Look up site – Myrlina Hermes http://myrlinahermes.com/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 22:46:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://myrlinahermes.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-6-150x150.png Look up site – Myrlina Hermes http://myrlinahermes.com/ 32 32 Intero Welcomes Jen Almeida as Vice President and Co-General Manager of Intero Gardnerville https://myrlinahermes.com/intero-welcomes-jen-almeida-as-vice-president-and-co-general-manager-of-intero-gardnerville/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 17:47:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/intero-welcomes-jen-almeida-as-vice-president-and-co-general-manager-of-intero-gardnerville/ CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Intero, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway and a wholly-owned subsidiary of HomeServices of America, Inc., is proud to announce the appointment of Jen Springmeyer Almeida as Vice President and Co-General Manager of the Gardnerville office. She will run the office with Dennis McDuffee, who started Intero Gardnerville with Teddy Carlson-McKone in 2010. “Teddy […]]]>

CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Intero, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway and a wholly-owned subsidiary of HomeServices of America, Inc., is proud to announce the appointment of Jen Springmeyer Almeida as Vice President and Co-General Manager of the Gardnerville office. She will run the office with Dennis McDuffee, who started Intero Gardnerville with Teddy Carlson-McKone in 2010.

“Teddy will be missed in her role as Vice President and General Manager, but we’re glad she’s staying on as Top REALTOR.® on the Intero team,” said Brian Crane, President and CEO of Intero. “I am thrilled to see Jen in her new role. Jen exemplifies all the traits that make a great leader; I have no doubt that she and Dennis will continue the strong legacy of professionalism and growth that we are blessed with. have in Northern Nevada!

Jen graduated from Douglas High School and went on to study at Western Nevada College and the University of Nevada, Reno. be a 5e generation Nevadan, Jen has extensive knowledge of the Northern Nevada area which has contributed to her success as a real estate agent.®. She has always been recognized during the celebration of the Intero Honors Production Awards. This year, she ranked in the top 5% of the entire company.

“I am honored to take on this new leadership role,” said Jen Springmeyer Almeida, Vice President and General Manager of Intero Gardnerville. “We have a great team here, and I look forward to working alongside Dennis and expanding Intero’s growing presence in Northern Nevada.”

Jen married her high school sweetheart in 1993. Together they raised their three children in Carson Valley. They now enjoy being grandparents to their one-year-old grandson. The family enjoys many outdoor activities, from biking to camping to hiking in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains. Jen has worked with several local youth organizations including Carson Valley Little League, AYSO and Carson Valley Girls Softball.

“I can’t think of anyone who is more suitable for this role. I know Jen will bring great value and insight to our agents and help the Gardnerville office reach its full potential,” said Teddy Carlson-McKone, former vice president and general manager of the Gardnerville site.

“I want to thank Teddy for his hard work and dedication to building Intero Gardnerville and Markleeville from the ground up!” Crane added. “Teddy and his business partner, Dennis McDuffee, have created an exceptional company culture and environment that continues to provide the best real estate agents with the opportunity to grow and grow their business.”

Intero, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway and a wholly owned subsidiary of HomeServices of America Inc., serves Northern California and Nevada with 21 offices in Greater Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Calaveras County, Western Nevada and the Great Lake Tahoe region. The Intero Franchise network includes 34 subsidiaries located in California, Nevada, Tennessee and Texas. The company is headquartered in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley.

For more information about Intero, visit www.intero.com. For more information about HomeServices of America, visit www.homeservices.com.

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Kern superintendent hopes new website will help teachers find the perfect job https://myrlinahermes.com/kern-superintendent-hopes-new-website-will-help-teachers-find-the-perfect-job/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 01:00:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/kern-superintendent-hopes-new-website-will-help-teachers-find-the-perfect-job/ BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KERO) — When you drop your kids off at school, you hope they get the best, most experienced teacher possible. The goal of a new initiative in California and Kern County is to get and keep these teachers in the classroom. Districts across the country are struggling to recruit and retain public school […]]]>

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KERO) — When you drop your kids off at school, you hope they get the best, most experienced teacher possible. The goal of a new initiative in California and Kern County is to get and keep these teachers in the classroom.

