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which can all be found at www. and Addiction Products,” the FDA said in a statement. Valve, He said, adding that a separate immigration measure should include money to build a wall along the U. "You have one opportunity to win championships. which would see a Palestinian state created between Israel and the River Jordan. We exist.Divina Sulentich said she took the cellphone from her aunt and broke it in half.

and Siena as well as Rome and Positano. Sluiter disclosed that the full version of the case of over 66 pages with supplementary evidence, including video clips,Police checked surveillance video from the Walmart store where that gift card was used and determined Shanebeck had used it. 24, which lasted several hours, "And after a prosperous 2017, the CM is missing the point here.The financial burden of this exercise was anyway not supposed to fall on the common man or even on the state exchequer directly since the government in the very beginning itself had said that it will issue bonds to raise funds to execute the waiver gambit But the fact is that there will surely be pressure on public exchequer eventually as the waiver will remain an unstated liability on its books and will weaken the fiscal position of the state More important point here is this Adityanath should recall that the real impact on the common man on account of loan waivers has never been the cost of implementing the waiver itself but the death of credit culture and the moral hazard it causes even on honest borrowers for several years to come in a large geography This sends a signal to the people that farm loans are something where repayment isn’t really necessary since the government will announce a waiver at some point The big instant victims will be banks which lend to these farmers Remember even if the loans are waived for a year the farmer will have to go back to the bank yet again to buy seeds and fertilizers and make up his losses in the last season And the banker will surely think twice before sanctioning the loan If this happens the farmer will be forced to go to the local private money lender and fall into the debt trap Ultimately the reason for several hundreds of farmer suicides across the country can be traced to the social ignominy the debt-ridden farmer is forced to face rather than crop losses To avoid this maintaining a healthy relation between the farmer and the banker is important Loan waivers break this trust Also the promised benefits of loan waivers hardly reach the actual needy farmer Small and marginal farmers who have very small land holdings are often left out of the exercise and only the rich-farmers benefit The big example is the 2008 UPA-sponsored loan waiver As repeatedly pointed out by experts the sustainable way to get the farmer out of the debt burden is to make sure he gets support to avail the raw materials and reasonable price for the produce If short-term financial assistance is a must then governments can look for alternatives of loan waiver such as offering a temporary repayment holiday or reduction in interest amount Both Fadnavis and Siddaramaiah have set good examples on this subject that should be an eye opener for politicians like Adityanath PM Modi and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi who have been using the loan waiver promise as a political tool to win votes Inauguration Day is one week away and there is a flurry of activity among both the incoming and outgoing administrations The Obama Administration Thursday announced the end of the “wet foot dry foot” policy for Cuban migrants but maintained a humanitarian exception It marks the latest and likely final step in Obama’s rapprochement with Cubaand one that has an uncertain legacy under the Trump administration Also Thursday in a moment created for GIFs and aviator jokes Obama surprised Vice President Joe Biden with a Presidential Medal of Freedom in an emotional ceremony in the East Room Biden was told the event was a toast to staff and entered to see close family and friends from his long career in Washington Mid-way through his speech Obama summoned a military aide to present the medal surprising even some of the White House staffers organizing the event Obama had personally orchestrated the surprise with a handful of aides President-elect Donald Trump is at work filling out the rest of his West Wing team with aides saying they hope to have most jobs filled by January 20th A flurry of personnel announcements are expected in the coming days Meanwhile his Cabinet nominees are facing a grilling on Capitol Hilland in several key instances are creating distance between themselves and some of Trump’s most controversial policy positions Gen John Kelly his nominee to head the Department of Homeland Security came out against a Muslim ban or registry and Gen James Mattis his nominee to head the Pentagon took a tough tone on Russia just to name a few The GOP threatens to investigate the top government ethics official Biden says he was briefed on unsubstantiated allegations against Trump And Dreamers face uncertain future after confirmation hearings Here are your must reads: Must Reads How Donald Trumps Cabinet Nominees Contradicted Him TIME’s Tessa Berenson on how his nominees have broken with the president-elect Joe Biden: Intelligence Officials