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US refiner Citgo emerges as key to Venezuelas power battleUS refiner Citgo emerges as key to Venezuelas power battle
NEW YORK — The U.S. and dozens of other countries may have declared that Nicolas Maduro is no longer the legitimate president of Venezuela, but that has not loosened his grip on power. Maduro still controls the military, despite scattered defections. He has the loyalty of the Supreme Court. And he has rendered the opposition-controlled National Assembly powerless by setting up a rival constitutional assembly.But Maduro stands to lose one crucial lever of power: Houston-based refining company Citgo, a wholly owned subsidiary of Venezuelan state-owned oil company Petroleos de Venezuela SA, known by its acronym PDVSA.Americans know Citgo for its familiar red triangle logo at its more than 5,000 branded gas stations and the iconic sign visible from Fenway Park in Boston. Venezuelans know it as one of their collapsing economy’s last lifelines.The Trump administration is moving to help transfer its control to Juan Guaido, the National Assembly leader recognized by the U.S. and other countries as Venezuela’s legitimate president.Such a feat would give Guaido a slice of de facto power.“It’s more than symbolic,” said William Burke-White, a professor of international law at the University of Pennsylvania who served in the State Department under the Obama Administration. “An alternative power is starting to emerge. This is about creating a world where there is another entity contesting every point of authority that Maduro has.”Here’s a look Citgo’s critical role in Venezuela’s power struggle.___WHY IS CITGO SUCH A VALUABLE ASSET FOR VENEZUELA?U.S. refiners like Citgo are among the few customers paying cash for Venezuelan crude. Oil shipments to Venezuela’s other big customers, China and Russia, are usually taken as repayment for billions of dollars in debt. So the cash from Citgo has become a lifeline over the past two years as Venezuela’s oil output has plummeted amid chronic underinvestment in PDVSA and oil prices have dropped from historic highs.Until U.S. sanctions prohibited, Citgo also repatriated profits to PDVSA. It also sent back fuel that Venezuela needs because of its deteriorating refining capabilities, as well as diluents that PDVSA needs to mix with Venezuela’s heaviest crude oil before it can be exported. But sanctions have prohibited those exports. Like other refiners, Citgo can now only import Venezuelan crude oil if it makes payments into blocked bank accounts, which almost certainly means the PDVSA will halt shipments to the U.S.Maduro’s government also mortgaged Citgo to raise cash. Almost 50 per cent of the company’s shares were put up as collateral for a $1.5 billion loan from the Russian state-controlled oil company Rosneft. The rest of the shares are collateral for PDVSA’s 2020 bond, the only bond Venezuela has continued to make payments on in a desperate effort to hang on to Citgo.___HOW DO U.S. SANCTIONS AFFECT CITGO?Citgo itself has become a little less dependent on PDVSA in one crucial way. Like other PDVSA customers, the refiner has been forced in recent months to look for alternative sources of crude because of Venezuela’s dramatic production decline, said Jennifer Rowland, an equity research analyst for Edward Jones who focuses on the energy sector.Still, the company faces a scramble to replace a complete loss of Venezuelan supply. Citgo had been processing up to 200,000 barrels a day of Venezuelan crude before the sanctions, or about 26 per cent of the company’s total 749,000-barrel-a-day capacity. Most of the Venezuelan oil was processed at its Lake Charles refinery in Louisiana, which is specially equipped to handle the high-density, high-sulfur crude that Venezuela exports. That type of crude oil is in short supply because of production cuts in other countries like Mexico and Saudi Arabia.Citgo itself is not a target of the sanctions. The Trump administration carved out an exemption for the PDVSA subsidiary so Americans can continue doing business with it.___CAN GUAIDO PULL OFF A LEADERSHIP CHANGE AT CITGO?Guaido has said he will soon name a new board of directors for Citgo. Legally, there may be little stopping him from doing so. There is some precedent, as when the U.S. and other countries recognized a coalition of rebel groups in Libya as the official government in 2011 when Moammar Gadhafi still controlled Tripoli. The decision gave the rebel group the right to take control of Libyan assets overseas.“International law allows this to happen,” Burke-White said.Implementing the change, however, involves logistical hurdles. Pedro Burelli, a U.S.-based consultant who was a PDVSA executive board member until 1998, said Guaido must first appoint new PDVSA leaders, who would then oversee the shareholder-voting process of selecting a Citgo board. But that new PDVSA leadership would not have real access to the bureaucracy and operations of the parent company, which Maduro controls.___WHAT DOES CITGO HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THIS?As a company, Citgo has offered limited insight about how it is coping with the power struggle. What little is known reflects the company’s uneasy identity as a Venezuelan-owned entity with deep American roots.Citgo’s current chief executive, Asdrubal Chavez, is a Maduro ally and cousin of his late predecessor, Hugo Chavez. He works out of the Bahamas because the U.S. has denied him a visa.Other members of Citgo’s executive teams are U.S. citizens who have worked at the company for decades. White House national security adviser John Bolton met with some of them last month and tweeted that it was “very productive” meeting. Later, Citgo released a statement saying it was aware of a possible change in board members and “will follow the laws of the United States.”___WHAT IS CITGO’S HISTORY?The company was founded in 1910 as City Services by American oilman Henry Doherty. Now a refining and marketing operation, Citgo employs 3,400 people and runs three refineries, in Louisiana, Texas and Illinois.The company changed ownership several times before PDVSA fully bought it in 1990. At the time, relations between Venezuela and the U.S. were strong, and PDVSA was a well-regarded state oil corporation.Chavez, the firebrand socialist who died in 2013, often complained that Citgo contributed little to Venezuela’s coffers and at one point tried to sell the company. Instead, his government put loyalists in key positions, some of them with little oil industry experience. Corporate upheaval became a way of life at the company.An oil industry purge in 2017 included the arrest of former Citgo CEO Nelson Martinez, who died in prison last year. Six other Citgo executives were also arrested including five who hold U.S. passports. Maduro’s government says the purge was intended to root out corruption. Critics say it was politically motivated.___WHAT ABOUT THE CREDITORS TARGETING CITGO?It’s unclear how much financial value Citgo would be to Guaido. For one thing, the most immediate task will be keeping Citgo from falling into the hands of creditors owed billions of dollars by Venezuela and PDVSA.Economists expect Maduro to stop paying to protect Citgo, including defaulting on the 2020 PDVSA bond. He also could stop honouring settlements with companies whose Venezuelan assets were expropriated under Chavez, including the Canadian mining company Crystallex, which won a court ruling last year allowing it go after Citgo to recover its losses.Russ Dallen, managing partner of brokerage firm Caracas Capital, said the Trump administration may seek to impose a “debt shield” for Venezuela similar to a measure the U.N. implemented for Iraq during the 2003 U.S.-led invasion. But he said the measure would have to go through the Organization of American States because Maduro allies Russia and China have veto power on the U.N. Security Council.There is also the risk that Maduro will stop paying off the Rosneft loan collateralized by Citgo shares. The Trump administration has said it is exploring legal options to keep Citgo from falling into Russian hands.Alexandra Olson, The Associated Press
