Jackie Gingrich Cushman: We have fought many wars as a country but now we are engaged in a battle for our soul   

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We have fought many wars as a country, but right now, we are engaged in a battle for our soul.
          

Its Raffle Time!!!!!   

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Do you want to own a piece of contemporary jewellery? Do you want to win a piece of Jewellery by one of the artists taking part in 'Suspended in Pink'?
If so, this is how!

On the 10th of January, during our fantastic private view- One of THESE artists names was chosen from a hat:
Alexandra Hopp, Andrea Coderch, Annette Dam, Babette Von Dohnanyi, Claire Lavendhomme, Claire McArdle, Corrado de Meo, Demitra Thomloudis, Drew Markou, Erica Voss, Farrah Al-Dujaili, Galatée Pestre, Helena Johansson, Heng Lee, Isabel Dammermann, Iris Eichenberg, Jane Richie, Jo Pond, Jorge Manilla, Josephine Siwei Wang, Karen Bartlett, Karen Vanmol, Karin Roy Andersson, Kate Rohde, Katharina Moch, Kevin Hughes, Lauren Markley, Laurence Verdier, Lital Mendel, Lynn Batchelder, Mallory Weston, Masako Hamaguchi, Michelle Kraemer, Minna Karhu, Patricia A Gallucci, Rachel McKnight, Réka Fekete, Rhona McCallum, Ria Lins, Sam Hamilton, Silke Fleischer, Sofia Björkman, Thea Clark, Vinit Koosolmanomai, Yeseul Seo, Zoe Robertson.


the names- all ready to be picked!!!!


Jo Pond selected a name from the hat-
The name is sealed in the pink envelope, ready to be revealed in August! 

So, Now, All you have to do is:
1. Guess who's name is in the envelope
2. Purchase a raffle ticket (£5/€6/$8) by contacting Laura at suspendedinpink@gmail.com, or at one of the exhibitions
3. Love and look after your ticket until the end of our exhibition at the Heidi Lowe Gallery, to see if you have won an item of jewellery from one of our exhibitors!!!!



So, Where does your money go?
Firstly, I truely believe that all artists should be paid for their hard work! SO, rather then asking the participanting artists in 'Suspended in Pink' to donate a piece of jewellery, we shall be purchasing that item, using the money raised in the raffle. Any extra earned income will be invested in the the exhibition, allowing use to travel to new additional and exciting venues throughout the year!

Thanks to Marthe Le Van for aking these questions- hope I have answered them :)

 What if no one guessed the right jeweler? 
Ans: We will chose another name from a hat, and will keep doing it until we have a winner!

What if several people did? 

Ans: We will put there names in a hat and chose from one of these names. Those who guessed right, but did not win the actual piece will win a very small consolation prize.

Who pays shipping and customs? 
Ans: I do!

Will the package be insured? 
Ans: Yes!


Any further questions on this are welcome, just contact Laura at suspendedinpink@gmail.com


          

“Appalled” Pat Robertson says Trump will lose the “mandate of heaven” if he betrays the Kurds!   

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Well this is surprising. Pat Robertson says he is appalled at Trump for the “betrayal” of the Kurds for the sake of a dictator like Erdogan. The nuts at Right Wing Watch . . .
          

Facebook puts the KIBOSH on The Right Scoop   

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Over the weekend I got a message from Facebook that they were “reducing distribution” of our page because they accuse us of posting ‘clickbait: “Your Page has some restrictions, including reduced distribution, . . .
          

The NY Times should join Alex Jones's in Group Therapy   

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Plummeting abortion rates in California expose the pro-life industry's fraudulent use of statistics. See American RTL's article, Abortion Regs Don't Work, Say Cal's Falling Rates. Bob also discusses the New York Times joining right wing conspiracy nuts like Alex Jones in the mutual paranoia, with the newspaper's column claim there's a good chance that conservatives will rise up with their guns to keep Donald Trump in the White House even if he loses the election. And briefly, Bob notes that the NFL still has trouble filling seats, appropriately so since their cave-in to the racist Black Lives Matter / hate the cops / blame everyone but the real killers protest.


          

Comment on Mia Maison’s Odour Away is Our Best Weapon Against Fart by berlin   

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I also love our Mia Maison. Their Odour Away variants do not hurt the eyes nor the nose because of too much fragrance. Just the right smell to make someone concentrate or sleep.
          