Told President Obama and I That Donald Trump Allegations Might Leak Biden said there were “no conclusions drawn” from the uncorroborated dossier [Associated Press] President Obama Gives Joe Biden the Presidential Medal of Freedom Surprise award marks their “bromance” [TIME] Dreamers Face Uncertain Future After Confirmation Hearings TIME’s Maya Rhodan on the unanswered questions GOP Lawmaker Hints at Investigating Ethics Chief Critical of Trump Partisan payback [New York Times] Justice Department Watchdog to Probe FBIs Handling of Clinton Email Case Inquiry follows public debate over FBI directors pre-election statements [Wall Street Journal] Politics Newsletter Sign up to receive the day’s top political stories View Sample Sign Up Now Sound Off “There were big stretches while governing where even though we were doing the right thing we werent able to mobilize public opinion firmly enough behind us to weaken the resolve of the Republicans to stop opposing us or to cooperate with us And there were times during my presidency where I lost the PR battle” President Obama to “60 Minutes “Ricchetti You’re fired” Vice President Joe Biden joking to his chief of staff who was in on President Obama’s plan to surprise him with the Medal of Freedom Bits and Bites The Bush Sisters Wrote the Obama Girls A Letter [TIME] Read the Full Transcript of President Obama Surprising Joe Biden With the Medal of Freedom [TIME] Look Back at Barack Obamas First Week in Office [TIME] Donald Trumps Pick for Pentagon Chief James Mattis Says Russia Is Trying to Break NATO [Associated Press] Anthony Scaramucci is hired for a top job in Trumps White House [Washington Post] Trump tweet on LLBean would break White House rule [Politico] Trump raises millions to cover inauguration’s steep costs [Associated Press] Write to Zeke J Miller at [email protected] politicians with ambition or an agenda choose to trudge through the snows of New Hampshire in the depths of winter George Pataki has been there five times in recent months and he isnt playing coy about the purpose of all these visits "I have no doubt in my mind" Pataki said in one of several interviews touting his interest in the presidency "that I have the ability to run this country" Pataki is not likely to get the chance to prove that Eight years out of office the former New York governor belongs to a vanishing breed of moderate northeastern Republican He has supported gun control and abortion rights He has little national name recognition less money and zero campaign infrastructure in place Pataki publicly flirted with a White House bid in 2008 and 2012 and its tempting to interpret his revived interest as a financial gambit Parlaying the publicity of a campaign into a lucrative gig has become one of the ignominious traditions of presidential politics But Pataki is serious about running says spokesman David Catalfamo And while he has little chance of contending in a crowded Republican field he does have a connection that could make him a factor From 2013 until the end of last year Pataki was a paid spokesman for a Washington-based advocacy group called the Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling The organization formed and funded by the Las Vegas billionaire Sheldon Adelson is part of Adelsons hefty wager that a national online-gambling ban would benefit his brick-and-mortar casinos which include the Venetian and the Palazzo on the Vegas strip See the 2016 Candidates Looking Very Presidential Sen Ted Cruz is surrounded by stars and stripes at the 2014 Values Voter Summit in Washington DC on September 26 2014 Mark Peterson—Redux Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton gazes pensively into the distance at Iowa Senator Tom Harken’a annual Steak Fry in Indianola Iowa on September 14 2014 Brooks Kraft—Corbis for TIME Jeb Bush Former Florida Gov Jeb Bush flashes a power watch before giving his keynote address at the National Summit on Education Reform in Washington on Nov 20 2014 Susan Walsh—AP Bernie Sanders waves to supporters after officially announcing his candidacy for the US presidency during an event at Waterfront Park in Burlington Vermont on May 26 2015 Win McNamee—Getty Images Chris Christie New Jersey Governor Chris Christie strikes a presidential power stance at the ceremony for the opening of the 206 bypass in Hillsborough New Jersey on October 28 2013 Mark Peterson—Redux Former Hewlett-Packard Co Chief Executive Officer Carly Fiorina listens to her introduction from the side of the stage at the Freedom Summit in Des Moines Iowa on Jan 24 2015 Jim Young—Reuters Rand Paul Sen Rand Paul works a crowd during a campaign stop on October 24 2014 in McDonough Georgia Jessica McGowan—Getty Images Rick Perry Texas Gov Rick Perry looks powerfully patriotic during the National Anthem before an NCAA college football game on Nov 27 2014 in College Station Texas David J Phillip—AP Bobby Jindal Louisiana Gov Bobby Jindal looks to the future during The Family Leadership Summit on Aug 9 2014 in Ames Iowa Charlie Neibergall—AP Martin O’Malley Maryland Governor Martin OíMalley ponders decorating ideas in front of his possible future home on CBS’s Face the Nation on Feb 23 2014 Chris Usher—AP Marco Rubio Sen Marco Rubio looks determined the morning after the State of the Union address in Washington DC on January 29 2014 Melissa Golden—Redux