State Guardian Wright

Wright State Campus | Photo of Diana Jaber | State Guardian Wright Students at Wright State University (WSU) showed their appreciation for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and celebrated his life by hosting two events to express what he means to them culturally and personally. A student’s dream On Monday, …

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The left mocks the floating changes to the 2024 ticket

(The hill) — Progressives are openly frustrated as the Biden administration wades through issues across the board, but they flatly reject suggestions that former party leaders — or, worse, Republicans — might be the solution. The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Week all devoted real estate …

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Schenectady County Historical Society to Host Podcast Group – The Daily Gazette

Revisiting history is often fun and informative, but sometimes the past can get quite complicated. That’s why it’s always a good idea to brainstorm with a group of people who also find the story fascinating. At the Schenectady County Historical Society, they’re still looking to the past, but instead of …

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French left-wing icon Taubira joins crowded presidential race

LYON, France (AP) — A progressive icon from the South American territory of French Guiana joined the race for France’s April presidential election on Saturday, vowing to push back against the “hate speech” that has marred the campaign and seeking to unite France’s long-fractured left wing. Christine Taubira has only …

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Evangelicals battle ‘critical race theory’ in new online video course

In the right-wing crusade against “critical race theory,” there is a job for everyone: movement intellectuals and keyboard warriors, school board brawlers and politicians – from Congress to governors’ mansions to the new class of local right-wing bureaucrats eager to link student test scores to faculty demographics. It is therefore …

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Surgeries don’t meet infectious disease society guidelines a third of the time, study finds

Surgical site infections (SSIs) are a serious but often preventable risk that patients face when they go under the knife. But despite the implementation of measures and surveillance programs to reduce their occurrence, they remain among the main sources of healthcare-associated infections and a major cause of unplanned postoperative hospital …

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The exhibition dedicated to Melina Mercouri will open in Athens

A exposure dedicated to the life and works of the late Greek artist and politician Melina Merkouri will open its doors at Technopole cultural complex of Athens January 18. Organized by the Municipality of Athens in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and the Melina Mercouri Foundation, the exhibition will …

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Stamkos scores 18th goal, Tampa Bay Lightning beat Vancouver Canucks 4-2 – Prince Rupert Northern View

Steven Stamkos scored his team-leading 18th goal, Andrei Vasilevskiy made 24 saves and the host Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-2 on Thursday night. Anthony Cirelli, Boris Katchouk and Brayden Point also scored for Tampa Bay. Katchouk made it 3-1 at 11:24 of the third on a 2-0, …

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Sinema speaks out against filibuster reform after House sends voting rights bill to Senate – live | USA News

Kirsten Sinema has indicated – or simply confirmed — that the push by Democrats to change Senate rules to allow voting rights legislation to pass is indeed doomed. In a speech to the Senate delivered shortly before Joe Biden was supposed to arrive on Capitol Hill to try to force …

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Iredell Genealogical Society to Hold Open House at New Location | Local news

The Genealogical Society‘s membership grew to 50 after its first year with interest generated by a series of programs featuring local historian Homer Keever, Mitchell College history professor Louis Brown, professional genealogist Mildred Miller and the natives of Iredell County Frank Gatton, responsible for the local archives. branch of the …

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Gratha Silberstein | Obituaries | Norman transcription

Gratha Jean Silberstein June 25, 1932 – January 9, 2022 Gratha Jean Silberstein, 89, from Norman died Sunday January 9 in Norman. Ms. Silberstein was born on June 6, 1932 in Panther, West Virginia, to Ted Justice and Gredith Lockhart. She left West Virginia at a young age and moved …

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Canada’s Conservative establishment braces for another battle to privatize public health care

To analyse Ready or not, they’re coming through Stephen magusiak, Albertan journalist January 11, 2022 Another debate on the further privatization of Canada’s public health care system looms on the horizon, according to the highest voices on the right. Like Canada’s health care system, already underfunded after decades of right-wing …

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The Cadillac Art Society presents the “Marche de l’art” downtown | News

A sample of works by Cadillac Art Society curator Charlotte Art. Image provided by the Cadillac Art Society CADILLAC – Calling all patrons. This could be an opportunity to finally finish the gallery wall in the living room or to discover a local band. Artists from the community come together …

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Noem announces legislation that would block Action Civics

by: Mitch Klein, Rae Yost Posted: January 10, 2022 / 4:15 PM CST / Update: January 10, 2022 / 4:15 PM CST PIERRE, SD (KELO) – Governor Kristi Noem has released a bill that would block Action Civics as a base for the education of South Dakota students. “Our founding …