3 Brow Styles We Love Right Now And How To Get Them With The Benefit Brow Styler   

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Experiment with different brow styles to see how it transforms the face!

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FENDI Collaborates With Nicki Minaj For An Explosive And Flamboyant Capsule Collection   

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Daring, sophisticated and bright pink – the collection certainly reflects Nicki Minaj’s fashion style in it.

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Ron Johnson gushes Conspiracy Theories, doesn't Trust FBI and CIA, before and now after.    

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Ron Johnson became Wisconsin's Senator because he didn't understand the Affordable Care Act, and hated a program offering more people access to affordable health insurance. He even said...


And it only got worse from there. In Washington, Johnson's blathering idiocy became the talk of the town:

And then he got reelected...true!

Johnson plays Trump as Victim, says he's "...never seen a president, administration, be sabotaged from the day after the election: Amazing. Let's remind our clueless Dumb Ron Johnson why that's not true either:
1. Here’s John Boehner offering his plans for Obama’s agenda: “We're going to do everything — and I mean everything we can do — to kill it, stop it, slow it down, whatever we can.”

2. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell summed up his plan to National Journal: “The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president.”

3. Mike Pence, underscored the point with a clip from Patton, showing the general rallying his troops for war against their Nazi enemy: “We’re going to kick the hell out of him all the time! We’re going to go through him like crap through a goose!”

4. Even though the economy was in free fall, not one House Republican had voted for the effort to revive it, prompting a wave of punditry about a failed party refusing to help clean up its own mess and dooming itself to irrelevance.

5. Have we forgotten that right when President Obama took office in 2009, the Republican leadership in Congress planned a no-honeymoon strategy of all-out resistance to Obama, even though the country was in an economic meltdown? Then-Sen. George Voinovich (R-Ohio) said that “if [Obama] was for it, we had to be against it.”
So it's mind-bending to hear Dumb Ron Johnson whine about the supposed "attacks" on the grifting Trump family presidency:
Johnson: "I have never in my lifetime seen a president after being elected, not having some measure of well wishes from his opponents; I've never seen a president, administration, be sabotaged from the day after the election; I've never seen no measure of a honeymoon what-so-ever." 
Johnson, chairman of the Senate's Homeland Security committee, rambled from one conspiracy theory to another (just like every Trump cultist), and admitted he doesn't trust the CIA or the FBI.
Johnson: "No, I don't — absolutely not. No, and I didn't trust them back then."


So, Nothing like this ever happened under Obama? Trump Investigations plays into GOP Victim-Hood: Here's just a quick reminder below. Note: Remember Trump's own attempts to seek out Obama's birth certificate to prove he was not a U.S. citizen and a secret Muslin:
MSNBC: Republicans made aggressive use of their investigative powers ... matters involving Hillary Clinton, her use of email as secretary of state, her conduct of foreign policy and the Clinton Foundation ... House Republicans unleashed a barrage of subpoenas ... a half dozen GOP-led House committees conducted protracted investigations of the 2012 attacks on U.S. diplomats in Benghazi, Libya ... investigations of the 2009-2011 Operation Fast and Furious episode – a botched initiative against drug cartels that ended up putting guns in the hands of murderers ... investigations into the IRS's treatment of conservatives, and his administration’s loan guarantee to the failed solar-panel startup, Solyndra. And much more.
Who can forget Johnson's imagined "secret society?" 


Or this Johnson gem:


Ron Johnson now has his eye on the governorship in Wisconsin. Just a little advice to anyone thinking about moving to a state who's economy is held hostage by the gerrymandered Republican Party determined to not change a thing because after 8 years of control, everything is perfect now; DON'T. 



          

Regulatory Action Center Review - October 7, 2019   

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Welcome to FreedomWorks Foundation’s nineteenth regulatory review of 2019! Our Regulatory Action Center proudly updates you with our favorite tidbits from the swamp. We want to smash barriers between bureaucracy and the American people by delivering regulatory news straight to FreedomWorks activists. Check back in two weeks for the next edition.

1) Video of the Week: Unsurprisingly, the United States is not the first country to experience ballooning budgets and astronomical deficits. In the mid-1990’s, Canada’s debt grew to as high as 70% of GDP, similar to our current debt situation. In this weeks video, John Stossell sits down with Canadian economist David Henderson to discuss how Canada managed to tackle their debt problem by cutting government spending and reducing waste.

