- Producer10/11/2016Thoughts on the presidential campaign in the USGood day, friends! The new president of the United States was chosen. Congratulations Mr. Donald Trump! I've been following the campaign but never commented. And now I want to say a few words.Listening to primaries was not very positive. But it's a...
Comments10/11/2016 #16 David B. GrinbergWell stated, Andrew. As I previously have noted, I did not vote for President-elect Trump or Secretary Clinton. However, I would urge all of Mr. Trump's detractors to now listen to, and carefully consider, their own words during the campaign. That is: "Love trumps hate." There can't be a double standard based on political convenience. Part of the fabric of American democracy means citizens unite as one America even after contentious elections. At an absolute minimum, folks should give the new President-elect the "benefit of the doubt" and keep an "open mind" (Hillary's words), unless or until he proves otherwise once in office.
Moreover, any U.S. President who can mend USA-Russia relations should be applauded rather than castigated. To those who criticize Mr. Trump because of praise by President Putin, I say this: would you rather maintain a Cold War mentality or work together toward common goals and global interests? And finally, to those Hillary supports, please remember that it was HER "reset button" for US-Russian relations that blew up in her face as Secretary of State. How embarrassing that she could not even use the correct Russian language for "reset" on the button/prop she presented to the Russian Foreign Minister at a public event -- for which he subsequently embarrassed her and the USA by pointing out this pathetic mistake -- which speaks volumes in and of itself.10/11/2016 #12 Cepee Tabibian@Andrew Goldman, thank you for this! It was not the outcome I had hoped for but he won, and I accept that. Now let's move on, look forward, and wish him the best....and for those Americans who'd rather have another president, let's stop complaining, try to understand the pain points and reasoning of those who feel he was the better choice, and start getting involved at the local and state level, 2020 isn't far away.10/11/2016 #10 Bobga RonardI seem to like the below write up.
More lessons from Trump......
DON'T BUILD YOUR LIFE ON PUBLIC OPINION
Trump lost the presidential debates, twice.
Yet he won the election.
He lost the public opinion polls to Hillary by double digit margins.
Yet he won the election.
All living former American presidents opposed him.
Yet he won the election.
Top celebrities and entertainers opposed him
Yet he won the election.
Top party power brokers deserted him.
Yet he won the election.
Millions opposed him.
Yet he won the election.
Global public opinion ridiculed him.
Yet he won the election
Don't build your life around the opinions of critics.
Don't build your life on public opinion. PERIOD! It's all “OPINION”
BUILD YOUR LIFE ON GOD'S WORD and STICK TO YOUR DREAM..
- 05/11/2016Corndog: Hotdog on a stick dipped in cornbread batter and deep fried...mmmm.5 American Things British People Don't Understand - Tea 'n' Toast 11 In this weeks episode Jason & Greg talk about those things from across the pond that we Brits really don't understand!-) America we love you but some of the...
- Producer03/11/2016(Not even close to) Everything your international business needs to know about AmericansLately, I’ve been amusing myself by following online threads like this one detailing stereotypes and impressions foreigners have of America. If I had a stereotypical American ego, my feelings might be hurt. But instead, I find these observations...
Comments03/11/2016 #12 Randy KehoYes. I refer to "soda" as "pop," but my secret desires have nothing to do with being Canadian, although I used to have an affinity for Pamela Anderson. @Kevin Pashuk When I lived in Florida, everyone immediately knew that I was from the Midwest when I'd request a cold pop. It was a dead giveaway and I often received a lecture on the proper terminology. 903/11/2016 #10 Alexa Steele#8 You've got a point, @Randy Keho. But did you know that the Standard American Accent (the one broadcasters use) doesn't exist anywhere but on TV. It's similar to the Midwestern accent, but even the Midwestern accent isn't standard (like the curious way Chicagoans pronounce Chic-A-go). Persnoally, I've got no problem understanding New Yorker's or Bostonians; it's the folks in the hill country of East Tennessee or the bayous of Louisiana that REALLY sound foreign.03/11/2016 #9 Kevin Pashuk#8 I've often thought that Midwesterners have a secretly desire to be Canadian... to the point where some of them even refer to 'soda' as 'pop'... just the way we do in Canada. They are also pretty genuinely nice in my experience. They only pretend to be grumpy, but if you were broke down on the side of the road, they'd stop to help. Just sayin' @Randy Keho03/11/2016 #8 Randy KehoThe regional dialects/accents may be just as defining, if not more in some cases, than the regional boundaries.
