Bruce Arians was named the Arizona Cardinals head

first_imgBruce Arians was named the Arizona Cardinals head coach. The more research I did on Arians, the more I like the hire. This guy’s résumé looks like the greater metro Phoenix phone book. His reputation precedes him, indeed. I talked to many coaches, players, analysts and personnel men in the National Football League and their reports are filled with effusive praise for Arians. It’s difficult to maintain a sterling reputation when you work with people in a win at all cost environment, where tempers flare and words are filtered through clenched teeth, but Arians has some how pulled it off. This guy’s a coach at heart, not an administrator. Arians’ peers tell me that he will get up in your face and keep you accountable and then be the first guy that hugs you as you walk off the field. He wants you to get it right. He cares about the success of his players and wants them to care about it the way he does. Arians does it his way. One personnel man told me Arians the “definition of a real ball coach” and players have said “he knows what he wants and will not back down from anybody.”The only negative I could find on Bruce Arians was his age. He’s 60 years old and although he has head coaching experience, it was on an interim basis. But after talking with people that would know, Arians has no problem generating energy, passion and a fist in the air. Time will tell on whether or not Bruce Arians will be a good head coach but if the reviews of his ability, knowledge and worthiness are any indication, the Cardinals did well. – / 15 Top Stories Here’s what I found:Bruce Arians is a “great guy.” In all the conversations that I had, this was the central theme. It’s not a surprise to those I talked to that Arians took over for Chuck Pagano when Pagano was diagnosed with leukemia and kept the team focused and motivated. Arians was “made for that job” and he constantly reminded Colts players of their mission: play hard enough to get into the postseason so Pagano could coach them in a playoff game. This, believe it or not, is a critical dynamic for Arizona. I believe in stability and consistency but you’ll never have that stability and consistency if the organization doesn’t hire a guy they can live with and grow with. According to those I spoke with, Arians is that guy.Bruce Arians is a Tom Moore disciple. Tom Moore was the offensive coordinator for the Indianapolis Colts when Peyton Manning was a rookie. As we all know, Manning and Moore went on to change the landscape of the NFL for the next 11 years and Arians was right in the middle of that schematic quake. Arians is smart and has a creative mind. Some believe he was the architect behind the destruction, devastation and demolition of NFL defenses that saw a QB throw for over 4,000 yards, had two 1,000-yard receivers and a 1,000-yard running back. His fingerprints are all over one of the most brilliant concepts the league has ever known: simplexity. 0 Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactcenter_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Simplexity, in a gross generality, involves simple schemes with complex execution. In a paradigm of personnel groups, formations, movement and offensive coordinator sleight of hand, Manning, Moore and Arians developed an offense that included four running plays, 10 passing plays, one personnel group and one formation. The genius of the scheme was that those running it didn’t care if they looked like a genius. But simplexity also included the likes of Manning, Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark and Edgerrin James. The Cardinals don’t have that kind of talent but the remnants of that offense still linger in the scheme Arians will bring to Arizona. Arians’ reputation swirls around the core belief he is quarterback sensei, a developer/producer of the most coveted commodity an NFL franchise can have. Since 1998, 15-years later, Arians has worked with four quarterbacks: Manning, Tim Couch, Ben Roethlisberger and Andrew Luck. This guy knows quarterbacks and what it takes to be a quarterback in the National Football League. This was a major plus in the pros column while interviewing with the Cardinals. The quarterback position is going to be job one for Arians and his staff. The only thing more clouded and convoluted than the Cardinals quarterback position are found in space and Arians has proven he can bring rookie quarterbacks along and make young quarterbacks better. last_img read more

