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Citizens of North Dakota,
Thank you for your commitment to helping your fellow North Dakotans during the COVID-19 pandemic. Be assured that Team ND is working as one to slow the spread of this virus. We are taking steps to help North Dakotans through this crisis, and the health of our family, community members, co-workers and health care practitioners is our top priority.
North Dakotans have a history of working together with resiliency and purpose, and I have no doubt we will continue to be #NDStrong through this crisis.
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Hispanic Society Museum & Library and its neighborhood
The Hispanic Society Museum & Library is located in Upper Manhattan on the west side of Broadway between 155th and 156th Streets. Enter Audubon Terrace and proceed up the steps through the wrought iron gates. The Museum entrance is on the left, flanked by two limestone lions.
The Hispanic Society’s Museum is CLOSED for extensive renovations. During this period the Sorolla Vision of Spain Gallery and the Library will open on a limited basis, by appointment only. To visit the Sorolla Vision of Spain Gallery please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact the Library at email@example.com. Free educational and public programs will continue off-site.
Number 1 to Broadway and 157th Street, or the C to 155th Street
The Hispanic Society Museum & Library is located in Upper Manhattan on Audubon Terrace on the west side of Broadway between 155th
researched it on her
applied for the forms from the government
The Sun (2013)
The government should
employ people like me.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
came to hold governments responsible for
Politics, Planning and the State (1990)
Waiting for him were a
menacing group of government officials and a
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
said the government was to
blame for the
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Some things being
urged on the government because the economy is
apparently not growing are
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It is long
overdue time to
see some action where
The Sun (2010)
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Edwin Vieira, Jr.,
has condensed into this Monograph the substance of addresses he
to small groups that represent a cross-section of American
with fundamental monetary and banking reform.
is to present an analysis of the Federal Reserve System, its fiat
paper currency, and “fractional-reserve” banking that
infrequently, if ever,
appears in the popular press, in the media, in the discourse of
or political candidates, or (worse yet) in the nation’s schools.
however, is crucial to popular understanding of what the Federal
System is, what it does, and the dangers it poses to America’s
republican institutions of government. And such an understanding
to sweeping legislative or
When George Pataki was campaigning for re-election last fall, Rudy Giuliani’s people offered up the mayor to hit the stump with the governor in the nearby suburbs. Pretty good fit, it would seem: the man who cut their taxes, delivered to enthusiastic crowds by the man who tidied up the handful of square blocks they regularly visit.
But Pataki’s camp, one insider tells me, demurred, suspecting that what Giuliani really wanted out of this little road show was to elevate not the governor but himself – you know, let some of those swing voters who help elect senators lay eyes on him. One can’t help thinking they were right.
Two-kings-one-hill is an old story in politics, but Pataki and Giuliani are acting out the parts with a truly special vim and vinegar. What started with the usual off-the-record brickbats and items planted with political columnists took a nasty turn when
On any given day in America’s news cycle, stories and images of disgraced politicians and celebrities solicit our moral indignation, their misdeeds fueling a lucrative economy of shame and scandal. Shame is one of the most coercive, painful, and intriguing of human emotions. Only in recent years has interest in shame extended beyond a focus on the subjective experience of this emotion and its psychological effects. The essays collected here consider the role of shame as cultural practice and examine ways that public shaming practices enforce conformity and group coherence. Addressing abortion, mental illness, suicide, immigration, and body image among other issues, this volume calls attention to the ways shaming practices create and police social boundaries; how shaming speech is endorsed, judged, or challenged by various groups; and the distinct ways that shame is encoded and embodied in a nation that prides itself on individualism, diversity, and exceptionalism. Examining