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Labor MP says Corbyn defectors face by-election

A Labor MP has responded to rumors that Jeremy Corbyn may be on the verge of starting his own political party – saying MPs joining him would face a by-election. According to reports in The telegraph, the former Labor leader is considering going on his own after privately agreeing that …

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Opinion: Even Canadians fear America’s democracy will end soon

Marche is not the only Canadian worried about the future of its neighbor to the south. Just days before the publication of The March book, political scientist Thomas Homer-Dixon – the executive director of the Cascade Institute, which focuses on ways to deal with threats to society – wrote a …

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Guelph Humane Society’s popular Mr. Potamus finds a new home

One of the Guelph Humane Society‘s most talked about animals in 2021, Peter Potamus, looks warm, cozy, and happy with his new family. One of the Guelph Humane Society‘s most talked about animals in 2021, Peter Potamus, looks warm, cozy, and happy with his new family. The little guy created …

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Dormaahene hails the “Fix The Country Movement”

Osagyefo Oseadeyo Agyeman Badu II, the supreme leader of the traditional zone of Dormaa Osagyefo Oseadeyo Agyeman Badu II, the supreme leader of the traditional Dormaa zone, praised the “mend the country” movement and pledged to support the campaign to obtain the required development benefits in the country. He applauded …

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Supporters of the Albanian opposition clash for party leadership | World news

By LLAZAR SEMINI, Associated Press TIRANA, Albania (AP) – Albanian police intervened on Saturday to drive away protesters who broke into the headquarters of the country’s main opposition party during an internal row over the party’s leadership. Police used a water cannon truck and tear gas, and dozens of officers …

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“Democracy is only possible if every active or concerned citizen is automatically an activist”

In a democracy, there should be no difference between citizens and activists because any active, alert or concerned citizen is automatically an activist. Indeed, each citizen must be aware of what is happening around him, what its impact is and what impact he can have in society. Professor Jagdeep Chokkar, …

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Live news: Argentina’s central bank raises key rate to 40%

What to watch in Asia today William Langley in Hong Kong Hong Kong: A number of public activities will be banned in the territory from today, for at least the next two weeks as Hong Kong prepares for the spread of the Omicron variant. Data: Japan releases monthly consumer spending …

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Annual survey: public confidence in institutions, satisfaction with the state of the country

With Israel adopting a national budget for the first time in two years, putting an end to recurring coalition collapses and repeated elections, confidence in the government has increased only slightly, but overall confidence in the government has risen only slightly. State institutions remain weak, according to an annual survey …

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THE SPECIALTY FOOD ASSOCIATION WELCOMES THE AMERICAN CHEESE SOCIETY AS A SPONSOR OF THE WINTER FANTAISIE 2022 CHEESE PAVILION

Cheese is an integral part of the $ 170.4 billion specialty food industry, according to research from the Specialty Food Association. Tweet this “We are delighted to welcome ACS as a sponsor of the cheese pavilion,” said Bill lynch, president of the SFA. “Cheese is an integral part of $ …

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Dickson, a political strategist, says Diri

Governor Douye Diri Olusegun Samuel in Yenagoa Yesterday, the Governor of Bayelsa State, Senator Douye Diri, looked back on his political journey with his predecessor, Senator Seriake Dickson, and described him as a political strategist. Diri said this when he received the Senator representing the Bayelsa West Senate District in …

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Civic Responsibility Starts With Telling the Truth – The Whole Truth – About Political Violence | News, Sports, Jobs – SANIBEL-CAPTIVA

For the publisher: Recently, the Island Reporter posted a guest comment (“Citizen responsibility in the face of the rise of political violence“) deploring political violence, which the author associates with too many weapons and inflammatory language coming from one end of the political spectrum. To support this conclusion, the author …

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Three reasons Bukayo Saka would never leave Arsenal for Liverpool

Bukayo Saka is not leaving Arsenal for Liverpool. Not in a million years, says @ laythy29 It must be that time of year again. You know, in this day and age when people start talking about player moves that are just never going to happen. Otherwise known as the January …

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Can Society Pass Inc (SOPA) stock reach tech industry top on Monday?

