March, 2015

Miami’s Venezuelans Outraged Over News Of Socialist Celebration Legislators’ New Target

March 7, 2015 Nemes Worldwide News

Julio Borges, a parliamentarian and national planner of the Primero Justicia celebration, made around the world news in 2013, after he was hurt during a brawl among legislators.… Click Here to Read More

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Politics Virtually Drowns Out Message

March 6, 2015 Nemes Politics

History, like the politics that typically produces it, is unpleasant. Our backward looks at, state, the alliance that won World War II see only the arrangements and the partnerships. We miss the challenging negotiations, the minor games and the political showboating. Not so the history unfolding prior to us. It is as messy as can be.Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahus appearance before Congress falls under the unpleasant classification. There was absolutely nothing neat about it … except his warning. The speech came of politics at his end and ours. Prime Minister Netanyahu is in a domestic political battle of his own. His appearance prior to the United States Congress and, … Click Here to Read More

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Orbitz Worldwide Gets Average Suggestion Of “” Hold”” From …

March 5, 2015 Nemes Worldwide News

Orbitz Worldwide (NYSE: OWW) has gotten a consensus recommendation of Hold from the eleven analysts that are currently covering the stock, AnalystRatings.NET reports. 8 research study analysts have rated the stock with a hold recommendation and 2 have designated a buy recommendation to the company. The average twelve-month target rate amongst brokerages that have actually issued scores on the stock in the last year is $9.35.

A number of research companies have actually just recently commented on OWW. Analysts at RBC Capital restated a sector carry out rating and set a $12.00 cost target on shares of Orbitz Worldwide in a research note on Sunday, February 15th. Analysts at Oppenheimer … Click Here to Read More

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Probate Judges Caught In Legal Back-and-forth Over Same Sex Marital Relationship

March 5, 2015 Nemes Legal

It is March 27, 2013, file picture Kevin Coyne of Washington holds flags in front of the Supreme Court in Washington as the court hears arguments on gay marital relationship. Sometime this early July, the Court will announce the results in cases on Californian # 039; s ban on same-sex marital relationship, Proposal 8, and the federal Defense of Marriage Act, the federal law that specifies marital relationship as the union of a guy and a female. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — — It appears that 68 probate judges in Alabama have stopped releasing marriage licenses to same sex couples, according to the Person Rights Project.

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Obama: Noise Theology And Smart Politics

March 4, 2015 Nemes Politics

President Obamas statements, last week, at the annual National Prayer Breakfast were theologically sound and politically smart. In spite of this, his comments set off a storm of criticism from conservative critics who took him to job for both his faith and his politics. While I can not read their hearts, their rhetoric was so predictable and so extreme, that I presume some were triggered by a mix of blind ideology and anti-Muslim animus, combined with a tinge of bigotry. More to the point, the Presidents critics are just plain wrong– theologically and politically.

What President Obama stated was so extensive, it bears duplicating:

… [We] see faith being twisted

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Nevada’s Legal Purgatory: Paroled Prisoners Remain Behind Bars

March 3, 2015 Nemes Legal

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Nevada’s legal purgatory: Paroled prisoners stay behind bars

Russell Yeager looks through his schedule for the afternoon before biking to regional shops in the downtown location of Las Vegas on Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. Yeager has been staying in a halfway house, where he likewise works as part of the personnel, because his release from prison on parole in Jan. 2014. He was visiting shops that could potentially bring his artwork for sale. (Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Nevada’s legal purgatory: Paroled prisoners remain behind bars

Russell Yeager bikes along 3rd Street near Imperial Opportunity trying

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Robert Shiller’s (Depressing) Guidance For Investors

March 3, 2015 Nemes Finance

Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller has a grim message for investors: Save up, since in the years ahead, possessions aren’t going to offer you the type of returns that youve ended up being accustomed to. In his 3rd edition of Irrational Spirit, which will certainly drop later this month, the Yale professor of economics warns about high costs for stocks and bonds alike. Don’t use your usual presumptions about returns going forward. Shiller suggested to investors in a Thursday interview on CNBCs Futures Now. He states that stock valuations look rich. In fact, Shillers favorite assessment measure, the cyclically adjusted price-earnings ratio (which compares present prices to the previous 10 … Click Here to Read More

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Day 817: Mongolia Has Opportunity To Shine Or Face Legal Global Image Failure

March 2, 2015 Nemes Legal

Worldwide attention for occasions in Mongolia is unusual. The cases of sent to prison coal mining executives American Justin Kapla and Filipinos Hilarion Cajucom Jr. and Cristobal is supplying Mongolia’s President Elbegdorj and Prime Minister Saikhanbileg a chance to reveal their strength of management at home and abroad. This opportunity comes at a vital time for Mongolia with the economy in a state needing conversations with the International Monetary Fund.

Checking out Japan this previous week, sources say Prime Minister Saikhanbileg faced concerns about the legal situation of the three sent to prison former SouthGobi mining executives at every conference. Japan has in current years been prominent in providing the … Click Here to Read More

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For State-worker Couples, Politics Part Of Valentine’s Day

March 1, 2015 Nemes Politics

LANSING – 7 years earlier, a boyish-faced young man and a big-smiling young woman tied the knot.Theyd met through a mutual good friend. He liked her positive personality, and she made him laugh. She liked how sweet and caring he was, and loved how close he was to his family.They had a lot in common.

They enjoyed dinners and motion pictures, socializing with friends.Theyd both worked at an East Lansing retirement

house. But on the day they signed their wedding license, they both had a couple of years under their belts as workers of Michigan state government.Today, Mark Sanchez Jr., 29, is on leave from the Department of Innovation, Management… Click Here to Read More

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