Following Goa Congress complaint, the Election Commission of India directed the State government to defer payment of the second installment of ₹9.24 crores towards compensation for land acquisition, to Vedanta real estate developers, a company belonging to BJP’s candidate in Shiroda assembly by-poll during the model code of conduct. Mr. Shirodkar had resigned as Congress MLA from Shiroda along with another MLA Daynanad Sopte in October last year and switched over to BJP inviting by-elections in these constituencies. Already Mr. Shirodkar along with Goa State Chief Secretary is facing a complaint with the Lokayukta on alleging scam in a land acquisition deal in Shiroda by the State government. Late Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar who had sanctioned the land deal also has been made part of the complaint
World number one Novak Djokovic suffered a shock 6-4, 6-4 loss to Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut in the Shanghai Masters semi-finals on Saturday.Serbian Djokovic, 12-times grand slam champion, made 29 unforced errors against the 15th seed and converted just two of nine break points.He saved three match points before Bautista Agut broke his serve for the fourth time to wrap up victory in one hour 48 minutes.Bautista Agut, who beat Djokovic for the first time in six attempts, will face world number two Andy Murray or France’s Gilles Simon in the final on Sunday.
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COLLEGE PARK, MD – NOVEMBER 17: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes reacts after a play against the Maryland Terrapins during the second half at Capital One Field on November 17, 2018 in College Park, Maryland. (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images)Earlier this week, Ohio State held a press conference to announce head football coach Urban Meyer will retire following the team’s Rose Bowl game against Washington. Former offensive coordinator Ryan Day will take over as the team’s new head coach entering the 2019 season.Immediately following the news, Meyer’s former players and Buckeyes fans around the country flooded social media with messages for the head coach. While most were positive, there remains a question about Meyer’s legacy at Ohio State following his three-game suspension from earlier in the season.Ohio State suspended Meyer after Brett McMurphy reported the coach failed to remove Zach Smith from his coaching staff despite claims of abuse by Smith’s wife. Meyer had a combative relationship with the media leading up to the suspension.On Wednesday morning, Dan Le Batard revealed he and Meyer shared the same agent – though that agent bailed on Meyer when the Ohio State coach failed to heed his advice.“During that mess, my agent bailed — my agent got out of that because he wasn’t taking advice. He was just doing the same thing he always does — being smug, arrogant Urban Meyer. He got into this mess because he taunted the media with arrogance about that entire incident. That’s how it started, and people started following up.”Clearly a divide developed between Meyer and former agent Trace Armstrong. Regardless, Meyer leaves Ohio State as one of the most-accomplished coaches in college football.The impact of the Zach Smith saga on his legacy remains to be seen.[The Big Lead]
Bog Walk High School in St. Catherine has been renamed the Enid Bennett High School in honour of the late former State Minister and daughter of the parish, who was instrumental in the establishment of the institution.Ms. Bennett played a key role in securing the funds and land for the construction of the school, along with Tacius Golding High School and Lucky Valley Primary School in the 1970s under the ‘New Deal in Education’ project.Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, in his address at the renaming ceremony on the grounds of the institution on Tuesday (June 19), hailed Ms. Bennett as an exceptional servant of the people.“She had an outstanding record in community service and in (her) political life… and, therefore, this is a fitting opportunity for us to recognise her contribution to the nation,” he said.He added that “it is delightful because not only do we have an opportunity to recognise the role played by a humble Jamaican who was passionate about the welfare of the less privileged in society but also to celebrate the significant growth and progress of this school since its founding in the 1970s”.Principal, Patrick Phillips, said the school board, administration, teachers, students and other stakeholders welcome the name change.He informed that the uniform for the fifth-form students will be changed at the start of the upcoming new school year.