Job: Mixed Production/Post Production Services [Camera Work & Package Production/Editing] for TIME Magazine. Follow Us! https://www.facebook.com/Protin.Pictures https://twitter.com/ProtinPictures https://www.google.com/+ProtinPictures Description: TIME Magazine's first live broadcast, brings you analysis and coverage of the 2014 SOTU. Big Thanks to TIME Magazine!+ More details
This is from Elvi Zapata's the Lord's Hour on July 12, 2015. Brother Elvi Zapata shared a dream from a sister who had a dream about Obama. Obama gave her 6 months provision which will be end in the end of August. God has shown many people that judgment is coming soon. After the judgment, there will be great revivals coming. And then, there will be rapture. Brother Elvi shared the vision and dream about tribulation. Jesus is coming soon! Visit Elvi Zapata's Blogtalkradio, http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thelordshour To see more videos of Elvi Zapata, http://www.elvizapata.com To know how to prepare the rapture and end times, http://www.soonrapture.com+ More details
In this edition, we visit the National Urban League 2012 Convention headed by CEO Marc H. Morial. Included is the speech delivered by President Barack Obama as well as interviews with leaders throughout our state. It's a must see.+ More details
Yep, it’s true, Jon entered the world of tablet computing with the Nook! AND he talks about it! We also cover: Portal 2, Nintendo, Steve Jobs, Google, Apple, Comcast, DRM, Console Gaming, President Obama, Cisco, Flip Cameras, T-Mobile and much much more! Remember Audio posts first, then Video! Special thanks to: Jon Kessler, Joseph Falbey, Ty Colwell and Chase Nunes. Show links can be found here: http://delicious.com/radiogg/160 More information can be found at: http://www.geekgamerradio.com Subscribe via iTunes with Video or MP3!+ More details
Learn more and download slides at: http://www.eesi.org/032814budget Friday, March 28, 2014——The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) -- in partnership with the House Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Caucus -- held a briefing on the energy efficiency and renewable energy implications of the fiscal year (FY) 2015 budget proposal released by President Obama on March 4. Speakers: Ashley Johnson, Office of Rep. Dave Reichert (R-WA) Jason Walsh, Senior Advisor, Dept. of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Download Jason Walsh's slides: http://files.eesi.org/JasonWalsh03281... Fred Sissine, Energy Policy Specialist, Congressional Research Service (CRS) Download Fred Sissine's slides: http://files.eesi.org/FredSissine0328... Scott Sklar, Chair, Steering Committee, Sustainable Energy Coalition; President, Stella Group, Ltd. Download Scott Sklar's slides: http://files.eesi.org/ScottSklar03281... The $3.9 trillion budget proposal reflects the Administration's "all of the above" energy strategy as well as its focus on climate change, following the unveiling of the President's Climate Action Plan in June 2013. Speakers from the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Congressional Research Service (CRS) gave an overview of the budget requests for various clean energy programs, explained budget priorities, and provided context on how these priorities and trends compared to prior years. The proposed 2015 budget increases the Department of Energy's (DOE) funding by 2.6 percent over 2014 enacted levels, but reduces the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) by 3.8 percent. The President's budget includes a $1 billion Climate Fund and a $56 billion infrastructure package that the Administration says would be used to "help our communities prepare for the effects of climate change." Related initiatives seek to make the electricity grid more resilient, not only to disasters but to attacks as well. Also of note is a requested increase of 26 percent over 2014 appropriations for the Department of Transportation. The increase is intended to go some ways to address the $86 billion maintenance backlog and help fund more energy efficient modes of transportation. The President's budget also calls for the elimination of fossil fuel subsidies, while proposing to make tax credits for renewable energy production permanent.+ More details
While the number of troops deployed overseas has decreased significantly, the cost per troop has increased markedly since the imposition of the 2011 Budget Control Act caps as the Obama administration and Congress have turned to Overseas Contingency Operations to fund increasingly unrelated programs. In his Fiscal Year 2016 request, President Obama requested a 6.8% increase above the 2015 level for base budget Pentagon spending, arguing for the third year that budget caps put in place by the 2011 Budget Control Act are not sustainable for either defense or non-defense spending. President Obama proposed instead to raise revenues and adopt alternate savings. Congress has again ignored the administration’s proposed alternative, choosing instead this year to use Overseas Contingency Operations as a loophole that allows the Pentagon to increase funding for base budget activities without regard to the constraints of the caps. Without better controls on Overseas Contingency Operations spending, the Pentagon is likely to continue to avoid making choices about how to accommodate the modernization and readiness increases that it wants with the freeze in defense spending mandated by the Budget Control Act.+ More details
A discussion with: Esraa Abdel Fattah Youth Committee Member, Al-Dostour Party Larry Diamond Director, Center on Democracy, Development, and Rule of Law, Stanford University Brian Katulis Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress Moderator: Stephen McInerney Executive Director, Project on Middle East Democracy Four years ago, President Barack Obama took office amid promises of a fundamentally different approach to U.S. policy in the Middle East. In frequent public remarks, including his first inaugural address and his major June 2009 speech in Cairo, President Obama promised to “seek a new way forward” in U.S. relations with the region, based on “mutual interest and mutual respect.” Such rhetoric was initially received with enthusiasm across a region eager for real change, but soon became viewed as empty words not backed up by substantive policy shifts. Even following the historic changes that have swept the region since early 2011, the U.S. administration has responded with similarly promising rhetoric, but with few tangible changes to policy. As President Obama embarks on his second term, it’s important to examine what concrete changes to U.S. policy are needed to fulfill the promises of President Obama’s rhetoric. How can the U.S. balance existing relationships with current governments and with those of nascent political actors? How should the U.S. view and engage with rising Islamist powers in the region? How best can the U.S. use its leverage with allies, and how should the role of U.S. aid to the region change? And what should the balance of public and private diplomacy look like?To answer these questions, POMED has gathered ideas from fifteen respected policy analysts and experts from the U.S. and from across the Middle East and North Africa and released them in a new publication, available here: www.pomed.org/moving-beyond-rhetoric+ More details
On September 24, Fordham Law hosted a debate that addressed President Obama's targeted killings program. The event, “Executive Power and Civil Liberties: Debating Obama’s Target Killing Program,” drew 245 people to the Law School’s McNally Amphitheatre and featured two leading constitutional law experts, Fordham Law Professor Martin S. Flaherty and Harvard Law Professor Jack Goldsmith. Another distinguished expert in constitutional law, William M. Treanor, moderated the debate.+ More details
Peter F. Cowhey is Dean of the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies. In his public lecture on February 23, 2010, Dean Cowhey drew on his experience serving in the new administration of President Barack Obama. Cowhey served as the Senior Counselor to Ambassador Ron Kirk at the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR).+ More details
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