, Brian Foley, Stephanie Perrodin, Giavanna Tims,Ajay Persaud,Connor Mulcahy, Shawn Pizzo, Brandi Beere, Chloe Ludlow, Kimberly Chavez, Gabby Desposito, Gavyn Hagemann, Samatha Colombo, Jalen Riddick, Grace Beemer).
          

Is the Left Going After Thanksgiving Now Too?

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Public schools in Portland, Oregon, are teaching children that Thanksgiving is about genocide and racism. Mary Grabar reports, "Pity the poor child in Portland, Oregon, schools. While many still think of Thanksgiving as a time to come together with family and friends to celebrate our multicultural heritage over a festive meal, eighth-graders in the Antifa epicenter have the notion drummed into them that Thanksgiving really is a celebration of the genocide of the Indians by greedy capitalist Europeans."

We as Americans have a disheartening way of draining the meaning from holidays. Our culture has made Christmas and Easter totally secular. July 4 is all about booze and loud noises, and we can no longer tell the difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day.

For the offended "Woke" folk to go after the few trace amounts of thankfulness left in the Thanksgiving holiday, is truly evil.

As Grabar pointed out, what these children have had "drummed" into their heads is a lie. This is not enlightenment—it is darkness. As Jesus warned us, "See to it, then, that the light within you is not darkness" (Luke 11:35, NIV). This is especially egregious, because school is supposed to be about learning, not about lies. And teachers should care enough about children not to lie to them.

How and why should Christians defend Thanksgiving? That we cannot immediately answer how and why speaks to our present condition before God. And are we surprised that we can't answer them?

The steady diet of "feel good" sermons being preached in most churches have not equipped us to push back against the tide of wickedness. We were caught flat-footed when marriage was destroyed and the death culture of abortion took the land.

The concept of Thanksgiving is very biblical: The word thanksgiving occurs 29 times in the Bible, and the concept of giving thanks is found in 93 additional verses. Most of us know Psalm 100 by heart, especially verse 4: "Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Give thanks to Him, bless His name!" So, it is small wonder those who serve the powers of darkness and who have plans for evil hate the spirit of gratitude behind Thanksgiving.

There are epic reasons to defend Thanksgiving: The oxygen of freedom is gratitude. Any day that forces us to stop, take a deep breath and thank God, adds to our national lifespan. What the socialism-promoting teachers in Portland, Oregon, are doing is sowing seeds to bring about an early death for America.

If there are such things as "big fat lies," this one is morbidly obese. In fact, the origin of Thanksgiving is, in itself, the very rebuke all those teachers in Portland need. Far from genocide and greed, Thanksgiving came to us out of the purest motivation possible.

Cheryl Magness wrote, "Sarah Josepha Hale, the author of the children's song 'Mary Had a Little Lamb,' has historically received much of the credit for the establishment of Thanksgiving as a national holiday. Pilgrim Hall, a museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts, dedicated to preserving and passing down the history and stories of the Pilgrims, calls Hale the 'godmother of Thanksgiving.'"

Hale was an established poet and writer, when in 1837, she began writing a series of editorials advocating for a national Thanksgiving holiday. George Washington, John Adams and James Madison had issued Thanksgiving proclamations in the early years of the nation, but after Madison's 1799 proclamation, the practice had ceased.

As the Civil War approached and the nation became increasingly divided, Hale saw a national Thanksgiving observance as a means of bridging the divide. On Sept. 28, 1863, just under three months after the Battle of Gettysburg, she wrote a letter to President Abraham Lincoln entreating him to call for a national celebration of Thanksgiving. On Oct. 3 of that year, he did so.

Thanksgiving Should Bridge Divides and Cultivate Unity

A review of Hale's campaign to make Thanksgiving a national holiday is a good way to remember what Thanksgiving is about. In her writings, Hale emphasized our identity as Americans, our need for community and our dependence on God—the very things we too often forget in our own observances.

In 1860, Hale wrote:

Everything that contributes to bind us in one vast empire together, to quicken the sympathy that makes us feel, from the icy North to the sunny South, that we are one family, each a member of a great and free Nation, not merely the unit of a remote locality, is worthy of being cherished. We have sought to reawaken and increase this sympathy, believing that the fine filaments of the affections are stronger than laws to keep the Union of our States sacred in the hearts of our people... We believe our Thanksgiving Day, if fixed and perpetuated, will be a great and sanctifying promoter of this national spirit.

To make something beautiful into something ugly, to exalt the vile above the sublime, seems to be the stock in trade of the modern left, composed of American Communists bent on destroying this nation. They must not be allowed to get away with their lies ... especially not their lies to children.

I say it as much with a fervent prayer as a greeting: Happy Thanksgiving and God bless America! {eoa}

Permission has been granted by Mario Murillo to share this Thanksgiving article.


          

Alabama Shakespeare Festival Brings ALL IS CALM: THE CHRISTMAS TRUCE OF 1914 to the Stage

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Alabama Shakespeare Festival presents All Is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914 by Peter Rothstein, with vocal arrangements by Erick Lichte and Timothy C. Takach, on the Octagon Stage December 7 - 29, 2019. Directed by Melissa Rain Anderson, this dramatic retelling weaves together firsthand accounts of World War I soldiers with patriotic tunes, trench songs, and Christmas carols.

All Is Calm is a remarkable true story from the Western Front, Christmas, 1914. In a silence amid the combat, a soldier steps into no man's land singing "Silent Night." Thus begins an extraordinary night of camaraderie shared over trench songs and Christmas carols, told in the words of the men who lived it.

"This production is inspired by actual letters from frontline soldiers to their families back home, and the ensemble recreates the evening with a cappella songs and stories," said ASF Artistic Director Rick Dildine. "All Is Calm serves as a great reminder that the ties that bind are greater than those that keep us apart."

"It is an honor to tell this story at this time of year," said Anderson. "I am moved by the humanity of this piece of theatre and drawn to the idea that music can be a universal language. As 10 men lift their voices and engage in a kind of sacred alchemy with each other, I feel myself brimming with hope - hope that we can see each other as humans with so much more in common than not."

The ensemble features Jim Poulos, Andrew O'Shanick, Michael Williams, Eddie Egan, Danny Lindgren, Noah Plomgren, Luke Sidney Johnson, Landon Tate Boyle, James Anthony Hunsaker, and Jordan Ahnquist.

The All Is Calm creative team includes Musical Director Gregg Coffin, Dialect Coach Michael J Barnes, Scenic Designer Sean Fanning, Lighting Designer Lonnie Rafael Alcaraz, Sound Designer Lindsay Jones, Costume Designer Val Winkelman, Wig Master/Supervisor Angie Wright, Stage Manager Victoria Broyles, and Production Assistant Madison J. Rutledge.

All Is Calm is recommended for ages 13 and up. Tickets start at $29. To purchase, call 334.271.5353, visit the ASF Box Office (open Monday - Saturday, 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.), or go online: ASF.net/alliscalm. Evening performances begin at 7:00 p.m.; matinees start at 2:00 p.m.

On December 7 at 12:45 p.m., ASF will host a free community engagement event in the Patrons' Room. "A Fleeting Moment of Humanity: The Christmas Truce of 1914" will offer a thrilling look into the causes and consequences of the 1914 Christmas truce. The lecture is presented by Professor Ben Severance, AUM Chair of the Department of History and World Languages and Culture, and sponsored by Auburn University at Montgomery. For more information, visit ASF.net/community.

ASF also invites active and retired military personnel, veterans, and their families to join us on Thursday, December 12 for Military Appreciation Day. Discounted military tickets for both performances on December 12 can be purchased online or through the Box Office with code MILITARY.

[Pictured: Actors Andrew O'Shanick and Noah Plomgren. Photo courtesy of Alabama Shakespeare Festival.]

Alabama Shakespeare Festival is a not-for-profit organization under the direction of Artistic Director Rick Dildine and Executive Director Todd Schmidt. As a beloved Alabama arts institution, ASF broadens the cultural identity of the South by producing the classics, Shakespeare, contemporary plays, musicals, theatre for young audiences, and exciting new works. A leader in education and outreach, ASF serves more than 40,000 students annually with artistic programming. ASF is supported by grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.


          

56hr - University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Madison Mastubates

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Figured I'd share my traditional post-shooting orgasm with you. I can't help it that I get so worked up after a shoot! Who can blame me really?
          

Report of the Attorney General on the Use of Deadly Force by Somerset County Sheriff's Deputies on July 5, 2017 in Madison

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Equipa Portugal - Maria Martins segunda classificada no concurso olímpico de omnium

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Maria Martins continua a dar alegrias a Portugal na etapa de Hong Kong, China, da Taça do Mundo de Pista. Depois do terceiro lugar em scratch, ontem, a corredora da Equipa Portugal foi hoje a segunda classificada na disciplina olímpica de omnium, estando cada vez mais perto de qualificar Portugal para os Jogos Tóquio, em 2020.

 

A ribatejana chegou à decisiva corrida por pontos no comando da classificação geral, graças a um concurso de qualidade, materializado no terceiro lugar em scratch e no segundo na corrida tempo e em eliminação. Maria Martins conseguiu um ponto na corrida por pontos e terminou o concurso com 113 pontos, os mesmos da vencedora, a japonesa Yumi Kajihara. A terceira classificada foi a belga Jolien D’Hoore, com 106 pontos.

 

Este resultado deixa Portugal mais perto da qualificação para os Jogos Olímpicos de Tóquio no setor feminino de omnium e coloca Maria Martins no segundo posto da classificação geral da Taça do Mundo nesta importante disciplina olímpica.

 

A participação no setor masculino foi mais acidentada. Iuri Leitão e João Matias formaram equipa em Madison, outra disciplina em que Portugal tem ambições de qualificação para Tóquio. A queda de Iuri Leitão marcou a prestação nacional, com a dupla portuguesa a quedar-se pelo 15.º posto, com três pontos. Foi um resultado que atrasou a Equipa Portugal no ranking de apuramento olímpico.

 

Os alemães Roger Kluge e Thoe Reinhardt venceram, com 52 pontos, mais 14 do que os neozelandeses Tom Sexton e Campbell Stewart, e mais 19 do que os britânicos Mark Stewart e Fred Wright, que completaram o pódio.

 

João Matias competiu também na disciplina de scratch. Foi um dos corredores mais ativos durante a prova de 15 quilómetros. As movimentações em que se envolveu o barcelense não resultaram e o corredor português pagaria, no final, as despesas da ambição, cortando a meta como 22.º classificado. A medalha de ouro foi para o holandês Roy Eefting, que esteve acompanhado no pódio pelo grego Christos Volikakis, segundo, e pelo neozelandês Corbin Strong, terceiro.

 

 


          

Equipa Portugal - Pódio para Maria Martins em Hong Kong

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A portuguesa Maria Martins foi hoje a terceira classificada na corrida de scratch da etapa da Taça do Mundo de Pista, que decorre em Hong Kong, China, até amanhã. Iuri Leitão foi o décimo classificado no concurso olímpico de omnium.

 

 

Maria Martins começou o dia apurando-se para a final de scratch. Na corrida decisiva, 10 quilómetros resultantes de 40 voltas, a ribatejana foi a terceira classificada. A prova foi dominada pela norueguesa Anita Yvonne Stenberg, que conquistou a medalha de ouro por ser a única a dobrar o pelotão.

 

Na luta pelas restantes posições de pódio, Maria Martins foi apenas batida pela austríaca Verena Eberhardt, que ficou com a medalha de prata, deixando o bronze para a corredor portuguesa.

 

 

Iuri Leitão teve a importante tarefa de somar o maior número possível de pontos na disciplina olímpica de omnium, cumprindo o objetivo, pois o décimo lugar significa que Portugal ganhou posições à esmagadora maioria dos países concorrentes pelas vagas de omnium em Tóquio 2020.

 

O vianense iniciou o concurso com o décimo posto em scratch, sendo 13.º na corrida tempo e 12.º na eliminação. Os 18 pontos somados na corrida por pontos permitiram-lhe terminar a competição com 86, no décimo posto. O neozelandês Campbell Stewart impôs-se, com 142 pontos, seguido pelo alemão Roger Kluge, com 133, e pelo suíço Thery Schir, com 125.

 

Amanhã João Matias irá entrar em ação no apuramento de scratch, às 6h15 e, qualificando-se, corre a final às 11h30. Maria Martins irá defender as cores nacionais na disciplina olímpica de omnium. O concurso começa às 8h00, estendendo-se até cerca das 11h00. Iuri Leitão e João Matias irão fazer dupla em madison, às 9h00.

 

 


          

The Takeaway From the Impeachment Hearings: Our Constitution Has Failed

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When the House Intelligence Committee began holding hearings as part of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump, some media coverage suggested the proceedings lacked enough “pizzazz … to capture public attention.” It turned out that hearings produced more than their share of bombshells—from EU ambassador and Trump megadonor Gordon Sondland’s admission that there was a “quid pro quo,” to State Department official David Holmes’s testimony about  overhearing a phone call in which Sondland assured Trump that Ukraine would move ahead with the investigations Trump had requested, to former National Security Council official Fiona Hill’s conclusion that Sondland was carrying out a “domestic political errand” for the president that diverged from the U.S. national interest. When the Committee concluded its hearings, the evidence was damning and largely uncontested: Trump appeared to have been part of a scheme to extort a foreign country into sabotaging the US presidential election to his benefit.

Yet, even with the evidence on public display, it remains next to impossible to imagine Republicans taking meaningful action. Even Republicans seen as most likely to break from their party are signaling support for Trump. Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas), a member of the Intelligence Committee who is retiring from Congress and has at times criticized the president, said that, while the president’s actions had been “inappropriate, misguided foreign policy,” he did not see evidence of an impeachable offense. Hurd’s statement can reasonably be seen as an indication that few (if any) Republicans in Congress will vote to impeach or remove the president from office.

Some observers describe what we are seeing as a crisis. In fact, what we are living through is constitutional failure. The system created by the framers is not doing the job it was designed to do, particularly in the current circumstances: We are faced with a corrupt president who rejects the very idea of legal limits on his power.

Our constitutional democracy is based on free and fair elections, individual rights, independent courts, and the rule of law—the idea that no one is above the law. Trump rejects all of these bedrock principles. He has tried to undermine free and fair elections (most recently demonstrated in the Ukraine scandal.) He threatens his critics with prosecution and lawsuits, disdaining the notion of First Amendment speech and press protections. He seeks to delegitimize judges who rule against his policies. He rejects the idea that ordinary rules and laws apply to him and his allies, declaring (erroneously) that under Article II of the Constitution, “I have the right to do whatever I want as president.”

Trump poses an existential threat to our system of government—and yet he remains in office. In a functioning system, Republicans would have already joined Democrats in taking action to remove Trump from office—just as Republicans stood against Nixon in 1974. In our failed system we are reduced to waiting to see how far Trump will go before congressional Republicans will act—if they ever do.

Every system needs a way to protect itself, and our constitutional system provides (in theory) all the tools needed to deal with the direct threat Trump poses. Congress is fully empowered to remove a corrupt president from office. But congressional Republicans, by refusing to act, render those tools useless. 

James Madison believed that the constitutional system would prevent the accumulation of too much power in any one branch of government. If one branch exceeded the limits of its power, it would be reined in by the others. In order for this to work, Madison famously wrote, “Ambition must be made to counteract ambition.” In other words, if the president engaged in a power grab, members of Congress would use constitutionally available tools to check him or her —not out of moral rectitude but because legislators would be worried about ceding their own power to an ambitious president.

The system is failing because Republicans are placing partisan concerns—their own loyalty to Trump or fear of the political costs of defying him—ahead of their constitutional responsibilities. The system Madison helped design cannot function properly under these circumstances.

It is important to forthrightly describe the reality of constitutional failure for two reasons. 

First, it emphasizes the emergency we face. If he does not face consequences, Trump will feel emboldened to do precisely as he chooses, without regard to ethical or legal limits. We’re seeing this, for instance, with Trump’s moves to undermine the rule of law within the U.S. military by pardoning the Navy SEAL convicted of taking a “selfie” with the corpse of a teenage boy who fought for ISIS.

We can’t count on his removal from office by election as a foolproof safeguard, especially when Trump’s misconduct in the Ukraine scandal was focused squarely on an illicit attempt to tilt the electoral scales in his favor.

Second, describing what has occurred as failure points out that we need a new constitution, one that will be designed to strengthen our democracy against future existential threats. No system is guaranteed to succeed, but a failed one demands replacement. 

Today’s Republican Party is an anti-democratic, authoritarian party that seeks to gain—and has gained—power without winning a majority of votes. To this end, it pushes voter suppression measures and takes advantage of structural defects in our system. Gerrymandered districts can allow the GOP to win a minority of the votes and still control the House. The Electoral College gave Trump the presidency 2016, even though he lost the popular vote—a feat he stands a realistic chance of repeating in 2020. And though deeply unpopular, he enjoys majority support in a Senate that does not reflect political preferences of the majority of Americans, but instead allows a  minority in sparsely populated states to wield power. 

Making the electoral system more majoritarian could force the Republican Party to abandon its anti-democratic approach if it wishes to win. There is no guaranteed way to prevent would-be authoritarians from gaining power. After all, a very popular authoritarian could easily win the popular vote. But clearly, the authoritarianism of our current president is not popular with Americans: Trump’s approval ratings are consistently in the low 40s. Constitutional change would strengthen liberal democracy against an authoritarian party. It is worth trying.

With this goal in mind, a new constitution could address some of the anti-democratic features of our current system, including:

  • ending the Electoral College.

  • reforming or replacing a Senate that gives the 435,000 voting-age people in Wyoming as many votes as the 17,524,000 in Texas.

  • eliminating partisan gerrymandering.

  • protecting the right to vote against voter suppression efforts.

  • dealing with the corrupting influence of our current campaign finance system.

A new constitution could also be aimed at shoring up the rule of law, including by protecting the independence of the Department of Justice and replacing the current impeachment process with something capable of actually holding a lawless president to account. One idea to explore would be expressly giving the DOJ independent prosecutorial authority over the president. Another would be providing a process for triggering new presidential elections—say, based on a three-fifths vote in the House and Senate. 

Obviously, these kinds of changes are not politically plausible at the moment, but they need to be on our agenda—unless we are willing to risk another attack on the system from a future president. We need to begin talking about how to create the conditions needed for a new constitution, one giving us better odds of warding off the next authoritarian threat—assuming we survive the one posed by Trump.


          

Administrative Assistant (Exhibits Department) | International Dairy Deli Bakery Association (IDDBA)

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Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) - Up to $20K Sign on and/ or relocation available till 12/ 31/ 2019 | Banfield Pet Hospital

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Madison, Tennessee,   Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Banfield aspires to be a practice where as a team, we make a positive impact on pet health care in hospitals, communities, and the field of veterinary medicine.
          

Thoracic Surgeon Physician Job job in Madison Wisconsin (WI) - #ThoracicSurgeon #PhysicianJobs #Physician #DoctorJobs #MDJobSite

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VISTA Search is actively recruiting a BE BC General Thoracic Surgeon in small city in South Central Wisconsin. Highlights for this opportunity include br br -Join an expanding Cardiovascular Surgery team consisting of cardiovascular surgeons and advanced practitioners br -Ideal candidate will have s
          

Server

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MI-Madison Heights, Job Purpose: Serves patrons by providing information to help food and beverage selections; presenting ordered choices; maintaining dining ambiance. Duties: * Prepares room for dining by clothing tables and setting decorations, condiments, bowls, and utensils. * Protects establishment and patrons by adhering to sanitation, safety, and alcohol beverage control policies. * Helps patrons select food a
          

Account Manager, OEM | Rockwell Automation

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Appleton, Wisconsin, For the right candidate, position can be worked in Milwaukee, Appleton, Madison WI, or Rockford, IL The OEM Account Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of sale
          

Hygienist I - North American Dental Group - Madison, OH

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“Open Up” to A Whole New Dental Experience. Imagine working in a place which delivers best in class patient care and focuses on putting every patient first,…
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Dental Assistant I - North American Dental Group - Madison, OH

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Provides excellent chair-side clinical support and assistance to Doctors and Hygienists which includes, but not limited to, charting and operatory set-up and…
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SuperM Stuns at Madison Square Garden; Concludes First Leg of U.S. Tour

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The energy at SuperM’s We Are the Future tour stop in New York City was palpable from the second you entered Madison Square Garden. From the many electronic marquee signs displaying the sold-out event to the fans singing “Jopping” and other songs from the EP while they waited, the group’s popularity was glaringly obvious.  Looking […]
          

Su pista Italia fa rima con medaglia

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Nella seconda giornata di Coppa del Mondo a Hong Kong la spedizione azzurra sale sul podio nella madison femminile Anche nella tappa di Hong Kong della Coppa del Mondo su Pista 2019-2020, l’undicesima tappa consecutiva spalmate tra tre stagioni diverse, arriva almeno una medaglia per l’Italia: se ieri i quartetti dell’Inseguimento a Squadre erano rimasti […]

L'articolo Su pista Italia fa rima con medaglia proviene da Cicloweb.


          

Bronzo per Guazzini-Consonni nella Madison ad Hong Kong

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Prima medaglia azzurra nella terza prova di Coppa del Mondo su Pista ad Hong Kong: a regalarcela è il giovane duetto della Madison Femminile Chiara Consonni – Vittoria Guazzini, che si impegna a pieno nella prova dominata sin dalla partenza dalla coppia della Danimarca Julie Leth – Trine Schimdt con 31 punti ed interrotta a […]

L'articolo Bronzo per Guazzini-Consonni nella Madison ad Hong Kong proviene da Cicloweb.


          

NRJ HOT 30 от 23 Ноября 2019

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Ставьте 5* и оставляйте ваши комментарии в приложении Podcasts (подкасты) в Itunes! Спасибо, за поддержку! -------------------- ХИТ ПАРАД NRJ HOT 30 КАЖДУЮ СУББОТУ с 12:00 - 13:00 (МСК) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 30 SENCAN, Ilkay & DYNORO - Rockstar 29 SLIDER & MAGNIT - Morze 28 RASSTER - Sad 27 C-BOOL & SKYTECH & PHAM, Giang - La La Love 26 LITTLE BIG - Go Bananas 25 LIPA, Dua - Don't Start Now 24 ROMPASSO - Paradise 23 FERRARI, Mari & M.Z.I & S-ELM & VIANNE - Drop Dead 22 MALONE, Post - Circles 21 JAOVA - So Far Away 20 RUDENKO, Leonid & ARITMIYA - Rain & Sun 19 TIESTO & MABEL - God Is A Dancer 18 ARIA - Bleu Chanel (NA-NO rmx) 17 C-BOOL - Catch You 16 YOUNG T & BUGSY - Strike Me A Pose 15 DURMUS, Serhat & ZERRIN - Hislerim 14 ROMPASSO - Kamikaze 13 DRENCHILL & INDIIANA - Never Never 12 MERDY - Speaker 11 MADISON MARS & LITTLE LEAGUE - New Vibe Who Dis 10 MENDES, Shawn & CABELLO, Camila – Senorita 9 BLACK EYED PEAS, The & J BALVIN - Ritmo (Bad Boys For Life) 8 MEDUZA & HILL, Becky & GOODBOYS - Lose Control 7 DJ REGARD - Ride It 6 LETOUBLON, Pascal - Friendships 5 MOHOMBI - Hello 4 SAINT JOHN - Roses (Imanbek rmx) 3 AUDIOSOULZ - Dancefloor 2 FILV & EDMOFO - Clandestina 1 TONES AND I - Dance Monkey
          

NRJ HOT 30 от 16 Ноября 2019

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Ставьте 5* и оставляйте ваши комментарии в приложении Podcasts (подкасты) в Itunes! Спасибо, за поддержку! -------------------- ХИТ ПАРАД NRJ HOT 30 КАЖДУЮ СУББОТУ с 12:00 - 13:00 (МСК) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 30 DADDY YANKEE & SNOW & PERRY, Katy - Con Calma 29 ROMPASSO - Paradise 28 SLIDER & MAGNIT - Morze 27 MALONE, Post - Circles 26 KUSH KUSH - I'm Blue 25 C-BOOL & SKYTECH & PHAM, Giang - La La Love 24 SHEERAN, Ed & CABELLO, Camila & CARDI B - South of the Border (Cheat Codes rmx) 23 JAOVA - So Far Away 22 BLACK EYED PEAS, The & J BALVIN - Ritmo (Bad Boys For Life) 21 ROMPASSO - Kamikaze 20 DRENCHILL & INDIIANA - Never Never 19 GAMPER & DADONI & ROBERTS, Emily - Bittersweet Symphony 18 ARIA - Bleu Chanel (NA-NO rmx) 17 C-BOOL - Catch You 16 KOMODO - I Just Died In Your Arms 15 YOUNG T & BUGSY - Strike Me A Pose 14 SENCAN, Ilkay & DYNORO - Rockstar 13 MADISON MARS & LITTLE LEAGUE - New Vibe Who Dis 12 DURMUS, Serhat & ZERRIN - Hislerim 11 MERDY - Speaker 10 TIESTO & MABEL - God Is A Dancer 9 MOHOMBI - Hello 8 MENDES, Shawn & CABELLO, Camila – Senorita 7 MEDUZA & HILL, Becky & GOODBOYS - Lose Control 6 DJ REGARD - Ride It 5 LETOUBLON, Pascal - Friendships 4 SAINT JOHN - Roses (Imanbek rmx) 3 AUDIOSOULZ - Dancefloor 2 FILV & EDMOFO - Clandestina 1 TONES AND I - Dance Monkey
          

NRJ HOT 30 от 8 Ноября 2019

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Ставьте 5* и оставляйте ваши комментарии в приложении Podcasts (подкасты) в Itunes! Спасибо, за поддержку! -------------------- 30 DADDY YANKEE & SNOW & PERRY, Katy - Con Calma 29 SLIDER & MAGNIT - Morze 28 ARIA - Bleu Chanel (NA-NO rmx) 27 KUSH KUSH - I'm Blue 26 SHEERAN, Ed & CABELLO, Camila & CARDI B - South of the Border (Cheat Codes rmx) 25 ROMPASSO - Kamikaze 24 MAHMOOD & EBRATT, Lalo - Barrio 23 BLACK EYED PEAS, The & J BALVIN - Ritmo (Bad Boys For Life) 22 ROMPASSO - Paradise 21 YOUNG T & BUGSY - Strike Me A Pose 20 DRENCHILL & INDIIANA - Never Never 19 MEDUZA & HILL, Becky & GOODBOYS - Lose Control 18 C-BOOL & SKYTECH & PHAM, Giang - La La Love 17 C-BOOL - Catch You 16 KOMODO - I Just Died In Your Arms 15 GAMPER & DADONI & ROBERTS, Emily - Bittersweet Symphony 14 DURMUS, Serhat & ZERRIN - Hislerim 13 SENCAN, Ilkay & DYNORO - Rockstar 12 MADISON MARS & LITTLE LEAGUE - New Vibe Who Dis 11 MERDY - Speaker 10 TIESTO & MABEL - God Is A Dancer 9 MOHOMBI - Hello 8 MENDES, Shawn & CABELLO, Camila – Senorita 7 AUDIOIKO - Disfruto 6 DJ REGARD - Ride It 5 AUDIOSOULZ - Dancefloor 4 FILV & EDMOFO - Clandestina 3 SAINT JOHN - Roses (Imanbek rmx) 2 LETOUBLON, Pascal - Friendships 1 TONES AND I - Dance Monkey
          

NRJ HOT 30 от 1 ноября 2019

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Ставьте 5* и оставляйте ваши комментарии в приложении Podcasts (подкасты) в Itunes! Спасибо, за поддержку! -------------------- 30 SUB URBAN – Cradles 29 PARAH DICE - Hot 28 EILISH, Billie - Bad Guy 27 MEDUZA & HILL, Becky & GOODBOYS - Lose Contro 26 SHEERAN, Ed & CABELLO, Camila & CARDI B - South of the Border (Cheat Codes rmx) 25 SLIDER & MAGNIT - Morze 24 MAHMOOD & EBRATT, Lalo - Barrio 23 LITTLE BIG & TATARKA & CLEAN BANDIT - Arriba 22 ROMPASSO - Paradise 21 DADDY YANKEE & SNOW & PERRY, Katy - Con Calma 20 KUSH KUSH - I'm Blue 19 DRENCHILL & INDIIANA - Never Never 18 C-BOOL & SKYTECH & PHAM, Giang - La La Love 17 MADISON MARS & LITTLE LEAGUE - New Vibe Who Dis 16 AUDIOIKO - Disfruto 15 C-BOOL - Catch You 14 KOMODO - I Just Died In Your Arms 13 MENDES, Shawn & CABELLO, Camila – Senorita 12 DURMUS, Serhat & ZERRIN - Hislerim 11 SENCAN, Ilkay & DYNORO - Rockstar 10 MERDY - Speaker 9 TIESTO & MABEL - God Is A Dancer 8 MOHOMBI - Hello 7 GAMPER & DADONI & ROBERTS, Emily - Bittersweet Symphony 6 LETOUBLON, Pascal - Friendships 5 DJ REGARD - Ride It 4 AUDIOSOULZ - Dancefloor 3 FILV & EDMOFO - Clandestina 2 SAINT JOHN - Roses (Imanbek rmx) 1 TONES AND I - Dance Monkey
          

Comment on What Are BBS Authors Up To? Kelly Starling Lyons by Madison

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Hi, I'm a college student studying to be a early childhood teacher, and its sad to say that growing up there wasn't many books that were diverse for me to read. I was only aware of these types of books for the youth to read in my program,as many schools are becoming more diverse and are aiming to represent every type of student. Our school is very diverse and want there students to become more culturally diverse and aware as well. That's why I also agree that students in k-12 should be made aware as these topics are becoming more present in younger children, and having something to read that can touch every basis and everyone no matter what, will make students more comfortable and feel like they have something/ someone to relate too.
          

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Legal bills for taxpayers hit $2.3 million in court fight over Wisconsin's lame-duck laws

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Taxpayers are being hit with the expenses because of the epic courtroom battle over the laws Republicans passed after Tony Evers and Josh Kaul were elected but before they were sworn in.
      

          

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Battery Route Sales Rep - Factory Motor Parts - Madison, WI

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Popular battery brands such as FVP, ACDelco, Motorcraft, and Trojan. Factory Motor Parts is so much more than an auto parts distributor! Be 21 years or older.
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OVFC responds to two working fires in two days

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In less than two days OVFC volunteers have been out on two working house fires.

The first fire, located north of Town, was mutual aid to Culpeper. Engine and Tanker 23 (10 total volunteers) assisted with the fire located in a 1 story home in the 7000 block of James Madison Highway. Personnel included multiple Culpeper companies and Madison County.

The second occurred last night off Scuffletown Road in Somerset. Tanker 23 alongside Medic 25 arrived first and initiated an aggressive attack on a 2 story detached garage with close exposure to a large two story home. Barboursville Tanker 25 and Wagon 25 and OVFC Truck 23 arrived minutes later and established water supply and began opening up the second floor of the garage to prevent vertical extension. Crews knocked down the fire and worked to prevent extension into the residence through a small open breezeway between the home and garage. Crews spent an extended amount of time on scene working through debris and extinguishing hot spots in the balloon framed building.

A total of 12 OVFC volunteers worked on scene for more than 4 hours.

Additional assistance was provided by Gordonsville Volunteer Fire Company, Ruckersville Volunteer Fire Company and Madison Volunteer Fire Company.



          

Celtics get it done in the fourth, hold off Knicks 113-104

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The Celtics didn't travel far for this one -- just over the Manhattan Bridge from Barclays Center to Madison Square Garden -- to take on the 4-15 New York Knicks. Similar to their last matchup, the Knicks gave the Celts a battle through the whole game until Boston managed to pull away late to capture a 113-104 win.

The young duo of Jayson Tatum (30pts, 7ast, 6reb) and Jaylen Brown (28pts, 5reb) were fantastic in this one, combining for over half of Boston's points and making huge plays when they needed them to.

1Q

The game opened with both squads sleepwalking out of the gate. There were five turnovers in the first five minutes, leading to plenty of fast-break opportunities, like this Kemba Walker layup off the Tatum steal:



Julius Randle (8pts) and Tatum (10pts) were taking advantage the most, leading their teams to a few early buckets. Walker, Tatum, and Brown combined for Boston's first 16 points before Enes Kanter got on the board at the 5:30 mark. In fact, the aforementioned trio combined for 23 of the Celtics' 31 points in the quarter, while Kanter and Brad Wanamaker were the only other Celtics contributing on the scoreboard.

The Knicks stuck to their game plan against the under-sized Celtics, taking it to the paint and rarely settling for three-pointers. Although this was leading to a 60% field goal percentage (15% higher than the Celtics), Boston took four more shots that ultimately gave them a slim advantage by the end of the quarter.

BOS 31, NYK 30

Q2

Boston's supporting cast finally came to life in the second frame with four different bench players getting into the mix. However, so did the Knicks and their long list of big forwards. Between Randle, RJ Barrett, Bobby Portis, and Taj Gibson, New York managed to match the second-unit production of the Celtics to keep it a tight contest halfway through the quarter.

One of the supporting cast members was no other than everyone's favorite timelord Rob Williams, who blocked a pair of shots and threw down a monster dunk:





The second half of the frame was dominated by Tatum and Brown. They scored or assisted on every one of Boston's baskets after the 7:00 mark in the quarter, and scored 13 of the team's last 15 points. The young duo knocked down outside shots, hit tough faders, and got to the hoop for crafty finishes in the paint.

While the offense was sharp, the Celtics defense lacked the size to properly contain New York. The Knicks continued to penetrate and getting to their shooting hand at will, leading to a 52% field goal percentage and matching Boston's 58 points.

Halftime: BOS 58, NYK 58

Q3

Things went south in a hurry during the second half. The opening four minutes saw the Knicks go on a 14-5 run and the ever-important Marcus Smart exit the game after suffering a blow to the abdomen.

Already down by nine points, the departure of Smart only made it more challenging to contain the larger bodies on the Knicks roster - especially since it was the 6'0" Carsen Edwards who replaced him. Luckily, the Celts strapped down a bit defensively. A Kanter block and Brown steal sparked a mini 7-0 run for the green team, instantly cutting the deficit back to two.

While the Knicks continued to exploit Edwards on offense and have their way in the paint, Enes Kanter was keeping Boston in striking distance with his strong offensive rebounding and finishing ability at the rim. The big man put up seven points and four offensive rebounds in a matter of seven minutes off the bench.

New York's 40 points in the paint led them to a four-point lead entering the final frame of the evening.

BOS 81, NYK 85

Q4

Boston started to figure out their interior defense by the fourth quarter, swarming Knicks bigs in the paint with double or triple teams. Still, New York was drawing fouls and getting to the free-throw line for easy points, preserving their slim lead for the time being.

Tatam, building onto his impressive night, kept his hot hand. The 21-year-old refused to let the Knicks pull away, hitting big shot after big shot until his Celtics were within one yet again:



The Celtics recaptured the lead with six minutes remaining after a JB steal and layup in transition - it was their first time leading since the first half:



From there, the Celtics looked like their normal selves. They put up a 12-0 run, capped off by back-to-back threes by Walker and Tatum, to open their largest lead of the night. Once again, it was too much Tatum and Brown for the Knicks to handle. Similar to the end of the first half, the duo scored or assisted on 15 straight points for Boston. Not only did Tatum finish the game with 30 points, but he dished out a career-best seven assists.

Final: BOS 113, NYK 104


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Recap: Celtics fall 112-107 to Dinwiddie and the shooting Nets

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Spencer Dinwiddie and the Brooklyn Nets use hot shooting coupled with big men to down the Boston Celtics 112-107 in a noontime matchup.

Less than two days after a Kyrie-less Brooklyn Nets came into town, the two Eastern Conference teams switched courts for a post-Thanksgiving matinee matchup. Despite the Celtics coming out on top behind Kemba’s return, the first defense from the Celtics was marred by an inability to stop the deep ball. After giving up a season-high 21 threes to the shooters in black and white, Brooklyn came out of the gates today with exactly what Brad Stevens had feared: a quick start on the offensive end, scoring most of their first quarter points from three or the paint.

On the Brooklyn side, while Kyrie Irving was still out with a shoulder injury and an Instagram hangover, all-star DeAndre Jordan was available off the bench, giving the Celtics a little more to think about on the boards and in the paint. He finished the game with 23 solid minutes. Irving was also present and available off the bench to clap for a still-strong Nets lineup and his fans were available to make the highlight reel in their own way.

The Celtics used a couple of big runs to do what they have been known for this season: staying in the game with clutch shots. They were led by NBA Skills Challenge champion Jayson Tatum, who led all scorers with 18 points in the first half. The Celtics also found themselves impact play off the bench with ten men in green scoring points in the first half. The clutch play led the Celtics into the locker room at halftime surprisingly down by only 3 points, despite Brooklyn shooting 11/25 (44%) from 3, out-rebounding the Celtics 26-21, and scoring off 18 assists, as opposed to the Celtics' 10.

The third quarter was tattooed by another Skills Challenge champion, Spencer Dinwiddie, who had no issues shooting the ball from deep and propelling the Nets to a double-digit advantage. Dinwiddie had a 27-point/10-assist performance before the end of the third quarter. However, the Celtics, yet again, responded with a run, led by fastbreaks and strong offensive performances from Brad Wanamaker and Robert Williams III. Chipping away at a deficit has been no stranger to the deep 2019 Celtics; they entered the final quarter down 6.

The fourth quarter saw a big-time entrance from “Brick Wall Semi” but Brooklyn seemingly never ran out of a response, either in the form of possession-saving wild shots or transition threes. Marcus Smart, Kemba Walker, and Jayson Tatum did all they could to stay in the fight with hustle and have a chance till the final seconds, but the Nets just proved to be too much and capped off the first NBA game of the day with an emphatic Jarrett Allen dunk to close out the affair.



The Celtics drop to 8-2 against Eastern Conference opponents and will need the Toronto Raptors to lose tonight against the Orlando Magic to hold second place in the East. The Celtics make the short drive to Madison Square Garden for another day-time game, this time on Sunday against the conference-worst New York Knicks, where they look to regain momentum before heading back home.

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TEENS INJURED IN BLUE EARTH COUNTY ACCIDENT

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Two teenagers were injured in an accident near Madison Lake on Thursday night. The Minnesota State Patrol reports that a Camry driven by 69-year-old Michael Meaden of Apple Valley was eastbound on Highway 60. A Hyundai Santa Fe driven by a 16-year-old female was entering the highway to go west and collided with the Camry. […]
          

We've Got A New Gratitude!

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On this episode, we talk about dealing with family issues; recap The Masked Singer; & share what we are most grateful for.

In this week's "Keto Korner," we share Robert's Keto Cauliflower Mac & Cheese Recipe, which you can find on our YouTube channel.

In "I'm So Excited," we talk about the latest episode of Monet X. Change's "The X Change Rate," with TS Madison & Pissi Myles, & celebrate Lizzo's 8 Grammy nominations!

In a very special "Pettiness," Robert highlights "Tiny Hand," a font created by Mark Davis based on Donald Trump's handwriting.


          

Electrical Engineer - Power Distribution - Green Bay, Madison, Chicago, Minneapolis

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MN-Minneapolis, Job Details - We're seeking an electrical engineer with experience designing power distribution systems within industrial manufacturing facilities (Food & Beverage, Consumer Products, Pharmaceutical, Water/Wastewater, etc). While this role doesn't immediately require any team leadership experience, this person will likely become the group/team leader within 2 to 4 years. Description Responsibiliti
          

The launch celebration of A Bittersweet Tale, a New Novel by Highlands Author, Laury A. Egan

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ahac egan bittersweet taleAtlantic Highlands Arts Council presents: The launch celebration of A Bittersweet Tale, a new novel by Highlands author, Laury A. Egan

Saturday, December 7, 7:00 PM

Please join the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council for a launch party, reading, and book signing of author Laury A. Egan’s A Bittersweet Tale. A psychological suspense novel with a touch of dark romance, Bittersweet has been called "a twisted version of the Bridges of Madison County."

This free event will be taking place at the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council, 54 First Avenue, Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716, and will feature light refreshments.

In addition to the reading, the author will answer questions and sign paperback copies of her book ($17). For more information, please call: 732-291-1260, or visit www.AHARTS.org.


          

Online cheese sales expected to surpass $500 million in 2020

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Online cheese sales are experiencing major growth, according to Madison, Wis.-based Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin.


          

Preschool Teacher Aide

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The Teacher Aide is responsible for assisting and partnering with the Teacher in developing and implementing a program of activities that promotes the social, emotional, cognitive and physical development of each child enrolled in a group in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards, Wisconsin Child Care Licensing, City of Madison Accreditation and Wisconsin YoungStar standards. The duties and responsibilities will be carried out under the direction of the Classroom Teacher.


          

4K DPI Lead Teacher-Incentive Pay $1,500

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The 4 Year Old Kindergarten (4K) Teacher provides a safe and nurturing environment for children that encourage their social, emotional, physical and cognitive development. The Teacher plans and implements a developmentally appropriate curriculum for enrolled children living in low-income, at-risk environments. They ensure the provision of quality, comprehensive child development services including education, health, nutrition, parent involvement, and necessary family support services and referrals. The 4K Teacher will follow Head Start performance standards, Reach Dane work plans, policies and procedures, city of Madison and NAEYC accreditation criteria (if applicable). They also maintain positive relationships with parents, children and coworkers and community partners as well as provide supervision and performance feedback for reporting staff.


          

Family Childcare Consultant - Bilingual Spanish Required

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The Family Childcare Consultant will conduct home visits once a quarter or more often if needed to monitor provider compliance with Madison Accreditation Standards, accredit / re-accredit providers once a year, as well as offer technical assistance, support, program recommendations, and training recommendations as needed to help providers improve the quality of care and meet Madison Accreditation Standards. 


          

Help Wanted - Metcalfe's Market - Madison, WI

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Cento: reminding you of one of best Italian spots in Madison

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This past Friday, I lost my WisCard, and it was impossible to get another one until Monday. That meant this weekend I couldn’t use my meal plan and had to exclusively spend my own money on food. It hurt. Saturday, I had a burrito for brunch and sleep for dinner. Sunday, I had a bowl of oatmeal, which I ate cold because I forgot I made it, then later in the day I had a sandwich. By dinnertime Sunday, I was craving a cooked meal. The only place suitable was Cento. Cento is not just an Italian place in Madison — it’s the Italian place in Madison. A stone’s throw from the Capitol, it does an excel...

          

Bethel Bible Series Program Launched at St. Luke's. c. 1969-71

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In July-August, 1969, Rev. John Kucharik and congregation chairman, Andrew Duda, Jr. attended the Bethel Bible Series seminar in Madison, WI. Both returned with glowing reports and a zeal for implementing this adult Bible training at St. Luke's. As Pastor Kucharik stated in a letter to the congregation the next month: "Our first need is to find 5 men and 5 women who will be willing to undergo an intensive, disciplined teacher training program over the next two years." The requirements he then listed were admittedly "rigid and daunting." Yet a number of faithful St. Luke's members rose to the challenge and submitted to the rigorous and time-consuming training. By January, 1970, training classes for these first candidates were underway each week. The chancel photo here is undated and may have been taken in October, 1971, when the following teachers completed their two-year training (left to right): Anna Mikler Duda, Gertrude Lukas, Pastor John Kucharik, Jennie Stanko Cotton, Andrew Duda, Jr., Virginia Balkcom Mikler, Jon Davis, Dick Sawyer. Sixty members of the congregation were enrolled in classes that same month, with a similar amount enrolled for spring classes the following year. The Bethel Bible Series classes continue to educate and inspire St. Luke's members more than thirty years after the launching of the program.