Society Pass Inc (SOPA) is near the bottom of its sector according to Investors Observer. SOPA gets an overall rating of 17. This means that it scores over 17% of stocks. Society Pass Inc obtains a 3 rank in the technology sector. Technology is number 6 out of 11 sectors. …

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Claire Nelson obituary (2022) – Livermore, CA

Claire NelsonMay 8, 1932 – October 16, 2021Resident of Livermore, CaliforniaRachael Claire Ensign Nelson, 89, died on October 16, 2021 at the home surrounded by her family. A resident of Livermore, California for over 60 years, Claire was born and raised in Topeka, Kansas. After graduating from Topeka High School, …

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As 2022 begins, don’t be fooled that an epistemic shift is underway

This article first appeared on The India Cable – a premium newsletter from The Wire & Galileo Ideas – and has been republished here. To subscribe to The India Cable, click here. This rather charged moment in contemporary Indian history elicits two differentiated observations on the part of informed commentators. …

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America’s Democracy Has Its Hands Full This Year

This New Year has its work cut out for it. 2021 recklessly postponed to 2022 a set of crucial unanswered questions that make it difficult to tell whether America’s glass is half full or half empty. The next 12 months are indeed loaded with starting to provide answers. At present, …

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PRESENTATION: how six big bosses of the construction company make a fortune

Although their numbers have declined over the years, mortgage lenders remain a powerful force in the savings market. With branches often located in communities that banks have long deserted and savings rates generally (not always) higher than those offered by banks, they remain popular, especially among older savers. Given their …

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Rights the Blue States could lose if the GOP returns to power

Here is a national fetal rights policy! Photo: Alex Wong / Getty Images Right now, the two main parties in the United States are polarized on the role of the federal government. Democrats, as has generally been the case since the civil rights era, favor federal activism to establish certain …

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Memphis vs Wichita State Prediction, Pick, Odds, Broadcast, Live Stream, Watch Online, TV Channel

The AAC game is only just beginning, but the stakes are already high for Memphis (6-5, 0-1 AAC)) and Wichita State (9-3) as the two prepare to face off at noon ET on Saturday on CBS. The two were among three AAC teams that won NCAA tournament nominations last season, …

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How Japan sees China | The Economist

TIT FIRST reliable records from an official Japanese mission to China date to 238A D, when Himiko, a Japanese queen, sent a delegation to the Wei Kingdom in China, offering as a tribute ten slaves and two 20-foot-long textiles. In the 7th century, the Yamato, a clan that ruled much …

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The Italo-American Police Officers Society of NJ hosts a party for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of North Jersey

MORRIS COUNTY – The NJ Italian-American Police Society hosted a Christmas party for hundreds of Big Brothers and Big Sisters children and volunteers in northern New Jersey at the Parsippany Police Athletic League. Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus joined officers in providing toys, gifts, pizzas and gift cards to children …

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10 years later, a journalist looks back at the impact of Occupy Wall Street – J.

It has been a little over a decade since the dissolution of the Zuccotti Park encampment in Lower Manhattan, the flagship of the Occupy Wall Street movement. This means that it has been 10 years since expressions like “the 1%” entered American political language and that a new generation of …

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The 6 weirdest conspiracy theories invented this year

In 2021, lawmakers, QAnon devotees, online terminals and many more have concocted or helped disseminate many conspiracy theories. Ranging from the weird to the unproven, there are plenty of people who have invented conspiracy theories to explain some of the major events that have happened this year. So to help …

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Jordanian lawmakers trade punches in parliament amid heated discussion on women’s rights

By Céline Alkhaldi, CNN Chaos erupted in Jordan’s parliament on Tuesday as lawmakers threw their punches at each other after discussion of a constitutional amendment that would grant more rights to women heated up. Video of the event shows a handful of lawmakers in a physical altercation, fighting and threatening …

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Humane Society Receives $ 2,500 Grant | Local

The Huntingdon County Humane Society on Tuesday received a grant of $ 2,500 from Kinetic by Windstream which will be used for technological improvements at the shelter. Kinetic by Windstream is a communications provider working to improve fiber optic networks in rural areas of 18 states. Huntingdon County Commissioners applied …

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Our 12 most read travel articles in 2021

This year, like the previous one, was eventful to say the least. In the midst of ups and downs, National Geographic traveler (UK) and National Geographic Traveler’s Food (UK) have continued to bring travel stories and culinary inspiration to our dedicated readers. You’ve visited our website in record numbers, especially …

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Mark Drakeford is “fully paid leftist busy,” says William Hague

The Premier of Wales is a “busy paid man” according to former Tory leader William Hague. Lord Hague entered Parliament as a Member of Parliament for Richmond in North Yorkshire in 1989 and was Welsh Secretary from 1995 to 1997, during John Major’s tenure as Prime Minister. He was leader …