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About 100 activists and their allies have taken pa

first_imgAbout 100 activists and their allies have taken part in a protest and vigil to mark the death of a disabled man who died minutes after leaving a jobcentre… six months after a government contractor found him “fit for work”.Lawrence Bond is said to have collapsed on the pavement shortly after leaving Kentish Town jobcentre, following a back-to-work appointment.He was reportedly awaiting the result of an appeal against being found fit for work and therefore ineligible for employment and support allowance (ESA), the out-of-work disability benefit.Disability News Service (DNS) has confirmed with the London Inner North coroner’s office that there will be an inquest into his death later this year.The inquest could be heard by the same coroner, Mary Hassell, who found in January 2014 that a disabled man, Mr A*, had taken his own life as a direct result of being found fit for work and ineligible for ESA, following a work capability assessment (WCA).That verdict, and the “prevention of future deaths report” that Hassell sent to the Department for Work and Pensions – warning that other disabled people with mental health conditions could die if DWP failed to take urgent action to make the test safe – have proved hugely significant in the continuing campaign to scrap the WCA and hold ministers accountable for their failings, and for the deaths of other benefit claimants.Although the circumstances of the two deaths are different, DNS understands that Lawrence Bond was found fit for work in July 2016 following a face-to-face assessment at the same examination centre that found Mr A fit for work in 2013.He was assessed by Maximus, the discredited US outsourcing giant that took over the WCA contract from Atos in 2015. Mr A was assessed by Atos.This week’s protest and vigil (pictured) was organised by two local activist groups, Kilburn Unemployed Workers Group and the disabled women’s organisation WinVisible.Among those who spoke were Lawrence Bond’s sister, Iris; Gill Thompson, whose disabled brother David Clapson died after having his benefits sanctioned; Labour’s shadow chancellor, John McDonnell; and Mr A’s daughter.Claire Glasman, from WinVisible, said friends of Lawrence Bond had travelled from as far as Brighton and Somerset to attend the protest.She said: “We wanted to pay our respects to Lawrence Bond first of all, so his death didn’t get passed over. Every life matters.”But she added: “We have just had it with people dying like this.”She said WinVisible had supported many disabled women who have either been unfairly found fit for work, or have lost their benefits because of a failure to attend a WCA.One woman, with the chronic lung condition COPD, lost her ESA for several months after Maximus rejected her excuse for being 10 minutes late for an appointment: that she couldn’t run to catch a bus because of her COPD.Glasman told DNS: “It all took months. Meanwhile, she lost weight, her only income was disability living allowance, and she was having to go round to someone else’s house for food.”Film director Ken Loach also spoke at the protest, and was among those to have drawn a comparison between Lawrence Bond’s death and the main character of his film I, Daniel Blake, which was released last year.The film features a man with a long-term health condition who is found fit for work through the WCA process, and eventually collapses and dies while trying to appeal that decision.Asked whether DWP was concerned about Lawrence Bond’s case, and whether it had launched an internal investigation, a DWP spokeswoman said: “The local jobcentre had been supporting Mr Bond and our sympathies are with his family at this difficult time.“ESA decisions are made following a thorough assessment and after considering all of the evidence, including that provided by a claimant’s doctor or other medical professionals.“Anyone who disagrees with a decision can ask for it to be reconsidered, and if they still disagree they can appeal.“The details of Mr Bond’s death have not yet been confirmed and there has been no inquest.”Maximus had not responded to requests to comment by noon today (Thursday).*Mr A’s family have requested that DNS does not publish his namePicture by Fanny Weed, Crossroads Audio Visual Collectivelast_img read more

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Champagne on ice with Ruby Tuesday insurance

