Ahead of the May 24, 2015, elections in the beautiful Andalucia region of Spain, hopefuls are looking for a champion against corruption that has plagued the area. While many political figures call for a fight against corruption or boldly deny any such incidents, locals of Velez Malaga and the entire Andalucia region are optimistic that the governmental and legal corruption that occurs in the area can be thwarted with a win for Podemos.
Morning Host Ian Bayne at Cities 92.9 FM talk is launching a blog that will put into perspective the campaigns of two high profiles Republican candidates that face off in a special election on July 7 2015 to replace US Rep Schock in a very Republican district.
The American political landscape has been suffering from toxic influences for years. Both the Democrats and Republicans consistently act on behalf of special moneyed interests, in defiance of the best interests and will of the American people. Increasing numbers of the population are awakening to this unfortunate reality and are looking elsewhere for leadership. The American Eagle Party has been founded to answer that call, aiming to lead the United States back to its tradition of being a respected Constitutional Republic.
Politicians and celebrities are coming out to win over the hearts of the large and prominent Indian origin community in the UK in front of that nation's general election due on 7 May 2015.
Many voters in the UK are not happy with their voting options. Sometimes, having only one candidate or party is not enough. A candidate may stand firm on certain issues of which voters approve, but they may take exception with the candidate on other issues. Furthermore, the policies supported by each MP and party are not necessarily very clear to the voters.
MILBIZ.com is an audio podcast by an active duty service member Damian Taafe-McMenamy on a MISSION to empower entrepreneurs in our military community through training, resources and by sharing the inspiring stories of successful service-members, veterans and spouses (just like you!) who have started their own successful businesses.Too many service members and spouses struggle to find meaningful work outside and after the military. Constant moves, continually changing jobs and the difficulty of capturing the military experience on a resume can make finding a job challenging. The current environment compounds this challenge through a struggling economy, a downsizing military and high unemployment for veterans and spouses.
According to Dr. Durham, the aim of the site is to keep persons abreast of the latest breaking news about issues that may affect Hillary Clinton's campaign. It has also been designed to help persons stay aware of any attacks made by right-wing conservatives against the front-running Democratic presidential candidate as she moves closer to the 2016 election.
Saudi Arabia is expected to exceed USD 37 billion in ICT spending in 2015, as originally reported in a recent IDC report. This investment, by far the highest ever by any country in the Middle East and North Africa region, is dominated by the government's spending towards achieving complete e-transformation and adoption of smart technologies.
Improper payments—or payments made to families and individuals who don't actually qualify for them—are made by the federal government every year. In 2014, though, the federal government set an all-time record high for improper payments, totally in at $124.7 billion, resulting in a $19 billion increase from the previous year.
The government is providing homeowners with free grants for home insulation projects, and a trusted grant provider is advising homeowners to be quick to take advantage of them.
An extraordinary and even historic agreement was reached on April 2, 2015. There was a successful conclusion to the negotiations and an Extraordinary Agreement has been reached between Iran and the P5+1 Block. This long awaited agreement will allow Iran and other nations to work towards Iran's peaceful nuclear development and is a step towards furthering world peace.
The RPP issue a public letter to condemn the terrorist's attack on the Garrisa University in North East Kenya. The party wishes to extend their deepest sympathies to the Kenyan President, Mr. Uhuru Kenya, his government, the people of Kenya, the relatives of the victims and those injured in this barbaric attack.
Dr. Aaron Spitz serves as the lead practitioner of Orange County Urology Associates and Vasectomy Reversal USA, a division of Orange County Urology Associates providing vasectomy reversals throughout San Diego and nationwide. Recently, Dr. Spitz visited the nation's capital to raise awareness of the looming doctor shortage in America, lobbying for greater funding for the education of new doctors. Dr. Spitz also lobbied in favor of improving different aspects of healthcare in the United States, including earlier, more effective detection of prostate cancer.
Jennifer Ugo, self-described rationalist extraordinaire, has finalized plans to broadcast her campaign on the web. Research and development for the project has been underway since last year, and is now complete. Proposed launch date is April 1st, 2015.
The Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network (FFAN) is calling on US Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) to exercise his authority as chair of the Senate Finance Committee to immediately block Fast Track of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). Among other concerns, the TPP would allow even more radioactive foods and beverages from Japan to enter the U.S. contaminated by the ongoing Fukushima Daiichi's triple nuclear meltdowns in Japan. Without Wyden's Fast Track authorization, the TPP is unlikely to gain the required two-thirds senate approval for this anti-democratic, pro-corporate treaty.
The Hon. Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, will host a reception in recognition of TORONTO 2015 Pan American/Parapan American Games volunteers on Monday, March 23, 2015 at 4 p.m.
Every so often someone will make the point that Americans shouldn't really care what the NSA is doing; after all, they give everyone full access to their "private" lives through social media. To the same degree, I wonder sometimes if we would really care if the federal government started cracking down on our 1st amendment rights, removing any speech that could be construed as offensive to any group larger than, say, fifteen people. Would people reserve the right to complain, given how readily they forsake it in the absence of force?
The SAARC region's Conjoint Academic Commission has declared the deadliest terror-incident of Lahore Church, an austerely grim "ethno-indigenous tragedy" on the face of Pakistan's perpetuating ethnic, ancestral and autochthonous predicament, that is now progressively transfiguring towards a racial crisis.
KatzAbosch is excited to announce a new website dedicated solely to our government contracting niche. The need for an additional site arose when the firm hired Linda Lang as Government Contracting Advisor and our capabilities increased. Now, the firm has value-added expertise in holistic government contract consulting in addition to accounting proficiency. KatzAbosch GovCon can now handle all aspects of higher-level support in contracting with the government. The new website showcases our team, comprehensive list of services, timely alerts, current news and events, industry affiliations and client testimonials.
The International Trade Council announces the appointment of Ms Emelia Hanson as the new Chairperson in Ghana.
The International Trade Council (ITC) announced today the appointment of Dr. Sandeep Gupta as the organisation's Chairperson in India.
As the highly-anticipated General Election draws ever closer, a fascinating quiz has launched which could help those still undecided choose which party they'll give their vote to as well as those who want to reaffirm their affiliation to their favoured party. 'Who Shall I Vote For?' (whoshallivotefor.com ) is a newly-launched website that can help users choose which political party fits their personal beliefs, by gauging their thoughts on matters of welfare, immigration, health, education and the economy.
Berliner Cohen is pleased to announce the appointment of Roberta S. Hayashi to the Santa Clara County Superior Court bench. Before her appointment to the bench, Hayashi, 56, had been head of the employment law practice and a litigation partner at Berliner Cohen since 2006, and prior to that, from 1990 to 2000, and an associate from 1982 to 1989.