          

Comment on How the Manufacturing and Agriculture Credit Saved Wisconsin Manufacturing by Samuel

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Dear Mr. Herzog and Rosser, As a Madisonian, can I also point out that a local hero is Hans Heg, an immigrant who found slavery abhorrent and died in the Civil War. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Christian_Heg Madison was initially called "The City of Four Lakes" (a name I like and use) and was renamed in 1836 after Madison who had died on June 28, 1836. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madison,_Wisconsin
          

New 2020 Online Collage Workshop

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START 2020 WITH A NEW ONLINE CREATIVE COLLAGE WORKSHOP

Start the new year off with a new online collage workshop hosted by artist and author Randel Plowman. Whether it's gaining a new skill level or technique, challenging yourself artistically or simply seeing what dedication and commitment can produce, this workshop is for you. This 52 week long workshop is a personal journey that can offer an opportunity for self-discovery and personal growth. During this online collage workshop participants will be challenged to create a series of collages every week for the next 52 weeks. 
During this year-long online collage workshop participants can work at their own pacewhile sharing their work with others in the group, as we move along from project to project. Those taking the course will be presented with a weekly theme or technique to enhance artistic skills and help with overall technique and design skills. Personal weekly feedback on each week's work will be given.

Some things featured in this workshop
  • weekly prompts and exercises
  • downloadable video demos and projects
  • ability to share your work with others in the group
  • weekly feedback on each project
  •  online group exhibit based on a title or theme
  • group collage exchange
  • online classroom
  • demos

Some projects featured include: Week 5: Exploring Color Relationships, Week 16: Kurt Schwitters Style Collage, Week 18: Creating A Montage Using Dry Glue Technique, Week 21: Art of DécollageWeek 38: Tarot Card Collage, Week 47: Picture Consequence Exchange and more.  

This new year long online workshop starts Saturday, JANUARY  18, 2020 and will continue through January 25, 2021The workshop is only $180. A basic material list will be provided after signing up.

Space is limited for this workshop, so sign up early.   

Randel Plowman received his M.F.A. in printmaking from University of Wisconsin-Madison and his B.F.A. from Northern Kentucky University. He has exhibited in solo and juried exhibitions throughout the United States; in addition, his work appears in many public and private collections in North America and abroad, his work has been cited in numerous publications, including The New York Times and USA Today; been featured in The Paris Review, How Designmagazine, Artist Magazine and Somerset Studio. He is the author of two books, Masters: Collage, and The Collage Workbook: How To Get Started And Stay Inspired
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Todd Slater Primus New York Poster Release

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Todd Slater has a new poster for the concert in New York at the beginning of the month.

Poster is 24 x 18 inches printed with 5 screens. Edition numbered to 1-200 (artist copies are AP S/N 1-50). Original show date was November 9, 2019 at Madison Square Garden, NYC.

Get some piggies at www.toddslater.net
          

As The World Turns, by Sankar Chatterjee

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After a day’s long work in the Wall Street, Ms. Nancy Gibbs, a young and energetic New Yorker returned to her sixth floor apartment on the Madison Avenue. On her way back, Nancy stopped at the corner grocery store, now putting down those grocery bags on the kitchen counter. Before beginning to prepare her evening meal, she then turned on the TV that sat in her living room. Through an opening on the wall between two rooms, Nancy began to watch the world news. Soon, she succumbed to a pain o [...]
          

Happy Thanksgiving from GRNS

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The latest Marquette Law School poll, conducted Nov. 13-17, has some discouraging news for us: "Even as hearings that could lead to President Donald Trump’s impeachment heat up, a new Marquette University Law School poll of Wisconsin registered voters finds consistent, if sometimes modest, shifts in public opinion away from support of impeachment and toward supporting Trump in next year’s presidential election." But it is worth pointing out that the first witnesses to testify in open hearings appeared on Nov. 13 and the last hearing, with Dr. Fiona Hill and David Holmes, occurred on Nov. 21. In other words, the poll was in the field even as the impeachment inquiry got under way: so not a good snapshot of the impact of the inquiry on Wisconsin voters.

But even if the results of the poll are accurate enough, the takeaway should be to work harder to win in Wisconsin next year. Right now there is not that much going on (see the short list of events for the next two weeks below). On Sunday December 8, however, Grassroots North Shore is having a special event that will take a clear-eyed look at our state's electoral prospects. Celinda Lake, founder and CEO of Lake Research, will talk to us about Tipping Point Wisconsin. Our state is likely to provide the Electoral College votes that determine who the president will be in 2021. A nationally renowned strategist and pollster, Ms. Lake brings insights both at the national level and for Wisconsin to bear on how we win this crucial election next year. So you'll not want to miss it. Please RSVP today and make a generous donation if you can.

New this year, we will be featuring a limited silent auction and craft show on the Church lower level. So come early to check it out and be sure to join us for the reception following the program. Cash or check is preferred.

Why does Grassroots North Shore hold a fundraiser each year? As one of the largest all-volunteer political organizations in the state, we need funds not to pay staff but to pay rent, maintain insurance, purchase office supplies, and run our internet operations (like this newsletter). We NEVER give money to candidates (though we do endorse once the general election candidates have been chosen). We work with others to run canvasses in our areas, to mount postcard campaigns, to host phone banks, to support house parties — in short all the activities that go into vigorous campaigning for progressive candidates. AND we provide educational and informative programs on crucial issues like climate change, gun safety, the state budget, gerrymandering, healthcare, and much more. We run a tight ship, on a budget of approximately $20,000 a year. And that's why we need your financial support as well as your help with various election tasks. In other words, we wouldn't ask if it weren't important! You can donate online or bring a check, credit card, or cash to the event.

It's a busy time of year. No doubt that's why the events list for the next two weeks is rather slim. But nomination papers for the spring 2020 elections should be out soon and are due in Madison on Tuesday, January 7, 2020. The primary will be held on Tuesday, February 18. The nonpartisan election and the presidential primary is scheduled for April 7. For nonpartisan elections, early voting usually takes place for the two weeks prior to the primary or the election, ending on the Friday before the election at 5pm. Most of the cities, villages, and non-incorporated areas hold early voting at the primary administrative site for that entity. As usual, our website will have specific information for each area. In the meantime, however, mark your calendars with the important dates: Tuesday, February 18, for the primary and Tuesday, April 7, for the nonpartisan election and the presidential primary.

In addition to other important municipal and judicial elections, the spring elections will determine the make-up of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. And that election could not be more important for restoring balance, and dare I say sanity, to Wisconsin's politics. HUGE turnouts are our best weapons in both the February primary and the April election. Grassroots North Shore plans robust campaign activities ahead of those dates — more on the specifics as we move into January — and we hope you'll come work with us throughout the electoral season. At the very least, you need to plan to be informed about the candidates in your area and to make a plan to vote. You can vote by mail, you can vote early, or you can vote on election day itself. You can check your registration, ballot, and polling location at MyVote Wisconsin.

And here endeth the lesson!


          

X-Men – X-Club (TPB) (2012)

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WE DO SCIENCE! In the wake of SCHISM, the X-Club's state-of-the-art space elevator nears completion, chaos erupts! And it appears to the world that mutants are to blame. Can Dr. Nemesis, Madison Jeffries, Kavita Rao and Danger clear the X-Men's name before their experiment backfires? Collects X-Club #1-5.

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Clinical Liaison - UW Health Rehab Hospital | Kindred Healthcare

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Madison Rehab Hospital, Wisconsin, If you love healthcare but would like to try something new this may be the opportunity for you! UW Health Rehabilitation Hospital is a free-standing, 50-bed acute
          

Donations to Ancient Indus Studies

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Ancient Indus research is constrained by a shortage of funds. One of the longest lasting, most successful projects has been the Harappa Archaeological Research Project (HARP), run by the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Harvard University and New York University since 1986.


          

MARVEL LEGACY : IRON MAN T02

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Dernier tome d'Iron Man par Brian M. Bendis
Les héros sont à la recherche d'Iron Man. Riri Williams fait équipe avec Arno Stark, Toni Ho et Madison Jeffries pour retrouver la piste de Tony. Pendant ce temps, Fatalis voit sa destinée changer à jamais. (Contient les épisodes US Invincible Iron Man 598-600, publiés précédemment dans les softcovers MARVEL LEGACY : AVENGERS 4-5 et 7) Auteurs : Bendis, Caselli, Maleev
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Other: Behavioral Clinician - Anderson, Indiana

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Job Description Want to make a difference in someone's life? *NEW MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS POSITION!* Join the Meridian Health Services team serving the community for over 35 years. We are a progressive healthcare organization specializing in "whole person" health integrating physical, mental, and social well-being. Meridian Health Services is currently seeking a full time day Behavioral Clinician / Technician for our Child Services Program located in Madison County, IN. Meridian Health Ser ()
          

Raffreddare gli edifici con una nuova tecnologia

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Raffreddare gli edifici con una nuova tecnologia

Gli ingegneri riportano i progressi nel raffreddamento radiativo in un nuovo studio sulla sostenibilità della natura. In futuro, questa tecnologia, senza elettricità, potrebbe aiutare a raffreddare gli edifici nelle aree metropolitane.

Gli ingegneri hanno progettato un nuovo sistema che può aiutare a raffreddare gli edifici nelle affollate aree metropolitane senza consumare elettricità, un'importante innovazione in un momento in cui le città stanno lavorando per adattarsi ai cambiamenti climatici.

Il sistema è costituito da un materiale speciale - un film di polimero / alluminio economico - installato all'interno di una scatola nella parte inferiore di un “riparo” solare appositamente progettato. Il film aiuta a mantenere fresco l'ambiente circostante assorbendo il calore dall'aria all'interno della scatola e trasmettendo quell'energia, attraverso l'atmosfera terrestre, nello spazio. Il rifugio ha un duplice scopo: aiuta a bloccare la luce solare in arrivo nel momento in cui irradia radiazioni termiche emesse dal film di polimero verso il cielo.

Lyu Zhou, (1) co-primo autore dottorando in ingegneria elettrica alla University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, afferma: “il polimero rimane freddo poiché dissipa il calore attraverso le radiazioni termiche e può quindi raffreddare l'ambiente. Questo sistema di raffreddamento radiativo o passivo è molto interessante perché non consuma elettricità e non ha bisogno di una batteria o altra fonte di elettricità per realizzare il raffreddamento.”

Il ricercatore capo Qiaoqiang Gan, PhD, (2) professore associato di ingegneria elettrica presso la University at Buffalo, afferma: “una delle innovazioni del nostro sistema è la capacità di indirizzare deliberatamente le emissioni termiche verso il cielo. Normalmente, le emissioni termiche viaggiano in tutte le direzioni. Abbiamo trovato un modo per irradiare le emissioni in una particolare direzione. Ciò consente al sistema di essere più efficace negli ambienti urbani, dove ci sono edifici alti su tutti i lati. Usiamo materiali a basso costo disponibili in commercio le cui prestazioni risultano molto soddisfacenti.”

Il sistema progettato dagli ingegneri misura circa 45,72 centimetri di altezza, 25,4 centimetri di larghezza e lunghezza. Per raffreddare un edificio, è necessario installare numerose unità del sistema per coprire un tetto.

La ricerca è stata pubblicata su Nature Sustainability. (3) Lo studio è stato una collaborazione internazionale tra il gruppo del dottor Qiaoqiang Gan alla UB, il gruppo del dottor Boon S. Ooi (4) alla King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Arabia Saudita e il gruppo del dottor Zongfu Yu (5) all'Università del Wisconsin-Madison. Insieme a Lyu Zhou, i co-primi autori sono il dottor Haomin Song, PhD, professore associato di ricerca UB in ingegneria elettrica e Jianwei Liang al KAUST. Lo studio è stato finanziato in parte dalla National Science Foundation.

Un sistema che funziona durante il giorno e in ambienti affollati

Il nuovo sistema di raffreddamento passivo affronta un problema importante nel campo: come il raffreddamento radiativo può funzionare durante il giorno e nelle aree urbane affollate.

Il dottor Haomin Song spiega: “durante la notte, non disponiamo di energia solare, quindi le emissioni termiche escono e realizziamo facilmente il raffreddamento radiativo. Ma il raffreddamento diurno è una sfida perché il sole splende. In questa situazione, è necessario trovare strategie per impedire il riscaldamento dei tetti. È inoltre necessario trovare materiali emissivi che non assorbono l'energia solare. Il nostro sistema affronta queste sfide.”

Se posizionati all'esterno durante il giorno, il film che emana calore e il riparo solare hanno contribuito a ridurre la temperatura di un piccolo spazio chiuso di un massimo di circa 6 gradi Celsius (11 gradi Fahrenheit). Di notte, il valore sale a circa 11 gradi Celsius (circa 20 gradi Fahrenheit).

Come l'architettura innovativa può guidare il raffreddamento radiativo

Il nuovo sistema di raffreddamento radiativo incorpora una serie di caratteristiche di design otticamente interessanti. Uno dei componenti centrali è il film polimerico / metallico, che è costituito da un foglio di alluminio rivestito con un polimero trasparente chiamato polydimethylsilox. L'alluminio riflette la luce solare, mentre il polimero assorbe e dissipa il calore dall'aria circostante. Gli ingegneri hanno posizionato il materiale sul fondo di una scatola di schiuma e hanno eretto un “riparo” solare sopra la scatola, usando un materiale ad assorbimento di energia solare per costruire quattro pareti inclinate verso l'esterno, insieme a un cono quadrato rovesciato all'interno di quelle pareti.

Questa architettura ha un duplice scopo: la gestione dell'assorbimento della luce del sole; in secondo luogo, la forma delle pareti e il cono dirigono il calore emesso dal film verso il cielo.

Riferimenti:

(1) Lyu Zhou

(2) Qiaoqiang Gan

(3) A polydimethylsiloxane-coated metal structure for all-day radiative cooling

(4) Boon S. Ooi

(5) Zongfu Yu

Descrizione foto: il sistema aiuta a raffreddare l'ambiente circostante assorbendo il calore dall'aria all'interno della scatola e trasmettendo quell'energia attraverso l'atmosfera terrestre nello spazio. - Credit: University at Buffalo.

Autore traduzione riassuntiva e adattamento linguistico: Edoardo Capuano / Articolo originale: In the future, this electricity-free tech could help cool buildings in metro areas


          

Professions: Behavioral Clinician / Technician - Anderson, Indiana

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Job Description Want to make a difference in someone's life? *NEW MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS POSITION!* Join the Meridian Health Services team serving the community for over 35 years. We are a progressive healthcare organization specializing in "whole person" health integrating physical, mental, and social well-being. Meridian Health Services is currently seeking a full time day Behavioral Clinician / Technician for our Child Services Program located in Madison County, IN. Meridian Health Ser ()
          

Please Support The Madison Foundation on #GivingTuesday

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The Madison Foundation is once again participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving, this year falling on Tuesday, December 3.
          

Electrical Engineer - Power Distribution - Green Bay, Madison, Chicago, Minneapolis

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MN-Minneapolis, Job Details - We're seeking an electrical engineer with experience designing power distribution systems within industrial manufacturing facilities (Food & Beverage, Consumer Products, Pharmaceutical, Water/Wastewater, etc). While this role doesn't immediately require any team leadership experience, this person will likely become the group/team leader within 2 to 4 years. Description Responsibiliti
          

Mechanical Engineer

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GA-Madison, Permanent position: Mechanical Engineer at a world-wide leading manufacturing organization located near Madison, GA. The candidate is responsible to provide technical expertise in relation to the design, installation, commissioning, maintenance and troubleshooting of sophisticated electro-mechanical equipment. The ideal candidate will have a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering with mechanical and
          

Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association applaud Gov. Tony Evers for signing Senate Bill 219

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MADISON, WI – The Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association (WCMA) today applauded Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers for signing Senate Bill 219 into law, expanding access to capital for rural business owners, including dairy manufacturers and processors. Authored by Senator Howard Marklein (R-Spring Green), Senator Janet Bewley (D-Mason), Representative Gary Tauchen (RBonduel), and Representative Don Vruwink (D-Milton), S.B. 219 was unanimously approved by
both houses of the Wisconsin State Legislature.

“At a challenging time in the dairy industry’s history, we are grateful to have lawmakers’ attention and action,” said John Umhoefer, WCMA Executive Director. “In extending access to capital, they are enabling rural business owners, including cheesemakers and other dairy processors, to invest in their companies, employees, and communities.”

Conceived by Wisconsin Dairy Task Force 2.0 members, SB 219 launches a pilot program at the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA). Using existing funds available through the Agribusiness Guarantee Program, $3 million in loan guarantee authority will now be directed each year to rural development projects, including brick-and-mortar investments, equipment and machinery, marketing, and working capital.

The pilot will guarantee up to 25 percent of a loan, or $750,000, whichever is less. The
borrower is required to pay back the entirety of the loan, with a state commitment only coming into play in the event of a default. All borrowers will be subject to rigorous vetting to participate in the program.

 

For more information, please contact: Rebekah Sweeney, 608-286-1001 or rsweeney@wischeesemakers.org


          

Senior Electro Mechanical Technician Machine Builder - Intense Engineering - Madison, WI

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Set up and operate metalworking machines (e.g., mills, lathes, grinders, etc.). At Intense Engineering we design, develop, and build fully-custom turn-key…
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2022 Spring Branch Dr, Madison, TN 37115, $289,900 3 beds, 2 baths

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2376 sqft, 3 beds, 2 baths, single-family home in Madison, TN - 37115
          

Bietet ein Online 2016 Sommer Damen Schuhe Madison Rukor (schwarz) - Sandalen stabile Qualität

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    Estimator/Project Manager

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    WI-Madison, We are a Consulting Engineering and Construction Management firm with more than 600 employee members. We deliver technical excellence to our clients in three main areas: Industrial Manufacturing, Civil Infrastructure, and Environmental Engineering, Founded in 1938 in Green Bay, we offer a tradi­tion of personalized, client-centered service and smart solutions to a variety of government, industrial
              

    Mechanical Engineer

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    GA-Madison, Permanent position: Mechanical Engineer at a world-wide leading manufacturing organization located near Madison, GA. The candidate is responsible to provide technical expertise in relation to the design, installation, commissioning, maintenance and troubleshooting of sophisticated electro-mechanical equipment. The ideal candidate will have a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering with mechanical and
              

    Healthcare: Travel Nurse - Tele RN - Pocahontas, AR - Miami, Florida

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    Travel Tele Nurses (RN) Enjoy the sunshine with this great RN position in Porterville, CA! Job Details --- Estimated $2,162 per week gross --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- CA Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
              

    Healthcare: Travel Nurse - Case Mgt RN - Clinton, MD - Miami, Florida

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    Travel Case Mgt Nurses (RN) Hike along Clearwater Nature Center with this great RN Position in Clinton, MD! Job Details --- Estimated $2,190 per week gross --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- MD/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS BCLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
              

    Healthcare: Travel Nurse - NICU RN - Phoenix, AZ - Miami, Florida

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    Travel NICU Nurses (RN) Check out Camelback Mountain with this great RN position in Phoenix, AZ! Job Details --- Estimated $2,139 per week gross --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- AZ/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
              

    PhD Position at University of Waterloo, Canada | Canada | Full time

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    University of Waterloo , Canada, Waterloo, Canada

    We invite applications for a PhD student to participate in a research project in the Ecohydrology Research Group (ERG) at the University of Waterloo. The project will advance the quantitative and predictive understanding of the hydrologically driven deposition, transport, and degradation of organic matter (OM) in the hyporheic zone of large river systems. It is well recognized that biogeochemical activity in riverbed sediments is much higher compared to the water column, because the concentrations of OM and microorganisms are several orders of magnitude higher than the corresponding concentrations in the water column. That is, the riverbed represents a hot spot of biogeochemical cycling at the terrestrial-aquatic interface.

    The PhD student will conduct controlled sediment column experiments under fluctuating river stage conditions to replicate the hydro(bio)geochemical environment of near-surface riverbed sediments and determine the processes and rates of in situ riverbed OM degradation. The PhD student will also co-develop a reactive transport modeling module to simulate the fate of OM in the hyporheic zone and the associated riverbed geochemistry.

    This is a joint project between ERG, the University of Wisconsin–Madison and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. The PhD student’s work will therefore align with complementary experimental, field and modeling efforts at the collaborating institutes. At Waterloo, the PhD student will be supervised by Dr. Philippe Van Cappellen and Dr. Fereidoun Rezanezhad. Applicants must have a degree in the natural sciences, engineering or a related field. Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated quantitative skills and practical experience in (bio)geochemistry and environmental sciences. To learn more about ERG, visit: uwaterloo.ca/ecohydrology.

    For further information or submitting your application, contact Dr. Fereidoun Rezanezhad (frezanez@uwaterloo.ca). Please include “Hyporheic_yourname” in the subject line. Your application should be submitted as a single PDF file containing:
    - Your relevant training and experience, your research interests and motivation for applying to the position
    - Curriculum vitae
    - Copy of academic transcript(s)
    - Contact information for up to 3 references

    Closing date: Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The position will remain open until filled. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those individuals selected for an interview will be contacted.


              

    ENTSCHLIESSUNGSANTRAG zu den Rechten des Kindes anlässlich des 30. Jahrestags des Übereinkommens der Vereinten Nationen über die Rechte des Kindes - B9-0179/2019

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    gemäß Artikel 132 Absatz 2 der Geschäftsordnung
    zu den Rechten des Kindes anlässlich des 30. Jahrestags des Übereinkommens der Vereinten Nationen über die Rechte des Kindes
    (2019/2876(RSP))
    Jaak Madison, Annalisa Tardino, Nicolaus Fest, Tom Vandendriessche, Nicolas Bay, Markus Buchheit, Guido Reil, Gunnar Beck, Joachim Kuhs, Christine Anderson
    im Namen der ID-Fraktion

    Quelle : © Europäische Union, 2019 - EP
              

    Telemetry Technician - Select Specialty Hospital - Madison, WI

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    Rate, regularity, PRI, QRS, QTI, QTc, ST segment, wave form alterations, and rhythm interpretation. At Select Specialty/Regency Hospitals, a division of Select…
    From Select Medical Corporation - Wed, 28 Aug 2019 21:06:30 GMT - View all Madison, WI jobs
              

    Hospitality & Tourism: Delivery Driver - Madison, WI. - Albany, New York

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    To fulfill our mission of hooking up people's hunger, we need motivated and enthusiastic individuals to join the EatStreet Delivery team! Perks: Drivers can earn up to $18 an hour depending on availability and performance Guaranteed $10 per hour and average performing drivers typically earn $16 per hour including base pay and tips Get paid daily through Daily Pay! Company Discounts to Apple, Verizon, Anytime Fitness, Valvoline, Jiffylube! Low-cost unlimited plans & devices available through partnership with Gig Mobile Flexible scheduling Support from the Dispatch Team while you're on the road Career advancement opportunities W2 Employee - no quarterly contractor tax bills! No resume or cover letter needed! Requirements: Reliable vehicle and smartphone Clean driving record Valid license and insurance Ability to work nights and weekends is preferred Ability to work well independently, have a great attitude and be willing to learn Responsibilities: Safely and efficiently pick up orders from our restaurant partners and deliver them by car to customers across the city Provide top-notch customer service to both our customers and restaurant partners Raise brand awareness around town by using EatStreet branded delivery gear Obey all traffic laws and parking regulations Partner with our dispatch team to ensure that our customers are receiving the best service possibleBeyond hourly earnings, employee drivers have an opportunity to earn additional commission through referral programs. All drivers are W2 employees, not contractors. EatStreet is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EatStreet is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process, please send an e-mail to and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. EatStreet participates in E-Verify. For more information, please see the E-Verify Participation Poster and Right to Work Poster at the hiring location. ()
              

    Other: Delivery Driver - Madison, WI. - Albany, New York

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    To fulfill our mission of hooking up people’s hunger, we need motivated and enthusiastic individuals to join the EatStreet Delivery team! Perks: Drivers can earn up to $18 an hour depending on availability and performance Guaranteed $10 per hour and average performing drivers typically earn $16 per hour including base pay and tips Get paid daily through Daily Pay! Company Discounts to Apple, Verizon, Anytime Fitness, Valvoline, Jiffylube! Low-cost unlimited plans & devices available through partnership with Gig Mobile Flexible scheduling Support from the Dispatch Team while you’re on the road Career advancement opportunities W2 Employee - no quarterly contractor tax bills! No resume or cover letter needed! Requirements: Reliable vehicle and smartphone Clean driving record Valid license and insurance Ability to work nights and weekends is preferred Ability to work well independently, have a great attitude and be willing to learn Responsibilities: Safely and efficiently pick up orders from our restaurant partners and deliver them by car to customers across the city Provide top-notch customer service to both our customers and restaurant partners Raise brand awareness around town by using EatStreet branded delivery gear Obey all traffic laws and parking regulations Partner with our dispatch team to ensure that our customers are receiving the best service possible Beyond hourly earnings, employee drivers have an opportunity to earn additional commission through referral programs. All drivers are W2 employees, not contractors. EatStreet is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EatStreet is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process, please send an e-mail to careers@eatstreet.com and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. EatStreet participates in E-Verify. For more information, please see the E-Verify Participation Poster and Right to Work Poster at the hiring location. ()
              

    Airlocks and the Apocalypse

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    Airlocks and the ApocalypsePublisher: Great Lakes Games

    "The clouds, they hide spaceships." The nun said again. I looked at her and blinked my eyes. She was definitely a nun. She was old. Hunched over, as old people often are. She wore the typical black and white penguin outfit, the nun's habit. She reached into her over-sized handbag. The enormous bag made her look even smaller.  It was crafted from some coarse material, burlap or rawhide, I couldn't tell which.  She reached her small, old hand into the oversized bag and pulled out an oversized can of Sapporo, Japanese beer. She casually tore the lid off and took a big gulp." 

    - Spacewhales

    From high-orbit above a burning world, to the cool depths of a serpent filled ocean, Airlocks and the Apocalypse takes readers on a wild ride. Stand guard with heroes of a dying kingdom, hunt treasure laden ships with the Serpent Riders of Atlantis, and tear across the the scorched wasteland in a mythological car. This collection includes the Aviator Fiction editor's choice story "The Census Bureau," the surreal "Calcutta," and the long awaited sequel, "Spacewhales II: The Nun-Remains The Same."

    Each unique story is a step deeper into the author's imagination. Sometimes witty, sometimes disturbing, these tales are all expertly told. Beginning to end, the author's prose is terse, vivid and entertaining. 

    This is the third short collection from by Eric Staggs, a Madison Wisconsin based writer. His hobbies include philosophy, anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, classical history, gaming, strategy, science-fiction, literature, cinema, cultural trends, technology, Buddhism and of course, zombies.

    Price: $5.99
              

    Storage Ottoman ONLY $71.99 (Reg $260) + FREE Shipping – 8 Colors Available!

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    Today (December 1st) only – Check out this awesome deal on Madison Park Frances Storage Ottoman at Kohl’s! It is currently on sale for $99.99,…
              

    Regular Council Meeting **Rescheduled from December 23**

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    Event date: December 16, 2019
    Event Time: 06:00 PM - 11:59 PM
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    Madison Municipal Complex
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    Groundwater characterization of the Madison aquifer near Jewel Cave National Monument, South Dakota

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    Jewel Cave National Monument in the Black Hills of southwestern South Dakota has more than 200 miles of mapped cave passages and several subterranean lakes that have been discovered since 2015. Jewel Cave is one of the world’s longest known caves and its natural beauty and unique natural cave features led U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt to designate the cave as a national monument in 1908. Jewel Cave was naturally formed in the regionally extensive Madison Limestone, which is characterized as a carbonate karst environment (containing caves and sinkholes) with extensive subterranean cave networks and losing streams at the land surface. Preserving and protecting the cave is an important element of the National Park Service mission, and understanding the hydrogeologic connection between the surface and the subsurface is essential for ensuring the preservation and protection of the cave for future generations. A component in preserving and protecting the park includes the improved understanding of groundwater flow and vulnerability of the subsurface, which allows scientists, park managers, the visiting public, and the surrounding communities to better manage, protect, and preserve the site and its unique natural features.


              

    Cento: reminding you of one of best Italian spots in Madison

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    This past Friday, I lost my WisCard, and it was impossible to get another one until Monday. That meant this weekend I couldn’t use ...

    The post Cento: reminding you of one of best Italian spots in Madison appeared first on The Badger Herald.


              

    A Wealth Tax? Two Framers Weigh In

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    Wealth taxes are on the current political table and hotly debated. All taxation was on the framers’ table as they considered a new constitution. What would they make of the measures we are considering now? And more to the point: does the Constitution they drafted allow Congress to tax a person’s overall wealth? 

     

    The short answer: yes and no. The longer answer requires historical context.

     

    In the six months preceding the Federal Convention of 1787, Congress received from the separate states, which alone possessed powers of taxation, a grand total of $663—hardly enough to run the nation. Little wonder that the framers’ proposal, what is now our Constitution, granted Congress sweeping authority to levy taxes: “The Congress shall have Power to lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises …”

     

    Although taxing authority was broad, the framers delineated only five specific types, each with a qualification:

     

    “Duties, Imposts, and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States.” 

    “No Capitation, or other direct, Tax shall be laid, unless in proportion to the Census or enumeration.”

    “No Tax or Duty shall be laid on any Articles exported from any State.” 

     

    Presumably any taxes not mentioned would have to meet qualifications as well. The underlying principle was fairness, but mechanisms to achieve that goal differed. Exports were ruled out so Congress wouldn’t handicap Virginia, for instance, by taxing tobacco. Most other taxes would be uniform. Direct taxes, on the other hand, had to be apportioned according to state populations. 

     

    But what, exactly, was a direct tax? And how might that differ from its opposite, an indirect tax, a term that does not appear in the Constitution? 

     

    That’s what Rufus King, delegate from Massachusetts, asked his colleagues at the end of the day on August 20, 1787, after some twelve weeks of deliberations. From James Madison’s Notes of Debates: “Mr. KING asked what was the precise meaning of direct taxation. No one answered.” We have no indication that the framers ever defined direct and indirect taxation, either then or at any other time during their proceedings. 

     

    Fast forward to the mid-1790s, when two former delegates weighed in. Alexander Hamilton, while Secretary of the Treasury, recommended a federal tax on carriages, an item that only rich people could afford. Congress levied that tax, but Daniel Hylton, a carriage owner, challenged the measure on constitutional grounds. It was a direct tax, he argued, and Congress had failed to apportion it amongst the states. The case found its way to the Supreme Court. There, Associate Justice William Paterson, who had introduced the New Jersey plan at the Federal Convention, offered a coherent explanation of the framers’ treatment of taxation:

     

    “It was … obviously the intention of the framers of the Constitution, that Congress should possess full power over every species of taxable property, except exports. The term taxes, is generical, and was made use of to vest in Congress plenary authority in all cases of taxation… All taxes on expences or consumption are indirect taxes. … Indirect taxes are circuitous modes of reaching the revenue of individuals, who generally live according to their income. In many cases of this nature the individual may be said to tax himself.”

     

    An individual taxes himself because he chooses to participate in an activity that is taxed; he can circumvent the tax by not purchasing or consuming the item in question. That’s what makes it “indirect.” A “Capitation, or other direct, Tax” is not optional in this sense; both capitation taxes and property taxes were widespread in America, and a person does not choose to be a person (a capitation tax), nor willingly decide to own no property. But why didn’t the framers apply the simple rule of uniformity to such taxes? Paterson recalled that peculiar politics, not abstract reasoning, led to the Federal Convention’s approach:

     

    “I never entertained a doubt, that the principal, I will not say, the only, objects, that the framers of the Constitution contemplated as falling within the rule of apportionment, were a capitation tax and a tax on land. … The provision was made in favor of the southern States. They possessed a large number of slaves; they had extensive tracts of territory, thinly settled, and not very productive. A majority of the states had but few slaves, and several of them a limited territory, well settled and in a high state of cultivation. The Southern states, if no provision had been introduced in the Constitution, would have been wholly at the mercy of the other states. Congress in such case, might tax slaves, at discretion or arbitrarily, and land in every part of the Union after the same rate or measure: so much a head in the first instance, and so much an acre in the second. To guard against imposition in these particulars, was the reason of introducing the clause in the Constitution, which directs that representatives and direct taxes shall be apportioned among the states, according to their respective numbers.”  

     

    In the end, Paterson and his fellow justices concluded that the tax on chariots must be considered indirect. To apportion the tax among the states would be absurd, they argued; if there was only one chariot owner in a state, he would have to assume his state’s entire liability. And if there were no chariots, how could that state ever meet its apportioned share? But to strike down a tax on chariots because it was unworkable would seriously undermine Congress’s critical authority “to lay and collect Taxes,” which buttressed the entire governmental apparatus. The only alternative was to declare Hamilton’s chariot tax indirect—and thereby constitutional.

     

    What might Paterson and his colleagues have concluded if Congress had levied a tax on all wealth, not just one particular luxury item? That depends. They might have applied the same reasoning: treating a wealth tax as “direct” would be hopelessly impractical, but if seen as an excise, it would fall within Congress’s plenary powers of taxation. Indeed, any tax (except one on exports) that the framers had notcategorized as “direct” would be constitutional, if applied uniformly. So it all boils down to one question: what taxes, exactly, are to be considered direct?

     

    While Paterson enumerated “a capitation tax and a tax on land” as the “principal” taxes “falling within the rule of apportionment,” he hinted they might not be the “only” ones. Perhaps he could envision others, taxes that were not addressed at the Federal Convention. New England governments in those times relied heavily on property taxes that included not only raw land but also improvements and livestock, which made the land more valuable. Such taxes were not based on “expences or consumption,” activities that might be avoided—Paterson’s criteria for indirect taxes. They taxed who a person was, economically—the apparent (although unstated) standard for a direct tax. 

     

    Alexander Hamilton made this explicit. Within a brief filed for Hylton v. United States, he added a third category to the list of direct taxes:

     

    “What is the distinction between direct and indirect taxes? It is a matter of regret that terms so uncertain and vague in so important a point are to be found in the Constitution. We shall seek in vain for any antecedent settled legal meaning to the respective terms—there is none.

     

    “But how is the meaning of the Constitution to be determined? It has been affirmed, and so it will be found, that there is no general principle which can indicate the boundary between the two. That boundary, then, must be fixed by a species of arbitration, and ought to be such as will involve neither absurdity nor inconvenience.

     

    “The following are presumed to be the only direct taxes.

    Capitation or poll taxes.

    Taxes on lands and buildings.

    General assessments, whether on the whole property of individuals, or on their whole real or personal estate; all else must of necessity be considered as indirect taxes.”

     

    In Hamilton’s estimation, any “general assessment” of a person’s “whole” property or estate—what we call today a wealth tax—was one of those “other” direct taxes that must be apportioned amongst the states. But to apportion a wealth tax would be absurd; today, a handful of wealthy individuals in West Virginia or Mississippi, to account for their state’s quota, would have to pay several times as much as those residing in states with numerous rich taxpayers. In Hylton v. United States, the Supreme Court used the unfairness of apportionment to declare the chariot tax indirect, and therefore constitutional, but according to Hamilton, that line of reasoning is off the table. A wealth tax is a direct tax, pure and simple, he reckoned; unless apportioned, it will be unconstitutional. 

     

    Of course Hamilton was not on the Supreme Court, so his statement has no official bearing. Legal scholars might disagree with his assessment of “general assessments,” but politically, that is beside the point. No wealth tax based on apportionment among the states will make its way out of committee, and any wealth tax claiming to be “indirect” will inevitably wind up before the Supreme Court. There, originalists who idolize the framers will look no farther than Hamilton’s testimony to justify striking down the measure. 

     

    And all conservatives, likely the majority for years to come, will weaponize Hamilton to support their preconceived aversion to wealth taxes. They will not be swayed, as some scholars contend, by Knowlton v. Moore, which in 1900 upheld an inheritance tax by treating it as indirect. There’s plenty of wiggle room between taxing a person’s “whole real or personal estate”—a wealth tax—and taxing how a person chooses to dispense with that estate. When conservative justices weigh an obliquely relevant case from 1900 versus Hamilton’s forceful pronouncement that yields the result they prefer, there is little doubt as to which they will favor. 

     

    Might Chief Justice Roberts be a swing vote? When upholding the Affordable Care Act as within the taxing authority of Congress, he declared: “A tax on going without health insurance does not fall within any recognized category of direct tax.” Because it was “plainly not a tax of the ownership or land or personal property,” it did not have to be “apportioned among the several States.” A wealth tax, on the other hand, would target “ownership of land or personal property.” It must be apportioned, Roberts will conclude, or else it’s unconstitutional.  

     

    We have been through this before. In Pollock v. Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company (1895), the Supreme Court declared that taxing income derived from wealth (rents, interest, and dividends) was a direct tax and therefore had to be apportioned, while taxing income derived from labor (wages and salaries) was indirect and therefore did not have to be apportioned. This meant that Congress could tax working people readily, while taxing wealthy people would be unworkable. Workers cried foul. They pushed for, and got, the Sixteenth Amendment, which repudiated Pollock by lifting the apportionment requirement from all income taxes.

     

    Today, facing rampant inequality, we can cry foul again—but we remain saddled with a provision of the Constitution geared to protect the slave-owning interests of Southern states in 1787. Even so, taxing income rather than wealth is always possible. There is no constitutional limit on the tax rate, so long as it is “uniform throughout the United States.”

     

     


              

    Impeachment Has Always Been a Purely Political Process

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    What exactly is impeachment? A common view is that the House of Representatives judges that the president has committed a crime, then the Senate tries him. But the Constitution’s criterion of “high crimes and misdemeanors” does not correspond to anything specific in the U.S. criminal code. Even if it did, legal precedent has already established that a sitting President cannot be indicted. Hence, when special prosecutor Leon Jaworski presented indictments over the Watergate break-in, he listed President Nixon as an “unindicted” co- conspirator. Even if a prosecutor did manage to indict a sitting president, he would not face a trial. Only after being impeached, convicted in the Senate and expelled from office would he be liable to legal prosecution like other citizens.

     

    Impeachability is therefore very much in the eye of the beholder. The Mueller probe was sometimes likened to a prosecutor returning his findings to a grand jury made up of Congress. But that was a false analogy. The Constitution is silent about what process is to be followed before articles of impeachment are voted on. No investigation is explicitly mandated. Strictly speaking, a newly elected House of Representatives could vote articles of impeachment on its first day, without any investigation. The reason this does not happen is because those favoring impeachment naturally prefer to be supported in the court of public opinion. But they needn’t rely on the outcome of an investigation if they are willing to gamble on the public’s support regardless. The Mueller probe disappointed House Democrats because it found no evidence of collusion with Russia and no evidence of obstruction of justice that could stand up in court. But it made no difference to Trump’s opponents. Adam Schiff and Erick Swalwell maintained that Trump was guilty of both before the Mueller probe was completed, and they maintain it now that it has come and gone. At the end of the day, they are banking on public opinion sharing their conviction that the president has committed a crime. Even if impeachment articles are voted in, however, the prospect of the Republican majority in the Senate convicting Trump are virtually zero.

     

    Why doesn’t the Constitution make a president’s impeachment synonymous with a prosecution for breaking the law? In Germany, for example, the President can be impeached by either of the two legislative chambers. At that point, the case goes to a federal court, which decides if he is guilty and whether to remove him from office. To clarify why the American process is so complicated and indirect, we have to ask ourselves what the Founders meant impeachment for in the first place.

     

    As I wrote in TYRANTS: POWER, INJUSTICE AND TERROR, one of the Constitution’s fundamental aims, according to Alexander Hamilton, was to forestall the emergence an American tyrant — a “Catiline or Caesar.” Tyranny in the 18th century context need not connote full-blown monsters like Hitler. If a ruler violated Americans’ rights, like King George III taxing them without granting them representation in Parliament, that was tyranny. Ancient democracies like Athens, according to Hamilton, veered between the extremes of tyranny and anarchy. They could only rely on a virtuous statesman like Pericles to break this cycle. Such statesmen are very rare, and could prove to be tyrants in disguise — it’s too chancy. The “new” political science of the Enlightenment, Hamilton says, relies instead on the institutional division of powers, preventing one branch of government from tyrannizing over the others. Just as the president having the power of the purse would violate Congress’s jurisdiction, Congress’s ability to try a president like a law court would violate that of both the Executive and the Judicial branches. Rooted in Machiavelli’s analysis of the Roman Republic, the American constitution was designed to promote a peaceable political warfare among the three branches of government that would forestall the actual violence of civil strife resulting from one branch reigning supreme. As James Madison put it, the causes of vice are sewn into the human soul. We can’t remove those causes, but through the correct institutional mechanisms, we can impede their harmful effects.

     

    In sum, the removal of a President from office through impeachment was designed as a purely political process. It is value neutral with respect to legal guilt or innocence. The Founders stacked the deck against it happening so that it would not be trivially invoked, which is why it’s happened only three times. In the case of Donald Trump, at the end of the day, all that matters is how the House and Senate vote. This may not be as morally satisfying to either side as outright condemnation or exoneration. But the Founders were wary of the power of moral outrage to spark the extremes of tyranny and anarchy characteristic of democracy in the past. Whatever the verdict regarding President Trump’s impeachment, the reaction will be confined to screaming pundits, not armed mobs. Or so we hope.


              

    Losing Sight of Jefferson and Falling into Plato

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    The Death of Socrates, by Jacques-Louis David (1787)

     

    Many professors at higher-level academic institutions profess to be practitioners of a Socratic method of teaching, which is a method of students arriving at understanding by a teacher “pestering” them with probing questions that lead to self-searching. Many, if not most, of such practitioners presume that the method facilitates true learning. Socratic teaching and learning are not reducible, in John Dewey’s words, to pouring information into the heads of students, but they are a matter of drawing out what is, in some sense, already there.

    Socrates (469–399 B.C.) was one of Ancient Athens’ most unusual citizens. He professed a profound love of Athens insofar as he claimed he could never offer a return to Athens (or its citizens) as valuable as what he had, throughout his life, gained from the cosmopolitan polis.

     

    What was unique about Socrates was his zetetic (seeking) manner of living. He renounced all pleasures other than the pleasure he experienced in searching for knowledge, which he said he never possessed. He claimed to be wise only inasmuch as he recognized that he, unlike other prominent Athenians, understood that he knew nothing, and thus, that human wisdom counted for nothing next to divine wisdom.

     

    Never claiming to have any (real) knowledge—that is, knowledge of things substantive such as of the virtues piety, wisdom, justice, self-control, and courage—he spent his days throughout his life in pursuit of knowledge. His daily zetetic activity showed that he did not consider that activity fatuous. That demonstrates that he, at least, thought that acquisition of knowledge was humanly possible. Otherwise, his life would have been as pointless as searching to find great-tailed grackles, birds endemic to hot places like Texas, in Anchorage, Alaska.

     

    Socrates’ method of pursuit was elenchus—a method of dialectic exchange in which the one chiefly in pursuit of knowledge, usually Socrates, asked an interlocutor a number of questions, pointedly articulated to get at the nature of a particular virtue, or even virtue in general.  After expostulation of an initial definition from an initial question—e.g., “What is virtue?”—questions would be crafted to expose insufficiencies in the proposed definition—e.g., “Whatever is just is virtuous” (Meno)—with the expectation of either refinement of the proposed definition or proposal of a different definition, in keeping with flaws in the definition, exposed by later questions.

