Lucky that Escambia County has more than two Sheriff’s Deputies, unlike some counties. Lucky they were brave and came to the rescue, saving lives. So, where was the Pensacola Naval Base Military Police? According to Escambia County Sheriff Morgan, “his office received a report of an active shooter at Naval Air Station Pensacola just before … Read moreLocal Sheriff’s Deputies Save US Naval Air Station from Saudi Military Pilot Gunman-Terrorist who was in “Training” on Base
Just a reminder. Mining Awareness + Osama Bin Laden’s half brother, Shafiq Bin Laden, lived in Trump Tower in 1986. Trump sold the 45th floor of Trump World Tower to Saudi Arabia, in the months before 911. It was sold at the time that the CIA started receiving a “barrage of intelligence” pointing to “imminent … Read more911 Hijackers Possibly Connected To Saudi Gov; Khashogghi Had Intel On Saudi Links To Al Qaeda Pre-911; Saudi Gov Rented Trump World Tower Floor Months Before 911 Attack; Bin Laden Brother Once Lived in Trump Tower
New Delhi, Dec 7 (IANS) The Unnao rape victim who was set ablaze and airlifted to Safdarjung Hospital here on Thursday has died. The victim who had more than 90 per cent burn injuries lost the battle after 43 hours and died due to cardian arrest. According to reports, the Unnao rape victim, was set ablaze … Read moreUnnao rape victim dies, a day after being set ablaze by accused
Editor’s Note: Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, savior of free trade in the Americas, is not doing so well. Where are all the jobs from Canada’s TPP deal and its European trade deal? OTTAWA — The Canadian economy posted its biggest monthly job loss since the financial crisis in November, pushing the unemployment rate higher and raising … Read moreCanadian economy posts biggest monthly job loss since financial crisis
Author Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni talks to VEENA RAO about her new novel, ‘The Forest of Enchantments’. Celebrated Indian-American author Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s new novel is a retelling of the epic Ramayan from Sita’s perspective. The Sita of The Forest of Enchantments is not the docile, long -suffering queen of public perception. She is a warrior … Read more“It was the right time to write about Sita’s strength and power”
BY MAHADEV DESAI Fortunately, the 2019 rainy season in India so far has been better than normal, but still the country need not be complacent and must take steps to safeguard against the looming water shortage crisis. India is home to 18% of the world’s population but has access to barely 4% of world’s fresh … Read moreWater crisis in India: The clock is ticking
BY JYOTHSNA HEGDE Atlanta, GA, December 6, 2019: They tread the untrodden trail, paving their own paths in pursuit of their passions. Their fields of work are all unique, be it medicine, research, entrepreneurship, executive positions, journalism, sports, law, music, education, and humanity, even. Patti Tripathi Patti Tripathi, a trailblazer in her own right, picks … Read moreSarisToSuits 2020 calendar: Empowered women pose for a cause
Fiction turned into fact and tomorrow “facts” will be captured as fiction. The increasing violence in movies and TV shows – showing crimes and vigilante justice – now stands transformed into reality with the Hyderabad…
It is a situation many readers would be familiar with, where they went to a police station with a complaint only to be told it was the ‘wrong’ police station and they should make their…
The drama in Maharashtra, leading to the improbable formation of a Congress-Shiv Sena-NCP government, provides an appropriate moment to take stock of the current and emerging political landscape. Politics in India is never static. Conventional…
By Geetika Jain ‘Sadhana’ in Sanskrit and Hindi means ‘to balance’ through practice. Its spiritual connotation implies balanced self-control in all dimensions of life. Every form of sadhana, in essence, is divine communion. Sadhana can…
Indian commentators have made much of the statement of a junior Japanese minister that Tokyo wanted more negotiations in RCEP for including India, before signing on to it. He didn’t quite say, as some Indian…
The wheel has come full circle for Hyderabad police. For a week the police was facing outrage over the gang rape-murder of a veterinary doctor coupled with an alleged callous, apathetic response to her family’s…
BY JYOTHSNA HEGDE Atlanta, GA, December 6, 2019: “I just wanted to come here and say thank you, because this campaign is about you, for you and our campaign truly is people powered campaign that can bring about systemic change in our leadership that will ensure our government is by and for the people,” said … Read moreIndian-American supporters fired up at Tulsi Gabbard’s debate watch party
BY JYOTHSNA HEGDE Atlanta, GA: We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give, the timeless quote by Winston Churchill embraces the spirit of Christmas in its truest form. To give. Yes. Not everyone is blessed even with the little things such as food and shelter that … Read moreIn the spirit of service: Featuring four Atlanta organizations that spread cheer all year round
The Future of This Website Dear Readers: As of 2:12 US East Coast time on December 6, this website has had 4,495,316 visits in 2019, half from the US and half from abroad. That number places this website in the highest visibility rank that an individual’s website can attain. The question keeps coming up whether … Read moreThe Future of This Website
Editor’s Note: In our view, the decades long situation of the excessively strong dollar is a major culprit, degrading our trade performance which disproportionately degrades the goods producing sector… which then dumps formerly full time employees onto the service economy. Realigning the dollar, like Reagan did in the 1985 Plaza Accord, would reverse the trade imbalance … Read moreUnderstanding The U.S. Economy: Lots Of Rotten Jobs
Editor’s Note: Really bad piece by Krugman defending the good old days of globalist free trade and offshoring. “This system worked well for many years.” No remorse for loss of important industries that we invented. Or job quality erosion. It’s all about the power — and the cronyism.
Prof. Wolff explains the background behind the ongoing labor protests in France.
Prof. Wolff breaks down the new trade deal with Japan and how markets have been reacting on renewed trade optimism.