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West Ham predicted the starting XI against Watford on Tuesday

West Ham are expected to make a handful of changes as they look to get back to winning ways against Watford on Tuesday afternoon. David Moyes’ side suffered a fourth loss in five games on Boxing Day against Southampton, and now travel just out of London to face relegation to …

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Bob Moses: a civil rights leader with a second act

Ironically, Moses didn’t even take part in the historic 1960’s meal-bar sit-ins that led to the creation of the SNCC. He read about them in the newspaper in his Harlem apartment. But he was inspired by the courage and eagerness shown by the students, barely a few years younger than …

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A year ago, Fox News was considering a breakup with Trump. 2021 changed those plans.

News headlines on Donald Trump’s impeachment trial are displayed outside Fox headquarters on February 9, 2021, in New York City. (Spencer Platt / Getty Images / TNS) In the weeks leading up to the 2020 election, as Fox News executives and luminaries accepted its possible outcome, some began to see …

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Wife of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones arrested on Christmas Eve | US News

The wife of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones was arrested on Christmas Eve on a charge of domestic violence which the right-wing provocateur said resulted from a “drug imbalance”. Sheriff’s deputies booked Erika Wulff Jones into an Austin jail around 8:45 p.m. Friday. Prison records showed the 43-year-old was facing charges …

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SOCIETY: ART IN A BOTTLE – Journal

Azeemi painting a portrait | Photos of the writer “It’s not easy to paint by twisting a brush inside the bottle,” says Babar Azeemi, 43, his silver hair contrasting sharply with his black T-shirt. “I have to keep my hand steady because there is no possibility of erasing the inside …

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Chronicles of the Punjab: high confidence, echo of activism but no direct political beneficiary

The jubilation may be ebbing, but the farm laws, the turmoil they sparked, and their withdrawal more than a year later have sparked an air of confidence in the state’s Jat community. Sentiment may not align with the overall economic situation in Punjab. Yet the peasantry, from marginal farmers to …

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Candace Owens shames Meghan McCain, deflects criticism of Trump interview

Anearly being widely mocked for his repeated and unsuccessful attempts to get former President Donald Trump to accept his position against the COVID-19 vaccine, Candace Owens hit the absolute lowest fruit and attacked Meghan McCain over her weight and “obesity”. It was a deflection tactic that even Trump could be …

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Helping Hands Humane Society hopes to raise $ 40,000 for new addition

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) -Helping Hands is launching a new campaign that they believe will greatly benefit the animals at the shelter. “We are also building two isolation rooms for the shelter while it is in this remodeling area that these isolation spaces are going to help us. For the dogs, …

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Lancaster County elected officials must condemn three percent movement and other dangerous extremists [editorial] | Our opinion

THE PROBLEM “Members of a militia movement that views the US government as tyrannical and promises to oppose it by force of arms, if necessary,” met on December 11 at a Lancaster County restaurant in full view of other patrons , according to witnesses, LNP | LancasterOnline’s Carter Walker reported …

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West Virginia Governor Jim Justice Won’t “Put Up” to Slamming Joe Manchin Critics

West Virginia Governor Jim Justice responded Wednesday on Fox News Primetime to the attacks on his state and its Senior Senator, Joe Manchin. Justice, a Republican who switched from Democratic affiliation to former President Trump in 2017, also said the party he was once a member of looked very different …

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Medical Society of New Jersey Appoints Bengal Director of Government Relations

Joshua Bengal has been selected to serve as the primary contact person in Trenton for the nation’s oldest professional society. On December 21, the Medical Society of New Jersey – founded in 1766 – announced Bengal’s appointment as director of government relations and staff advisor, where he will be in …

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CAIR says second ‘spy’ for anti-Muslim group has come forward

A week after the dismissal of the executive director of the Ohio branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) for spying on the organization of an anti-Muslim group, the CAIR national office announced on Tuesday via its Twitter account that a second “spy” had been identified. The second anonymous …

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far-right protesters oppose COVID workplace passes

BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) – Hundreds of far-right protesters gathered in Romania’s capital Bucharest on Tuesday to oppose a bill that would introduce ‘green certificates’ to workplaces, which , officials say, will limit the spread of coronavirus infections and prevent another collapse of the country’s healthcare system. Romania, a European Union …

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Ludhiana | Retired co-op secretary wanted for embezzlement of 12.57 crore said PO