However, if they listen to the media, local or national, they would think we're all Midwesterners and sound alike.
I'm from the Midwest and, even to me, New Yorkers and Bostonians sound like foreigners.03/11/2016 #7 Alexa Steele#6 There is definitely no consensus on which states belong to which region. For example, I don't think I've met anyone from the South or Midwest that ever claimed Missouri. And you are absolutely right, Texas is a very different beast from Appalachia. Maybe I'll write follow up posts on individual regions.03/11/2016 #6 Phillip HubbellI think Texas is not particularly tied to the rest of the south. It fought its own revolution and elected Presidents. Sam Houston worked hard to get Texas into the union and was very unhappy with the secession into the Confederacy. Texans have a unique culture. Austin is an anomaly.
- Producer01/11/2016When Pakistan helped India tackle a cross-border menaceCan India and Pakistan ever work together? Can they join hands to wipe out terrorism? When I wrote about the bandit Jagmal Singh who terrorised parts of Jaisalmer in the 1950s with help from Pakistan police (see A Forgotten Bandit and a Lesson in...
- Producer27/10/2016Rocky history of Indian films in PakistanIn 1964, Pakistan’s embassy in Beirut objected to the screening of the Hindi film Kashmir ki Kali (flower bud of Kashmir) at the 4th International Lebanese Film Festival. The objection was overruled and the film was screened as planned.What is it...
- 18/10/2016"The most empathetic countries in the world have just been ranked , according to data collected from 104,365 adults across 63 different countries, Ecuador is the most empathetic country in the world, followed by Saudi Arabia and Peru. The study, which placed the US at no. 7 on the list, measured the locals’ compassion for others and their tendency to imagine another person’s point of view. Lithuania was ranked as the least empathetic country of the bunch." Do you agree ?
- Producer01/10/2016GENGHIS KHANGenghis Khan... No one knows what he looked like Genghis Khan founded the Mongol Empire and became one of the most feared conquerors of all time. The above photo was from the History Channel Documentary. Between...
Comments04/10/2016 #24 Brian McKenzie#23 @jesse kaellis Kyrgz is a tough language - it has more Chinese and Mongolian influence than Slavic - I get by with Russian here quite well. An American here that does not belong to the 'Government' and speaks Russian is a rarity. Plus the local girls all have a bit of English as it is a forced requirement for most jr high level students - and they are all too eager to practice it with a Native Speaker. All in all - a great place to land. I just may have to learn how to ride a horse.02/10/2016 #8 Praveen Raj GullepalliSuper! His tales of conquest are indeed legend. Even today the descendants of Chenghiz Khan...the Mongols ...Mughals....Pathans...reign supreme as noted sportsmen in Pakistan and Hindustan (India)...and in Bollywood as the super-actor Khans...they still inbreed and marry Hindu actresses...they have over the years become Buddhists, Christians, Muslims too many contend. It is their relentless invasions across Asia and Europe that for many centuries thwarted attempts of the Turks to invade and conquer the peace loving kingdoms of mid central and Southern Indian peninsula. One of the most adaptive and religiously-tolerant races too!
- Producer30/09/2016Time to Examine Our Relationship with the Philippines and Spread the WingsOn May 9, 2016 the Philippines elected Rodrigo Duterte to the office of President of the Philippines. A little over a month later, on June 30th, he was inaugurated and immediately made good on his promise to address the country’s drug problems—often...
Comments30/09/2016 #1 INNFORMATE CENTRO DE FORMACIONI see a big lack of gratitude here. Phillipines has been helped by the US countless times. Nevertheless that seems to be the latest fashion. Bite the hand that feed you and push it to the limits. Then, when people / countries takes action. It comes the complaints and the tears.