first_img[dropcap]I[/dropcap]t’s the opening day of Cheltenham 2014, or as Star Sports are calling it…. Ruby Tuesday.And if you haven’t checked out the cashback offer (link on the right) click it now.It’s a great offer (I know, I would say that…) but actually I wouldn’t if I didn’t believe it as a punter. If you are considering backing Vautour, Champagne Fever, Hurricane Fly or Quevega – it’s an insurance policy to be proud of. CASHBACK if your choice finishes out of the first three. Certainly a better policy than the shameful treatment by the insurance companies of flood victims in Somerset and Devon – wriggling out of paying at every opportunity. But we’ll park that one on today of all days.Today is simply the best days racing I can remember in so long. The whole Festival is superb – but the opening day this year, in particular, shines.And it’s all about Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh who got the meeting off to a flyer last year with Champagne Fever in the opener. He goes for glory again at Cheltenham today – to bid for his third Festival win having also won the Champion Bumper. Of the Ruby four, he would be the one I’d have most concerns about so I’m happy to back him with the Ruby Tuesday cover option as the one thing that could let him down is his lack of experience over fences. There’s nothing more to be said about Hurricane Fly who goes for Champion Hurdle number three and his 20th Grade One. Yes 20. He’s still the best of the Irish as he proved when winning the Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown but faces fierce competition from the younger The New One and My Tent Or Yours.The cotton wool comes off Quevega who is likely to go off odds on as she attempts to win the Mares race for a frankly ridiculous sixth time and beat Golden Millers record of consecutive wins whilst Vautour will be bidding to win the opening Supreme for Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh again – but don’t dismiss the two other Mullins runners.For me, it’s Champagne Fever – with the Ruby Tuesday insurance offer applied – naturally. And if he wins it’s a Tandoori King Prawn with ALL the trimmings washed down by a Cobra. (Other Indian beers might be available but are not as good IMO).RECOMMENDED BET (scale of 1-10 points)6 points CHAMPAGNE FEVER at around 3/1 with Star Sports with RUBY TUESDAY CASHBACK OFFERRUNNING RETURN (MARCH): LOSS 19.00 POINTSRUNNING RETURN (YEAR): LOSS 39.03 POINTSWhat’s your view? CALL STAR SPORTS 08000 521 321last_img read more

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FreeWheel Appoints Utpal Kalita as Chief Technology Officer for Blockgraph

first_img BlockgraphDoubleClickFreewheelMarketing TechnologyNewsUtpal Kalita Previous ArticleMagewell Enhances Video Capture and Conversion with Three New Software ToolsNext ArticleMicrosoft “Cloud and Mobile Technology Incubation Program” launches in Zhaoqing Blockgraph Is an Industry Initiative Designed to Create a Secure Way to Use Data and Share InformationFreeWheel, A Comcast Company, announced that it has appointed Utpal Kalita as chief technology officer and vice president, engineering, for Blockgraph, an industry initiative designed to create a secure way to use data and share information.“As we looked for a CTO to help us realize our transformative vision, it was critical to find a leader with a strong track record of leading and inspiring teams to pioneer and build large scale platforms and Utpal stood out.”Kalita joined Blockgraph in this newly created position earlier this year. In this role, Kalita is tasked with leading, mentoring and growing Blockgraph’s team of engineers. He also partners with FreeWheel leadership to build and drive the initiative’s blockchain-based platform, product development and overall strategy.An engineer by training, Kalita brings more than 20 years of experience at companies spanning DoubleClick (now Google), Tremor Video (now Telaria), Xaxis (part of WPP’s GroupM), and Eyeview Digital. Over the course of his career, he has helmed teams spanning multiple disciplines and geographies, led product development and the launch of new technological capabilities and offerings.Marketing Technology News: Vonage Wins 2019 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year AwardsHe reports to Blockgraph General Manager Jason Manningham.“In today’s data-driven age, our vision for creating Blockgraph was to offer the entire advertising ecosystem the ability to seamlessly provide marketers best-in-class data capabilities while protecting, first and foremost, consumer privacy,” Manningham said. “As we looked for a CTO to help us realize our transformative vision, it was critical to find a leader with a strong track record of leading and inspiring teams to pioneer and build large scale platforms and Utpal stood out.”Prior to joining Blockgraph, Kalita served as chief technology officer for Eyeview Digital. There, he oversaw teams responsible for designing, building and scaling multiple products and solutions that helped cement the company’s position as one of the industry’s leading video marketing technology firms. Before that, he was vp, head of engineering at Tremor Video, where he developed the company’s supply and demand side platforms.Marketing Technology News: How Digital Can Save Brick-And-Mortar Retail with Customer Experience ObjectivesKalita has also held leadership positions at Xaxis and 24/7 Media, two WPP companies which later merged. He began his career as an engineering manager at DoubleClick, which was later acquired by Google.Comcast Advertising announced the launch of Blockgraph (then known as the Blockchain Insights Platform) in June 2017. In late 2018, it teamed up with industry partners to unveil Blockgraph’s next major development: the formation of a new, peer-to-peer platform to jumpstart the use of secure data sharing for advanced television advertising. FreeWheel has spearheaded this initiative to date as part of its broader ambitions to create a data and technology enabled premium video marketplace.Marketing Technology News: Alorica Taps Business Transformation Veteran Colson Hillier to Be Chief Marketing Officer FreeWheel Appoints Utpal Kalita as Chief Technology Officer for Blockgraph PRNewswireMay 29, 2019, 11:02 pmMay 30, 2019 last_img read more