Prof. Wolff debates former Barron’s economics editor Gene Epstein on which economic system best promotes, freedom, equality, and prosperity – socialism or capitalism.
Trumps warns of new China tariffs coming soon if the U.S. doesn’t start getting some workable proposals from Beijing. Prof Wolff gives his insight into the trade war and what we can expect.
BY JYOTHSNA HEGDE Atlanta, GA, December 6, 2019: What does a normal high school student do when an event he volunteers for is cancelled? Go a movie, perhaps? Well, not all high school students. Saddened by the cancellation of Gwinnett County Relay for Life Event at the Gwinnett Fairgrounds due to inclement weather back in … Read moreTaste of Gwinnett: Over 1000 people pamper their palettes to fight cancer
Prof. Wolff weighs in on the widening inequality gap in society.
For observers of U.S. domestic manufacturing, this morning’s new jobs report (for November) could not have made clearer how the recent strike at General Motors (GM) have bollixed up the recent monthly totals for reasons having nothing to do with the underlying state of the economy or with President Trump’s trade wars. Nonetheless, even with … Read more(What’s Left of) Our Economy: New U.S. Jobs Data Shows a Continued Trade Punch for Manufacturing – & Industry Resilience
Total US nonfarm jobs rose by 266,000 in November from the previous month, well above the monthly average of 180,000 per month so far in 2019, according to seasonally adjusted numbers released today by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. “While today’s gain was inflated by the return of the GM strikers to work, the … Read moreJobs jump in November, squashing recession concerns; temp jobs up by 4,800
President Donald Trump’s erratic policy shifts on Syria this fall have planted the seeds for new security threats to the United States and its allies—and Americans are noticing. The zigs and zags of Trump’s approach to Syria—announcing a full withdrawal of U.S. troops one week then sending U.S. troops back to “secure the oil” the … Read moreRussian Flags Over an American Base
BY KRISTEN MOON* One of my favorite trips this year took me just an hour’s drive from the U.S. border – or a quick two-hour flight from Atlanta – to a city with mid-70s weather and a cool breeze in August. The architecture has a distinctly European feel, a reflection of the city’s strong Scottish … Read moreFive reasons why Montreal is the perfect city for college students
Prof. Wolff weighs in on the deeply unpopular intervention by a billionaire into politics. This interview appears courtesy of Sputnik News’ Loud and Clear
Job Quality Instant Report: Job Creation and Job Quality are up in November Total non-farm payroll employment rose by 266,000 jobs in November, substantially above the median market expectation of 185,000.
Fee revenue at Korn Ferry (NYSE: KFY) fell 0.6% in its fiscal second quarter ended Oct. 31, although it was up 1% in constant currency. Revenue fell in the company’s advisory and executive search divisions; however, revenue jumped in its RPO and professional search segment. (US$ thousands) Q2 2020 Q2 2020 % change % change … Read moreKorn Ferry fee revenue down 0.6% in fiscal Q2
Employment in Canada fell by 71,200 jobs in November from October to a total of 19.09 million, according to seasonally adjusted numbers released today by Statistics Canada. Still, employment was up 1.6% on a year-over-year basis. Both full-time and part-time jobs fell in November. Full-time jobs were down by 38,400 and part-time jobs fell by … Read moreCanada loses 71,200 jobs in November
Employers aren’t just struggling to find high-skill professionals, they are also struggling to find low- and middle-skill workers, according to a report released today by TrueBlue Inc. (NYSE: TBI). The Tacoma, Washington-based staffing provider surveyed nearly 1,500 managers and found that: 32% can’t find workers to fill low-skill positions (those that may or may not … Read moreTalent Deficit: Employers struggle to find both low, middle skill workers as well as highly skilled
NTT Data Services struck a deal to acquire Flux7, an IT services firm based in Austin, Texas, with an office in Chennai, India. “The acquisition of Flux7 will enhance the value we can deliver in [Amazon Web Services], DevOps, and Agile development capabilities, while aligning with our focus to drive digital services for our clients,” … Read moreNTT Data Services announces deal to acquire Flux7, an IT services firm
Online staffing firm Upwork Inc. (NASDAQ: UPWK) appointed Erin Thomas as head of diversity, inclusion and belonging. Thomas joins Upwork from Paradigm Strategy Inc., a diversity and inclusion strategy firm. Prior to Paradigm, she has held positions at Grant Thornton LLP and Argonne National Laboratory. Thomas has a Doctor of Philosophy in social psychology from … Read morePeople: Upwork, TechGenies, Contemporary Staffing, Suna, Caring Brands, Trigyn
BY JYOTHSNA HEGDEPhotos by Photography by Vinod Atlanta, GA, December 6, 2019: “I am Raksha ki Beti,” meaning, “I am the daughter of Raksha,” the voice of a domestic violence survivor who embraced the organization as her mother, summarized the noteworthy contribution of Raksha, Inc., to society. Raksha Inc., is the only Atlanta based nonprofit … Read moreTogether we can heal: Community gathers to support Raksha at annual fundraiser
Prof. Wolff joins RT correspondent Rachel Blevins to break down the current state of Chinese trade, and what we can expect on their talks with the United States going forward.
BY JYOTHSNA HEGDE Atlanta, GA, December 6, 2019: “No child who walks in with a cancer diagnosis is sent untreated at Sri Shankara Cancer Hospital, irrespective of whether they can pay or not. And we pride in providing affordable care to all patients,” said Dr. Srinath B.S, Managing trustee and Chief Oncologist of Sri Shankara … Read moreOncologist Dr. Srinath B.S raises cancer awareness at Atlanta fundraiser