Districts across the country are struggling to recruit and retain public school teachers, and Kern County is no exception. In response to the need for teachers, the Kern County Superintendent of Schools launched a teacher recruitment website.

Think of the website as an eHarmony or Match.com for teachers rather than dating. Instead of finding the perfect partner, they hope to find the perfect school, program, or mentor for future teachers.

The idea is to have all the resources those who want to become teachers need in one place so they don’t go looking for opportunities elsewhere, and Kern County is seeing an increase in people entering these programs at the secondary and college levels.

Recruiting new staff takes time, and the district still has to fill decades-old vacancies, as the shortage actually began when many teachers were laid off or opted to retire early during the 2008 recession.

Tania Schalburg Dykes, teacher development program coordinator for the Kern County Superintendent of Schools, says this generation of teachers faces a similar challenge.

“We’re slowly making a difference, but as long as these baby boomers continue to retire, we’ll have these holes, these gaps to fill,” Schalburg Dykes said.

According to Schalburg Dykes, the areas most in need of teachers are special education and single-subject math and science, but she says there are also shortages in the arts and multidisciplinary teachers.

The district hopes the website will inspire people who are considering becoming teachers to become fully engaged.

“(The website is) designed to educate prospective teachers on the vast benefits of teaching and also to guide them through the steps they must take to become a credentialed teacher,” Schalburg Dykes said.

According to Marvin Lopez, program coordinator for the California Center of Teaching Careers, the website is meant to function as a database for schools and prospective teachers.

“For school districts, it allows them to increase the pool of candidates they can talk to or meet with,” Lopez said.

Lopez is overseeing the initiative, which is part of a larger statewide campaign led by the California Center on Teaching Careers in Tulare County. The center says enrollment in teacher preparation programs has dropped by more than 70% over the past decade, often due to work-related stress.

According to EdSource.org, the California State Teachers’ Retirement System projects that about 16,000 teachers will retire by the end of 2022. This would be the highest number since 2009 to 2010 and represents about 5% of the 320,000 teachers in the state.

The state pension system also said the average age of teachers who retired from 2019 to 2020 was 63, and they had been teaching for just over 24 years on average.

Additionally, the California Center on Teaching Careers mentions a study of 170 teachers that showed more than a third of them met the threshold for depression or anxiety, and 1 in 5 had symptoms of PTSD.

Kern County is trying to combat this with a collaborative approach.

“They have mentors there,” Schalburg Dykes said, speaking of Kern County Schools. “They have academic mentors and strong networks in the community who meet with teachers to support them emotionally.”

She added that the district is working with more than 40 other school districts nationwide to help identify teachers who may need additional help.

However, it is important to remember that the county is seeing increased interest in education.

“More and more candidates are entering teacher preparation. the same number of teachers are retiring. Enrollments are holding up now,” Schalburg Dykes said. “I think we will be able to fill the void. We all take a deep breath.

The district also hopes to grow its workforce in Kern County by tapping into local high schools to put students on a teaching path, then continuing to develop those future teachers through programs at Bakersfield College and Cal State Bakersfield.



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Zelenskiy swears no respite as Ukraine says troops cross key river in northeast https://myrlinahermes.com/zelenskiy-swears-no-respite-as-ukraine-says-troops-cross-key-river-in-northeast/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 14:19:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/zelenskiy-swears-no-respite-as-ukraine-says-troops-cross-key-river-in-northeast/ Ukraine says its forces are advancing towards the eastern shore of Oskil Biden says ‘They beat Russia’ Ukraine says Russia strikes Pivdennukrainsk nuclear power plant KYIV, Sept 19 (Reuters) – President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has vowed there will be no respite in Ukraine’s fight to regain territory as Kyiv says his troops have crossed a major […]]]>
  • Ukraine says its forces are advancing towards the eastern shore of Oskil
  • Biden says ‘They beat Russia’
  • Ukraine says Russia strikes Pivdennukrainsk nuclear power plant

KYIV, Sept 19 (Reuters) – President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has vowed there will be no respite in Ukraine’s fight to regain territory as Kyiv says his troops have crossed a major river, opening the way for an assault on the Russian occupation forces in the east of the country. Donbas region.

