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He meant he wants to run it. Poorly. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "Rick Perry, the former Texas governor and President-elect Donald J. Trump’s nominee as energy secretary, said in his Senate confirmation hearing on Thursday that he regretted having recommended the abolition of the Energy Department in the past. He addressed his awkward history on the issue up front, telling the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee that after “being briefed on so many of the vital functions of the Department of Energy,” he no longer believed, as he said while running for president in 2011, that it should be eliminated. Mr. Perry also offered a full-throated reversal of his views on the science of human-caused climate change, which he called a “contrived, phony mess” in a 2010 book.
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The character was emotionally using the film's storyline to help his grieving children over the deaths of Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell ahead of their funeral tomorrow. He said: "I need you both to be brave, just like that film we saw you know The Good Dinosaur? "Arlo was brave and strong werent he?" However, later on in the episode, Jack instantly regretted the movie's reference. EastEnders: Jack Branning's children were upset over Ronnie and Roxy's death ...
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Other astronauts accepted NASA's argumenta fair onethat the space program was a very real part of the Cold War and the astronauts were the foot soldiers. Not Cernan. That was my war, he said of Vietnam, in the 2007 documentary In the Shadow of the Moon . He never quite squared it with himself that he didn't fight it. He regretted tooa littlenot appreciating his moments on the moon when he had them. In 2010, I was watching some of the moonwalk footage with himparticularly the clip of him and Schmitt singing and joking as they bounded along the surfaceand he recalled the countless hours he and his crew mates spent training in simulators before missions. I wish I could have pushed a pause button during those moonwalks the way we could in sims, he said. They just went by too fast.
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Other astronauts accepted NASA's argumenta fair onethat the space program was a very real part of the Cold War and the astronauts were the foot soldiers. Not Cernan. That was my war, he said of Vietnam, in the 2007 documentary In the Shadow of the Moon . He never quite squared it with himself that he didn't fight it. He regretted tooa littlenot appreciating his moments on the moon when he had them. In 2010, I was watching some of the moonwalk footage with himparticularly the clip of him and Schmitt singing and joking as they bounded along the surfaceand he recalled the countless hours he and his crew mates spent training in simulators before missions. I wish I could have pushed a pause button during those moonwalks the way we could in sims, he said. They just went by too fast.
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It continues to be so to this day. This is a government which lives and thrives on terrorism. To rid the whole world of the terror of political Islam you need to remove Bashir's government not reward it. The issue is as simple as that." - Ali Askouri, Chairman, Alliance of the Dam Affected Communities in the Sudan President Barack Obama, who recently regretted not doing enough to save lives in South Sudan, is about to commit a grave mistake by trying to, at the last minute of his presidency, reward the world's brutal killer and ICC indicted war criminal, Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan, with his decision to lift sanctions imposed on the Sudanese government for genocide in Darfur and the ongoing killings in the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile. As a survivor of the north-south Sudanese civil war and a proud American from President Obama's hometown of Chicago, and a committed activist who wholeheartedly supported President Obama for his first term election and second term reelection, including my appearance on Oprah Winfrey's show on the morning of his election in 2008 and joining him for his victory celebration in Grand Park on the night of November 4, 2008, I am deeply disappointed that my trusted President is turning his back on millions of supporters like me and the Sudanese who suffered for so long under Omar Al-Bashir.
The Huffington Post
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Ive also had extended family comment on some of my political posts. One went on a rant cursing all over my page. But Im not going to make myself small to make others feel comfortable. I actually have been to a march before, but not really by choice. When I was 15, I attended a Christian high school that was very pro-life and I did the March for Life. I was really afraid of hell and I had some sense that I was queer, so I was absolutely terrified. I went to the march because I felt like God would love me if I did. I remember holding up a big sign with all these photoshopped images of dead fetuses. It was traumatic. When I went to the protests right after the election I held up signs with sayings from feminist leaders, and it felt so different. Even with all the threatening comments Ive received online related to my appearance and my intelligence, Ive never regretted speaking out, not once.
