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2 Sep 2010
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BY ALANA YOUNG ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource politics video news analysis from Newsy. Gay rights has long been a controversial issue for many Americans -- but when did it become a black/white thing? Or did it? When Mr. Obama ordered the Justice Department not to defend the Defense of Marriage Act -- critics say he alienated the black community. In an interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace, former GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee says Mr. Obama’s decision that DOMA is unconstitutional could destroy the president. HUCKABEE: “He alienated the African American community. Overwhelmingly, African-Americans support traditional marriages more than Hispanics and more than whites. Within the white community it’s about 56%. 65% in the Hispanic. 75% in the African American community.” Huckabee didn’t say where his numbers came from -- but according to the Pew Research Center in 2010 -- 46 percent of white respondents opposed gay marriage -- compared to 59 percent of black respondents. Still - on Huckabee’s own show -- also on Fox News -- the host interviews the Head of the Black Church Initiative Reverend Anthony Evans, who says ultimately the black church is very unhappy with Mr. Obama’s decision. EVANS: “... He continued to advocate breaking up that (his) family by interjecting this sort of foreign object called gay marriage and it just doesn’t fit in our congregations and our congregants believe that the president is, seems to be struggling with this issue.” And the African-American Policy Forum writes -- Mr. Obama is just lying to the American people. “It isn’t that he and his administration just now concluded that DOMA is unconstitutional. The President has long thought that. ... The Administration’s position on DOMA now would be more worthy of respect if he had been more honest from the beginning.” But the National Black Justice Coalition, a civil rights organization for the black LGBT community, says this issue isn’t black and white -- and thanks the President for his crusade for equality. “The President’s decision to stop defending DOMA lawsuits moves our nation away from embracing discriminatory, punitive policies and significantly closer to recognizing the fundamental liberty for all Americans.” And panelist on the weekly show “Our World with Black Enterprise” says gay rights really is a civil rights issue, and adds the black community needs to understand civil rights is not just a race thing. SPEAKER: “Even as an African-American community we often think about civil rights only as black people. But even if we’re talk about black people, some black people are gay, some black people are lesbian, some black people are transgendered, and if they’re in school and they’re being harassed not on the basis of race, but on the basis of their gender or sexual identity, we have to have the same sense of urgency, right?” So how could this affect the president in 2012? Some church leaders tell The Washington Post this issue really isn’t the end-all-be-all. And a professor at NYU tells the Post Mr. Obama’s decision could even change the black community’s view on gay rights. "Given that a sub-share of black voters are so loyal to Obama, and he commands a fair amount of respect, my instinct is that a public change of heart on his part to support gay marriage could have a substantial impact on black voters.” Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos to receive daily updates. Get more multisource politics video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
5 Mar 2011
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BY KELSEY WAANANEN ANCHOR JENNY MECKLES You're watching multisource tech video news analysis from Newsy. AT&T is putting shackles on the customers who have jailbroken their iPhones. They’ve caught onto customers who are sharing their iPhone’s mobile Internet connection-- or tethering-- without paying for AT&T’s tethering plan. The email jail-breaking AT&T users got ominously says, “We’ve noticed your service plan may need updating” and then details how-- if tethering does not stop-- AT&T will automatically upgrade the customer to its tethering plan, which adds $20 each month on top of their data charges. If the tethering ends, no changes will occur. ZDNet notes-- this comes as a surprise for many users who thought AT&T was in the dark. “... the carrier is making it crystal clear to customers that it can tell who is using the unauthorized tethering. Users have long felt that the carrier cannot tell when they are using such tethering, but AT&T begs to differ.” And Read Write Web wonders-- how should we take this news? “Is this an unjust restriction on the use of data we’ve already paid for? Is it a logical move to keep the whole of the network sustainable at a time of heavy demand? Is it, in a way, good news to know ... you’ll still be allowed to use tethering if you just pay a small monthly fee?” Switched says AT&T is in the right, despite popular sentiment otherwise. “It’s something AT&T has every right to do, but is thought to be rather a [rude] move by users who feel they should be able to use their plans as they please.” But GigaOM says-- many customers will be taking this news hard. “I understand AT&T wanting to protect its network and its bottom line by cracking down on bandwidth hogs, but it’ll be interesting to see whether this hardline approach ultimately does more to harm customer goodwill than it does to hinder unapproved usage.” And The Unofficial Apple Weblog notes AT&T might just be using scare tactics. “ ... I’d imagine AT&T isn’t interested in catching every last person doing this. It’d be sufficient to catch enough people to generate a PR hullabaloo. The fear of punitive charges would effectively discourage everyone else.” Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for more daily updates. Get more multisource tech video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
22 Mar 2011
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Get the facts on how the proposed healthcare reform bill will have a costly and punitive impact on small business as it unfolds over the next decade.
