Mcmanus’s Contemptuous Attack On Speaker Gingrich

McManus’s Contemptuous Attack on Speaker Gingrich By Barbara Haney in Newt 2012 Toolkit and War Room By Barbara Haney, Ph.D. This is being written as a response to a specific video, but the video has many variations. The specific video http://www.jbs.org/commentary/the-real-newt-gingrich This write up appears as document for those who support Newt Gingrich to respond to the video. According to the JBS web site, (http://thenewamerican.com/culture/education/7741-jbs-president-john-mcmanus-on-stopping-the-new-world-order McManus is best known for his work on the role of the Illuminati through history, and gives talks on how the New World Order, Jesuits, and other agents were at work early in America’s history. Attacking conservatives is his standard fair, and Newt Gingrich is no exception. The attack on the attack is by no means seminal, and if follows along a bit with the video. It was written along the time line of it, and accounts for the structure of the document. Please feel free to use any or all parts of the document to defend Speaker Gingrich and promote his candidacy, as long as you do not claim ownership.  Please feel free to comment and make suggestions on the document as desired. However, I personally would not publish this without comment from the Gingrich Campaign. ________________________________________   John F. McManus’ Contemptuous Attack on Speaker Gingrich John F. McManus, President of the John Birch Society has a talk that has been updated from 1996 claiming to present the “Real Newt Gingrich.”  In reality, much of the content of the video came from 1996 video that began with expressing displeasure at the selection of Bob Dole as the Republican Presidential nominee by McManus as a member of the El Paso, Texas chapter of the John Birch Society (JBS). http://www.knology.net/~bilrum/newtlog.txt As the script has evolved, it is now aimed squarely at Newt Gingrich and is being...

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Mcdonald’s Has Brought Smiles To Many Faces Throughout The Years And Continues To Play A Major Role In Our Everyday Lives

Stephanie Lynch-Moreno BPS 4305-007 Professor Dan Bochsler . . . . McDonald’s . . McDonald’s has brought smiles to many faces throughout the years and continues to play a major role in our everyday lives. We know the slogan, “I’m loving it,” by heart and we recognize the bright yellow arch that resembles the company. This iconic company, which has been around for several successful decades had hit a rough patch in the fast food industry. The world’s largest restaurant chain faced considerable challenges in 2013 stemming from a declining economy and other external forces (Strategic). . . External Forces: . McDonald’s vision needed to change because of the external factors taking place all around them. McDonald’s had not improved their technique, marketing, or update the menu in several years. It had become very apparent that lack of strategic planning was affecting the overall running of the company. Consumers were looking for healthier, more exotic food choices and were turning to the competitors. The competitors included Wendy’s, Burger King, and Chick-fil-A. The attitude of consumers needs had changed due to the overwhelming influence of the media, politics, and health experts. The rise of obesity in the U.S. alarmed many and the negative documentary Super Size Me made by Morgan Spurlock displayed the enormous amounts of health risks associated with the products offered by McDonald’s. The films content brought many lawsuits and created a huge uproar for the company (Strategic). The general environment had changed and McDonald’s was not up to par. The sociocultural forces influenced the values, beliefs, and lifestyles of the society, which proved to be damaging. There was a greater concern for healthy diets and physical fitness. This influence depressed the sales of McDonalds because the menu still reflected the old mentality of the fast food industry (Strategic)....

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Maurice Was Diagnosed With Asperger’s Syndrome, A High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder

. . . . . . . . . Name: Maurice Age: 17 (11th Grade) Sex: Male Home: Washington D.C. School: Thurgood Marshall Academy Family: Maurice is an only child living with both parents. Prior to his diagnosis his parents, especially his father, were prone to chastise him for his behavioral problems and blame his academic deficiencies on laziness. After he was diagnosed with Asperger’s his parents became incredibly supportive and frequently contact the school and attend meetings aimed at improving his situation. Medical Diagnosis: Asperger’s Syndrome (receiving an unspecified medication that is used to calm him down.) Maurice was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, a high functioning autism spectrum disorder, at the end of his 10th grade year, which is comparatively late as most children are diagnosed at 7 or 8 years old. The District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) refused to accept that he was autistic and it was only after transferring to a charter school that the root of his lack of success was properly addressed. Unfortunately this left Maurice with years of self esteem damaging experience as he tried to navigate both the social and academic aspects of elementary, middle, and early high school. While he is now considered by most of the faculty and staff as very capable and intelligent, prior to his diagnosis Maurice was failing all of his classes across the board and was prone to regular verbal altercations with other students. His diagnosis profoundly changed his approach to education; it gave him a sense of what it was that had been affecting him all of his life. He began to cope with his disability and his grades went up to C’s. Before diagnosis his dad didn’t understand his behavior and it strained their relationship, afterwards there was a 180° change in his position....

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Financial Markets (2).

Financial markets Many people believe that not investing in a market does not have an impact on an individual. This is not true because when a market crashes it affects the companies and also the people working in those companies. If I am working in a company, fluctuations in the market could have an effect on my benefits offered to me as an employee like retirement, healthy care and dental plans. Unstable economy could have an effect on my retirement plan because I might not be able to put anymore funds in that plan. It is very common for banks to tighten their lending standards making it hard for people to get a loan. At the time of market clash companies try to lower their expenditure and starts firing people to keep the costs to a minimum hence I could get fired from my company if my company decides to lower its expenditure. [Guaranteed (2015)]. At the time of financial crisis the Federal Reserve tries to reduce the negative impact of it to a minimal level. To reduce the impact of a financial crisis the Federal Reserve could lower the short term policy rates; they could provide loans to those financial institutions whose failure could undermine the confidence in financial system. The Federal Reserve could enhance the oversight of supervision of the financial institutions; the supervision should not be limited to individual institutes instead but on the financial institutes as a whole. [David L. Kohn (2010)]. Supervision is required to make any institute work effectively as supervision requires the institute to adhere to all the rules and regulations and if any shortcomings are found then it is requested to resolve them. I believe that the role of Federal Reserve is very important to keep a sound financial system. As the...

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File Permission within UNIX and security within system.

Introduction: Many corporate giants have come along with their incredible incipient proprietary operating systems in an endeavor to supersede the defacto standard for corporate servers, and some have done quite well, but UNIX remains dominant. UNIX is recognized for many reasons. It is consistent, moveable, verified and specially adaptable. Most of the technical advancements can be supported by the basic design of a UNIX system. Basic design of UNIX system supports many technical advancements. Users: It serves many users. Users are such concepts that contribute that gives a reasonable body for job of ownership and operating benefits over the system. In UNIX, each user is identified by a user ID and the Username that is more comfortable. Permissions: Every file is has association with set of permissions. UNIX is told by permissions that what to do with the file and by whom it can be done. Three things can be done with a given file: Read it – To view contents of file – To read a directory Modify it – to add or change file – delete or move something in directory Execute it – to run a binary program or shell script – to search in directory UNIX permission specifies that which of the above mentioned operations can be execute for any ownership relation with respect to the file. “Owner”, “group” and “all”; requires triplet for each and makes nine bits as a result. Each bit can be set. Every set bit can be marked with its correlate alphabets while a clear bit can be by a sign dash. So, if ls -l on the command will get something like the following: [nick@thekla src]$ ls -l -rwxr-xr-x 1 nick users 382 Jan 19 11:49 bscoped.pl drwxr-xr-x 3 nick users 1024 Jan 19 11:19 lib/ -rwxr-xr-x 1 nick users 1874...

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