“Ordinarily, the students who are moving from grade 10 to grade 11 would not change uniform; however, with the new name, we have to have a new look, so we are going to change the uniform,” Mr. Phillips said.Ms. Bennett’s grand-niece, Belinda-Gae Orrett, thanked the Government and the school’s administration, noting that “we the members of her family accept this honour with pride and humility”.She said that one of her late grand-aunt’s proudest achievements was her role in the establishment of the school “to give the children a ladder whereby they can climb out of poverty. We are happy that her work has been recognised. We are happy because it means her sterling service will never be forgotten”.Enid Bennett was born in Linstead on May 18, 1931. She started her education at Linstead Primary School and later attended St. Helen Commercial School, where she qualified as a stenographer.She was elected Councillor for the Sligoville division and later Member of Parliament for Central St. Catherine, before moving to represent St. Catherine West Central.She served as Minister of State in the Ministry of Local Government between 1980 and 1982, and Minister of State in the Ministry of Labour and Social Security between 1982 and 1989. She was awarded the country’s fourth-highest honour, the Order of Jamaica, in 2012.Ms. Bennett is hailed as a trailblazing politician, serving as Member of Parliament for 30 continuous years until her retirement in 1997 and setting a record as a female legislator in the House of Representatives.Throughout her years of service in politics, she aimed to transform the lives of citizens and was instrumental in establishing community centres in Buxton Town and Point Hill, improving the West Central St. Catherine road network and bringing electricity to several communities in the constituency.Ms. Bennett died on December 22, 2017 at age 86 after a brief illness.Bog Walk Junior Secondary first opened its doors on September 14, 1971 to 680 students, 16 teachers, three administrative staff members and seven ancillary staff workers. The school’s name has changed over the years to Bog Walk Secondary School, Bog Walk Comprehensive High School and Bog Walk High School. Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, in his address at the renaming ceremony on the grounds of the institution on Tuesday (June 19), hailed Ms. Bennett as an exceptional servant of the people. Ms. Bennett played a key role in securing the funds and land for the construction of the school, along with Tacius Golding High School and Lucky Valley Primary School in the 1970s under the ‘New Deal in Education’ project. Bog Walk High School in St. Catherine has been renamed the Enid Bennett High School in honour of the late former State Minister and daughter of the parish, who was instrumental in the establishment of the institution. Story Highlights
Join Nordoff Robbins music therapy charity on the 1st July for the premiere of Status Quo’s new film ‘BULA QUO!’ in aid of Nordoff Robbins and the James Whale Fund for Kidney Cancer, at the Odeon Cinema, Leicester Square, London.Status Quo’s frontmen, Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt, move from gold discs to the silver screen as they take the lead roles in their very first feature film which is set to hit cinemas screens across the UK on 5th July. An action-comedy caper directed by Stuart St. Paul, with its tongue firmly in its cheek and a great cast including Laura Aikman, Craig Fairbrass, American stand-up comic Jon Lovitz and of course, the rest of Quo – Andrew Bown, John ‘Rhino’ Edwards and Matthew Letley.Set against the beautiful, lush and tropical backdrop of Fiji, ‘BULA QUO!’ sees the rock legends caught up in a game of cat and mouse after they unwittingly stumble across an illegal gambling den. Witnessing the murder of the latest luckless victim of the gang’s favourite pastime, Russian Roulette, the band flee the scene clutching the only evidence that can bring the bad guys down. As the local ‘godfather’ bays for their blood, can their luck hold out? In true James Bond style, with the help of sea-planes, speed boats, jet skis, golf carts and scuba gear, ‘BULA QUO!’ follows Status Quo and their entourage as they attempt evade capture, stay alive and escape paradise unscathed.Get your tickets today.Ticket Price: £30 Date: Monday 1st July 2013 Where: Odeon Cinema, 40 Leicester Square, LONDON, WC2H Time: Doors open at 6:45pm. Film commences at 7:45pm Dress code: Loud and tropicalSource:Nordoff Robbins
NEW DELHI – India signed a $5 billion deal to buy five Russian S-400 air defence systems on Friday despite a looming threat of U.S. sanctions on countries that trade with Russia’s defence and intelligence sectors.The deal was signed in New Delhi during a visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss nuclear energy, space exploration and trade.India has requested that the U.S. grant it a waiver for the deal from sanctions prescribed by the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, a U.S. law passed in August 2017 that is intended to punish Russia for its annexation of Crimea and alleged interference in the 2016 U.S. elections.The U.S. did not spare China from sanctions last month for purchasing its own Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile systems and fighter jets.If the U.S. does impose sanctions on India, it is unclear how India could pay Russia for the military equipment, since the law bars dollar-denominated financial transactions.Vladimir Sotnikov, a foreign affairs expert at an independent research institute in Moscow, believes India could make the payment in a mixture of rupees and dollars to try to circumvent the sanctions.