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    Top GOP senators, including the chamber’s number two Republican, categorically rebutted former President Donald Trump‘s claim that he had the power to declassify documents “just by saying, ‘It’s declassified,’ even by thinking about it.” “There’s a process for declassifying documents. And I think it ought to be adhered to and followed,” said Sen. John Thune (R-SD), the minority whip in the U.S. Senate, when questioned on Trump’s comments by CNN’s Manu Raju on Thursday. “And I believe there’s a formal process that needs to go through it, that needs to be gone through and documented. As I understand the executive branch requirements, there is a process that one must go through,” added Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) in a mash-up of answers to Raju. “I think anyone who takes the time to appropriately protect that information and who has taken the time to see what’s in the information, would have serious concerns about how items could be accessed if they’re not stored properly,” said Sen. Mike Rounds (R-SD) as well to Raju. “So breaking from the former president and his allies...
    (CNN)As Shirley Oldale tucked her 3-year-old son into bed, he said, "I am sad because I wanted to play, and I don't want to go to bed."Oldale, a mother in West Yorkshire, United Kingdom, has been teaching her child how to express his emotions since he was 30 months old. "I feel so proud when I hear him express his emotions as I know I was not encouraged to express emotions associated with challenge or so-called difficult emotions such as anger," she said.To teach her son about emotions, she reads flip books with pictures of facial expressions that show how children feel and why they might feel that way. With Omicron, parents of kids under 5 are even more stressedThat ability Oldale is teaching her son is called emotional literacy, and it's something many parents and caregivers are taking a proactive role in teaching their children.Read MoreEmotions drive many aspects of the human experience like the quality of relationships with friends and family, said Marc Brackett, director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and professor at the Yale...
    Sen. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York City, a major proponent of green energy, has been arguing that the fossil fuel industry has way too much influence on lawmakers — and she found evidence of that influence when questioning ExxonMobile CEO Darren Woods during a recent hearing. Referring to the Build Back Better Act of 2021, Ocasio-Cortez asked Woods, "Have you participated in any calls with members of Congress throughout this process of reconciliation and infrastructure?" — to which Woods responded, "I have." AOC: Have you participated in any calls with members of Congress throughout this process of reconciliation and infr… https://t.co/RxBSQyC5u4 — Acyn (@Acyn) 1635447796.0 Following the hearing, Ocasio-Cortez tweeted: And there it is. https://t.co/JNLmLEBC2L — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez) 1635447321.0 From Your Site Articles
    08/16/2021 at 6:18 PM CEST A genetic program protects neurons from degeneration: New research at the University of Bonn in Germany has discovered genes in fruit flies that apparently have a similar function in humans. These genes respond to a program aimed at avoiding neurodegeneration, which appears from specific pathologies or due to the brain aging processes themselves. According to scientists, WNK kinase regulates and supports a process that protects neurons. At the same time, it inhibits at least two other proteins that play an important role in neurodegeneration. The study was recently published in the journal Neuron. The genetic mechanism that is activated to prevent neurodegeneration was previously unknown, but the researchers maintain that it has been present for hundreds of millions of years, both in the insects studied and in humans. It is a genetically based mechanism that controls neuronal development, and at the same time generates a protection against neurodegenerative processes. According to German specialists, this discovery could be a starting point for the development of new pharmacological strategies against different diseases that...
    In 1764 Cesare Beccaria, prominent Italian philosopher, writer and jurist published On Crimes and Penalties, an essential pillar of the Criminal law contemporary and the guarantees of the process as we know them today. Beccaria stated the following: “A man cannot be called guilty before the judge’s sentence, nor can society take away his public protection except when it has been decided that he violated the covenants with which that protection was granted to him ”. Much has evolved procedural systems from the Enlightenment until the guarantees have obtained their maximum recognition in the texts that appeared after World War II. Among these procedural guarantees developed in the most advanced democracies, the consolidation of the presumption of innocence stands out. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), in its article 11 indicates: “Any person accused of a crime he has the right to be presumed innocent as long as his guilt is not proven, in accordance with the law in a public trial in which all the necessary guarantees for his defense have been assured ”. Article 14.2...
    Chelsea Handler isn’t on board with ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin receiving a trial in the May 2020 arrest and subsequent death of George Floyd. The liberal stand-up comedian and talk show host made her stance clear on Tuesday when the trial for Chauvin -- who was seen on video holding his knee against Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes during the May 25 arrest -- continued into its second day. "So pathetic that there is a trial to prove that Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd when there is video of him doing so," Handler, 46, wrote as the trial resumed. Chauvin, 45, is facing charges of second-and third-degree murder and manslaughter. CHELSEA HANDLER SAYS SHE WAS 'A SELF-ABSORBED LUNATIC' DURING HER LATE-NIGHT SHOW RUN VideoShe later issued her judgment in response to a tweet on social media that supported our nation’s need for a trial process "or our justice system would be even more chaotic than it already is." However, the funny woman responded to the social media user in a follow-up tweet, "Perhaps we skip trials when there is audio and...