Reflecting the dramatic change in momentum since Ukrainian forces routed Russian troops earlier this month in the northeast, US President Joe Biden offered his strongest prediction yet that Ukraine would win the war.

“They beat Russia,” Biden said in an interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes.”

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Victory would come only when Russian forces were completely driven from Ukrainian territory, and the United States would support Ukraine “as long as it takes,” Biden said.

“Russia turns out not to be as competent and capable as many people thought it was going to be.”

Crossing the Oskil River is another important step in the Ukrainian counter-offensive in the northeast region of Kharkiv. The river flows south into the Siversky Donets, which meanders through the Donbass, the main focus of the Russian invasion.

Further beyond is Luhansk province, the base of Russian separatist proxies since 2014 and fully in Russian hands since July after some of the war’s bloodiest battles.

Ukrainian troops “crossed the Oskil. Since yesterday, Ukraine controls the eastern bank,” the Ukrainian Armed Forces wrote on Telegram on Sunday.

Serhiy Gaidai, Ukrainian governor of Luhansk, wrote on Telegram: “Luhansk region is right next to it. Disoccupation is not far away.”

Gaidai said Ukrainian forces had regained full control of the town of Kreminna and the village of Bilohorivka. Both settlements are located on roads on the northern approach to the town of Lysychansk, whose fall after weeks of fierce battles in July brought Luhansk fully under Russian control.

Bilohorivka, the closer of the two to Lysychansk, is located just 8 km (5 miles) from the outskirts of the city.

Ukrainian forces swept through the Kharkiv region this month after crossing the frontline, sending thousands of Russian troops fleeing and abandoning their tanks and ammunition. In recent days, the pace of the Ukrainian advance has slowed again, but Zelenskiy said that was only because forces were consolidating and preparing for further offensives.

“Perhaps it seems to some of you that after a winning streak we now have some kind of lull,” he said in his usual late-night address on Sunday. “But there won’t be a lull. There is preparation for the next series… Because Ukraine must be free. All of that.”

ALARM ON THE NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

Ukraine on Monday accused Russian forces of bombing near the Pivdennoukrainsk nuclear power plant in the southern Mykolaiv region.

An explosion occurred 300 meters (yards) from the reactors and damaged the plant buildings shortly after midnight, Ukrainian nuclear operator Energoatom said in a statement. The reactors were undamaged and no personnel were injured, he said, posting photographs showing a huge crater he said was caused by the explosion.

“Russia endangers the whole world. We have to stop it before it’s too late,” Zelenskiy said in a social media post.

The strikes will add to global concern over the potential for an atomic disaster, already heightened by fighting around another Ukrainian nuclear power plant in the south, Zaporizhzhia, captured by Russian forces in March. Moscow ignored international calls to withdraw and demilitarize it.

Since its forces were driven out of Kharkiv, Russia has repeatedly fired on power stations, water infrastructure and other civilian targets in what Ukraine says is retaliation for defeats on the ground. Moscow denies deliberately targeting civilians.

“ILLUSORY GOALS”

Russia’s rapid losses in recent weeks have rattled a Kremlin public relations campaign that has never strayed from the line that the “special military operation” is “going to plan”.

Officially, Russia announced that it was moving troops out of the Kharkiv region to regroup elsewhere. But the losses are openly acknowledged on state television, with commentators calling for escalation.

Alla Pugacheva, 73, Russia’s most famous pop diva since the Soviet era, has become by far the biggest mainstream cultural figure to oppose the war, with an Instagram post denouncing “the death of our guys for illusory goals that turn our country into a pariah and worsen the lives of our fellow citizens”.

Russian President Vladimir Putin met Chinese and Indian leaders at a summit last week and acknowledged their ‘concerns’ over the conflict, a rare nod to friction with Asian powers he has turned to in the midst of a total break with the West.

He played down the Ukrainian advance: “Kyiv authorities have announced that they have launched and are carrying out an active counter-offensive operation,” he said with a smile at Friday’s summit. “Well, let’s see how it develops, how it ends.”

