US Government Has Long Used Propaganda against the American People

US Government Has Long Used Propaganda against the American People
The Office of Policy Coordination (OPC) was funded by siphoning off funds intended for the Marshall Plan [i.e. the rebuilding of Europe by the U.S. after WWII]. Some of this money was used to bribe journalists and publishers.” (Wikipedia adds details …
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McGuinness' Foyle Gamble
After decades of being chased down and then left for dust by a rampant Sinn Fein, the SDLP need a win in order to begin the process of planting the seeds of an SDLP revival in the hope that momentum can grow and develop in the time ahead. Before this …
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Information As A Tool For National Security: Role Of The Media – John Momoh (OON)
First, I'd like to express my appreciation to the National Defense College authority, for extending this privilege and honor to me, by allowing me to be part of this historic occasion. There couldn't have been a more opportune time to discuss the …
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NASA admits it has no detailed plan yet to send humans to Mars, citing

NASA admits it has no detailed plan yet to send humans to Mars, citing
John Sommerer, a space scientist who spent more than a year as chairman of a National Research Council technical panel reviewing NASA's human spaceflight activities, meanwhile, said it will take a lot of preparations and resources for the space agency …
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Nigeria: Kaigama – Damage Done to This Country Is Enormous
Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama is the Archbishop of Jos and President of the Catholic Bishop Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) – the highest decision-making body of the church in Nigeria. In this interview with Paul Obi, ahead of Bishops' conference, he speaks …
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Where aid fails, appropriate technology can succeed
The situation in developing countries is just as concerning to many people, where technologies are transferred to communities ostensibly to improve their quality of life, but are often rolled out without consultation with the community. According to …
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Skilled refugees struggle to access US job market

Skilled refugees struggle to access US job market
Fulbright scholar and Ivy League graduate Rafi Sherzad amassed years of experience in economic development in his native Afghanistan before, fearing for his safety, he was granted political asylum in the United States. That led him to … “The main …
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China Sets 6.5% to 7% Growth Target, First Range Since 1990s
While downward pressure on the economy is “relatively big” in the first quarter, China can meet the goal, National Development and Reform Commission Chairman Xu Shaoshi said Wednesday at a briefing in Beijing. … The country should cut zombie firms …
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Energy-friendly chip can perform powerful artificial-intelligence tasks
In recent years, some of the most exciting advances in artificial intelligence have come courtesy of convolutional neural networks, large virtual networks of simple information-processing units, which are loosely modeled on the anatomy of the human …
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SeaComm makes $25000 pledge to SUNY Canton fund for scholarships for students

SeaComm makes 000 pledge to SUNY Canton fund for scholarships for students
From left, Vice President for Advancement at SUNY Canton and Executive Director of the Canton College Foundation Anne Sibley, SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran, SeaComm President Scott A. Wilson and SUNY Canton Alumni Development Associate …
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Casper teachers praise software that tracks student performance
Three schools are currently using the software, and many others are considering it, said Jeff Brewster, director of Human Resources Development for the Natrona County School District. … Principal Aaron Wilson calls the data tracking software a “snapshot.
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Local business professionals share expectations, plans for improvement in new year
“Evolutionary development is a given.” The review should include records of events, suggestions from … This year, Boley and her staff decided to update payroll and human resources functions because the company has grown. “We started at the end of …
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Why Isn't Equality In Leadership Skills Changing The Number Of Female Leaders?
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Both men and women score similarly in their ability to drive business, but fewer women are rising beyond lower management. By Lydia Dishman. Here's a new angle on the gender … This conveys to women: It's okay to be a lower-level leader, but you're

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Nearly 400 Students Attend RIT/NTID Job Fair
Representatives from more than 45 local and national corporations, federal agencies and non-profit organizations met with nearly 400 deaf and hard-of-hearing students—who are also prospective employees—at the 15th annual job fair on Oct. 21 at …
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Alon Halevy, Data Management and AI Authority from Google Research, to Head
Dr. Halevy will cooperate with Recruit group companies in Japan and overseas as the executive director of RIT and Senior Vice President of Research. He will be engaged in data management and AI research and business development centering on the HR …
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Dye Named to RIT/NTID Faculty
Dye provides instructional support for deaf and hard-of-hearing students in the Psychology program in RIT's College of Liberal Arts, and conducts research into the development of visual functions in deaf and hard-of-hearing children and adults. He …
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Edinboro Names Prep Grad Lustig as New Football Coach
He has helped develop 37 all-conference performers, including 12 at Ball State University. Most recently, Lustig was an … After beginning his coaching career as an assistant coach at NCAA Division III Christopher Newport in 2001-02, Lustig moved on …
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It's David v. Goliath, as Citizens of 'Europe's Greenest' Region Take On an
Silvia was among about 50 landowners and “No Elettrodotto 380kV Villanova-Gissi” activists against whom Terna SpA issued civil summons and filed criminal charges. The activist group was created in 2010 to raise awareness and organise opposition to a …
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Saving Georgia's Mountain Villages

Saving Georgia's Mountain Villages
Experts hope that the law will have a major impact on internal migration, although they warn that more needs to be done including job creation and the development of tourism infrastructure. “All in all the … Overall, Georgia has a huge rate of …
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US Policy Toward Central Asia 3.0
To be sure, there was continued interest in pursuing the long-term political and economic reform agenda of the previous decade, but military and security considerations became more important factors in U.S. engagement in Central Asia. The logistical …
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Global effects of local food-production crises: a virtual water perspective
We analyze here the possible effects of local crises by developing a new propagation model, parsimonious but grounded on data-based and statistically-verified assumptions, whose effectiveness is proved on the Argentinean crisis in 2008–09. The model …
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Family planning lessons from Indonesia
“Family planning is the most effective human development intervention there is today—it's a point we don't make often enough,” said Babatunde Osotimehin, executive director of the United Nations Population Fund. “Women who have access [to … Some of …
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A wave of campus mutinies shatter Modi's deal with India's youth

A wave of campus mutinies shatter Modi's deal with India's youth
Over the past 20 months, students and faculty at some of India's most important institutions of higher learning have been up in arms over an assortment of issues—all leading to the doorsteps of Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government. The …
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If the issue is minority rights, govt is pro-Dalit
The human resource development ministry is preparing an affidavit arguing that when an university is established by an act of Parliament, it can no longer claim it was established by a particular religious community, sources said. All that it may claim …
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New leader rose through the ranks

New leader rose through the ranks
Three years later, he became vice president of corporate product development and in 2003 was promoted again to senior vice president and marketplace director. This coincided with Fiedler's ascension to CEO, with Masood taking over the role Fiedler had …
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S&P Equity Research Reiterates "Hold" Rating for TransAlta Co. (TA)
… segment provides finance, tax, treasury, legal, regulatory, environmental, health and safety, sustainable development, corporate communications, government and investor relations, procurement, information technology, risk management, human …
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Silver Bay Realty Trust Corp. Names Thomas Brock as Interim Chief Executive
From 1974 to 1998, Mr. Brock held various positions with Salomon Brothers Inc., including Chief Executive Officer of Salomon Brothers Asset Management, Chief Administrative Officer, and Director of Global Research. … Ms. Dehne was the Senior Vice …
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Ethiopia: Maternity Care Demands Exertions Ahead in GTP II
Ministry Maternal and Child Health Directorate Director Dr. Ephrem Tekle also said the government is working on skilled birth attendance which is crucial to reduce maternal mortality through the expansion of health centers, human resource development …
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