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How Contract Acceptance Is Evolving with New Customer Experience Expectations

first_imgHow Contract Acceptance Is Evolving with New Customer Experience Expectations Ashley Walsh5 days agoJuly 15, 2019 B2Cconsent managementcustomer experiencedata privacyGDPRPactSafe Previous ArticlePeach Launches New Product to ClientsNext ArticleSOCi Launches Google My Business Posts Integration The customer experience in the B2C world is constantly evolving. Consider how you ordered food a few years ago. You would dig up a menu from the junk drawer, dial the number on your landline, and cross your fingers, hoping someone would answer the phone. Once you got through that, you had no real idea when the food would actually be delivered. Today, you grab your phone, open an app, customize your order, pay, leave a tip (I hope) and then track your order from the restaurant to your door. Companies like Uber Eats are mastering the food delivery industry with more than 8.5 million monthly users.Consumers value a good experience. Disruptive mobile apps like DoorDash are delivering faster, effortless and reliable experiences that beat their industry counterparts. This is causing unprecedented growth in this on-demand economy, as evidenced by the massive IPOs from companies like Uber, Airbnb, and Grab. Businesses like these are striving for high-velocity contract acceptance – and it is working. Read more: The Benefits of Empowering Agents to Go Omni-DigitalThe riskAccess to personal data is a core requirement for these companies to succeed. But this upgrade in to-your-door customer experience comes with an increase in privacy risks. Not to mention, today’s consumers are becoming more and more aware of their privacy rights. Legislative initiatives like the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) reflect the renewed global focus on privacy. The efforts are stateside too with legislation like the California Consumer Privacy Act.The legal landscape of data privacy is certainly in flux, as penalties are growing steep. A violation of GDPR can result in fines of up to four percent of annual revenue.The risks for innovative, known brands reaching consumers at a massive scale are even greater. These brands are more likely to receive inquiries from regulators, which can result in massive reputational damages if the inquiry goes poorly. The larger tech companies are being looked at first to make an example of them, and we have already seen big names like Facebook showcase how damaging a privacy faux pas can be to a large organization.What to do?As contract acceptance evolves with new customer expectations and focuses on data protection, how do you protect your business while creating a repeatable, scalable consent experience? The answer is simple: create an in-app data privacy center and consent management experience. You need something as flexible and effortless for users as the rest of the mobile app. Consumers want quality experience and transparent control over their personal information. You can satisfy their desires by building an in-app privacy data center that aligns with the rest of their in-app experience.How to start?To start building an in-app privacy data center, identify the collection points that make sense. Initial consents need to be presented in a way that informs the user in simple terms on how their data is being used. The key is to give them the ability to opt-in or opt-out. Remember to be clear, concise and articulate a real reason why they will benefit from giving you their data.A clickwrap agreement is the best way to execute these initial consents. As you begin to develop your privacy center, you are going to have to evaluate consent management tools. When doing so, the UI elements that a given platform provides for integration into your app don’t matter much. Any good enterprise wants to style their in-app privacy data center to match their brand. Pre-built plug-ins will not do the trick, especially as you try to scale them.Finding a Consent Management provider Flashy elements can grab your eye in a software demo, but it is worthwhile to invest time into building your own consent interface for your data privacy center. This is especially true with mobile apps. Pre-built plug-ins typically do not play nice with iOS. This front-end work will benefit your team in the long run when it comes to scalability, stability and a better experience.There are three key things to look for when finding a consent management solution: back-end integrations, record-keeping and API scalability. Here are five quick questions to ask your potential provider to ensure you get the right one:What are your throughput and uptime rates?How many transactions do you power each day?Is your solution prepared for failovers?How do you ensure conversions are not held up in case of an outage?Is a PDF record created for every consent action?Take time to develop a roadmap of how your in-app data privacy center will talk to other relevant business systems. For instance, if a user rejects your request to track location data and your consent management solution’s API isn’t actually disabling it, you could find yourself in a compromising position.Standardized, high-velocity contract acceptance is increasingly becoming a larger part of B2C businesses. The need for clickthrough agreements and contract acceptance, coupled with rising customer experience expectations, calls for a great user interface for their consent management. To stay relevant, businesses need a data privacy center and consent management provider that can scale with their exponential growth and gives customers the experience they have grown to expect.Read more: Measuring Company Success Beyond the Bottom Line: Why It Pays to Invest in Your Customerslast_img read more

