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College Golf Camps™ – BIG 5 – Junior Golf Exposure Camp – Pinehurst, NC 2016 – Girls

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Man admits abusing girlfriend's puppy so badly it lost leg - Tulsa news - NewsLocker

Man admits abusing girlfriend's puppy so badly it lost leg - Tulsa news - NewsLocker


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NEW YORK (AP) — A man who abused his girlfriend's puppy so badly that it lost a leg will be sentenced to a year in jail.

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College Golf Camps™ – BIG 5 – Junior Golf Exposure Camp – Pinehurst, NC 2016 – Boys

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Immigrant teen's advocates: US pushing anti-abortion agenda - Tulsa news - NewsLocker

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HOUSTON (AP) — Shortly after taking over the U.S. government office that oversees facilities for unaccompanied immigrant children, Scott Lloyd told a subordinate what to do with a teenager who wanted an abortion.

Comment: Diversity and Legal Reasoning

by Rosemary Hunter @ feminists@law

This short comment was originally delivered as part of the workshop on Diversity and Legal Reasoning held at Queen Mary University of London on 23 November 2016, sponsored by the Centre for Research on Law, Equality and Diversity and the Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context. Hunter engages with Karin Van Marle's call for a radically disruptive diversity, but argues that it is too early to conclude that legal reasoning which destabilises current systems and norms is an impossibility. Providing examples from the feminist judgment projects and her research on feminist judges, she suggests that the exploration of what might be possible within law still has a long way to go.

Feminism, Women Judges, Judicial Diversity and the High Court of Australia

by Kcasey McLoughlin @ feminists@law

This paper was originally presented at the workshop on Diversity and Legal Reasoning held at Queen Mary University of London on 23 November 2016, sponsored by the Centre for Research on Law, Equality and Diversity and the Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context. McLoughlin examines the political and judical discourse surrounding the arrival of women judges to the High Court of Australia and considers what this reveals about the nature of commitments to judicial diversity and prospects for feminist aspirations to the achivement of more far-reachig forms of diversity.

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Brexit Logics: Myth and Fact - A Black Feminist Analysis

by Sweta Rajan-Rankin @ feminists@law

On June 24, 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union in a landmark referendum result. The ‘Brexit’ vote along with Trump’s presidential election in America, the Turkish referendum, the French election and the rise in far-right groups more globally, have been underpinned by certain populist ‘logics’. This comment seeks to agitate these Brexit logics through a Black Feminist perspective that refocuses current debates on power and the intersectional politics of gender, race and class.

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Israeli PM 'embraces' Trump's call on Iran nuclear deal - Tulsa news - NewsLocker

Israeli PM 'embraces' Trump's call on Iran nuclear deal - Tulsa news - NewsLocker


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JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has congratulated U.S. President Trump for his decision not to re-certify the Iran nuclear deal.

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Rogers County Man Gets 10 Years’ Probation For Lewd Acts With Minor - Tulsa news - NewsLocker

Rogers County Man Gets 10 Years’ Probation For Lewd Acts With Minor - Tulsa news - NewsLocker


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A Rogers County Sunday school teacher will spend 10 years on probation and have to register as a sex offender.

Sickle Cell Disease: Data Saves Lives

Sickle Cell Disease: Data Saves Lives

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“One minute I’d be fine, the next minute I’d be in pain. It would just come out of nowhere,” says Tywan Willis. “I would have pain in my lower back, my shoulders, and sometimes in my legs. I can’t describe it. I just know it’s a really bad pain that I get.” Tywan has sickle cell disease (SCD), an inherited blood disease that can run in families and causes abnormal, sickle-shaped red blood cells. Pain is the most common complication of SCD, and the top reason people with SCD go to the emergency room or hospital. Tywan is a regular

University of Central Florida – Emily Marron – Junior Golf Exposure Camp – Girls – 12.16.17

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HORTON BAY—Horton Bay is known for its funny and somewhat odd interpretations of events. Its Labor Day bridge walk is no exception. It started as a joke between ex-Detroit Tigers

Why do you need a Financial Needs Analysis?

by Vanessa Roux @ Omega Wealth

Just get it done! Why YOU need an up-to-date Financial Needs Analysis! If you are like most people, the demands of work and family on your life seem to be increasing every year. Taking the time to meet with a qualified financial advisor and discussing your financial requirements and goals for the future might not be the […]

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Predicting Community Resilience and Recovery After a Disaster

Predicting Community Resilience and Recovery After a Disaster

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After 9/11, I was asked by the Baltimore City Health Commissioner to help prepare the city for a radiation terrorism event, because my entire career up until that point had been in radiation-based medical imaging. I didn’t know anything about public health preparedness at the time, but I found it very fulfilling to work with the city health department and other first responders, especially fire and police. Public health preparedness science and research is more than multi-disciplinary, it’s trans-disciplinary, which is what makes it fun. Connecting behavioral and social science The Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health Preparedness has a

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Leaving a Legacy

by Michael Aley @ Omega Wealth

Many people either have an out-of- date will or no will at all. This can leave your family at best, inconvenienced, and at worst suffering severe financial hardship should you pass away. Start planning today about Leaving a Legacy. Cost of Death In addition to the above, keep in mind that the cost of dying can […]

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Diversity, Knowledge and Power

by Samia Bano @ feminists@law

In this paper, Samia Bano comments on Karin van Marle's keynote presentation at the Diversity and Legal Reasoning Workshop held at Queen Mary University of London on 23 November 2016, sponsored by the Centre for Research on Law, Equality and Diversity and the Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context. Bano argues that in order for debates on diversity and legal reasoning not to become overly abstract or theoretical and therefore remain outside the social and cultural practices in which they operate, it is important that a critical rearticulation and reflection on the question of diversity and legal reasoning engages critically with questions of ontology, agency and the production and reproduction of resistant knowledges. This kind of critical engagement requires also a critique of internal power relations and knowledge claims made within communities and groups.