     

    The end of all such elenctic Socratic dialogs was aporia—a state of puzzlement or confusion which characterizes an interlocutor who came to recognize that he did not or might not know what he had thought he knew. In Plato’s Socratic dialogs, interlocutors in aporia often walk away in anger from Socrates, but sometimes walk away accepting that they must now seek the knowledge they hitherto thought that they had.

     

    Socrates, Plato tells us in Apology, made few friends through his practice as he showed prominent Athenian politicians, poets, and craftsmen that they did not know the things they thought that they knew (things such as justice, piety, and beauty). He doubly irritated many, as the youth often imitated his methods. Hence, he was ultimately sentenced to death because of numerous charges, each reducible to corruption of the young.

     

    Socrates was not supposed to be sentenced to death, for Athenian democracy was in the main largely tolerant of differences of opinion—even somewhat disruptive differences of opinion (consider Epicurus’ philosophical Garden, which placed just outside Athens, preached a minimalist sort of hedonism, through freedom from mental disquiet, ataraxia, and social withdrawal). Socrates merely could not promise to stop doing what was considered by many to be so disruptive of daily Athenian affairs—his daily dialectic.

     

    There are too few genuine Socrateses in today’s higher education and even fewer students, willing to be challenged dialectically. Anyone who has taught in higher education for more than two decades has doubtless come to recognize that the “New Millennials” and even the generation beyond them, the students born in or after 2000, are difficult, if not impossible to teach. They are, in the words of Professor Elayne Clift, “devoid of originality, analytical ability, [and] intellectual curiosity.” She continues, “Having passed through a deeply flawed education system in which no one is paying attention to critical thinking and writing skills, they just want to know what they have to do to make their teachers tick the box that says ‘pass.’” All the other teachers do that.

     

    Why? Students have an effective tool, rage, through a sense of academic entitlement, which many utilize as a security blanket. When they perform poorly, as they often tend to do, they blame their poor performance on poor teaching. Teachers, due to pressure aligned with need of strong evaluations, seldom challenge inculpation. They are too afraid of poor evaluations and direct complaints, which may readily result in loss of adjunct work or failure to attain tenureship. Many teachers, I believe, now sheepishly accept the notion that they, not the students, are the problem. Moreover, students are also in a position of power because they are viewed as consumers, and institutions are in the market to attract as many students each year as they can attract. Education is increasingly following the pattern of successful businesses, which follow the mantras: The more customers, the more money, and the customer is always right.

     

    Socratic teaching in such a milieu is impossible, because it is designed principally to expose ignorance. Today’s students are entitled to a passing grade without working because they already know everything they really need to know. Each is a sun of his own solar system—no binary stellar systems here!—and the orbiting bodies orbit for the sake of that sun. Says Daniel Mendelson, “Perhaps because they have received more attention than any generation in the history of Homo sapiens, millennials seem to be convinced that every aspect of their existence, from their love lives to their struggles with reverse peristalsis, is of interest not just to their parents but to everyone else as well.”

     

    Plato millennia ago saw the problem as one of pure democracy (demokratia). In a democracy, according to Plato in Republic, each person thinks of himself as the equal of all others in all ways. The city is full of freedom and free speech and everyone is free to do what he wants to do when he wishes to do it. Democracy, constitutionally, is a “supermarket of constitutions,” as it embraces all persons and all rules. “[A democrat], always surrendering himself to whichever desire comes along, lives as if it were chosen by lot” (557a–561b). 

     

    Thomas Jefferson, of course, was aware of the pitfalls of democracy. There can be no such thing as a pure democracy over a large expanse of land, he avers, but only in a small parcel, such as a ward, where smallness of political space enables all to have an equal share in political matters. Hence, Jefferson, while in France, speaks to James Madison (30 Jan. 1787) of the need of representative government, where “the will of every one has a just [and not a direct] influence,” for affairs of state and country. Even with representative government, he continues to Madison, “the mass of mankind … enjoys a precious degree of liberty & happiness.” Nonetheless, “it has it’s evils too: the principal of which is the turbulence to which it is subject,” because of its embrace of freedom of expression.

     

    Yet the pitfall of turbulence is often massively misconstrued or hyperbolized by scholars—e.g., Conor Cruise O’Brien. Jefferson writes thus in a letter to Madison (20 Dec. 1787) of Shays’ Rebellion, an event which horrified many, especially New Englanders. “The late rebellion in Massachusetts had given more alarm than I think it should have done. Calculate that one rebellion in 13 states in the course of 11 years, is but one for each state in a century & an half. No country should be so long without one.” Earlier in the same year (Jan. 30), he writes to Madison, “A little rebellion now and then is a good thing & as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical.” Some six years later (3 Jan. 1793), he writes to William Short of the sanguinary effects of the French Revolution: “My own affections have been deeply wounded by some of the martyrs to this cause, but rather than it should have failed, I would have seen half the earth desolated. Were there but an Adam and an Eve left in every country, and left free, it would be better than as it now is.” The bloodshed of a rebellion is, of course, abominable in the short term, but “this evil is productive of good. It prevents the degeneracy of government, and nourishes a general attention to the public affairs.” In sum, what appears as a pitfall of democracy on a large scale is really its great strength.

     

    Jefferson did have an antidote—a means of preventing too many rebellions. That was periodic constitutional reform, effected through robust discussions by the people themselves. John Stuart Mill agrees. The strength of a vital democracy, Mill notes, is not only its tolerance of difference of opinions, but also the vitality with which it aims to iron out those differences through respectful, progressive debate. Robert Healey agrees: “Democracy is a means of determining courses of action through use of open and admitted conflict of opinion. Its ideal is not the achievement of a homogeneous society, but true cooperation, the working together of different people and groups who have deliberated with each other.” Thus, the aim of democratic thriving is citizens’ engagement with the institution through collisions of ideas. Those collisions are not purposeless, but aim at truth or at least heightened understanding of problems or issues in a solemn effort toward resolution.

     

    Robust discussion is what is missing in the educative climate of the twenty-first century which worships a new, radical liberalism—toleration of diversity of opinion as an end, not as a means. The teaching milieu in the twenty-first century embraces tolerance of differences, but not progress with the aim of ironing out those differences through respectful debate—the Jeffersonian ideal behind periodic constitutional renewal. Thus, with disavowal of the Jeffersonian ideal, there is avowal of Plato’s concept of democracy in which freedom has become an end, and a deteriorative end, and not a means to an end—human flourishing.

     

    We ought to strive today to recognize and aim at the Jeffersonian democratic ideal, not the Platonic degenerative conception. Within the ideal of Jeffersonian republicanism, there not only is room for Socratic methods of teaching, there also is need for Socratic methods of teaching. Why? It is, as Jefferson noted, better to have turbulent liberty than quiet servitude.


              

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    Vancouver Townhouse Inspection at #7 - 1203 Madison Ave

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    Meg Ryan Sexually Adventurous and Other Fine Things to Ogle 11.26.19

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    Keep your week rolling with these sexy links including Dove Cameron's tits, Dora Madison Burge's nip slip, and an in-depth look at Meg Ryan's fall from grace with In the Cut!

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    Geologic History of the Preserve and Madison Lakes – Nov 10, 2019

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    Dave Mickelson, in red jacket, explains the formation of the cliffs and caves along the east side of Eagle Heights Woods. Back by popular demand, Geologist Dave Mickelson pictured for a group of more than twenty participants the glaciers that were in the Four Lakes area 25,000 years ago and their effects on the landscape. As the photos attest, It was a chilly and overcast fall day, but the walk with him from the Lake Mendota shore at Raymer’s Cove up to the vistas in Eagle Heights Wo [...]
              

    Outdoor Education students present at the National 4-H Congress

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    Over the Thanksgiving weekend, Georgia College students Sophie Conerly, Sidney Parker, Rachel Chang, Hannah Kate Mulanax, Gigi Nicholl, Chris Clyde, Chloe Patterson, Ben Branch, Cole Gainey, & Madison Bowers presented at the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta. The National 4-H Congress hosts over 800 delegates from all over the country, representing most states and Puerto Rico.


              

    Photos – Billy Strings, 11/23/19, Madison Theater, Covington, KY

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    Lundborg wins 2019 Veteran World Championships

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    Scientists developing ‘smart toilet’ to collect health data

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    A team of scientists at the Morgridge Institute for Research at UW-Madison is working to develop a smart toilet. “Some people think we’re crazy,” said […]

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    35F Intelligence Analyst - Army National Guard - Madison, WI

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    Desktop Support - Sphinix Solutions - Madison, WI

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    Jessa Rhodes And Madison Ivy Extra Intimate

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    Down the drain: bowling balls, bacon grease, Legos

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    Once the water from your faucet or soggy noodles from dinner go down the drain, it’s just the beginning of a major process that many of us take for granted. One of the biggest misconceptions about drains is you can put anything down it, as long as it melts or you chase whatever you put down the drain with soap. If it never makes it through the pipe, chances are, you’ll have some major issues that will go deep into your wallet. In this episode, City of Madison Engineering Division Public Information Officer Hannah Mohelnitzky hosts City of Madison Engineering Operations Supervisor Jay Schlimgen and Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District Pollution Prevention Specialist Emily Jones to talk about what you should and shouldn’t be putting down your drain, and their answers may surprise you! From a field trip experiment to a bowling ball or two, you never know what you will find in the City’s sewer. Before you grind anything up in your garbage disposal, you’ll want to listen to this episode to learn what can go down the drain so you’re not paying for it in the long run.
              

    Overdose deaths on the rise in Madison County so far in 2019

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    Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) - Up to $20K Sign on and/ or relocation available till 12/ 31/ 2019 | Banfield Pet Hospital

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    Campus mourns Teju Olaniyan, renowned scholar of the African Diaspora - University of Wisconsin-Madison

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    Pestana abrirá un hotel de 30M € en Nueva York

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    Pestana Hotels abrirá en enero de 2020 su hotel número 100 y el primero en Nueva York. El hotel Pestana Park Avenue ha demandado una inversión superior a los 300 millones de euros


    El Pestana Park Avenue es un hotel boutique de 27 plantas, cuyo diseño interior combina elementos neoyorquinos y portugueses. La propiedad cuenta con 95 habitaciones, muchas de las cuales ofrecen vistas de algunos de los rascacielos más emblemáticos de Nueva York, como el Empire State Building o el Edificio Chrysler.

    El hotel se encuentra ubicado en el corazón de Manhattan, en la céntrica calle 39, entre la famosa Madison y Park Avenue, cerca de varias atracciones de la ciudad: la 5ª Avenida, la Terminal Grand Central, la Catedral de San Patricio, el Rockefeller Centery la sede de las Naciones Unidas, entre otras.

    “Es un orgullo celebrar la llegada de nuestro centésimo hotel en una ciudad como Nueva York. Este hito ha sido posible gracias al trabajo y la dedicación de todo el equipo a lo largo de todos estos años”, destacó Dionisio Pestana, presidente de Pestana Hotel Group, agregando que “Nueva York es un destino de primer orden mundial, muy competitivo, que estoy seguro que podremos conquistar con una gestión cuidadosa, basada en los valores de la hospitalidad portuguesa".

    Esta apertura se enmarca en la estrategia de internacionalización, inicialmente enfocada en los continentes africano y sudamericano, comenzando por Mozambique, seguido de Brasil y, más tarde, de las principales capitales europeas, como son Londres, Berlín, Ámsterdam y Madrid, para llegar también a Norteamérica.


              

    What's Happening with Cosmic Cinemas

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    People have been noticing and commenting on Facebook that Cosmic Cinemas, which opened a year ago in Fairview Plaza, in the same space where Fairview Cinema 3 enjoyed forty-four years of continuous operation, has been closed for the past week. An article in the Albany Times Union today reveals what's happening: "Hudson's Cosmic Cinemas theater closes, to re-open under Albany's Madison management."

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    Re: Wind Skeptics

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    Giannis, Bucks look to keep rolling against Knicks

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    Keep America Beautiful Selects 2019/2020 National Youth Advisory Council

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    Keep America Beautiful®, the nation’s leading community improvement nonprofit organization, has selected 17 high school students from across the country to serve on its eighth national Youth Advisory Council (YAC) over the course of the 2019/2020 school year.

    The Keep America Beautiful YAC provides a unique opportunity for high school students to participate in a service-learning and leadership development program focusing on environmental stewardship and sustainability.

    “The Keep America Beautiful Youth Advisory Council provides the members’ local communities an intersectional impact on the way we approach environmental wellness, protection, and community improvement,” said Keep America Beautiful Youth & Education Programs Manager Kathryn Joblon. “In addition to providing the students with an opportunity to foster their interest in community service, our Youth Advisory Council members also serve as our partners in helping bring our programs and resources to more students nationwide.”

    The members of the 2019/2020 YAC class include:

    • Madison Bell, Somerville, Tennessee

    • Sam Burg, Fort Myers Beach, Florida

    • Cooper Carrico, Mendenhall, Mississippi

    • Shannon Dougherty, Cape Coral, Florida

    • Ayusha Gautam, Stamford, Connecticut

    • Jaeger Griswold, Central Lake Michigan

    • Alex Henson, Cape Coral, Florida

    • Ashley Lin, Vancouver, Washington

    • Nathan Lissy, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

    • Jordan Mallis, Stamford, Connecticut

    • Megan McFadden, Naperville, Illinois

    • Maximus Moquin, Ponte Verde, Florida

    • Kaeli Nguyen, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    • Kiara Royer, New York, New York

    • Ben Solomon, Sarasota, Florida

    • Alison Trezek, Lithia, Florida

    • Amos Zelasney, Columbus, Nebraska

    The YAC members will act as ambassadors for youth service at the local level and will be provided stipends to implement local stewardship service projects. Previously, YAC classes have piloted and developed Keep America Beautiful initiatives that engage students in support of the Keep America Beautiful mission. The class of 2019/2020 will also attend the Keep America Beautiful National Conference, which takes place Feb. 12-14, 2020, in Memphis, Tennessee.

    Three students from the 2018/2019 YAC class – Madison Bell, Alex Henson, and Nathan Lissy – are continuing their participation on the 2019/2020 Council.

    Joblon indicated that these students will take on more significant leadership roles as well as continue their personal service projects focusing on community garden access for those living with disabilities, coastal community education and cleanups, and a native pollinator garden complete with a new bee colony, respectively.

    To learn more about Keep America Beautiful’s Education programs, visit kab.org/education.

    About Keep America Beautiful
    Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s leading community improvement nonprofit organization, inspires and educates people to take action every day to improve and beautify their community environment. Established in 1953, Keep America Beautiful strives to End Littering, Improve Recycling and Beautify America’s Communities. We believe everyone has a right to live in a clean, green and beautiful community, and shares a responsibility to contribute to that vision.

    Behavior change – steeped in education, research and behavioral science – is the cornerstone of Keep America Beautiful. We empower generations of community and environmental stewards with volunteer programs, hands-on experiences, educational curricula, practical advice and other resources. The organization is driven by the work and passion of more than 600 Keep America Beautiful affiliates, millions of volunteers, and the collaborative support of corporate partners, social and civic service organizations, academia, municipalities, elected officials, and individuals. Join us on FacebookInstagramTwitter and YouTube. Donate and take action at kab.org.

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    CONTACT
    Larry Kaufman
    +1 (203) 659-3014
    Keep America Beautiful
    http://www.twitter.com/kabtweet
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    http://www.instagram.com/keepamericabeautiful
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    Kathryn Joblon
    +1 (912) 651-6703
    Keep America Beautiful

              

    U.S. Department of Labor Presents Sodexo With Platinum HIRE Vets Medallion

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     Sodexo, a leading food services and facilities management company, announced today that its United States Marine Corps (USMC) East Coast operations earned a Platinum Award through the HIRE Vets Medallion Award Program. This is the only federal-level veterans’ employment award that recognizes a company or organization’s commitment to veteran hiring, retention, and professional development. This is also a very prestigious award with the U.S. Department of Labor and firmly establishes Sodexo as a preferred employer for our veterans.

    The Honoring Investments in Recruiting and Employing American Military Veterans Act of 2017 (HIRE Vets Act) required the Secretary of Labor to establish a program recognizing employer efforts to recruit, employ, and retain veterans. Employer-applicants meeting established criteria receive a HIRE Vets Medallion Award.

    “As the largest federal government foodservice provider and a company that serves members from all military branches on a daily basis, Sodexo keenly understands the incredible value veterans bring to the workforce,” said Kim Mullahey, Vice President, Human Resources, Sodexo Government, North America. “Not only are we proud of our work hiring veterans, we created programs and initiatives designed specifically to attract veterans to our company and retain them once on board. The HIRE Vets Medallion Award validates those efforts.”

    Sodexo and all other 2019 award winners were formally recognized at a ceremony on Wednesday, November 6 in Washington, D.C. Sodexo representatives accepted a framed medallion certificate, which was signed by United States Secretary of Labor, Eugene Scalia. Lori Ready-DiGiovanni, PHR, from Sodexo’s East Coast USMC Operations represented Sodexo at the awards ceremony.

    With more than 40 years of experience working municipal, state, federal and military clients, Sodexo's Government segment and its nearly 3,000 employees improve the Quality of Life for the people it serves at 150 military and U.S. Federal Government locations in 26 states. Headquartered in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, Sodexo provides a variety of integrated food and facilities management solutions and is the nation's largest federal foodservice contractor – serving 45.6 million meals annually with a focus on wellness and nutrition.

    CONTACT
    Madison Brennan
    +1 (301) 987-4636
    Sodexo

              

    Klobuchar Admits She Likes To Quote James Madison Because He Was Only 5’4″

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    Check out a couple renderings for Water Building 1 and Water Building 2 coming to Phase 2 of the Wharf

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    Courtesy of Hoffman & Associates From a press release: “Officials at Hoffman-Madison Waterfront (HMW), a joint venture of Hoffman & Associates and Madison Marquette, the co-developers of The Wharf, announced...
              

    Healthcare: Travel Nurse - ICU RN - Wilmington, DE - Miami, Florida

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    Travel CVICU Nurse (RN) Explore the country and make some great money with this great RN position in Wilmington, DE! Job Details --- Estimated $2,100 take home per week --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- DE/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
              

    Healthcare: Travel Nurse - Tele RN - Oklahoma, OK - Miami, Florida

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    Travel Tele Nurse (RN) Explore the country and make some great money with this great RN position in Oklahoma City, OK! Job Details --- Estimated $1,810 take home per week --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- OK/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
              

    Madison Beer - candids while outside the XIV Karats jewelry store in Los Angeles (November 20th, 2019)

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    Healthcare: Travel Nurse - OR RN - Bridgeton, MO - Miami, Florida

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    Travel OR First Assist Nurse (RN) Explore the country and make some great money with this great RN position in Bridgeton, MO! Job Details --- Estimated $2,080 take home per week --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- MO/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
              

    Healthcare: Travel Nurse - OR RN - El Paso, TX - Dallas, Texas

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    Travel OR Nurses (RN) Check out the El Paso Zoo with this great RN position in El Paso, TX! Job Details --- Estimated $2,000 per week gross --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- TX/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
              

    Demon Deacons set to play in first tourney final in 11 years

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    Monmouth football rolls past Holy Cross to first playoff win

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    Chinese Tech Titan Baidu Taps Hollywood And Madison Avenue

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    One of China’s tech titans, Baidu, is pursuing a new global business strategy that takes the Beijing-based search company far away from its roots to Hollywood movie promotion and Madison Avenue marketing and media.
              

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    De Marck Zuckerberg a Amancio Ortega: dónde viven y cuánto cuestan las casas de cinco de los hombres más ricos del mundo

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    De Marck Zuckerberg a Amancio Ortega: dónde viven y cuánto cuestan las casas de cinco de los hombres más ricos del mundo

    La lista Forbes 400 nos ha vuelto a mostrar recientemente quiénes son algunos de los hombres más ricos del mundo. Una lista en la que, para entrar, es necesario tener una fortuna mayor que 2.100 millones de dólares y en la que en 2019 se han mantenido a la cabeza el fundador y CEO de Amazon, Jeff Bezos, y Bill Gates en segunda posición. Los dos, además, tienen otra cosa en común y es que son vecinos. Algo que nos ha llevado a preguntarnos: ¿dónde y cómo viven los que más tienen?

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    La pequeña localidad residencial de Medina en Washington (Seattle) es uno de los códigos postales más ricos de todo el país norteamericano. Allí viven unas 3.000 personas con una renta per cápita media que ronda los 190.000 dólares al año. Siendo así, no es de extrañar que el valor medio de las casas sea de casi 2,8 millones de dólares. La del dueño de Microsoft es tan famosa que tiene hasta su propia página de Wikipedia.

    Se trata de una mansión valorada en 127 millones de dólares que se llama Xanadú 2.0 en honor a la del personaje principal de la película Ciudadano Kane y que cuenta con 6.000 metros cuadrados construidos.

    Residence Of Bill Gates

    En 1998, Gates pagó dos millones de dólares por todo el terreno. A los 300 obreros que trabajaron en su construcción les llevó un total de siete años y 63 millones de dólares construir la casa, fabricada con madera de pinos Douglas de más de 500 años de antigüedad.

    Tiene un total de 24 baños, 6 cocinas, diversos aparcamientos con capacidad para 23 coches, una biblioteca con 20 sofás y un salón capaz de albergar hasta 150 comensales en una cena o 200 personas de pie en un cóctel. Todo ello, además, de gimnasio con vestuarios separados para hombres y mujeres, baño de vapor, cine de estilo Art Deco con aforo para 20 personas y una casa de invitados de 176 metros cuadrados, por nombrar algunas prestaciones.

    Bill Gates House 2015

    La piscina (olímpica) también cuenta con su propio edificio y está dotada con un equipo de sonido que permite escuchar música dentro del agua. Aunque más estrafalario aún resulta que la cama elástica también tenga su propio cuarto, con techos de diez metros de altura, o que la arena de la playa se la traigan todos los años del Caribe.

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    Por su parte, Jeff Bezos ha situado su casa en Medina cerca de la sede central de Amazon y a solo un kilómetro de la de Gates. Se trata de un terreno de más de dos hectáreas que alberga una casa principal de más de 2.600 metros cuadrados y una cabaña de campo de 400. Las dos cuentan con 5 dormitorios y 4 baños. La propiedad le costó a Bezos 10 millones de dólares cuando la compró en 1998, está situada a orillas de lago Washington y cuenta con 94 metros de costa.

    Aunque el magnate, cuya fortuna valora Forbes en 135.600 millones de dólares, es famoso también por poseer otras muchas y espectaculares propiedades. Por un lado, tiene una villa de estilo español, de más de 20 millones de dólares, en Beverly Hills (Los Ángeles). Esta mansión dispone de siete habitaciones, el mismo número de baños, pista de tenis, piscina, cuatro fuentes y garaje con seis plazas.

    Bezos Beverly Hill

    Cambiando de estilo, compró un rancho en Van Horn, Texas, de más de 10.000 metros cuadrados y, en 2017, adquirió la casa más grande de Washington DC, que era un antiguo museo textil reconvertido en vivienda de lujo. Por ella pagó 23 millones de dólares, a los que habría que sumar los 12 que les costó reformarla. La reforma supuso construir 11 habitaciones, 25 cuartos de baño, cinco salas de estar, dos ascensores y un solarium.

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    Además, tiene diversas propiedades en los mejores rincones de Nueva York. Empezó en 1999 adquiriendo tres edificios de apartamentos en el Upper West Side. Una construcción, con espectaculares vistas a Central Park, que es un emblema del Art Decó. La última transacción en Manhattan la ha llevado a cabo este mismo año con un ático triplex y los dos pisos vecinos por 72 millones de dólares. Si el empresario uniera las tres viviendas tendría una sola de casi 1.600 m2 y 12 habitaciones.

    Está ubicado en la Quinta Avenida y tiene vistas al Madison Square Park, gimnasio, simulador de golf, sala de juegos y una sala de cine. La vivienda también cuenta con varias terrazas al aire libre. Están decoradas con vegetación en las paredes y disponen de camas balinesas, tumbonas para tomar el sol.

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    Warren Buffet

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    Warren Buffett es uno de los hombres más rico del mundo. Más concretamente, está posicionado el tercero en la lista de Forbes. Inversor y empresario, su fortuna está valorada en 87.000 millones de dólares. A pesar de ello, vive en la misma casa desde 1958, una mansión, más modesta que las anteriores, situada en un barrio tranquilo de Omaha (Nebraska). Buffett la compró, en su momento, por 31.500 dólares, lo que supone un 0,001% de su patrimonio. Aunque, según datos de Bussiness Insider, en la actualidad estaría valorada en unos 652.600 dólares.

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    La vivienda de 610 metros cuadrados, fue construida en 1921 y cuenta con 5 dormitorios, 3 baños, jardín y se encuentra vallada y protegida por cámaras. La razón por la que nunca se ha mudado es, como él mismo declaró en una famosa declaración recogida en un documental de la BBC, porque en ella es feliz y solo se mudaría si pensara que en otro lugar iba a ser más feliz.

    Mark Zuckerberg

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    La casa de Mark Zuckerberg, el cuarto en la lista Forbes 400, es una propiedad de 500 metros cuadrados, más sencilla que las de Bill Gates y Jeff Bezos. Se encuentra en la exclusiva zona de Edgewood Drive, en Palo Alto (California), a menos de 10 minutos en coche de la sede de Facebook en Menlo Park.

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    Zuckerberg la adquirió por 5,6 millones de dólares en 2011. Una compra a la que ha ido sumando las casas que la rodean por motivos de privacidad y para poder decidir personalmente quiénes son sus vecinos. Se trata de cuatro casas por las que pagó 24 millones de dólares.

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    Dispone de cinco habitaciones, la misma cantidad de baños y una piscina de agua salada. Aunque una de las partes más atractivas de la casa es su perímetro ya que dispone de un gran jardín al aire libre, ideal para organizar fiestas y eventos.

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    El interior de la casa se compone de suelos de madera y muebles sencillos y tradicionales, con una decoración bastante austera. No obstante, a pesar de su sencillez, la vivienda cuenta con un pabellón de entretenimiento, chimenea, barbacoa y spa.

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    Amancio Ortega

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    Según el ránking de las personas más adineradas del mundo que realiza anualmente Forbes, Amancio Ortega es el sexto hombre más rico del mundo y la primera fortuna de España.  La misma publicación ha estimado su fortuna en 63.200 millones de euros. No obstante, el empresario es conocido por su estilo de vida relativamente sencillo. Un reflejo de ello se encuentra en sus propiedades.

    Tras su separación de Rosalía Mera en 1986 se instaló en un dúplex con vistas a la playa de Orzán en el barrio de clase media de Zalaeta (A Coruña). Un barrio al que se le conoce popularmente como "Zaraeta" por el gran número de ejecutivos y mandos intermedios de Inditex que viven en él.

    Actualmente, Amancio Ortega reside en su casa de O Parrote, también en el centro de A Coruña, donde se celebró la boda de su hija Marta con Carlos Torretta. Se trata de un edificio de cuatro plantas, con una superficie construida de más de 3.000 metros cuadrados, que data de principios del siglo XIX y que fue rehabilitado por el empresario.

    Vista Aerea De La Zona Donde Estan La Casa De Ortega Y El Club Nautico Google

    Con un singular valor arquitectónico por su amplio frente, sus inmensas puertas de arco y por sus tres galerías, es uno de los edificios que conforman la emblemática fachada marítima de galerías de A Coruña. Además, Amancio Ortega cuenta también con una residencia familiar en el Pazo de Anceis, en una zona rural a las afueras de la ciudad.

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    No ha trascendido por cuánto dinero podría haber adquirido el empresario sus propiedades pero la zona de O Parrote es conocida por tener los alquileres más caros en el centro de la ciudad. Según un estudio de la Federación Galega de Empresas Inmobiliarias el precio por metro cuadrado del vecindario casi duplica la media de la ciudad de 7,3 euros.

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    Healthcare: Travel Nurse - OR RN - Madison, WI - Los Angeles, California

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    Travel OR Registered Nurse (RN) Earn $1,800-$1,900 weekly when you start your next travel opportunity with this great Registered Nurse (RN) position in Madison, WI. Job Details --- Estimated $1,800-$1,900 take home --- 36 hours per week --- 7:00A-7:00P or 7:00P-7:00A (Days or Nights available) --- 13 week contract with option to extend Job Requirements --- WI or Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license --- 1 year of recent OR experience --- Previous travel experience preferred --- 2 years of US work experience About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Luke Grahnert at lgrahnert@ghrtravelnursing.com / 716-235-1417 We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
              

    mechanical engineer - USA-GA-Madison

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    Assistant Professor or Professor of Practice in Marketing | Drew University

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    HTC senior starts own auction company

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    BY CHUCK VANDENBERGPCC EDITOR FORT MADISON – He hasn’t walked across the stage to get a diploma, or flip a tassle. But he’s ahead of his class for sure. Holy Trinity Catholic senior Mason Holvoet [Read More...]

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    Lee County Bank donates totes to Salvation Army meal program

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    FORT MADISON – Mike Culbertson, President & CEO of Lee County Bank, presented a check to Salvation Army Captain Linda Faye Jones, Food Ministry and Public Relations Assistant Donna Palmeter, and Major Leanna  Tuttle to [Read More...]

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    正規取扱店 AVIREX (アヴィレックス) AV6510 MADISON 2ホール マディソン ワラビー レザーブーツ BLACK

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    AVIREX(アヴィレックス) 元々は米軍指定の衣料業者であった「エアロレザーカンパニー」を前身とするレザー、サープラスウェアの老舗ブランド。 1975年に現在の「AVIREX(アヴィレックス」に変更し、フライトジャケットを中心に一般市場に浸透させファッションジャンルにおいてミリタリースタイルを確立。 現在ではレザーウェアに限らず、幅広いラインナップで親しまれています。

    AVIREX (アヴィレックス)正規取扱店THREEWOOD

    価格:11,000円(税込)

    AVIREX U.S.A.(アビレックス)

    AVIREX HISTORY
    1937年、アメリカ空軍のコンストラクターとして、ひとつの会社が発足する。
    「エアロ・レザー社」、アヴィレックスの前身である。
    当時からパイロットが身につける軍製品には、すべて詳細な規格が設けられていた。
    とりわけ品質については、戦闘機に与圧装置やヒーターがなかったこともあり、防寒性と機能性に厳しい条件が課せられていた。
    アヴィレックスはこれらをクリアし、パイロットたちの第二の皮膚とも例えられるウェアを次々と開発し、膨大な数の製品を納品してきた。
    1975年、フライトジャケットは街着として脚光を浴びるようになる。無駄のない機能的なデザイン、良質な素材、ノスタルジックな味わい。多くの人々がフライトジャケットに魅了された。これを機に一般市場に製品の供給を始め、「アヴィレックス社」が誕生。 大空に思いをはせた飛行家(アヴィエーター)を称えるアヴィレックス(空の王様)から生まれた社名だ。
    ミリタリーに起源を持つアヴィレックスは、機能的なデザインが醸し出す特有の美しさに支えられている。
    その個性的な表情は、映画「インディー・ジョーンズ」「トップガン」「メンフィスベル」などのスクリーンでも活躍し、喝采を浴びた。
    米国空軍より依頼を受け、1987年には米国空軍生誕40周年、1997年には50周年を記念したA-2ジャケットを限定納入していることこそが、本物の何よりの証しと言える。
    アヴィレックス...その魅力ある表情は、時を経ても色褪せることはない。

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    NJ Top Dentist, Dr. Samuel Romano, Receives Mastership Award From the...

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    NJ Top Dentist, Dr. Samuel Romano of Madison, New Jersey completed 1,100 hours of continuing dental education to receive the prestigious Mastership Award from the Academy of General Dentistry.

    (PRWeb December 02, 2019)

    Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/nj_top_dentist_dr_samuel_romano_receives_mastership_award_from_the_academy_of_general_dentistry/prweb16751530.htm


              

    Laboratory Processing Technician | Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin

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    JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL [2D] passed 12A

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    JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL was passed 12A on 27/11/2019. moderate violence. Directed by: Jake Kasdan. Cast includes: Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Madison Iseman.

              

    JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL passed 12A

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    JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL was passed 12A on 27/11/2019. moderate violence. Directed by: Jake Kasdan. Cast includes: Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Madison Iseman.

              

    Home For Sale In Manhattan, New York (RealtyWW) $599,000

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    Best deal off the Park! This 1 of a kind 1 beds home is located in an elegant, 19th century elevator townhouse, in 1 of the most desirable locations in all of NYC; just steps from Central Park between 5th and Madison Avenues.The unique layout of this prewar triplex is akin to living in your own mini-townhouse with separate levels for your bedroom, kitchen, and living room; each few steps apart.The Juliet balcony is large enough for you to sit and delight in the splendor of majestic mansions and townhouses, and views of Central Park.Beautiful wood flooring and exposed brick add to the character of this charming home which features excellent light, good closet space, and a flexible floorplan.Some images are partially staged.This intimate ten unit elevator cooperative recently remodeled its hallways, entry way

              

    Senior Staff Accountant - Sitka Salmon Shares - Madison, WI

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    Founded in 2012 by a food systems professor from the Midwest and a fisherman from Sitka, Alaska, Sitka Salmon Shares is now one of the nation’s largest…
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    Seasonal Sales Associate, BCBG Max Azria Macy's Hilldale - BCBG Max Azria Group, Inc. - Madison, WI

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    With an international vision of “bon chic, bon genre” (French for “good style, good attitude”), BCBGMAXAZRIAGROUP maintains the highest standards in creativity,…
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    VA - New Music Releases Week 47 of 2019 / 2019 / МР3

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    Категория: Музыка
    Размер: 1.96 GB
    Траффик: Раздают (отдают): 25, Скачивают (качают): 8
    Добавлен: 2019-11-30 13:20:46
    Описание: Исполнитель: VA
    Название альбома: New Music Releases Week 47 of 2019
    Год выпуска: 2019
    Жанр: Dance, Electronic, Hip-Hop, Pop, RnB


    01. Coldplay - Champion Of The World
    02. Harry Styles - Watermelon Sugar
    03. PARTYNEXTDOOR - Loyal (feat. Drake)
    04. Kesha - My Own Dance
    05. PRETTYMUCH - The Weekend
    06. Alicia Keys - Time Machine
    07. Tinashe - Save Room for Us
    08. Emily Burns - Hate Me Too
    09. Toby Green - Haze
    10. AJ Mitchell - Unstoppable
    11. Dennis Lloyd - Unfaithful
    12. Haim - Hallelujah
    13. Lil Xan - Wrong Way
    14. Smokepurpp - Dirty Dirty
    15. Jonas Aden - Library Thugs
    16. Wiberg - Overkill
    17. Wallaby - Paradise
    18. Alok - On & On
    19. Darren Styles - Pull Over (Are You Ready)
    20. Nora Van Elken - New Guinea
    21. Mark Ronson - Then There Were Two
    22. Alt Bloom - Stay
    23. Xxxtentacion - bad vibes forever
    24. Mr Eazi - Tony Montana
    25. Global Deejays - Boom (Turn It Up)
    26. Matt Nash - Closer
    27. No Etiquette - Spiders (AFK Remix)
    28. Navvy - Scared to Be Happy
    29. Jasmin Walia - Manana (Redfield Remix)
    30. Dirty Rush & Gregor Es - U Got 2 Move
    31. Stadiumx - Where Are You Now
    32. Mia Gladstone - GEEKIN
    33. Juanes - Tequila
    34. Pascal Junior - No Lies
    35. Terrace Martin - Intimidated
    36. Trippie Redd - Who Needs Love
    37. L8LOOMER - shinelikewhoa
    38. Turkum - As Long As I Got
    39. Pyro - Not Tomorrow
    40. Quix - My house is IKEA
    41. Felix Jaehn - Close Your Eyes
    42. X Lovers - Cut My Lip
    43. Casper Cole - I Want It All (feat. Elderbrook)
    44. Laidback Luke - Step By Step (Dannic Remix)
    45. Jay Critch - Cameras
    46. Syn Cole - Mind Blown
    47. pluko - on the way
    48. Triple M - Sinner (Radio Edit)
    49. MOTi x Aiaya - No Work Today
    50. Bart B More - What U Know
    51. Filmore - London
    52. Fredo Bang - Mongoose
    53. Johnny Orlando - All These Parties (Felix Cartal Remix)
    54. Pixel Terror - Millennia
    55. Tjr - Just Gets Better (Majestic & Luis Rumore Remix)
    56. Hardwell - Go To War
    57. Pyro - Kiss U
    58. Fancy Cars - Cross My Heart
    59. Syence - Edge Off
    60. 03 Greedo - Disco Shit
    61. Johan Lenox - no one wants to dance anymore
    62. Tensnake - Rules
    63. Lady Bee - Mess (feat. AMY MIYU)
    64. Ginger Root - B4
    65. DaVido - D & G
    66. Sagan - Take Me There
    67. DVBBS - GOMF (Tim Baresko Remix)
    68. Stephen Puth - Crying My Eyes Out
    69. Moguai - ACIIID (Kryder x Benny Benassi Remix)
    70. Gracie Abrams - Stay
    71. Kastra - Issues (feat. Bianca Linta)
    72. Zero 9_36 - Come Thru
    73. Croatia Squad - Feeling You
    74. Ownboss - Unfucking Believable
    75. TMW - All of My Love (Riggi & Piros Remix)
    76. David Guetta - Make It To Heaven (with Raye)
    77. A R I Z O N A - Problems (Ship Wrek Remix)
    78. Bearson - All In
    79. Denis First - Like This
    80. Lolo Zouai - Money Diamonds Roses
    81. Blac Youngsta - Like A Pro
    82. Alle Farben - As Far as Feelings Go (Yves V Remix)
    83. Tep No - Autopilot
    84. Wahlstedt - Nobody Else
    85. Mark Sixma - Million Miles (GATTUSO Remix)
    86. Taylor Janzen - What I Do
    87. Luca Debonaire - Fall In Love With U (Radio Edit)
    88. Timmy Trumpet - Carnival (Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Edit)
    89. Nina Nesbitt - Still Waiting to Start
    90. Summer Walker - Something Real
    91. Eli & Fur - Wall To Wall
    92. Christian Alexander - So High
    93. MKTO - Consider Me Yours
    94. Guaynaa - Full Moon
    95. Magnificence - Unboring the Future
    96. Deadmau5 - SATRN (Radio Edit)
    97. Feed Me - Nothing Hurts Like You (feat. Sam Calver)
    98. Carlie Hanson - Side Effects
    99. Nasty Cherry - Fuck Modern Love
    100. Funk Machine - Gonna Be Alright
    101. 4B - Did You
    102. Chika - Can't Explain It (feat. Charlie Wilson)
    103. Jason Aldean - Tattoos and Tequila
    104. Palaye Royale - Massacre, The New American Dream
    105. DENM - Alright
    106. King Arthur - Friday (Zendlo Remix)
    107. Armin van Buuren - Let The Music Guide You (ASOT 950 Anthem)
    108. Todd Terry - You Get Down
    109. Matt Maeson - Go Easy (Andrelli Remix)
    110. Bad Bunny - Vete
    111. Fatboy Slim - The Weekend Starts Here
    112. Get Real - Jolean
    113. Vice Menta - FUSILANDO TUS MEMORIAS
    114. Meghan Trainor - Wave (R3HAB Remix)
    115. Party Favor - Chicken Dinner
    116. doctor P - Voices
    117. Farina - Asi Asi
    118. ARMNHMR - The Universe Is Yours (feat. Micah Martin)
    119. graves, High Zombie - GHOSTS
    120. 24kgoldn - PED OUTTA COLLEGE
    121. Tech N9ne - Angel Baby
    122. Arsen - Goodbye
    123. Ekali - Hard To Say Goodbye (feat. Chloe Angelides)
    124. Bear Grillz - The Way We Were
    125. Jessie J - One More Try
    126. Koven - Your Pain
    127. Spencer Barnett - I'm Fine
    128. Torren Foot - More Life
    129. Sean Tyas - Banshee (James Dymond Remix)
    130. Cid - ME N U
    131. Botnek - Gimme That Juice
    132. Elah Hale - Posters
    133. Mahalo - So Cold (feat. Lily Denning)
    134. Limited Tym - Don't Give Up
    135. Casey Veggies - Big Racks (feat. Iamsu)
    136. Good Times Ahead, Noizekid - Malvada (feat. Juan Por Dios)
    137. LIVA (BR) - How To Love
    138. Madison Avenue - Don't Call Me Baby (Super Disco Club Remix - Edit)
    139. Bassjackers - Mush, Mush (2019 Reboot)
    140. Kove - The Music
    141. MfnMelo - What a Life
    142. Fatum - Raid 51
    143. Alma - Bad News Baby
    144. Cazzette - GOOD_BAD (feat. R0RY)
    145. Joe Smooth - Promised Land (Erick Morillo Remix)
    146. The Japanese House - Chewing Cotton Wool
    147. Big Freedia - Louder (feat. Icona Pop)
    148. Sofi Tukker - Purple Hat (Novak Remix)
    149. Scotty Boy - Lost In The Groove (DJ Vartan & Techcrasher Radio Edit)
    150. Litany - Single Player Mode
    151. Wasback - Alive
    152. Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now (Dom Dolla Remix)
    153. Barren Gates - S.O.S
    154. Mozzy - Everybody On Go
    155. CITYZEN - Misomaniac
    156. Beele - Tu Boca
    157. RL Grime - Formula
    158. Prince Fox - Same Love
    159. Jack Back - Freedom (Harry Romero Remix)
    160. Moody Good - Kush
    161. Tynan - Interdimensional
    162. Only The Family - Blika Blika
    163. Delaney Jane - Circling The Cage
    164. ICON - Dificil
    165. Lewis Capaldi - Before You Go
    166. Stormzy - Own It (feat. Ed Sheeran & Burna Boy)
    167. Phangs - I Forgot You
    168. StayLoose - Tiny Warrior (No-One Remix)
    169. Kaskade - My Light
    170. Dombresky - Trust The Process
    171. Adam Melchor - I CHOOSE YOU
    172. Little Big Town - Sugar Coat
    173. The Knocks - Exit Sign (feat. Gallant) (Wongo Remix)
    174. Des Rocs - Give me the Night
    175. Jhay Cortez - Easy (Remix)
    176. Mitis - Mercy
    177. Flipp Dinero - Westside
    178. James Arthur - Quite Miss Home (Steve Void Remix)
    179. Maggie Rogers - Love You For A Long Time
    180. Ozzy Osbourne - Straight to Hell
    181. Barkley - Supernatural
    182. Showtek - Straight Shots
    183. astn - Ain't Dumb
    184. Grace VanderWaal - Poser
    185. Leyla Blue - I Don't Wanna Know
    186. Matt Lange - Push
    187. Above & Beyond - Another Angel
    188. Lola Young - Blind Love
    189. Hannah Diamond - The Ending
    190. Ben Bohmer - Decade
    191. U2 - Ahimsa
    192. Nurko - If It Isn't You
    193. Scarypoolparty - Millennial Love
    194. The Who - I Don't Wanna Get Wise
    195. Convex - Home Soon
    196. Don Omar - No Te Vayas
    197. Taliwhoah - Sweet Sweet
    198. WE ARE FURY - Echoes
    199. Rusko - One Family
    200. Kloud - ERROR
    201. Wildchild - Renegade Master
    202. Piero Pirupa - Bassface
    203. C. Tangana - 5 Stars
    204. Lane 8 - The Gift
    205. Piero Pirupa - Acid Skream
    206. Galantis - Faith (feat. Mr. Probz) (Jewelz & Sparks Remix)
    207. Deadmau5 - COASTED (Radio Edit)
    208. Gorgon City - Roped In
    209. LO'99 - Stay High (LO'99 VIP Mix)
    210. Deaton Chris Anthony - Late Night Lovin'
    211. Ferry Corsten - I Am You
    212. Billy Da Kid - You Get What You Give (Music in You) (Joel Corry Dub)
    213. Labrinth - Oblivion
    214. Starkillers - Do You Want A Bag
    215. Lil Poppa - On My Own
    216. Beck - Chemical
    217. Au5 - Dusk (Feat. Nori)
    218. Giveon - LIKE I WANT YOU
    219. A Great Big World - Fall On Me
    220. Pete Tong - Show Me Love
    221. Ciara - Melanin
    222. SAYGRACE - Doin' Too Much
    223. destructo - Twisted
    224. Robotaki - Quasar
    225. Black Caviar - Kubrick Faked The Moon Landing
    226. Fahjah - Dance with Me
    227. Josh Butler - Wormhole (EAT) (Edit)
    228. Fangs - Solace (Original Mix)
    229. Purple Haze - You & Me (Goose Remix)
    230. i_o - Rave 444
    231. Nur Jaber - Rave With Me
    232. Little Fritter - Bumpin N' Jumpin (Original Mix)
    233. Franky Wah - Nightfall
    234. Idris Elba - On Life (Illyus & Barrientos Remix)
    235. Clark - Branding Problem
    236. Miguel Campbell - Nobody Wants To Be
    237. Mat Zo - Games
    238. Amine Edge & DANCE - That's Right Lil' Bitch (Original Mix)
    239. A-Trak - What Can I Do
    240. Matthias Tanzmann - Continue to Love
    241. Pan-Pot - Confronted (Pan-Pot Basement Remix)
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    VA - The Playlist - Big Ones 2019 / 2019 / МР3

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    Категория: Музыка
    Размер: 396.64 MB
    Траффик: Раздают (отдают): 5, Скачивают (качают): 0
    Добавлен: 2019-11-28 09:58:36
    Описание: Исполнитель: VA
    Название альбома: The Playlist - Big Ones 2019
    Год выпуска: 2019
    Жанр: Pop


    CD1:
    01. Lil Naz X Ft Billy Ray Cyrus - Old Town Road
    02. Kygo & Whitney Houston - Higher Love
    03. Tones And I - Dance Monkey
    04. MeduZa Ft Goodboys - Piece Of Your Heart
    05. Ed Sheeran Ft Stormzy - Take Me Back To London
    06. Ariana Grande - Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored
    07. Avicii Ft Aloe Blacc - SOS
    08. Billie Eilish - Bad Guy
    09. Post Malone - Wow.
    10. Sam Smith Ft Normani - Dancing With A Stranger
    11. Halsey - Without Me
    12. Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now
    13. Joel Corry - Sorry
    14. Jax Jones & Martin Solveig Ft Madison Beer - All Day & Night
    15. Sam Feldt Ft RANI - Post Malone
    16. Shawn Mendes - If I Can't Have You
    17. Jess Glynne & Jax Jones - One Touch
    18. Taylor Swift Ft Brendon Urie - ME!
    19. Selena Gomez - Lose You To Love Me
    20. Normani - Motivation
    21. Stormzy - Vossi Bop
    22. Wiley Ft Stefflon Don, Sean Paul & Idris Elba - Boasty
    23. Young T & Bugsey Ft Aitch - Strike A Pose
    24. Post Malone Ft Young Thug - Goodbyes
    25. Tom Walker - Just You & I
    26. Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Loved
    Продолжительность: 01:19:12

    CD2:
    01. Ed Sheeran Ft Justin Bieber - I Don't Care
    02. Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello - Senorita
    03. Ava Max - Sweet But Psycho
    04. Ariana Grande - 7 Rings
    05. Calvin Harris Ft Rag N Bone Man - Giant
    06. Lizzo - Good As Hell
    07. Mabel - Don't Call Me Up
    08. Post Malone Ft Swae Lee - Sunflower
    09. Jax Jones Ft Bebe Rexha - Harder
    10. Sam Smith - How Do You Sleep
    11. Ed Sheeran Ft Camila Cabello & Cardi B - South Of The Border
    12. Jax Jones Ft Ella Henderson - This Is Real
    13. Jonas Brothers - Sucker
    14. Little Mix - Bounce Back
    15. Panic! At The Disco - High Hopes
    16. Lewis Capaldi - Hold Me While You Wait
    17. Pink - Walk Me Home
    18. Mark Ronson Ft Miley Cyrus - Nothing Breaks Like A Heart
    19. Sigala Ft Becky Hill - Wish You Well
    20. Riton x Oliver Heldens Ft Vula - Turn Me On
    21. Tiesto & Jonas Blue Ft Rita Ora - Ritual
    22. Regard - Ride It
    23. AJ Tracey - Ladbroke Grove
    24. Aitch - Taste (Make It Shake)
    25. Dominic Fike - 3 Nights
    Продолжительность: 01:18:56


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    Продолжительность: 02:40:23
              

    Keep America Beautiful Selects 2019/2020 National Youth Advisory Council

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    Keep America Beautiful®, the nation’s leading community improvement nonprofit organization, has selected 17 high school students from across the country to serve on its eighth national Youth Advisory Council (YAC) over the course of the 2019/2020 school year.