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But the academic novel in its pure, Lucky Jim form? No, not surviving well at all. I've read a handful of books in the dying genre over the past few years. Julie Schumacher's Dear Committee Members and C.K. Houck's The University in 2014, for instance. Adrian Jones Pearson's Cow Country in 2015, and Nathan Hill's The Nix in 2016. I regretted the time spent on them, for the most part. Schumacher's epistolary Dear Committee Members , built of emails and memos, proved enjoyable. And Hill's sprawling The Nix , with its tale of a mother and her half-failed professor son in Chicago, was an attempt at a major novelprecisely to the extent it wasn't really about academia. Why should we expect anything different? The genre was self-defeating on its own terms. The hundreds of college professors busily writing since the 1950s have emptied out that mine of academic waggery, as I noted back in 1996.
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But the alliance with Otto didnt last a year. Pope John XII soon aligned with Berengar IIs son behind Ottos back. (Historians speculate that this was because he regretted granting Otto so much power.) Otto quickly concluded John was unreliable, immoral and a bit of a crook, Noble says. Infuriated, Otto briefly deposed Pope John XII. But by regaining the trust of church members and getting rid of his enemies, John was soon able to resume the papacy. Pope John XII also caused a fair amount of scandal with his private life. Though some allegations of the young Pope's doings are likely exaggeratedOttos ally Liudprand of Cremona wrote in History of Otto that Pope John XII turned the palace into a brothelthe charge that he was not celibate holds up to historical scrutiny. He was a randy Pope, Pennington says.
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There will be plenty of time to fully assess the Obama Presidency. When he took the oath of office nearly eight years ago, my column on his inaugural, full of optimism and hopes for history, was at the top of the HuffPost front page. Suffice to say that my highest hopes were not achieved. Still, I've never regretted Obama being president, even when I've strongly disagreed with what he was, or was not, doing. He is someone for Americans and all citizens of the world to be proud of. If he was sometimes too quick to go along with obviously faulty Pentagon group-think (Afghanistan escalation), secret state machinations (the unexamined drone strike program and overly expansive surveillance apparat), and boardroom bailouts (the toothless refinancing of Wall Street speculation) -- or too slow on the trigger (the, ah, "jayvee team" of Isis) -- well, he sure wasn't perfect.
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In mitigation, Victor, who was unrepresented, said he regretted his action and apologised for it. According to the facts of the case, on the day of the incident, the accused and some of his friends, who were also foreigners, were detained at an entertainment centre in Damansara Perdana and taken to the police headquarters for urine test. However, the accused turned aggressive after being asked to give his urine sample and urinated in the compound of the police headquarters. He then went to the canteen and kicked the table several times and screamed harsh words at the police officers who tried to calm him down. — Bernama
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As Radar previously reported, Deen admitted to once having used a racial slur during a lawsuit deposition in 2013. (She later insisted she regretted using the word .) She came clean about secretly suffering from diabetes for three years on the Today show in January 2012, and announced her paid partnership with Novo Nordisk in the same interview. For more bombshells from Kelly’s book, keep reading Radar. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
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His lawyer Hassan Abdul Karim told reporters that Muhammad Amirul had spent three months in jail before his case was brought to the High Court, adding that his client would reach 21 years of age in a year and five months. He said Muhammad Amirul would be re-taking his SPM examination at the correction school. Earlier, Hassan told the court that the High Court's decision to send his client to Henry Gurney School was improper and irregular under the law. He said Muhammad Amirul regretted his action and was remorseful, and was ready to apologise to Tunku Ismail. Justice Zawawi asked if Amirul had apologised, to which Hassan replied his client was not given an opportunity to do so at the High Court. "You must remember that his original sentence by the Sessions Court was one year's jail," said Justice Zawawi. Deputy public prosecutor Mohd Zain Ibrahim asked the court to maintain the High Court's decision, saying the High Court judge did not make any error in his decision.
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Whether it's ordering something online or splashing out on an extravagant purchase that ended up going unused, shoppers from around the world reveal the buys they instantly regretted.