“I do not think that India would succumb to U.S. pressure over the purchasing of the armaments from Russia,” he said. “India has a very sophisticated policy of separating the relationship between India and the U.S. and India and the Russian Federation. And India is in a good negotiating position right now.”The National Security Council at the White House said in a statement that the Trump administration urges all “of our allies and partners to forgo transactions with Russia that would trigger sanctions” under the act, known as CAATSA.“The administration has indicated that a focus area for the implementation of CAATSA Section 231 is new or qualitative upgrades in capability – including the S-400 air and missile defence system. Our recent action to sanction a Chinese government entity for an S-400 delivery underscores the seriousness of our resolve on this issue.”Officials with India’s external affairs and defence ministries confirmed the deal was signed after Putin and Modi made no reference to it during a news conference following their talks.An 11-page joint statement made only passing mention, saying that “the two sides welcomed the conclusion of the contract.”The deal will likely bolster the close relationship between India and Russia that dates back to the Cold War, when the U.S. tilted toward Pakistan, India’s neighbour and archrival. But it is also likely to strain ties with Washington.India is the world’s largest importer of military hardware, according to Mumbai-based think-tank Gateway House, and has depended on Russia for political support as well as billions of dollars in military hardware. Nearly 70 per cent of India’s present-day defence equipment was procured from Russia, according to India’s Defence Ministry.India’s acquisition of the S-400 long-range missile systems has been considered critical to countering a perceived threat from China, which is increasingly making economic inroads throughout South Asia, India’s traditional sphere of influence, according to military experts.“It gives the capability to destroy targets inside another country. It’s a very important capability,” said retired Indian air force Air Marshal Nirdosh Tyagi.India has also developed closer defence ties to the U.S. in recent years with joint military drills and defence sales.India has signed more than $15 billion in U.S. defence contracts since 2008, including for C-130J and C-17 transport aircraft, P-8I maritime patrol aircraft, Harpoon missiles and Apache and Chinook helicopters.___Associated Press writer Deb Riechmann in Washington, DC, contributed to this report.
Some clauses of the 20th Amendment to the Constitution will require a referendum and 2/3rd majority in Parliament, the Supreme Court has determined.The determination of the court was presented to Parliament today. The 20th Amendment to the Constitution was presented to Parliament by the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP).
Royal Bank CEO’s pay rises one per cent to $12.7 million last year TORONTO – Royal Bank (TSX:RY) chief executive Gord Nixon received a pay increase of about one per cent in 2013, his last full year in the top job at the bank.Nixon was paid $12.7 million last year, up from the $12.6 million what he made in 2012.The details of key executive’s pay were outlined bank’s annual disclosure released Friday.Overall, Royal Bank’s top-five executive leadership received a seven per cent increase in compensation to nearly $47.7 million.The bank earned a record $8.4 billion for the year, an increase of 12 per cent over 2012, as it improved results in its retail banking operations, wealth management and capital markets divisions.Nixon retires on Aug. 1 when he hands over the chief executive mantle to Dave McKay, the bank’s head of personal and commercial banking.Royal Bank’s management proxy circular showed Nixon’s base salary held steady at $1.5 million for the year, the same as 2012.He also received $1.65 million in stock- and option-based awards, a $2.93-million cash bonus and another $6.65 million in share-based awards and other compensation.That compared with $1.65 in stock- and option-based award, a cash bonus of $2.85 million and $6.65 million in share-based awards and other compensation in 2012.The value of Nixon’s pension earned for 2013 was $1.3 million, up from nearly $1.1 million in 2012.Of the other executives, chief financial officer Janice Fukakusa received the biggest pay increase of 19 per cent to $5.6 million. by The Canadian Press Posted Jan 31, 2014 11:15 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Brock University is taking a proactive approach to ensure students are prepared when it comes time to repay their school loans.A representative from the National Student Loan Service Centre (NSLSC), through which all Canadian student loans are repaid, will be on campus Monday, March 27 to answer questions about the repayment process.The informal information session will take place at a booth set up in Market Hall from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be one-on-one availability to discuss individual situations.