    The Keep America Beautiful YAC provides a unique opportunity for high school students to participate in a service-learning and leadership development program focusing on environmental stewardship and sustainability.

    “The Keep America Beautiful Youth Advisory Council provides the members’ local communities an intersectional impact on the way we approach environmental wellness, protection, and community improvement,” said Keep America Beautiful Youth & Education Programs Manager Kathryn Joblon. “In addition to providing the students with an opportunity to foster their interest in community service, our Youth Advisory Council members also serve as our partners in helping bring our programs and resources to more students nationwide.”

    The members of the 2019/2020 YAC class include:

    • Madison Bell, Somerville, Tennessee

    • Sam Burg, Fort Myers Beach, Florida

    • Cooper Carrico, Mendenhall, Mississippi

    • Shannon Dougherty, Cape Coral, Florida

    • Ayusha Gautam, Stamford, Connecticut

    • Jaeger Griswold, Central Lake Michigan

    • Alex Henson, Cape Coral, Florida

    • Ashley Lin, Vancouver, Washington

    • Nathan Lissy, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

    • Jordan Mallis, Stamford, Connecticut

    • Megan McFadden, Naperville, Illinois

    • Maximus Moquin, Ponte Verde, Florida

    • Kaeli Nguyen, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    • Kiara Royer, New York, New York

    • Ben Solomon, Sarasota, Florida

    • Alison Trezek, Lithia, Florida

    • Amos Zelasney, Columbus, Nebraska

    The YAC members will act as ambassadors for youth service at the local level and will be provided stipends to implement local stewardship service projects. Previously, YAC classes have piloted and developed Keep America Beautiful initiatives that engage students in support of the Keep America Beautiful mission. The class of 2019/2020 will also attend the Keep America Beautiful National Conference, which takes place Feb. 12-14, 2020, in Memphis, Tennessee.

    Three students from the 2018/2019 YAC class – Madison Bell, Alex Henson, and Nathan Lissy – are continuing their participation on the 2019/2020 Council.

    Joblon indicated that these students will take on more significant leadership roles as well as continue their personal service projects focusing on community garden access for those living with disabilities, coastal community education and cleanups, and a native pollinator garden complete with a new bee colony, respectively.

    To learn more about Keep America Beautiful’s Education programs, visit kab.org/education.

    About Keep America Beautiful
    Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s leading community improvement nonprofit organization, inspires and educates people to take action every day to improve and beautify their community environment. Established in 1953, Keep America Beautiful strives to End Littering, Improve Recycling and Beautify America’s Communities. We believe everyone has a right to live in a clean, green and beautiful community, and shares a responsibility to contribute to that vision.

    Behavior change – steeped in education, research and behavioral science – is the cornerstone of Keep America Beautiful. We empower generations of community and environmental stewards with volunteer programs, hands-on experiences, educational curricula, practical advice and other resources. The organization is driven by the work and passion of more than 600 Keep America Beautiful affiliates, millions of volunteers, and the collaborative support of corporate partners, social and civic service organizations, academia, municipalities, elected officials, and individuals. Join us on FacebookInstagramTwitter and YouTube. Donate and take action at kab.org.

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    CONTACT
    Larry Kaufman
    +1 (203) 659-3014
    Keep America Beautiful
    http://www.twitter.com/kabtweet
    http://www.facebook.com/keepamericabeautiful
    http://www.instagram.com/keepamericabeautiful
    http://www.youtube.com/kabnetwork
    Kathryn Joblon
    +1 (912) 651-6703
    Keep America Beautiful

              

    U.S. Department of Labor Presents Sodexo With Platinum HIRE Vets Medallion

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     Sodexo, a leading food services and facilities management company, announced today that its United States Marine Corps (USMC) East Coast operations earned a Platinum Award through the HIRE Vets Medallion Award Program. This is the only federal-level veterans’ employment award that recognizes a company or organization’s commitment to veteran hiring, retention, and professional development. This is also a very prestigious award with the U.S. Department of Labor and firmly establishes Sodexo as a preferred employer for our veterans.

    The Honoring Investments in Recruiting and Employing American Military Veterans Act of 2017 (HIRE Vets Act) required the Secretary of Labor to establish a program recognizing employer efforts to recruit, employ, and retain veterans. Employer-applicants meeting established criteria receive a HIRE Vets Medallion Award.

    “As the largest federal government foodservice provider and a company that serves members from all military branches on a daily basis, Sodexo keenly understands the incredible value veterans bring to the workforce,” said Kim Mullahey, Vice President, Human Resources, Sodexo Government, North America. “Not only are we proud of our work hiring veterans, we created programs and initiatives designed specifically to attract veterans to our company and retain them once on board. The HIRE Vets Medallion Award validates those efforts.”

    Sodexo and all other 2019 award winners were formally recognized at a ceremony on Wednesday, November 6 in Washington, D.C. Sodexo representatives accepted a framed medallion certificate, which was signed by United States Secretary of Labor, Eugene Scalia. Lori Ready-DiGiovanni, PHR, from Sodexo’s East Coast USMC Operations represented Sodexo at the awards ceremony.

    With more than 40 years of experience working municipal, state, federal and military clients, Sodexo's Government segment and its nearly 3,000 employees improve the Quality of Life for the people it serves at 150 military and U.S. Federal Government locations in 26 states. Headquartered in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, Sodexo provides a variety of integrated food and facilities management solutions and is the nation's largest federal foodservice contractor – serving 45.6 million meals annually with a focus on wellness and nutrition.

    CONTACT
    Madison Brennan
    +1 (301) 987-4636
    Sodexo

              

    St. Nicholas Holiday Ball - Pasadana

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    Start: 12/15/2019 - 3:00pm
    End: 12/15/2019 - 9:30pm

    The Historical Tea & Dance Society requests the pleasure of your company at our holiday formal ball!

    LOCATION

    Pasadena Scottish Rite Hall
    150 N. Madison Ave., Pasadena, CA 91101
    (cross streets: Colorado Boulevard and Walnut Street)
    Please use the North entrance (on the left side of the building)


    If you are not yet on our mailing list, please contact us to receive a monthly invitation. Your RSVP will help us plan for our tea to ensure bountiful portions for all.
    Contact: victorianteaanddance@gmail.com
              

    2019-20 Grand Prix Final Preview: Ice Dance

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    Close battle ahead between top teams All six teams in the Ice Dance event have competed before in the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final, but only three were there last year. Madison Hubbell/Zachary Donohue (USA) are the defending champions while Victoria Sinitsina/Nikita Katsalapov (RUS) are the reigning silver medalists. Alexandra Stepanova/Ivan Bukin (RUS) […]

    The post 2019-20 Grand Prix Final Preview: Ice Dance appeared first on Golden Skate.


              

    Canelo Vows To Never Allow DAZN to Delay Future Contests

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    By: Hans Themistode

    This past November 2nd, was a historic day in boxing history. Yet, it was also a frustrating one.

    Canelo Alvarez was successful in his bid to become a four division world champion as he moved up to the Light Heavyweight division to take on then champion Sergey Kovalev. The contest took place at the MGM Grand, Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Although Alvarez was giving up a ton of size in the contest, he found a way to come away with the victory. The contest started slow between the two, but things picked up in the later rounds. After appearing to slow down, Alvarez managed to stop his bigger opponent in the eleventh round courtesy of a right hand from Alvarez.

    The results of the contest were not surprising, but what preceded said bout was.

    Although Canelo vs Kovalev was a huge contest. One that drew the interest of both hardcore and casual fans, it wasn't the only massive contest that took place on the night. Several hundred miles away at Madison Square Garden, in New York City, UFC stars Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz took the city by storm at UFC 244.

    Not only were the two contest taking place on the same night, but they were also taking place at roughly the same time. Fight fans would be forced to choose between the two. This isn't the first time something like this has happened. It doesn't occur often but when it does, both contests usually take place and fans simply choose where their allegiance lies. This time around however, something unusual happened.

    Following a quick stoppage win in the first round during the co main event, fans and media alike were forced to wait over an hour and a half for the main event to take place. Instead of allowing both Canelo and Kovalev to take place, DAZN decided to put their main event on hold while they awaited the conclusion of Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz.

    Yes, DAZN made the biggest star in boxing wait while another contest in an entirely different sport took place.

    Wait, there’s more.

    DAZN also played the UFC contest in the arena to the thousands of fans that were waiting.

    Multiple camera shots showed both Canelo and Kovalev taking a nap on their respective couches in the back room while they awaited their turn to enter the ring.

    DAZN’s logic behind their thought process was that if they simply waited for the UFC contest to be over, that they would see even more subscriptions. According to executive’s with DAZN, that is exactly what happened. Although they have not confirmed just how much more subscriptions they gained from waiting.

    Still, whether it was a success for DAZN or not, it left a sour taste in the mouth’s of many that were there.

    Boxing promoter Leonard Ellerbe, who helped build Floyd Mayweather into the biggest star the boxing world has ever seen, was adamant in his displeasure over what the streaming platform had done to Canelo.

    “That would have never happened with a Floyd/Showtime event. Never ever!” Said Ellerbe.

    Add Showtime boss Stephen Espinoza amongst those who were critical of DAZN as well.

    “Stalling a Canelo fight so we can all sit in the arena and watch MMA on screens is insane,” said Espinoza. “An insult to the sport of boxing in general and to Canelo & Kovalev in particular. Fans came to MGM to watch boxing. If they wanted to watch MMA, they would have stayed home and done so.”

    Whether or not DAZN will pull off another delay is still questionable. However, as long as he is apart of their platform, Canelo has vowed to never allow it to happen again.

    “I will not allow them to do that,” said Canelo. “At least for my fights. I will talk to them [DAZN]”.

    With Canelo slated to return to the ring in May of 2020, let's hope that we will no longer have to deal with a delay ever again.

    The post Canelo Vows To Never Allow DAZN to Delay Future Contests appeared first on BoxingInsider.com.


              

    Andy Ruiz: “We Are Meditating, We Are Preparing”

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    By: Sean Crose

    “It’s amazing man,” said WBA, IBF, and WBO world heavyweight titlist Andy Ruiz, commenting on Saudi Arabia's newly constructed Diriyah Arena. “It’s crazy how they built everything in a month and a half. It’s amazing to be fighting over here, it’s going to be really historic and I’m planning to make history over here.” The fifteen thousand seat arena has been erected specifically to house next Saturday's rematch between Ruiz and the man he beat, former titlist Anthony Joshua, in an upset thriller last spring. The bout, which will be aired live on the DAZN streaming service, is quite possibly the most anticipated fight of the year.

    Per Matchroom Boxing, which is promoting the match: “The 15,000-seater stadium has been constructed in the ancient remains of Saudi Arabia’s first capital, a place fittingly known as the ‘home of kings and heroes.” Ruiz was clearly impressed with how fast the facility had been constructed. “It’s a lot different. When I first got here none of this was here so it’s unbelievable. All the workers and all the people who have put their efforts in, their designs in, this event and this arena is just something amazing.”

    Some have been vocally opposed to Ruiz-Joshua2 going down in a nation regularly targeted for engaging in human rights abuses. The promoters decided to move ahead, however, and now all eyes will be on Saudi Arabia, rather than New York, Las Vegas, or London. As for the defending champion, the 33-1 Ruiz is focusing on the considerable challenge of besting the 22-1 Joshua a second time. “Right now, we are meditating, we are preparing, we are getting sharper in the ring and training as well,” the fighter known as “Destroyer” claimed. “We are visualizing the fight and becoming victorious.”

    Ruiz literally stunned the sports' world in early June when he stopped Joshua in the Englishman's American debut at Madison Square Garden. It was arguably supposed to be a pit stop in the undefeated Joshua's stunning career, a chance for the man to introduce himself in person to American audiences before eventually moving on to more colorful battles with the likes of Deontay Wilder, and/or Tyson Fury. The pudgy challenger ruined a lot of plans that night, but probably gained a lot of fans, as well, as everyone loves a Rocky story. “To all my fans please come and support me,” said Ruiz. “it’s going to be a huge fight, it’s the Clash On The Dunes. We are two big guys fighting each other looking to be the Heavyweight Champion of the World.”

    Although he won the first battle with Joshua, it wasn't a one sided affair, and fans and analysts are wondering exactly how this rematch will turn out. “He’s trying to take my belts away,” Ruiz claimed, “so I’m going to do everything that’s possible to win and I’m going to do it for all my people.” As for what fans can expect on December 7th when he faces Joshua for the second time, Ruiz was abundantly clear. “They can expect to see someone who is not giving up,” he said, “and doing everything possible to win, God willing we are going to take this victory.”

    The post Andy Ruiz: “We Are Meditating, We Are Preparing” appeared first on BoxingInsider.com.


              

    Michigan Shaolin Wugong Temple

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    Actor Graham Skipper Talks Bliss [Frightfest 2019 Interview]

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    Wicked Horror is the author of Actor Graham Skipper Talks Bliss [Frightfest 2019 Interview]. Wicked Horror is the internet's only horror fan site for free original horror movies, news, review & more.

    Graham Skipper is one of the best actors working in horror nowadays, who, in the midst of his busy career also managed to direct his own startlingly assured debut, Sequence Break. Skipper’s ongoing partnership with writer-director Joe Begos continues to bear the strangest, and most fascinating fruit, too. Following on from Almost Human and The Mind’s Eye, both scrappy sci-fi movies, Bliss is a swift turn from what we know of these two hugely talented lads. To be clear, the actor isn’t front and center this time around, instead showing up in a supporting role as a drug dealer with the coolest mutton chops ever committed to celluloid. Skipper isn’t the focus of Bliss, but he’s an important component, providing our anti-heroine, Dezzy (a revelatory Dora Madison), with the titular mind-bending substance. Also, his name is Hadrian. Just let that sink in for a second; a drug dealer with mutton chops called Hadrian. Related: Bliss [Frightfest 2019 Review] Bliss is one of the best horror movies of 2019, no question; a wild, weird, gory, and utterly hypnotic ride that takes in references to everything from Near Dark to The Lost Boys to Queen of the Damned. It’s a vampire movie, a drug movie, and a movie about the creative process, but it’s also fiercely feminist, unflinchingly brutal, and stunningly shot to within an inch of its life. Bliss is Begos’s calling card and it makes me insanely excited for what he’s going to do next, but it’s yet another example of Skipper’s abilities too, even when he’s a background player. The Frightfest synopsis pointed to the movie’s innate uniqueness: FrightFest showcased his Almost Human and The Mind’s Eye and now Joe Begos, the quirkiest director on the independent horror scene, is back with a zeitgeisty, fresh and thrilling trip into terror. A brilliant painter facing the worst creative block of her life turns to anything she can to complete her masterpiece and recklessly indulges in a series of drug binges. As the narcotics fly out of control and spiral into a hallucinatory hell-scape of highs, lows, sex, and murder in the sleazy underbelly of Los Angeles, so does her newfound, and inexplicable, yet unquenchable craving for blood. Written and directed by Begos, Bliss stars Madison, Skipper, fellow horror hero Jeremy Gardner (The Battery), and Dru Collins and Rhys Wakefield as a couple of the coolest vampires in town. At just 80 minutes, it doesn’t waste a second of screen time and was shot on glorious 16 mm to give it a gorgeously grainy texture. Seriously, seek it out. You won’t be disappointed. See Also: Director Joe Begos Talks Bliss [Frightfest 2019 Interview] Wicked Horror nabbed Skipper on the red carpet at Frightfest 2019 mostly to discuss those all-important mutton chops. Check it out below. Interview conducted by: Joey Keogh Camera: Richard Waters Editing: Richard Waters

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    Healthcare: Travel Nurse - Tele RN - Oklahoma, OK - New York, New York

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    Travel Tele Nurse (RN) Explore the country and make some great money with this great RN position in Oklahoma City, OK! Job Details --- Estimated $1,810 take home per week --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- OK/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
              

    Executive Director - Tenant Resource Center - Madison, WI

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    Coordinate Board Activities with the TRC Board President. Compile and provide TRC business statistics and compliance reports to Board monthly and as requested. $70,000 a year
    From Simply Hired - Wed, 29 May 2019 18:52:26 GMT - View all Madison, WI jobs
              

    Health & Safety Consultant - TRC Companies Inc - Madison, WI

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    TRC is looking for talented health and safety professionals to help grow our Central Region consulting practice. Perform health and safety compliance audits.
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    GIS Coordinator - TRC Companies Inc - Madison, WI

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    TRC is seeking a dynamic, highly motivated GIS Coordinator to provide technical support for clients and fellow TRC staff.
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    Senior CAD Designer - TRC Companies Inc - Madison, WI

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    TRC is currently looking for a Senior Civil 3D Designer. TRC is an engineering, consulting, and construction management firm that provides integrated services…
    From TRC Companies Inc - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 03:06:28 GMT - View all Madison, WI jobs
              

    GIS Team Leader - TRC Companies Inc - Madison, WI

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    TRC serves a broad range of clients in government and industry, implementing complex projects from initial concept to delivery and operation.
    From TRC Companies Inc - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 21:06:08 GMT - View all Madison, WI jobs
              

    Civil-Structural Engineer I/II (Utility Transmission Engineering) - TRC Companies Inc - Madison, WI

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    TRC Power Delivery offers a full range of design and planning services for virtually any transmission or communication line project.
    From TRC Companies Inc - Tue, 24 Sep 2019 21:06:29 GMT - View all Madison, WI jobs
              

    Geo-Environmental Project Manager - TRC Companies Inc - Madison, WI

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    The goal will be to capture follow-on work, expand TRC service offerings, and support TRC value propositions. Sales development of clients through direct client…
    From TRC Companies Inc - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 03:06:59 GMT - View all Madison, WI jobs
              

    Plyšák zachránil holčičce (3) život: Zastavil zbloudilou kulku!

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    Štěstí v neštěstí měla teprve tříletá holčička z amerického Wisconsinu, jíž zachránil život oblíbený plyšový žralok. Zastavil totiž zbloudilou kulku, která by ji patrně zasáhla, když spinkala ve své postýlce. O neuvěřitelném incidentu informovalo místní policejní oddělení.
              

    Executive: Clinical Trial Manager - Madison, New York

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    Healthcare: Travel Nurse - Tele RN - Blacksburg, VA - New York, New York

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    Travel Tele Nurses (RN) Make some great money with this great RN position in Blacksburg, VA! Job Details --- Estimated $1,900 per week gross --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- VA/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
              

    ‘AEW: Dynamite’ Continues To Take The Long Road

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    Assistant Professor or Professor of Practice in Marketing | Drew University

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    Solo Santino Hates Thanksgiving Food

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    Healthcare: Travel Nurse - OR RN - El Paso, TX - Dallas, Texas

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    Benefits Manager - WPS Health Solutions - Madison, WI

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    17-year-old girl saves elderly man in freezing temps, Trump flips 2nd Court of Appeals, Kidnapped Myanmar pastor released

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    It’s Friday, November 22nd, A.D. 2019. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I’m Adam McManus.

    By Jonathan Clark

    325 cases of European discrimination against Christians

    The Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in Europe released their 2019 report this month, documenting 325 cases of intolerance and discrimination against Christians in Europe last year.

    Forms of persecution included negative stereotyping in the media, legal action against Christian businesses, and Christian parents being harassed for trying to raise their children according to their faith. But the cases also included violence, aggression, and arrests involving Christians and vandalism of Christian sites.

    1 Peter 4:12-13 says, “Beloved, do not think it strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened to you; but rejoice to the extent that you partake of Christ's sufferings, that when His glory is revealed, you may also be glad with exceeding joy.”

    Pastor U Maung Maung released in Myanmar

    Praise God! Pastor U Maung Maung, who was kidnapped on October 26 by the Arakan Army in Rakhine State, Myanmar, was released on November 5.

    Pastor U Maung Maung, from the predominately Christian Chin ethnic group, was traveling with his wife and infant before being separated from them and abducted with 57 others by the Arakan Army.

    The army has threatened him if he shares what he experienced during the abduction with the Myanmar government.

    On November 3, the Arakan Army also kidnapped a Chin Christian parliamentarian, U Hawi Tin, who is still missing.

    President Trump flips Second Circuit Court of Appeals

    In more good news, last week the U.S. Senate voted to confirm President Trump’s nominee, former White House attorney Steven Menashi, to the New York-based Second Circuit Court of Appeals, flipping the court to a majority of Republican-appointed judges.

    And this week, the Senate confirmed Florida Supreme Court Justices Robert Luck and Barbara Lagoa to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.

    Now the Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Circuit Courts have more Trump appointees on the bench than judges appointed by Democrats, reports Courthouse News.

    CA Supreme Court vs. Catholic group over tax-funded abortions

    On Wednesday, California’s Supreme Court rejected a Catholic organization’s challenge to state regulations that designate the murder of unborn babies as “medically necessary.”

    Missionary Guadalupanas of the Holy Spirit has been fighting the 2014 regulations that would force it to cover abortions in its members’ health insurance plans.

    Isaiah 5:20 says, “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil.”

    GOP Congressman: “These proceedings have been anything but fair”

    U.S. lawmakers are wrapping up a week of impeachment hearings over President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine.

    The Democratic House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said Democrats would decide in the coming days on next steps in the inquiry after hearing from a dozen witnesses.

    Yesterday, Republican Congressman Chris Stewart of Utah, who serves on the House Intelligence Committee, said this during the impeachment inquiry.

    STEWART: "The American people expect a lot in politics. They understand the tussle, the fight, the debate.  But they also expect basic fairness. And these proceedings have been anything but fair. The Senate has an opportunity to fix that. I am confident they will. And I look forward to them completing the job that we could have done here."

    Democratic presidential candidates affirm abortion -- again

    During Wednesday night’s MSNBC Democratic presidential debate in Atlanta, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders expressed their support for the impeachment inquiry

    Additionally, Rachel Maddow asked this question of Senator Warren.

    MADDOW: “Louisiana re-elected Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards. He has signed one of the country's toughest laws restricting abortion. Is there room in the Democratic Party for someone like him, someone who can win in a deep red state, but who does not support abortion rights? Senator Warren.”

    WARREN: “I believe that abortion rights are human rights. I believe that they are also economic rights and protecting the rights of a woman to be able to make decisions about her own body is fundamentally what we do and what we stand for as a Democratic Party.”

    Pew study: Most people think churches should not engage politically

    A Pew Research survey found a majority of Americans believe churches and religious organizations do more good than harm and strengthen morality in society.

    However, nearly 80 percent of Americans think religion is losing influence in America, and half of those say this is a bad thing.

    But sadly, most Americans believe churches should not engage in public matters like politics and supporting candidates. Thirty percent even said religious organizations have too much influence on politics while 28 percent said churches don’t have enough influence.

    Jesus tells the church in Matthew 28:19-20 to “make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you.”

    17-year-old girl saves elderly man with dementia in freezing temps

    And finally, 17-year-old Katie Qualls of Madison, Mississippi saved the life of an elderly man with dementia recently after she learned he had gone missing based from a friend’s Facebook post, reports WLBT.

    Madison told her parents she couldn’t sleep until they found the gentleman, prompting her to join the search party in freezing temperatures.

    QUALLS:  “I immediately went to my parents and said, ‘I’m not going to be able to go to sleep until that this person is found, just like, thinking about if that was my grandfather or somebody just didn’t sit right with me.”

    She followed a different path than the rest, finding the man on the ground among some bushes.

    QUALLS: “I hear something and I turn to my left. And he’s like back up in the bushes and he blended in with the mulch. Let me tell you, I don’t know how I picked him up, but I picked his whole body up and carried him out. He was shaking really bad.”

    Madison explained to the TV cameras why she believed she was the one to find the man with dementia.

    QUALLS: “I realize it was just all God and how He led me there. I don’t know. It’s crazy, but He works in mysterious ways and He’s amazing. I know that for sure.”

    Madison said, “I truly believe He made that happen for a reason. With all the stuff that’s happened in my life recently, I feel like He has a plan for me and I don’t know what it is, but I know it’s going to be helping people.”

    Jeremiah 29:11 says, “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

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    And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Friday, November 22nd in the year of our Lord 2019. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I’m Adam McManus (adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.


              

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    MSU Mental Health Expansion, USM Golden Idea Competition and JSU Teacher Initiative

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    The John C. Longest Student Health Center at Mississippi State University recently partnered with outpatient provider Right Track Medical Group to expand student access to comprehensive mental health care. Photo by Francisco Venâncio on Unsplash

    The John C. Longest Student Health Center at Mississippi State University recently partnered with outpatient provider Right Track Medical Group to expand student access to comprehensive mental health care. The partnership gives students better access to psychiatric evaluation, medication management and mental health counseling services, a release from MSU says.

    Students can make an appointment for free to see any of the health center's six physicians and three family nurse practitioners, who offer general care for common mental health issues such as anxiety, depression or attention deficit disorder.

    If students need specialized care, MSU health center physicians and nurse practitioners can refer students to Right Track Chief Medical Officer and Psychiatrist Dr. Stephen Pannel and board-certified Advanced Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Ella Williamson, who can both provide assessment and treatment services to students for a small fee at the health center.

    Pannel works on Fridays as an employee in MSU's clinic, and Williamson sees patients Monday through Thursday. Right Track also provides private care to children, teens and adults at its new local clinic in Starkville at 100 Starr Ave., Suite A, near Oby's restaurant.

    The center is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for walk-in appointments, and counselors are on call 24 hours per day. To request services, call 662-325-2091.

    For more information on MSU's University Health Services, visit health.msstate.edu. To schedule an appointment, call 662-325-7539.

    USM Hosts Golden Idea Competition

    Tiera Bryant and Whitney Jackson, both senior entrepreneurship majors at the University of Southern Mississippi, recently took first place in USM's inaugural Golden Idea Competition.

    USM modeled the Golden Idea Competition, which offered a platform for student entrepreneurs to pitch their products or services to potential investors, off of the television show "Shark Tank," a release from the university says.

    Thirty teams of up to four students initially submitted proposals for the competition. In their proposals, students discussed their products, what problems the products would solve, potential revenue and their target market. Students submitted the applications to a group who decided which 10 teams would advance to round two.

    The top 10 teams next appeared before a panel of USM alumni and community members. Each team had two minutes to pitch their idea and three to five minutes for questions. The judges then decided the top three contestants. Live audience voting determined which teams took first, second and third places.

    Bryant and Jackson's entry, "Pro Waiter," would allow for restaurants to temporarily staff waiters with a pool of screened and trained applicants in a manner similar to Uber, a release from USM says. The first-place prize was $1,000 in cash.

    Natalie Rushing, a senior nursing major from Bogalusa, La., won second place and $500 for her proposal "Sugar and Spice," a specialty spice store.

    Two teams shared third place and a $250 award each. Rida Hassan, a senior management major from Karachi, Pakistan, and Kevin Morgan Bailey, a senior marketing major from New Concord, Ohio, presented "Bus Spot," which would create an app to GPS track campus shuttles to allow live feed for students to know estimated arrival times of their buses. Brice Wilkinson, a junior entrepreneurship major from Madison, Miss., presented "PolyPole," which would utilize recycled plastics to create utility poles.

    The USM Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization, the College of Business and Economic development, the School of Management and the Center for Economic and Entrepreneurship Education sponsored the competition.

    JSU Partners with Tom Joyner Foundation for Teacher Quality Initiative

    Jackson State University's College of Education and Human Development recently partnered with the Tom Joyner Foundation, a nonprofit that radio personality Tom Joyner founded in 1998 to provide scholarships and endowments for historically black colleges and universities, to assist the foundation's Teacher Quality Initiative in its mission to increase the number of STEM educators in high-need school districts in Mississippi.

    As part of the partnership, the foundation will give 31 JSU graduate students with STEM backgrounds $250,000 in scholarship funding to pursue a Master of Arts in Teaching at the JSU. The foundation required the scholars to have a 3.0 grade point average and a bachelor's degree in science, technology, engineering or math, a release from JSU says.

    Dr. Dennis Williams, coordinator of the Master of Arts in Teaching program, said in the release that a focus of the TQI is to produce educators with a range of teaching skills and help eliminate limitations for students looking to gain initial teacher certification. JSU and North Carolina A&T University are the only two HBCUs in the program, the release says.


              

    A New Dynamic: Shanda Yates’ Surprise Victory

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    Jackson attorney Shanda Yates will take her seat as Mississippi House District 64’s new Democratic representative after ousting 32-year incumbent Republican Bill Denny. Photo by Scott Crawford

    "I think you have the wrong number," Jackson attorney Shanda Yates said, laughing into the receiver when Democratic House Minority Leader David Baria called in February, asking if she would be interested in running for a Republican-held Mississippi House seat. It sounded like a heavy lift; the House District 64 incumbent, House Republican Floor Leader Bill Denny, first won the seat in 1987—when Yates was only 6 years old.

    With two weeks to go before the qualifying deadline for the party primaries, a number of fellow attorneys and Democratic leaders continued courting her, including Mississippi Democratic Party Chairman Bobby Moak.

    Party leaders had taken notice of Yates, who is 38, early in the 2019 
legislative session, after she met with 
Republican House Speaker Philip Gunn and wrote emails to representatives and senators, urging them not to pass the "Landowner Protection Act."

    That tort-reform law, she warned in those emails, would "remove all liability of a property owner in virtually every context in which a crime is committed on its property" and free businesses of the "duty" to "act reasonably" to "protect its customers, patrons, and tenants from violent criminal activity that it knows is occurring on its property."

    Despite her efforts and impassioned arguments from Democrats like Baria against the bill, the GOP-dominated Legislature passed it, and Gov. Phil Bryant signed it into law, drawing applause from business leaders. But Yates' proactive efforts left an impression.

    "You're a good attorney. We need more level-headed attorneys in the Legislature," she recalled Baria, who is also an attorney, saying when he first called.

    Baria will step down from his position at the Legislature when the new term begins in January, after deciding against running for re-election to his Bay St. Louis-area House seat early this year.

    'I Had to Do It'

    Yates had never thought about running for office and had a litany of reasons not to pursue the House District 64 seat when she first discussed the idea with her husband, Yancy Burns, her partner at their firm, Burns & Associates PLLC.

    "No, I don't have the time to plan for this," Yates told her husband. "It's two weeks before the qualifying deadline. I never thought about doing this. I don't have any of the groundwork laid."

    Exceeding expectations, including her own, though, has been a staple of Yates' life so far. In a Let's Talk Jackson podcast with Jackson Free Press editor Donna Ladd, Yates shared her personal story. Her father, Rick Yates, a blue-collar worker, raised her and her brother, Ricky, alone as a single parent. At Hinds Community College, Shanda Yates became the first in her family to earn a college degree. After earning her bachelor's degree at the University of Southern Mississippi, Yates thought she might end up working as a secretary for a law office. With encouragement from some of her professors, though, she went to law school at Mississippi College and became an attorney instead.

    Despite her initial reluctance to run for office, Yates and her husband kept discussing the idea. "I talked to some of my close friends about it," Yates told the Jackson Free Press in mid-November. "And at the end of the day, it came down to did I want to continue complaining about things on Facebook and be passively active, which I realize is an oxymoron, or was I willing to put myself out there and jump off this cliff and try to do something to make a change?"

    Yates thought about her home in Jackson, the business she and her husband are running here, and their 4-year-old son. She made the jump.

    "I just decided that I had to do it, if not for me, then for my son. So, I said yes and hit the ground running," Yates said in the interview.

    Over the next few months, Yates and a team of volunteers knocked on around 10,000 doors, she said. Several national organizations offered help, including the California-based Sister 
District, which targets GOP-held seats in legislatures across the country and tries to help Democrats turn them blue.

    Sister District helped Yates with the technical "in the weeds stuff that I wouldn't have been able to handle on my own"—like field organizing, identifying likely supporters and tracking door knocking. Their support, Yates said, was "huge." The group also sent text messages to voters and knocked on doors.

    Yates also had help from former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Mike Espy, who in 2018 ran for U.S. Senate with the most modern campaign apparatus of any Democrat in Mississippi. Though Espy lost that race against incumbent U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, he came closer to a U.S. Senate victory than any Democrat in more than three decades—and amassed a trove of valuable voter data.

    Just days after Hyde-Smith claimed victory with help from President Donald Trump, Espy filed for a rematch. Between then and his 2020 campaign kickoff in early November, though, the Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful used the resources and knowledge he gained during his 2018 campaign to help Democrats running for offices within the state.

    Yates stood out, Espy told the Jackson Free Press on Nov. 25. "I knew intuitively that she had the glow of victory all around her from the first time I saw her," Espy said, recalling how impressed he was at the way she interacted with voters on whose doors she personally knocked.

    When deciding which candidates he would get behind, Espy said he analyzed his own performance in electoral districts across the state. Despite Denny's long tenure, he identified Yates' district as the most "flippable." In 2018, Espy won among voters in House District 64 with 52% of the vote.

    Espy helped Yates knock on doors, recorded a robocall and gave Yates a $1,000 donation. He also gifted her with district-level data that helped the Yates team identify voters who had supported Espy in his unsuccessful 2018 race against Republican U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith the year. That data helped Yates lay the foundation for her own campaign's field plan, she said.

    "He was very helpful, and I appreciate that, because I know he could have been working on his 2020 campaign at that point," Yates said. "But he understood the importance of the 2019 local elections, and I appreciate that very much."

    'A New Dynamic'

    Eight months after Yates launched her campaign and almost a year to the day since he conceded defeat to Hyde-Smith, Espy stood among a crowd of somber Democrats in downtown Jackson that included David Baria, watching as yet another Mississippi Democrat congratulated his Republican opponent.

    Attorney General Jim Hood, the last Democrat who still held statewide office, was considered the party's best hope for recapturing the governorship for the first time since Republican Haley Barbour defeated Gov. Ronnie Musgrove in 2003. Though Hood came closer to winning than any Democratic candidate for governor since Musgrove won in 1999, he came up short.

    Hood's loss not only meant that current Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves will be Mississippi's next governor, but that for the first time in 143 years, the GOP will hold all eight statewide offices when the new slate of leaders take over in January. 
 In House District 64, though, not far from Hood's election-night headquarters, Shanda Yates watched the Election Day numbers roll in. At the end of the night, she led Denny by just 136 votes. With hundreds of provisional ballots left to count by hand in Hinds County, though, it was not over, yet. For nearly two weeks after the election, she waited.

    Finally, on Nov. 18, the Hinds County Election Commission confirmed to the Jackson Free Press and Yates that they had finished counting provisional ballots. With all 8,840 House District 64 votes counted, Yates beat the man who won the election when she was a young child by 168 votes. She won with 51% of the final tally.

    "It's really exciting. It's also a little surreal if I'm being honest," she told the Jackson Free Press while driving from one meeting for incoming lawmakers to another about an hour after Hinds officials announced the final numbers. She had been attending meetings and "operating as if she had won since the morning after the election," she said.

    "I always had in the back of my mind, 'This is probably not going to pan out at the end of the day, but I'm still going to give 100% and see how close I can get,'" she said.

    Espy said Yates' victory in her largely suburban, 58% white district is evidence of "a new dynamic in Mississippi" and proves that "Mississippi is not immune to national trends." In recent national elections, majority-white suburban areas that were once solid GOP strongholds have trended toward Democrats.

    Purpling of Suburbs

    Though the state's minority party is not yet winning statewide and has a ways to go before it can hope to reclaim a majority in either chamber of the Legislature, Espy said he sees progress with each almost-win. Last year, he won 46% of the vote in the suburban Madison County; this year, Hood won Madison County, marking the first time a Democrat has done so in decades.

    Yates' race is not the only one that demonstrates the purpling of suburbs in Mississippi, though. In DeSoto County's election for House District 40, which is situated within the Memphis suburbs, Hester Jackson-McCray, an African American woman, ousted GOP House Rep. Ashley Henley by just 14 votes this year. When Jackson-McCray last challenged Henley for her seat in 2015, Henley beat her 68.3% to 31.7%. Jackson-McCray is another candidate to whom Espy gave his support.

    Merritt Baria worked as the deputy director for the Mississippi Democratic Trust this year, helping candidates including Yates and Jackson-McCray. She told the Jackson Free Press on Nov. 25 that Yates and Jackson-McCray's victories disproved the traditional Mississippi Democratic Party wisdom about who is "viable" and who isn't.

    "I'm relatively new to the political sphere, and I know that there are people here who have been working in Democratic politics in Mississippi for decades, so I mean no disrespect when I say this," said Baria, the daughter of outgoing Democratic House Majority Leader Baria.

    "I have observed during my short time working within this industry that there seems to be this idea that there are certain candidates that are viable and certain candidates that are not, and historically those candidates haven't been women," Merritt Baria said in the interview. "I think the takeaway here is wrong. Our two biggest winners this year were women, and one was a woman of color."

    Espy pointed to another unsung victory that he said deserves more attention: Democrat Willie Simmons flipped the Central District transportation commissioner seat from red to blue. Simmons is the first black candidate to win a regional district-level race in Mississippi since Reconstruction. Democratic Jackson City Councilman De'Keither Stamps nearly achieved the same historic milestone this year, Espy pointed out; Stamps won 49.4% of the vote for public service commissioner on Nov. 5, narrowly losing to Republican Brent Bailey.

    "Everybody's saying the Republicans have all the statewide offices, yeah, that's true. But look at the changes beneath for the real story," Espy said. "Paul Harvey used to say, 'For the rest of the story, look at the rest of the story.' Look at what's happening in Mississippi today. And so that's why I'm not discouraged. I see that change is imminent and growth is coming."

    'No State Out of Reach'

    Organizers at Sister District, whose efforts helped flip Virginia's GOP-led General Assembly to full-Democratic control this year, were thrilled with Yates' victory—their first in Mississippi since the group launched in the wake of the 2016 election.

    "I think Shanda's win is a tremendous bright spot for us. We believe no district is out of reach, and no state is out of reach," Gaby Goldstein, Sister District's co-founder and political organizer, told the Jackson Free Press. "It's just a matter of providing inspiring candidates with resources they need."

    Denny is not only the House Republican floor leader, but he is also the chairman of the Reappointment and Redistricting Committee, which would have put him in charge of overseeing redistricting of House seats in 2020.