The court declared Jagdev Singh, retired secretary of the Butahari agricultural cooperative, declared offender; the accused, wanted for embezzlement ??12.57 crore, is on the run A retired secretary of the Butahari Multipurpose Agricultural Cooperative Society has been declared an offender by the court for embezzlement ??12.57 crores. Defendant Jagdev Singh …

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Black Women Tell the Truth About Corporate ‘Charities’, Ending Inequalities

I have been studying black philanthropy and fundraising since about the start of the pandemic and my research has led me to black pioneers like educator and civil rights activist Jean E. Fairfax and entrepreneur Madame CJ Walker. Their work serves as a role model for marginalized people seeking to …

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Ups and downs in loan life for Norwich City exports

Norwich City Loan Manager Andrew Hughes currently has 16 players to watch and coach, having succeeded Neil Adams in that role earlier this season. Promotion hopes, relegation worries, injury frustration and Covid-19 worries are all on the table as lenders try to improve their career prospects after being cleared from …

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Faribault County Humane Society has a forever home | News, Sports, Jobs

The Faribault County Humane Society (FCHS) has been looking for a new facility for years. Finally, they found a suitable building, located in the West Blue Earth Industrial Park, top right. FCHS President Debby Johnson, pictured above, left, with volunteer Kiera Meyer, couldn’t be more excited about the impending relocation. …

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When the news sensationalizes crime | Special report

VSThe glut of criminal stories related to gender-based violence has long been watched by independent observers, watchdogs and organizations working on gender issues. There is an ongoing struggle to make journalists understand the sensitivity required in covering sexist incidents. Things have improved slightly, so there is still a long way …

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Ireland still shows concern for the oppressed

As our second Covid Christmas approaches, it’s important to remember that while it is tough in Ireland, it has become almost unbearable in many parts of the world. And it’s not just because of the pandemic. Combination of Covid, climate change, conflict and rising food costs is drivingmillions of people …

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Mark Meadows was at the center of the storm on January 6. But only Trump could cancel it | Marc des meadows

On the morning of December 29, eight days before hundreds of Trump supporters and far-right extremists stormed the United States Capitol in arguably worst national attack on American democracy since the war Civilian, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows sent an email to the justice department chief. It was …

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NWA Jazz Society Announces Audition Dates for the Jazz All-Stars Youth Ensemble

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA / KFTA) – The Northwest Arkansas Jazz Society announced in a Friday, December 17 press release their audition dates for the sixth season of their Jazz All-Stars Youth Ensemble. Selected high school students will rehearse on Sundays throughout the spring in alternate venues while studying jazz techniques …

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The author and activist of the Bell Hooks is remembered for his important works

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other Opinion content provide perspectives on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom journalists. bell hooks The iconic black feminist author, teacher and activist has joined the ancestors. As scholars and teachers of Black Studies, we are grateful …

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House GOP leader tries to focus on unity, as members swap beards: NPR

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., Is on track to be elected Speaker of the House if the GOP gains control of the House. He worked behind the scenes to ease tensions within the House GOP conference. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images hide caption toggle legend Chip Somodevilla / Getty …

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Decorative concrete volunteer work done for the Durfee Innovation Society

Life Remodeled, a non-profit organization based in Detriot, Mich., Remodeled and transformed the former Durfee Elementary and Middle School into the Durfee Innovation Society. Volunteers from the Decorative Concrete Council and the Manufacturers Advisory Council of the American Society of Concrete Contractors completed an epoxy flooring project over the building’s …

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A plan for grassroots climate activism

Until a few years ago, climate change had never crossed my mind. Growing up in Texas, the subject was not brought up in school, in the local news, or in conversations. Now, rarely a day goes by that I don’t think about this looming threat to our way of life …

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Brazil: police search the home of the likely presidential candidate

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) – Brazilian Federal Police on Wednesday raided the home of Ciro Gomes, a leftist politician who is due to run for president next year, as part of a corruption probe into work on a World Cup stadium in the northeast of Fortaleza. . On his official …

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Right-wing group Turning Point USA’s attempt to open at Taft High School in Chicago rejected

Chicago public school high school administrators shot down an attempt by a right-wing group to form a chapter on the Northwest Side campus of an “organization promoting racial intolerance.” Meanwhile, Chicago Police said they were investigating a social media post by a longtime CPD sergeant praising the students’ supposed efforts …

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Schools should continue to hide mandates, says Greene Co. Medical Society

