Nebraska voters have the opportunity to reinstate the death penalty and reverse last year’s decision by the Legislature. The citizen led ballot measure has triggered millions in campaign spending. Rep. 1 Plays No. 2UC Irvine Notebook / John Weyler : Malaver Gets a Real Kick From His New Connections John WeylerSmall Schools Are Feeling Out of Place in a Metropolitan Environment KIM Q. BERKSHIREPrep Notes / Rob Fernas : Win Streaks Are Nice Unless They Destroy Hunger Rob FernasNo.
The dish was made for an emperor in 1430, and it’s rare there are only about 35 of them left. It has simple lines and a rich color (red, of course). Curator Jan Stuart fell in love with the dish and set about adding it to her gallery’s collection.
We cannot have our children die. This is just heartbreaking. Please.”Samuel Zeif, the student who sobbed after speaking, said he doesn’t understand why teenagers like him can “go in a store and buy a weapon of war, an AR.”On Wednesday, an NRA spokeswoman said the group would oppose putting age restrictions on firearms, saying that it would punish “law abiding citizens for the evil acts of criminals.”Parkland Mayor Christine Hunschofsky read aloud messages for the president from the parents of two high school students killed last week.
It IS shitty business and, theoretically, they will see the ramifications in less sales which was what i was getting at in my post. Assuming that the gaming consumer market is fairly inelastic, if we choose to financially show our backing to firms like this one, less money will go to EA, and thus they will be reprimanded for shitty customer value. (It’s not even close to perfectly inelastic, and there are many other factors that come into play given specific titles such as IP recognition like we saw with the Star Wars games).
But the partisan divide over guns in Virginia, a Southern state with a strong gun tradition that was shaken by the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre, was immediately evident,” Fenit Nirappil reports. “Northam, a former Army doctor who has an F rating from the National Rifle Association, decried what he called ‘a proliferation of guns’ in society and urged gun control measures. Gillespie, who has an A rating and an endorsement from the NRA, asked for a moment of silence, later telling reporters that it was too soon to discuss policy.
The evolution of the News Code of Ethics into this Ethics Handbook offered an opportunity to review our decision making on the Stewart/Colbert event and to add helpful nuance to the guidance on making similar decisions in the future. This handbook guidance on attending marches, rallies and other political events is different from its predecessor in several ways that won be enumerated here. But we highlight the shift to underscore two broader themes that should play into all our thinking:.