Politico
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” “There are certainly new voices, and people are pissed off,” he said. “And I am, too.” However, Garcetti added, “If we only turn that anger inward, I fear we become the permanent party of oppositionOver the next couple months, we’d better get our act together.” Garry South, a longtime Democratic strategist in California, said pressure from the Sanders movement has contributed to a leftward shift in the Democratic Party that “you have to look at it with kind of a longer-term perspective than just piling up some quick victories.” “These movements can energize a party, they can infuse a party with new vigor and motivation,” he said. “But, you know, sometimes they get folded into the party and sometimes certain elements in that new faction get pissed off and burned out … I think it remains to be seen whether the ‘Berniecratmovement has staying power or not.
Collective Evolution
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We are living in a time that is equal parts chaos and creativity, as the world around us is changing at an-ever increasing rate. Politics, society, and culture as we know it are in the midst of an unprecedented evolution, which seems to be happening due in part to a massive paradigm shift. As many feel called to begin looking inward for answers, the exploration of our consciousness and our curiosity about a greater reality (beyond what is visibly seen) are showing us that history may not be exactly what we've been told. Renaissance periods happen after a time of great darkness, and our modern renaissance seems to be following this cyclical pattern. As things seem to be getting darker, those with the light within them are shining even brighter, and searching for answers beyond the veil of corruption. Some believe that our modern renaissance is a psychedelic one, with the psychedelic experience being an initiation into higher consciousness, creativity, and illumination.
The Sun Daily
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He added that at a time of widening gap between those of different backgrounds in this country, we should encourage Malaysians to reach out to each other, not stay even more inward-looking. He urged the public to promote our plural cultures, not any single culture. "Asking Guan Eng to convert to Islam in order for him to attend "buka puasa" events also misses the point. Non-Muslims joining Muslims to break fast is an act of reaching out and of simply being Malaysian," Low said. He added that fasting and breaking of fast is practiced in many cultures and one needs not be Muslim in order to fast and break fast.
The Sun Daily
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This practice has enabled us to know each other better.” Low said the last thing we would want now is for Malaysians to stay ignorant of the cultural practices of others and allow prejudices and unfounded fears to fester. At a time of widening gap between those of different backgrounds in this country, we should encourage Malaysians to reach out to each other, not stay even more inward-looking, he added. “Asking the Penang Chief Minister to convert to Islam in order for him to attendbuka puasaevents also misses the point,” Low said. “Non-Muslims joining Muslims to break fast is an act of reaching out and of simply being Malaysian. Fasting and breaking of fast is practiced in many cultures and one needs not be Muslim in order to fast and break fast.”
Variety
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Variety
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Politico
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HILLARY STILL COUGHING... read a predicable tweet from the consistently anti-Clinton Drudge Report after she stopped for some water and it took about 20 seconds for the raspiness to leave her throat. BLAMES ALLERGIES... came the next tweet. The Republican National Committee even put out a statement about the speech, calling it a stark reminder why Hillary Clinton lost in 2016. Instead of lashing out with the same partisan talking points, Hillary Clinton would be wise to look inward, talk about why she lost, and expand the dwindling base of Democrat Party supporters – we wont hold our breath though, said RNC chair Ronna McDaniel. And while warning about the grave danger facing the nation, Clinton insisted the dramatic rhetoric wasnt about bitterness. “You may have heard that things didnt exactly go the way I planned,” Clinton said at the outset of her speech.
BBC Parliament
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attractive this survey on inward investment to the UK published Tuesday this week reported that with hundred and 22 project successfully secured during 2016 in three Scottish cities, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen in the top ten, Scotland continues to be the most attractive location for foreign direct investment outside of London in every one of the past five years. We continue to work with Scottish development International to engage with investors across the globe to ensure they are aware of the strength of the Scottish economy and the range of support available to help them grow their businesses. I agree that and.
The Herald - Markets & Economy
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AMID a slew of fairly bleak economic indicators for Scotland and the UK as a whole, which reflect the growing impact of the Brexit vote, news this week of record foreign direct investment north of the Border was most welcome.
Open Culture
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Americans, like human beings everywhere, believe many things that are obviously untrue. Their most destructive untruth is that it is very easy for any American to make money. They will not acknowledge how in fact hard money is to come by, and therefore, those who have no money blame and blame and blame themselves. This inward blame has been a treasure for the rich and powerful, who have had to do less for their poor, publicly and privately, than any other ruling class since, say, Napoleonic times. Campbell appears elsewhere in the novel in an attempt to recruit American POWs into ‘a German military unit called ‘The Free American Corps,” of which he is “the inventor and commander.” Near the top of the post, see the character in the 1972 Slaughterhouse-Five film defend his alliance with the Nazis and explain his bizarre uniform in terms one commentator sees as distinctly resonant with today’s far-right rhetoric .
The Herald - Small Medium Business
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Washington Free Beacon
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The country singer castigated Schumer and the Democratic party for blaming Russia for their presidential loss. "Instead of looking inward at the real cause for your party's loss, you had to find a scapegoat, and if it hadn't been Russia, it would have been something else," Daniels wrote. He then asked Schumer whether he honestly believed that Trump colluded with Russian President Vladimir Putin. "Will you lay your hand on a Holy Bible and tell America that you believe in your heart that Donald Trump has actually colluded with Vladimir Putin and the Russian government to the detriment of the United States of America?" Daniels asked before he guessed that Schumer's special council would only come up with superficial answers. Daniels wrote that Schumer has "opened Pandora's Box and thrown away the lid," and asked Schumer questions regarding scandals that have plagued Democrats.