    In 2015, Democrats did not even bother to field a challenger to run against Denny. Jackson attorney Dorsey Carson, the last Democrat to challenge him, lost by 13 points in 2011.

    Unlike many Democrats trying to unseat sitting Republicans in Mississippi, Yates did not portray herself as a moderate or conservative to woo voters in the other party.

    "I talked to the people in my district about things that people in my district cared about and were concerned about," Yates told the Jackson Free Press. "Those things include infrastructure repairs, investing in our public schools and finding ways to incentivize small-business ownership. We didn't find many people who were interested in national issues or wanted to talk to me about my views on gun control or those sorts of things.

    "If people did ask me questions, I answered them honestly, but that wasn't my campaign platform, and I think people appreciated that, because they want the issues that are at their front door—or at the end of their driveway, so to speak, if you're talking about infrastructure."

    'Genuine' and 'Willing'

    In other races, Republicans sent mailers to voters and ran ads trying to tie their Democratic opponents to national liberal and progressive politicians like U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi or New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Denny did not do that, she said, but even if he had, she does not think it would have worked.

    "If you're genuine, and you're willing to knock the doors and put in the hard work, I think people will pick up on that," Yates said. "So that's why I think it was in my favor that I got in front of as many people as I did door knocking, because they can see me. They had talked to me, they had listened to me, they made their own impression of me. It didn't come down to a demonizing mail piece where I was pitted with far-left national Democrats. That just never happened.

    "I don't know why my opponent didn't do that, but I feel like it would have fallen on deaf ears regardless, because these people have talked to me and know me as a person," Yates added. "I was in the Junior League with several hundred of the people in my district. I'm a practicing attorney and know several hundred people in my district because of that. I think all of those interpersonal connections really mattered at the end of the day."

    When she takes office in January, Yates plans to continue to focus on education and infrastructure, she said.

    "Those are the things I campaigned on, and those are the things I'd genuinely like to see more funds, more resources pushed to while I'm there at the Legislature," she said. "I know as a baby legislator, so to speak, I'll have very little influence, especially considering I'm in the minority party. But I do hope to build relationships and connections and re-establish relationships with people there."

    She cited Republican House Speaker Philip Gunn, whom she practiced law alongside for seven years. The representative-elect knows she will have to "work across party lines," she said, but she hopes she can use pre-existing connections to make inroads.

    Just Her and the Male Judge

    The first time Yates went to court for an ex-parte hearing, it was just her and the male judge in his chambers. While he was asking her questions about the motion she was there to present, the judge stepped into a small room about 6 feet from the conference table, which she quickly realized was a bathroom because he didn't close the door, she said.

    "He left the door open and just proceeded to start peeing, and continued to ask me questions while he was peeing, and obviously I could hear him the whole time," she said, a story she also told in her "Let's Talk Jackson" podcast recently. "That was my first time as a licensed attorney appearing before a judge."

    Yates said she was not sure whether it was a "chauvinist" show of "power" or if he was "just like that with everyone." 
 As she prepares to take her seat in the Legislature, Yates said she brings plenty of professional experience handling sexist and degrading men. As one of the few women in the Legislature, she knows there is a not-insignificant chance she will have to deal with the sexism that comes with entering a historically male-dominated institution.

    "My plan is to deal with those men the same way I've dealt with those men my entire life. That particular interaction with the judge didn't cause me to quit my job as an attorney or never go back to court. If anything, it emboldened me," Yates said.

    "And I would like to think that the same would be true at the Legislature. I am going into it assuming that everyone will be respectful and courteous and decent, but if they're not, I will take it with a grain of salt and continue to do my job.

    "I'm not there to change how they feel they should interact with women," she added. "I can only handle how I respond to it and whether I let that change who I am and what I plan to do."

    Follow Jackson Free Press State Reporter Ashton Pittman on Twitter @ashtonpittman. Send tips to ashton@jacksonfreepress.com.


              

    OPINION: Even More Thankful This Year With Cancer in Remission

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    With his cancer in remission this year, columnist Charles Corder is thankful. And he isn't arguing about politics or the Egg Bowl during Thanksgiving dinner. Photo courtesy MSU Athletics

    MADISON—We shouldn't limit being thankful to the last Thursday in November, especially in America.

    Most Americans live in relative prosperity and security, regardless of which party controls the White House or Congress. And that's without the federal government guaranteeing everybody's income. They tried that in the Soviet Union. How did that work out?

    The signs of Thanksgiving have been with us for a while now. For example, television has been flooded with Black Friday ads, Christmas specials and bad college basketball. If those who devote their lives to marketing and selling had their way, there would be no Thanksgiving. That despite the fact that Thanksgiving is America's second-favorite holiday behind the one that brings in the big bucks, Christmas.

    Unless your business is selling food, Thanksgiving is difficult to market. There are no presents to buy.

    Thanksgiving is about a celebration with your family, hopefully. You eat, talk, maybe watch some football—without arguing about the Mississippi State-Ole Miss game, if possible—and have a turkey sandwich or two for supper.

    Traditionally, Christmas shopping started on the day after Thanksgiving, called Black Friday. In recent years, some retailers have been unwilling to wait that long and open on Thanksgiving. I've worked on plenty of Thanksgiving and Christmas days, and never liked it. But a newspaper theoretically provides a public service. I don't think a big-box retailer that opens on Thanksgiving benefits anybody but its shareholders.

    (I also don't like playing the State-Ole Miss game on Thanksgiving. But the schools involved are getting several million reasons to do it, courtesy of ESPN.)

    As long as you're around family, please don't ruin the holiday by arguing about controversial topics, including religion, who was your parents' favorite child, how can you work for that godawful newspaper, sports rivalries and—worst of all—politics.

    I don't talk politics at the dinner table. I reserve that for this column, i.e., when I'm getting paid. You are always free to express your opinion, of course. And the rest of us are free to ignore you.

    I'm fortunate that both of my daughters will be home to celebrate Thanksgiving. The oldest will be bringing her boyfriend and dog. My youngest daughter will be alone because her husband, a Navy pilot, was recently deployed. His destination is semi-secret (meaning I don't know it for sure), but I'm thankful that he and thousands of others in the U.S. military are out there in places most of us would go, to protect our nation.

    This Thanksgiving will be different. In 2017, I was sick but didn't know why. I worked on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and that turned out to be the last day of my full-time journalism career—so far, anyway.The next day, I had a seizure and ended up in the hospital. A few months later, I had brain surgery. (I know, I was surprised they found something in my head, too.)

    But it was only after that surgery that the doctors found out I had cancer. Last year, I was still having chemotherapy. In fact, I had a treatment on the day before Thanksgiving. Needless to say, my appetite at the holiday dinner wasn't so great.

    A couple of months later, I learned that my cancer was in remission. Later, my health improved enough that I was able to write this column again. I was happy, but you are free to disagree.

    I have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. I hope you can find something to be thankful for, too.

    Charles Corder is a long-time Mississippi newspaperman. Email him at ccorderjr@outlook.cpm.


              

    Analysis: Espy Says He’s Better Prepared for 2020 Campaign

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    Democrat Mike Espy anticipates another showdown with Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, who defeated him in a November 2018 special election runoff. Photo by Ashton Pittman

    JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Democrat Mike Espy says he has a clearer strategy to win a U.S. Senate seat in Mississippi in 2020 than he had when he ran for the same seat last year.

    Espy anticipates another showdown with Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, who defeated him in a November 2018 special election runoff.

    In announcing his 2020 candidacy Nov. 12, Espy said he wants to build on his base of support from the 2018 race, focusing particularly on increasing the turnout among African American voters. Espy says he also has data showing which Republican-leaning precincts in Mississippi are most likely to flip to Democratic.

    The college town of Starkville, for example, is receptive to Democrats. The mostly white Jackson suburb of Madison County had a slight Democratic majority in the Nov. 5 governor’s election.

    “We can't win with black votes alone. And I shouldn't,” Espy told The Associated Press. “We have to create a coalition of black voters and white voters all over Mississippi who believe in vision of a more modern Mississippi.”

    Espy in 1986 became Mississippi’s first African American congressman since Reconstruction. In 1993, President Bill Clinton named him U.S. secretary of agriculture.

    Republicans have solidified their power in Mississippi in the past generation.

    Mississippi hasn’t had a Democrat in the U.S. Senate since John C. Stennis left office in 1989. The state’s four-term attorney general, Jim Hood, has been the only Democrat holding statewide office in the past dozen years, and he lost the governor’s race this year to Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves.

    Espy and other candidates scrambled to assemble campaigns in early 2018 when longtime Republican U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran said he was retiring just over midway through a six-year term.

    Republican Gov. Phil Bryant appointed the state’s agriculture commissioner, Hyde-Smith, to temporarily serve in the Senate, and he set a November special election to fill the final two years of the term.

    Espy announced as a special election candidate immediately after Cochran’s retirement announcement, but he said in the recent interview that it took months to create a campaign structure.

    “We didn’t get into the field knocking on doors until the end of August,” Espy said. “And even though we raised $7 million, it didn’t come in until October. So, there wasn’t enough time in that political cycle to mount a robust, vigorous campaign that it would take to defeat a Republican.”

    Hyde-Smith won with 54% to Espy’s 46%.

    “We made some mistakes in 2018,” Espy said.

    He added: “We never quit running, really.”

    Espy said his campaign hired BlueLabs Analytics, a Washington-based firm that works for Democrats, to evaluate his 2018 performance and set a new approach for 2020.

    African Americans are about 38% of Mississippi’s population, but Espy said African Americans made up 32.5% of the people who voted for any candidate in the 2018 Senate race. He said he is aiming to increase that percentage.

    “In a presidential cycle in 2020, I think there will be an innate energizing of that vote,” Espy said. “I think that vote’s coming out.”

    Espy said he needs to increase the black vote to about 35% of the electorate. He received 18% of the white vote in 2018 and said he needs to increase his share of that.

    Espy said research shows the “number one flippable” area is a state House district in northeast Jackson and south Madison County. In the Nov. 5 election, Democratic challenger Shanda Yates unseated 32-year Republican state Rep. Bill Denny. Espy campaigned for Yates, knocking on doors and appearing on some of her campaign flyers.

    Hyde-Smith is seeking a full six-year term. It’s unclear whether she or Espy will have opponents during the March 10 party primaries, but Espy’s long-term plan is to face her in the general election.


              

    JoJo Siwa - March 2020

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    Nickelodeon star, YouTube sensation and 2019’s hottest breakthrough pop artist JoJo Siwa is adding 50 new dates across North America to her wildly popular concert: Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. The Tour, bringing the total number of shows to 148. Siwa kicks off her new 2020 dates on March 11 in Colorado Springs at The Broadmoor World Arena and will return to many cities including New York, where she will headline the legendary venue Madison Square Garden. Siwa will continue to new venues including: Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., and American Airlines Arena in Miami, concluding in North Little Rock on June 6.
    Tickets for Siwa’s performance at The Broadmoor World Arena will go on sale on Friday, November 22. 
     

     

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    Guía de series: Estrenos y regresos de diciembre 2019

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    Guía de estrenos y regresos de series en diciembre de 2019

    Acaba el año y no puedes perderte las últimas novedades. ¿Ya has hecho balance? ¿Cambiará algo con estas nuevas propuestas?

    ¡Feliz diciembre!

    Leyenda:
    Verde: series nuevas.
    Rojo: series de las que haremos reviews semanales.
    Negro: regresos de otras series.
    Naranja: miniseries o series documentales.
    Amarillo: tv movies, documentales, especiales o pilotos.
    Morado: season finales.
    Púrpura: midseason finales.

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    Calendario de series


    • 1 de diciembre
      • Eastsiders (4T y última completa) y Dead Kids en Netflix
      • The War of the Worlds en BBC One
      • Godfather of Harlem (1T finale) en Epix
    • 4 de diciembre:
      • Vikings (6T y última) en History
      • Foodie Love (1T completa) en HBO
      • The Moodys (1T) en FOX
    • 5 de diciembre
      • Tell Me a Story (2T) en CBS All Access
      • Merlí: Sapere Aude (1T completa) en Movistar+
      • V Wars (1T completa), Home for ChristmasA Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby en Netlix
      • Same Time, Next Christmas en ABC
    • 6 de diciembre
      • The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (3T completa) y Inside Edge (2T completa) en Amazon
      • Reprisal (1T completa) en Hulu
      • Días de Navidad, Fuller House (5aT completa), Triad Princess (1T completa), Virgin River (1T completa), The Confession KillerMarriage Story en Netflix
      • Truth Be Told (1T) en Apple TV+
      • The Pack (3T) en HBO
      • See (1T finale) en Apple TV+
    • 7 de diciembre: Steven Universe Future en Cartoon Network
    • 8 de diciembre
      • The L Word: Generation Q (1T) y Work in Progress (1T) en Showtime
      • Mrs. Fletcher (1T finale) y Silicon Valley (series finale) en HBO
      • Madam Secretary (series finale) en CBS
    • 9 de diciembre
      • Family Reunion (especial Navidad) en Netflix
      • Traces (1T) en Alibi
    • 10 de diciembreThe Moodys (1T finale) en FOX
    • 11 de diciembre
      • Castle Rock (2T finale) en Hulu
      • South Park (23T finale) en Comedy Central
    • 13 de diciembre
      • The Expanse (4T completa) en Amazon
      • Runaways (3T y última completa) en Hulu
      • 6 Underground en Netflix
    • 14 de diciembre: Dial M For Middlesbrough en Gold
      • 15 de diciembre: Watchmen (1T finale) en HBO
        • 16 de diciembre
          • Sticks and Stones (1T) en ITV
          • Good Trouble (especial Navidad) en Freeform
          • 17 de diciembre: The Purge (2T finale) y Treadstone (1T finale) en USA Network
            • 18 de diciembre
              • Soundtrack (1T completa) en Netflix
              • Sticks and Stones (1T finale) en ITV
              • The Moodys (1T finale) en FOX
            • 19 de diciembre
              • A Christmas Carol en FX
              • Sacrifice en BET+
            • 20 de diciembre
              • The Witcher (1T completa) y The Two Popes en Netflix
              • The Aeronauts en Amazon
              • In The Long Run (especial Navidad) en Sky One
              • The Morning Show (1T finale) y For All Mankind (1T finale) en Apple TV+
              • Velvet Colección (series finale) en Movistar+
              • Van Helsing (4T finale) en Syfy
              • 22 de diciembre: His Dark Materials (1T finale) en BBC One
                • 24 de diciembreLost in Space (2T completa) en Netflix
                  • 26 de diciembreYou (2T completa) en Netflix
                    • 27 de diciembre
                      • The Gift (1T completa) en Netflix
                      • The Mandalorian (1T finale) en Disney+
                      • 29 de diciembre
                        • Dare Me (1T) en USA Network
                          • Mr. Robot (series finale) en USA Network
                          • 30 de diciembre: Alexa & Katie (3T completa) en Netflix
                          • 31 de diciembre: El vecino (1T completa) en Netflix

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                          Estrenos de series


                          Foodie Love (HBO)

                          Foodie Love HBO

                          Laia Costa (Polseres vermelles, Cites) y Guillermo Pfening (Supermax, Nadie nos mira) interpretan a dos jóvenes que se conocen a través de una app de citas para amantes de la comida. Podremos ver también a Greta Fernández (La hija de un ladrón, Elisa y Marcela), Natalia de Molina (Vivir es fácil con los ojos cerrados, Quién te cantará), Yolanda Ramos (Paquita Salas, Benvinguts a la família), Nausicaa Bonnín (Sé quién eres, Servir y proteger), Eloi Costa (Pieles) o el chef Ferran Adrià.

                          Escrita y dirigida por Isabel Coixet (Mi vida sin mí, La librería). Ocho episodios.

                          Estreno: 4 de diciembre






                          The Moodys (FOX)

                          The Moodys FOX

                          Adaptación de la comedia australiana que nos mostrará las distintas reuniones de la familia Moody a lo largo del año, esta vez en Navidad. Protagonizada por Denis Leary (Rescue Me, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll), Elizabeth Perkins (Weeds, Sharp Objects), Jay Baruchel (Man Seeking Woman, This Is The End), Chelsea Frei (Sideswiped, Victoria Gotti: My Father's Daughter) y François Arnaud (UnREAL; Midnight, Texas).

                          Escrita y producida por Rob Greenberg (Frasier, We Are Men), Bob Fisher (Sirens, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll) y Tad Quill (Scrubs, Angel from Hell). Seis episodios.

                          Estreno: 4 de diciembre







                          V Wars (Netflix)

                          V Wars Netflix

                          Adaptación de la saga de novelas de Jonathan Maberry en la que una epidemia mortal que convierte a la gente en depredadores enfrenta a la sociedad y también a un científico (Ian Somerhalder; The Vampire Diaries, Lost) y a su mejor amigo (Adrian Holmes; Arrow, Continuum), ahora líder de los vampiros, mientras se forja una guerra entre los dos bandos.

                          Completan el cast Jacky Lai (Beyond), Peter Outerbridge (Orphan Black, Nikita), Laura Vandervoort (Smallville, Bitten), Kyle Breitkopf (Being Human, Rusty Rivets) y Kimberly-Sue Murray (Killjoys).

                          Escrita por William Laurin y Glenn Davis, creadores de Missing y Aftermath. Diez episodios.

                          Estreno: 5 de diciembre






                          Reprisal (Hulu)

                          Reprisal Hulu

                          Tras haber sido dada por muerta, una implacable femme fatale (Abigail Spencer; Timeless, Rectify) planea su venganza contra una banda de fanáticos de los coches. Con Rodrigo Santoro (Westworld, Lost), Mena Massoud (Jack Ryan, Aladdin), Madison Davenport (Sharp Objects, From Dusk Till Dawn), Rhys Wakefield (True Detective, Home and Away), David Dastmalchian (MacGyver, Twin Peaks), W. Earl Brown (True Detective, I'm Dying Up Here), Gilbert Owuor (Goliath, Mute), Rory Cochrane (CSI Miami, Argo), Craig Tate (Snowfall, Aquarius), Wavyy Jonez (Unsolved, See You Yesterday), Shane Callahan (Outsiders, Under the Dome) y Lea DeLaria (Orange Is the New Black).

                          Creada, escrita y producida por Josh Corbin (StartUp). Diez episodios.

                          Estreno: 6 de diciembre







                          Días de Navidad (Netflix)

                          Días de Navidad Netflix

                          Miniserie que seguirá a Sofía, Esther, María y Valentina, cuatro hermanas unidas por un secreto, en tres etapas distintas de la vida pero siempre durante el día de Navidad en la casa familiar en la montaña. Protagonizada por Victoria Abril (Nadie hablará de nosotras cuando hayamos muerto, Kika), Verónica Forqué (Kika, Bajarse al moro), Ángela Molina (Carne trémula, Las cosas del querer), Elena Anaya (La piel que habito, Habitación en Roma), Verónica Echegui (Fortitude, Yo soy la Juani), Nerea Barros (La isla mínima, El Príncipe), Charo López (Secretos del corazón, Lo más natural), Susi Sánchez (La enfermedad del domingo, La piel que habito), Alicia Borrachero (Crematorio, Hospital central), Francesc Garrido (Sé quién eres, Gran reserva), Carla Tous, Anna Moliner (Cites, Tiempos de guerra), Miquel Fernández (Cites, Fariña), David Solans (Merlí, Bajo sospecha), Antonio Dechent (Sé quién eres, La peste), Gonzalo Cunill (La señora, Bandolera), Nausicaa Bonnín (Sé quién eres, Servir y proteger), Iván Morales (Gran hotel, El cor de la ciutat), Manel Barceló (Com si fos ahir, El cor de la ciutat), Carles Arquimbau (Com si fos ahir, Cuéntame cómo pasó), Julio Manrique (Isabel, Porca misèria), Sarah Perriez, Andreu Benito (Sé quién eres, Polseres vermelles), Carme Sansa (Nit i dia, Joc de dos), Berta Castañé (Com si fos ahir, Bajo sospecha), Mar Ayala (Com si fos ahir) y Mariona Pagés.

                          Creada y dirigida por Pau Freixas (Polseres vermelles, Sé quién eres). Tres episodios.

                          Estreno: 6 de diciembre







                          Triad Princess (Netflix)

                          Triad Princess Netflix

                          Angie (Eugenie Liu; The 9th Precinct, Behind Your Smile) ha crecido a la sobra de su padre, miembro de una tríada, pero decide desafiar sus deseos y empezar su propia vida trabajando como guardaespaldas encubierta de un actor famoso (Jasper Liu; Plant Goddess, When I See You Again).

                          Escrita y dirigida por Neal Wu (At Cafe 6). Seis episodios.

                          Estreno: 6 de diciembre







                          Virgin River (Netflix)

                          Virgin River Netflix

                          Adaptación de la serie de novelas románticas de Robyn Carr centrada en Melinda Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge; This Is Us, The Walking Dead), una mujer que contesta a un anuncio para trabajar como enfermera practicante en un remoto pueblo de California y así dejar atrás sus dolorosos recuerdos. Con Martin Henderson (Grey's Anatomy, The Ring), Tim Matheson (Hart of Dixie, The Good Fight), Annette O'Toole (Smallville, It), Jenny Cooper (Law & Order: True Crime, Open Heart), David Cubitt (Medium, Van Helsing), Lexa Doig (Continuum, Arrow), Daniel Gillies (The Originals, Saving Hope), Lauren Hammersley (Orphan Black, Mr. D), Benjamin Hollingsworth (Code Black, Cult), Ian Tracey (Continuum, Travelers) y Colin Lawrence (The Killing, Riverdale).

                          Escrita y producida por Sue Tenney (7th Heaven, Good Witch). Diez episodios.

                          Estreno: 6 de diciembre






                          Truth Be Told (Apple TV+)

                          Truth Be Told Apple TV+

                          Adaptación de la novela 'Are You Sleeping' de Kathleen Barber (2017), en la que una podcaster de true crimes (Octavia Spencer; The Help, Hidden Figures) investigará de nuevo el caso de un asesino en serie (Aaron Paul; Breaking Bad, The Path), incriminado por ella por matar al padre de dos gemelas idénticas (Lizzy Caplan; Masters of Sex, Castle Rock), quien ahora dice haber sido inculpado por un crimen que no cometió. Con Elizabeth Perkins (Weeds, Sharp Objects), Ron Cephas Jones (This Is Us, Luke Cage), Mekhi Phifer (ER, Frequency), Michael Beach (The 100, Third Watch), Tracie Thoms (Love, UnREAL), Haneefah Wood (One Day at a Time, Zoe Ever After), Tami Roman (Moonlight), Annabella Sciorra (The Sopranos, The Hand That Rocks the Craddle), Nic Bishop (Body of Proof, Snowfall), Molly Hagan (Jane the Virgin, iZombie), Rico E. Anderson (Hit the Floor), Everleigh McDonell (Good Girls), Billy Miller (Ringer, Ray Donovan), Brett Cullen (Devious Maids, Narcos), Hunter Doohan, Lyndon Smith (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Parenthood) y Katherine LaNasa (Imposters, Satisfaction).

                          Escrita por Nichelle Tramble Spellman (The Good Wife, Justified) y producida por Reese Witherspoon (Big Little Lies, The Morning Show). Diez episodios.

                          Estreno: 6 de diciembre






                          The L Word: Generation Q (Showtime)

                          The L Word: Generation Q Showtime

                          Continuación de la serie The L Word (2004-2009), que seguía las vidas personales y profesionales de un grupo de amigas lesbianas de Los Ángeles. Ahora, diez años después, conoceremos a un nuevo grupo de personajes LGBT que se suman a Bette (Jennifer Beals), Alice (Leisha Hailey) y Shane (Katherine Moennig). Con Arienne Mandi (In the Vault), Leo Sheng (Adam), Jacqueline Toboni (Grimm, Easy), Rosanny Zayas (Otherhood), Sepideh Moafi (The Deuce, Falling Water), Stephanie Allynne (One Mississippi), Brian Michael Smith (After, Queen Sugar) y Freddy Miyares (When They See Us).

                          Escrita, dirigida y producida por Marja-Lewis Ryan. Ocho episodios.

                          Estreno: 8 de diciembre







                          Work in Progress (Showtime)

                          Work in Progress Showtime

                          Comedia sobre una lesbiana gorda de cuarenta y cinco años de Chicago (Abby McEnany) cuya desgracia y desesperación la llevan a una relación amorosa intensamente transformadora. Completan el reparto Theo Germaine (The Politician), Karin Anglin, Celeste Pechous y Julia Sweeney (Saturday Night Live), que se interpretará a sí misma.

                          Creada por McEnany junto a Tim Mason y escrita y producida por Lilly Wachowski (Sense8, The Matrix). Ocho episodios

                          Estreno: 8 de diciembre






                          Traces (Alibi)

                          Traces Alibi

                          Una joven que aspira a ser ayudante de laboratorio (Molly Windsor; Three Girls, Cheat) descubre que el caso ficticio que está estudiando es muy parecido a uno de su pasado y tratará de llevar a un asesino frente a la justicia con la ayuda de dos investigadoras del SIFA -Scotish Institute of Forensic Science. Completan el reparto Laura Fraser (The Missing, Breaking Bad), Jennifer Spence (You Me Her, Travelers), Martin Compston (Line of Duty), Laurie Brett (EastEnders), Vincent Reagan (Delicious, The White Princess), Michael Nardone (Shetland, Silent Witness) y John Gordan Sinclair (Marple, Ill Behaviour).

                          Basada en la idea del novelista Val McDermid y escrita por Amelia Bullmore (Scott & Bailey, This Life). Seis episodios.

                          Estreno: 9 de diciembre







                          Sticks and Stones (ITV)

                          Sticks and Stones ITV

                          Thomas Benson (Ken Nwosu, Killing Eve) es un padre y marido trabajador que suele liderar los equipos con los que debe conseguir nuevos clientes. Cuando se queda en blanco durante una presentación y pierde el nuevo acuerdo, aunque hace todo lo posible para recuperar al cliente, comienza a sentirse atacado y menospreciado. ¿Ha perdido su confianza y está paranoico o realmente su equipo y el mundo entero se han vuelto en su contra? Completan el reparto Ben Miller (Johnny English, Death in Paradise), Alexandra Roach (Utopia, No Offence), Sean Sagar (Top Boy, Our Girl), Susannah Fielding (Black Mirror, The Great Indoors), Gwilym Lee (Jamestown, Bohemian Rhapsody), Phoebe Nicholls (Fortitude, The Elephant Man), Ritu Arya (Humans, Doctors), Michael Cochrane (Downton Abbey, The Iron Lady) y Debbie Chazen (Holby City).

                          Drama psicológico escrito por Mike Bartlett (Doctor Foster, Trauma) y dirigido por Julia Ford (Safe). Tres episodios.

                          Estreno: 16 de diciembre





                          Soundtrack (Netflix)

                          Soundtrack Netflix

                          Drama musical sobre las historias de amor que unen a varios personajes de Los Ángeles vistas a través de la música que les define. Con Jenna Dewan (Supergirl, Witches of East End), Madeleine Stowe (Revenge, Twelve Monkeys), Callie Hernandez (Graves, Too Old To Die Young), Paul James (Greek, The Path), Christina Milian (The Oath, Grandfathered), Jahmil French (Degrassi: The Next Generation, Let's Get Physical), Campbell Scott (Royal Pains, House of Cards), Marianne Jean-Baptiste (Broadchurch, Blindspot), Megan Ferguson (Grace and Frankie, Hart of Dixie) y Evan Whitten (The Resident, Mr. Robot).

                          Creada por Joshua Safran (Quantico) y escrita por Safran (Gossip Girl, Smash) y Korde Arrington Tuttle (Them: Covenant). Diez episodios.

                          Estreno: 18 de diciembre





                          A Christmas Carol (FX)

                          A Christmas Carol FX

                          Miniserie basada en la novela de Charles Dickens (1843) en la que Ebenezer Scrooge (Guy Pearce; Memento, Mildred Pierce), un hombre viejo y amargado que odia la Navidad, recibe la visita de tres fantasmas que le muestran su pasado (Charlotte Riley; Peaky Blinders, Trust), su presente (Andy Serkis; The Lord of the Rings) y su futuro (Jason Flemyng; The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen). Con Tom Hardy (Taboo, Peaky Blinders), Stephen Graham (Taboo, This Is England), Joe Alwyn (Boy Erased, The Favourite), Vinette Robinson (Sherlock, The A Word), Kayvan Novak (What We Do in the Shadows), Lenny Rush (Apple Tree House) y Johnny Harris (Fortitude, This Is England).

                          Escrita por Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders, Taboo), dirigida por Nick Murphy (Save Me, Prey) y producida por Ridley Scott (The Good Wife, The Terror) y Tom Hardy (Taboo, Venom). Tres episodios.

                          Estreno: 19 de diciembre







                          The Witcher (Netflix)

                          The Witcher Netflix


                          Adaptación de la serie de novelas de Andrzej Sapkowski en las que se basan los videojuegos del mismo nombre. En ella, el brujo Geralt de Rivia (Henry Cavill; Man of Steel, Justice League), un cazador de monstruos modificado genéticamente, busca su lugar en un mundo violento en el que los humanos le temen o le desprecian. Con Freya Allan (War of the Worlds, Into the Badlands), Anya Chalotra (Wanderlust, The ABC Murders), Jodhi May (Game of Thrones, Genius), Björn Hlynur Haraldsson (Fortitude), Adam Levy (Knightfall, Snatch), MyAnna Buring (Ripper Street, Kill List), Mimi Ndiweni (Black Earth Rising), Therica Wilson-Read (Profile), Millie Brady (The Last Kingdom, Teen Spirit), Eamon Farren (Twin Peaks), Joey Batey (Knightfall, The White Queen), Lars Mikkelsen (House of Cards, Borgen), Royce Pierreson (Line of Duty, Murdered by My Boyfriend), Maciej Musial (1983), Wilson Radjou-Pujalte (Hunter Street), Anna Shaffer (Harry Potter, Hollyoaks), Rebecca Benson (The White Princess), Shane Attwooll (The Bastard Executioner), Luke Neal (Gunpowder), Matthew Neal (Gunpowder), Tobi Bamtefa (Tin Star), Sonny Serkis (The White Queen, The Casual Vacancy), Roderick Hill (Longmire, The Newsroom), Inge Beckmann (Troy: Fall of a City), Charlotte O'Leary, Natasha Culzac, Amit Shah (Jekyll & Hyde, The Hundred Foot Journey), Tom Canton (Death Comes to Pemberley) y Colette Tchantcho (The Witcher).


                          Escrita por Lauren S. Hissrich (The Defender, The West Wing). Ocho episodios. Ya está renovada por una segunda temporada.

                          Estreno: 20 de diciembre







                          The Gift (Netflix)

                          La vida perfecta de una joven pintora de Estambul (Beren Saat, Fatmagul) cambia completamente cuando conoce a un arqueólogo (Mehmet Günsür, Muhtesem Yüzyil) que descubre una relación entre ella y el templo más antiguo jamás descubierto.

                          Escrita por Sengül Boybas, Fatih Unal y Jason George (Scandal, Ingobernable). Ocho episodios. Ya está renovada por una segunda temporada.

                          Estreno: 27 de diciembre







                          Dare Me (USA Network)

                          Dare Me USA Network

                          Adaptación de la novela de Megan Abbott (2012) que explora los celos, la lealtad, el miedo y las dinámicas de poder entre dos mejores amigas y animadoras de instituto de un pequeño pueblo del Medio Oeste, Addy (Herizen Guardiola, The Get Down) y Beth (Mario Kelly, Patricia Moore), tras la llegada de la nueva entrenadora (Willa Fitzgerald, Scream). Con Rob Heaps (Imposters), Zach Roerig (The Vampire Diaries), Paul Fitzgerald (Younger, Veep), Joyful Drake (Let's Stay Together), Tammy Blanchard (Tallulah, Into the Woods), Antonio J. Bell (Greenleaf), Alison Thornton (Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, Dirk Gently), Tamberla Perry (Bosch, How to Get Away with Murder), Chris Zylka (The Leftovers, Twisted) y Taveeta Syzmanowicz (The Next Step).

                          Escrita y producida por Abbott. Ocho episodios.

                          Estreno: 29 de diciembre






                          El vecino (Netflix)

                          El vecino Netflix

                          Basada en el cómic homónimo de Santiago García y Pepo Pérez, nos habla de Javier (Quim Gutiérrez; Azuloscurocasinegro, Ventajas de viajar en tren), un joven en un momento difícil tanto personal como profesional que recibe los superpoderes de un extraterrestre que muere al caerle encima (Jorge Sanz; Si te dicen que caí¿Qué fue de Jorge Sanz?). Tendrá la ayuda de su vecino (Adrián Pino, Malviviendo) incluso para esconder su nueva identidad ante su novia periodista (Clara Lago; El viaje de Carol, La cara oculta). Con Catalina Sopelana (Quién te cantará, Matadero) y Sergio Momo (Zona hostil).

                          Creada por Miguel Esteban (El fin de la comedia, Museo Coconut) y Raúl Navarro (El fin de la comedia, El intermedio), escrita por Carlos de Pando (El ministerio del tiempo, 7 Vidas) y Sara Antuña (La víctima número 8, Los hombres de Paco) y dirigida por Nacho Vigalondo (Colossal, Open Windows).

                          Estreno: 31 de diciembre




                                    

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                          The chances you know someone with a learning disability are higher than you might think. In the 2018-19 academic year, three percent of Wisconsin students — and 2.8 percent of Madison Metropolitan School District students — were identified as having a specific learning disability, according to the Wisconsin Information System for Education. A specific learning disability is a disorder involving basic psychological processes — typically understanding or using language — that may manifest itself in an imperfect ability to listen, think, speak, read, write or perform mathematical calculations.
                                    

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                          SIMPSON, Jettsen Drew, son of Kennedy Greenwald and Trenton Simpson of Fort Madison, was born Nov. 22 at Fort Madison Community Hospital. Grandparents are Wendy and Adam Simpson and Jacob Greenwald, all of Fort Madison, and the late Tina Rhoer.WRIEDEN, Ashton Gabriel, son of Frankie Bowden and Jake Wrieden of Keokuk, was born Nov. 23 at Fort Madison Community Hospital. Grandparents are John and Cassandra Bowden, Shawn and Michelle Wrieden and Crystal [...]
                                    

                          The Best Players & Games Of The 2010s (And A Couple Of Best-Of Red Sox Lists)

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                          Jayson Stark looks at the Best Of The 2010s:
                          The five best players of the 2010s

                          1. Mike Trout — You were expecting maybe Rusney Castillo? Trout just crushed this field in pretty much every category that didn't involve counting — and even a few categories that did. But the biggest headline was this: According to Baseball Reference, his 72.5 Wins Above Replacement in the '10s meant he was worth 18.3 more wins than any other position player in the sport, despite the fact he essentially gave everyone else a two-year head start! And there has never — we said never — been any player who blew out the field in WAR by that crazy a margin in any — we said any — decade. The old record was 16.3, and that was set by Honus Wagner over 100 years ago (1900-09). ...

                          2. Joey Votto — Only two players in the sport had a .300/.400/.500 slash line in the '10s. One was Trout. The other was Votto (.306/.428/.516). This guy has been way too underappreciated. More on him later.

                          3. Adrián Beltré — There were just four players who were worth at least 50 wins in the '10s, according to the Baseball Reference WAR computations. Beltré was one of them even though he didn't play a game in 2019. Did you know that only one player in baseball finished in the top 10 on the offensive and defensive WAR leaderboards for this decade? Yep, that was Adrián Beltré. ...

                          The five best pitchers of the 2010s

                          1. Clayton Kershaw — Let's debate Kershaw's October struggles some other time, OK? That's because we're talking about a man who had an ERA under 2.00 for 197 consecutive regular-season starts between 2011 and 2018. That's amazing. And we're talking about a man whose 164 ERA-plus is the greatest by any starter, in any decade, since Walter Johnson hung a 177 in the first quasi-decade (1913-19) after earned runs became an official stat in 1913. That's mind-blowing. And if we use 1,500 innings as the minimum, we're talking about a man whose ERA (2.31) was 72 points lower than the next-best pitcher of this decade. And that's unheard of. Just a reminder that Clayton Kershaw in his prime was something special.

                          2. Max Scherzer — Scherzer led the sport in strikeouts (2,452) and wins (161) in the '10s. And he's about to make his seventh top-five Cy Young finish in a row. The only other pitchers in history who can say that? Greg Maddux and Kershaw.

                          3. Justin Verlander — Verlander is going to finish with five top-two Cy Young finishes in this decade. That's dominance. And if we use WAR as a measuring stick, nobody had more 6.0-win seasons (six) or 7.0-win seasons (four) in the '10s than Justin Verlander did.

                          4. Chris Sale — What Votto is to that hitters' list, Sale is to this pitchers' list. A better ERA (3.03) than Verlander. A better strikeout rate (11.08 per nine innings pitched) than Scherzer. A better WHIP (1.03) than anybody except Kershaw. ...

                          MOST WINS ABOVE REPLACEMENT, PITCHERS, IN THE 2010s

                          Kershaw, 59.3
                          Verlander, 56.2
                          Scherzer, 56.1
                          Hamels, 46.2
                          Sale, 45.4
                          Greinke, 44.0
                          Price, 38.6
                          Kluber, 33.2
                          deGrom, 32.7 ...

                          Best postseason pitcher of the 2010s: Madison Bumgarner

                          Based solely on the pure raw numbers, maybe you'd give this to Stephen Strasburg, the guy with the 1.46 career postseason ERA. But just when I started mulling that thought, I looked back on MadBum's epic October of 2014, his shutouts in two wild-card games, his absurd and unprecedented 0.25 career ERA over four World Series starts. And I thought: Will we ever see anybody do that again? Did you know that in those four World Series starts, Bumgarner gave up a total of one run? Did you know that in his 16 career postseason starts, he has allowed zero runs in six of them (not even counting his five shutout innings in relief in a Game 7 you might remember)? Did you know that he and Randy Johnson are the only two left-handers since Sandy Koufax to throw multiple shutouts in the same postseason? Did you know that in the Giants' three championship runs, MadBum made at least one postseason start of at least seven innings and no runs in all three of them? Oh, and he gets like a billion extra-credit points for basically winning the 2014 World Series all by himself. (All other Giants starters in that World Series combined for a 9.37 ERA and got through only the third inning twice in five starts.) So one more time, let's ask: Will we ever see anybody do that again? ...

                          Best pitcher who never won a Cy Young: Chris Sale

                          Not only is Chris Sale by far the best pitcher who never won a Cy Young in this decade, but he's also a contender for best pitcher who never won a Cy Young, period. For instance, Sale's WHIP for the '10s was an awesome 1.03. Ready for a list of all the other pitchers in the last 100 years who had a WHIP that low in any decade (with at least 1,500 innings)?

                          Clayton Kershaw, 0.96 (2010s)
                          Sandy Koufax, 1.01 (1960s)
                          Juan Marichal, 1.05 (1960s)
                          -That's a wrap –

                          It was Kershaw who dominated this decade. But it was Sale who finished in the top two in ERA, strikeout rate, opponent average, opponent slugging, opponent OPS and FIP — among other stuff. He has six top-five Cy Young finishes to show for it but no trophies. Juan Marichal and Curt Schilling feel his pain. ...

                          BEST ON-BASE MACHINE OF THE 2010s — Votto walked 1,046 times in this decade. Only one other player — Carlos Santana — was within 200 of him. Only four other players — Santana (944), José Bautista (812), Trout (803) and Andrew McCutchen (769) — were even within 400 of him!

                          BEST WORKHORSE OF THE 2010s — Verlander faced 8,635 hitters, just in the regular season, in the '10s. Only two other pitchers — Scherzer (8,300) and Lester (8,236) — were within (gulp) 500 hitters of him. We continue to show way too little appreciation for pitchers who provide that much volume, especially when it comes with Verlander-esque domination. ...

                          What goes up must come down — except possibly at the Trop. So lastly, here's to the men who "led" the '10s in all those departments they'd rather we never looked up!

                          LOWEST BATTING AVERAGE (min. 3,000 PA) — Danny Espinosa, .221

                          LOWEST OBP — Adeiny Hechavarría, .290

                          LOWEST SLUGGING PCT. — Billy Hamilton, .326 ...

                          MOST STRIKEOUTS — Chris Davis, 1,597 (most by any player in any decade in history)

                          MOST LOSSES — Rick Porcello, 109

                          MOST GOPHERBALLS — James Shields, 262 ...
                          Jen McCaffrey: The 10 Most Memorable Red Sox Games Of The 2010s

                          Chad Jennings: The 10 Most Significant Red Sox Decisions Of The 2010s

                          Tim Britton: The 20 Best MLB Games Of The 2010s

                          The Athletic: The Athletic's MLB All-Decade Team
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                          Mookie Betts (19/28)

                          From 2010 to 2019, 1,838 position players made at least one plate appearance in the major leagues. Of those, only 742 stuck around long enough to log just short of a season's worth of plate appearances (600). Within that group, 14 position players earned the sport's greatest individual honor, the Most Valuable Player award. But none could top Betts' MVP campaign in 2018. When measured by FanGraphs' version of WAR (10.4), it ranked as the most valuable single season in the entire decade. That edged out Trout's 2013 (10.2), and Posey's 2012 (10.1). In an era in which some of the best players in the league can be classified as one-dimensional, Betts has become a star by excelling in every aspect of the game, a tribute to his athletic versatility. In high school, Betts was a standout star in basketball, baseball and bowling. He has participated in the World Series of baseball (2018) and the World Series of bowling (2015 and 2017). Among right fielders, Betts' 42.0 WAR for the decade, according to Baseball-Reference, ranks ahead of Stanton's 39.9. And Betts reached that total despite playing in 368 fewer games and swatting 169 fewer homers, a testament to his defense and baserunning.

                          Betts in the 2010s: 42.0 WAR, .301/.374/.519, 2018 AL MVP, four All-Star selections, four Gold Gloves, 965 hits, 229 doubles, 139 homers, 25 steals

                          The quote: "To come up as a second baseman and turn himself into the type of right fielder that he is just shows how athletic he is, for one, but also how dedicated he is to making himself better. Offensively, he's the MVP, but he runs the bases really, really well, he plays a Gold-Glove right field and puts up video-game-like numbers in the box. He can do it all." — Former Red Sox player Brock Holt

                                    

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                          Take a peek inside the Missoni flagship on Madison Avenue with this first look at the Italian fashion house's chic new boutique.

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                          Today on The Michelangelo Signorile Show on SiriusXM PROGRESS ch.127

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                          Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) has been fighting for the “dignity of work” for decades from his hometown of Mansfield, OH, to the national stage. In his new book Desk 88: Eight Progressive Senators Who Changed America, Sen. Brown traces progressive eras and political risk takers through the stories of the senators that used to occupy the desk he sits at in the Senate today. He joins me on the show to talk all about progressivism over the decades, plus news from Capitol Hill.

                          Since we last spoke with John Nichols of The Nation a lot has happened from bombshell public impeachment testimony, to upheaval in the Navy leadership over the case of a Navy SEAL accused of war crimes, to Michael Bloomberg officially announcing his presidential bid.  John returns to the show today to talk all about these issues and whole lot more, John is The Nation’s national-affairs correspondent, a contributing writer for The Progressive and In These Times and the associate editor of The Capital Times, the daily newspaper in Madison, Wisconsin.