- 06/09/2016México protege una de las playas más bonitas del mundo y sus mil islas,EL PAÍSwww.elpais.com Noticias de última hora sobre la actualidad en España y el mundo: política, economía, deportes, cultura, sociedad, tecnología, gente, opinión, viajes, moda, televisión, los blogs y las firmas de EL PAÍS. Además especiales, vídeos, fotos, audios,...
- 05/09/2016The Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has produced the following pearl regarding the UK's decision to leave the EU. A must read:
- Producer03/09/2016On the countries of beBeeMark Twain said: “there are lies, damned lies and statistics” which is often the case when it comes to national statistics. Let’s consider figures of the true kind. Wondering about the subscriber base of beBee I viewed the country statistics...
Comments05/09/2016 #38 Gert Scholtz#37 @Nick Mlatchkov Spanish hives are at present slightly more than English hives. I am not sure if your statement is totally correct Nick because quite possibly you and I have only joined English hives where we will see only English honey's. Thanks Nick for reading and stopping by.04/09/2016 #35 Javier beBee#28 @John Valledor USA is the second spanish speaking country in the world. Have a look https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/jun/29/us-second-biggest-spanish-speaking-country .... Spain is the third one. But the most excitement news is that the USA will be the first spanish speaking country by 2050. There are a lot of studies about this. Spanish is the most growing language in the USA. That means.... any native english and spanish professional will have a lot of advantages04/09/2016 #34 Pamela L. Williams#31 John, I was raised on tacos, frijoles, and ate jalapenos more often than pickles; in Southern California. I remember Taco Bell when the food actually resembled Mexican cooking. Before it was toned down for the American pallet and destroyed with manufactured foods. As a very young child my best friend was Deb Duran who taught me every Spanish curse word she knew (not many at 7 hears old!) Her mother made fresh flour and corn tortillas every day and they was mine and Deb's after school snack (spread with butter). I've never been able to duplicate the steamed artichokes with the cheese dipping sauce she made.(OMG the best thing I ever ate). I marched in a band and wore a uniform that was based on traditional Mexican dress. Because of my own dark looks many assumed I was Hispanic. My schools were Jurupa Junior High School (now Middle School) and El Camino Elementary. Everything in my young life seemed to be centered around the Hispanic community. Hell, my first boy crush was a young man name Juan who had long black wavy hair. Zouza! what a cutie he was!!
As a military brat myself and having worked on an military base for 8 years I'm well aware of the many Hispanic military personnel that have served this country and done so proudly. BTW, Thank you for your service John! I think the Hispanic community would bring wonderful value to beBee and have been trying to think of ways to reach out to them since reading your comments. Not being Hispanic myself I may not be the best choice to spearhead the plan and would truly appreciate your input/help.03/09/2016 #31 John Valledor@Pamela L. Williams the Hispanic community in America (of which I represent) spends millions of dollars, owns thousands of businesses, live thriving culturally rich lives, are job seekers and have blended culturally within America to a very high degree...just think of the culinary impact to the American pallate that Latinos have made. Willing to guess every American household has some form Tex-Mex ingredients in their cupboards right now. Maybe even you too.
My point was that ignoring this demographic which currently sits at the center of gravity in beBee's member base is odd to say the least. The beBee staff can communicate to this population in America in native Spanish--TODAY! Easy peasy.
Establishing a social media foothold in the American landscape with this one demographic alone seems ready made.
Then again, I'm no expert. I'm just one of countless like-minded constituents that is attracted to business that want my patronage. Those that don't, I'll ignore--along with my pocketbook.
Thank you for engaging with me in this buzz.
Lastly, we Hispanics also defend America. For me, for 35 awesome years and five tours of combat. No regrets.