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Amazon Prime Day Best Deals for Science Lovers

first_imgAmazon’s annual Prime Day will deliver savings on thousands of products for Prime members today (July 16). Live Science is wading through these products so you don’t have to, bringing you the nerdiest picks: from microscope slide collections to DIY robots; from chemistry sets to molecule jewelry. For all you science geeks out there, here’s a look at what we’re watching right now. We will be updating this page throughout the day with our favorite science-y deals. Dinosaur PuppetsHeadbutting Tiny Worms Are Really, Really LoudThis rapid strike produces a loud ‘pop’ comparable to those made by snapping shrimps, one of the most intense biological sounds measured at sea.Your Recommended PlaylistVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Why Is It ‘Snowing’ Salt in the Dead Sea?01:53 facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接https://www.livescience.com/59741-amazon-prime-day-science-deals.html?jwsource=cl已复制直播00:0000:3500:35  Rawr! Stage epic Jurassic battles with three colorful dinosaur head puppets. Though real dinosaurs were feathered, these heads of extinct carnivorous dinosaurs such at T. rex and Velociraptor are made of soft, painted silicon. Prime Day price: $18.95, a savings of 20% for Prime members Buy Dinosaur Puppets on Amazon.com Anatomy Apron Instead of wearing your heart on your sleeve, why not wear it on an apron — along with your lungs, liver, intestines and other organs? Soft sculptures in polyester and cotton offer an external view of the organs in the human body, assembled in their correct positions. Prime Day price: $17.99, a savings of 40% for Prime members Buy Anatomy Apron on Amazon.com Newton’s Cradle Enjoy a mesmerizing desktop display of physics in action, with a device known as Newton’s Cradle. The swinging motion of the stainless steel balls demonstrates conservation of momentum and energy as the balls at the end of the row transmit force through the rest of the spheres. Prime Day price: $12.79, a savings of 20% for Prime members Buy Newton’s Cradle on Amazon.com Shark Night Light Sharks usually cruise unseen in the dark ocean depths, but this 3D illuminated shark lamp will light up the darkness of your room. The LED light cycles through seven colors and is powered by USB or 3 AA batteries (not included). Prime Day price: $13.19, a savings of 20% for Prime members Buy 3D Shark Night Light on Amazon.com Prepared Human Pathology Slide Set These 12 research-quality slides are a superb educational tool for introducing students to the effects of disease on the human body. They contain tissue samples representing a range of human pathologies, including anaemia, tuberculosis, cancer, fibroma and tumors. Prime Day price: $40.00, a savings of 20% for Prime members Buy Human Pathology Slide Set on Amazon.com Inflatable Stegosaurus Costume This inflatable costume will transform you into the stegosaurus you’ve always wanted to be. The costume is 100% polyester and is best suited for people of heights between 4 feet 9 inches (1.5 meters) and six feet two inches (1.9 m) tall. Included with the costume is fan for inflation, which requires 4 AA batteries (not included). Prime Day price: $35.19, a savings of 20% for Prime members Buy Dinosaur Costume on Amazon.com Over-Glasses Safety Goggles Just because you wear prescriptions glasses doesn’t mean you have to compromise safety during your experiments. These durable, scratch-resistant safety goggles will fit comfortably over your glasses, offering protection against splattering liquids or airborne particles. They also filter out 99% of UV light. Prime Day price: $8.52, a savings of 20% for Prime members Buy Safety Goggles on Amazon.com National Geographic Birds Field Guide Get to know your feathered neighbors with the “National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America,” the most up-to-date guide available. 