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                          Listen to The Michelangelo Signorile Show weekdays live from 3-6 pm ET on SiriusXM Progress 127 and on the SiriusXM apps. Not a subscriber? Not a problem! Listen online any time with a free thirty-day pass or go to the app store and download SiriusXM for free and listen on your phone.
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                          On Friday, longtime Trump advisor and self-described “dirty trickster” Roger Stone was convicted in federal court of seven felonies. Independent journalist writing about national security and civil liberties, Marcy Wheeler of EmptyWheel,has been following the case and the many connections to the Mueller investigation, Trump and more. She joins me on the show today to talk about the verdict, plus the latest on impeachment.

                          Since we last spoke with John Nichols of The Nation a lot has happened from bombshell impeachment hearing testimony to the reelection of a Democratic governor in Louisiana to Trump’s decision to pardon three war criminals.  John returns to the show today to talk all about these issues and whole lot more, John is The Nation’s national-affairs correspondent, a contributing writer for The Progressive and In These Times and the associate editor of The Capital Times, the daily newspaper in Madison, Wisconsin.

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                          Carson Wentz and wife Madison announce they're expecting their first child

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                          Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz and his wife, Madison, announced on Thursday morning the two are expecting their first child.
                                    

                          New Foxconn study demands Walker get in-depth scrutiny by 12/3 media panel

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                          Given a stunning, independently-compiled expose about his crashing Foxconn  debacle - - 
                          - - what great timing by Wis Politics and the Milwaukee Press Club:
                          Former Governor Scott Walker to Speak at Newsmaker Luncheon
                          Walker will take questions from a panel of journalists and from the audience at the luncheon, set for 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Newsroom Pub, 137 E. Wells St. 
                          Questioners should pierce Walker's talking points and default to deflection and force him to explain why he put his re-election campaign above the public treasuries by routing unjustifiable and unsustainable subsidies and privileges to Foxconn, as a new, independent study lays out dispassionately:
                          The [George Mason University] Mercatus Center’s study, “The Economics of a Targeted Economic Development Subsidy,” looks at the economic case for and against economic development subsidies, focusing on Wisconsin’s pledge of $3.6 billion in incentives to Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group.
                          “The weight of economic theory suggests that these subsidies do not work and may even depress economic activity,” according to the study. “We show that under realistic scenarios the subsidy may depress state economic activity by tens of billions of dollars over the next 15 years.”
                          I have been following this story for 30 months and maintain a running archive about it all, here.
                          A Foxconn Fever primer
                          The new study is full of hared economic science and amazing/depressing tidbits which should be run past Walker. 

                          He'll never read it because he's free of accountability and prefers now to fly around the country making speeches and sampling airport food, but I urge the public and the luncheon's media guests and panelists to read it in full before the question period begins:

                          Some memorable excerpts from the study:
                           A footnote in a chart shows the full cost of the $252.3 million in I-94 system highway expansion near Foxconn, and fast-tracked by Assembly Speaker Vos (my commentary on that, here) for the company's benefit actually exceeds $408 million, given interest added through years of borrowing: 
                          *Page 9:"...to pay off $252.4 million in general obligation bonds for roadway construction. This committment will cost $408.3 million over 20 years; $306.225 million is 15 years’ worth of payments."
                          *Page 21:"...from 2018 to 2032, Wisconsin GDP will total $6.3 trillion. The higher taxes to fund a Generation 10.5 plant subsidy will be associated with economic losses in the range of $5.7 billion to $34.3 billion over that time period. Higher taxes to fund the subsidy for a Generation 6 plant will be associated with economic losses in the range of $1.8 billion to $10.6 billion." 
                          *Page 27: In a discussion of "X-inefficiency," or 'slack.' "In the case of Foxconn, X-inefficiency sug-gests that Wisconsin’s subsidy will allow the com-pany to waste up to $231 million annually (on aver-age) in unnecessarily high production costs, as this is the size of the annual subsidy (see table 1)." 
                          *Page 32: "Targeted economic development subsidies follow a pattern that is common to many government transfers: those who benefit from these subsidies are few in number, whereas those who pay for them are numerous. Foxconn is again illustrative: just one firm stands to receive a $3.6 billion subsidy while some 16,000 other Wisconsin businesses must pay a corporate income tax that could be reduced by 22 percent in the absence of that subsidy."  
                          [From *Page 19Similarly, the state's flat fuel tax of $0.309 per gallon could be lowered by 18.92 percent down to $0.25 per gallon. Or, more broadly, overall tax revenue could be reduced by 1.07 percent.
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                          Page 8:"...a recent state audit has found that, on average, firms receiving Wisconsin subsidies create only about 34 percent of promised jobs. 


                                    

                          Study: Foxconn subsidies could smother billions in future WI development

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                          Yet another study lays out the perils of the Walker-Fitzgerald-Vos multi-billion taxpayer soaking for the environmentally-damaging, small-town bulldozing, GOP-serving Foxconn boondoggle:
                          Study: Wisconsin's Foxconn deal could depress economic activity by "tens of billions of dollars"
                          Readers of this blog who have followed here 30 months of continual reporting and analysis will not be surprised by yet another independent accounting that shows how blatantly the public has been misled, as the new report notes: 
                          Using Wisconsin’s Foxconn subsidies as an example, we have shown that under most plausible scenarios, the taxes funding the subsidies will discourage more economic activity than will be encouraged by the subsidies themselves," according to the report. "In short, the net effect of targeted economic development subsidies is likely to be negative."
                          More, here.

                          [Updated continuously from June, 2017] This 360-post archive, tracks, explains and provides context for Wisconsin's public awards environmental favors, legal privileges and $4.5 billion in state and local funds to subsidize and assist Taiwan-based Foxconn. 
                          Call it a Scott Walker - - and failed campaign maneuver - - production.

                          From NBC Nightly News, 7/21/19

                          The archive also documents waivers of what been routine judicial and environmental reviews for a promised now- cancelled perhaps back-on-again-but-smaller?? Foxconn factory development that is still in line to receive a massive daily diversion of Lake Michigan water.











                                    

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                          Battery Route Sales Rep - Factory Motor Parts - Madison, WI

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                          Popular battery brands such as FVP, ACDelco, Motorcraft, and Trojan. Factory Motor Parts is so much more than an auto parts distributor! Be 21 years or older.
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                          Rehabilitation Technician - PRN | Kindred Healthcare

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                          DIRECTOR OF CHORAL ACTIVITIES University of Wisconsin–Madison

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                          Position Summary: The Mead Witter School of Music, located within the College of Letters & Science, serves over 300 majors at the undergraduate and graduate levels offering the B.A., B.S., B.M., M.A., M.M., D.M.A. and Ph.D. degrees and serves hundreds of non-majors through multiple auditioned and non-auditioned ensembles and course offerings. Along with the UW-Madison […]
                                    

                          Adopt Yago - therapy kitten a Bengal, Domestic Short Hair (Yago - therapy kitten (Petfinder.com))

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                          Yago is a lovely grey tabby Bengal mixture boy who would be a good therapy kitten or ESA. He is extremely loving and cuddly with everyone. Yago is good with other cats, calm dogs and gentle kids. He is neutered, negative for FIV and leukemia, dew... see more at Petfinder.com

                                    

                          Conf.: Agency & Race in the Criminal System – Madison, WI

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                          Apr 17, 2020 - Apr 21, 2020: 2020 NAMB Legislative and Regulatory Conference

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                          Join us in DC at the 2020 NAMB Legislative and Regulatory Conference

                          April 17 - 21, 2020, The Madison Washington, DC

                           
                          The Madison, a Hilton Hotel, is a refined heritage property within a mile of the National Mall, Smithsonian Museums and White House, and two Metro lines connecting guests with the entire city. Named for the fourth President of the United States, the upscale hotel has served as a sanctuary for decades and hosted nearly every U.S. president since JFK. 

                          Early bird pricing for this event is $249 per person until February 29, 2020!

                          Agenda for this event to be posted shortly!

                          Space is limited for this members-only event so, register today!

                           

                                    

                          Join Karen Olivo, Aaron Tveit and More at Exclusive Fan Signing Event for MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL Cast Album

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                          The Grammy-nominated Moulin Rouge! The Musical Original Broadway Cast Recording will get a vinyl release on Friday, December 13. To celebrate, cast members Karen Olivo, Aaron Tveit, Sahr Ngaujah, Tam Mutu, Ricky Rojas and Robyn Hurder will appear at Sony Square NYC on Friday, December 13 from 3:30pm to 5:30pm to sign copies of the vinyl and/or CD for fans.

                          Beginning Tuesday, December 10, fans can purchase an early copy of the Moulin Rouge! The Musical Original Broadway Cast Recording on both CD and vinyl at Sony Square NYC (25 Madison Avenue). Fans will receive a wristband with purchase. On December 13, each customer going through the signing line must have a wristband along with the copy of the Moulin Rouge! The Musical cast album vinyl or cd that they purchased at Sony Square. Wristbands are limited and will be given out on a first come, first serve basis. Sony Square NYC only accepts credit card payment. Cast appearance subject to change.

                          Moulin Rouge! The Musical, directed by Tony Award nominee Alex Timbers and with a book by Tony Award winner John Logan, choreography by Sonya Tayeh and music supervision, orchestrations and arrangements by Justin Levine, is now playing on Broadway at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre (302 W. 45th Street, NYC).

                          The design team includes Tony Award winner Derek McLane (sets), Tony Award winner Catherine Zuber (costumes), two-time Tony Award nominee Justin Townsend (lighting), Tony Award nominee Peter Hylenski (sound), Drama Desk Award winner David Brian Brown (wig and hair design), Sarah Cimino (Make-up design) and Matt Stine (Music Producer). Casting is by Jim Carnahan and Stephen Kopel.

                          The cast includes Tony Award winner Karen Olivo as Satine, Aaron Tveit as Christian, six-time Tony Award nominee Danny Burstein as Harold Zidler, Tony and Olivier award nominee Sahr Ngaujah as Toulouse-Lautrec, Tam Mutu as The Duke of Monroth, Ricky Rojas as Santiago and Robyn Hurder as Nini.

                          The ensemble and swings include Amber Ardolino, Jacqueline B. Arnold, Joe Beauregard, Olutayo Bosede, Kyle Brown, Sam J. Cahn, Max Clayton, Karli Dinardo, Yurel Echezarreta, Aaron C. Finley, Paloma Garcia-Lee, Bahiyah Hibah, Ericka Hunter, Holly James, Reed Luplau, Jeigh Madjus, Morgan Marcell, Caleb Marshall, Brandt Martinez, Jodi McFadden, Kaitlin Mesh, Kevyn Morrow, Fred Odgaard, Dylan Paul, Khori Michelle Petinaud and Benjamin Rivera. Ashley Loren is the Standby for Satine.

                          Enter a world of splendor and romance, of eye-popping excess, of glitz, grandeur and glory! A world where Bohemians and aristocrats rub elbows and revel in electrifying enchantment. Pop the champagne and prepare for the spectacular spectacular...Welcome to Moulin Rouge! The Musical.

                          Baz Luhrmann's revolutionary film comes to life onstage, remixed in a new musical mash-up extravaganza. Moulin Rouge! The Musical is a theatrical celebration of truth, beauty, freedom, and - above all - love. Moulin Rouge! The Musical is more than a musical; it is a state of mind.

                          "Spectacular! Euphoric! In Moulin Rouge! The Musical, life is beautiful," raves Ben Brantley of The New York Times. "Moulin Rouge! The Musical is a fabulous new musical. The high begins the instant you walk into the theatre," says Johnny Oleksinski of the NY Post. And Leah Greenblatt of Entertainment Weekly concludes that "it's easy to believe that Moulin Rouge! The Musical could run for 50 years."

                          As in the film, Moulin Rouge! The Musical celebrates some of the greatest popular music of the last 50 years. The stage musical features many of the iconic songs from the movie and also includes recent hits released since the movie premiered 18 years ago.

                          The Moulin Rouge of Paris is a dazzling and spectacular universe, the symbol of the Parisian way of celebrating since 1889. Starting life as a popular cabaret and dance hall, the venue became an iconic music hall in the Roaring Twenties, and then a theatre where numerous famous French and International Artistes stepped out into the limelight.

                          The Moulin Rouge! The Musical US national tour launches in November 2020 at New Orleans' Saenger Theatre. The musical will have its Australian premiere at Melbourne's Regent Theatre in 2021 and open in London's West End at the Piccadilly Theatre in March 2021.

                          The Moulin Rouge! The Musical Original Broadway Cast Recording is now nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. The album, produced by Baz Luhrmann, Justin Levine, Matt Stine & Alex Timbers, is now available by Baz Luhrmann's label, House of Iona, and RCA Records. The album debuted at #1 on Billboard's Cast Album chart.


                                    

                          Dec 3, 2019: Does State-Mandated High School Financial Education Affect Savings by Low-Income Households? at Vollum College Center

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                          Melody Harvey '10
                          University of Wisconsin-Madison

                          As of 2017, nearly 40% of American adults set aside no money in the past year for unexpected expenses. Young adults and low-income households, given their resource constraints, are even less likely to save for emergencies. Harvey uses pooled cross-sections from the Survey of Income and Program Participation to examine if financial education mandates impact young adults’ propensities to save at selected thresholds, finding no effects on bank account ownership or propensities to save for emerging adults overall. However, mandate exposure increased bank account ownership among those without postsecondary education credentials. These findings suggest that policymakers and educators may wish to shift curricula to focus more on liquid savings and cash flow management.

                          Sponsored by the Krause Economics Lecture Fund. Free and open to the public.

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                          Healthcare: Travel Nurse - Cath Lab RN - Iowa City, IA - Detroit, Michigan

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                          Travel Cath Lab Nurses (RN) Check out Devonian Fossil Gorge with this great RN Position in Iowa City, IA! Job Details --- Estimated $2,087 per week gross --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- IA/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS BCLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
                                    

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                          Travel Cath Lab Nurses (RN) Hike along Blues Trail with this great RN Position in Grafton, WI! Job Details --- Estimated $2,231 per week gross --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- WI/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
                                    

                          Other: Class C CDL Delivery Driver (Madison Heights) - Madison Heights, Michigan

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                          Plymouth, MI About McLaneMcLane Company, Inc. is one of the largest supply chain services leaders, providing grocery and foodservice supply chain solutions for convenience stores, mass merchants, drug stores and chain restaurants throughout the United States. McLane, through McLane Grocery and McLane Foodservice operates over 80 distribution centers across the U.S. and one of the nation's largest private fleets. The company buys, sells and delivers more than 50,000 different consumer products to nearly 110,000 locations across the U.S. In addition, McLane provides alcoholic beverage distribution through its wholly owned subsidiary, Empire Distributors, Inc. McLane is a wholly owned unit of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK) and employs more than 20,000 teammates.Transportation Job DescriptionJOB SUMMARY / GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Drives straight truck to transport of food staples, food specialty products and restaurant supplies to various foodservice customer locations. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS / PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:Other duties may be assigned. A teammate in this position must have the ability to:Drives straight truck from central loading area to customer locations according to assigned schedule.Unloads food items for customer delivery.Keeps records of trips and customer delivery receipts, and any exceptions.Reports any problems with vehicle operation to division transportation department.Maintains cleanliness of your truck.Performs other duties related to warehouse operations when not making deliveries. MINIMUM SKILLS AND QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:High school diploma or GED equivalence.CDL Class C driver's license.Commercial driving experience preferred.Must pass DOT physical examination.Ability to read and understand bills of lading and written instructions as related to customer deliveries.Ability to lift and carry up to 75 pounds; frequent lifting and carrying.Ability to push and maneuver loaded hand truck.Ability to adjust work schedule to meet customer needs. WORKING CONDITIONS:Straight TruckCustomer locationsWork schedule subject to occasional changesThe environment includes the areas of the distribution center and transportation department.Frequent exposure to outdoor temperature and weather conditions.EOE/AA/M/F/Vet/Disabled Associated topics: cdl b driving, cdl c, cdl c operator, cdl c owner operator, choferes clase b, conductores clase c, driver class b, driver class c, driving class b, driving class c ()
                                    

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                          Travel OR Nurses (RN) See the 220 species at the El Paso Zoo with this great RN position in El Paso, TX! Job Details --- Estimated $1,999 per week gross --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- TX/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
                                    

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                          Travel IR Nurses (RN) Explore the country and make some great money with this great RN position in Grafton, WI! Job Details --- Estimated $2,100 take home per week --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- WI/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
                                    

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                          Autobooks works hard to make small business banking simple. Through our partnerships with banks and credit unions, small business owners have access to a modern suite that makes business banking easier. When you join Autobooks, you're joining a team dedicated to small business growth. We want your ideas, passion and experience to continue improving what we offer. Our downtown Detroit HQ is in the vibrant Madison building, named one of the World's Coolest Offices by Inc. Magazine. Autobooks also has a growing presence in Texas with a satellite office in Austin; and offers flexible, remote work environments for certain roles. Ready to help change what it means to do small business? Let's talk. The Role: Product Trainer Autobooks creates invoicing, payment, and accounting software, and then distributes it through financial institutions (banks and credit unions) by installing it into their internet banking suite. The financial institutions offer the product to their small business clients as a new source of revenue and as a differentiator when compared to other competing institutions. The Product Trainer is responsible for preparing our financial institution partners for the Autobooks rollout in their market, as well as providing ongoing training support for their staff. The trainer will work with the account management team to assess a financial institution's training needs, develop a training program, set desired outcomes, and then execute the training sessions. The Product trainer will also develop and deploy follow up assessments to determine training effectiveness and evaluate if and when further training sessions are needed. Responsibilities: Utilize instructional systems design models such as ADDIE to create product training courses and materials Assist in the creation and deployment of assessment tools and processes to determine training effectiveness Determine the need for, create, and deploy additional training support tools for financial institution partners Execute training sessions via webinar and in person for financial institution partners Assist or lead in the creation of product training related video content Execute occasional internal training sessions for new Autobooks team members Work with the Account Management team ensure positive outcomes for financial institution deployments Create "raving fans" - of both you and Autobooks Coordinate timelines, tasks, and communication across several internal and external teams Other duties as assigned Required Experience/Skills: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent years of work experience 2 years in a training, instructional, or educational role Extremely high level of professionalism, comfortable presenting and talking to C-level executives Ability to multi-task and prioritize Ability to create / lead projects to create instructional product videos Flexibility and adaptability in responding to rapid change Ability to self-start and succeed with little supervision Willingness to learn and utilize new products and process changes Other Requirements: Familiarity with MS Office products Familiarity with project planning tools Ability to travel by air and/or car up to 15% Job Type: - Full time Job Location: - Detroit MI A flexible, entrepreneurial work environment and team atmosphere makes this a great place to work. Please provide a complete resume and work history detailing your qualifications and experience to careersautobooks.co and indicate "Product Trainer" - as the subject. To learn more about us, visit ()
                                    

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                          Poilane short fermentations, Yogurt?

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                          Poilane short fermentations, Yogurt?

                          Hello everyone, been away a long time.  Medical stuff has kept me still-bound for a long time.

                          Just trying to pick up a knife, and a banetton from time to time.  Knowing the reputation of Poilane (very sad to say, never been there yet), I picked up the book.  Couple questions.

                          The basic recipe - this is their flagship?  I am very humble in saying this but I've gotten much better results in terms of flavor and complexity using Hamelman from starter through to finished miche.  Can anyone comment?

                          Secondly, I don't understand the use of yogurt as a starter "seed."  I understand runnier yogurts contain mesophilics, but most yogurts I know contain entirely thermophilic bacteria, not kicking in until 115-122F or so.  There would be a very tiny amount of mesophilics, but I'm puzzled by this notion since s. thermophilus et al would be in the firmer commercial examples I consume. Is she perhaps talking about a runnier, mesophilic-based yogurt?  Any good commercial examples to use?

                          I've used Chez Panisse's unsulfured grapes, as well as their potato starter, to great results from years in Chicago.  Unfortunately in our move to Madison, my 12-year old or so starter froze and died.  I've not been too pleased with results since.

                          I'm the last person to question anything baking.  You guys are astounding, and obviously pretty laughable I'd be querying on Apollonia Poilane's method here.  Just wondering what your experiences are.  Many thanks.

                           


                                    

                          Andy Ruiz Does Not Intend to Let Joshua “Grow Balls in the Ring”

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                          By: Hans Themistode

                          Andy Ruiz Jr (33-1, 22 KOs) is currently all the way across the world in Saudi Arabia. On December 7th, he’ll be looking to prove that his June 1st contest against Anthony Joshua (22-1, 21 KOs) was no fluke.

                          Ruiz pulled off the unthinkable when he stopped Joshua in the seventh round of their contest at Madison Square Garden, in New York City. In doing so, he lifted the IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO Heavyweight titles.

                          Since winning, Ruiz has been seen wearing flashy jewelry, riding around in expensive cars and even upgraded to a much bigger home due to the payday he had received. Whispers has since circulated that maybe the fame and fortune has gotten to his head. Ruiz on the other hand has assured everyone that he hasn't changed in the slightest.

                          “I’m still the same Andy Ruiz,” said Ruiz. “I’m still the same chubby little fat kid with the big dream. I’m still that person”.

                          It’s a bit difficult to visualize Ruiz as the Heavyweight champion wouldn’t you agree?

                          It isn't because of his skill set as Ruiz is easily one of, if not the best boxer in the entire division. It also is not because of his appearance. Too much is being made of his tubby and stout body.

                          The reason why it is difficult to envision Ruiz as the Heavyweight champion of the world is because of his demeanor. Former champion Anthony Joshua had a mean streak in him that was apparent time and time again. Current WBC belt holder Deontay Wilder symbolizes fear more than anyone else. Ruiz on the other hand, is just about the nicest young man you will ever meet in your life.

                          With that being said however, don’t take his mr. nice guy attitude for weakness. Not only is he a cold blooded killer once he steps foot in the ring, but fight fans can expect him to be the same ferocious fighter come fight night.

                          “Inside the ring, I’m the champion of the world. I’m Mr Hulk in there and I’ve still got a lot to accomplish. This journey now is what I’ve been dreaming about all my life. I accomplished my dreams on June 1 and I’ve still got a lot to prove on Dec 7. Fight fans are going to see the same thing [in Saudi Arabia] they saw on June 1. The guy with big dreams going in there to dominate and to be heavyweight champion. Of course, they’re going to see a lot of fireworks. If he knocks me down, I’m going to get up and knock him down. I know he’ll try to do the same if I knock him down. The main thing is to stay focused and disciplined.”

                          With one of the biggest upsets in boxing history already in his possession, don't expect Ruiz to simply walk in with the same game plan. Anthony Joshua was a proud champion and is as motivated as ever to regain his championship glory.

                          “He is going to try to make adjustments,” said Ruiz. “I don’t know if he wants to exchange punches, but I’d love for him to do that because I’m the more skilled boxer. He’ll try to box me round and use his jab. But for how long? How long can he keep me away from hunting him down? That’s what we’ve been working on most of all right now, heading into the fight. I want to impose myself in this fight, but I don’t want to overlook him. He’s still a dangerous fighter. I respect him and all the fighters who risk their lives inside the ring. He’s going to have some tricks up his sleeve and it’s my job to not let that affect me. The main thing is pressure, throw combinations and use my speed. I can’t let him grow balls in there.”

                          It’s an interesting choice of words from Ruiz. If Joshua intends to reclaim his titles, he will have to do the one thing that Ruiz hopes does not happen, and that is to grow some balls in the ring.

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                          Joshua Claims Klitschko Helped Him Prepare For Rematch With Ruiz

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                          By: Sean Crose

                          Anthony Joshua has turned to an old foe to help him train for his rematch with Andy Ruiz this Saturday in Saudi Arabia. “He said loads of stuff to me,” England’s the Daily Sun quotes Joshua as saying of former heavyweight kingpin – and opponent – Wladimir Klitschko. “Wlad was definitely ahead of the game.” Fans and analysts have noticed that Joshua’s physique has changed somewhat in the leadup to this weekend’s heavyweight title matchup. The Londoner thinks that may be the result of taking Klitschko’s advice. “He was giving me dietary and training advice,” Joshua is quoted as saying, “and that is maybe what people are talking about now when they see a difference in my body.”

                          It makes sense that Joshua would turn to Klitschko – or accept an offer from the Ukrainian for help. For starters, both men are extremely tall and extremely fit. In other words, they fit the bill of the modern “supersized” heavyweight. On top of that, they’re now both famous for being destructible. Ruiz’ stunning stoppage win over Joshua last June at Madison Square Garden in New York showed that, appearances aside, Joshua can be stopped. Klitschko, on the other hand, was stopped numerous times earlier in his career.

                          Now, it looks as if Joshua may change things up a bit, as Klitschko did before him. Under the tutelage of famed trainer Emanuel Steward, Klitschko went from a power puncher with a glass jaw to a methodical, hard hitting, not always exciting heavyweight force that dominated his division for years. The question, of course, is how much Joshua is willing to change his style in the ring. A frequent criticism of Klitschko during the second half of his career was that the heavyweight kingpin played it too safe, using his enormous size, long reach, and consistent holding tactics, to keep opponents at bay.

                          Although fans may not be too eager to see Joshua change from the knockout artist who rose to his feet and stopped an aging Klitschko in a 2017 thriller to a safety-first technician in line with the man he once defeated, some are suggesting that might be a smart strategy. For Joshua was done in by going for the kill against Ruiz after he dropped his opponent last spring at Madison Square Garden. Rather than crumble, Ruiz chose to aggressively engage – and it was all downhill for Joshua from there. A more conservative ring strategy might end up serving Joshua well.

                          If one thing is certain, it’s the fact that Joshua was enormously impacted by the loss to Ruiz. Feeling betrayed by fair weather fans and analysts who proved all too quick to write him off, the 22-1 fighter clearly feels he has a lot to prove when he slips in between the ropes to face the 33-1 Ruiz for a second time. Admitting that Klitschko is “more disciplined” than himself, the 30 year old looks eager to take things up a notch. “I now have things to prove to myself,” the Daily Star quotes him as saying. “I want to take it more seriously because I'm going to that next level.”

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                          Pets in Need of Homes: Madison (Brought to You by A Furry Tail Come True)

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                          Nigeria: Foremost Nigerian Professor Dies in America

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                          [Premium Times] Tejumola Olaniyan, a professor of African Languages and Literature, died Saturday at his home in Wisconsin-Madison, USA.
                                    

                          Cubs free agent focus: Madison Bumgarner

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                          With Hot Stove season underway, NBC Sports Chicago is taking a look at some of MLB's top free agents and how they'd fit with the Cubs. If the budget-conscious Cubs look to add a major free agent this winter, signing longtime Giants starting pitcher Madison Bumgarner would be money well spent. The Cubs have an opening in their rotation and could fill it by bringing back Cole Hamels via free agency or replacing him with an internal candidate - i.e. Tyler Chatwood or Adbert Alzolay.
                                    

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                          Birth Announcement – Wrieden

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                          KEOKUK – Frankie Bowden and Jake Wrieden are proud to announce the birth of their son Ashton Gabriel Wrieden on Nov. 23, 2019 at Fort Madison Community Hospital Grandparents are John and Cassandra Bowden, Shawn [Read More...]

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                          Visit with Santa - Derby Fire and Rescue

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                          Event date: December 7, 2019
                          Event Time: 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
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                          715 E. Madison Ave.
                          Derby, KS 67037
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                          Join Derby firefighters for a visit and photo with Santa (bring your camera), refreshments and Christmas cheer.
                                    

                          Christmas in the Park

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                          Event date: December 14, 2019
                          Event Time: 08:00 AM - 08:00 PM
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                          Derby, KS 67037
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                          Event date: December 16, 2019
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                          Capital Improvement Program Committee Public Hearing

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                          Event date: December 16, 2019
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                          CDJ Today: November 28 in Classic Rock

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                          November 28, 1974 – John Lennon makes his last ever concert appearance when he joins Elton John on stage at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Lennon performs three songs: “Whatever Gets You Thru The Night,” “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds” and “I Saw Her Standing There.”  Lennon had lost a bet to Elton, who guaranteed … Continue reading CDJ Today: November 28 in Classic Rock

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                          Dec 7, 2019: Sarcoidosis Support Group at Leon & Norma Hess Center for Science and Medicine 1470 Madison Avenue

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                          Dec 19, 2019: Department of Cell, Developmental and Regenerative Biology Seminar Series at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

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                          Judith Kimble, Ph.D.

                          Professor, Department of Biochemistry

                          Laboratory of Molecular Biology

                          Professor, Department of Medical Genetics And Department of Cell And Regenerative Biology

                          University of Wisconsin - Madison

                          Title of Talk" Understanding the self-renewal hub in a germline stem cell regulatory network"

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                          Jan 9, 2020: Special Seminar- Katja Brose, PhD- Science Program Officer, Neurodegeneration Challenge Network, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative at Icahn Medical Institute- 1425 Madison Avenue, 13th Floor

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                          Chan Zuckerberg Initiative: Science Strategy and Neurodegenerative Disease Funding Opportunity

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                          SNOW AND SELLERS REUNITE FOR PAUL MILLER RACING FOR 2020

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                          The 2018 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GTD title-winning duo of Madison Snow and Bryan Sellers will reunite in 2020 aboard the Paul Miller Racing Lamborghini for a full-season assault. After stepping away from racing at the end of 2018, Snow made a return to the No. 48 Paul Miller GTD team at the recent Michelin … Continue reading
                                    

                          Complete List Of Clinton Associates Who Allegedly Died Mysteriously Or Committed Suicide Before Testimony

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                          Authored by Jim Hoft via GatewayPundit.com,

                          On Saturday multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein, the highest profile prisoner in US custody, was found dead in his prison cell in Manhattan.

                          This occurred the day after two thousand previously sealed court documents involving the Jeffrey Epstein child sex abuse case were released to the public.

                          The documents described how Bill Clinton held a private party on Jeffrey Epstein’s pedophile island.

                          Clinton made at least 27 times trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s private plane. Most of those flights were with underage girls.

                          Despite a previous attempt on his life just three weeks ago the prison guards skipped the 30 minute required checks on Epstein’s cell last night.

                          Early yesterday morning they found him dead.

                          Jeffrey Epstein is the latest in a long list of Clinton family associates and acquaintances who died mysteriously or committed suicide before their public testimony.

                          In 2016 CBS Las Vegas posted a list of Bill and Hillary Clinton associates alleged to have died under mysterious circumstances.

                          Here is that list.

                          1- James McDougal – Clintons convicted Whitewater partner died of an apparent heart attack, while in solitary confinement. He was a key witness in Ken Starr’s investigation.

                          2 – Mary Mahoney – A former White House intern was murdered July 1997 at a Starbucks Coffee Shop in Georgetown .. The murder …happened just after she was to go public w:th her story of sexual harassment in the White House.

                          3 – Vince Foster – Former White House counselor, and colleague of Hillary Clinton at Little Rock’s Rose Law firm. Died of a gunshot wound to the head, ruled a suicide.

                          4 – Ron Brown – Secretary of Commerce and former DNC Chairman. Reported to have died by impact in a plane crash. A pathologist close to the investigation reported that there was a hole in the top of Brown’s skull resembling a gunshot wound. At the time of his death Brown was being investigated, and spoke publicly of his willingness to cut a deal with prosecutors. The rest of the people on the plane also died. A few days later the Air Traffic controller commited suicide.

                          5 – C. Victor Raiser, II – Raiser, a major player in the Clinton fund raising organization died in a private plane crash in July 1992.

                          6 – Paul Tulley – Democratic National Committee Political Director found dead in a hotel room in Little Rock , September 1992. Described by Clinton as a “dear friend and trusted advisor”.

                          7 – Ed Willey – Clinton fundraiser, found dead November 1993 deep in the woods in VA of a gunshot wound to the head. Ruled a suicide. Ed Willey died on the same day his wife Kathleen Willey claimed Bill Clinton groped her in the oval office in the White House. Ed Willey was involved in several Clinton fund raising events.

                          8 – Jerry Parks – Head of Clinton’s gubernatorial security team in Little Rock .. Gunned down in his car at a deserted intersection outside Little Rock Park’s son said his father was building a dossier on Clinton He allegedly threatened to reveal this information. After he died the files were mysteriously removed from his house.

                          9 – James Bunch – Died from a gunshot suicide. It was reported that he had a “Black Book” of people which contained names of influential people who visited prostitutes in Texas and Arkansas

                          10 – James Wilson – Was found dead in May 1993 from an apparent hanging suicide. He was reported to have ties to Whitewater..

                          11 – Kathy Ferguson – Ex-wife of Arkansas Trooper Danny Ferguson, was found dead in May 1994, in her living room with a gunshot to her head. It was ruled a suicide even though there were several packed suitcases, as if she were going somewhere. Danny Ferguson was a co-defendant along with Bill Clinton in the Paula Jones lawsuit Kathy Ferguson was a possible corroborating witness for Paula Jones.

                          12 – Bill Shelton – Arkansas State Trooper and fiancee of Kathy Ferguson. Critical of the suicide ruling of his fiancee, he was found dead in June, 1994 of a gunshot wound also ruled a suicide at the grave site of his fiancee.

                          13 – Gandy Baugh – Attorney for Clinton’s friend Dan Lassater, died by jumping out a window of a tall building January, 1994. His client was a convicted drug distributor.

                          14 – Florence Martin – Accountant & sub-contractor for the CIA, was related to the Barry Seal, Mena, Arkansas, airport drug smuggling case. He died of three gunshot wounds.

                          15 – Suzanne Coleman – Reportedly had an affair with Clinton when he was Arkansas Attorney General. Died of a gunshot wound to the back of the head, ruled a suicide. Was pregnant at the time of her death.

                          16 – Paula Grober – Clinton’s speech interpreter for the deaf from 1978 until her death December 9, 1992. She died in a one car accident.
                          17 – Danny Casolaro – Investigative reporter, investigating Mena Airport and Arkansas Development Finance Authority. He slit his wrists, apparently, in the middle of his investigation.

                          18 – Paul Wilcher – Attorney investigating corruption at Mena Airport with Casolaro and the 1980 “October Surprise” was found dead on a toilet June 22, 1993, in his Washington DC apartment had delivered a report to Janet Reno 3 weeks before his death.

                          19 – Jon Parnell Walker – Whitewater investigator for Resolution Trust Corp. Jumped to his death from his Arlington ,Virginia apartment balcony August 15, 1993. He was investigating the Morgan Guaranty scandal.

                          20 – Barbara Wise – Commerce Department staffer. Worked closely with Ron Brown and John Huang. Cause of death: Unknown. Died November 29, 1996. Her bruised, naked body was found locked in her office at the Department of Commerce.

                          21 – Charles Meissner – Assistant Secretary of Commerce who gave John Huang special security clearance, died shortly thereafter in a small plane crash.

                          22 – Dr. Stanley Heard – Chairman of the National Chiropractic Health Care Advisory Committee died with his attorney Steve Dickson in a small plane crash. Dr. Heard, in addition to serving on Clinton ‘s advisory council personally treated Clinton’s mother, stepfather and brother.

                          23 – Barry Seal – Drug running TWA pilot out of Mena Arkansas, death was no accident.

                          24 – Johnny Lawhorn, Jr. – Mechanic, found a check made out to Bill Clinton in the trunk of a car left at his repair shop. He was found dead after his car had hit a utility pole.

                          25 – Stanley Huggins – Investigated Madison Guaranty. His death was a purported suicide and his report was never released.

                          26 – Hershell Friday – Attorney and Clinton fundraiser died March 1, 1994, when his plane exploded.

                          27 – Kevin Ives & Don Henry – Known as “The boys on the track” case. Reports say the boys may have stumbled upon the Mena Arkansas airport drug operation. A controversial case, the initial report of death said, due to falling asleep on railroad tracks. Later reports claim the 2 boys had been slain before being placed on the tracks. Many linked to the case died before their testimony could come before a Grand Jury.

                          THE FOLLOWING PERSONS HAD INFORMATION ON THE IVES/HENRY CASE:

                          28 – Keith Coney – Died when his motorcycle slammed into the back of a truck, 7/88.

                          29 – Keith McMaskle – Died, stabbed 113 times, Nov, 1988

                          30 – Gregory Collins – Died from a gunshot wound January 1989.

                          31 – Jeff Rhodes – He was shot, mutilated and found burned in a trash dump in April 1989.

                          32 – James Milan – Found decapitated. However, the Coroner ruled his death was due to natural causes”.

                          34 – Richard Winters – A suspect in the Ives/Henry deaths. He was killed in a set-up robbery July 1989.

                          THE FOLLOWING CLINTON BODYGUARDS ARE ALSO DEAD

                          35 – Major William S. Barkley, Jr.

                          36 – Captain Scott J . Reynolds

                          37 – Sgt. Brian Hanley

                          38 – Sgt. Tim Sabel

                          39 – Major General William Robertson

                          40 – Col. William Densberger

                          41 – Col. Robert Kelly

                          42 – Spec. Gary Rhodes

                          43 – Steve Willis

                          44 – Robert Williams

                          45 – Conway LeBleu

                          46 – Todd McKeehan

                          And the most recent, Seth Rich, the DC staffer murdered and “robbed” (of nothing) on July 10. Wikileaks founder Assange claims he had info on the DNC email scandal.

                          Not Included in this list are the 4 heroes killed in Benghazi.

                          And now you can add multi-millionaire Jeffrey Epstein to the list...


                                    

                          Trump Got His Wall, After All

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                          IN THE TWO YEARS AND 308 DAYS THAT DONALD Trump has been president, he has constructed zero miles of wall along the southern border of the United States. He has, to be fair, replaced or reinforced 76 miles of existing fence and signed it with a sharpie. A private group has also built a barrier less than a mile long with some help from Steve Bannon and money raised on GoFundMe. But along the 2,000 miles from Texas to California, there is no blockade of unscalable steel slats in heat-retaining matte black, no electrified spikes, no moat and no crocodiles. The animating force of Trump’s entire presidency—the idea that radiated a warning of dangerous bigotry to his opponents and a promise of unapologetic nativism to his supporters—will never be built in the way he imagined.

                          And it doesn’t matter. In the two years and 308 days that Donald Trump has been president, his administration has constructed far more effective barriers to immigration. No new laws have actually been passed. This transformation has mostly come about through subtle administrative shifts—a phrase that vanishes from an internal manual, a form that gets longer, an unannounced revision to a website, a memo, a footnote in a memo. Among immigration lawyers, the cumulative effect of these procedural changes is known as the invisible wall.

                          In the two years after Trump took office, denials for H1Bs, the most common form of visa for skilled workers, more than doubled. In the same period, wait times for citizenship also doubled, while average processing times for all kinds of visas jumped by 46 percent, even as the quantity of applications went down. In 2018, the United States added just 200,000 immigrants to the population, a startling 70 percent less than the year before.

                          Before Trump was elected, there was virtually no support within either party for policies that make it harder for foreigners to come here legally. For decades, the Republican consensus has favored tough border security along with high levels of legal immigration. The party’s small restrictionist wing protested from the margins, but it was no match for a pro-immigration coalition encompassing business interests, unions and minority groups. In 2013, then-Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions introduced an amendment that would have lowered the number of people who qualified for green cards and work visas. It got a single vote in committee—his own. As a former senior official at the Department of Homeland Security observed, “If you told me these guys would be able to change the way the U.S. does immigration in two years, I would have laughed.”

                          PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP REVIEWS PROTOTYPES FOR HIS “IMPENETRABLE, POWERFUL, BEAUTIFUL” WALL. (AP/EVAN VUCCI)

                          Senior adviser Stephen Miller is usually regarded as the White House’s immigration mastermind, but his maneuvering is only a sliver of the story. The most fine-grained and consequential changes would never have been possible without a group of like-minded figures stationed in relevant parts of the government—particularly the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, the agency within DHS that administers visas. Early in Trump’s presidency, said the former DHS official, there was a “strategic sprinkling” of people who “shared a common vision and were ready to outwork everybody.” They included Gene Hamilton, Miller’s “terrible sword at DHS” (his actual title was senior counselor to the secretary), and Francis Cissna, the soft-spoken former head of USCIS whom colleagues describe as “an encyclopaedia of immigration law” and “a total immigration nerd.” “If you said to him, what’s on page 468, second paragraph” of the Immigration and Nationality Act, another former DHS official marveled, “he would quote it to you.”

                          Amidst the chaos at DHS, the restrictionists have already radically scaled back America’s asylum and refugee programs for years to come. But no category of immigrant ( 1 ) The major avenues for legal immigration are via family (including marriage), employment and humanitarian programs for refugees and asylum seekers.has escaped the uptick of denials and delays—not the Palestinian student with a Harvard scholarship who was deported upon landing in Boston, or the Australian business owner forced to leave after building a life here. Not the Bolshoi Ballet stars who somehow failed to meet the criteria of accomplished artists, or the Iraqi translators who risked their lives for the U.S. military and whose annual admissions went from 325 to just two after the change in administration. Then there are the consequences that are harder to capture in headlines or statistics: the couples whose marriages broke down when the foreign spouse was forced to wait far longer than usual in their home country, and the unknown number of people who have abandoned the attempt to stay because of financial hardship or the strain of living with a level of uncertainty that becomes untenable.

                          “What became clear to me early on was that these guys wanted to shut down every avenue to get into the U.S.,” the first former senior DHS official said. “They wanted to reduce the number of people who could get in under any category: illegals, legals, refugees, asylum seekers—everything. And they wanted to reduce the number of foreigners already here through any means possible.” No government in modern memory has been this dedicated to limiting every form of immigration to the United States. To find one that was, you have to go a long way back, to 1924.

                          GERMAN-JEWISH REFUGEES ABOARD THE MS ST. LOUIS, WHICH WAS TURNED AWAY FROM THE UNITED STATES AND CUBA IN 1939.(BETTMANN VIA GETTY)

                          “ANATION OF IMMIGRANTS”—THESE FOUR WORDS, ( 2 ) The phrase was popularized by John F. Kennedy, who used it as the title of his 1958 book.genius in their concision, mask the messiest of histories. People like to recall that George Washington wanted America to “be an Asylum to the persecuted of the earth.” Less often praised: Ben Franklin’s contention that immigrants are “the most ignorant Stupid Sort of their own Nation.” Americans have been having some version of this argument ever since. And for much of the country’s existence, public opinion towards immigration has ranged from tepid to hostile. As Daniel Tichenor, author of the comprehensive history, “Dividing Lines,” puts it, “We love the immigrant past and dread the immigrant present.”

                          One rare exception came after the Civil War, when the country was desperate to replace the men who had died on the battlefield. A flourishing postwar confidence revived the idea that the country could absorb a never-ending stream of foreigners and fuse their best characteristics into that superior being, an American.

                          The turn began in the 1880s. Extremes of wealth had sparked massive labor strikes; out West, people fretted that the land was running out. Now, newcomers were a threat, and the more foreign they seemed, the more threatening they were. An early warning was the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, the first-ever prohibition of all people of a specific race. Over the next decade, a surge of European migrants accounted for 40 percent of population growth. From the 1890s, this wave was dominated not by English, Scandanavians, Germans or Irish, but by poorer southern and eastern Europeans and Russian Jews. As the country slid into a long depression, the new immigrants became the source and the target of a tinderbox anxiety. There were lynchings of Italians in New Orleans; attacks on Jewish farmers by Mississippi nightriders; a riot against Russian Jewish factory workers in New Jersey.

