Publicado en gobierno

Pass legislation to protect Robert Mueller’s investigation


To Members of the U.S. Senate: The American people deserve to know the truth about any interference by the Russian government in the 2016 election, any links with President Trump or his campaign, and any efforts to obstruct justice. Please co-sponsor (S.1735 & S.1741), the bipartisan legislation that would help prevent President Trump from firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller or interfering with his investigation. The need to speak up to protect this investigation just got even more urgent: President Donald Trump gave the order to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller back in June. His own top lawyer threatened to quit if he did, so Trump backed down. Trump will no doubt be furious that this news was leaked — especially as the investigation catches up to him. Mueller’s job is to make sure that no one involved in whatever wrongdoing may have occurred – including the President or his family – is above the law. If we let Trump derail his investigation, it would be a detriment to our democracy and the rule of law. Where we’re at now: Fortunately, some Republicans and Democrats have come together to introduce legislation that would make it much more difficult for President Trump to fire Special Counsel Mueller, and preserve the independence of future Special Counsels. This is a hopeful sign of bipartisan agreement on a matter of fundamental importance to the rule of law. That’s why it’s time for every Senator to put country before party and pass legislation to protect Robert Mueller’s investigation.

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Publicado en Educación

Universidad de Texas emite comunicado condenando la venta en sus instalaciones de pasteles y galletas de acuerdo con la raza


Mientras que los conservadores declaran que Acción Alternativa facilita la entrada de minorías a las universidades, estadísticas muestran que casi la mitad de los alumnos de la UT son blancos, el 22% son hispanos y menos del 5%, de raza negra.

Origen: Universidad de Texas emite comunicado condenando la venta en sus instalaciones de pasteles y galletas de acuerdo con la raza

Publicado en Deportes

MLB unveils Puerto Rico Series events


The highly-anticipated matchup in Puerto Rico between the Indians and Twins next week received more anticipation on Tuesday, as Major jLeague Baseball announced its full slate of ceremonial events surrounding the two-game series at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan. Among the former big leaguers who are native Puerto Ricans that will be in attendance will include Bernie Williams and Carlos Beltran, as well as musical artist Daddy Yankee, the Grammy Award nominee for his famed single “Despacito.” And, of course, the games themselves will feature Puerto Ricans such as Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor and Twins left fielder Eddie Rosario, among others.

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Publicado en SABIDURIA

Why You Are ACTUALLY So Special


Important ideas are trying to make their way into this world through you.
In this free video David Bayer  explain how you can tap into those ideas and suggest what you’ve been doing that may be preventing you from accessing the treasure trove of valuable thoughts that have been trickling your way.

Enjoy!