#2903/09/2016 #29 Pamela L. Williams#20 That's very interesting John and one I hadn't really considered but it is rather obvious. Perhaps we reach out to Latin organizations, of which I am in total ignorance. I wonder what the statics are on the use of social media by the US Latin community? I know they are second to cellphone use to the black community. (That study is several years old so...). A community I really want to focus on is true environmentalist, an ever growing group. The beauty of beBee is that this communities can build a sector within the hives, have their own audience. Hmmm, now you really have me thinking on some outreach programs. Why should we focus on those already on social media (e.g. LinkedIn) and creating a migrations. What if we reach out to those who may be on the fringes of social media because of the other sites cultural centralizing on English speaking groups? beBee is definitely an opportunity to integrate and shy away from segregation because of comfortableness with native languages.03/09/2016 #28 John ValledorAccording to the 2011 US census, Spanish is the number 1 spoken language in America after the native tongue of English. Clearly, there's an affinity (relationship, resemblance) to this census fact and the stats presented in this buzz. Given that beBee brands itself as an affinity (kinship, association) based social media channel, the connection is too obvious to dismiss. Building on this demographic can serve as a launchpad for harvesting more members in the rest of America. Surprising that there aren't satellite offices in California, Texas and Florida--the states with the highest Spanish speaking US populations respectively. New York comes in 9th. Interestingly, in 2015 the GDP (or gross state product) of Texas ($1.6 billion @number 2) is on par to that of all of Spain. The GDP of California is number 1 in all the US. Again, lies, damn lies and statistics. #2603/09/2016 #27 Javier beBee#26 @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian, english speaking countries will grow a lot. I predict english will be first language but spanish, portuguese, german, italian, french, russian, and others will be important too ;) ...anyway beBee will be diverse and cool . Next release will be unstoppable !!!03/09/2016 #26 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#20 beBee is now Spanish-centric. That's to be expected given its birthplace. I believe there will always be a healthy percentage of Spanish-speaking members. The language is well distributed around the world. I'm even taking Spanish lessons and am developing a strong affinity with elephants (long story best filed under "weird stuff Duolingo says")
There are what, about 60 million American Spanish-speakers? That's a good start until we can grab the other 270 million.03/09/2016 #24 Gert Scholtz@CityVP Manjit Country statistics is as I mentioned a categorized and perhaps unrefined way of looking at demographics. It is quite true that there is much finer stratification within nations and countries. Thank you Manjit for bringing your appreciated insights and contribution to the post.03/09/2016 #22 Gert Scholtz@John Valledor An interesting angle that you mention John. Within countries there could be a few language clusters of Bees which overlap with the home country language. It would be illuminating to see in a year or so what the demographics of the US Bees are. Thanks for your comment John.
- 31/08/2016#17 overall out of 67 - but devil is in the detail. But #55 for "friendliness."'Unfriendly' Germans make expat life harder: reportwww.thelocal.de Expats in Germany generally find it great for families and starting a career, but were turned off by the language barriers and unfriendly Germans upon arrival, according to a new...
- 26/08/2016Germany is becoming ever more assertive and grows a solid self-esteem. Can it develop into a true global player of importance on the political stage as well?Germany moves to take a bigger role in global affairs with extension of military presence | Financial Postbusiness.financialpost.com Diane Francis: The reluctant and understated superpower has begun to assume a starring role in the unfolding Grand Opera of World...
- 25/08/2016Next stop Cyprus or Jordan?Report: Berlin looks into pulling jets out of Turkey | News | DW.COM | 25.08.2016www.dw.com Germany must find alternatives to the Incirlik Air Base and pull its soldiers and weapons from Turkey, German MP Rainer Arnold told Der Spiegel magazine. Ankara has been blocking official visits from Berlin to the...
- 18/08/2016Bonitos ambientes fabricado en Madera de pino y chapas naturales, opcional pintar en cualquier color, si desea verlos o comprarlos puede encontrarlos en las principales tiendas de España, en el catálogo Única de la empresa Naturmobel (d`quatro) Si desea conocer su centro mas cercano póngase en contacto con nosotros.
- 16/08/2016A modern design with diamond doors and a classic handle thanks to which nobody remains indifferent.
Choose between a lot of different combinations to create the perfect piece for you.
