CAIR Decries Senate’s Kavanaugh Confirmation

WASHINGTON, Oct. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today decried the full Senate’s confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh as a justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.

CommerceWest Bank Helped Provide Service Dogs to our Wounded Veterans

IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — CommerceWest Bank (OTCBB:CWBK) helped Patriotic Service Foundation provide service dogs to our wounded veterans by sponsoring the 22 to Zero annual gala. Patriotic Service Foundation matches veterans with highly trained and skilled service dogs. The service dogs help our veterans become more independent, self-confident and comfortable with life

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Missing Saudi Journalist

National Press Club leaders expressed profound concern Saturday about the continued disappearance of a Saudi journalist and especially about reports he may have been killed by Saudi government personnel.

The Trumps Will Come and Go

Joschka Fischer, German Foreign Minister until 2005, underlined the necessity of the United States of America remaining part of the multilateral world. Speaking at the 2018 Rhodes Forum, Fischer expressed the opinion that the American body politic beyond the president and the immediate White House team still shared a sense of international responsibility and still

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JustGiving Unveils Social Currency

JustGiving has unveiled The Care button, social currency to allow anyone to express what they care about on the JustGiving platform and beyond. The Care button, which will be rolled out across charity pages on JustGiving over the next few weeks, allows a user to show they care about a cause instantly on any charity

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Wendy Davis Caught Lying in Bio

Texas State Senator Wendy Davis, who is running for office of Governor of Texas, has been caught red-handed lying about facts in her bio–and she admits it. Wendy Davis may have also even lied under oath, “testifying in a federal lawsuit over redistricting that “I got divorced by the time I was 19 years old,”

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Mindy McCready Dead at 37

Mindy McCready, the country music star, is dead. According to reports, she has committed suicide at the age of 37. Mindy McCready was an American country music singer. Active since 1995, she has recorded a total of five studio albums. Her debut album, 1996’s Ten Thousand Angels, was released on BNA Records and was certified

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Trinity Valley Electric Cooperative Uses Power to Force Customers to Donate to Foundation

Trinity Valley Electric Cooperative (TVEC), an electric distribution cooperative that serves about 50,000 electric meters in an area just southeast of Dallas, Texas, has taken an unprecedented approach to building their own charity. TVEC has started a program that they’re calling “Operation Roundup“, where customers will automatically have their electric bills “rounded up” to the

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Children’s Health Fund Responds to State of the Union

The following is a statement from Dr. Irwin Redlener, president and co-founder of Children’s Health Fund, following the State of the Union address by the President of the United States: “The president made a strong case for universal early education in America, along with raising the minimum wage. But his commitment to eliminate extreme poverty

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Pope Benedict XVI to Resign

Benedict XVI, the 265th Pope, a position in which he serves dual roles as Sovereign of the Vatican City State and leader of the Catholic Church, has announced that he is resigning on February 28, 2013. As Pope, he is regarded as the successor of Saint Peter the Apostle. According to several sources, he has

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Obama lawyer warned against certifying eligibility

Bob Unruh WND.com September 4, 2012 A former U.S. Justice Department attorney who founded the government watchdog Judicial Watch and later Freedom Watch has warned a key Barack Obama attorney that Democratic Party or state elections officials certifying Obama’s eligibility for the 2012 election could be charged with election fraud. Larry Klayman explains in a

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al-Qaeda is Consolidating Their Position in Northern Mali

An expert panel hosted by the Carnegie Endowment and Atlantic Council warned Thursday that al-Qaeda terrorists are consolidating their position in northern Mali — buoyed by drug-trafficking, kidnapping ransoms, Libyan arms, and an influx of extremists. As the international community deliberates next steps on the Mali “meltdown,” analysts worry about the spread of an Arc

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President Barack Obama to Address Nation’s Latino Leadership

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) announced today that President Barack Obama will address the nation’s Latino leadership at the organization’s 29th Annual Conference on Friday, June 22, in Orlando, Florida. The address will occur during a three-day convention of nearly 1,000 Latino public officials working at all levels of government

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Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives: Students outline vision for education ahead of federal budget

Students are bringing forward their budget priorities in this year’s Alternative Federal Budget, “A budget For The Rest Of Us”. Students’ recommendations for increasing access to post-secondary education are included in the document released today by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA). The Alternative Federal Budget shows that a number of services that work

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Science Applications International Corporation Reaches Settlement with U.S. Attorney and City of New York

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) [NYSE: SAI] has reached a settlement with the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York and the City of New York concerning the CityTime automated workforce management system. Under the terms of the settlement, SAIC will pay $500.4 million in restitution and penalties, and an independent monitor will

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