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When Should You Start Up a Google AdWords Campaign For Your Company?

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You’re excited about how your company is growing. More and more people are becoming aware of your company and brand. You want to continue to advertise your business and its products.   1.  Customer Demand The first ingredient is customer demand. If your Seattle customers are not searching for your product or service in Google, …

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Get a Flu Shot to Protect Your Heart and Your Health

Get a Flu Shot to Protect Your Heart and Your Health

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“When you have a chronic illness, you do everything you can to stay as healthy as you can, which includes getting a flu shot,” says Donnette Smith, president of the heart disease support network, Mended Hearts. Donnette leads Mended Hearts with a mission to inspire hope and improve the quality of life of heart patients, like herself, and their families. “I was born with a heart disease called bicuspid aortic valve (BAV), in which the aortic valve that prevents the backflow of blood has two leaflets instead of three,” explained Donnette. However, it was not until she was 18-years-old that

EPA, herbicide makers agree to new limits for use of dicamba - Tulsa news - NewsLocker

EPA, herbicide makers agree to new limits for use of dicamba - Tulsa news - NewsLocker


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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration has reached a deal with three major agribusiness companies for new voluntary labeling requirements for a controversial herbicide blamed for damaging crops.

New Tax Deduction Rules For Retirement as of March 2016

by Michael Aley @ Omega Wealth

As of 1 March 2016, the government has changed the Tax Deduction Rules for contributions to retirement funds. This article will explain the benefits of reviewing your retirement plan, and how you can maximise the benefits of these tax changes. Retirement funding in South Africa falls into three categories: Retirement Annuity Funds, Pension Funds Provident Funds. In […]

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Empowering Kids to Make Their Families Safer

Empowering Kids to Make Their Families Safer

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After graduating from college I moved to Anchorage, Alaska for a year of post-graduate service through the Jesuit Volunteer Corps NW and AmeriCorps. I served as the Preparedness and Casework Specialist for the American Red Cross of Alaska. Though often overlooked, Alaska is the largest state in the country (more than twice as big as Texas!) and has more coastline than the rest of the United States combined. While a large portion of the population lives in Anchorage, dozens of Native Alaskan villages are scattered all across the state, often hundreds of miles apart. While in Alaska, I spent a

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Safety Tips Every Contact Lens Wearer Should Know

Safety Tips Every Contact Lens Wearer Should Know

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Are you one of the 45 million people in the United States who wear contact lenses to correct your vision? Eye infections related to improper contact lens wear and care are serious and can lead to long-lasting damage, but they are often preventable. This year, in observance of Contact Lens Health Week, you can learn the science behind some of the important contact lens wear and care recommendations: Replace your contact lens case regularly. A significant number of people who wear contact lenses report not replacing their lens case regularly. Even when cleaned properly (by rubbing and rinsing the case

Man accused in murder-for-hire plot held on $1 million bail - Tulsa news - NewsLocker

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NEWPORT, N.H. (AP) — A man accused of conspiring with his 83-year-old mother in a failed murder-for-hire plot involving his ex-wife will remain held in New Hampshire on $1 million bail.

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Beat the Heat at DragonCon

Beat the Heat at DragonCon

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DragonCon is a convention that combines science fiction and fantasy, with gaming, comics, and entertainment for the largest multi-genre event in the world. In 2016, an estimated 77,000 people from around the world attended this annual event that is held every Labor Day weekend in downtown Atlanta. “This is a bad idea,” she said. “No, it’s cool. I have it all planned out,” I replied. “Yeah, I’m not so sure about that but ok…” The topic was my costume. The problem was the weather; namely that it was 90⁰ F degrees outside with 85% humidity, making it feel closer to

Go for the Gap!

by Vanessa Roux @ Omega Wealth

The debate around Gap cover in South Africa seems to have finally reached a conclusion, with the new demarcation regulations having taken effect from 1 April 2017. At long last, it is now possible to explain exactly what Gap cover means to the consumer, and what limitations these policies have. What is Gap cover? One of the […]

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The Role of the European Court of Human Rights in the Protection of Women Fleeing Gender-Based Violence in their Home Countries

by Christel Querton @ feminists@law

More than one million persons crossed the Mediterranean Sea in 2015 into the European Union (‘EU’) leading many to describe the situation as the worst refugee crisis in Europe since the Second World War. The role of International Human Rights Law in ensuring the protection of asylum seekers from return to countries where they would face prohibited treatment is consequently of particular interest. In 2015, approximately 27.7% of persons claiming asylum in the EU were women and girls and reports suggest most flee war, armed conflict, persecution and sexual or gender-based violence. In the context of increasing reliance by asylum seekers and refugees on the European Court of Human Rights (‘the Court’) as a protection mechanism against return to ill-treatment, torture and persecution, examination of the Court’s approach is essential. Adopting a gender analysis based on feminist legal theory, this paper explores the case law of the Court relating to gender-based violence and discrimination against women. Using a comparative approach, the paper analyses how principles and concepts developed in ‘domestic’ cases are applied in ‘expulsion’ cases, in order to query the impact of the Court as a mechanism for the effective protection of women seeking refuge in Europe. The paper considers the extent to which International Human Rights Law as interpreted by the Court responds to the international protection needs of those at risk of gender-based violence. It compares how the principles regarding the prohibition of gender-based violence and discrimination against women developed by the Court in ‘domestic’ cases are applied to ‘expulsion’ cases where the breach of Article 3 ECHR is feared as a result of treatment in the receiving country. Protection against gender-based violence from a ‘male network’ and the Court’s reliance on this concept in ‘expulsion’ cases is explored in particular.

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