Daily Press Briefing – April 12, 2016

Daily Press Briefing – April 12, 2016

MR TONER: Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to the State Department. Just very quickly, one brief thing. Oh, I’ll wait for – sorry, I didn’t give a full two minutes. Please, sir. Have a seat, Justin. QUESTION: Thank you. Please. MR TONER: (Laughter.) Quickly at the top, and then I’ll get to your questions. And this Read more about Daily Press Briefing – April 12, 2016[…]

On the Record: Freedom to Negotiate Act

On the Record: Freedom to Negotiate Act

The Mean Green Machine of AFSCME is on a roll. Earlier this month, the Governor of Nevada signed a bill empowering 20,000 state employees with collective bargaining rights. They now have a seat at the table to negotiate for a fair return on their work, for safer working conditions, and more. This is the biggest Read more about On the Record: Freedom to Negotiate Act[…]

Why Michigan? | Daniel Loepp, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

Why Michigan? | Daniel Loepp, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

Where I’ve seen the biggest change in our state is the cohesiveness of the business community, no matter whether you’re headquartered in Grand Rapids or Detroit or Traverse City or Marquette, we embrace now this as a state. Not as different regions. Sort of the one Michigan thought. There’s great opportunity in any part of Read more about Why Michigan? | Daniel Loepp, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan[…]

Secretary Pompeo remarks at President Trump’s event on “Religious Freedom.”

Secretary Pompeo remarks at President Trump’s event on “Religious Freedom.”

SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you all. I want to thank the many world leaders who are here today. Thank you, Vice President Pence, for your work on this issue. I especially want to thank President Trump for being a champion of people of faith all around the world. The Bible says that “Whatever is true, whatever Read more about Secretary Pompeo remarks at President Trump’s event on “Religious Freedom.”[…]

CSULB Duncan Anderson Design Gamel Prather

CSULB Duncan Anderson Design Gamel Prather

Thanks everybody for coming out. Full House, much appreciated show of hands who started at what level or is everybody in here in design that’s maybe the first question mostly design anybody not in design? okay as freshman? sophomores? K Junior? and seniors top seniors my brand is called the original article for design anyways Read more about CSULB Duncan Anderson Design Gamel Prather[…]

Every State in the US

Every State in the US

This is “Every State in the US” by Wendover Productions and made possible by The Great Courses Plus. We’ll start with Alabama, the first state alphabetically. Magnolia Springs, Alabama is the only town in America to have their mail delivered by boat, although the longest mail delivery route in America is in rural Oklahoma where Read more about Every State in the US[…]

Structure of the Court System: Crash Course Government and Politics #19

Structure of the Court System: Crash Course Government and Politics #19

Hi, I’m Craig and this is Crash Course Government and Politics. As fans of our series know, here at Crash Course we believe in hierarchy. First at the top you got me, then there’s John Green, then Stan, then Brandon, then Zulaiha, then a bunch of independent contractors – wait I’m an independent contractor. But Read more about Structure of the Court System: Crash Course Government and Politics #19[…]

Tiger Woods getting professional help to manage meds

Tiger Woods getting professional help to manage meds

BOTTLES OF ALCOHOL BEFORE THEY RAN AWAY.>>>NEW THIS MORNING, TIGER ROADS IS ANNOUNCED HE’S GETTING PROFESSIONAL HELP AFTER HIS ARREST IN JUPITER LAST MONTH. HE POSTED A MESSAGE ON TWITTER SAYING THE HELP WILL ALLOW HIM TO FIND BETTER WAYS TO DEAL WITH BACK PAIN AND A SLEEP DISORDER. THIS COMES AFTER HE HAD AN

Collectivism and Individualism

Collectivism and Individualism

philosophers have long debated over whether it is the collective or the individual who should be viewed as superior and of more value but rarely has a consensus being met this unresolved debate is important because the prevailing views on this issue often determined how a society organizes itself and thus the quality of life Read more about Collectivism and Individualism[…]

California’s Flag and its Story

California’s Flag and its Story

The first flags in what is now the American state of California were those of the European colonial empires of the Spanish and Russians that explored and traded there. California became part of Mexico when that country gained independence in 1821. Alta California remained a northern province of Mexico until 1846 when the short lived Read more about California’s Flag and its Story[…]