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Prime Day price: $11.24, a savings of 25% for Prime members Buy Tesla Patents Prints on Amazon.com Hummingbird Feeder If hummingbirds are native to the region where you live, you can attract them to your backyard with this easy-to-assemble hummingbird feeder. It can hold 12 ounces (0.4 liters) of nectar and has four feeding stations, and it can be suspended from a pole, pillar or branch. Prime Day price: $10.87, a savings of 36% for Prime members Buy Hummingbird Feeder on Amazon.com Math Formula Wall Clock Math nerds will delight in keeping time with this silent, battery-operated wall clock, which displays math equations to mark the hours. It measures 12 inches (31 centimeters) in diameter and requires one AA battery (not included). Prime Day price: $19.74, a savings of 21% for Prime members Buy Math Formula Wall Clock on Amazon.com Moon Lamp Now you can experience the full moon whenever you like, with a spherical lamp modeled to resemble the lunar surface. The lamp features 16 colors and 4 display modes, which can be adjusted by touch or by remote control, and it will remain illuminated for 6 to 12 hours at a time, depending on the brightness setting. Prime Day price: $18.49, a savings of 26% for Prime members Buy Moon Lamp on Amazon.com Microscope Slide Collection A diverse array of microscopic tissue samples representing plants and animals are at your fingertips, in this 48-pack microscope slide collection. These high-transparency prepared plastic slides are clearly labeled and will provide hours of fascination and discovery for curious minds with a microscope. Prime Day price: $9.80, a 51% savings for Prime members Buy Microscope Slides on Amazon.com Serotonin Molecule Sterling Silver Necklace Serotonin is a neurotransmitter associated with the regulation of mood, sleep patterns and appetite, and is thought to contribute to feelings of happiness. With this serotonin molecule necklace, you can carry a little happiness with you wherever you go. Prime Day price: $18.39, a savings of 20% for Prime members Buy Serotonin Necklace on Amazon.com Boom! Combustion Chemistry Kit Who could resist the chance to make something go boom? This kit includes everything an aspiring chemist will need to make colorful expanding liquids; to launch rockets and geysers; and to generate explosive sounds and sparkle effects. Recommended for ages 8 (with adult supervision) and up. Prime Day price: $36.58, Prime members save an additional 20% at checkout Buy Boom! Chemistry Kit on Amazon.com Men’s Science Socks Put your best foot forward (and by “best” we mean “nerdiest”) with these colorful socks, decorated with atoms, beakers, microscopes, and other science symbols. Prime Day price: $8.79, a savings of 20% for Prime members Buy Men’s Science Socks on Amazon.com Assorted Science Decals Declare your nerdiness to the world by plastering these science decals on everything you own. Each pack contains 50 unique designs that are fade-resistant and waterproof, each measuring around 2 to 3 inches (6 to 8 centimeters) wide. 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BJP supporters on social media were quick to pounce upon AAP, which could in turn limit the widespread relevance of its findings. condo for $50 a night but critics say the owners’ ties to the energy industry raise red flags As chairman of the firm Williams & Jensen Steven Hart has represented a slew of companies in the last year ranging from the Coca-Cola Company to United Airlines But one client Cheniere Energy has attracted attention because of the EPA’s influence on the energy industry Hart collected $80000 in fees from the company last year to lobby on “issues related to the export of liquefied natural gas (LNG) approval of LNG exports and export facilities” according to disclosure forms Cheniere Energy is best known for its role in the growing US liquefied natural gas industry The company which trades with the apt ticker symbol LNG made a big bet building LNG export terminals on the US Gulf Coast and in 2016 became the first company to ship liquefied natural gas abroad from the continental US Since then Cheniere has expanded its footprint shipping or planning to ship LNG to places including China and Poland Theoretically that’s none of the EPA’s business The agency regulates emissions from domestic power plants pipelines and extraction sites while the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approves new pipelines and export terminals But Pruitt has made promoting the fossil fuels industry a priority during his time in office This week he visited Wyoming coal country where he promoted exports of the energy source Pruitt told TIME in the fall that he views energy companies as “stakeholders” rather than “polluters” in response to criticism that he had spent too much time meeting with energy industry officials “I dont spend any time with polluters I prosecute polluters” he said in an interview at the time “What I am spending time with are stakeholders who care about outcomes” One trip to Morocco last December during which Pruitt met with top foreign affairs and energy officials has drawn particular scrutiny The EPA cited outlining the “potential benefit of liquified natural gas (LNG) imports on Moroccos economy” as a reason for