Rajakaruna said his government was taking efforts for rebuilding and national reconciliation through programmes, like ‘Kilakkin Udhyam’ (Eastern Reawakening) in the Eastern Province, ‘Vadakkin Vasantham’ (Northern Spring) in the Northern Province. Tamil dominated provinces have seen a growth rate of 22% to 27% in the last two years. The deputy high commission also released a film on reconstruction and resettlement. The Sri Lankan deputy high commission in Chennai disbursed citizenship certificates to 130 refugees, birth certificates to 59 and passports to 60 others yesterday.According to a report on the Times of India the Sri Lankan deputy high commissioner R K M A Rajakaruna promised the refugees a new life in Sri Lanka. Organization for Eelam Refugees Rehabilitation founder Chandrahasan said a lot of misinformation was doing the rounds, making refugees, who wanted to return, apprehensive. “Livelihood is a major concern, but our people have great resilience and ability and this was proved by the way they tackled difficulties,” he said.Sri Lanka has to sign an MoU with India on sending back Lankan refugees, besides doing away with a fee for getting birth and registration certificates for refugees, who are above 18 years of age, he said. “The military presence in north has been reduced drastically. Soldiers are not there at every house or under every tree as claimed by anti-Sri Lanka elements,” he said.
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Chris Young/The Canadian Press OTTAWA — With threats of devastating U.S. tariffs hanging over the auto sector, Canada’s economic development minister says Ottawa is considering every possible way it could respond if the Trump administration follows through on its warning.Navdeep Bains said Plan A is to continue encouraging the U.S. to back away from the tariff threat, which industry has warned would inflict significant damage on both countries’ economies.But just in case they are applied, Bains said Ottawa is considering “every conceivable option.”“We’re taking nothing off the table at this stage,” Bains said in an interview. “We’re looking at every tool in our toolbox.”Donald Trump issues fresh auto tariffs threat against Canada if NAFTA talks failHow Donald Trump has made an unlikely alliance with Big Labour on a shared hatred of NAFTATrump’s steel tariffs hitting autoparts makers, as Magna cuts sales targetsBains declined to share specifics when asked about potential industry support in Canada or retaliatory actions against the U.S., however, he noted how Ottawa took several steps to respond to American steel and aluminum duties.Earlier this summer, Ottawa applied retaliatory tariffs on $16.6-billion worth of U.S. imports of steel, aluminum and other products. It also announced a financial aid package for industries caught in the crossfire, including up to $2 billion in new funding and support for workers in steel, aluminum and manufacturing sectors.Levies, however, on the critical auto industry would have far bigger impacts on Canada’s economy — and would likely call for a far greater response.“I don’t want to get into the speculation game, all I can assure you is that we will continue to support the workers and we will continue to support the industry as we’ve done so in the past,” said Bains, who added that the government first needs to genuinely understand what the tariffs would look like and how they’re applied.“We take nothing for granted, we’re doing our due diligence, we’re doing our homework.”Tariffs on the critical auto industry would have far bigger impacts on Canada’s economy than the ones imposed on steel â and would likely call for a far greater response. U.S. President Donald Trump has made repeated threats — including one late last week — that he would slap Canada with auto tariffs. In a tweet that appeared to reference NAFTA’s ongoing renegotiation, Trump wrote that the “deal with Mexico is coming along nicely” and that “Canada must wait.”Trump then sent a warning to Ottawa: “Their Tariffs and Trade Barriers are far too high. Will tax cars if we can’t make a deal!”Ottawa has been on the NAFTA sidelines for a fourth straight week while it awaits the completion of one-on-one talks on the deal between the U.S. and Mexico.Bains said Canada has been presenting its case to the U.S. administration, state governors and other American lawmakers about the negative consequences of the tariffs on the highly integrated auto industry for both countries.Last month, Canada’s deputy ambassador to Washington, Kirsten Hillman, delivered a message during testimony at U.S. Commerce Department hearings that Ottawa would retaliate with auto tariffs of its own.The Commerce Department is investigating whether the duties should be applied based on the premise that auto imports from Canada pose a national security risk to the U.S., an idea Ottawa has rejected.To help figure out Canada’s potential responses, Bains said he’s spent much of his summer listening to the auto industry. The process included a conference call Wednesday with the Canadian Automotive Partnership Council, which has a membership that includes CEOs of the country’s five auto assemblers and of its leading parts suppliers as well as representatives from labour unions, academia, dealer associations and industry ministers from Ontario and Quebec.Council member Jerry Dias, president the country’s largest private-sector union, said the federal government has been signalling it would do something “meaningful immediately to shore up the companies” in response to U.S. auto tariffs.Dias expects a federal package to include many parts, such as incentives, work-sharing programs and guaranteed loans.“People are nervous,” he said, adding it would be “incredibly problematic” if Trump moved ahead with the tariffs. Dias, however, isn’t convinced Trump will follow through because of how much damage the levies would cause to the powerful U.S. auto sector.Political opponents say Ottawa needs to do a better job of helping people and businesses affected by U.S. tariffs already in place.Tracey Ramsey, an NDP MP from Windsor, Ont., says she’s heard from many people who have had a tough time navigating government agencies as they search for key information, such as applying for tariff exemptions and for assistance under the $2 billion worth of support promised by Ottawa.Earlier this week, the opposition New Democrats called on the Liberals to create a national task force on tariffs that would streamline the process by creating a single government portal.