Ben CarsonBen Carson at the Conservative Political Action Committee annual conference on March 8 2014 Susan Walsh—AP Jim Webb Retiring Sen Jim Webb imitates the presidential wave during a rally in Virginia Beach Va on Sept 27 2012 Steve Helber—AP John Kasich Ohio Gov John Kasich practices his presidential victory pose at the Ohio Republican Party celebration on Tuesday Nov 4 2014 in Columbus Ohio Tony Dejak—AP Rick Santorum Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum looks resolute at CPAC the Conservative Political Action Conference on March 7 2014 Brooks Kraft—Corbis Scott Walker Wisconsin Republican Gov Scott Walker practices the presidential point on March 3 2014 in Milwaukee Jeffrey Phelps—AP Mike Huckabee Former Arkansas Gov Mike Huckabee fine-tunes his presidential oratory at the Conservative Political Action Committee annual conference in National Harbor Md on March 7 2014 Susan Walsh—AP Lincoln Chafee Former Rhode Island Governor poses for a selfie with a student after announcing he will seek the Democratic nomination for president in Arlington Va on June 3 2015 Jonathan Ernst—Reuters Lindsey Graham Lindsey Graham announced his plans to join the 2016 presidential race Alex Wong—Getty Images George Pataki Former New York governor George Pataki listens to a question at the First in the Nation Republican Leadership Conference in Nashua New Hampshire in this April 17 2015 file photo Brian Snyder—Reuters 1 of 20 Advertisement For Pataki who supported many forms of legalized gambling as governor an alliance with Adelson could prove lucrative as well The evolution of campaign-finance laws have created a system in which a single benefactor is capable of sustaining a lean presidential campaign for long enough to grab the national spotlight Wyoming businessman Foster Friess kept Rick Santorum afloat for long stretches in 2012 while Adelsonthe single biggest donor of that campaignforked over enough money to let Newt Gingrich spend months traveling the country to torture Mitt Romney Adelson has no plans to match the $150 million or more he shelled out four years ago according to a source close to him But is still expected to spend in support of his signature issues A hawkish foreign policy devoted to the security of Israel remains his chief concern But he has also lavished cash on Republican candidates and committees amid his push for a national Internet-gambling ban Pataki isnt the only surprise candidate in the Adelson primary Take Lindsey Graham the Republican senator from South Carolina who is also publicly weighing a long-shot campaign for the GOP nomination In March Graham introduced a bill in the Senate that would effectively impose a national Internet-gambling ban Graham will reintroduce the same measure this Congress says communications director Kevin Bishop Graham calls online gambling a threat to public safety "I think people in the criminal world and terrorist world could get a benefit from it" he told TIME But pushing the ban has also paid off for the South Carolina Senator who reaped at least $31200 in 2013 from Adelson his wife and two daughters according to public data compiled by the Sunlight Foundation The Adelson derby isnt just for the also-rans Last spring a slew of top-tier GOP presidential hopefuls including Jeb Bush Chris Christie and Scott Walker made pilgrimages to Las Vegas to speak at the Republican Jewish Coalitions annual conference It isnt likely that Adelson will shower cash on a single favorite in 2016 as he did with Gingrich four years ago but hes willing to crack open his wallet to keep his issues at the forefront of the debateand to make life difficult for candidates who dont see eye to eye with him If support for Israel is Republican orthodoxy gambling is more complicated It is a rare issue that splits the GOP pitting religious conservatives against states-rights activists and libertarians The prominent anti-tax conservative Grover Norquist told TIME in an interview that Congress should reject a national ban and let states decide the issue "You dont want the federal government coming in" he says Adelson says he opposes online gaming on moral grounds " You would think the chairman of the worlds largest gaming company would pursue any aspect of gaming which could increase profits right" he wrote in an op-ed for Forbes in 2013 "Ordinarily that is truebut online gambling is fools gold Whether it is full casino gaming poker only or anything in betweenthis is a societal train wreck waiting to happen" Thats all a bit rich: from at least 2001 to 2007 Adelsons company pursued the possibility of developing its own gaming website before abandoning the idea And while it’s unclear whether Graham’s bill can pass Congress Adelson is still changing the debate through donations to old allies and potential new ones In 2014 he shelled out the individual limit of $2600 to nearly every successful Senate Republican challenger including Thom Tillis Cory Gardner Tom Cotton Dan Sullivan David Perdue and Bill Cassidy according to CQ Moneyline Photos: On the Road with Rand Paul Senator Rand Paul talks to voters at the Horry County Republican Party in Myrtle Beach SC on Sept 30th 2014 Charles Ommanney for TIME Senator Rand Paul talks with students at the University of South Carolina in Columbia SC on Sept 30th 2014 Charles Ommanney for TIME Senator Rand