Un diseño de lo más moderno, con puertas en forma de diamante y su famoso tirador con formas clásicas que no dejan indiferente a nadie.
Múltiples combinaciones disponibles que te permitirán crear tu mueble ideal.
- 13/08/2016Russia increases their AA/AD capabilities in Crimea by deploying their S-400 SAM and naval assets (yes, they now "own" the Black Sea), while deploying offensive units on Ukraine's borders. The intention seems to be to further strain Ukraine's economy and destabilize it, while ensuring no foreign intervention with their AA/AD assets.Russian Build-Up In and Around Ukraine: August 12, 2016bit.ly An ongoing Russian military build-up on Ukraine’s borders may indicate preparations for conventional military conflict. It certainly marks a dramatic escalation of tensions that will have...
Comments14/08/2016 #7 Brian McKenzie#6 The line form the Kremlin is that it is in Defensive in Posture, in line and direct response to US AD/AM tech in Romania, and ever increasing provocative US / NATO naval activity in the Black Sea since the Summer Sea Breeze Exercises of Summer 2013, and US NGO activity on ground in Crimea the same month with the meetings of RADA, NED, Otpor and Soros 'Open' entities. And certainly, western led attempts to seize or breach Naval Assets on the Peninsula were of note - and impetus for their deployment of 'Polite Green Men'. I would suggest DC quit recruiting social media kittens as policy spokes widgets and focus on actual regional strategy and implications of their "covert" activities (anybody that is watching, clearly sees the foot prints of the countless Color Revolutions - and US / EU / NATO / NWO malignant deployments across the globe) but what do I know - I only did that job for 15 years, speak the language and was on ground for a year 2014/6 ;-)14/08/2016 #3 Brian McKenzieA delicious bunch of self congratulating academics that have never seen the working side of a trigger. Nearly all of their analysts were sourced from the 'university' that they own and teach from... a two week intensive course in International Strategy.....? Neither of their Russian analysts have time in the military, and the notion that a UNICEF SJW is somehow qualified or relevant on Russian ASW is beyond me. ~ and that Central Asia piece is one notch removed from an afternoon school special. - speaking live and loud from there this year and boots on ground in Ukraine last year, if that is the level of expertise coming out of the Beltway; y'all need a grand dose of shut up, sit down and mind your side of the globe.
- Producer10/08/2016We Enjoy The Most Peaceful Period On Earth EverYes you heard it - we do. Despite what you might think. I am unwaveringly hopeful in the goodness of humanity. And yet, it’s hard to imagine peace in the midst of such violence. On our own soil, it's hard to imagine the goodwill of people in the...
Comments11/08/2016 #14 Don Kerr@Jim Murray Many thanks for introducing me to @Anurag Harsh (whom I can't seem to link to here). This is an erudite and thought-provoking piece that requires at least one more reading. Regardless of the quantitative stats that may prove the point, I hesitate to chalk up the perception of increased violence simply to greater exposure of that violence. This is a great piece of writing and exemplary of the kind of article we want to bring to the Beezers HIve.11/08/2016 #13 Vincent AndrewA very thought provoking piece @Anurag Harsh. Certainly a lot of things is a matter of perspective. What strikes me is what you say here: For centuries people have asked, "Why is there war?". Now, given the change in circumstances, we should ask “Why is there peace?” Darn good question!11/08/2016 #11 Brian McKenzieThe US / EU / NATO / UN are murdering people in 150 countries across the globe daily - and you will never hear about it. Peace - is purely a lie they use to sell the War - again, and again. * Of course it is easy to say you live in a time of 'peace' when the Hague just declared that despite the 100,000's of dead bodies and leveled cities - there was "NO GENOCIDE" in the Balkans. - in 20 years, they will deny the wars ever happened.11/08/2016 #10 Jim MurrayThanks for this @Anurag Harsh. "When you are in the midst of true violence and terror, exaggeration is unnecessary, offensive even. Whereas for those who enjoy relative peace, it is easy to dramatize even the most heinous of acts." This to me pretty much sums up the impression that people form of the world by the images they are shown day in and day out