    « This time there is something that is not right”, Said President Luis Arce about the absence of jurors to the voting tables, a fact that delays the process and generates many complaints on social networks. The highest national authority considered it necessary for the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) to evaluate why several citizens who were drawn and trained did not go to the voting points. « It is very unfortunate what was evidenced in several tables, this should generate a deep reflection in the electoral body, that did not happen in the general elections, but this time there is something that is not right, apparently, It is something that the electoral body must evaluate« Said the president. Arce raised his left fist when inserting his ballots into the amphorae and then he considered that This process will lead to the consolidation of the « recovery of democracy », which is why he urged the population to participate en masse. « The Bolivian people today consolidate the recovery of democracy that we began in October of last year, the active participation of...
    First, they must make sure that the eggs survive the journey. The astronauts return to the Moon. This is a reality that has been known for some time and there are space agencies, such as the POT, which has already selected its chosen ones. But since the mission is not a touch & go, the issue of food must be solved. Therefore, there is an idea that proposes that eggs are raised on Earth’s natural satellite. For now the project is seen with good eyes and has the green light by scientists. The idea is that the first trips go with Sea Bass eggs and that these are raised with water from the Moon. Although they must first make sure that the embryos survive the trip into space. Daily Mail review that the project is called Lunar Hatch and for now they are in the first phase. This consists of carrying out simulations of the vibrations generated by the launch of a rocket. They then subject a set of fertilized eggs to this environment. Fish Eggs on the Moon...
    Bradley Cortright March 2, 2021 0 Comments New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is facing bipartisan calls for his resignation as multiple women are accusing him of sexual harassment. However, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) says he does not believe the governor should simply resign.  “Rather than jumping to the conclusion that he should resign, I think what should happen is there should be a process, where the people who make the accusations can be heard, and he can defend himself,” he told Fox News. He added, “I think that’s the best thing for the people of New York, and the best thing for the country.” Watch the video below: LISTEN: @AriFleischer reacts after third woman has accused NY Gov. Cuomo of unwanted advances #AmericaReports pic.twitter.com/3JbzuKCXib— America Reports (@AmericaRpts) March 2, 2021 Two former aides have accused Cuomo of making unwanted sexual advances ranging from unwanted touching or kissing and asking questions about their personal lives. A third woman has come forward to allege that she was subjected to unwanted touching. Cuomo has denied that the acted inappropriately as he said in a...
    January 12, 2021 6:50 PM | With information from EFE 15 minutes. The outgoing US president, Donald Trump, said Tuesday that there is “zero risk” that his cabinet will be removed under the process established in the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, and denounced the “assault on freedom of expression” that has been looming over him and his followers after the attack on the Capitol. In a speech during his visit to the wall on the border with Mexico, Trump referred for the first time to the requests of the Democratic opposition that his vice president, Mike Pence, initiate a process to remove him under that constitutional amendment. “Amendment 25 is zero risk to me, but it will take its toll on (President-elect) Joe Biden and his Administration. As the expression says, be careful what you wish for,” Trump said, without clarifying what he meant, given that Biden has not come to explicitly request that this mechanism be activated. The lower house plans to pass a bill on Tuesday that will urge Pence to activate that amendment. It indicates that...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared on ABC’s This Week on Sunday and expressed some optimism about the trajectory of coronavirus vaccinations in the United States, The Daily Caller reported. “What we need to catch up with now is getting into people’s arms because there’s now about 4 million,” he said. “We wanted to get to 20 million. But some little glimmer of hope is that in the last 72 hours they’ve gotten 1.5 million doses into people’s arms which is an average of about 500,000 a day, which is much better than the beginning when it was much, much less than that.” Fauci continued to say that the country is still not where it needs to be with its vaccine distribution and acknowledged that the initial promise of 20 million preparations distributed by the end of 2020 did not come to fruition. He continued to note that there have been a few missteps in the process, which he said was “understandable” Nevertheless, the infectious disease expert expressed optimism that it could reach this point if it focuses on accelerating the process....
    There is so far no evidence of massive voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election as President Trump has claimed, Fox News' Chris Wallace said Friday. “You heard John Roberts just said there is a debate in the White House. Some people are saying give up gracefully, talk about the unity of the nation and concede the election. That doesn’t seem to be certainly based on what the president said around 6:30 eastern last night,” the host of "Fox News Sunday" told “America’s Newsroom.” Wallace said Trump has “every right to challenge the election count in a lot of these states.” “So far, you’re not seeing the kind of mass fraud of a scale that would be enough to overturn an election that would lead to victory,” Wallace said. Wallace said the difference between the 2000 Bush-Gore legal dispute over the Florida electoral process and the current situation is that it had a legitimate issue: the margin was 500 votes and there was a controversy over “butterfly ballots.” TRUMP'S VOTER-FRAUD REMARKS DRAW CRITICISM FROM SOME REPUBLICANS Trump faced some pushback from his own party Thursday after warning about...