“It’s directed toward graduating students, but the representative can answer questions regarding all student loans,” said Patti Latham-Malton, Brock’s Manager of Student Financial Services and Accounts Receivable.More than half of Brock’s students use OSAP at some point during their academic career.“This affects a very large number of students on campus,” Latham-Malton said. “The majority of students are going to have a loan that needs to be repaid when they graduate Brock. I think it’s really important that they understand what the obligation is.”Latham-Malton plans to invite NSLSC representatives to campus several times each year in order to reach as many students as possible.“Part of my mandate is to try and make Brock students more financially literate, so things don’t sneak up on them,” she said.“The information about repayment is there, but students have to look for it. You need to want to know about the process. I would like to make it easier for them to know.”She encouraged students, regardless of the year they’re in, to become informed about their loan requirements and to become budget conscious.“If we can get people at the beginning understanding what their financial picture looks like, they won’t find themselves in a situation where they have to potentially leave school because they’ve run out of money in year three,” Latham-Malton said.“I want them to understand what they have to do by the end of year one in order to make it to year four.”For many students, education is the first and largest investment they make in themselves, she said.“I want them to treat it like an investment.”For anyone unable to attend Monday’s session, online tutorials are available through the NSLSC. More information about loan repayment is available at brocku.ca/safa/osap-repayment.
Poll Results: I don’t know (886) No, they should not (1656) Yes, they should appear (1208) GARDA COMMISSIONER MARTIN Callinan says he is seeking legal advice over the proposed appearances of two garda whistleblowers at the Public Accounts Committee next week.WhistleblowersHowever, speaking today on RTE Radio One’s Morning Ireland, Independent TD Shane Ross said the whistleblowers have “every right to express a view, an opinion and give evidence in public”. He said he thought the PAC was a “democratic forum” where the penalty points controversy should be aired.In light of this week’s revelations and the opposing viewpoints, we want to know what you think in today’s poll: Should the garda whistleblowers be brought before the PAC? Yes, they should appearNo, they should notI don’t knowVote
Short URL Monday 4 Mar 2019, 8:49 PM NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Oireachtas members launch week-long clothing and fundraising drive for Dress for Success, a week-long fundraising drive. Source: Marc O’Sullivan Mar 4th 2019, 8:49 PM By Gráinne Ní Aodha 12,510 Views While the trials, tribulations and humiliations of Prime Minister Theresa May have occupied centre stage in the carnival of British politics, Chris Grayling has starred in a black comedy sideshow of his own. He has bumbled his way from one government post to another, accused of making a hash of each, and becoming a byword for haplessness in a golden age of political blundering in Britain. So begins this cutting New York Times piece on the British Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, whom the British media have been desperately trying to locate today, as he was due to answer questions in the House of Commons but pulled out last minute.In the NYT piece, it quotes a Labour Party stat that Grayling’s various misadventures – 12 in all – had cost British taxpayers £2.7 billion, or €3.1 billion. Ouch. No Comments The Department of Health was evacuated after the discovery of what turned out to be a non-hazardous white powderThe Data Protection Commissioner said that it “categorically” had never been lobbied by the former Taoiseach amid claims about Facebook Get our daily news round up: Boris Johnson defended Bloody Sunday soldiers, and asked why the IRA “got away with” Troubles crimesA “compounding” of events, including snowfall, caused long delays on a number of roads, while passengers slept on Dublin Airport’s floorOver 90% of homes for rent in Ireland fall outside State housing benefit limitsFormer SDLP leader Mark Durkan is to run as a Fine Gael candidate in the European elections – alongside former Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald.Another measles outbreak was confirmed, this one in north Dublin.WORLD https://jrnl.ie/4523830 Share4 Tweet Email Here’s What Happened Today: Monday Department of Health evacuated, Facebook lobbying denials, and the death of Prodigy frontman Keith Flint. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Source: PA Wire/PA Images#RIP: Tributes were paid to Prodigy frontman Keith Flint who died aged 49. #BEVERLY HILLS: American actor Luke Perry died at the age of 52 after suffering a stroke.#VENEZUELA: Crowds met Juan Guaido at Caracas airport after his 10-day exile, as ordered by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.PARTING SHOTThey call him “Failing Grayling.”