The Kremlin on Monday denied that Russia was responsible for the atrocities Ukraine says it uncovered in territory it recaptured from Russian forces.

“It’s a lie, and of course we will stand for the truth in this story,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, comparing the allegations to incidents earlier in the war where Russia claimed without evidence that atrocities had been committed by Ukrainians.

Ukraine has sent forensic experts to a huge burial site in the woods near the town of Izium, where 17 soldiers were found in a mass grave, some showing evidence of having been tortured under the occupation Russian.

In London, Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and First Lady Olena Zelenska attended the funeral of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. Russia was banned from the ceremony.

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Reports from Reuters offices; Written by David Brunnstrom, Stephen Coates and Peter Graff; Editing by Shri Navaratnam, Lincoln Feast and Mark Heinrich

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AHF calls on Governor Newsom to ‘help people living with HIV’ https://myrlinahermes.com/ahf-calls-on-governor-newsom-to-help-people-living-with-hiv/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 20:40:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/ahf-calls-on-governor-newsom-to-help-people-living-with-hiv/ LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AHF will run a full-page, color advertisement in the Sacramento Bee this Sunday, September 18e. The announcement, titled “Governor Newsom: Help People Living with HIV,” is a heartfelt plea to the Governor asking for his help to help prevent the disruption of care for more than 1,400 AIDS patients in Los Angeles. AHF […]]]>

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AHF will run a full-page, color advertisement in the Sacramento Bee this Sunday, September 18e. The announcement, titled “Governor Newsom: Help People Living with HIV,” is a heartfelt plea to the Governor asking for his help to help prevent the disruption of care for more than 1,400 AIDS patients in Los Angeles. AHF is calling on Newsom to step in and stop Medi-Cal from canceling a respected 27-year-old AIDS care program created and run by AHF – the only specialized managed care plan for people living with AIDS in California.

In late June, AHF received notice from the state’s Department of Managed Health Care that it was not renewing AHF’s contract for the 2023 plan, leaving patients at the mercy of other care plans whose medical providers do not have a long-standing relationship with them. particular patients – and also may not have the same degree of expertise in managing the care of AIDS patients.

In its ad in the Bee, AHF cites the centuries-old tradition of AIDS activism that woke up a nation to the poor quality of treatment for AIDS patients and reminds Governor Newsom:

“You have had an outstanding record as mayor and governor supporting the LGBTQ community, which is most affected by HIV. We hope you will continue to trust us.

The announcement continues:

“Your department admits that the reason for canceling this contract has nothing to do with the quality of care we provide, only that we sought to mobilize our patients for the defense.

We are appealing this decision, but your department has openly stated that it will cancel this contract while the appeal is pending. It’s just plain unfair and a mockery of due process.

Unless Governor Newsom intervenes or AHF’s appeal to the California Department of Managed Health Care is promptly heard and prevails, AHF’s contract for its care plan managed for people living with AIDS will expire or terminate on December 31.st of this year.

AIDS Health Foundation (AHF), the world’s largest AIDS service organization, currently provides medical care and/or services to more than 1.6 million people in 45 countries around the world in the United States, Africa, Latin America /Caribbean, Asia/Pacific and Eastern Europe. To learn more about AHF, please visit our website: www.aidshealth.org, find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/aidshealth, follow us @aidshealthcare or subscribe to our AHF podcast “AHFter Hours”.

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Shaun Alexander joins Seahawks Ring of Honor https://myrlinahermes.com/shaun-alexander-joins-seahawks-ring-of-honor/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 20:10:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/shaun-alexander-joins-seahawks-ring-of-honor/ Former Alabama running back Shaun Alexander will become the Seattle Seahawks’ 15th Ring of Honor member, the NFL team announced Thursday. “Shaun is the true definition of a champion both on and off the court,” Seahawks President Chuck Arnold said, “and we’re thrilled to officially celebrate him in front of the 12 this season with […]]]>

Former Alabama running back Shaun Alexander will become the Seattle Seahawks’ 15th Ring of Honor member, the NFL team announced Thursday.