Greene County medical experts continue to endorse masking in schools, again backing advice from national health groups after the Missouri attorney general ordered districts to drop their warrants last week. The Greene County Medical Society, in a statement on Monday, said it was “fully in favor” of recommendations for universal …

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CIRCLE survey shows media creation fosters trust and civic engagement in adolescents

A to study through Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement at Tisch College (CIRCLE) examined how adolescents under the voting age engage in social media in a way that encourages political engagement and activism. The survey, conducted from September to November 2020 and published in October …

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Pac-12 comeback: Oregon hires Dan Lanning, Justin Wilcox decision, USC decision and more

Recap of a busy weekend on and off the pitch and the court … Story of the week I: Oregon hires Dan Lanning The Ducks found a replacement for Mario Cristobal in just five days, hiring Georgia defensive coordinator Dan Lanning. The 35-year-old was one of the most prominent coordinators …

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Cape Breton real estate developer accused of extortion

For two decades Frank Eckhardt worked to build a rural and self-sufficient utopia in the wooded hills of Cape Breton and encouraged other German-speaking immigrants to leave the motherland and join it. But according to the Nova Scotia RMCP, Eckhardt may have gone too far with some of his clients …

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Falcon Society launches premium NFT line based in UAE

The goal of this month’s launch is to give birth to the UAE’s ecosystem of the future. ABOU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, December 12, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The Falcon Society is pleased to announce the launch of its UAE-based premium NFT range, which is slated for release this month. The …

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SONDERMANN | despicable Colorado division duo | Chroniclers

Eric Sondermann They couldn’t be more different. Their views have nothing in common. Ditto for their constituencies. Yet in many ways Lauren Boebert and Tay Anderson are similar figures with a common approach to politics. By looking in the mirror, each one might well see the reflection of the other. …

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The prison system plays a vital role in society | News, Sports, Jobs

Some criminals never feel remorse for their crimes. They continue to harbor as much anger, hatred, resentment and disregard for the well-being and rights of others as they did when they committed the offenses which resulted in their imprisonment in a prison of county, state prison, or federal penitentiary. However, …

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Opposition view: the inside line on Doncaster Rovers Shrewsbury Town’s next opponents

Shrewsbury’s Daniel Udoh has been nominated for November League One Player of the Month But the Shrews appear to be on the rise, having lost just one of their last five Ligue 1 games, ahead of Wednesday night’s visit to Wigan Athletic. We spoke to Shropshire Star writer Shrewsbury Lewis …

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Biden presidency “weakened” by the progressive wing of the Democratic Party: David Ignatius of the Washington Post

Washington Post columnist David Ignatius joined “The Brian Kilmeade ShowThursday to discuss Vladimir Putin’s ‘real recklessness’, China’s potential isolation, and how the Biden presidency has been unsettled by far-left policies. DAVID IGNATIUS: “Hope you’re not dreaming “- you said it right. That’s kind of exactly the way I see it. …

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Polish President calls for solidarity with Belarusian society – The First News

Before his speech, Duda listened to Joe Biden’s speech with Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tsikhanouskaya. Eliza Radzikowska-Białobrzewska / KPRP Andrzej Duda, Polish President, appealed for international solidarity with Belarusian society at the Online Democracy Summit hosted by his US counterpart Joe Biden. The Thursday-Friday summit aims to prevent the erosion …

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Hong Kong activists in exile call for boycott of “patriots only” polls

Prominent Hong Kong Democratic activists who have fled overseas are calling on residents to boycott upcoming legislative polls, defying a new law that criminalizes incitement – even for those based overseas. Hong Kong’s political elite will select a 90-seat legislative body on December 19 as part of a new “patriots-only” …

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Guatemalan President says he has had no direct contact with the White House since Border Tsar Harris’ June meeting

EXCLUSIVE: Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei told Fox News‘s John Roberts in an exclusive interview Wednesday that he had not spoken with the White House since Vice President Kamala Harris, the border tsar of the Biden administration, the had met in Guatemala City over the summer. Giammattei said there was “a …

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Meghan McCain suggests Fox Christmas tree arson is worse than GOP’s assault on democracy

Meghan McCain, a former host of longtime ABC talk show “The View”, gets rummaged in the mud over a now deleted Wednesday tweet comparing GOP right-wing extremism to ” fools “who allegedly set the Fox News Christmas tree on fire. “I don’t want to hear anything about how radical some …

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Howard County Autism Society new logo unveiled

HOWARD COUNTY, MD – A new brand has been unveiled for the Howard County Autism Society as it joins the Autism Society of America, its parent organization. The new wire logo serves as a symbol for community, strength, equality, diversity, pathways and connection. The unique threads of the Autism Society …

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A Nobel for journalists: what does it mean?