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It is very possible to have too much of a good thing especially when that good thing is squirrel paraphernalia. Reddit user Yegend misguidedly told his friend that squirrels were his favorite animal, and it appears he has regretted that admission every December 25th since. He posted a hilarious picture of himself Wednesday, modeling some extremely unfortunate Christmas gifts he's received from one friend over the years. SEE ALSO: Renegade squirrel steals 150 Christmas lights Cheer up Squirrel-man, we have a feeling you may be the internet's next favorite meme. Read more... BONUS: Student befriends squirrel, both become campus celebs More about Gifts , Friends , Christmas , Squirrels , and Watercooler
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What are your views on homeschooling? How can they do better at math? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights . Answer by Sarah Lubienski , Mathematics Education Professor, University of Illinois, on Quora : There are many reasons parents choose to teach their children at home and boosting math scores is not typically the main reason for making that decision. So I do not assume that my comments will deter parents from homeschooling their children -- nor should they. But I do want to offer a caution. At the University of Illinois, I teach courses to prepare elementary teachers to teach math. I once had an older student who had previously homeschooled her children. After taking the course, she told me that she deeply regretted teaching her kids without knowing the things she learned in our class, including standard math misconceptions and the most effective representations of fundamental math ideas.
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Instead, the big news the next day, and for the next week, was “stupidly.” It seems an astonishingly mild rebuke in the age of Trump, but Obama paid a huge PR price for appearing to question a cop’s decision. He soon invited Gates and the officer to the White House for a “beer summit” to try to smooth things out and turn the furor into a teachable moment; he would later say he regretted his initial comments. He’s been a lot more circumspect since then, although there was a similar furor over his comment – this time without judgment about the incident – that Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager killed by a pugnacious neighborhood watch activist near Orlando, could have been his son. Suffice to say that Obama tends to tread even more delicately than usual around racial issues. It’s hard to recall any other subsequent example of Obama taking a whack at a private citizen, other than the time he called Kanye West a “jackass” for disrespecting Taylor Swift.
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I would ask that Mr. Paduchik be instructed to IMMEDIATELY cease such activity and that he cease all communication with State Central Committee members , county chairs and donors on the subject of this election. Montgomery accused Paduchik in the complaint of violating the RNC's Rule 11, which bars the RNC from contributing money or in-kind aid to any candidate for any public or party office of that state without the written approval of the state's RNC members. She cited Paduchik's letter, which he signed as deputy co-chair, Republican National Committee. Montgomery emailed the complaint to John Ryder, the RNC's general counsel, as well as Jo Ann Davidson and Jim Dicke, Ohio's RNC Committee members. She said in an interview that she had not received a response yet and that she regretted not complaining sooner than a day before the election.
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He has directed me to assist her campaign and has offered his support as needed. Montgomery emailed the complaint to John Ryder, the RNC's general counsel, as well as Jo Ann Davidson and Jim Dicke, Ohio's RNC Committee members. She said in an interview that she had not received a response yet and that she regretted not complaining sooner than a day before the election. I just felt I need to say, look, what is the national committee doing being involved in this?' Montgomery said in an interview. I don't think any state wants to be told how to run its internal elections by Washington, she added. Montgomery, a former state senator, auditor and attorney general, is backing Borges in Friday's chairmanship race, which is expected to be close. She said she had always considered Paduchik a friend, but that she hoped the RNC would force Paduchik to avoid interfering in the rest of the race.
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"I hope you will continue to challenge ill-founded arguments and muddled thinking and that you will never be afraid to speak the truth to those in power," Rogers said. He also criticised the British government for its short supply of "serious multilateral negotiating experience" in London and said the structure of the UK's negotiating team "needs rapid resolution". Rogers came under fire last month for saying it could take 10 years for Britain to conclude a trade deal with the EU. The government insisted, though, that he was only reporting back what was being said in European capitals. The mild-mannered Rogers is widely respected in Brussels where he is known as a vastly experienced operator. His critics say he is a europhile, but European diplomatic sources described him as being a realist. Natasha Bertaud, a spokeswoman for the European Commission, said Wednesday it regretted "the loss of a very professional, very knowledgeable while not always easy interlocutor and diplomat".