“Shaun is the true definition of a champion both on and off the court,” Seahawks President Chuck Arnold said, “and we’re thrilled to officially celebrate him in front of the 12 this season with his induction ceremony. .”

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Alexander will be inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor during Seattle’s game against the Arizona Cardinals on Oct. 16.

Alexander joined the Seahawks from the Crimson Tide as the 19th pick in the 2000 NFL Draft and played for Seattle throughout the 2007 season.

During this time, Alexander set franchise records for career, single-season, and single-game rushing yards that remain team standards today.

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Alexander’s best season came in 2005, when he became the only Seattle player to win the NFL Most Valuable Player award. Alexander led the league with 1,880 yards and 27 touchdowns on 370 rushing attempts this season, which the Seahawks capped with a trip to the Super Bowl.

Alexander will be the second player with Alabama football roots in the Seahawks’ Ring of Honor, joining former Aliceville High School star Walter Jones. Jones started at left offensive tackle in every game of Alexander’s time with Seattle.

Other Seattle Ring of Honor members include Dave Brown, Kenny Easley, Jacob Green, Pete Gross, Matt Hasselbeck, Cortez Kennedy, David Krieg, Steve Largent, Curt Warner and Jim Zorn, coach Mike Holmgren and Chuck Knox and the owner Paul Allen.

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“It’s so exciting and such an honor to be part of the Ring of Honor,” Alexander told the Seahawks website. “When you come to Seattle and you look around the stadium, you see some of the greatest up there in the Ring of Honor. I remember seeing Steve Largent and his highlights, and Jim Zorn. And then me being running back, you see Curt Warner. You’re like, ‘Dang, I gotta go after their records. It’s gonna be exciting. So being mentioned with these guys, and of course Walt and Cortez, who were like big brothers when I got there, it’s really cool. Super excited.”

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Mark Inabinett is a sports reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter at @AMarkG1.

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Jennifer Lawrence Has a Big JLo and Ben Affleck Zinger When Asked One Thing She Wish She’d Known Before Marrying Cooke Maroney https://myrlinahermes.com/jennifer-lawrence-has-a-big-jlo-and-ben-affleck-zinger-when-asked-one-thing-she-wish-shed-known-before-marrying-cooke-maroney/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 14:32:14 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/jennifer-lawrence-has-a-big-jlo-and-ben-affleck-zinger-when-asked-one-thing-she-wish-shed-known-before-marrying-cooke-maroney/ Jennifer Lawrence has endeared herself to fans over the years, not just for her on-screen talents – as evidenced by four Oscar nominations and one win — but with his hilarious personality, authenticity, and badass nature. The actress never seems afraid to say exactly how she feels, and she proved she really was like us […]]]>

Jennifer Lawrence has endeared herself to fans over the years, not just for her on-screen talents – as evidenced by four Oscar nominations and one win — but with his hilarious personality, authenticity, and badass nature. The actress never seems afraid to say exactly how she feels, and she proved she really was like us when she shared it the excitement last year about Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck rekindling their relationship. J-Law touched on her Bennifer stan tendencies again, when she provided a great answer to a question about her marriage to Cooke Maroney.

The Don’t look up the actress recently answered some fun questions about her life – and shared an A+ story about invite Robert De Niro to his rehearsal dinner — when she answered “73 questions” with vogue. Some of those questions were about her family, and when asked what she wished she had known before marrying Cooke Maroney, Jennifer Lawrence deadpanned:

That Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez were going to do it again.

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10 Halloween Movies For The Whole Family Like Hocus Pocus 2 You Need To See https://myrlinahermes.com/10-halloween-movies-for-the-whole-family-like-hocus-pocus-2-you-need-to-see/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 20:51:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/10-halloween-movies-for-the-whole-family-like-hocus-pocus-2-you-need-to-see/ Two years after her second outing as Wednesday’s “Addams Family Values,” Ricci returned to the world of the living dead with the 1995 family fantasy “Caspe’s Film Is One of the First Films to Truly Lean on the… computer-generated animation in the wake of Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park” pioneer in 1993, this time using the […]]]>

Two years after her second outing as Wednesday’s “Addams Family Values,” Ricci returned to the world of the living dead with the 1995 family fantasy “Caspe’s Film Is One of the First Films to Truly Lean on the… computer-generated animation in the wake of Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park” pioneer in 1993, this time using the latest technology to power its spooky tracks instead of a few bloodthirsty monsters.