2) Why Is the CDC Still Fostering Potentially Deadly Confusion About Vaping and Lung Disease?: “Media outlets, following the lead of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), continue to blame recent cases of severe respiratory illnesses among vapers on "vaping" and "e-cigarettes" in general, falsely implying a link to legal nicotine products. This misinformation is fostering public confusion that may lead to more disease and death, both from smoking and from the black-market products that have been implicated in the lung disease cases.” https://reason.com/2019/09/24/why-is-the-cdc-still-fostering-potentially-deadly-confusion-about-vaping-and-lung-disease/

3) FBI using Facebook ads to gather Russian intelligence: report: “The FBI is reportedly using Facebook ads to gather intelligence on Russia, specifically targeting those who may be or know Russian spies. The FBI is running ads in the Washington, D.C., area, CNN reported on Wednesday, that direct to the FBI field office's website that describes its counterintelligence team and encourages visitors to meet "in person." https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/fbi/464069-fbi-using-facebook-ads-to-gather-russian-intelligence-report

4) Federal Court Upholds FCC Decision to Roll Back Obama-Era Net Neutrality Rules: “Today, by a 2-1 vote, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit sided largely with the FCC, upholding the primary regulatory rollback as a valid exercise of its authority. In the nearly 200 page opinion, which is heavy on technical detail, the court wrote that while the challengers raised "numerous objections" aiming to show that the FCC's reclassification is "unreasonable," the judges found them "unconvincing." https://reason.com/2019/10/01/federal-court-upholds-fcc-decision-to-roll-back-obama-era-net-neutrality-rules/

5) Trump to issue executive order ‘protecting’ Americans from ‘Medicare for All’ campaign proposals pushed by Democrats: “The executive order, which he is scheduled to discuss at a speech in Florida later Thursday, is intended to bolster Medicare Advantage, private Medicare insurance for seniors that currently covers 22 million people, senior administration officials said on a call with reporters. The plan would also offer more affordable plan options, increase use of telehealth services and bring payments in Medicare fee-for-service program in line with payments for Medicare Advantage, officials said.” https://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/03/trump-to-issue-executive-order-protecting-americans-from-medicare-for-all.html

6) Treasury to create tool to help people redeem billions in unclaimed savings bonds: “Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) on Wednesday said that the Treasury Department will create an online tool to help people redeem billions of dollars in savings bonds. About $26 billion in matured savings bonds are in the U.S. Treasury and have yet to be redeemed. Using the department's forthcoming tool, people will be able to verify against Treasury Department records if they have any savings bonds dated after 1974 that can be redeemed, Kennedy's office said in a news release.” https://thehill.com/policy/finance/464057-senator-treasury-will-create-tool-to-help-people-redeem-billions-of-dollars-in

7) Trump takes heat from right over vaping crackdown: “The Trump administration is under fire from conservative groups and some GOP lawmakers, who are pushing back over its planned crackdown on e-cigarette flavors. They say the administration is overreaching, and the flavor ban will harm small businesses, a violation of core Republican free market principles.” https://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/464470-trump-takes-heat-from-right-over-vaping-crackdown


          

Late-Session/End-of-Day Market Analysis 10-7-19   

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The following video & charts below provide late-session technical analysis of the US stock market including the financial & healthcare sector ETFs, XLF & XLV. Barring any unusually large rip or dip into the close that results in any significant changes to the technical posture of the market, this video will also serve as the [...]

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Early-Session Stock Market Analysis 10-7-19   

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The following video provides early-session technical analysis of the US stock market via SPY, QQQ, /ES & /NQ. Silver or Gold level access initially required to view. https://youtu.be/5bMKcMFas14 playback speed can be increased in the settings to reduce video duration…
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Charts I’m Watching Today   

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QQQ closed at this downtrend line on Friday just shy of the key 189.40 top of August trading range resistance level, where a pullback to at least the 187 and/or 185.90 level is likely while SPY also closed around the top of the Aug trading range (resistance) where a pullback and/or more lasting reversal remains [...]

