Friday, July 25, 2014

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…on Central American Immigrants, Indonesian Presidents, Federal Employment and more in this week's Democracy Chronicles newsletterAs blogger, social media content curator/editor and Precarity Faculty Network coordinator, I subscribe to many weekly and daily email newsletters in addition to following social media and blog feeds. I don't -- can't -- blog all the newsletters but do try share as many as possible on social media and introduce you to selected newsletters by blogging samples. 

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ADRIAN'S IMAGE OF THE WEEK

Border Crisis: Where Are Our Tears?


BY ANA MARIA FORES TAMAYO
We have been reading much about the border crisis, and though I campaign mostly for adjunct faculty, as I always say, everything is related. We are all in this together. As we can see, we are all disenfranchised. So are the children escaping from their homelands.

World’s Third Largest Democracy Mired in Election Controversy


Indonesia the world’s third largest democracy has been mired in an election controversy as both candidates refuse to concede the election.


A Matter of Rights: The Deeper Implications of Harris v. Quinn

Harris v. Quinn is deeply troubling. While the case concerned workers and unions, the potentially negative decision could leave our most vulnerable citizens without the full protection of the federally mandated Medicaid program; that is the problem nobody seems to be talking about.
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India Impatient for Changes From New Government
Jul 22, 2014 01:08 pm
Promise of stronger economy to aid desperate poverty leaves much of India impatient
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Stock Sale to Reward China Corruption at Highest Levels
Jul 22, 2014 12:37 am
Tech giant public flotation to reward China corruption that sustains ruling dictatorship
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Border Crisis: Where Are Our Tears?
Jul 21, 2014 09:59 pm
We have been reading much about the border crisis, and though I campaign mostly for adjunct faculty, as I always say, everything is related. We are all in this together. As we can see, we are all disenfranchised. So are the children escaping from their homelands.
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World’s Third Largest Democracy Mired in Election Controversy
Jul 18, 2014 11:02 pm
Indonesia the world's third largest democracy has been mired in an election controversy as both candidates refuse to concede the election.
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Noriega Video Game Portrayal Upsets ex-Dictator
Jul 17, 2014 09:02 pm
Uproar over Manuel Noriega video game character upsets many who experienced his dark period in recent Nicaragua history including the ex-dictator himself
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Lack of Transparency Causes Wisconsin Election Ad Controversy
Jul 17, 2014 03:38 pm
GOP caught up in Wisconsin election ad battle regarding political spending by outside groups
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VIDEO: Corrupt Cartoon Politician’s Campaign Commercial
Jul 17, 2014 01:50 am
Hilarious video animation tries to bring awareness to a democracy where the poor voter is ignored with cartoon politician's one hundred percent honest television commercial
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A Matter of Rights: The Deeper Implications of Harris v. Quinn
Jul 16, 2014 11:28 pm
Harris v. Quinn is deeply troubling. While the case concerned workers and unions, the potentially negative decision could leave our most vulnerable citizens without the full protection of the federally mandated Medicaid program; that is the problem nobody seems to be talking about.
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Political Battle Over Small Town Internet Access
Jul 16, 2014 10:26 pm
Ongoing Congressional legislation over host of proposed communications and internet laws focuses on small town Internet access and reflects technology's demanding nature on modern government
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Jon Stewart Announces Presidential Run for Hillary Clinton
Jul 16, 2014 03:42 pm
Comedy Central political funny man Jon Stewart announces presidential run on behalf of guest Hillary Clinton, even if she doesn't yet publicly agree to it
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