In 1935, journalists were writing on typewriters and their stories were written in lead type. Breaking news meant printing a newspaper in the afternoon, but many reporters were learning the format of this exciting new platform called radio. In 1935, it was also the last time that a journalist won …

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The 3rd Austrian leader in 2 months takes office in search of stability

VIENNA – Austria’s third conservative chancellor in two months, Karl Nehammer, took office on Monday with the aim of pulling the coalition government out of months of scandal-infested unrest and guiding the country out of its current coronavirus lockdown. Nehammer, 49, was sworn in to President Alexander Van der Bellen …

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Prime Minister accused of ‘lack of leadership’ after George Christensen calls for embassy protests against COVID-19 restrictions

The acting Nationals chief has said party backbench MP George Christensen should be sentenced for supporting comments comparing Australia’s COVID-19 health measures to Auschwitz and the Tiananmen Square massacre. Key points: Federal Labor Party called on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to put the brakes on George Christensen Mr Christensen urged …

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The Jacksonville Historical Society’s Gingerbread Show is now on display

Blame the Stewart family’s candy creation at the 19th Annual Gingerbread Extravaganza on a TV show the whole family watches, says her 10-year-old daughter Magnolia. Specifically, blame the “LEGO Masters” of the Fox Network, where teams build towering and intricate sculptures from interlocking plastic blocks. This is where her Westside …

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Seattle Kraken players watch from the seats of the Climate Pledge Arena, in attendance for the Battle of Seattle | Gonzaga University

Sporting a red beanie and giving off more energy than his entire row put together, Branon Tanev – or Turbo as he’s so aptly nicknamed – was present for the “battle in Seattle” between No.3 Gonzaga and No.16 of the ‘Alabama at the Climate Pledge Arena. Tanev, the Seattle Kraken’s …

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Column: Biden Democracy Summit Must Consider America’s Setback at Home | Opinion

No one claims that democracy is perfect or full of wisdom, “said Winston Churchill in 1947, leading to one of his most famous aphorisms:” Democracy is the worst form of government except for all these other forms which have been tried from time to time. time.” Churchill was understandably upset, …

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Pin-up calendar to raise funds for the Cancer Society

ELLSWORTH – On November 7, thirteen local women, three stylists and a photographer came together to recreate a 1950s pin-up-style calendar to benefit the American Cancer Society. Amanda Clark of Dot’s Photography, along with Brandy Marchetti and Jaimie Paige, organized the dresses, hairstyles and makeup for each model of the …

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Six refugees obtained visas in Australia but the ordeal is far from over | Human rights news

Six other refugees in Australia have been granted visas and released from immigrant detention, giving them temporary freedom as they struggle to stay or seek a more permanent home in a third country. The Home Office has granted visas to the six men, five of whom were held in a …

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Right-wing activists openly “arm” Twitter’s new private media policy

By Brian Fung, CNN Business Twitter acknowledged on Friday that a new policy it unveiled this week to protect users from harassment is being abused by malicious actors – days after journalists, left-wing activists and self-proclaimed “sedition hunters” took off. reported that their accounts had been locked for public sharing. …

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The 10 best shows in the EU of 2021

As further closures loom in Austria, the Netherlands and Germany, now is the time to celebrate some of the artists and institutions who, despite the enormous challenges they face, have managed to put on some hard-hitting exhibitions in 2021. Some of them, like “Barzakh” by Lydia Ourahmane and that of …

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The Con Brio Choral Society will perform Three Centuries of Gloria

In their 25th anniversary Christmas concert, the Con Brio Choral Society will perform Glorias that span three centuries: Mass in B minor, completed in 1748 during the Baroque period, a Gloria by Rossini Small Solemn Mass, written in 1863, during the Romantic period and the contemporary Rutter Gloria, composed in …

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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence: MEPs want more than a ‘crazy exercise’

MEPs questioned the usefulness of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign. Opposition MPs criticized the government, pointing to recent statistics on sexual violence crime. Some ANC MPs complained that the opposition was “politicizing” the debate. As the National Assembly debated on Thursday 16 days of activism against …

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Liberals thank Tories for defending conversion therapy ban when passed in House – Prince Rupert Northern View

Canada’s House of Commons erupted into a scene of cross-party cheers and hugs on Wednesday as MPs unanimously passed a motion brought forward by a Conservative MP to speed up passage of a bill from the Liberal government banning conversion therapy for LGBTQ Canadians. The bill, introduced earlier in the …

