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Once people have come to resist injustices to refugees from wars, to identify with them, to contemplate lives lived in horror of immigration police, to consider the suffering of family members in distant lands suddenly blocked from visiting their loved ones, it seems to be a quite achievable step to begin opposing dropping bombs on those family members. If you're going to oppose harm to refugees, why not oppose the destruction of their homes that makes them refugees in the first place? If you are willing to question government fear-mongering, you are ready to question the government dogma that says more weapons sales and more bombs and more troops will make things better rather than worse. If that step is taken, then this becomes a movement that cares not only about that fraction of suffering populations that finds some tenuous connection to U.
The Event Chronicle
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X22 ReportEpisode 1188 http://x22report.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/episode_1188.mp3 In this episode: Initial and continuing claims continue to surge. New home sales collapsed. The Dow hit 20,000 and the debt is about to hit 20 Trillion all at the same time. The stock market fueled by debt. Trump’s expected Ambassador says the EU will collapse. Deutsche Bank reports the global economy is about to rollover and world trade will decline. Be prepared for the inflationary depression. Trump is pushing forward with his executive orders. EPA creates rogue twitter accounts to bypass the gag order. White House debunks the case they told the EPA to take down climate change page. Mexico says it will not pay for the wall. Net neutrality is under fire as Trump appoints Ajit Pai. Secret service agent says she will not take a bullet for Trump. Trump says he is for torture but will look to Mattis and Pompeo to decide.
Social Media Examiner
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BoingBoing
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Ingram said that should the Kickstarter be successful, a portion of the revenue from app sales will be donated annually to Wikipedia itself and James himself asks that he receive no compensation. Instead , he wishes for sales to go to his non-profit to help distribute the app so that it can be used in education. I asked how Burke hoped people would use the app, and he said, first of all, if the campaign falls through, no one will use it for anything, but if it does, he said fun and silliness in his view are justified ends unto themselves. Aside from those goals though, he said he had “always found that reading in widening circles around a person and seeing what contacts they made, the people they knew, the influences they caused or suffered, quite often the most interesting things happened when you went to an anomaly, an outrider if you like.
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SAP Ariba CMO Alicia Tillman discusses the company's rebranding campaign and commitment to ending forced labor throughout the supply chain, and how B2B buyers and B2C buyers are not so different.
Techradar
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In which case you'll be presented with a fairly attractive lockscreen in a colour that matches the app. Go into WhatsApp, for example, it's green - and the app is fast, simple and works well. If you want to keep your photos, conversations or anything else private App Lock is essential. Free Twickets is kind of like the ebay of ticket sales. If an event has sold out, whether it's a football match, concert, live comedy, play, festival or anything else, you can check the app to see if anyone's selling tickets. That might sound like a recipe for getting ripped off, but tickets can't be sold for more than face value, so it will simply be people who can't make the event and want to get some of their money back selling them, rather than opportunists and profiteers. Sales are securely handled too, with protections in place for both buyers and sellers, so you're unlikely to get scammed.
The Event Chronicle
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X22 ReportEpisode 1002 In this episode: (Note: see below for more info on the BRICS bonds) Caterpillar retail sales decline for 42 months in a row. Obama’s economic recovery does not hold water, his predictions never came true. Baltic Dry Index declines to 582. We are in the biggest stock bubble of all time and it is getting ready to pop. Obama is calling the height of the market by telling people to buy now. BRICS banks are not issuing bonds in local currencies bypassing the dollar. FBI releases 911 transcript not the original recordings, first partial then full, this was a tactic used to deflect individuals from asking for the recordings. This is such an important case the FBI allows the media access to Omar’s home. US Supreme Court upholds ban on assault weapons, completely violation of the 2nd Amendment. Poroshenko pushing the idea to send the National Guard to the Southeastern area to control the people.
NPR News
8 months
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Apple has hit a new snag in China: Beijing's intellectual property agency has ruled that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus violate a design patent by one of China's own smartphone makers. Authorities found that this older generation of iPhones looks too similar to a phone, the 100C, made by a company called Shenzhen Baili. As a result, Apple was ordered to stop selling iPhone 6 and 6 plus in Beijing. However, Apple says it appealed the order and the ruling has been stayed for the duration of the appealmeaning that for now, the sales will continue. Parallels A Rocky Time In U.S.-China Relations As Leaders Meet In Beijing Curiously, the order did not apply to the latest generation of iPhones, the 6S and 6S Plus, even though they closely resemble the older phones. Apple is expected to introduce yet another new generation of iPhones this fall.
Scientific American - Health & Medicine
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NPR News
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NPR News
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npr.org/player/embed/480214102/480216806" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> Many of the court documents, Hamburger says, can be split into two basic categories: depositions from Trump executives, and "playbooks" – essentially, marketing and strategy plans for selling courses and mentoring sessions to students, often with an emphasis on finding takers for the "Gold" level courses that cost nearly $35,000. An image from court documents related to lawsuits against Trump University, depicting the nearly $35,000 cost of the "Gold" level package. NPR The Trump University documents' topics range from how employees should file expense reports to guides for making sales in various environments, from one-off preview events to three-day sessions. Nearly all of the pages are marked "Confidential." Tips for dealing with the news media are included in the 2008 edition of the playbook, starting with the idea that any reporters should be directed to a Trump media contact.
MarketingProfs
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The Event Chronicle
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The Event Chronicle
a year
X22 ReportEpisode 912 In this episode: Are Greek banks going to charge people to return the 500 euro note. Retail sales party in Australia is over, the trend is now down. Consumer credit the weakest since 2013. Baltic Dry Index is now at 354. Peter Schiff reports, US in recession, QE 4 coming, real estate bubble ready to pop. BIS warns that negative interest rates are going impact the global economies in a negative way. Russia strategically positioning itself to control the global oil supply which will bypass the dollar. FBI has new plan to spy on high school students. US declares Venezuela a threat and extends the sanctions. South Korea and the US initiate the largest war drills to provoke North Korea. Turkey sets up a false flag and has the terrorist shell Turkey, which they wanted to blame on the Syrian Kurds. US now building two airbases in the Northern part of Turkey.
Sky Sports News
a year
I don't think the referee can decide a game in that way. The penalty happens and everything changes. From that moment onwards we had to go forward. And even then we were good.
NPR News
a year
Most of America's Valentine's Day roses come from Colombia. Here, a worker carries bunches of roses for export at a farm in Nemocon, Colombia, on February 2, 2015. The Valentine's season represents 12% of the annual sales for Colombian flower growers. Eitan Abramovich/AFP/Getty Images Last year NPR's Planet Money took a close look at the "logistical miracles and wild risks" that bring millions of blooming roses to America on one exact day. Listen 17:37 Playlist Download Embed Embed " /> Close embed overlay iframe src="http://www.npr.org/player/embed/466741065/466741085" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> They note that indestructibility is fundamental to the rose's appeal — they're uniquely suited for being transported thousands of miles. "We didn't just set up this global transportation chain in order to get this traditional flower, roses," correspondent Robert Smith said.
Max Keizer
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