16 teams have qualified to the Round of 16 after coming on top in their respective groups. They will battle out for 13 days to crown only one champion.After very exciting and surprising results in the Group Stage of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup, the stage is set for the Round of 16.16 nations have come out on top and will face each other off for 13 days until the world knows who will be champion in February 1st.Hosts United Arab Emirates qualified in the first place of Group A with 5 points, followed by Thailand and Bahrain with 4.From Group B only two survived: Jordan surprised everyone by ending on first place with 7 points, while Australia ended up second with 6.As expected South Korea finished first of Group C with a perfect run of 9 points. China and Kyrgyzstan followed with 6 and 3 points respectively.Qatar will plan soon how to aim higher Manuel R. Medina – February 3, 2019 The Qatari national team won the AFC Asian Cup for the first time ever, but the 2022 FIFA World Cup hosts don’t want it to end there.Iran and Iraq tied with 7 points, but the Persians ended up first of Group D thanks to the goal difference. Vietnam squeezed in with 3 points.From Group E, Qatar and Saudi Arabia advanced to the next round with 9 and 6 units each.And from Group F, Japan claimed first place with 9 points, followed by Uzbekistan with 6 and Oman with 0.India, Palestine, Syria, Philippines, Yemen, Lebanon, North Korea, and Turkmenistan will have to wait four more years for the next edition of the AFC Asian Cup.Find out how the Round of 16 will be played here.
Share REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov/PBS NewsHourSaudi Arabia’s Abdullah Al-Mayouf concedes the fifth goal scored by Russia’s Aleksandr Golovin REUTERS/Maxim ShemetovDenis Cheryshev scored twice as Russia swept aside Saudi Arabia to open its home World Cup with a 5-0 win on Thursday.After a lavish opening ceremony and with President Vladimir Putin watching on, Yuri Gazinsky put Russia ahead with a header off Alexander Golovin’s cross in the 12th minute.Substitute Cheryshev chipped the ball over two Saudi defenders in the 43rd and then fired it high to goalkeeper Abdullah Al Muaiouf’s right.Artyom Dzyuba made an instant impact off the bench to make it 3-0 in the 71st with a header off Golovin’s cross. In stoppage time, Cheryshev chipped the ball in for Russia’s fourth goal in stoppage time and Golovin scored from a free kick.It was Russia’s first World Cup win since 2002 and ended a seven-game winless run in all matches.
Facebook Comments Related posts:Watch out for riptides during the Easter Holy Week Hollywood celebrity Matt Damon and family vacation in Costa Rica Costa Rica’s Environment Ministry still hopes to close public zoos, despite losing in court Costa Rica’s cleanest beaches The Costa Rican Red Cross found the body of 18-year-old Felipe Castro Espinoza, a nephew of current Environment Minister René Castro, Friday, the day after he was caught in a wave at a beach in Santa Teresa, on the Nicoya Peninsula,La Nación reports.The younger Castro disappeared at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday after he and six relatives were caught in a riptide wave. Rescuers pulled out six of the the beach-goers from the ocean, and transported them to a hospital. Castro’s body was found 6:12 a.m. on the beach’s shore.René Castro confirmed the incident Thursday to La Nación.“It was my nephew who didn’t reappear,” Castro said. “He was together with his other brothers and cousins.”The Red Cross also recovered the body of 40-year-old Rafael Ángel Solano Carranza, who disappeared from another Nicoya Peninsula beach, Punta Morales.Riptides are a recurrent cause of misfortune on Costa Rica’s beaches. Earlier in the week, oceanographers at the National University broadcast a riptide report for the Easter Holy Week and asked travelers to take extreme caution during this week’s vacations.