ExEDL leader Tommy Robinson seen brawling at AscotExEDL leader Tommy Robinson seen brawling at Ascot
Former EDL leader Tommy Robinson has been filmed repeatedly punching a man at Ascot racecourse.The right-wing activist was caught on a coach’s dash cam footage pushing the man to the ground in a brawl.Robinson, wearing a black suit and shirt, throws around seven punches towards the man’s head before three other men step in to separate the pair. The incident is reported to have happened just after 7pm last night.It was unclear if Robinson threw the first punch and who the man in the footage was.In a tweet, Robinson said that he had been acting in “self defence”.He said: ‘”This is regarding an edited video being shared online regarding Tommy. Tommy Robinson caught on cameraCredit: Show more As Robinson held up a copy of the Koran, Morgan told him: “Show some damn respect for people’s religious beliefs.“You’re sounding like a complete lunatic. You’re sounding like a bigoted lunatic. You’re stirring up hatred.”However, Robinson said: “This book is the reason we are in such a mess.” “Tommy was at the races with his wife. This man followed them both to their coach abusing them.”Tommy and his wife went to board the coach but the man was not finished, he attacked Tommy and dragged him from the coach.”The man followed, instigated and attacked Tommy when he was with his wife. Tommy acted in self defence.” Last week, Robinson was accused of “sounding like a bigoted lunatic” by TV presenter Piers Morgan.Morgan was interviewing Robinson on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday morning in the wake of the of the Finsbury Park attack. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
However some Tory MPs have warned that the taxes are “regressive” and will penalise those who can least afford it.It comes after Theresa May was forced to water down plans to cap energy bills in the wake of the Conservative’s disastrous performance in the General Election.Before the election Mrs May pledged to cap expensive standard variable tariffs (SVTs) – so delivering a saving of up to £100 a year for 17million households.Since then the pledge appears to have been abandoned, with the regulator Ofgem instead being asked to come up with a more limited system of protection for “vulnerable” customers.The Government insists, however, that the pledge is “in no way off the table” and that it is “ruling nothing out”.British Gas said that the cost of green subsidies levied on bills has created “significant pressures” and suggested that it had no choice but to respond by raising prices. It said it is not blaming the Government but that “difficult decisions” about energy costs had had an impact on bills.”However the ministers last night hit back and suggested that the price rises are unjustified as it told the regulator to do more to safeguard vulnerable customers. Government sources highlighted the fact that British Gas is also axing a £15 dual fuel discount currently enjoyed by 3.1million of its customers from September. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. The cost of green taxes on energy bills will more than treble over the next five years, the official economic forecaster has said. The Office for Budget Responsibility said that cost of the subsidies, which are levied on household and business energy bills, is expected to rise from £4.6billion in 2015-16 to £13.5billion in 2021-22.It comes after British Gas claimed that green taxes will cost households £150 from next year as it blamed the Government for a huge rise in electricity bills.British Gas forecast that the cost of the subsidies, which are used to fund renewable sources of energy such as wind and solar, will hit £149 next year having risen by by two-thirds since 2014.It announced that 3million of its customers on a dual fuel standard variable tariff will see their bill rise by an average of £76 to £1,120.The figures will add to mounting tensions in the Conservative Party over the current push for renewable energy. Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, has signalled that more wind farms may need to be built to power a new generation of electric cars under Government plans to ban the sale of diesel and petrol vehicles. Asked about wind energy, he said that “we have no alternative to embracing new technology”.