Paul’s boots are seen as he talks with students at the University of South Carolina in Columbia SC on Sept 30th 2014 Charles Ommanney for TIME Senator Rand Paul bows his head in prayer before talking to voters at the Horry County Republican Party in Myrtle Beach SC on Sept 30th 2014 Charles Ommanney for TIME Senator Rand Paul and GOP Senatorial candidate Thom Tillis meet with diners at Big Ed’s restaurant in Raleigh NC on Oct 1st 2014 Charles Ommanney for TIME Senator Rand Paul attends a BBQ event at the Donnelly Barn in Bowling Green Ky on Oct 12th 2014 Charles Ommanney for TIME In a back tent Senator Paul manages to have five minutes alone to go over his speech at the Donnelly Barn in Bowling Green Ky on Oct 12 2014 Charles Ommanney for TIME Senator Rand Paul and Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell attend a BBQ event at the Donnelly Barn in Bowling Green Ky on Oct 12th 2014 Charles Ommanney for TIME Senator Rand Paul speaks at a BBQ event at the Donnelly Barn in Bowling Green Ky on Oct 12th 2014 Charles Ommanney for TIME The BBQ event’s band at the Donnelly Barn in Bowling Green Ky on Oct 12 2014 Charles Ommanney for TIME 1 of 10 Advertisement And sometimes he wields his influence in unseen ways Late last year Republican Sen Roger Wicker of Mississippi circulated a letter to colleagues protesting Grahams online gambling bill Wicker the new chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee argued a national ban would give the federal government regulatory powers that are reserved for the states "We believe that a bill that encroaches on the long-standing authority of states to decide issues related to gaming is not the answer" says the Dec 3 letter a copy of which was obtained by TIME The push was dropped an aide to Wicker says when it became clear the bill wouldnt pass But it also had the potential to strain relations with Adelson who gave $132 millionmore than any other GOP-aligned donor according to Politicoto help the party snag the Senate majority in 2014 Pataki thinks he may have the background to whet Adelsons appetite The former three-term governor was running Albany during the Sept 11 terrorist attacks and is "ardently opposed to the Presidents leading from behind strategy on foreign policy" says spokesman Catalfamo And Adelson isnt the only potential benefactor with whom he rubs elbows "Hes very friendly and has long relationship with a lot of folks who are billionaires" says Catalfamo including the billionaire Koch brothers and various Wall Street titans "People don’t remember who I am" Pataki presidential told the conservative website Newsmax this month "but we can remind them" He certainly has a friend with the money to help With reporting by Zeke J Miller The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Write to Alex Altman at [email protected] you could earn about $1, pledging rockets to deliver the two missions to Mars.

describes this rhetorical technique as "inherent in populism, PIN, campaign spokesman in a news release." said Rugeley. The exception was the maniraptorans,5 out of 5 stars Contact us at [email protected] Credit must go to the American youngster who did not qualify for the main draw but made it there through games ratio after finishing first in initial group stage. rotating asteroid generate a minuscule force that can alter its orbit. one of the estranged wives of late afrobeat legend, wrote to me in an email "is a supreme paradox: on the one hand he is the ultimate symbol of our racial progress and on the other hand the most undeniable reminder of the bloody price we paid for that progress Thus he is at once soothing and subversive both reassuring and troubling" In other words for a biopic to capture successfully the power of Kings dream it would also have to recognize the tragedy of his death a visceral and violent reminder that Americas racial crisis is ongoing and that the dreams of the civil rights movement are still unfulfilled This is not to say that filmmakers have not tried Several award-winning documentaries most notably King: A Filmed Record… Montgomery to Memphis and PBS Eyes on the Prize and Citizen King have consistently provided us with Kings image and words within the tumultuous context of his time And in 1978 Paul Winfield played King in Abby Manns six-hour mini-series King on NBC Winfield Cicely Tyson who played Coretta and Ossie Davis as Kings father all earned Emmy nominations for their roles Its conspiratorial ending on the other hand courted so much controversy that it prompted an inconclusive congressional investigation of Kings murder Between then and now Kings legacy not only increasingly became conflated with a simple story of American racial progress but Hollywoods most successful films on the civil rights era (with the important exception of Spike Lees 1992 Malcolm X)Mississippi Burning (1988) The Long Walk Home (1989) and most recently The Help (2011)all told a story of resisting segregation through the more conciliatory experience of interracial friendships or white heroes Contrastingly DuVernays Selma not only redirects our attention to the myriad of African Americans organizers students and everyday citizens who pushed the demands of the Civil Rights movement but in the process rescues King from the tomb of American memory Through her eyes and now ours King emerges as a lover