    Thursday, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) sounded off on the President Donald Trump campaign filing a lawsuit to have better access for campaign observers at locations where ballots are being processed and counted in the state. Referring to the lawsuit, Trump tweeted his campaign had a “Big legal win in Pennsylvania!” Shapiro told “MSNBC Live” that “there is transparency baked into the system” of ballot counting. He then urged for any rhetoric suggesting illegality is taking place in Pennsylvania “to go away.” “Look, I don’t really want to get into a back-and-forth with the Trump campaign over semantics,” Shapiro advised. “They seem to want to continue to run a rhetorical campaign, and I would just say like the campaign is over Hallie. The votes were cast, and now we have to count them and respect the will of the people. And I’m not going to let anyone stop that process of counting.” “There is transparency baked into the system where candidates from all parties and all parties and what have you have the opportunity to observe,” he continued. “Hallie,...
    Sonali Kolhatkar October 17, 2020 1:59AM (UTC) This article was produced by Economy for All, a project of the Independent Media Institute. The federal government's killing of Michael Reinoehl exactly two months before the November 3 presidential race ought to have been one of the most high-profile election issues being discussed in America. Instead, it has been almost forgotten save for some media outlets starting to question the official narrative of his death. The little-known self-proclaimed "antifa" activist was killed by federal agents on September 3. Officers claimed that he had fired shots at them before being gunned down. But a week after his killing, the Washington Post found that "the wanted man wasn't obviously armed." The Thurston County sheriff in Lacey, Washington, where the suspect was killed, released a public statement saying his investigation team "can confirm… that Mr. Reinoehl pointed the handgun that he had in his possession at the officers at the time of the shooting." The U.S. Marshals Service whose forces were the ones that shot Reinoehl released a similar statement claiming that the fugitive task force that had been sent to...
    Bradley Cortright September 21, 2020 0 Comments Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is showing no signs of caving to pressure to hold off on filling the Supreme Court vacancy that opened up in the wake of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death. During his first speech on the Senate floor since the court announced Ginsburg’s death, McConnell said, “President Trump’s nominee for this vacancy will receive a vote on the floor of the Senate.” He continued to claim that “the same individuals who tried every conceivable dirty trick to obstruct Justice Gorsuch and Justice Kavanaugh are lining up to proclaim the third time will be the charm.” “The American people are about to witness an astonishing parade of misrepresentations about the past, misstatements about the present, and more threats against our institutions from the same people… who’ve already been saying for months they want to pack the Court,” he added. Watch the video below: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell: "President Trumps nominee for this vacancy will receive a vote on the floor of the Senate." https://t.co/58wHr1kiD0 pic.twitter.com/cTjrpAKjuG— ABC News (@ABC) September...
    Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) said there is precedent for confirming a U.S. Supreme Court judge in a short period of time, providing her remarks Friday on Sirius XM’s Breitbart News Tonight with host Jerome Hudson. Blackburn joined Breitbart News Tonight just a few hours after the Supreme Court announced the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who had served on the Court since 1993 and was one of its most well-known, liberal members. Blackburn first expressed her condolences for Ginsburg’s family and offered praiseworthy comments of the late justice, saying, “She was quite a remarkable individual and so accomplished and so straightforward and blunt and really earned her spot, and that always impressed me. She and I came from very different political positions. You can say that she was truly a principled classical liberal.” Hudson pointed out that Ginsburg’s open seat on the Supreme Court has already generated significant politicization from Democrats who oppose Trump appointing the next justice. Blackburn affirmed, “We know that the Democrats are going to try to make this an issue in the election. We...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Primary Day is here in Colorado. The big race is between former Gov. John Hickenlooper and former state House Speaker Andrew Romanoff to take on incumbent Republican Sen. Cory Gardner, but the party races also include seats for the U.S. House of Representatives and the state Legislature of Colorado. With a doubt the pandemic will have a big role in this year’s turn out. Data from the Secretary of State’s Office shows that over 1 million ballots have already been returned. It could even set a new record, however there have been concerns about voting fraud amid mail-in ballots. (credit: CBS) Alton Dillard with the Denver Elections Division explained, there’s a very detailed and thorough process to ensure that doesn’t happen at the local level. “After the ballots leave people’s hands, there are all kinds of security protocols in place. One thing people have to understand is that we verify every single signature on every single mail ballot. The people who handle signatures are actually trained by a forensic handwriting analyst and we also receive training through...
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