by the media. It has caused a lot of them to lose perspective and become paranoid and obsessed with things like personal safety and perceived external threats to their way of life. In point of fact the biggest threats are media and war-mongering fear generation from within their own country. Here in Canada we just voted one of those fear generators out of office and have a kinder, gentler leader and we have never been happier. Admittedly we worry about the United States, because there is a huge internal threat knocking at the door. I personally don't think that threat will amount to much, but the collateral damage to the American psyche will be considerable.11/08/2016 #8 Lisa GallagherHi @Anurag Harsh, this was an EXCELLENT piece! I often wonder if we had just one global station (the only example I can think of is Al Jazeera) but they report all the politics and negative events that take place- anyhow, a media outlet that took the opposite stance, reporting on all the exciting things happening globally, positive market reports, showcasing people and their cultures, showcasing all the beautiful parts of the world the MSM doesn't show us. I know they exist because I've seen so many beautiful places thanks to Instagram, and yes, beBee! Would there be enough of an audience for a News station like this? I know, maybe I'm too much of a dreamer but I would find a channel like that refreshing. This was an uplifting read and you touched on so many great points. This stood out for me, "They contradict a culture of tolerance, relativism, and plurality that is growing worldwide. Today there is greater respect for diversity, greater intolerance for hate, and a craving for connectivity. " I couldn't agree more. I don't view the world as a bad place, I view those who want to make it appear so as vultures preying on the weaker. Media/News has become more of a sport and addiction for many. I would love to see people's understanding of our world be realistic and not filled with fear and hate. There is so much beauty and so many wonderful souls on planet earth. Thank you for this!11/08/2016 #7 Paul WaltersThis rather thought provoking and well crafted piece should I feel be discussed late at night over a fine single malt@ @Anurag Harsh I love your optimism and view of the 'known' world and I am sure every cat lover rejoices in the decline of brutality against the feline species. Ti's I think the profit and ratings driven news media that keeps wars and disasters alive and in turn keeps a massive industry ( military and associated industries who supply said military) thriving in a 'relatively" peaceful half century. Deep down we are compelled somehow to watch a disaster unfold on the other side of the planet brought to us in brilliant HD ... it rates and then we share the same information on social media thus spreading the 'story.' Do we really 'need' to know that 50 poor souls perished in a bus crash in Chile , or a deranged person shot 6 people somewhere? No of course we don't, but if it's on tv we become glued and fixated on the carnage. Stop reporting 24/7 and who knows'? peace' may spread organically. Thanks again !10/08/2016 #4 Kevin PashukI'm familiar with @Anurag Harsh's writing @Jim Murray. He's a prolific writer and has a few posts on beBee that slipped by you. I'm sorry to refer to you in the 3rd person Anurag, but us Beezers tend to do strange things. Apparently @Jim Able has an alter ego that claims to be a nautical expert and former academic....10/08/2016 #2 Jim MurrayHi Guys...this is @Anurag Harsh from the Big Apple. I got to know his work over in the Lumpy Kingdom and now here he is. He's a very good writer with a lot of interesting things to say. @Javier beBee @Matt Sweetwood @Phil Friedman @Kevin Pashuk @Don Kerr @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian @Lisa Gallagher @John White, MBA
- Producer07/08/2016Another Incident of MeddlingYesterday (5 August 2016) I received a note on Facebook Messenger from an Afghan friend of mine, with whom I worked at the Afghan Ministry of Defense. My friend “J” and the Ministry of Defense were worked up over a Pakistani helicopter, which...
- Producer04/08/2016China's Regional Engagement Strategies: A Comparison Between the South China Sea and Central AsiaINTRODUCTIONChina’s engagement strategy toward its eastern neighbors and stakeholders in the South China Sea differs greatly from its approach to those countries along its western borders in Central Asia (Xinjiang Province). While China increasingly...
