Werlau said he is still angry about what he thinks was unfair treatment of Sanders and his supporters by the Democratic National Committee. He and many others felt the nominating process for the party favored Clinton and that the DNC actively fought to make her the nominee. “And I think post primary not dealing with that effectively as a party drove a number of people [away from Clinton].”.
“I was tired of being a political spokesperson for my faith,” she says. “I felt that I should be able to put that away, and wearing a headscarf in public doesn’t give you that luxury. I was tired of trying to prove that Muslim women in headscarves are also empowered, [by saying] ‘Look at me.
Ashton B. Carter, in his first six months as defense secretary, has yet to make a decision on any newly proposed deals to transfer individual detainees. His delay, which echoes a pattern last year by his predecessor, Chuck Hagel, is generating mounting concern in the White House and State Department, officials say..
“Above all, I commend Bernie Sanders for giving me an answer to those who say American young people see politics as a cesspool of corruption, beyond redemption,” Buttigieg concluded. “I have heard that no sensible young person today would want to give his or her life to public service. I can personally assure you this is untrue.”.
Perhaps it is rising musicians like Niederauer who pushed Clark to give “120 percent” on “The Story Of Sonny Boy Slim.” Or perhaps he’s just taking on new sounds and roles as his career ascends which includes a recent studio session with Childish Gambino. Regardless, this upcoming year is going to be a big one. In addition to his worldwide tourfor his new release,he’s opening for the Foo Fighters in the band’s upcoming September and October shows..
It’s odd that Trump, who rose to the White House on the power of image, did not grasp how he would be hurt by the tears of a little girl. The picture captures both his policy and his persona. He is a man without empathy, after all. On 17October, Member States, representatives of civil society and the United Nations will gather at the world body’s New York Headquarters to mark the 2011 International Day for the Eradication of Poverty on the theme: “From Poverty to Sustainability: People at the Centre of Inclusive Development”.Participants are expected to focus primarily on ways to break the cycle of poverty while protecting the environment. Such discussions are crucial because it has become clear that a sustainable future is not reachable when more than 2.6billion people 40percent of the world’s population live in poverty and face threats to their livelihoods and survival from recurrent natural disasters and economic shocks.A 2011 United Nations study on “The Global Social Crisis” warns that between 47million and 84million more people fell into, or were trapped in, extreme poverty because of the global financial and economic crisis. Sub Saharan Africa and South Asia were among the most affected regions, but poverty grew in industrialized countries, as well.