                          EDITORIAL CARTOONS FROM THE 1880S-1900S (ABOVE: LOUIS DALRUMPLE. BELOW: C.J. TAYLOR/ MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM)

                          For decades, nativists in Congress tried and failed to translate this hostility into new immigration laws. It wasn’t until the early 1920s, after Warren Harding was elected president on an “America First” platform, that two Republican lawmakers, Representative Albert Johnson and Senator David Reed, finally realized a restrictionist dream: a comprehensive racial quota system devised to keep American bloodlines pure. “[T]he country would never be the same,” wrote John Higham in his definitive account of American nativism, “Strangers in the Land”—“either in its social structure or in its habits of mind.”

                          To build the public case for their legislation, Johnson and Reed teamed up with the leading eugenicists of the day. Johnson enlisted Harry Laughlin, who in 1936 received an honorary degree from a German university for his contributions to the “science of racial cleansing,” to conduct research for the House Immigration Committee. Johnson also worked closely with Madison Grant, whose manifesto, “The Passing of the Great Race,” is a deranged codification of white men into three “races” of descending desirability—Nordics, Alpines and Mediterraneans. Grant’s conclusion, drawn from spurious analyses of skull shape and nose width, was that the new immigrants should be scientifically excluded from the definition of whiteness. They were “human flotsam … breeding out their masters and killing by filth and by crowding as effectively as by the sword.”

                          In 1924, President Calvin Coolidge signed the Johnson-Reed Act, which accorded with his own belief that that “America must be kept American.” The law would ultimately shut down most immigration except for a meager inflow dominated by people Madison Grant would have called Nordics. Everyone else faced waitlists of 10 to 75 years, depending on the quota allotted to their country of origin. The law also birthed a national immigration bureaucracy—what Tichenor calls “an increasingly elaborate immigration control system of racist design.”

                          Until this point, nearly everyone who arrived at a port of entry like Ellis Island was admitted to the United States. There was no requirement for a visa. Johnson-Reed was deliberately engineered to prevent most immigrants from ever boarding a steamship, by requiring them to obtain visas from U.S. consulates abroad. The State Department, which ran the consulates, was notoriously anti-Semitic: In 1921, the chief of the Consular Service supplied a report to Congress describing Jewish people as “filthy, un-American, and often dangerous in their habits.” By the 1930s, as Hitler launched his assault on the Jews of Europe, the new visa system was perfectly calibrated not to help the growing ranks of refugees, but to keep them out.

                          In 1934, President Franklin Roosevelt ordered consulates to give Jewish refugees “the most humane and favorable treatment possible under law.” After that, admissions actually went down. Mere presidential preference was no match for the immigration bureaucracy, which erected, in the words of historian David Wyman, a formidable “paper wall.”

                          The paper wall’s architect was Samuel Miller Breckinridge Long—Breckinridge Long to the public. Thin and rangy, intermittently beset by nervous ailments, Long was born to a family that was practically Confederate aristocracy. He’d glided through Princeton, married into money and spent a good deal of his career as a bureaucrat of middling talents. Thanks to his old pal “Frank” Roosevelt, in 1939 he was put in charge of refugee admissions, though he had no relevant experience. From then on, Roosevelt essentially abdicated refugee policy to Long because he was so spooked by the politics: In 1938, the year of Kristallnacht, 86 percent of Americans opposed an emergency increase of refugee admissions.

                          BRECKINRIDGE LONG (MYRON DAVIS/THE LIFE PICTURE COLLECTION VIA GETTY)

                          From the nativists' perspective, Long was the best possible man for the moment. He believed the overwhelming majority of refugees were propagandists, subversives, freeloaders and derelicts. And he knew exactly how to protect his country from the “alien influx”—with the merciless application of rules, regulations, procedures and forms.

                          In 1940, Long issued a memo instructing subordinates to avoid granting visas to European refugees for a “temporary period of indefinite length.” From today's vantage point, his methods are eerily familiar. “We could do this by simply advising our consuls to put every obstacle in the way and to require additional evidence and resort to various administrative devices which would postpone and postpone and postpone the granting of the visas,” he explained. Later, he would crow in his diary: “The cables practically stopping immigration went!”

                          Consular officials had enormous latitude in determining a refugee’s fate. In France, you had to obtain an exit visa, a transit visa, an entry visa for the U.S., moral and political affidavits of support, certificates of good behavior and a paid ticket for the ship. You couldn’t get a visa without a ticket, which were sold out months in advance, and you couldn’t get a ticket without a visa, which were only valid for four months, and if just one of your documents had expired on the day of departure, you had to start all over again.

                          “IT TAKES MONTHS AND MONTHS TO GRANT THE VISAS AND THEN IT USUALLY APPLIES TO A CORPSE.”

                          One of the most powerful tools employed by visa officials was the public charge rule—a component of federal law which states that a person can’t be admitted to the United States if they are likely to become a burden on the state. Although the rule had been on the books since 1882, it was barely observed until the Depression. Under Long, consulates wielded it with abandon. To Jewish refugees of Nazi Germany, the rule must have seemed like a sadistic joke, since throughout the 1930s they had been forced to relinquish up to 90 percent of their capital when they left the country. Even if they were lucky enough to have American financial sponsors, the standards of proof were constantly shifting. As a result, there were multiple years after Hitler seized power in which the U.S. did not fill its annual quota of just under 30,000 immigrants from Germany. In 1938, for example, the State Department admitted 19,552 former residents of the Third Reich, not all of whom were Jewish.

                          And yet Breckinridge Long wasn’t satisfied. Convinced Germany was infiltrating America with spies disguised as refugees, he created, for the first time, a centralized immigration processing system based in Washington. Applicants submitted letters of support, financial records and character testimonies. Sponsors were scrutinized. Five committees from different agencies reviewed every application. After that, the flow of refugees nearly stopped altogether. In a speech, Representative Emanuel Cellar blamed Long for the “gruesome bottleneck.” He observed: “It takes months and months to grant the visas and then it usually applies to a corpse.”

                          A MEETING OF THE WAR REFUGEE BOARD IN 1944. SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGENTHAU, JR., IS IN THE CENTER. (FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT LIBRARY)

                          In January 1944, Treasury Secretary Robert Morgenthau demanded a meeting with Roosevelt and Long to discuss the situation. He came armed with an investigative memo, which he titled “Report to the Secretary on the Acquiescence of This Government in the Murder of the Jews.” It documented Long’s machinations in devastating detail. Roosevelt immediately agreed to create a War Refugee Board outside Long’s control. Its work during the remainder of the war demonstrated just how many more lives could have been saved: According to Wyman, it managed to rescued around 200,000 people in 18 months.

                          Long fumed at his demotion, raging to his diary that he had been “thrown to the wolves.” One of his great regrets was that he no longer enjoyed the favor of his old friend Frank. The loss of status gnawed at him. He retired by the end of 1944, and after writing a memoir that failed to find a publisher, mostly concentrated on breeding race horses, which usually lost. To the end of his life, according to his biographer, Neil Rolde, he never acknowledged, or apparently even realized, the magnitude of what he had done.

                          And yet even after the horrors of the Nazi regime were fully revealed, Johnson-Reed wasn’t overturned for another two decades. The law that replaced it, the Hart-Cellar Act of 1965, is often celebrated as the moment that America opened its doors to the world. At the time, though, its authors had more modest goals. Shamed into action by the civil rights movement, they planned to abolish the racial quotas and create a merit system allowing for limited immigration from outside of Europe.

                          It was only a last-minute nativist intervention that turned the law into something very different. An antsy Democratic congressman named Michael Feighan secured a provision allowing people to qualify through family ties as well—reasoning that since most immigrants were white, it would protect the racial status quo. “The bill that we sign today is not a revolutionary bill,” President Lyndon Johnson promised. “It will not upset the ethnic mix of our society,” Senator Ted Kennedy agreed.

                          Instead, the law changed the composition of America by accident. Among other things, Feighan completely failed to consider that people from non-European countries would qualify under the merit system and then sponsor their relatives, the process restrictionists term “chain migration.” ( 3 ) “Congress was saying … 'We need to open the door for some more British doctors, some more German engineers,’” sociologist Stephen Klineberg told NPR. “It never occurred to anyone, literally, that there were going to be African doctors, Indian engineers, Chinese computer programmers who’d be able, for the first time in the 20th century, to immigrate to America.”The foreign-born population grew from 9.6 million in 1965 to 45 million in 2015, with 90 percent of those new arrivals coming from outside Europe—mostly from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The United States became, wrote historian Aristide Zolberg, “the first nation to mirror humanity.” To restrictionists, the 1965 reforms are the original sin, the moment when America betrayed its workers, sacrificed a mythic social cohesion and placed the country’s heritage and its future at mortal risk. And ever since, reversing those reforms has been their overriding goal.

                          NEW CITIZENS IN LOS ANGELES ON SEPTEMBER 13, 1995.(GILLES MINGASSON/GETTY)

                          BACK WHEN JEFF SESSIONS WAS A U.S. SENATOR, HE routinely selected a few staffers to join him in his office for a seminar-style discussion of whatever happened to be on his mind that day. Increasingly over the years, the subject was immigration. These conversations could last for hours. Some staffers surreptitiously tried to work on their phones while the senator dialed up an academic or wended his way through an idea as if preparing to argue a case before a jury. But Sessions’ communications director, Stephen Miller, was invigorated by the intellectual exchange. “They kind of fed off each other,” said one regular attendee. Late in the day, Sessions often took Miller along to his hideaway—the unmarked nook each senator has near the chamber. There, Sessions would decant that day’s conversation into a speech written on a legal pad and deliver it on the floor. “I don’t know how many people listened,” a former staffer said.

                          Miller, though, was paying close attention. He’d been railing against immigrants since his high school days as a minor conservative talk radio celebrity in Santa Monica, but his vitriol tended towards the generic—immigrants shouldn’t speak Spanish; their communities were incubators for terrorism and crime. By contrast, Sessions’ desire to curb immigration was part of a wider set of concerns about Americans who had been shut out of the modern economy, underpinned by a cohesive historical argument. On numerous occasions, he praised Johnson-Reed, ignoring its explicitly racist motivations and painting it simply as an effort by Coolidge to raise wages, as well as the sole engine of America’s postwar prosperity.

                          THEN-SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS AND HIS COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, STEPHEN MILLER, IN JANUARY 2014 (ANDREW HARNIK/THE WASHINGTON TIMES)

                          Similar historical references were cropping up in Miller’s private emails, too. In a series of messages from 2015 obtained by the Southern Poverty Law Center, Miller pinged Breitbart reporter Katie McHugh with ideas for stories celebrating “the heritage established by Calvin Coolidge” and lamenting the damage done by the 1965 legislation. The culmination of the Miller-Sessions mindmeld was a 25-page primer hand-delivered to every Republican congressional office that year. Written by Miller, it lauded the 1924 reforms for ushering in “a sustained slowdown that allowed wages to rise, assimilation to occur, and the middle class to emerge.” It would become a foundational document for the Trump campaign’s immigration platform.

                          The day after Trump’s election victory, Gene Hamilton started assembling a team to develop an immigration roadmap for the transition and beyond. Hamliton, then a legal adviser to Sessions in his thirties, relied heavily on staffers for Sessions and Senator Chuck Grassley, whose offices had for years been a lonely beacon for restrictionist groups like the Federation for American Immigration Reform, or FAIR; the Center for Immigration Studies and NumbersUSA. From the outset, according to “Border Wars,” by Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Michael Shear, Hamilton’s small braintrust knew they had to fight on two fronts—against liberal-minded career staffers and mainstream Republican appointees wedded to the status quo.

                          Hamilton himself had a deep knowledge of DHS ( 4 ) Before working for Sessions, Hamilton had spent two years working for various DHS offices, and also interned at Immigration and Customs Enforcement while in law school.and a knack for the inside game, both of which became valuable assets when he joined the department. “He would take the pen on a lot of things,” the former DHS official said—meaning he’d assume responsibility for writing a document, giving him the power to set the terms of the debate and the process. “He was sort of the political commissar,” another former senior DHS official explained. “You had to work with him to make sure you weren’t going to get your legs chopped out underneath you.”

                          For USCIS director, Hamilton recommended Cissna, a DHS lawyer who’d spent the past two years detailed to Grassley’s office. “Our family is literally a product of our nation’s legal immigration system,” Cissna said at his confirmation hearing, explaining that his grandparents were Peruvian, his wife’s family was Middle Eastern and that he only spoke Spanish to his kids at home. Although he largely shared Miller’s policy goals, his position on immigration “wasn’t a race thing,” the second former DHS senior official told me. Instead, the official said, Cissna saw himself as a “steward of the law,” which he believed should be enforced according to the narrowest interpretation. Quiet and not overtly political, he was nonetheless a canny operator. When he took over at USCIS, “he knew which small things could change to have a big effect,” said Mark Krikorian, the executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies. “He couldn’t be bamboozled by bureaucrats. He knew their job in a way a lot of political appointees don’t.”

                          FRANCIS CISSNA. (WIN MCNAMEE/GETTY)

                          Kathy Nuebel Kovarik, a veteran Grassley staffer, was put in charge of the USCIS policy office a couple of weeks after her former boss recommended her to Trump via tweet. (“@POTUS If u want a real expert on fixing H1B a former staffer of mine just moved to HomelandSecurity Call my office I will tell WHO SHE IS.”) She brought in Robert Law, FAIR’s governmental relations director, as her senior adviser. Law was smart but rigid. “You couldn’t convince him of anything he didn’t already believe,” said a person who worked with him at USCIS. Along with other alumni of restrictionist groups, ( 5 ) Julie Kirchner, a former FAIR executive director, became USCIS ombudsman, and Jon Feere, a former CIS analyst, became a senior adviser at ICE.Law became a resource for some DHS officials who lacked an immigration background but found the issue consuming their jobs. “They could tell you, this is the law, this is the history of it. It was fascinating,” said one. “They had been following this for decades.”

                          At first, things didn’t move as nearly quickly as Miller and Hamilton wanted, mostly because of Trump’s first DHS Secretary, John Kelly. “He was a difficult guy for people to mess with. Even Stephen Miller,” recalled the former DHS official. It wasn’t until Kelly became White House chief of staff in July 2017, another former official explained, that Miller was able to “consolidate his strength.”

                          A couple of months later, a meeting was convened at the department, with the acting secretary, Elaine Duke, the most senior figure present. According to a person who was there, Hamilton abruptly took control of the gathering, cutting Duke out of the conversation completely. “Everyone was looking at each other. We’d never seen anything like this—a guy with no standing [taking over the meeting].”

                          Hamilton informed the group they needed to produce memos outlining how to enact 10 White House policy priorities, including how to get rid of a 20-day limit on holding children in detention and how to use family separation to discourage migration. He wanted the memos within days.

                          The DHS policy office started work according to normal operating procedure—gathering information and assessing the legality and merits of the proposals. Normally, this would take months. “It drove the White House crazy,” said the former DHS official. “Duke’s chief of staff kept asking, ‘Dude, where are the memos?’ He was getting pounded by the White House.” Many of the memos were never produced, the official added, because “some of the [ideas] were so clearly bad.” (Hamilton didn’t respond to a request for comment.)

                          GENE HAMILTON “WAS SORT OF THE POLITICAL COMMISSAR,” A FORMER OFFICIAL SAID. “YOU HAD TO WORK WITH HIM TO MAKE SURE YOU WEREN’T GOING TO GET YOUR LEGS CHOPPED OUT UNDERNEATH YOU.”

                          At USCIS, the pressure to scrap old policies and roll out new ones was relentless. In theory, the chief counsel’s office was supposed to conduct thorough legal analyses of all new initiatives. Sometimes the office was cut out of the loop; sometimes lawyers were informed of a new memo the day before it dropped, requiring them to scramble till midnight or later to ensure it met basic legal standards. Comment skirmishes broke out within draft documents, with career staff inserting concerns and political appointees stripping them out. The political appointees “really didn’t care about the operational impact of different policies or litigation concerns,” recalled a former agency lawyer. Hamilton himself has essentially confirmed this. “That sounds like the craziest policy you could ever have,” he said in a deposition when asked if DHS had assessed the litigation risk of ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. “You could never do anything if you were always worried about being sued.”

                          Kovarik and Law also pushed staffers to dig up evidence for their preferred policies, even when the facts didn’t oblige. For instance, they insisted on advancing the termination of temporary protected status ( 6 ) A temporary status provided to nationals of certain countries experiencing problems that make it difficult or unsafe to return there.for several “shithole countries”—the president’s term—even when experts at State and USCIS recommended extensions. The problem with the official analysis for Haiti, Kovarik explained to a career staffer in an October 2017 email, “is that it reads as though we’d recommend an extension because we talk so much about how bad it is.” The staffer replied, carefully, "We can comb through the country conditions to try to see what else there might be, but the basic problem is that it IS bad there.” Later that month, Law assigned an “important research project” to a low-level employee. “I need positive data on the current status of Haiti to bolster the recommendation to terminate TPS. Improvements or the like that I can plug in,” he wrote. “Be creative.”

                          In a separate exchange, Cissna complained that staffers hadn’t done a very elegant job of massaging the facts in order to end TPS status for Sudan. "The memo reads like one person who strongly supports extending TPS for Sudan wrote everything up to the recommendation section and then someone who opposes extension snuck up behind the first guy, clubbed him over the head, pushed his senseless body of out of the way, and finished the memo,” he wrote.

                          Even though USCIS had announced plans to kill DACA and end TPS for six countries, the political appointees were being bombarded by Miller to go faster. One of his obsessions was a regulation for a far tougher version of the public charge rule, which had to go through a mandatory administrative process. In June 2018 emails obtained by Politico, Miller berated Cissna for the “unacceptable” timeframe, writing, “I don't care what you need to do to finish it on time.” Cissna stuck to his principles. “He believed,” said the former DHS official, that “this could all get done through the rule of law.”

                          ACTIVISTS OUTSIDE THE SUPREME COURT IN NOVEMBER, FOLLOWING A HEARING ON DACA.(CHIP SOMODEVILLA /GETTY)

                          OVER AND OVER, IN PUBLIC AND TO HIS STAFF WITHIN USCIS’s boxy beige headquarters on Massachusetts Avenue, Cissna insisted that his mission was simply to enforce the law as it was written. At an event last year, he brought along his copy of the Immigration and Nationality Act, a brick of a book stuffed with yellow post-it notes, and patted it almost affectionately. “Everything we do at the agency should be guided by that, not by, you know, any other thing,” he said in his halting manner. “That’s our Bible.”

                          It was an effective claim, and a disingenuous one. So much of America’s immigration code is open to interpretation. There’s no objective test for whether a concert violinist meets the legal standard of “exceptional;” whether a full-stack Java developer is a “specialized” occupation; whether a certain type of kidney condition technically qualifies as a “hardship.” Many decisions inevitably come down to the judgement of individuals, which means they’re susceptible to the peculiar psychology of the immigration bureaucracy.

                          “In my own office, I am queen,” one former visa adjudicator told me. What she meant was that the guy down the hallway might require a lot more evidence than she did, or interpret the legal criteria more stringently, and that it wouldn’t be remotely strange if they each reviewed the same case and reached opposite conclusions. Within processing offices, “people get reputations,” she said. There are the officers inclined to give applicants the benefit of the doubt and those hunting for a reason to deny. Many aren’t ideological at all, but are swayed by the preferences of their supervisors. “Everyone learns to write for the teacher,” one officer observed.

                          All this variability gives each USCIS office a distinct culture. It’s why lawyers regard the Vermont processing center as reasonably fair and efficient and the one in California as more of a crapshoot. You can sense these distinctions as an immigrant, even if you don’t understand them. You file one application and it goes through smoothly; then a subsequent one gets snagged on some unseen impediment. A new boss, maybe, or a big immigration controversy, or some directive that causes the culture within the agency to change.

                          A few months after Cissna was confirmed, in February 2018, he removed the phrase “nation of immigrants” from USCIS’s mission statement. Less noticed but more significant was his decision to strip references to “customer service” from internal manuals. Staffers knew exactly what this meant. USCIS started referring to applicants as “customers” during the Obama administration, and the change was detested by more skeptical employees, who preferred terms like “foreign nationals” or “aliens.” León Rodriguez, the agency’s director from 2014 to 2017, explained that the deletion of the word “customer” could reshape every aspect of an officer’s work: “It’s a statement that your performance will not be judged based on how you treat the people with whom you’re interacting. Your courtesy, transparency, care in explaining things, compassion. Over time that changes what people prioritize.”

                          “THE STATISTICS FOR VISA APPROVALS AND DENIALS FOR THE LAST DECADE WERE RELATIVELY CONSISTENT,” SPAULDING SAID. “THEN ABOUT TWO YEARS AGO, ALL HELL BROKE LOOSE.”

                          The new priority was visa fraud. There had long been a subset of staffers, including upper-level employees, who were convinced that most immigrants were trying to cheat the system in some way. They were mostly kept at bay because the agency’s own statistics showed consistently low levels of fraud. Under Cissna, that all changed. “There was a sense of urgency across the agency that was palpable,” said Spaulding, who worked as an investigator for the fraud unit in Philadelphia from 2006 until 2019. He described the new mandate as: “Your job as adjudicator is to ferret out fraud. Good adjudicators find fraud. Bad ones don’t.” Adjudicators were also trained in more adversarial styles of interviewing, Spaulding said, “like a Customs and Border Protection officer.” (USCIS spokesperson Matthew Bourke said adjudicators regularly receive training to detect fraud but are not instructed to be adversarial.) Across the agency, there was a pronounced shift to what Rodriguez called a “law enforcement model—the sort of culture change very much driven from the top.”
                          Meanwhile, the political appointees under Cissna were churning out memos announcing administrative changes to visa processing that were devastating in their banality. “If you go through the statistics [for visa approvals] for the last decade, they were relatively consistent,” Spaulding said. “Then about two years ago, all hell broke loose.”

                          The first memo, issued in October 2017, eliminated something called “prior deference.” Previously, if a person had been greenlit multiple times for certain visas, the adjudications officer would check the circumstances that had changed since the last one. Now, every petition has to be reviewed as if the person was a first-time applicant—a vastly more time-consuming exercise. A former USCIS lawyer told me the memo was very much motivated by the new emphasis on fraud: Excavating old applications provided an opportunity to “get that gotcha moment.” Publicly, though, the agency couldn’t cite that as the justification, “because the stats didn’t back it up. So we had to say something else.”

                          The administration, Miller included, often insisted that its policies weren’t anti-immigrant, that it wanted to prioritize high-skilled workers over family-based migrants. And yet the changes coming out of USCIS seemed designed to make it difficult for those workers to come to the United States, too. Denials for first-time H1B applicants, who need a bachelor’s degree, jumped from 6 percent in the 2015 financial year to 32 percent in the first quarter of 2019. And even those numbers don’t tell the full story. An H1B visa typically lasts three years, but lawyers report a pattern of approvals for durations so short they are effectively useless—a week or even a day. In a hearing in D.C. district court, the judge asked the lawyer representing USCIS whether a one-day approval was “as good as a denial.” The government’s lawyer admitted: “There's little practical difference, I would agree with that.”

                          EVERY USCIS OFFICE HAS ITS OWN DISTINCT CULTURE. (JOHN MOORE/GETTY)

                          For immigrants trying to navigate the rapidly changing rules, everything just kept getting harder. The length of most forms has doubled or tripled or worse. Fees are going up for many visas. Under a new policy of mandatory in-person interviews for employment green cards, the average processing time has gone from around 10 months to more than two years in multiple cities. Yet another memo enabled the government to reject applications without giving the person a chance to correct errors, even incredibly trivial ones. ProPublica found a case that was rejected “because the seventh page, usually left blank, was not attached.” Another was denied “because it did not have a table of contents.” (USCIS has since said it does not intend to reject petitions for “innocent mistakes.”) Meanwhile, the agency has barricaded itself from communication. It is in the process of shuttering 16 of its 23 international offices. Where lawyers could once call or email the office that was handling a case, now they spend hours on hold in a Kafkaesque game of phone tag with a national customer service center. If they miss a return call, they have to start the inquiry from the beginning.

                          Inside USCIS, the new restrictions and requirements created a “pattern of chaos,” Spaulding said, as adjudicators struggled to “respond to what they think their superiors want.” For instance, the agency is issuing far more RFEs, or requests for additional evidence. ( 7 ) In the first quarter of 2019, the agency issued RFEs in 60 percent of H1B cases, compared to only 20 percent in 2016.“RFEs used to be common sense under Obama—if you can show the evidence, you get approval,” said Matt Cameron, a Boston lawyer who handles both employment and asylum cases. Now, they’re used as a stalling device. Lawyers are routinely asked for basic documents they’ve already submitted. One attorney was told to prove that the client’s mechanical engineering degree was relevant to his job as a mechanical engineer. Another was instructed to provide additional evidence that her client’s marriage was genuine. “I’m like, are you high?” the lawyer said. “Two people who have adopted a child together eight years ago have a fake marriage?”

                          More often, though, attorneys say they simply receive the same vague, boilerplate questions for multiple clients. For an officer behind on his caseload, Spaulding explained, an RFE is “one of the best ways to buy time.” While the applicant prepares a response, the case is no longer counted as open on the officer’s docket. By the end of 2018, USCIS’s total backlog of pending cases was a record 5.7 million.

                          Still, Stephen Miller wasn’t satisfied. He kept pushing Cissna to rush out the public charge regulation before it had been fully vetted. When word started to spread that Cissna could be forced out, restrictionist groups told reporters his ouster would be a “colossal mistake.” But it was too late. On May 24, Cissna resigned at Trump’s request in a Miller-driven purge that also claimed DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. (Cissna didn’t respond to requests for comment.) For the past two years, one USCIS career staffer recalled, she and her demoralized colleagues kept telling themselves that “it could be worse.” Then, in June, Ken Cuccinelli was named the agency’s acting director—“and it did get worse.”

                          A MAKESHIFT ENCAMPMENT AT THE U.S. BORDER PATROL STATION IN MCALLEN, TEXAS, THIS MAY.(REUTERS/LOREN ELLIOTT)

                          LATE THIS SUMMER, KEN CUCCINELLI INSTALLED A lumpy human-sized replica of the Statue of Liberty in USCIS headquarters, by a window overlooking Massachusetts Avenue. It was a very on-brand bit of trolling: About two weeks earlier, he had finally announced the public charge regulation at a press conference at the White House. There, Cuccinelli suggested that the famous Emma Lazarus poem affixed to the Statue of Liberty (the real one) would be more accurate if it read: “Give me your tired and your poor who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge.” The poem, he added, was about “people coming from Europe.”

                          Cuccinelli is a very different political animal from Cissna, one far more suited to Trumpworld. One of his conditions for accepting the job, according to a source, was that a government car ferry him every day to Washington from his home an hour and a half away in rural Nokesville, Virginia. A conservative purist with a showman’s instinct, he tweets a lot, often about Immigrations and Customs Enforcement or CBP operations that seemed to excite him more than the work of his own agency. Some of the tweets are transparently bespoke for an audience of one. In September, he posted an image of a framed photograph of Trump next to a giant stack of paper, which was a new USCIS policy changing all uses of “foreign nationals” to “aliens.”

                          KEN CUCCINELLI WITH LADY LIBERTY AND WITH CBP OFFICERS ON THE RIO GRANDE. (@USCISCUCCINELLI/TWITTER)

                          He also shares his boss’s impatience with the slow pace of policy-making. “It seems like everybody in government defers to DOJ,” Cuccinelli told Mark Krikorian at a recent panel discussion. “I don’t operate that way. Lawyers advise and they can deal with my decision as best they can. They may not be [happy].” A former DHS official who worked with Cissna told me Cuccinelli “respected what Cissna did. But where Cissna would have to get something to 98 percent to make him feel good, I think Ken Cuccinelli is much more of a 60 or 70 percent kind of guy.”

                          Some DHS leaders, though, felt Cuccinelli’s Trumpian pronouncements were getting in the way of Trump’s agenda. Exhibit A was the outrage provoked by his comments on the Statue of Liberty. “There was concern at DHS that you had an extremely complicated rule, the public charge, which deserved a full policy discussion,” said one former official. “It was fettered by this discussion of the poem, which bore no relevance to the issue.” Asked whether Cuccinelli had ignited the controversy by accident or on purpose, the official paused for an uncomfortably long time and finally said, dryly, “He thinks of himself as a very talented communicator.”

                          Out of all the administration’s immigration reforms, the public charge rule has been the most ambitious by far. In the past, the term was defined to mean anyone who was primarily dependent on government assistance. Restrictionists pointed out that only cash benefits were counted—excluding major entitlements like food stamps, Medicaid and housing subsidies. But the new definition is aggressively broad. Most new immigrants aren’t actually eligible for welfare. But the rule grants officers vast discretion to determine whether the applicant might become a public charge at any point in the future. They would be empowered to collect reams of personal financial information and reject any applicant whose income is lower than 250 percent of the poverty line, even if that person has a financial sponsor.

                          In essence, the rule would create a backdoor mechanism to alter the composition of immigrants to the United States. Low-income legal immigrants tend to be nonwhite, and they also tend to come here via family-based green cards. According to an analysis by the Migration Policy Institute, the new definition would potentially exclude more than half of all family-based green card applicants. That is, 71 percent of applicants from Central America, 69 percent from Africa, 52 percent from Asia—but only 36 percent from Europe, Canada and Oceania. The regulation, said Ur Jaddou, chief counsel of USCIS during the Obama administration, “fundamentally changes who gets to use our legal immigration system by race and class without an act of Congress.” (In October, a few days before the rule was due to go into effect, it was temporarily halted by three federal judges. The government is expected to appeal.)

                          Cuccinelli’s other priority was asylum, one of two major humanitarian categories of legal immigration. (The other is the refugee program, for people requesting protection while in a foreign country rather than at the U.S. border.) Miller had long been incensed that around 90 percent of people pass the “credible fear” screening—the initial interview that determines whether a claim will go before an immigration judge. People explained to him in meetings that the first hurdle was set intentionally low by Congress, to ensure asylum seekers get a fair hearing, and that only a minority (28 percent) eventually succeed. But Miller was convinced the screenings were an outrageous loophole and demanded they be made more restrictive. Cissna pointed out that the agency couldn’t change the requirements without breaking the law. At one meeting, when Miller kept hounding him about it, Cissna finally erupted. “Enough. Enough. Stand down!” he shouted, according to The New York Times. Cuccinelli had none of these qualms. On his second day on the job, according to Buzzfeed, he sent the division an email scolding officers for failing to prevent “frivolous” claims.

                          THE “SHEER NUMBER OF BOTH SIGNIFICANT AND LESS SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IS OVERWHELMING,” SAID THE FORMER USCIS CHIEF COUNSEL. “IT WILL TAKE AN AMBITIOUS PLAN OVER A SERIES OF YEARS TO UNDO IT ALL.”

                          Within USCIS, asylum officers have always been a band apart. They work in a separate office from visa adjudicators and wear plain clothes, no badges. When the division was launched in the 1980s, it was something of a scandal to visa officers when it was staffed with human rights lawyers and refugee workers. Today, the asylum corps is especially resented by border patrol agents, a longtime officer said. “In their view, we’re a bunch of hippies letting in people they try to keep out.”

                          But there’s nothing hippie-ish about the work they do. Asylum officers go through hundreds of hours of rigorous training, learning to distinguish the person who has assumed a false identity because they’re fleeing a violent gang from the person assuming a false identity because they’re a member of that gang. Vetting an applicant can take anywhere between two and five years. “I have to make sure I’m not getting the wool pulled over my eyes by a war criminal,” the officer explained. Since Congress isn’t likely to overhaul the asylum criteria anytime soon, Cuccinelli set about changing the culture of the division itself. Under a DHS pilot program, around 60 border patrol officers are now conducting credible fear screenings. According to government data obtained by Buzzfeed, they have approved less than half of applicants so far. The agency is also hiring 500 new asylum officers, targeting people with law enforcement or military backgrounds, who, according to USCIS spokesperson Matthew Bourke, are “uniquely equipped to support the agency’s improved vetting procedures and fraud-detection efforts.” In a particularly unsubtle move, the division’s head, John Lafferty, was replaced by the director of the fraud unit.

                          When you put all of this together, it’s clear that the Trump administration has fundamentally altered the nature of humanitarian immigration to the United States—initiatives that are supported by both parties and have been an essential component of foreign policy since the end of World War II. In 2017, Gene Hamilton and Stephen Miller tag-teamed to reduce annual refugee admissions from 110,000 to 45,000. Since then, the number has been slashed to an all-time low of 18,000. In October, the administration started implementing a regulation ordering that asylum seekers be turned away from the southern border if they have passed through another country without seeking asylum there first. What this means, in practice, is that the only people able to seek asylum at the border are Mexican citizens.

                          And yet the restrictionists still aren’t satisfied. After all, the administration hasn’t come close to their goal of halving legal immigration. “Any real changes”—such as ending birthright citizenship or the visa lottery—“are the kind of thing Congress would have to approve,” said Krikorian. FAIR’s governmental relations director, RJ Hauman, told me Trump “botched” his first year with a flawed rollout of the travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries. “It tainted everything,” he said, especially the president’s chances of getting more ambitious reforms through Congress.

                          SHERIFFS FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY MEET PRESIDENT TRUMP AT A FAIR EVENT IN SEPTEMBER. (WHITE HOUSE/JOYCE N. BOGHOSIAN)

                          In response, the administration is doing its utmost to appease its most hardcore supporters. For 13 years, FAIR has held an annual convention in Washington D.C. to connect conservative talk radio hosts and anti-immigration personalities. Under previous presidents, it was a niche affair, but this September’s event might as well have been sponsored by the Trump administration. FAIR flew in nearly 200 sheriffs, who received a briefing at the White House from Kellyanne Conway, as well as a photo op with Trump. Afterwards, they made their way back to the Phoenix Park Hotel, just around the corner from DHS. Some 70 radio hosts were crammed into a couple of conference rooms. “We’re in the heart of the swamp, up to our knees in muck,” FAIR’s communications director, Dave Ray, remarked to a talk show host named Tom Roten, who has blamed immigrants for his West Virginia county having “the highest concentration of HIV in the country, maybe even the world.” (This is not true.) Ray went on to discuss the “human carnage caused by criminal aliens and drugs;” at one point, Roten asked, “What if we cut the snake off at the head at the border?”

                          Cuccinelli spent an entire morning powering through eight back-to-back interviews, fueled by his usual cup of McDonalds sweet tea. He talked about family separation with Roten who complained that “the media only shows these kids crying.” Children were constantly crossing the border with different adults, pretending to be related, he stated. “You’re exactly right, Tom. They’re being recycled,” Cuccinelli agreed. (Greg Navano, ICE’s assistant director of investigative programs, said that among other methods, the agency sometimes conducts DNA tests of family units, and that around 15 percent of the tests uncovered an adult falsely claiming to be a child’s biological parent.)

                          In November, Cuccinelli was promoted to DHS deputy acting secretary. Kathy Nuebel Kovarik became acting deputy at USCIS and Robert Law, the former FAIR lobbyist, ascended to the head of the policy office. The agency has promised a new flurry of major policy changes before the end of the year. And in what is perhaps the purest expression of the administration's intentions so far, it started sending Central American asylum seekers to Guatemala with no access to an attorney, no review by an immigration court, far away from the border infrastructure of activists and reporters and lawyers or any form of help at all.

                          AN INFANT IN BORDER PATROL CUSTODY.(JOHN MOORE/GETTY)

                          IT’S EASY ENOUGH TO BELIEVE THAT BECAUSE NONE of the Trump administration’s reforms are entrenched in law, they can be overturned as quickly as they were introduced. And yet even though, in theory, the policy memos can all be withdrawn, the “sheer number of both significant and less significant changes is overwhelming,” said Jaddou, the former USCIS chief counsel. “It will take an ambitious plan over a series of years to undo it all.” Formal regulations, like the third-country asylum rule and public charge rule, if it succeeds, will be especially hard to unravel.

                          The institutional implications run deeper. The backlog of delayed cases will likely take several years to get under control. The administration has promoted six judges with some of the highest asylum denial rates to the Justice Department’s immigration appeals court, including one who threatened to set a dog on a 2-year-old child for failing to be quiet in his courtroom. Those appointments are permanent.

                          The refugee program, too, will take years to rebuild. The plunge in admissions caused a plunge in funding to the nine resettlement agencies, which have closed more than 100 offices around the country since 2016. That’s a third of their capacity, according to a report by Refugees Council USA. “The whole infrastructure is deteriorating,” said Rodriguez, the former USCIS director. Because the application process is so lengthy, even if a new administration raises refugee admissions on day one, it would take as long as five years before increased numbers of people actually make it to the United States. Consider that in January 2017, the State Department briefly paused in-bound flights for refugees who had finally made it through the gauntlet of health, security and other checks. As of this summer, some of those refugees were still waiting to leave. While the flights were grounded, they missed the two-month window during which all of their documents were current. When one document expires, it can take months to replace, causing others to expire and trapping the refugee in what the report called “a domino effect of expiring validity periods.”

                          Even harder to repair is the culture shift within USCIS. New visa adjudicators will remain in their jobs long after the political appointees have gone—kings and queens of their own offices. Employees who were promoted for their skeptical inclinations will stay in those positions, setting priorities for subordinates. The multitude of changes at USCIS are the product of an administration that regards immigration as its political lifeblood. There’s no guarantee—or indication—that any of the potential Democratic nominees would apply the same obsessive zeal to overturning them.

                          Back in 1924, Johnson-Reed’s supporters never anticipated the Holocaust, and yet they expanded its horrors. We don’t know where our own future is headed, but we live in a time of metastasizing instability. Last year, the United Nations’ official tally of refugees passed 70 million, the highest since World War II. Mass migrations, whether because of violence or inequality or environmental calamity or some murky blend of factors that don't conveniently fit existing laws, are the reality and challenge of our era. There aren’t any easy solutions. But already, what started as a series of small, obscure administrative changes is resulting in unthinkable cruelty. If left to continue, it will, in every sense, redefine what it means to be American.


                                    

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                          On this December Day in History

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                          December 1, 1919.  Lady Nancy Astor became the first woman in the British House of Commons.

                          December 1, 1955.  Rosa Parks was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama, for refusing to give up her seat to a white man and move to the back section of a municipal bus. This action resulted in a year-long boycott of the city's  bus system by African Americans.

                          December 1, 1988.  Benazir Bhutto was nominated to become prime minister of Pakistan, later becoming the first woman to govern a Muslim nation

                          December 2, 1954.   Senator Joseph McCarthy is condemned by the United States Senate for misconduct following his ruthless investigations of thousands of alleged Communists.

                          The history of Haiti by Steeve Coupeau

                          December 5, 1492.  Haiti discovered by Christopher Columbus.

                          December 6, 1865.  The 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified, abolishing slavery.

                          Gerald R. Ford by Douglas Brinkley

                          December 6, 1973. Gerald Ford was sworn in as vice president under Richard Nixon following the resignation of Spiro Agnew after pleading no contest to charges of income tax evasion.

                          December 7, 1941.  The U.S. Naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, was attacked by nearly 200 Japanese aircraft in a raid that killed nearly 3,000 Americans.

                          December 9, 1990.  Lech Walesa won a landslide victory in the Polish presidential election.

                          December 10, 1898.  The Treaty of Paris was signed between American and Spanish representatives after Spain's defeat in the Spanish-American War.

                          December 10, 1948.  The General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

                          December 11, 1941.  Germany and Italy both declared war on the United States.

                          December 13, 1577.  Francis Drake left  Plymouth, England, in the Golden Hind on his voyage around the world

                          December 13, 1937.   The Chinese city of Nanking was captured by the Japanese. Over the next six weeks,  Japanese soldiers randomly attacked and killed an estimated 200,000 Chinese persons.

                          December 13, 1862.  The Battle of Fredericksburg was fought in Virginia, as the Union Army of the Potomac under General Burnside suffered a costly defeat, losing 12,653 men.

                          December 14, 1911.  Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen became the first person to reach the South Pole.

                          December 14, 1995.  A Bosnian peace treaty was signed in Paris by leaders from the former Yugoslavia ending the worst conflict in Europe since World War II.

                          December 15, 1890.  Sioux leader Sitting Bull  was killed in a skirmish with U.S. soldiers in South Dakota as his warriors tried to prevent his arrest.

                          December 16, 1773.  The Boston Tea Party occurred as colonial activists boarded British ships anchored in Boston Harbor and dumped over 300 containers of expensive tea into the water.

                          The Wright brothers by David G McCullough

                          December 17, 1903.  Orville and Wilbur Wright made the first powered, controlled airplane flights near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.

                          December 24, 1814  The War of 1812 officially ended with the signing of The Treaty of Ghent between America and Britain.

                          December 25, 1066.  William the Conqueror was crowned King of England after his invasion of  England from France, during which he defeated and killed King Harold at the Battle of Hastings.

                          December 29, 1170.  Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Becket was murdered on orders from England's King Henry II.

                          December 29, 1890. More than 200 Sioux men, women and children were massacred at Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota by members of the U.S. 7th Cavalry.

                          Rasputin : the untold story by Joseph T. Fuhrmann

                          December 30, 1916. The Russian monk Rasputin was assassinated.

                          December 30, 1862. During the Civil War the Union ironclad ship USS Monitor sank off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, during a storm, killing sixteen crewmen.


                                    

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                          Lundborg wins 2019 Veteran World Championships

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                          2019 FEDERALLY DECLARED DISASTER AREAS (SO FAR)

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                          As promised, here are the federally declared disaster areas that qualify for tax relief in 2019 (so far):

                          Alabama Severe storms, tornadoes, and straight-line winds that took place on March 3, 2019 for individuals who reside or have a business in Lee County.

                          Arkansas Severe storms and flooding that took place on May 21, 2019 for individuals who reside or have a business in Arkansas, Conway, Crawford, Desha, Faulkner, Jefferson, Lincoln, Logan, Perry, Pope, Pulaski, Sebastian, and Yell counties.

                          Iowa Severe storms and flooding that took place on March 12, 2019 for individuals who reside or have a business in Fremont, Harrison, Louisa, Mills, Monona, Pottawattamie, Scott, Shelby, and Woodbury counties.

                          Missouri Severe storms, tornadoes, and flooding that took place on April 29, 2019 for individuals who reside or have a business in Andrew, Atchison, Boone, Buchanan, Carroll, Chariton, Cole, Greene, Holt, Jackson, Jasper, Lafayette, Lincoln, Livingston, Miller, Osage, Pike, Platte, Pulaski, and St. Charles counties.

                          Nebraska Severe winter storm, straight-line  winds, and  flooding that took place on March 9, 2019 for individuals who reside or have a business in Antelope, Boone, Boyd, Buffalo, Butler, Burt, Cass, Colfax, Cuming, Custer, Dodge, Douglas, Hall, Holt, Howard, Knox, Madison, Nance, Nemaha, Pierce, Platte, Richardson, Saline, Sarpy, Saunders, Stanton, Thurston, and Washington counties, and the Santee Sioux Nation.

                          Ohio Severe storms, straight -line winds, tornadoes, flooding, and landslides that took place on May 27, 2019 for individuals who reside or have a business in Auglaize, Darke, Greene, Hocking, Mercer, Miami, Montgomery, Muskingum, Perry, and Pickaway counties.

                          Oklahoma Severe storms , tornadoes, straight-line winds, and flooding that took place on May 7, 2019 for individuals who reside or have a business in Alfalfa, Canadian, Creek, Cherokee, Craig, Delaware, Garfield, Kay, Kingfisher, Le Flore, Logan , Mayes, Muskogee, Noble, Nowata, Okmulgee, Osage, Ottawa, Payne, Pawnee, Pottawatomie, Rogers, Sequoyah, Tulsa, Wagoner, Washington and Woods counties.