… on CoI’sYour Eyewitness has to give a “hat tip” to EB John for critiquing the pappy show the Government’s been putting on the Commissions of Inquiry they’ve conducted. Most recently, he honed in to the one into the public service. The question one is forced to ask is, what really was the purpose of these CoI’s? Were they just stabs in the dark to justify decisions already made?For sure, the implemented recommendations by the CoI’s can be counted on the finger of one hand. That’s just not good enough for the hundreds of millions expended – and the elevated expectations aroused in their supporters. And even the few implemented – like the Bertram Collins College of the Public Service – fell woefully short of what was envisaged. We’ve already spoken of the jump in contract employees in the public service rather than the reductions recommended – and if their pre-election rhetoric were to be believed – what the Government wanted!But the CoI into sugar takes the cake. Here the government unilaterally rushed into a miniaturisation of the industry against the explicit recommendations of the CoI – starting with the closure of Wales Estate. Criticised for not following up with all the “diversifications” they’d unleash to absorb the 1700 workers there, this is the best the PR hack of GuySuCo could come up with: “Is it really possible for the corporation to not have developed a strategic programme to address employment and other matters arising out of the restructuring programme?”Well….yes!!! We don’t have to wonder about the answer to that question – the proof would be in the actions. Just don’t talk – show the sugar workers what the plan is by rolling it out! The PR flak posed the question because of the sugar union’s protests in Berbice. Well, can you blame the Berbice workers after they can see what’s happening at Wales?? Namely NOTHING!? Where’s the rice fields the cane fields were going to be transformed into?Where’s the “other crops”? Where’s even an office to rent or lease lands to workers.Why should the Berbice workers buy a pig in a poke when they’ve already seen it was just a rat squealing in the poke named “Wales Plans”? These people really believe that old saw – that all Berbicians are mad just because the mad House is located there. But the Government’s clearly unaffected about the sugar workers protests.They can march all they want out in Berbice in the sun…it’s far away from the government’s air-conditioned offices in Georgetown.They’ve got to take a leaf out of the Parking Metres Protestors” playbook! Hit Georgetown!!…in AdministrationHow many times must this PNC-led APNU/AFC twist the law into a pretzel before its supporters begin to understand eventually they’ll soon become targets?? Have they learnt nothing from the PNC’s first go around? In the beginning everything was sweet; with much “skin teeth” all around. But by the time “white mouth crept in”, “too late!!” was the cry. Remember that old saying about history coming back as “farce”??The latest farce was, before the ink was even dry on the GPSU’s Presidential ballots – and charges of “rigging” were flying fast and furious about Patrick Yarde’s claim he remained President of the GPSU – Prezzie appointed him Chairman of the Public Service Commission. This was too much for even some diehard Govt partisans. The PPP didn’t even have to comment!!How’d you place the man who’s supposed to REPRESENT public servants, head the Commission that’s supposed to DISCIPLINE them??Especially when among the said public servants, are some who dared to challenge Yarde!!Payback’s a bi*ch!!…Indentureship Symposium at UmanaSuppose you arranged a symposium and nobody heard or reported it, did it happen?? The question arises with the IAC symposium on Indentureship where half-a-dozen Government officials spoke.Did the IAC goof by having the Government celebrate immigration – at a space dedicated to our Indigenous peoples? Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related
Angry Birds coming to the kitchen classroom nursery and the silver screenAngry Birds coming to the kitchen classroom nursery and the silver screen
Sure, a year ago if someone were to tell you that you would spend hours upon hours obsessively flinging cartoon birds at egg-stealing pigs, you would most likely laugh in that person’s face. But somehow, Angry Birds creator Rovio found a way to entice over 250 million users to download and love the game. Angry Birds has become so hugely popular that Rovio has done what any smart company would do, franchise the crap out of it.Rovio is releasing a slew of new products beyond what is already a healthy stable of tie-in products, which we’ll highlight below.1. “Bad Piggies Egg Recipes”You can now make Angry Birds-inspired recipes, like egg salad sandwiches and egg sushi with the new “Bad Piggies Egg Recipes” cookbook. Clearly, the tables have turned as the pigs are literally cooking the birds’ precious eggs. No, there aren’t any fowl-inspired recipes in here, so you won’t be making any chicken salad. Rovio is promoting it as a book with easy and fuss-free recipes with fun activities mixed in. “Bad Piggies Egg Recipes” is set to ship September 10, but you can pre-order it now.2. Angry Birds Educational BooksMoving from the kitchen to the classroom, Rovio is planning to publish a line of textbooks for students ages four up to teens. Finnish company Rovio says it’s embracing the Finnish education system which emphasizes play in learning. One of the books will show geometry lessons by launching a bird through the air. We could definitely see some Pythagorean Theorem elements coming into play. Perhaps Rovio should release an educational version of the Angry Birds game where the player must complete a math problem properly to get the bird to fling at the right angle and hit the pig.3. Official Angry Birds Baby ProductsIf you want to ingrain the fine art of bird-flinging early on in your child’s development, you may want to purchase an Angry Birds baby blanket, burpie, or baby pouch. Rovio partnered with Swaddle Designs to create the first official Angry Birds baby products. Lynette Damir, CEO and creative director of Swaddle Designs said that the aspect of Angry Birds that resonates with parents is how protective the birds are and how much they love their offspring.4. Angry Birds MovieWe may also be seeing a feature-length Angry Birds film in the near future as Rovio recently hired David Maisel, the former chairman of Marvel Studios, to advise it on its entertainment strategy. Maisel has apparently been talking to potential writers, directors, and financing partners about the film. We’re fascinated to see how you manage to base a whole 90-minute feature film around this idea.5. Angry Birds Turned Superhero Speaking of Marvel, to top it all off, we thought we’d throw in a little extra Angry Birds fan action for your afternoon with these awesome Angry Birds superhero mashups. They’re available in both T-shirt and sticker form from a blog called DirtySplashBack. As you can see, all your favorite superheroes are there, and it looks like Wolverine and Nightcrawler were just added today.We hope you’ve got your Angry Birds merchandise fill for the day. What other Angry Birds products would you like to see? Make sure to check out the Angry Birds store before you comment.via AllThingsD
Three men are headed to prison for their involvement in two shootings in September 2016 — one at a Vancouver house party and the other at Vancouver’s Marine Park in which two teens were wounded.Dmitriy Yurchenko, who prosecutors say was the primary culprit in the Marine Park shooting, was sentenced Friday in Clark County Superior Court to 20 years in prison between the two cases. He pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree assault in the house party shooting and two counts of first-degree assault in the park shooting.Yurchenko, 21, of Portland was facing attempted murder charges for shooting a 16-year-old boy and 15-year-old girl during a dispute Sept. 29, 2016, at the park, 4501 S.E. Columbia Way.A co-defendant in both shootings, 21-year-old Mykola Kovalchuk, of Gresham, Ore., was also sentenced Friday to seven years in prison. Kovalchuk pleaded guilty to three counts of second-degree assault in the house party shooting and six counts of second-degree assault in the park shooting.Deputy Prosecutor Anna Klein said in a phone interview Friday that Kovalchuk received substantially less time than Yurchenko, despite his involvement in both shootings, because he cooperated with law enforcement and the prosecution. He was also found to not be as culpable as Yurchenko; he had fired his weapon into the air, and Yurchenko shot the two teens, Klein said.