Comments05/08/2016 #2 Timothy Fawcett#1 Thanks for commenting, @Brian McKenzie. I don't doubt that China has the wherewithal to exert itself in Central Asia, but I do question the appetite--having seen the struggles that the its on-again-off-again nemesis Russia undertook in Afghanistan, as well as observing its present nemesis the US in the same place. The South China Sea, as I stated, is an easier, more accessible maritime domain. If unchecked and they have their way there, then, yes, real likely they'll exert force to develop the overland silk road. I just wonder how much wiggle room Russia will give them eventually.04/08/2016 #1 Brian McKenzieChina may have had a hands off ideology to Central Asia - 150 TONS of 'Diplomatic' cargo shuttled into Bishkek by the Americans changed that two years ago. They are on ground, overtly and covertly - and they have qualms about removing Yankee 'Open Government' groups. IF D.C. continues to want to piss in their back yard - China will indeed, do exactly as they have done in the South China Sea - you will see armed troops, mechanized artillery and a very overt declaration and assertion of regional power from China. They have been training with Russians in the border regions for almost two years - they are more ready for farcus than you or DC give them credit for.
- 02/08/2016Dead on. Best summary I have read on this specific situation and the general concept.An open letter to Mr. Khizr Khan | Fox Newswww.foxnews.com As you well know, Mr. Khan, we live in violent times, dangerous...
Comments02/08/2016 #3 John ValledorIt is really saddening to witness how Gold Star families are being used by politicis as trophies to be exploited during vile, and very hyperpartisan campaigns. Then they are completely forgotten, tossed away like the residue from a McDonald's Happy Meal once elected.
The media have shown themselves to be equally complicit in the exploitation of these tragic life stories in pursuit of their ratings and weaponized political orthodoxy.
As a veteran, I'm left with only one option--register my complete disdain for America's media apparatus by not watching these vile cable networks and VOTING my conscience on election day.02/08/2016 #2 Narveen Aryaputri@Mark Tillman Davis. Please forward this letter too..from Alken West. Both Chris Mark and Alken West have wrtten powerful words to point out the disgrace the parents have stooped to in violating their dead Son's life and sacrifice for thei micro minded political gains :
- Producer31/07/2016Digital Marketing And It's Influence On Recruitment Strategies!More power to the internet for empowering us and giving us the ability to seamlessly communicate, easily educate and cohesively collaborate! It is great to see people engage with one on this platform crossing the hurdles of geographical boundaries,...
Comments31/07/2016 #2 Erroll -EL- WarnerRegardless, Human Resources Personnel and Recruiters seem to have their own mind set. They seem to like designing their own styles and policies. In many instances they seem to adhere to no specific standard or principles. They seem to ignore problems based on identity, culture, and ethnic back ground. They promote and protect incompetent managers and associates. They allow Micro Managers to roam like tyrants.
- Producer22/07/2016The fact of recent Western history ..what we MUST avoid. f We vote for the policies..not the person. Which party will uphold our Republic ?? Which party will uphold our Constitution?The people will be ground in the DC machine..we. WE the People make the difference....
Comments23/07/2016 #5 Brian McKenzieObama's 2008 'ObamaCare - Health for the Masses' rhetoric and campaigns are nearly a complete plagiarism of Lenin's 1908 'What is to be Done' for Peasant Land reform. Only 12 words difference - and those can be ignored once you make the appropriate America vs Russia translations and century of difference. Line for Line, Lie for Lie - that man is a Leninist shill. Those that support him - knowingly or unwittingly endorse the ways of the Soviet. And to see how it plays out - look at how Lenin purged the peasant class - and how Stalin accelerated it to the tune of Millions. And with the rise of Bernie and his supporters - America has no grass roots basis for returning to a capitalist, market, self reliant system. but oooooooh hey - Pikachoo & Pokemon Go will get their attention. 8?/22/07/2016 #1 Brian McKenzieThe list is much longer. COMMUNIST ideology was nearly the bulk of my undergrad degree. Marx, Hegel, Engels, Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Castro, Guevara. (because if you want to know what your enemy is up to - read their rhetoric, propaganda, dissident lit and government edicts) .....there is more Red Party today in D.C. than there is in Moscow
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