                          South Dakota Severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds, and flooding that began on March 13, 2019 for individuals and households who reside or have a business in Bennett, Bon Homme, Charles Mix, Dewey, Hutchinson, Jackson, Mellette, Minnehaha, Oglala Lakota, Todd, Turner, Yankton, Ziebach counties, the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation, the Pine Ridge Reservation, and the Rosebud Reservation.

                          And again, for for updates on the areas that qualify click here.

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                          Healthcare: Travel Nurse - OR RN - Clovis, NM - Cleveland, Ohio

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                          Travel OR Nurses (RN) Make some great money with this great RN position in Clovis, NM! Job Details --- Estimated $1,900 per week gross --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- NM/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
                                    

                          Healthcare: Travel Nurse - Cath Lab RN - Iowa City, IA - Cleveland, Ohio

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                          Travel Cath Lab Nurses (RN) Check out Devonian Fossil Gorge with this great RN Position in Iowa City, IA! Job Details --- Estimated $2,087 per week gross --- Day shifts Job Requirements --- IA/ Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license. --- Must have at least two year of previous experience. --- BLS BCLS About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Madison St.Onge at 716-350-1908 or email at Mstonge@ghrtravelnursing.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
                                    

                          Healthcare: Travel Nurse - OR RN - Madison, WI - Los Angeles, California

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                          Travel OR Registered Nurse (RN) Earn $1,800-$1,900 weekly when you start your next travel opportunity with this great Registered Nurse (RN) position in Madison, WI. Job Details --- Estimated $1,800-$1,900 take home --- 36 hours per week --- 7:00A-7:00P or 7:00P-7:00A (Days or Nights available) --- 13 week contract with option to extend Job Requirements --- WI or Compact Registered Nurse (RN) license --- 1 year of recent OR experience --- Previous travel experience preferred --- 2 years of US work experience About Us At GHR Travel Nursing, we want to make your travel experience a great one! As a GHR Travel Nurse, we are committed to giving you the chance to experience life, while saving lives. We offer great pay and one of the best benefits packages in the industry, including: --- Flexible scheduling options --- Personalized service --- Health insurance --- 401(k) investment plan --- Referral bonuses --- Free liability insurance coverage --- Weekly pay --- Direct Deposit or Pay Card option Stay updated on all of our Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities by signing up for Job Alerts! For more details on this and our other nationwide Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities, contact Luke Grahnert at lgrahnert@ghrtravelnursing.com / 716-235-1417 We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. ()
                                    

                          Thanksgiving

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                          pour mieux comprendre l'évèvement commercial "black friday" (qui a lieu toute la semaine...), on commence par Thanksgiving.

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                          Le premier Thanksgiving, peinture de Jean Leon Gerome Ferris (1863-1930)
                          Le premier Thanksgiving, peinture de Jean Leon Gerome Ferris (1863-1930)

                          Thanksgiving est une fête célébrée aux États-Unis le quatrième jeudi de novembre qui est l'équivalent de la fête de l'action de grâce au Canada qui a lieu, elle, en octobre.

                          Historiquement, Thanksgiving était un jour de fête dans les sociétés européennes paysannes durant lequel on remerciait Dieu par des prières et des réjouissances pour les bonheurs que l’on avait pu recevoir pendant l’année. Cette célébration est désormais laïque en Amérique du Nord, les administrations et la plupart des entreprises étant fermées ce jour-là.

                          Tableau de Jennie A. Brownscombe (1914) représentant Le premier Thanksgiving à Plymouth.

                          En 1620, une centaine de dissidents anglais, nommés Pères pèlerins, débarquent du Mayflower dans la baie de Plymouth au Massachusetts. Ils y fondent la colonie de Plymouth et la ville éponyme. Mais les débuts de la colonisation furent difficiles et la moitié des arrivants périrent du scorbut.

                          Les survivants ne durent leur salut qu'à l'intervention d'un autochtone nommé Squanto qui, avec l'aide de sa tribu, les Wampanoags, leur offrit de la nourriture, puis leur apprit à pêcher, chasser et cultiver du maïs.

                          Afin de célébrer la première récolte, à l’automne 1621, le gouverneur William Bradford décréta trois jours d'action de grâce. Les colons invitèrent alors le chef des Wampanoags, Massasoit, et 91 de ses hommes à venir partager leur repas en guise de remerciement pour leur aide. Durant ce festin, des dindes sauvages et des pigeons furent offerts.

                          Les Pères pèlerins tinrent une célébration encore plus grande d'action de grâce en 1623, après un passage de l'agriculture communale à l'agriculture privatisée et après une plus grande moisson grâce à de la pluie inattendue.

                          Le 29 juin 1671, Charlestown tint le premier Thanksgiving décrété par une administration publique.

                          Au cours du xviiie siècle, les colonies ont généralement observé tous les ans des jours de Thanksgiving. Ce n'était pas un jour marqué par la nourriture et la boisson abondantes comme c'est aujourd'hui la coutume, mais plutôt un jour de prières et de jeûne.

                          Pendant la guerre révolutionnaire américaine, le Congrès continental nommait tous les ans un ou plusieurs jours de Thanksgiving, chaque fois recommandant aux dirigeants des divers États l'observance de ces jours dans leurs États. La première proclamation nationale de Thanksgiving a été donnée par le Congrès continental en 1777.

                          En tant que président, le 3 octobre 1789, George Washington fit la proclamation suivante et créa le premier Thanksgiving Day décrété par le gouvernement national des États-Unis d'Amérique :

                          « Une proclamation du président des États-Unis d'Amérique.
                          Considérant que c'est le devoir de toutes les Nations de reconnaître la providence de Dieu Tout-puissant, d'obéir à sa volonté, d'être reconnaissantes pour ses bienfaits, et humblement implorer sa protection et sa faveur, et tandis que les deux Chambres du Congrès m'ont, par leur Comité mixte, demandé de recommander au Peuple des États-Unis qu’un jour public d'action de grâce et de prières soit observé en reconnaissance aux nombreux signes de faveur de Dieu Tout-puissant, particulièrement en ayant donné au Peuple les moyens d'établir pacifiquement une forme de gouvernement pour sa sûreté et son bonheur.
                          Maintenant donc, je recommande et assigne que le premier jeudi après le 26e jour de novembre soit consacré par le Peuple de ces États au service du grand et glorieux Être, qui est l'Auteur bienfaisant de tout ce qu'il y a eu, qu'il y a et qu'il y aura de bon. Nous pouvons alors tous nous unir en lui donnant notre sincère et humble merci, pour son soin et sa protection, appréciés du Peuple de ce Pays, avant que celui-ci ne soit devenu une Nation de pitié ; pour les interpositions favorables de sa Providence lors de nos épreuves durant le cours et la fin de la récente guerre ; pour le grand degré de tranquillité, d'union, et d'abondance, que nous avons depuis appréciées ; pour le pacifisme et la raison qui nous ont été conférés pour nous permettre d'établir des constitutions de gouvernement pour notre sûreté et notre bonheur, en particulier la Loi nationale récemment instituée, ; pour la liberté civile et la liberté religieuse formant à elles seules une vraie bénédiction ; pour les moyens que nous avons d'acquérir et de répandre la connaissance utile ; et d’une manière générale pour toutes les grandes et diverses faveurs qu’il nous a bien heureusement conférées.
                          Nous pouvons alors nous unir en offrant le plus humblement nos prières et supplications au grand Seigneur et Gouverneur des Nations et le solliciter pour pardonner nos transgressions nationales et autres transgressions ; pour nous permettre à tous, en poste public ou privé, de remplir nos nombreuses fonctions respectives, correctement et ponctuellement ; pour permettre à notre gouvernement national de rendre bénédiction à toutes les personnes, en étant constamment un Gouvernement de lois sages, justes, et constitutionnelles, discrètement et loyalement exécutées et obéies ; pour protéger, guider et bénir tous les Souverains et toutes les Nations (particulièrement celles qui ont montré de la bonté envers nous), afin de leur assurer paix et concordance, et assurer un bon gouvernement ; pour favoriser la connaissance et la pratique vraies de la religion et de la vertu, ainsi que davantage de science parmi eux et nous, et accorder généralement à toute l'Humanité un tel degré de prospérité temporelle comme lui seul sait pour être le meilleur.
                          "Donné sous ma main à la Ville de New-York le troisième jour d'octobre par année 1789 de notre Seigneur. »

                          George Washington proclama de nouveau un Thanksgiving en 1795. Le président John Adams proclama des Thanksgivings en 1798 et 1799. James Madison renouvela la tradition en 1814, en réponse aux résolutions du Congrès, à l'issue de la guerre de 1812. En 1816, le gouverneur Plamer du New Hampshire désigna le jeudi 14 novembre comme un jour férié et le gouverneur Brooks du Massachusetts nomma le jeudi 28 novembre comme "jour de Thanksgiving à observer dans tout cet État". Un jour de Thanksgiving fut annuellement nommé par le gouverneur de l'État de New York à partir de 1817. Dans certains des États sudistes, il y avait opposition à l'observance d'un tel jour du fait que c'était une relique de bigoterie puritaine, mais en 1858 des proclamations nommant un jour de Thanksgiving furent publiées par les gouverneurs de 25 États et de 2 territoires.

                          Au milieu de la guerre civile américaine, le président Abraham Lincoln, incité par une série d'éditoriaux écrits par Sarah Josepha Hale proclama un jour national de Thanksgiving, qui soit célébré le dernier jeudi de novembre 1863. Depuis 1863, on a observé annuellement Thanksgiving aux États-Unis.

                          Cependant, au fil du temps, la date de la célébration changea. Le changement le plus récent eut lieu en 1939, alors que Franklin Delano Roosevelt était président des États-Unis : Roosevelt proposa la journée nationale de Thanksgiving par proclamation le quatrième jeudi de novembre en partie parce que la nation était à l'époque au milieu d'une terrible dépression économique (il voulait ainsi donner plus de temps aux achats de Noël).

                          Manifestations amérindiennes

                          Depuis l’époque des Pères pèlerins évangéliquesThanksgiving est, pour les Américains, une manière de remercier Dieu de la qualité providentielle du Nouveau Monde et de la bonne entente avec les populations indigènes.

                          Or, pour quelques groupes amérindiens, ce jour représente le point de départ de la destruction de leur continent et des guerres indiennes. En 1676, le gouverneur de Charlestownprofita même de ce jour pour célébrer une victoire sur les Amérindiens. Depuis les années 1970, des manifestations sont organisées en mémoire des Amérindiens (pas tous les ans).

                          Le repas de Thanksgiving

                          Repas traditionnel de Thanksgiving

                          Le repas de Thanksgiving est traditionnellement composé d’une dinde, animal tout juste découvert par les premiers Européens dans le Nouveau Monde.

                          Thanksgiving est célébrée en famille autour de grands dîners et en joyeuses réunions.

                          La veille de Thanksgiving les associations distribuent des repas aux personnes sans domicile fixe dans les grandes villes.

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                          Thanksgiving 2018


                                    

                          Former NBC Exec. Paula Madison Blasts Comcast for Not Supporting Byron Allen and Minority-Owned TV Networks

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                          The Africa Channel owner Paula Madison released a statement criticizing Comcast for not helping her channel grow in light of Bryon Allen's lawsuit.
                                    

                          Mississippi judges appointed to hear 8 election challenges

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                          The Mississippi Supreme Court has appointed judges to hear challenges in eight local elections. County supervisor races are being challenged in Jasper, Leflore, Madison, Monroe and Washington counties. Elections for chancery clerk and circuit clerk are disputed in Quitman County. The sheriff’s race is being challenged in Yalobusha County. Arguments about the Nov. 5 elections ...
                                    

                          Cynthia Madison posted a blog post

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                          Cynthia Madison posted a blog post

                          How to Cope with Postnatal Depression as a Single Mom

                          It’s widely known that postnatal period can be an extremely emotionally charged period. Many women experience an emotional roller-coaster after their first birth and this can oscillate from fear to joy and sadness. Postnatal depression can also be classified through symptoms such as difficulty with boding to your baby, irritability, insomnia and loss of appetite. It’s important to acknowledge this as being a completely normal state and you can find plenty of solutions on how to deal with it. While being very common, postnatal depression can be treated so there is no reason to be worried.As a single mom is important to learn how to take care of yourself without always relying on someone. There are so many single moms thriving after they’ve experienced the same feelings as you do now. The famous movie actress Katie Holmes has also confronted with challenges of being a single mom and she was completely honest about her mental state explaining that: “You do the best you can. Some days you feel really good about yourself and some days you don’t”.Take Good Care of Yourself We know how much priority a baby takes but this should not impede you from creating some time for yourself. When things are out of control you can always reach out for help. Consult with your friends, your mom or a babysitter and make some time to enjoy yourself more. It’s important to have a “me time” at least once a week so you can cope with the usual household responsibilities and depression. There are plenty of activities you might enjoy as a single mom so learn how to embrace this opportunity. Have a night out with your girls, go shopping, or even date someone. It doesn’t matter how hard it can get, is important not to get stuck in your routines because sometimes these contribute to your general emotional state. Learning how to take good care of yourself and doing out of the ordinary activities might help you more than you thought. Don’t Underestimate Psychotherapy Because psychotherapy is a treatment of choice for many single moms who struggle with postnatal depression, you should consider it as a priority when it comes to your mental health. Postnatal counselling, as doctor David Goodlad states, is the wisest manner to get to know yourself and cope with these feelings. It’s important to learn how to find agreeable ways to solve your problems and set goals so you can feel more in control and happier. Your psychotherapist will also recommend you antidepressants but you won’t have to worry because these are considered safe for when you breast-feed.  Be Physically Active Being physically active will make your endorphins move therefore it can be helpful to have an activity from time to time. Studies have shown that having an active life may alleviate depression and its symptoms but before anything make sure you check with your doctor or psychotherapist. The following exercise guideline might come handy for you: 0-3 weeks postnatal Pelvic exercisesWalkingAbdominal exercises3-8 weeks postnatal It will be wise to wait until your six-week postnatal check before going back to the gymConsider a Postnatal Class for pelvic floor and abdominal exercises8-12 weeks postnatalIt is recommended you continue with guidelines for 3-8 weeks to gradually increase your flexibility and weights. Continue with postnatal abdominal muscle bracing. 12-16 weeks postnatal Before returning to high impact exercises, make a check-up and see if your pelvic floor and abdominal muscles are prepared. After 16 weeks postnatalFinally, you can return to your normal activities is you’re not experiencing any back pain, urine loss after you exercise. Don’t stop from seeking advice if you have any other symptoms. Meet Other Single Moms You probably know that you’re not alone in this. There are other moms in desperate need to have a conversation with someone who experiences the same challenges. Because humans are social creatures who constantly crave for interaction with others, isolating yourself won’t do any good. The wisest decision would be to resist isolation. We know how complicated it might be sometimes, but avoiding your social life is not an answer. New moms often feel lonely and overwhelmed by their new responsibilities. A good idea would be to seek or develop a group of moms with children of the same age so you can share the same experiences and cope with your feelings. This can also help you to boost your self-esteem and will give a sense of independence. If you struggle to create new relationships, you don’t have to panic. You can always join local groups where you can find other women who are in desperate need for friends and who are facing the same challenges with their new responsibilities. Make use of your social media account and don’t be afraid to meet old acquaintances. It is important to acknowledge that you’re not alone in this and there are many other women in the same situation as you are.  Build a Secure Bond with Your Baby Building a secure bond with your baby is more important than you think. Mother to child bonding is extremely beneficial for your child’s development. This might dictate the way he’ll form a relationship and communicate throughout his life. You know you have a bond with your baby at the moment you feel the need to pick him up, or when you reassure him after he cries. Some mothers, feel an immediate rush of love as soon they set their eyes on their babies, while for others it might take some time. If you haven’t bonded with your little one yet, don’t be worried, it’s perfectly normal to feel the need for some “me time”. Every mother you’ve met, including yours, have experienced the same symptoms after their first birth. It’s important to remember that postnatal depression is not about whether you love your child or not. It might take some time to cope with all these new feelings but it doesn’t mean there is no solution.See More

                                    

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                          Elliott Test Kitchen presents new cookbook

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                          There will be a book signing event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Test Kitchen in Fort Madison.
                                    

                          Tonight: Lakewood Zoning Board Meeting

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                          Zoning board meeting  December 2, 2019 at 7:00 pm
                          Watch live stream HERE
                          See Agenda HERE and below



                          Appeal # 4107 – High Point at Lakewood Condominium Assoc. R-12 zone. Block 423 Lot
                           156, Massachusetts Avenue & Prospect Street. Minor subdivision of the
                           existing lot into 2 separate lots.
                          Appeal # 4130 – Fairways at Lake Ridge, Block 524 Lots 2.03 & 77.02. Block 524.23 Lot 1,
                           R-40 zone. Interpretation
                          REQUEST TO CARRY UNTIL JANUARY 6, 2020

                          Appeal # 4133 –Robert Kirschner, Florence & Stratford Street, Block 1077.04 Lots 10.01,
                           11.01, 12.01, 14.01 & 21, B-5 zone. Use variance to build 6 duplex units.

                          Appeal # 4131 – 910 Park Lkwd, LLC, Park Avenue, Block 232 Lots 2-5 B-4 zone.
                           Preliminary and final major subdivision approval for creating 18 duplex lots.

                          Appeal # 4137 – Madison Ave Realty, LLC 100 Madison Avenue, Block 73 Lot 5, R-OP zone.
                           Build a new building and expand convenience store. Add one dispenser and
                           update fueling station. Update site, signs and equipment.

                          Appeal # 3966C - Newport Estates, LLC, Newport & Bellevue Avenue, Block 498 Lots 1 &
                           10, Block 501 Lot 1.01, R-40 zone. To amend the previously approved
                           subdivision to eliminate one lot and divide the project into 7 phases.
                                    

                          Yom Kippur Kotton Minyanim Erev ראש חודש כסלו תש''פ Lakewood

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                          Rosh Chodesh is Thursday and Friday

                          -Bais Medrash L'Torah, 613 Madison Avenue. 1:15 pm
                          -Somerset walk Mincha Yom Kippur Katan 1:25 pm         
                          -Lev Avos 1:20 pm
                           Lutzk 12:45
                          -Alumni B'M  1:45 pm
                          -B"M Westgate 1:45
                          -B"M Kelmwoods westgate 2:45 pm (Ezras Nashim open)
                          -Satmar on Forest ave every hour till shkiah
                          -Kol Shimshon


                                    

                          Tonight: Regular Scheduled Planning Board Meeting

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                           Lakewood Planning board meeting Tuesday, November 26, 2019 6:00 P.M.

                          Watch Live stream HERE
                          See Agenda HERE
                          -Final Major Site Plan for Phase 6 of the Lakewood Commons for 65 affordable units and a recreation building

                          PUBLIC HEARING

                          1. SP 2150A Madison Group Development
                           500, 504, 512, 600 River Avenue Block 420; 420.01, Lots 16; 12, 14, & 23
                          Extension of a Minor Subdivision
                          2. SP 2345AA Beth Medrash Govoha of America
                           619 & 633 7th Street, 610 8th Street Block 46, Lots 2-6 & 22-24
                          Change of Use/Site Plan Exemption to convert an existing house into a school
                          campus
                          3. SD 2397 453 Ridge LLC
                           453 Ridge Avenue & 121 Highgrove Crescent Block 223, Lots 9.06 & 78
                          Minor subdivision to realign lot lines
                          4. SP 2346AA Chaim Cohen
                           72 White Street Block 251, Lot 20
                          Change of Use/Site Plan Exemption to convert an existing house into a school
                          5. SP 1838D NJ Hand, Inc.
                           Towers Street & Vine Avenue Block 807-809, Lots 1; 1 & 2; 1 & 2
                          Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for Phase 6 of the Lakewood Commons for
                          65 affordable units and a recreation building
                          6. SD 2418 Yeruchem Gelb
                           414 & 420 Ocean Avenue Block 539, Lots 3-6
                          Minor Subdivision to create six lots
                          7. SD 2117 Meyer Gross
                           1844, 1852, & 1880 New Central Avenue Block 11.02, Lots 9, 10, & 27
                          Extension of Major Subdivision to create 5 lots


                                    

                          Event Update For 2019-11-29

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                          The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.




                          A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
                          B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
                          C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
                          D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
                          E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
                          F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.




                          Category: Variety Pack

                          2019-11-29 - Underground electrical explosion and fire cause blackouts at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa (California), near the coast:
                          http://ktla.com/2019/11/29/apparent-underground-vault-explosion-temporarily-cuts-power-at-south-coast-plaza-on-black-friday/
                          http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Explosion-Causes-Power-Outage-at-South-Coast-Plaza_Los-Angeles-565629242.html
                          http://www.ocregister.com/2019/11/29/officials-working-to-fix-power-outage-at-south-coast-plaza-in-the-midst-of-black-friday-shopping/
                          http://abc7.com/costa-mesa-mall-has-power-outage-on-black-friday/5726281/

                          2019-11-29 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, six vehicles burn, in Jurupa Valley (California):
                          http://www.myvalleynews.com/fire-engulfs-six-cars-at-jurupa-valley-salvage-yard/

                          Quote: "A fire engulfed six vehicles at a salvage yard in Jurupa Valley Friday before being knocked down in about 20 minutes."

                          2019-11-29 - Five cars and auto shop go up in flames in Fresno (California):
                          http://abc30.com/crews-investigating-cause-of-two-alarm-fire-at-east-central-fresno-auto-shop/5725783/

                          Quote: "Fire crews say five cars were inside the shop and were damaged by the fire."

                          2019-11-29 - Towing business destroyed by fire on Cyrus Creek Road in Barboursville (West Virginia):
                          http://www.herald-dispatch.com/news/fire-destroys-barboursville-towing-auto-repair-shop/article_1e27f8c7-d5e9-548c-a050-42b83136a8b2.html
                          http://www.wsaz.com/content/news/Fire-crews-respond-to-large-fire-at-towing-company-565617562.html

                          2019-11-29 - Heavy truck goes up in flames in the wee hours and kills man while parked in Kanpur (India):
                          http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/kanpur/truck-cabin-catches-fire-driver-charred-to-death-on-highway/articleshow/72300794.cms

                          Quote: "A truck driver from Etawah was charred to death after the vehicle’s cabin mysteriously caught fire near Bara Jod toll plaza on Kanpur-Etawah highway in Kanpur Dehat district in the wee hours of Friday."

                          2019-11-29 - Two cars and home destroyed by fire at 12:34 AM, another home damaged, in coastal Chestnut Hill Cove (Maryland):
                          http://patch.com/maryland/annearundel/fire-damages-two-cars-two-homes-chestnut-hill-cove-officials

                          2019-11-29 - Amazon fires are causing glaciers in the Andes to melt even faster:
                          http://www.yahoo.com/news/amazon-fires-causing-glaciers-andes-162836952.html

                          2019-11-29 - First drought and now a heatwave bring misery to South Africa:
                          http://www.thebigwobble.org/2019/11/drought-hit-south-africa-is-bracing.html

                          2019-11-29 - Food prices are skyrocketing in a variety of areas around the world and economists are hungry worried:
                          http://www.aljazeera.com/ajimpact/food-prices-skyrocketing-economists-worried-191128071235780.html
                          http://robinwestenra.blogspot.com/2019/11/skyrocketing-food-prices-worldwide.html
                          http://bptnews.org/2019/11/food-prices-are-skyrocketing-and-economists-are-worried/

                          2019-11-29 - People protest climate change inaction around the world days before climate conference in Madrid (Spain):
                          http://www.ctvnews.ca/sci-tech/global-climate-protests-begin-ahead-of-madrid-meeting-1.4707963
                          http://www.afp.com/en/news/826/global-climate-protests-kick-smoke-covered-sydney-doc-1mo1gj3
                          http://www.deccanherald.com/international/world-news-politics/climate-protests-kick-off-in-smoke-covered-sydney-780864.html

                          Quote: "Protesters in cities across the world staged rallies Friday demanding leaders take tougher action against climate change, days before the latest global conference, which this year takes place in Madrid. The rallies kicked off in Australia, where people affected by recent devastating wildfires joined young environmentalists protesting against the government's pro-coal stance."




                          2019-11-29 - Boat damaged by explosions and fire in coastal Cape Coral (Florida):
                          http://www.nbc-2.com/story/41387760/charred-boat-stuck-in-a-cape-coral-sand-bar-after-fire
                          http://www.wptv.com/news/state/florida-boaters-jump-ship-after-large-explosion
                          http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/nation-world/national/article237878149.html
                          http://wtop.com/national/2019/11/florida-boaters-jump-ship-after-large-explosion/
                          http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/Boaters-Jump-Ship-After-Thanksgiving-Day-Explosion-565605422.html
                          http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2019/11/29/us/ap-us-boat-explosion.html
                          http://www.baltimoresun.com/sns-bc-us--boat-explosion-20191129-story.html
                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZAy9t4IlC4

                          Note: This is the 959th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

                          2019-11-29 - Tanker truck bursts into flame at 6:45 AM on Highway 97 south of Culver (Oregon):
                          http://ktvz.com/news/2019/11/29/fuel-tanker-truck-burns-at-juniper-butte-weigh-station/

                          2019-11-29 - Two semi tractors go up in flames in field in Wichita (Kansas):
                          http://twitter.com/wichitafireorg/status/1200478187106508801

                          Quote: "SEMI TRACTOR FIRE | Area E 77th St N / N Rock Rd | E37 has two semi tractors on fire in the middle of a field | 12:14 PM · Nov 29, 2019"

                          2019-11-29 - Semi tractor bursts into flame at business, fire spreads to warehouse, in Calgary (Canada):
                          http://calgary.ctvnews.ca/semi-tractor-fire-spreads-to-warehouse-in-southeast-calgary-blaze-1.4709371
                          http://flipboard.com/article/semi-tractor-fire-spreads-to-warehouse-in-southeast-calgary-blaze/a-9VKNWWXlQFeqjnyJPBWWmg%3Aa%3A2823982346-2701c10311%2Fctvnews.ca

                          Quote: "A semi tractor caught fire Friday, which then spread to a shipping warehouse in southeast Calgary."

                          Note: These are the 2050th, 2051st, 2052nd and 2053rd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

                          2019-11-29 - Four trucks go up in flames at Department of Transportation facility in Winsted (Connecticut):
                          http://fox61.com/2019/11/29/pick-up-truck-fire-spreads-to-other-vehicles-at-dot-repair-facility/
                          http://www.wfsb.com/news/several-dot-vehicles-catch-fire-in-winsted/article_a5ef8e20-12c2-11ea-b2f6-4f203e1741f4.html
                          http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/Several-DOT-Trucks-Burning-in-Winsted-565607772.html
                          http://www.wtnh.com/news/connecticut/litchfield/several-plow-trucks-caught-on-fire-at-dot-facility-in-winsted/
                          http://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/connecticut/articles/2019-11-29/fire-damages-dot-plow-trucks-service-truck-in-winsted

                          2019-11-29 - Van bursts into flame on I-89 near Richmond (Vermont):
                          http://www.wcax.com/content/news/Van-fire-stalls-traffic-on-Interstate-89-565617112.html
                          http://www.mynbc5.com/article/i-89-southbound-reduced-to-one-lane-following-vehicle-fire/30058446

                          2019-11-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Old Great Mills Road in Great Mills (Maryland), 2 miles from the coast:
                          http://smnewsnet.com/archives/466288/video-firefighters-respond-to-vehicle-fire-in-great-mills/
                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mf1_Z6iPLpo

                          2019-11-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-80 in Roseville (California):
                          http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/crime/article237899869.html

                          2019-11-29 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 near Gardiner (Maine):
                          http://www.wmtw.com/article/firefighters-respond-to-car-fire-on-i-95-near-gardiner/30058819

                          2019-11-29 - Car bursts into flame at gas station in Sycamore Township (Ohio):
                          http://www.fox19.com/2019/11/30/car-catches-fire-sycamore-township-gas-station/
                          http://twitter.com/IAFF3907/status/1200571669733138433

                          2019-11-29 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 17 bypass in Horry County (South Carolina):
                          http://wpde.com/news/local/horry-co-firefighters-respond-to-vehicle-fire-on-highway-17-bypass
                          http://www.wbtw.com/news/firefighters-responding-to-car-fire-on-17-bypass-near-farrow-parkway/

                          2019-11-29 - Two cars go up in flames while parked in Love Lane in coastal Burnham-on-Sea (Britain):
                          http://www.somersetlive.co.uk/news/cars-destroyed-unexplained-blaze-side-3596203

                          2019-11-29 - Car bursts into flame on Kirland Road in Bodmin (Britain):
                          http://www.piratefm.co.uk/news/latest-news/2998739/road-closed-after-car-fire-on-back-lane-in-bodmin/
                          http://www.cornwalllive.com/news/cornwall-news/live-bodmin-road-closed-fire-3590415

                          2019-11-29 - Car bursts into flame on M3 slip road in Surrey (Britain), separate crash too:
                          http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/live-m25-traffic-crash-m3-17334966

                          2019-11-29 - Car bursts into flame on Lyncastle Way in Warrington (Britain):
                          http://www.cheshirefire.gov.uk/news-events/incidents/ongoing-car-on-fire-in-warrington

                          2019-11-29 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Highway 18 near Otis (Oregon), near the coast:
                          http://www.newslincolncounty.com/archives/237683

                          2019-11-29 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Sea View Road in coastal Poole (Britain):
                          http://www.dwfire.org.uk/incident/fire-vehicle-poole-3/

                          2019-11-29 - Home damaged by fire on Bisland Drive in Raleigh (North Carolina):
                          http://www.wral.com/two-adults-displaced-after-house-fire-in-raleigh/18801833/

                          2019-11-29 - Home damaged by fire on Kennedy Road in the Crystal Lakes area in Bethel Township (Ohio), 1 injured:
                          http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/local/crews-report-heavy-smoke-fire-clark-county-house-fire/OXxWb8YWE19F86FhyqQmkK/

                          2019-11-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 4:45 AM on Oak Hill Road in Lake Barrington Shores (Illinois), 1 injured:
                          http://chicago.suntimes.com/2019/11/29/20988202/woman-critically-injured-lake-barrington-shores-fire-oak-hill-road-wauconda-dog-rescued

                          2019-11-29 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire on Lowell Drive in Evesham Township (New Jersey):
                          http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2019/11/29/fire-crews-spent-thanksgiving-night-battling-large-house-fire-in-evesham-township/

                          2019-11-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Wick Street in Buffalo (New York):
                          http://www.wgrz.com/article/news/local/buffalo-firefighters-battle-wick-street-fire/71-fcdcb58e-2212-4377-9643-a48b22c50ed8

                          2019-11-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire on East Main Street in Ephrata Borough (Pennsylvania), several pets killed:
                          http://lancasteronline.com/news/local/people-displaced-after-friday-fire-in-ephrata-borough-video-photo/article_1ae4bb26-12bc-11ea-8d7d-fb0b8e7fd2ac.html

                          2019-11-29 - Home destroyed by fire at 1:17 AM on Weaver Avenue in Kalamazoo (Michigan), nobody there:
                          http://fox17online.com/2019/11/29/firefighters-respond-to-kalamazoo-home-fully-engulfed-in-flames/
                          http://wwmt.com/news/local/fire-engulfs-kalamazoo-home-on-black-friday
                          http://www.mlive.com/news/kalamazoo/2019/11/early-morning-fire-engulfs-home.html

                          2019-11-29 - Apartment building damaged by fire in Montgomery Village (Maryland), several injured:
                          http://foxbaltimore.com/news/local/apartment-building-evacuated-at-least-6-hurt-in-fire

                          2019-11-29 - Apartment building destroyed by fire in Beaver (Utah):
                          http://www.ksl.com/article/46682962/13-displaced-9-units-damaged-in-beaver-apartment-fire

                          2019-11-29 - Condo building damaged by fire on Cape Henry Court in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia), 1200 feet from the ocean:
                          http://wtkr.com/2019/11/29/condo-fire-under-investigation-in-virginia-beach/

                          2019-11-29 - Deadly fire burns home just after midnight on East 128th Street in Ensley Township (Michigan), 1 killed:
                          http://fox17online.com/2019/11/29/homeowner-found-dead-after-newaygo-county-fire/

                          2019-11-29 - Deadly fire burns home on Grandview Drive in Colonie (New York), 1 killed:
                          http://www.timesunion.com/news/article/Firefighters-on-scene-of-Colonie-blaze-14871702.php
                          http://cbs6albany.com/news/local/crews-battle-house-fire-in-latham

                          2019-11-29 - Deadly fire destroys home in Kaysville (Utah), 1 killed:
                          http://www.ksl.com/article/46683031/1-dead-in-overnight-kaysville-house-fire
                          http://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/utah/articles/2019-11-30/76-year-old-man-dead-after-house-fire-in-kaysville
                          http://ksltv.com/426652/man-found-dead-after-crews-put-out-fire-in-kaysville-home/

                          2019-11-29 - Vacant home destroyed by fire on Burr Road just outside Springfield (Tennessee):
                          http://www.wsmv.com/news/vacant-home-in-springfield-a-total-loss-after-fire/article_4689fae2-1330-11ea-877f-b78f72276515.html

                          2019-11-29 - Vacant home destroyed by fire just before 1 AM in Woodstock (Vermont):
                          http://www.mynbc5.com/article/woodstock-building-total-loss-following-early-morning-fire/30058953
                          http://www.wcax.com/content/news/Fire-in-vacant-building-in-Woodstock-considered-a-total-loss-565637712.html

                          2019-11-29 - Vacant warehouse burns in Highlands County (Florida):
                          http://www.wfla.com/news/highlands-county/highland-fire-crews-put-out-warehouse-fire/




                          2019-11-29 - Porpoise washes ashore dead on beach in coastal Whitstable (Britain):
                          http://www.kentonline.co.uk/whitstable/news/porpoise-found-on-beach-217485/




                          2019-11-29 - Man, 43, collapses on boat after diving, hits his head and dies, near coastal Juno Beach (Florida):
                          http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/20191130/georgia-man-43-dies-after-diving-near-juno-beach
                          http://cbs12.com/news/local/man-suddenly-dies-after-during-diving-trip
                          http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-ne-diver-dies-off-juno-beach-20191201-ehn2f34l5nf2vnginriffyx5m4-story.html
                          http://www.11alive.com/article/news/local/kennesaw/kennesaw-man-diving-death-juno-beach-james-ligon/85-6b7e0d2f-8c0e-4c1b-bda0-0c634a0fdf20

                          Quote: "A diver died after he collapsed on a charter boat in Juno Beach Friday afternoon, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Deputies say the charter boat captain requested assistance from the U.S. Coast Guard after 43-year-old James Ligon of Kennesaw, Georgia collapsed on the deck and hit his head."

                          2019-11-29 - Man found dead in Lake Berryessa (California), empty 'ghost boat' found first:
                          http://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/body-found-of-fisherman-missing-on-lake-berryessa/article_fbfbeb5e-8550-5a01-a337-cdcff8491cd7.html
                          http://spotoncalifornia.com/northern-bay-area/1946158/body-found-of-fisherman-missing-on-lake.html
                          http://www.newsbreak.com/news/0NSOUG0U/body-found-of-fisherman-missing-on-lake-berryessa

                          2019-11-29 - Man, 39, found dead in Stevens Creek in Edgefield County (South Carolina), empty 'ghost boat' found first:
                          http://www.wjbf.com/news/north-augusta-man-identified-as-stevens-creek-drowning-victim/
                          http://www.wrdw.com/content/news/DNR-38-year-old-North-Augusta-fishermans-body-found-in-Stevens-Creek-565606482.html

                          2019-11-29 - Man drops dead near freeway off-ramp in the Chollas Creek neighborhood in coastal San Diego (California):
                          http://fox5sandiego.com/2019/11/29/man-found-dead-near-freeway-off-ramp/

                          2019-11-29 - Woman found dead in the Lindo Channel near bike trail in Chico (California):
                          http://www.chicoer.com/2019/11/29/woman-found-dead-off-the-esplanade-bike-trail/
                          http://krcrtv.com/news/butte-county/body-found-in-lindo-channel-next-to-chico-nut-company

                          2019-11-29 - Person found dead in submerged car in lake in Monroe (New York):
                          http://www.recordonline.com/news/20191129/driver-found-dead-in-car-in-monroe-lake

                          2019-11-29 - Man found dead in field in Gallup (New Mexico):
                          http://www.krqe.com/news/new-mexico/gallup-police-investigating-body-found-in-field/
                          http://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/briefs/gallup-police-body-found-in-open-field/article_ad1abf58-7e81-565e-89e1-41468d2e76b8.html
                          http://www.sfchronicle.com/news/article/New-Mexico-police-discover-third-open-field-death-14871257.php

                          2019-11-29 - Man, 38, found dead in Laurel Bed Lake (Virginia):
                          http://wcyb.com/news/local/officials-body-found-in-laurel-bed-lake-recovery-efforts-underway

                          2019-11-29 - Driver has 'medical event', pulls over and dies, on State Highway 1 near Ohaeawai (New Zealand):
                          http://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/driver-dies-of-medical-event-in-far-north/ar-BBXxBia
                          http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/AK1911/S00675/update-serious-crash-on-state-highway-1-ohaeawai.htm
                          http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-serious-crash-state-highway-1-ohaeawai
                          http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=21253884267&story_fbid=10158053532059268

                          Quote: "A driver who pulled over after suffering a 'medical event' on State Highway 1 at Ohaeawai has died, police say. In a statement this morning, police said a lane was blocked about 10am after a single-vehicle crash that blocked one lane. However, they later confirmed it was not a crash but that the driver had pulled over as they suffered a medical event."

                          2019-11-29 - Man drops dead in apartment in Angeles City (Philippine Islands), near the coast:
                          http://www.philstar.com/nation/2019/11/30/1972982/briton-found-dead-angeles-city-apartment

                          2019-11-29 - Woman, 55, found dead in apartment in Delhi (India):
                          http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/woman-found-dead-under-mysterious-circumstances-in-delhi/articleshow/72303431.cms

                          2019-11-29 - Infant boy dies at home in Mangotsfield (Britain), 10 miles from the coast:
                          http://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/street-shut-down-after-death-3583915

                          2019-11-29 - Man found dead in Victoria Park in Leicester (Britain):
                          http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news/leicester-news/body-found-victoria-park-city-3594008




                          2019-11-29 - Passenger has 'medical event' on passenger plane, plane diverts to the island of Tahiti:
                          http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/Houston-bound-flight-makes-unscheduled-stop-in-14870981.php
                          http://www.stuff.co.nz/authors/ripu-bhatia/117842136/medical-emergency-forces-air-new-zealand-flight-to-land-in-tahiti
                          http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/article/Houston-bound-flight-makes-unscheduled-stop-in-14870981.php
                          http://www.odt.co.nz/star-news/star-national/medical-emergency-air-nz-flight-texas-diverted
                          http://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/medical-emergency-air-nz-flight-texas-diverted
                          http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12289750

                          Quote: "A plane bound for Houston made an unscheduled landing in Tahiti Friday morning, related on to an on-board medical event."

                          2019-11-29 - Passenger has 'medical emergency' on ferry ship off the Isle of Man:
                          http://www.three.fm/news/isle-of-man-news/ben-my-chree-turns-back-due-to-medical-emergency/

                          Quote: "The Steam Packet Company says it's due to a medical emergency on board."

                          2019-11-29 - Person has 'medical incident' and falls off bicycle near Cobham (Britain), 1 injured:
                          http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/medical-emergency-cobham-live-surrey-17338059

                          Quote: "We were called at around 12.30pm to Portsmouth Road (A307) near Cobham to someone who had reportedly collapsed off a bike. It was believed to be a medical incident and they had fallen off as a result of that."

                          2019-11-29 - Small plane crashes in Woodville (Australia), 2 killed:
                          http://www.whitsundaytimes.com.au/news/two-dead-in-light-aircraft-crash/3891420/
                          http://twitter.com/9NewsSyd/status/1200608497479503872

                          2019-11-29 - Tanker truck overturns at 3 AM on I-40 in Nashville (Tennessee), 1 injured:
                          http://www.wkrn.com/news/i-40-east-closed-in-wilson-county-due-to-overturned-tractor-trailer/

                          2019-11-29 - Box truck veers across median, crashes into pickup truck and overturns, near Houston (Texas), 1 killed:
                          http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Wreck-involving-overturned-big-rig-closes-I-45-14870457.php

                          Quote: "Investigators are working to determine if the driver had some sort of medical emergency before the crash."

                          2019-11-29 - Van and pickup truck crash in Four Corners (Oregon), 3 killed, 10 injured:
                          http://katu.com/news/local/3-dead-10-injured-in-high-impact-crash-in-marion-county
                          http://www.kgw.com/article/news/local/3-dead-10-injured-in-marion-county-crash/283-1d83cccb-7ccc-4ea1-b947-7e124b7f8d8c

                          2019-11-29 - SUV overturns at 1:55 AM on I-295 in coastal Yarmouth (Maine), 4 injured:
                          http://wgme.com/news/local/children-inside-car-as-it-rolls-over-early-friday
                          http://www.pressherald.com/2019/11/29/driver-injured-in-early-morning-yarmouth-rollover-crash-on-i-295/
                          http://www.centralmaine.com/2019/11/29/driver-seriously-injured-when-suv-rolls-over-on-i-295-in-yarmouth/

                          2019-11-29 - Three cars crash in Madison County (Alabama), 1 injured:
                          http://whnt.com/2019/11/29/wreck-causing-traffic-backup-on-highway-72-at-dug-hill-road/

                          Quote: "Crews on the scene said the person taken to the hospital may have had a medical issue."

                          2019-11-29 - Car veers off road, crashes into pole, fire erupts, in Portland (Oregon), 1 injured:
                          http://katu.com/news/local/driver-knocks-down-power-pole-car-catches-ire-in-north-portland

                          2019-11-29 - Car veers off road, plunges hundreds of feet into canyon, on Sycamore Canyon Road, near coastal Pfeiffer Beach (California), 2 injured:
                          http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Cal-Fire-Rescue-Couple-Vehicle-Side-of-Road-Scripps-Poway-HWY-67-565616852.html
                          http://fox5sandiego.com/2019/11/29/two-people-rescued-by-helicopter-after-car-crashes-into-ravine/

                          2019-11-29 - Car veers off road at 4:17 AM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, near Bowman (South Carolina), 1 killed:
                          http://thetandd.com/news/local/person-killed-near-bowman-when-vehicle-hits-tree-catches-fire/article_5f795c40-ee55-5e6f-a48b-8a4cbaae81b0.html
                          http://abcnews4.com/news/local/driver-dead-after-vehicle-strikes-tree-catches-fire-in-orangeburg-county
                          http://wach.com/news/local/troopers-vehicle-crashes-into-tree-catches-on-fire-in-orangeburg-county

                          2019-11-29 - Car veers off road at 5 AM, crashes into ditch and tree, near coastal Rainbow Haven Beach (Canada), 1 killed:
                          http://www.halifaxtoday.ca/police-beat/halifax-woman-dies-in-crash-near-rainbow-haven-beach-1890907

                          2019-11-29 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, in coastal Stamford (Connecticut), 1 injured:
                          http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/policereports/article/Crash-shuts-down-part-of-Oaklawn-Avenue-in-14871058.php




                          2019-11-29 - Dog attacks and injures man at park in coastal Mashpee (Massachusetts):
                          http://www.capecodtimes.com/news/20191129/man-bitten-by-dog-at-mashpee-park-taken-to-hospital