1. America Demands that Israel “Freeze” Growth and Construction

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    David Ha'Ivri of the Shomron Regional Council of the northern Samarian hills, also known as the northern part of the northern half of the West Bank presented a film and dialogue in response to Obama's demand that Israel “freeze” growth and construction -- that Israeli families not be allowed to build extra rooms on their houses, much less new houses, and that they discontinue even “natural growth.” Obama’s envoy to the Middle East, George Mitchell, explained the meaning of this to reporters last month: QUESTION: . . . can you give us just a definition of what the United States considers natural growth? What does that phrase mean in your mind? MR. MITCHELL: There’s been no change in our policy. And there have been - there have been discussions on every aspect of the issue. QUESTION: Well, what does natural growth mean? I mean, can you just use it in… MR. MITCHELL: I’m constantly asked by editors, you know, please give a plain explanation of what natural growth is. QUESTION: If it’s for your editor. (Laughter.) MR. MITCHELL: Well, of course, one of the issues is that there is no universally used and accepted definition. The most common definition is by the number of births, but there are many variations of that. I’ve had numerous discussions with many Israeli and other officials, and there are almost as many definitions as there are people speaking. But I think the most commonly used measure is the number of births. Not everyone is laughing. David Ha’Ivri is a spokesman and liaison for the Samaria Regional Council. He lives in Kfar Tapuach in the Shomron (Samaria) with his wife and eight children. His wife’s parents and many of her siblings live in the town as well. The Shomron Regional Council (Hebrew: מועצה אזורית שומרון‎) is a regional council in the northern Samarian hills, also known as the northern part of the northern half of the West Bank.

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    • CounterCurrent14

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      CounterCurrent is a five-day festival of bold experimental art presented by the UH Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts. Occupying a range of unexpected sites in the city of Houston, CounterCurrent includes audio and visual installation, live performance, and participatory events by artists from around the world. Collaborations with dynamic organizations and artists in the Houston community are included as well as fresh new works by University of Houston faculty and students. CounterCurrent will explore themes including language/translation, transportation/disorientation, belonging/alienation and collisions between natural and unnatural environments. Countercurrent will be punctuated with late night events and happy hours celebrating the festival’s incredible offerings. CounterCurrent artists include: Abinadi Meza Antena Byron Au Yong + Susie Lee Lacy Johnson + Josh Okun + Rob Ray Jonah Bokaer + Anthony McCall Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol Miwa Matreyek Otabenga Jones and Associates Re/CYCLE HUB Suzanne Bocanegra Steve Rowell Wu Tsang All festival events are available FREE OF CHARGE. A complete schedule of events and reservations will be available in March 2014 on www.countercurrentfestival.org Here.Now.Never Again.

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      • Fianna Fail - Peace Process

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        Produced with London’s Silverfish TV, this video for Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern's 2007 re-election campaign features Senator George Mitchell, British PM Tony Blair and U.S. President Bill Clinton as they discuss the obstacles that had to be overcome to achieve the historic peace treaty. Devine Mulvey

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        • George Mitchell

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          “Peace in the Middle East is of central importance to the entire world. An Israeli-Palestinian resolution of the conflict would be so valuable because it would permit countries that are now at odds with each other, the Arab countries, and Israel to look together toward their principal threat, which it Iran and its influence in the region.” A leader in law, business, and politics, George J. Mitchell, a widely respected former US senator from Maine, served as majority leader of the Senate, as special envoy for Northern Ireland under President Clinton, and as special envoy for Middle East peace under President Obama.

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          • George Mitchell Architect of the Woodlands Len Cannon pkg

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            How did the vision of one man inspire a beautiful planned community just north of Houston? How did it become a reality? It was the brainchild of a Houston legend, George Mitchell, and he named it: The Woodlands. There is much more to George Mitchell than this accomplishment. Let's take a look at George Mitchell and how he helped to fulfill the dreams of so many people.

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            • George Mitchell discusses his new book Mississippi Hill Country Blues, 1967

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              Introduced by John Evans at Lemuria Books, George Mitchell talks about his new book, Mississippi Hill Country Blues, 1967, and the adventure of discovering Fred McDowell, R. L. Burnside, Othar Turner, and others. Learn more about the book at Lemuria's website http://www.lemuriabooks.com/index.php?show=book&isbn=WFES617038167 and at University Press of Mississippi's website http://www.upress.state.ms.us/books/1562

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              • George Mitchell's Bowdoin Story

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                George Mitchell—who would one day lead the United States Senate—recounts the day in 1950 when he hitchhiked nearly 60 miles to Brunswick, and all the help that made his college education possible.

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                • Roger Clemens Not Guilty of Perjury and Obstruction

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                  My fourth and final package as an intern at NBC Newschannel. 7-time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens has been at the center of the steroids controversy since his name highlighted a list of alleged users in former Sen. George Mitchell's 2007 report on the matter. Clemens told a Congressional panel in 2008 - under oath - that he never used steroids or HGH during his 24-year career. On June 18, 2012, a jury found Clemens not guilty of lying to and obstructing that panel.

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                  • Sen. G. Mitchell '54 on Washington Gridlock

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                    During a recent visit to campus, U.S. Senator and Senate Majority Leader George J. Mitchell '54 (D-ME) sat down with Bowdoin's Director of News and Media Relations, Doug Cook, to discuss the current state of Congress, what it takes to make real progress in government, and how the lessons of peacemaking in Northern Ireland and diplomacy in the Middle East can help break ideological gridlock in Washington.

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                    • Weekend Update #29: Where are the Women?

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                      In this edition of Weekend Update, Russell Means gives voice to the destructive conditions that women willingly undergo in society. From those who inhibit their fertility, to those arguing for equal rights, Russell Means speaks to the underying troubles facing women today, and what can be done to bring the situation back into balance.

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