24 Aug 2011
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(Image Source: CNN) BY HARUMENDHAH HELMY ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN This is Newsy Now and here are your latest headlines. In U.S. news, GOP presidential candidates battled in their last debate before the Florida primary. Analysts say both front runners Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich came out swinging - but one commentator tells CNN, Romney took the debate. “He was the Alpha dog last night. Newt Gingrich seemed a little passive. And when Romney pushed back on Gingrich’s investments, that was a key moment.” Still in U.S. news, BP has lost its attempt to share the burden of paying $40 billion in cleanup costs and economic losses related to the Gulf oil spill. A New Orleans judge has cleared Transocean, the company that owned the Deepwater Horizon rig, from having to pay compensatory damages. But KING says it is not totally off the hook. “Transocean is not exempt however from paying punitive damages and civil penalties.” In world news, the UN Security Council will meet behind closed doors later Friday to discuss the situation in Syria. This, as the government’s violent response to the uprising continues. Here’s WTVJ with the latest crackdown in Homs. “Ground reports saying mortar shells attacked houses, killing 30, including 12 children and one mother and her four children.” In tech news, Twitter can now censor tweets on a country-by-country basis. Critics of the move say Twitter is giving up its commitment to free speech in favor of further worldwide expansion. But the microblogging service says the new tool allows tweets to remain available for as many people as possible. KOLD explains. “Now, tweets containing content breaking a law in one country can be taken down there, and still be seen elsewhere.” And in other news - are you looking for a new, more adventurous job? Well, get your résumé ready, because today is the last day to apply for NASA’s astronaut classes. Here’s KUSA. “More than 3,500 hundred will apply, but only a handful will actually make the cut. Applicants have to have a degree in engineering, science or math, and three years of professional experience.” Stay with Newsy for more news analyses throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Christina Hartman, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster.
28 Jan 2012
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Rubin, graffeur suedois, evoque l importance des mesures de repression appliquees par la police pour contrer le graffiti illegal en Suede et la gravite des consequences punitives. Selon Rubin, la pratique illegale demeure malgre un element incontournable du graffiti en Suede. Can You Rock 2011, Montreal (Canada), 4 septembre 2011. Xpression Graffiti: *******xpressiongraffiti****/
31 Mar 2012
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BY EVAN THOMAS Twitter is sending a direct message to spammers — in court. In a post on its blog, Twitter announced it is suing five companies and individuals accused of creating and propagating spam across Twitter. “Our engineers continue to combat spammers’ efforts to circumvent our safeguards, and today we’re adding another weapon to our arsenal: the law.” One named defendant is TweetAdder. Its service will automatically follow other users, generate a stack of tweets with slight variation and automatically retweet other users — actions that are against Twitter’s terms of service. SlashGear says this is comparatively new legal territory. “There is no shortage of examples when it comes to e-mail service providers and even individual e-mail users suing spammers and winning, though in the growing social market, where the laws aren’t quite the same, there’s less case history.” So, ZDNet says, Twitter might want to brace for a long fight. “Last year, Yahoo won $610 million in a judgement against spammers. However, that case commenced in 2008 and was just completed in December, so that can give you an idea of just how long this might take for Twitter.” Wired points out — regardless of a win — the mere act of suing will be a useful precedent to threaten future spammers with. “It’s no guarantee that Twitter will win every lawsuit against spammers or sue every spammer, but it’s enough to make a spammer think twice about his future on Twitter — and possibly move to a less litigious or grown-up target.” According to Twitter’s court filing, the company is looking for monetary and punitive damages — at least $700,000 worth.