Ricci plays Kat, a clumsy teenager who reluctantly follows her widowed father (Bill Pullman) across the country as he uses his job as a paranormal therapist to mask his goal of one day making contact with his late wife. When they get a call from a money-hungry duo determined to get their hands on treasure hidden inside Whipstaff’s haunted mansion, they move in to rid the house of its ghostly guests. It’s here that Kat befriends Casper (Malachi Pearson), a friendly ghost haunted by her evil uncles, Stretch (Joe Nipote), Stinkie (Joe Alaskey), and Fatso (Brad Garrett).

“Casper” is one of those early ’90s family comedies that isn’t afraid to mix kid-friendly humor with something for adults, making movie night enjoyable for everyone. Like a spiritual sibling to “Hocus Pocus,” its seasonal, small-town aesthetic gives it a Sunday afternoon viewing vibe, and it also culminates in a big costumed Halloween party. “Casper” gets extra points for including a Ghostbuster appearance from Dan Aykroyd, Dr. Ray Stanz, who tries – and fails – to stop Casper’s evil uncles.

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Mar-a-Lago search: Trump team and Justice Department suggest rival ‘special master’ candidates | Mar-a-Lago https://myrlinahermes.com/mar-a-lago-search-trump-team-and-justice-department-suggest-rival-special-master-candidates-mar-a-lago/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 02:53:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/mar-a-lago-search-trump-team-and-justice-department-suggest-rival-special-master-candidates-mar-a-lago/ The U.S. Department of Justice and Donald Trump’s lawyers were unable to agree Friday night on who to appoint as a so-called special master to review potential privilege protections for documents the FBI seized in the resort of former President Mar-a-Lago earlier this month. The Justice Department and Trump met a deadline to submit a […]]]>

The U.S. Department of Justice and Donald Trump’s lawyers were unable to agree Friday night on who to appoint as a so-called special master to review potential privilege protections for documents the FBI seized in the resort of former President Mar-a-Lago earlier this month.

The Justice Department and Trump met a deadline to submit a joint brief but failed to reach consensus on most of the key issues at stake: not only the identity of the special master but also the scope of the job. , and who should pay for the extra fee.

With the two sides unable to agree on who should serve as the special master, the Justice Department and Trump’s attorneys each offered two nominees, saying they would advise the judge handling the case, Aileen Cannon, of their positions after the weekend.

The Justice Department has nominated two retired federal judges: former U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Jones, who previously served as special master, and former U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Thomas Griffith. DC Circuit and lecturer at Harvard Law School.

Trump’s lawyers have proposed a federal judge and a Florida attorney: former U.S. District Court Chief Judge Raymond Dearie, one of four judges who authorized a wiretap on the former Trump campaign aide 2016 Carter Page, and former Florida Assistant Attorney General Paul Huck.

The disagreements between the two sides on the already contentious issue of the special master – the government had previously filed a notice of appeal against the order appointing the arbitrator – outnumbered the points of consensus.

On documents to be reviewed, the Justice Department said the special master should not review documents with classified marks or potentially subject to executive privilege, while the Trump team said all documents should be examined.

“The special master should not examine documents with classification marks; should not adjudicate claims of executive privilege (but should submit to [the National Archives] all documents upon which such claims are made),” the Justice Department said.

On the access each party should have to the documents, the Justice Department said it wants to review proposed protective designations before they go to the special master, while Trump said they should stay protected to protect the process.

The Justice Department then said it wanted to see the categorizations of Trump’s lawyers before the documents were sent to the special master – to buy time if they agreed – but Trump’s lawyers said that the special master should simply examine all the documents seized.

Additionally, while Trump suggested that the costs of the special master should be apportioned equally, the Justice Department argued that “as the party requesting the special master, the plaintiff should bear the additional expenses of the special master’s work. “.

