It’s a hot question though interestingly, it’s also somewhat peripheral. In plenty of countries, Ross says, government control has a chilling effect on online speech. But as seen during the Arab Spring, if a wireless signal is there, citizens will use it.
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Try to be skeptical by nature and hold your politicians to a high moral standard. The rule of thumb is that those at the top try to convince those in the middle that it really all the fault of the people on the bottom: minorities, the unemployed, anyone who doesn quite fit. Try to nip it in the bud.
JALAL: No, I mean well, I mean, distance in the sense from Peshawar but, you know, people in Lahore have not been spared this terror this ongoing terror. So I think there is a sense of affinity with the people of Peshawar, the ones who the families that have lost their ones. Obviously, this is happening all over Pakistan.
They hit the streets at night to counsel youth. At the same time, they reached out to the police to target the worst gang members. Exactly how much the ministers contributed to the subsequent dramatic drop in killings in Boston an 80 percent reduction between 1990 and 1999 has always been a point of some contention.
“We have learned so much from Cherry,” he added. “This is a dog that had chemicals poured on his back, forced to fight for his life, and flat out tortured, yet he keeps moving forward, he doesn’t have a rearview mirror. He doesn’t look at himself as a victim, he looks at himself as a survivor.”.
Methods We utilized the Premier data (2011 to 2015) including 4,763 adults (age 18) with acute stroke who received endovascular thrombectomy using ICD 9 procedure and chronic/acute comorbidity using ICD 9 diagnostic code for as well as demographic profiles based on administration data. We analyzed outcomes using the patients’ ethnicity as independent variables to evaluate racial disparity in endovascular thrombectomy. We identified variables for (1) comorbidities; hypertension, diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidemia, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, atrial fibrillation/flutter COPD, tobacco/alcohol dependence and morbid obesity, (2) Socio economic status; age, sex and races/ethnicities were categorized as binary variables as white versus non white and black versus non black and hispanic versus non hispanic.