9 Apr 2012
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Rockstar girl Nargis Fakhri recently rejected an item song from Punit Malhotra's Gori Tere Pyaar Mein due to her prior work commitments. For daily dose of entertainment news log on to: *******www.lehren*** Like our Updates: *******www.facebook****/LehrenEntertainment Follow our tweets: ********twitter****/lehrentv
27 Feb 2013
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Are we entering a new prohibitionist era? Drinking and even smoking are still perfectly legal, but there is a sense that they are less acceptable than they once were. Cigarettes have become more expensive thanks to punitive taxes, and the authorities would like to do something similar with alcohol. The government drive to de-normalise smoking and drinking is aided and abetted by health professionals, but is it any business of the government to seek to change and mould our behaviour? Speakers in this compelling Battle of Ideas debate include Dr Sarah Jarvis, GP and author of Women’s Health for Life; Rob Lyons, deputy editor, Spiked and author of Panic on a Plate: how society developed an eating disorder; Dr Michael Nelson, director of research and nutrition, Children’s Food Trust; Chris Snowdon, author of Velvet Glove, Iron Fist and The Art of Suppression: pleasure, panic and prohibition since 1800; and Christine Thompson, UK government relations, SAB Miller.
18 Mar 2013
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While shooting for Punit Malhotra's upcoming film Kareena Kapoor was severely injured as she demanded to carry an action sequence without body doubles. Shocking isnt it? For daily dose of entertainment news log on to: *******www.lehren*** Like our Updates: *******www.facebook****/LehrenEntertainment Follow our tweets: ********twitter****/lehrentv
8 May 2013
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It is every actors dream to work with Karan Johar's Dharma Productions and Yash Raj Films. However not only did Shahid back out of Maneesh Sharma's YRF film, but he also rejected Dharma's Gori Tere Pyaar Mein. According to the sources, Punit Malhotra had offered Shahid, Gori Tere Pyaar Mein before Imran Khan. Shahid however was not convinced and backed out of the film. He excused himself even after a call from Karan Johar. Now here is an actor who says a no to big banner films For daily dose of entertainment news log on to: *******www.lehren*** Like our Updates: *******www.facebook****/LehrenEntertainment Follow our tweets: ********twitter****/lehrentv
27 Jun 2013
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Ohio personal injury lawyer http;//www.chesterlaw**** What is an Ohio Personal Injury Lawsuit I am Attorney David M. Chester from the Chester Law Group an Ohio personal injury law firm. Today we are here to discuss what is a personal injury complaint. A complaint is a legal document filed by your attorney against the party who has harmed you. The complaint begins the lawsuit process, and usually occurs when the other party does not make a fair offer to settle your claim. In the complaint, if you are filing it, you are known as the plaintiff. Also check out this video - ************/watch?v=Jl0Wkb0Uv7c. You state what you believe the other party, called the defendant, did to you and you ask for a damage amount. In ohio most lawyers just ask for in excess of $25,000. The complaint can have several different causes of actions, called counts. Count one could be a claim for negligence. Count two a complaint for breach of contract, such as if you are suing your own auto insurance company in an auto accident case. Count three could be for fraud, etc. You will have to prove each count is true in court by providing evidence to the court or jury, such as expert testimony, lay or regular person testimony, exhibits, etc. You have to prove that you are more likely right than not in most civil cases. This is also known as the preponderance of the evidence standard of care. If the other party acted intentionally or recklessly, your lawyer may ask for or "pray" for as is used in the complaint, for punitive damages to punish the other party. These are damages in excess of any actual damages you have suffered and are designed to punish the other party. There are limits on punitive damages in Ohio. The complaint gets served on the other party, so they know they are being sued. You usually get a certified mail notice in the mail from the clerk of courts in Ohio. To learn more on the Ohio personal injuries laws contact Chester Law today. Contact Chester Law Group at 800-218-4243 or visit our website at *******www.ChesterLaw****, Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers Ohio Personal Injury Attorneys Chester Law Group Co., LPA 430 White Pond Drive Akron, OH 44320 330-253-5678 800-218-4243 *******www.prweb****/releases/OhioPersonalInjuryLawyer/AkronPersonalInjuryLawyer/prweb10825611.htm)
28 Jun 2013
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