Virgil Van Dijk has urged his teammates to focus on improving their game and shun claims that Manchester City are a class above Liverpool.Both teams are currently unbeaten in the League and were emphatic winners at the weekend. Liverpool beat Watford 3-0 away from home while City trounced West Ham 4-0.However, City are still bookmakers favourites after their early-season displays of shock and awe.But Van Dijk told the Mirror: “I don’t care what other people think. We are still unbeaten.Report: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“We need to look at ourselves. We are doing very well. Obviously, there is always room for improvement but we can’t be sad about the situation we are in.“We just need to keep improving. Keep doing what we are doing and get better. That’s the only way forward.”Van Dijk added: “Like I said, we can only look at ourselves. We can’t look at them.“They are the champions, they are a fantastic team. But so are we and we need to focus on our game. Then we’ll see in the end how its gonna be, whether it’s going to be very close. Hopefully, it is.”
Candidate Haugen has fairly horrible experience at Dems conventionCandidate Haugen has fairly horrible experience at Dems convention
Jon Haugen Congressional candidate Jon Haugen didn’t receive the nomination from his party on Saturday at the Democratic State Convention in Seattle, mainly because of his stance on the Columbia River Crossing project.Delegates in the 3rd District decided in a narrow vote of 38-37 to endorse Haugen. But later, Haugen’s nomination was rejected in a vote by all delegates at the state convention.Failing to clinch the nomination means Haugen will be cut off from campaign funding the party doles out to the Democratic candidates it favors. Haugen called the campaign against his nomination an “ambush” led by a group of bridge proponents from Clark County, including state Rep. Jim Moeller, D-Vancouver.“I’m the only Democrat on the ballot; this should be a perfunctory event,” Haugen said of the vote. Instead, “it was a fairly horrible experience.”Haugen is running to unseat U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, in the 3rd District. Norma Jean Stevens, who prefers no party, is also in the race.
This week, we’re hearing from Bret Connor in Anchorage. Connor designs and sells his own line of clothing called Hulin Alaskan Design.Download AudioBret Connor in Anchorage. (Photo by Ammon Swenson, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage)CONNOR: You hop in your car for like 20 minutes and you basically can walk over one little row of peaks and it feels like you’re in the middle of uncharted territory.When I was a kid actually, honestly, what I wanted to do was leave Alaska, because, you know, as a kid you want more. I wanted to live in the biggest city I could. I remember it was some time, because I just hadn’t experienced that.And now I feel like being in Anchorage really is— you’re not really in Alaska like most people say, but for me it’s perfect, because I really like how we’re getting more and more and more of this sort of city feeling to it, which I like, and at the same time we’re so close to everything else that we’ve got.I grew up up on the upper hillside area and I’d end up going home every afternoon— almost every afternoon with my really good friends and they lived way up there on the residential part by Flattop. So we’d just go up there all afternoon and just snowboard out in the backcountry and building a jump or whatever. Just kids playing around doing whatever. And then evening time comes and I’d just be like, well, time to go home and instead of like getting a ride and I didn’t yet have a car or anything it was like well, just hike one little peak back, ride down the backside of the Flattop little valley, end up on like Canyon Road, and then ride down that down Upper De Armoun and then I’d basically snowboard home. And back then it just seemed normal, but now I look back and I’m like, man that was pretty cool I get to just like use my snowboard as a means of transportation. It’s pretty cool.We’d go out on these canoe trips with my mom and dad. My sister and I didn’t always totally love every moment of it, but honestly looking back it’s like the best thing that ever happened, because I’ve come to have a really really strong appreciation for all that kind of stuff.What I’ve really always have loved to do is like the back country kind of snowboarding stuff and eventually turned that into like split boarding and getting out there. And then mountain biking in the increasingly awesome mountain biking stuff that we have just around town. And then, you know, some of the out of town trips, but like you know, down toward Seward. Just our little surrounding areas, like nothing too crazy extreme, but just kind of like utilizing all the awesome stuff that we have right at our finger tips.Now with the family and with our little daughter who is turning four in a month, now we’ve kind of altered those activities to be all inclusive for all of us, so it kind of turns into hiking with the baby backpack on the Winner Creek Trail in Girdwood or taking the mountain bike with the chariot hookup thing to tow the little one out on the coastal trail or I get to take an afternoon and run up Flattop, so that’s kind of the thing now.