the trip even though promoting US energy is not technically part of Pruitt’s job description The trip was also criticized because the EPA did not disclose the trip to the press until after it had begun Cheniere currently owns the only operational LNG export terminal and would presumably be the supplier of the fuel source to Morocco Five other facilities are under construction today only one of which is being developed by Cheniere according to information from the Energy Information Administration Before taking office Pruitt’s work as Oklahoma attorney general often aided the oil and gas industry A 2014 New York Times report documented how Pruitt sent complaints to the EPA at the request of energy companies on several occasions And he Pruitt has acknowledged fundraising with energy companies EPA Senior Counsel for Ethics Justina Fugh called Pruitt’s apartment rental arrangement a “routine business transaction and permissible even if from a personal friend” according to a statement sent from an EPA spokesperson The spokesperson said Pruitt lived in the apartment “while transitioning to Washington” and left in July J Steven Hart did not formally own the condo Instead it is owned by a limited liability company that is in turn owned in part by Hart’s wife Vicki Hart told ABC News that his wife is a minority owner The news comes as Trump’s Cabinet is under fire for a number of lapses Pruitt has been criticized for spending $105000 on first-class flights in his first year in office Former Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price resigned in September after racking up more than a million dollars in flights on private jets And Trump fired Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin this week after the official came under fire for spending government money for his wife to travel to Europe and improperly accepting tickets to the Wimbledon tennis tournament So far Pruitt has managed to avoid censure from Trump with some even floating a rumor that he could get promoted to attorney general and promoting US energy is unlikely to bother the president who has frequently promised that his presidency will bring US “energy dominance” Write to Justin Worland at justinworland@timecomJoely Fisher has penned an emotional tribute to her half-sister Carrie Fisher in which she describes the late Star Wars actor as “my hero my mentor my mirror” Writing in the Hollywood Reporter Joely an actor and singer revealed that she had been texting with Carrie the night before she reportedly suffered a heart attack on board a plane from London to Los Angeles late last year Three days later Fisher died in intensive care She was 60 During their conversation the half-sisters discussed Joely’s 20-year wedding anniversary Carrie’s “somewhat less steady love life” their children and “a dozen other subjects” before promising to spend Christmas together “Its a promise we kept although not in a way either of us had anticipated” Joely wrote Breaking my silence with a broken ㈎8; heart…the Unfathomable loss…the earth is off its axis today…how dare you take her away from us pictwittercom/fUHwsHRwyy Joely Fisher (@MsJoelyFisher) December 27 2016 In the moving remembrance Joely wrote that she “adored Mama Debbie” who she described as “such a character” referring to Carrie’s mother Debbie Reynolds who passed away at 84 just a day after her daughter’s death “Carries mom has once again stolen the show” Joely Fisher wrote “We will honor these two magical people who have left the tribe in the way they lived with grandeur and grace” Write to Kate Samuelson at katesamuelson@timecom The US intelligence Service also had its image dented as a result of Mutallab’s action as his father had earlier warned the security operative of the growing radicalism of his son. who advises that Brazilian public opinion has shown itself volatile in recent years. Brazil isnt growing anymore, told the WSJ. have filed lawsuits to expand gay-marriage rights following a major U. and together the companies plan to create drinks infused with THC (the chemical compound in cannabis otherwise known as tetrahydrocannabinol) to sell to the general public. and not [slacken],The driver of the truck.

striking a Kenworth that was driving the opposite direction on the highway as it curved to the east,4m) worth of US goods. The Republican presidential contender appeared on Fox and Friends the morning after the debate to give his thoughts on the first presidential debate at Hofstra University on Monday night.Brady’s partner, once a rescue dog, you idiot. Hes scored a point there. read more

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