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YCS DAO, renamed from Yakuza Cats Society, launches 4

SINGAPORE, December 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The creation of 8,930 unique Yakuza cats for 0.0893 ETH each was the genesis of YCS DAO. The project used its unique concept of character orientation from Japanese art and encouraged users with early role-playing activity, which was an unequivocal attraction for the …

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Viewers are back for the first time in months, activists take to the skies – NBC4 Washington

On Tuesday evening, Loudoun County Public Schools will welcome spectators to a school board meeting for the first time since the noisy outbreak in June, when a meeting on a policy on transgender students was closed and evacuated and that a man was arrested. Among the community members who should …

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Labor reshuffle is ‘movement towards voters’, says Wes Streeting | Workforce

New Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting said he would bring a “reformist mindset” to the post, and called Keir Starmer’s reshuffle “a move towards voters,” amid fears among the deputies of the left that it marks a turn to the right. Disgruntled backbench MPs have complained that Starmer’s leadership has …

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Éric Zemmour, far-right expert, formalizes the French presidential election

His latest book, “France has not yet said its last word”, which he released in September on the occasion of his unofficial entry into the presidential race, has sold over 250,000 copies. But some of her books contained inflammatory statements about women and minorities, as well as historical inaccuracies as …

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Torrington Historical Society holding program on the old guitar factory

TORRINGTON – Many people don’t know Torrington’s connection to guitar history, according to the Torrington Historical Society. The first guitar factory in the United States was located in Torrington and will be the subject of a free virtual program hosted by the society at 6:30 p.m. on December 1 by …

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Concerns about religious freedom in the United States

Currently, no Catholic doctor can be compelled to perform gender transition surgery, and Catholic hospitals can refuse requests for a gender reassignment from a transgender person. They are also not obliged to perform abortions or hire abortion doctors. The Biden administration wants to change all of that. The attack comes …

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The Guardian’s take on Josephine Baker: a welcome addition to the Pantheon | Editorial

AAbove the columns of the portico of the Pantheon in Paris, completed the year following the storming of the Bastille, a solemn inscription reads: “To the great men of a grateful nation”. Well over 200 years later, the famous mausoleum remains mainly the resting place of the male heroes of …

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The Guelph Humane Society honors pets after they die, while shining it forward

Guelph – A recently revived program at the Guelph Humane Society offers pet owners a unique way to remember their pet after it passes away, while giving back. Shannon Kornelsen vividly remembers the day she walked into the facility and saw the kitten that captured her heart. “It’s etched in …

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Heika’s Take: with each victory, the confidence of the Stars grows

DALLAS – Particularly insightful were the two bookends of the Stars’ 3-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche on Friday night. On the one hand you had a 37 year old striker Joe pavelski scoring his 399th and 400th regular season goals of his NHL career in 19 seconds in the …

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European protests only prolong COVID

As protests of the COVID protocol multiply in Europe, the deadly coronavirus itself is doing the same. Several governments in the once – and now present – epicenter of the pandemic have taken harsh but necessary steps to stem what German Chancellor Angela Merkel calls a “highly dramatic” situation (an …

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African American Heritage Society purchases Merrill-Williams House

The historic Merrill-Williams House at the intersection of Natchez and Fowlkes streets is officially owned by the African American Heritage Society of Williamson County. The organization held a closing celebration on November 12, closing a chapter of fundraising and advocacy on the role of the home as an integral part …

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MS NAACP Rewards Forrest County Members For Community Activism

Four members of the Forrest County branch of NAACP # 5291 received three awards at the Mississippi State NAACP convention held virtually November 11-13. The convention presents five prestigious annual awards. Vernon Dahmer Award The Vernon Dahmer Award, presented to the person or people who have made the most contributions …

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Ian Curteis obituary | BBC

Ian Curteis, who died at the age of 86, was a television playwright of some distinction who launched the charge of left bias against the BBC long before it was fashionable to do so. when his documentary drama The Falklands Play, which the company commissioned in 1983, was postponed, then …

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No surprises as Judith Collins crashes and burns as national leader | Tim watkin

ohOn Wednesday morning, the most vicious thing the New Zealand opposition party has faced was the television appearance of former leader Simon Bridges, grinning like a Cheshire cat, declaring he didn ‘t had no intention of challenging Judith Collins for leadership. Within 24 hours, the National Party became a mess. …

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