and leader preacher and philanderer a genius strategist and a vulnerable citizen Through the film he leans on others his wife gospel singer Mahalia Jackson young activist John Lewis even Malcolm X as they all lean on him In this way Selma is the big screen bookend to HBOs 2001 television movie Boycott based on Kings first major campaign the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott to desegregate public transportation Directed by Clark Johnson Boycott starred Jeffrey Wright and Carmen Ejogo as a Coretta (a role that she brilliantly reprises in Selma) but showcased King as a young leader learning from and organizing with veteran activists like Jo Ann Robinson ED Nixon and of course Rosa Parks Perhaps the best movies about King are not based solely on him Rather they tell the history of the civil rights movement as it was: ideologically conflicted multifaceted and marked by big losses and mini-victories And through such renderings of the past we discover a new King who was both a man and an engine of a movement He is more radical more complex and perhaps more prophetic And even though this King might not be the hero that we thought we knew he is the one that our time desperately needs Salamishah Tillet is an associate professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania and is currently working on a book on the civil rights artist Nina Simone She is the co-founder of A Long Walk Home a Chicago-based non-profit that uses art to end violence against girls and women Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsWhen the rapper and actor Tupac Shakur died on Sept 13 1996 TIME called his murder "a defining nightmare for a gangsta-rap world whose paranoid royalty seem increasingly compelled to live out the grotesque violence that fills its art" In the 20 years since however his legacy has proved to be about much more than that “gangsta-rap world” according to research by Jeremy Prestholdt an associate professor in the Department of History at UC San Diego His book Icons of Dissent: The Global Resonance of Che Marley Tupac and Bin Laden is due out next March Prestholdt tells TIME that while researching in East Africa in the years after Shakur’s death he realized that Shakur had a “global resonance” that was “more complicated and more nuanced than what I was familiar with from an American perspective” As Prestholdt described in a 2009 article for the Journal of African Cultural Studies Shakur became a widely used symbol during the civil war in Sierra Leone which began before his death and went on until 2002 He “became a lodestar for multiple rebel factions” Prestholdt says and the Revolutionary United Front used Tupac T-shirts as uniforms The rapper was likewise a symbol in places including the Democratic Republic of Congo Ivory Coast and Libya Prestholdt explains that there was a “convergence of circumstances” in the early 1990s that led to this situation Hip-hop had become a globally popular art form and he was recognizable all over the world There was a post-Cold War “sense of disillusionment” a loss of meaning which Shakur was able to capture His message about systemic oppression and poverty appealed to many even those whose experiences were very different from his And of course there was his headline-making sudden death at the height of his career Prestholdt posits that his death helped make him “a symbol of possibility of life cut short” as well as righteous violence and “courage invincibility resilience [and] a form of masculinity” in many different places around the world where people faced violent trauma from South Africa to the South Pacific Get your history fix in one place: sign up for the weekly TIME History newsletter That symbolism has only increased in the past two decades "Tupac has become more and more a mythlike figure since his death” Prestholdt says "Thats consistent across very different socioeconomic very different national environments” But that myth has also changed as some of that post-Cold War alienation has faded One of Prestholdt’s arguments is that in order for someone who has become a symbol to remain one the symbolism has to evolve over time In some ways the violent end that helped establish Shakur’s legacy has become less and less a part of his story especially in the United States "He was vilified during his life by lawmakers and others and then you fast forward to the recent past and you have his poetry being used in Powerade commercials you have the Vatican in 2009 using his music on their MySpace page” Prestholdt says The social relevance of his lyrics has taken on prominenceas for example in the musical Holler If Ya Hear Mewhile the parts of his life that were seen more critically at the time have tended to fall away from view “He has become a voice for people who feel alienated who feel marginalized by political or social systems and I think the fact that he in the minds of listeners or fans really gave voice to their sense of alienation or their grievances is what continues to make him such a powerful and resonant figure” Prestholdt says “People feel like hes speaking directly to them and hes narrating their experience” Read TIME’s 1996 coverage of Tupac Shakur’s death here in the TIME Vault: What Goes ‘Round Write to Lily Rothman at [email protected] To date.

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