In order to be “neutral,” which JCPenney most certainly is, they have to be inclusive, which is precisely what they are doing. As a result, OMM claims that “[i]t is obvious that JCP would rather take sides than remain neutral.” You mean by showing both gay and straight couples? I’m sorry, I don’t get it. Showing both sides is taking sides? What? That’s the definition of “neutral.” (And, just as an aside, at least one of JCPenney’s May TV ads features straight couples.).
Clinton’s campaign advisers say they are confident that reactions will be the same today. They say women will reject the accusation that Clinton “enabled” her husband’s infidelities. Even Republicans warn the attacks about the Clinton sex scandals could backfire on Trump, as they backfired on Bill Clinton’s Republican opponents back in the ’90s..
The noted skeptic James Randi had tried to get believers of Quadro Tracker to renounce the product, but many are so convinced that they saw the product work, they refused to acknowledge the evidence pointing to the fraud. Some, furthermore, were bribed, or profited from it. At least one senior prosecutor was convicted on conflict of interest, using his prosecutor office to promote / sell Quadro to government.
China’s outward investment ‘going out’ policy (also known as the ‘go global’ strategy) fulfills its quest for raw resources such as oil, gas, metal ores, copper, iron and steel. The policy has naturally led it to Africa, rich in raw resources and hungry for investors. Foreign direct investment in Africa is growing; in 2005 inflows totalled 31 billion USD (2).
Guo Yuhua, 2018’Ruling Through Ritual’: An Interview with Guo YuhuaGuo YuhuaA villager from Ji, northern Shanxi, China, speaking with Guo Yuhua, 2005 Guo Yuhua is one of China’s best known sociologists and most incisive government critics. A professor at Tsinghua University in Beijing, she has devoted her career to researching human suffering in Chinese society, especially that of peasants, the promised beneficiaries of Communist rule. Born in 1956, Guo grew up in one of the “big courtyards” of government housing compounds for the country’s ruling elite.