Washington Free Beacon
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The country singer castigated Schumer and the Democratic party for blaming Russia for their presidential loss. "Instead of looking inward at the real cause for your party's loss, you had to find a scapegoat, and if it hadn't been Russia, it would have been something else," Daniels wrote. He then asked Schumer whether he honestly believed that Trump colluded with Russian President Vladimir Putin. "Will you lay your hand on a Holy Bible and tell America that you believe in your heart that Donald Trump has actually colluded with Vladimir Putin and the Russian government to the detriment of the United States of America?" Daniels asked before he guessed that Schumer's special council would only come up with superficial answers. Daniels wrote that Schumer has "opened Pandora's Box and thrown away the lid," and asked Schumer questions regarding scandals that have plagued Democrats.
The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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Futurity
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Trappist-1's seven-planet chain of resonances established a record among known planetary systems, the previous holders being the systems Kepler-80 and Kepler-223, each with four resonant planets. The resonances are self-correcting, Luger says, such that if one planet were to somehow be nudged off course, it would lock right back into resonance. Once you're caught into this kind of stable resonance, it's hard to escape. Do volcanoes boost our odds of finding alien life? All of this indicates that these orbital connections were forged early in the life of the Trappist-1 system, when the planets and their orbits were not fully formed. The resonant structure is no coincidence, and points to an interesting dynamical history in which the planets likely migrated inward in lock-step, Luger says. This makes the system a great testbed for planet formation and migration theories.
South China Morning Post
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BBC Radio Scotland
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positive for the Scottish economy with a knock on effect about will have intercourse and in terms of the jobs he was a drop in the average number associated with inward investment projects over the period do we know why that is I think that's what to do with the types of projects are they coming to Scotland so where's all the reasons might have larger manufacturing projects that are smaller research and development projects coming into leaf labelling 10 cigarettes are ok and in terms of paper cities are performing in Glasgow Edinburgh doing very well at Aberdeen also showing signs of a banks that yes nobody was icy outside the top 10 in the UK last year it's bounce back in the current year it's double the number of projects again I think that's a reflection of the types of project that are coming into Aberdeen again more research and development projects rather than just large scale manufacturing projects and who is investing here marks the United States remains number one doesn't it the United States that.
BBC Radio Scotland
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in this morning last it's RBS beds to settle 700 million lbs suit and avoid Goodwin Court showdown is the headline near The Scotsman this morning enquiry Beginnings into a l e e m deliver impact on markets on to the Telegraph IMF to Stewie's greece's debt voted by vetoed solely by creditors the times to the reports that the Euro reach the six months hi yesterday after angular Merkel said that the two week currency with behind the countries massive trade surplus Filey the Herald inward investment hits record high in Scotland this is from the ey annual survey which we will be covering in the business news at 23 this morning Laura thank you very much indeed well let's have a look at the front pages of the papers um this is really one of those days when a lot of people.
The Herald - Business
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BBC News 24
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Some drizzle. The Channel islands see more cloud. This south-east see more cloud. They will push into the Midlands. Northern inward, Northern Ireland, Scotland, generally dry and sunny. Temperatures rising quickly, of course, in the sunshine
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Rouhani beat out the other remaining candidates , some from the moderate camp and some from the principlist, or conservative, camp. His main rival, Ebrahim Raisi , took the second largest voting percentage at 38.5 percent . In Raisi was the potential for a more conservative Iran. This potential has, for now, been quelled. Rouhani faces a nation disillusioned in part by his promises of economic stability from the nuclear deal. The Iranian electorate has spoken in its decision between two stark alternatives: strengthening civil society and engaging with the world, or turning inward with economic populism and combative foreign policy. In decisively voting for Rouhani, Iranians have endorsed diplomacy and moderation. And they have done so in direct contrast to U.S. President Donald Trump , who has called for increasing tensions with Iran and championed isolationist foreign policy.
France 24
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We're being isolated from our colleagues." Topping the list of concerns: what the possibility of much tighter immigration controls might mean for the highly-internationalised industry, and the potential loss of access to EU cash that has previously helped fund British hits like Oscar-winner The King's Speech" and last year's Cannes winner "I, Daniel Blake". Then there is the wider unknown impact of a potential exit from the EU's single market in the case of a so-called "hard Brexit". An enormous chunk of the money that feeds Britain's film industry comes from abroad -- according to the British Film Institute, inward investment made up 86 percent of the £1.9 billion ($2.5 billion, 2.2 billion euros) spent on movie production in the UK in the year from April 2016. - 'Film finds a way' - Some European producers in Cannes said they were reluctant to work with British film companies until the cliffhanger of what Brexit will look like is resolved after two years of gruelling negotiations.
Sky News
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the absolutely support effective and respectful policing, and that respectful thing is the key thing. Since stop and search has come down, a higher proportion of stop and searchers have resulted inward arrest, which suggests to me that having less of it needs are the ones that are being conducted are more likely to be based on intelligence than a blanket net of randomly.