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Not (yet) time to settle in publishers’s suit against Audible   

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Like a good legal thriller (even better, a radio serial), the story of Audible’s “Captions” program has us anticipating every new twist and turn. To recap the last few weeks of action: Audible, Amazon’s audio division, has introduced a program that transcribes audiobooks to text, right […]
Not (yet) time to settle in publishers’s suit against Audible was first posted on October 7, 2019 at 12:45 am.
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Abrams launches new LGBTQ graphic novel imprint   

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A new graphic novel imprint is coming from Abrams, dedicated to highlighting LGBTQ stories and creators. According to a report from Publishers Weekly, the new imprint, to be called Surely Books, was announced at NYCC @ NYPL, a New York Comic Con kick-off event designed […]
Abrams launches new LGBTQ graphic novel imprint was first posted on October 7, 2019 at 12:30 am.
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Rape or weird foreplay: Bob Woodward investigates   

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Iconic investigative reporter Bob Woodward put his foot in his mouth on the evening of October 2 and then proceeded to keep shoving it back in a couple more times before the night was over. Woodward was interviewing fellow investigative reporters, Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey—the […]
Rape or weird foreplay: Bob Woodward investigates was first posted on October 5, 2019 at 12:20 am.
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False alarm: EU tariffs will not affect books   

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After much panic, good news: the Trump administration’s newest round of tariffs on EU goods will not include books. Publishers Weekly reports that the confusion was born from a line reading that “printed books, brochures, leaflets, and similar printed matter in single sheets, whether or not […]
False alarm: EU tariffs will not affect books was first posted on October 4, 2019 at 4:57 pm.
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Donald Trump is the latest to face the satirical treatment from multi-million bestselling series Ladybirds for Grown-Ups   

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The Ladybirds for Grown-Ups book series has been a crazy-successful phenomenon since its launch in 2015. So many of us (myself included) grew up reading Ladybird books—beautifully illustrated, slim children’s volumes telling charming stories, often fairy tales (my favourites) or informative little nonfiction reads. Ladybird was […]
Donald Trump is the latest to face the satirical treatment from multi-million bestselling series Ladybirds for Grown-Ups was first posted on October 4, 2019 at 12:42 am.
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New series A Quick Ting On… foregrounds black British culture   

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This week saw the heartening launch of a new series of nonfiction books focusing on elements of black British culture, which will publish with Jacaranda Books in October 2020. According to an article in The Bookseller on Monday, A Quick Ting On… will include entries “from music to […]
New series A Quick Ting On… foregrounds black British culture was first posted on October 4, 2019 at 12:33 am.
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California book trade association dissolves amid acrimony; riots feared   

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“Two states! We want two states!” shouted Stocktonite Stephen Malkmus on Pavement’s debut album, Slanted and Enchanted. Twenty-six years later, the vision Malkmus outlined (“There’s no culture! Forty million daggers!”) has finally collapsed for good. On Sunday, the Southern California Independent Booksellers Association (SCIBA) approved […]
California book trade association dissolves amid acrimony; riots feared was first posted on October 3, 2019 at 12:26 am.
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Dickens’s wine cellar inventory notebook sells at auction   

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Just three days before his death, a 58 year old Charles Dickens went down to the basement of his country house. His goal? To catalog his booze, including a recent shipment of sherry from a local wine merchant. The notebook he updated that day—his chronicle […]
Dickens’s wine cellar inventory notebook sells at auction was first posted on October 2, 2019 at 12:15 am.
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Audiobook listening rate almost doubles in eight years   

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The rate at which adults listen to audiobooks has almost doubled since 2011. Pew has just released a survey of 1,502 adults taken between January 8 and February 7 that revealed that 20% of them had listened to an audiobook in the last 12 months. […]
Audiobook listening rate almost doubles in eight years was first posted on October 1, 2019 at 12:45 am.
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New York Times Best Sellers tracking to change   

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If you’ve been looking at the New York Times Best Sellers list lately, perhaps you have seen this book or this book. If you’re looking at it a couple of weeks from now, you may find it slightly altered. As John Maher writes for Publishers Weekly: After […]
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6.1 Great Art Now - Rendering   

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Rendering is producing the final image you can show to your friends or clients and in this short video you'll learn the basic settings you must master in order to create great looking art right from the start.

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8.1 Great Art Now - Animation   

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Get the right "moves", dive into DAZ Studio animation basics and instantly create better animations. With professional award-winning 3D artist, 3D coach and bestselling DAZ 3D vendor Val Cameron a.k.a. Waldemar B. from Dreamlight.

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