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Mahbubnagar: The Sarpanch Association members in Jadcherla mandal staged a protest in the mandal headquarters on Thursday demanding the government to withdraw its proposal of giving dual cheque powers to both Sarpanches and deputy Sarpanches.Recently as the State government had advocated giving cheque powers to both Sarpanches and Deputy Sarpanches, the Sarpanch Association members in Jadcherla mandal objected to the government’s new proposal and demanded the government to withdraw it as it would come in the way of development. Also Read – Two Urban forest parks inaugurated in Hyderabad Advertise With Us The Sarpanch Association members said that this kind of dual cheque power strategy would ruin the development process in gram panchayats. “Sarpanch must be given cheque power as it was done earlier. The State government’s new proposal of giving dual cheque powers to both Sarpanch and deputy Sarpanch will serve no purpose and further it will come in the way of development as it will delay the release of funds and pace of works,” said the agitating Sarpanch Association members.
Enigma is the collection of works that go beyond a realistic or documentary representation with the intent to fulfill a more creative exchange with the audience. The photography exhibition by Saba Hasan, Ravi Dhingra, Nin Taneja and Puja Bahri that started off on 7 November shares their personal vision as fine artistes. Each of the images is independent dialogue with abstract concepts like spirituality, the enigma of life and the conundrum that we humans confront in the wondrous flow of time. Yet together, as a collective with common sensibilities they bring all these forces into a contour of colours, forms and emotional textures to give shape to an even larger, more fascinating enigma. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Hasan has made a lot of significant contributions in the realm of contemporary art and has successfully developed works across media like painting, photography, book installations, video and sound. Her photographs of the Hauz Khas park and lake area is being displayed at the show. She has built a large body of photographs tracing these walks from 2007 to 2014 and mirrored these walks around Lake Geneva, Jardins des Plantes, Kyoto’s Zen Gardens and New York’s Central Park. These photographs are in her style of an abstract artiste lifting the image from a specific place or period to echo multiple meanings. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixSaba’s images are a result of a deeply solitary exploration of colors, lines, shadows, for the love of light, of water, of the place itself and her long relationship with it Dhingra, with his photographs tries to bring out the emotions attached with every subject- the state of happiness, feelings of being sad, neglect and plight. He wants the viewer to get involved with the photographs and feel the emotions.Taneja, in her art works draws an analogy between ‘The Sun’ and ‘The woman’. Both are creators that stand tall by some invisible force. Almost all her paintings have a circular ball of energy. the sun. Her abstract figurative works follow a rhythm that verbalise her own relation with different patterns in life, in a calm state of mind connecting with nature.Bahri’s repertoire includes paintings, digital and video art, and sculpture. She exhibits widely in India and abroad. She works as an interface between the folk and contemporary arts.
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October 4, 2013 491 Views in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing Alan Fields, executive director for the “”Florida Land Title Association””:http://www.flta.org/, has joined “”WFG National Title””:http://www.wfgnationaltitle.com/, the company announced.[IMAGE][COLUMN_BREAK]As national agency counsel for WFG, Fields will serve as an underwriting and legal resource for the company’s national title agencies. He will also contributed to the firm’s national and Florida underwriting teams.Fields brings to WFG 27 years of legal experience. Before taking his executive director position with the Florida Land Title Association, he served as Florida State Counsel for one of the industry’s largest national underwriters. Prior to that, he worked as general counsel and in operational roles for several public and private corporations.””Alan’s keen insights have led numerous title agents through a maze of legislative and legal challenges,”” said Joseph Drum, Esq., EVP, agency division for the company. “”His creativity and leadership in today’s times warrant him coming to WFG where he will help its continued alignment with agents.”” New,FLTA Executive Director Joins WFG National Title Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Investors Lenders & Servicers Movers & Shakers Processing Service Providers 2013-10-04 Tory Barringer Share
Amazon highlights developments with produce, groce … March 01 , 2019 U.S.: Amazon, Walmart to pilot online grocery purc … Amazon would reportedly use acquisitions of smaller grocery chains to expand its grocery footprint, but it’s unclear whether the new stores would carry the Amazon name or a separate brand.The WSJ reports that Amazon has already signed leases for locations in cities like Chicago, San Francisco, and Seattle, where it has both existing Whole Foods and Amazon Go locations. The company plans to open its first store in Los Angeles as early as the end of the year, according to the publication. Shares of major food retailers all fell on hearing the news. Kroger Co., the U.S.’s biggest traditional grocery chain, dropped as much as 6.4%, while Walmart and Costco Wholesale Corp. also declined.The Seattle-based company has been experimenting with online delivery of groceries for more than a decade. In 2017 it got into brick-and-mortar food retail with its 2017 purchase of Whole Foods. Amazon has also expanded Amazon Go, its cashierless convenience store concept, to 10 stores. You might also be interested in How Amazon sparked change in grocery industry … Amazon boosts ties with French food retailer Casin … Amazon.com is planning to open dozens of grocery stores in several major U.S. cities, as the retail giant looks to broaden its reach in the food business, the Wall Street Journal reports.These stores would reportedly be distinct from both the company’s existing Whole Foods chain and its cashier-less Go convenience stores.The goal would be to better penetrate the traditional grocery market dominated by companies like Albertson’s, Kroger, Publix, and Walmart, according to the WSJ.