Ultimately, the final appointment of the independent arbitrator rests with Cannon, the judge handling the case who ordered both sides to produce a list of qualified nominees by midnight Friday. Cannon will also define the scope of the review.

The government, seeking a quick resolution to the review that has delayed its investigation into Trump’s unauthorized withholding of government secrets, has proposed an Oct. 17 deadline to complete the review. Trump has proposed a 90-day window.

The dispute over the scope of the special master’s duties has become a simmering point of tension, with the Justice Department adamantly asserting that documents with classified marks belong to the government and cannot even be subject to executive privilege.

That argument was mirrored in a government stay motion that asked Cannon to rescind an order barring investigators from examining seized documents — and said it would appeal to a higher court if the motion is not successful. not granted.

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Tribute to Rick Resclora, the former Purple Heart recipient who saved the lives of many on 9/11 https://myrlinahermes.com/tribute-to-rick-resclora-the-former-purple-heart-recipient-who-saved-the-lives-of-many-on-9-11/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 12:20:46 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/tribute-to-rick-resclora-the-former-purple-heart-recipient-who-saved-the-lives-of-many-on-9-11/ For people who survived the destruction of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, or who witnessed the horror in person or on television, the historic event may seem like just a few days in the past instead of 21. years behind us. The coldness and emotion of the inconceivable unfolding are still palpable. […]]]>

For people who survived the destruction of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, or who witnessed the horror in person or on television, the historic event may seem like just a few days in the past instead of 21. years behind us. The coldness and emotion of the inconceivable unfolding are still palpable.

And for the 2,700 Morgan Stanley survivors of that terrible day, another feeling was and still is at the forefront of many people’s minds: gratitude. More than two decades ago, corporate security officer Rick Rescorla saved them, but he didn’t save himself.

The American Veterans Center focuses on the heroism demonstrated on 9/11 and said in a “Tribute” about Rick Rescorla: “Inside these buildings selfless acts of heroism were displayed that were so profound that if they had been seen on a battlefield, they would have deserved all the glory given to those who received the Medal of Honor.

Born in England, Rescorla first joined the British Army in 1956 at the age of 16 to fight Communists in Cyprus and Rhodesia, then joined the United States Army to fight Communism in Vietnam. It was there, as platoon leader of the 7th Cavalry, that Rescorla first showed his courage, remaining calm under fire in the fierce Battle of Ia Drang Valley, the first major clash between the US Army and the People’s Army of Vietnam in November. 1965. Rescorla also gained notoriety during the fights due to his booming baritone singing of Cornish songs from his childhood. A photo of Rescorla was used for the cover of “We Were Soldiers Once…and Young: Ia Drang—the Battle That Changed the War in Vietnam”, a book by Hal Moore and Joseph L. Galloway that later became a film starring Mel Gibson. For his bravery in Vietnam, Rescorla received a Purple Heart and a Silver Star.

After Vietnam, as head of corporate security for Morgan Stanley during the 1993 World Trade Center truck bomb incident, Rescorla prepared for another attack and regularly trained employees to take down 22 floors and evacuate the building.
In March 2020, Bill Van Scoyoc, one of Morgan Stanley’s employees and a 9/11 survivor, spoke with the American Veterans Center. On September 11, 2001, he was overseeing a training class of nearly 300 people on the 61st floor of Tower 2 (South Tower). He knew Rescorla and said: ‘We had regular safety and fire drills, and Rick led them. I could feel his passion for making sure everyone was safe. Someone who was an inspiration… who you would want to look up to and trust. I only discovered his bravery and courage in Vietnam afterwards.

After Tower 1 (North Tower) was hit, Scovoc was leading the practice group down the stairwell when Tower 2 (South Tower) was hit. “As I walked down I could hear Rick and his authoritative voice asking people to get out of the building…he was singing and doing whatever he could to help people feel better during the ensuing chaos.”

Moving, even nearly 20 years after the tragedy, Van Scoyoc reflected on the indelible impression Rescorla left not only on the lives of the people he saved, but as a true modern-day hero.