A North American-based company specialising in medical cannabis research and production, announced on Thursday that it was cleared for distribution of cannabinoid formulations for patients in Cyprus.According to an announcement on BusinessWire, the company, Tilray, said its cannabinoid products have cleared for distribution in Cyprus after it had received necessary approvals in Canada and Cyprus.“We are proud to be able to offer patients access to high-quality, pharmaceutical-grade medical cannabis products in Cyprus,” chairman Brendan Kennedy said.The company said it is working with Cyprus’ health ministry “to import and distribute Tilray Drops, a medical cannabis extract product, at pharmacies and healthcare facilities throughout the country to patients with advanced cases of cancer who have authorization to access medical cannabis products”.The health ministry had said earlier in the year that it was in consultation with companies for the supply of cannabis oil to be administered to cancer patients, but it was not announced whether they had reached a deal with any providers.Tilray describes itself as a global leader in medical cannabis research and production dedicated to advancing the science, safety, and efficacy of medical cannabis and cannabinoids.The company said that it operates “one of the largest and most sophisticated federally licensed medical cannabis cultivation facilities in the world, offering a range of products to patients, physicians, pharmacies, governments, hospitals and researchers in Australia, Canada, the European Union and Latin America”.It added that in 2016, Tilray was the first company to legally export medical cannabis products from North America to the European Union and Australia. The company currently supplies pharmaceutical-grade medical cannabis products – including dried whole flower and extract formulations – to tens of thousands of patients, physicians, pharmacies, hospitals, governments and researchers around the world for commercial, compassionate access and research purposes.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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” will continuously measure a range of pollutants on its journeys, Write to Tanya Basu at tanya. who has been heading the selection process, the media and the society are in trouble. which create a dedicated funding stream that is not vulnerable to the vagaries of the annual appropriations process. Jharipani police station in Sundergarh district for allegedly? gajanan@time. They abducted. where they worked for five to six days They were released at 5 pm on their last day so they got to spend two hours at the beach before starting the long drive home the next morningOlson has already volunteered to head to Puerto Rico to help the island recover after Hurricane Maria he said if the group is needed For now MMUA is trying to coordinate the response he said which is made tougher by the inability to bring utility equipment to the island "I’d be ready to go if they’d let us" Olson saidThere were 15 different municipal utility providers represented in the group that went to Florida The BPU workers knew a few of the other Minnesota workers Olson said which was niceTim Holmes Brainerd fire chief also spent two weeks in Florida assisting with the emergency management response to Hurricane Irma Holmes was part of the 16-member Minnesota All Hazards Incident Management Team which includes fire chiefs emergency managers and fire service personnel with advanced incident management trainingIn a monthly written report to the Brainerd City Council Holmes said the experience was humbling and educational The team set up six points of distribution for food water and ice throughout the Florida Keys and distributed food to more than 50000 people"I really feel we made a positive impact during our time there" Holmes wrote "We were able to work with a lot of great people to accomplish this I was able to bring back a lot of ideas and points to better our emergency response"It’s that simpleThe president offered a plan to put Americans back to workWithout saying what his alternative would be (other than putting more money into the pockets of those who already have become wealthy beyond most people’s wildest dreams) our senator joined every member of his party in the Senate to use a filibuster to prevent the president’s plan from even coming to a voteHoeven knows that without that procedural dodge the president would have prevailed because North Dakotans and Americans want to workEvidently Hoeven stands with the farthest right-wing fringe of his party in the belief that those of our fellow citizens who are out of work or could lose their jobs are the cause of our country’s problemsIf you are paying attention to what the Republican presidential candidates are saying they believe those who aren’t rich have themselves to blame those who don’t have health insurance should just die in the streets and those who aspire for a government that does what government should do and leave this country a better place for our children and grandchildren are somehow selfishMaybe jobs are not a problem here in North Dakota right now But the last time I looked at a map our state is not an island Someday if the proverbial "worm turns" and we find ourselves needing support from the rest of the nation I hope there will be more forward- looking leadership than Hoeven and his party are displaying todayI didn’t think it was right sometime ago when other shortsighted politicians pandered to their most-narrow minded constituents by telling them that we up here should "just die in the dark" when we needed help to get us through the farm crisis and the collapse of the previous oil boomNeither do I think it is right for Hoeven Rep Rick Berg R-ND. that we have no minority report.
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