If you prefer silver service to self-catered then Skyscanner compares hotel resort and hostel prices. Find the best deal here.The Hideaway, Portloe, CornwallTurn off the mobile (there’s no signal here anyway) and get ready to breathe in that salty air; this three-storey holiday cottage by the sea is just moments from the water’s edge in the traditional Cornish fishing village of Portloe. Refurbished in 2014, it has two double en suite bedrooms, a separate living area with fully fitted kitchen, a dining area and a private terrace. Guests can dine next door at The Lugger Hotel, or enjoy their spa. Check out more gorgeous places to visit in Cornwall with our guide.The Hideaway costs from £190* a night (minimum 4 night stay).![The Hideaway cottage](http://content.skyscnr.com/fe28f2757bf5a50958780c12fa14201f/hideaway-cottage-cornwall.jpg”The Hideaway cottage”)Belle Boatique, EdinburghOk, so this one’s not technically a cottage – but who cares? This cute and cosy moored houseboat in the Lochrin Basin on Union Canal is just a few minutes walk from the Royal Mile, Princes Street and Edinburgh Castle, and comes complete with two double cabins, a lounge, a kitchen-diner, a shower room and a deck with seating, BBQ, sun loungers and fishing rods. There are even two folding bicycles for exploring out of the city – make it as far as pretty Linlithgow along the canal (22 miles), and you can call in at Linlithgow Palace, Mary Queen of Scots’ birthplace. And if you want somewhere to head in the evenings, take our tour of the best pubs in Edinburgh.Belle Boatique sleeps four and costs from £1,370 for seven nights.![Belle Boatique in Edinburgh](http://content.skyscnr.com/8ccf4e90fc156334bb52bcd0cf22e167/belle-boatique-edinburgh.jpg”Belle Boatique”)The Watermill, Snowdonia, WalesWant a self-catering holiday steeped in history? Book this unusual cottage to sleep surrounded by the old machinery of an old flour mill on the Harlech estuary. There’s even a working water wheel. Get cosy by the log burning stove or in the sauna, cook meals on the Aga and explore the garden and mill pond. There’s a king-sized bedroom downstairs and a double and twin upstairs. Explore the finest sands in Wales with our guide, including the island of Anglesey, just north of Harlech.The Watermill sleeps six in the main building and an additional two in an adjacent annex and costs from £720 for a three-night break.![The Watermill, Snowdonia](http://content.skyscnr.com/189afb7839b8903188c6baae39bf87b6/watermill-snowdonia-lounge.jpg”The Watermill”)Beach Cottage, Cary Arms, Babbacombe Bay, DevonSunny and sheltered, Babbacombe Bay is the perfect place to unwind. Book the Beach Cottage at the Cary Arms and you’ll get the best of both worlds – a hotel for long, lazy lunches and spa treatments and a home to call your own complete with Aga, log fire and large living room. You’ll be facing out to sea here and there’s plenty of space to bring the whole family (two super king bedrooms, one king bedroom and one children’s bedroom). Explore the vicinity for the unusual cliff railway at Babbacombe and walks along the beautiful South West Coast Path. Inspired to visit the beach? Check out Britain’s best.The Beach Cottage at the Cary Arms sleeps six adults and two children and costs from £2,750 a week.![The Beach Cottage at Cary Arms, Devon](http://content.skyscnr.com/07208e82d3d9052377e4c657f81ef1a5/cary-arms-cottage.jpg”Beach Cottage”)The Big House, Sound of Harris, Isle of Harris, ScotlandEscape to the Outer Hebrides and stay in this deluxe cottage atop the cliffs. All rooms have floor-to-ceiling glass windows for uninterrupted views over the Sound of Harris towards Ensay, Killegray and Pabbay and the furnishings are mid-century British, for a classically stylish feel. There’s a kitchen and adjacent dining space under a vaulted ceiling and a shower room with Japanese-style soaking tub. The Isle of Harris is joined to the Isle of Lewis, so you can fly to Lewis’ Stornoway Airport and then travel south, if you don’t want to take the ferry. Check our guide to the most spectacular Scottish views..A week at the Big House starts from £765 and sleep two.![The Big House at the Sound of Harris](http://content.skyscnr.com/9b4b4ad741e56590e3e8b952ab72937b/sound-harris-cottage.jpg”The Big House”)The Lodge House, Blenheim Park, OxfordshireThis year marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of architect and designer, Capability Brown, and what better way to mark it than to sleep surrounded by one of his greatest creations, Blenheim Palace Park? The secluded three-bedroom Lodge House nestles in woodland and has wonderful views overlooking a lake, plus the park has a zip wire, slide, swings, trampoline and play house to keep the children entertained. You’re just a 20 minute journey from Oxford, too.Seven nights at the Lodge House costs £3,276 based on six people sharing. Credit: xiquinhosilva, CC BY 2.0.Clydey Cottages, PembrokeshireIf you want all the facilities of a resort while still getting your home from home, these are the cottages for you. Clydey Cottages are around 11 miles from Cardigan and set in a series of eighteenth century farm buildings, featuring wooden beams, open fires and access to the luxurious indoor swimming pool, as well as one of four separate bedrooms. There are no price rises for the school holidays and there’s an included children’s club (aka free childcare!) and daily animal feedings. Wales has a gorgeous coastline – see the very best of the Welsh coast in our photo gallery.Short breaks at Clydey Cottages start from £400 and weeks from £700. Triumphal Arch, Leominster, HerefordshireDesigned by Henry Holland, this unusual holiday letting is situated in one half of the entrance archway to the Berrington Hall Estate and was formerly the coachman’s home and a shooting lodge. There are two double bedrooms and one single, as well as an open-plan kitchen/dining area with wood-burning stove and a bathroom with rolltop bath. The cottage also has its own private garden, and guests get access to Berrington Hall’s parkland when the house is closed to the public. Ten minutes’ drive will take you to the market town of Leominster, for cream teas and surprisingly quick access to the surrounding countryside, and plenty of photo opps of the Black Mountains.A week in the Triumphal Arch costs from £771 for up to five people.![The Triumphal Arch in Herefordshire](http://content.skyscnr.com/e453e59ed23738242a15485fe4e15a32/triumphal-arch-cottage.jpg”The Triumphal Arch”)Crookhouse Mill, Kirknewton, NorthumberlandWide open skies and spectacular sunsets make a stay in Northumberland memorable – this brand new cottage makes it unforgettable. Set at the end of a private road high in the hills on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, the cottage has open-plan living down to a tee, with French windows opening onto the garden and a vast open kitchen and snug offering the perfect place to cook, relax and entertain. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms too, so bring the whole gang. Pub nights and locally-sourced meals can be had at the Collingwood Arms in Cornhill on Tweed, eight miles away from the cottage and just shy of the Scottish border._A week at Crookhouse Mill starts from £950 for up to eight people._![Crookhouse Mill in Northumberland](http://content.skyscnr.com/c0194ed070e108272e51337de81ff5d0/crookhouse-mill-cottage.jpg”Crookhouse Mill”)Inspired to book somewhere a bit different for your next holiday? Check out these ideas…Sleeping with the fishes: the world’s best underwater hotelsSlumber beneath the waves at one of the world’s most enticing underwater hotels. 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seizures can interrupt a newborn’s brain from making all the right connections it needs to develop its myriad networks–for an immune system digestive system functioning brain strong bones growing muscles Without those networks babies can suffer from severe developmental disorders and many don’t make it past their second birthday Gold wanted to do an MRI the next day to be sure In the worst case he advised the Manuels they would have to decide whether to allow doctors to insert tubes to help Sebastiana breathe and eat or let her die a natural death without them The Manuels prepared for the worst Catholics from Guatemala they didn’t want their daughter to die without being baptized so they hurriedly arranged a ceremony in the NICU with the priest and family surrounding Sebastiana’s crib But Sebastiana had one thing going for her A year before she was born Dr Stephen Kingsmore launched a genomics institute at Rady designed to help babies like her From any infant younger than 4 months who has a sickness that can’t be explained Kingsmore’s team takes a vial of blood to run a genetic test Within days they sequence the entire genome of the baby looking for clues to explain the undiagnosed symptoms and alert doctors to any abnormalities they see in the DNA On the basis of those results which arrived six days after Sebastiana’s birth–and a few days after her baptism–Gold adjusted his initially dire prognosis Sebastiana’s DNA told him that an antiseizure drug different from those that doctors normally use–one that is rarely used in infants–would be more effective at treating her seizures The other drugs were making her sleepy and if they were used for too long her development could be slowed The MRI showed that there wasn’t likely anything physically wrong with her brain so if Gold controlled Sebastiana’s seizures there was a chance it could develop normally Once he made the switch she became more alert responding to her parents and eating as any healthy infant would And her seizures stopped The genetic-testing program at Rady is still in the study phase which means it’s not part of standard care for babies with mystery symptoms–yet All the infants who have had their DNA mapped are part of a research trial But so far Kingsmore’s team has decoded the genomes of about 100 newborns with unexplained illnesses Of those about half had their symptoms explained with a proper diagnosis and of those 80% received life-changing treatments that doctors otherwise might never have considered The power of using genetic testing in real time persuaded the Food and Drug Administration to allow Kingsmore’s group to report their results directly to doctors without the additional confirmation that the agency normally requires (which could take up to a week) if it would change the baby’s treatment The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has supported Kingsmore’s work with a $6 million grant and other doctors are starting to appreciate how useful genetic information can be By the end of the year 15 children’s hospitals across the country will start sending samples from their most challenging patients to Rady so that they too can make better decisions about how to diagnose and treat those patients If Kingsmore gets his way mapping the DNA of these babies will one day be as standard as ordering a blood test These infants often carry the answer to their own mystery illnesses in their very DNA; it’s just a matter of recognizing and reading the genetic clues “If they don’t have a diagnosis doctors are trying to hit a piñata with a blindfold on” says Kingsmore “All we’re trying to do is take the blindfold off” The babies whose genomes Kingsmore is sequencing including Sebastiana are part of the NIH study to document how useful DNA mapping can be With more babies and more genetic maps he hopes to prove that smart genomic testing can save lives which in turn will persuade not just doctors treating newborns but other physicians treating adults for nearly any disease to start thinking of their patients’ DNA as the next indispensable tool in medicine It could pave the way for using genetics to diagnose and treat disease and validate the power of personalized medicine “His project is going to be a watershed” says Dr Tracy Trotter chair of the council on genetics at the American Academy of Pediatrics “When you see that it saves lives and it saves brains when you are touched by that as a physician one time you are forever interested” Kingsmore’s genetic operation is concentrated in a 2700-sq-ft space on the second floor of one of Rady’s medical office buildings An affable 57-year-old Irishman prone to sports analogies he has a gentle lilt and warm demeanor that make him an apt advocate for babies Previously he led the Center for Pediatric Genomic Medicine at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City Mo” Stanton wrote in the post he shared on social media” “I am a journalist solo sprayer pumps BSP General Secretary and Rajya Sabha member S C Mishra said 30 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