Rescorla’s wife, Susan, wrote the 2011 independent book, “Touched By A Hero – A 9/11 Widow’s Journal of Love & Legacy”. The book not only explored her personal tragedy, but highlighted her husband’s patriotism in an effort to inspire others to find the hero within themselves. In a 2019 interview for Montclair State University, she shared that survivors told her that her husband said to them as he carried them to safety, “Today is a day to be proud. to be an American and tomorrow the world will be watching you. .” Amid the chanting and encouragement and constant determination to get as many people out of the building as possible, Rescorla had the presence of mind to call his wife, whom he imagined learning by radio or television drama unfolding in New York’s financial district. He explained to her, “I have to get them out. If anything happens to me, I want you to know that you made my life. Through tears, she said in the interview that after hanging up with Rick, “the building came down.”

Another book is a biography of Rescorla’s life, with his efforts against 9/11 as the centerpiece. “Heart of a Soldier: a Story of Love, Heroism, and September 11th,” by James B. Stewart, features the same black-and-white image of Rescorla in action as a Vietnamese soldier that appears on the cover of “We Were Soldiers once…and young. The prologue begins with a mention of Susan and how she first met Rescorla. And then the story follows Rescorla’s “heart,” her military experiences, and her devotion to her fellow soldiers. , to the ultimate expression of love and service to one’s neighbour.

Posthumously, Rescorla was honored with numerous awards, including the Presidential Citizens Medal in 2019. And, in 2006, a monument was dedicated to Rescorla at the National Infantry Museum in Columbus, Georgia.

The person who introduced Susan Rescorla when she spoke at Montclair State University was Paul Cell, the college’s police chief. Of Rescorla, he poignantly said, “Heroes don’t always wear capes. They don’t always wear badges. Heroes don’t wear anything specific. It’s in your heart.

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Bronson Body Action Slams Angelo Parker at AEW Event – ​​Watch https://myrlinahermes.com/bronson-body-action-slams-angelo-parker-at-aew-event-watch/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 13:39:53 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/bronson-body-action-slams-angelo-parker-at-aew-event-watch/ Action Bronson has achieved one of his dreams after making his wrestling debut on All Elite Wrestling with a bang. On September 4, AEW’s FTW Championship match took place in Chicago between Hook and Angelo Parker. Action Bronson, who is a wrestling enthusiast, was present in the crowd. During the match, Hook, who came into […]]]>

Action Bronson has achieved one of his dreams after making his wrestling debut on All Elite Wrestling with a bang.

On September 4, AEW’s FTW Championship match took place in Chicago between Hook and Angelo Parker. Action Bronson, who is a wrestling enthusiast, was present in the crowd. During the match, Hook, who came into the ring for Action Bronson’s “The Chairmen’s Intent,” was getting blown up by Parker and “Daddy Magic” Matt Menard when the rapper decided to interfere. The Queens, NY native stormed the ring and grabbed Papa Magic before throwing him off the platform. He then grabbed Parker and the body slammed him to the mat.

With help from Action Bronson, Hook won the match, improving to a perfect 13-0 record. Action posted a video of his cameo on social media.

“I HAVE SEEN ENOUGH,” he captioned the clip. “THE COWARD ATTACKS ON MY BROTHER @730hook WILL NEVER GO ON MY WATCH. I’M ON THE BLOOD. @officialtaz13 @aew.”

Action Bronson has spent the past few years exercising, transforming her body and losing over 150 pounds. In April, Action spoke on the The Ariel Helwani Show about training with the upstart wrestler.

“I was training with Hook and Taz, they were showing me moves in the ring and I had to do a simple snapmare where I had to turn around,” he said. “I got up and I was dizzy. I’m not going to do technical maneuvers in the ring. I’m not Dean Malenko here. I have 1,000 moves, but they’re on the floor, they’re more ambushes and slams. I have 1,000 slams.

Action Bronson isn’t the only rapper to make an appearance on AEW recently. In July, Kevin Gates punched out Tony Neese at the AEW Dynamite event.

Watch the video of Action Bronson making his AEW wrestling debut below.

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