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In the following days and weeks, others would make similar claims implying a victory that, weeks before, had been impossible was actually inevitable and liberalism was largely to blame.<br><br>People magazine put Trump on its cover in November, a month after one of its journalists, Natasha Stoynoff, accused him of sexually assaulting her in 2005. The magazine's editor in chief reassured readers that they stood by their journalist and her allegations, but Trump had "made history" and thus earned the cover.<br><br>In a New York Times op ed, "The End of Identity Liberalism,"Mark Lilla argued that "moral panic about racial, gender and sexual identity" had "distorted liberalism's message and prevented it from becoming a unifying force capable of governing." Trump's popularity, Lilla argued, was not a consequence of a white backlash (whitelash) but rather a reaction to "the omnipresent rhetoric of identity or 'political correctness.'"<br><br>Michael Lerner, in another New York Times op ed, "Stop Shaming Trump Voters,"argued that "the pain and rage of the Trump voter is legitimate" after decades of this constituency being ignored or attacked by the left for cultural and religious reasons. He added that "we need to reach out to Trump voters in a spirit of empathy and contrition" and reassured us that "the racism, sexism and xenophobia used by Mr. Trump to advance his candidacy does not reveal an inherent malice in the majority of Americans."<br><br>These reactions to Trump and his supporters have a way of separating ideas that usually move in tandem. Facts and truth are suddenly unrelated. Power no longer implies responsibility. Legitimacy and decency are now somehow passengers on separate ships. In this dynamic, People magazine can champion both the perpetrator and the victim and see no contradiction or betrayal. Lilla can use the victory of a campaign steeped in identity politics to highlight the ineffectiveness of identity politics. that they need to behave differently, but little about the supporters of that campaign.<br><br>So, why the rush to defend Trump's supporters? Why the self recriminations? Why the willingness to stretch the bounds of legitimacy to accommodate Trump's antics? Much has been written about Trump's demagoguery and its similarity to totalitarian leaders of the past, but what about Trump's opponents? Are many of us borrowing a page from totalitarianism without realizing it? Are we empowering him? Are we coordinating?<br><br>The wordGleichschaltungis often translated from the German as "coordination" and refers to the process of politically speaking getting in line. It often appears in books about the Nazi era. 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They conceded premises to faulty arguments. They rejected the "facts" of propaganda, but not the impressions of it.<br><br>Outside of Germany people often wonder at the palpable fraudulence of Nazi propaganda, the stupid incredible exaggerations, the ludicrous reticences concerning what is generally known. Who can be convinced by it? They ask. The answer is that it is not meant to convince but to impress.<br><br>Sebastian Haffner, in 1940's "Germany: <a href="http://www.hmsfa.com/fake-hermes-h-bracelet.html" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">hermes enamel bracelet replica</a> Jekyll and Hyde"<br><br>The faulty premise that empowered Hitler and helped place him in the German mainstream was called the Dolchstossor the legend of the "stab in the back." It argued that, despite all of the evidence to the contrary, Germany was winning World War I only to have politicians surrender prematurely.<br><br>Hitler, as a political figure, was the embodiment of this hack theory. While many rejected Hitler's anti Semitism and bellicosity, his deep sense of having been wronged by Germany's surrender in World War I a war in which he fought gave him authenticity. It also created a hole in the German Republic's legitimacy that he and his followers barreled through.<br><br>Before there were the camps and murders and the euphemisms to hide all of the camps and all of the murders there was this feel good lie that should have been dismissed along with the people telling it, from the beginning.<br><br>In today's United States, the suggestion that illegal immigration is the cause of the economic struggles of working class whites is an American Dolchstoss. Mechanization, globalization and the decline of unions have affected working class whites to a far greater extent than illegal immigration or immigration of any kind.<br><br>The debates about how or what, if anything, workers can do to combat this reality are endless, but the claim that immigrants are to blame is the talking point of the demagogue, not a reflection of economic reality.<br><br>When the decline of working class jobs was perceived as a problem for African Americans primarily, the neoliberal and conservative positions were much less sympathetic. According to William Julius Wilson's 1996 book,When Work Disappears: The World of the New Urban Poor, "Between 1967 and 1987 Philadelphia lost 64% of its manufacturing jobs; Chicago lost 60%; Detroit 51%." This meant hundreds of thousands of jobs lost, disproportionately affecting African Americans. The solution from conservatives? "Migrate" was black conservative Shelby Steele's prescription. "Get new skills," said others. And even more popular was "behave more like Asians." Yet whites need an entirely new mythology, even if that mythology hurts prospects. According to a recent Politico article by Dana Goldstein, "America: This Is <a href="http://www.hmsfa.com/" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">h bracelet replica</a> Your Future," "Rust Belt cities that are attracting immigrants are in better shape than those, like Dayton, Ohio, with fewer foreign born residents." Yet, "the people who are upset about immigration live in areas where immigration has had very little impact. A lot of the upset is symbolic." The symbolism and the propaganda form a kind of feedback loop, each reinforcing the other, regardless of the underlying truths or lack thereof.<br><br>In his 1940 book,Germany: Jekyll and Hyde, Haffner explains this relationship between impression and propaganda, even for those opposed to the Reich. He writes, "Outside of Germany people often wonder at the palpable fraudulence of Nazi propaganda, the stupid incredible exaggerations, the ludicrous reticences concerning what is generally known. Who can be convinced by it? They ask. The answer is that it is not meant to convince but to impress. It addresses emotion and fantasy. Nazi propaganda seeks to create in our minds tenacious ideas and fantasies."<br><br>In Haffner's time, the tenacious ideas and fantasies were the subhuman images of the Reich's enemies. Many Germans rejected the "facts" of this propaganda: that Czechoslovakia or Poland posed existential threats to Germany and the German people, but the impression of the propaganda remained. "The image," Haffner wrote, "of the Czechs and Poles as a snub nosed, unpleasant, dwarfish half ape brandishing a revolver, whip or rubber truncheon at a number of barely clad women, children, and blond men bound to posts." Who could trust such a person? Why risk it?<br><br>Trump's propaganda about Mexican rapists and Muslim terrorists operates in a similar way. The informed listener knows that most rapes are committed by perpetrators that are known to the victim. They know that most terrorist attacks in the United States are committed by non Muslims, but the impression that those groups are not to be trusted that to trust them is taking an unnecessary risk remains.<br><br>The impressions born of the propaganda give birth to discussions that worsen the problem. Commentator Van Jones, for example, debated CNN panelists recently about discrimination against Muslims. To support his argument that Muslims are not the enemy, he cataloged many of the positive attributes of the Muslim community as if Americans that are hostile to Muslims are acting in good faith based on bad information rather than cherry picking incidents to support their underlying prejudices. Jones reminded viewers and other panelists that Muslims have low crime rates, high educational achievement and high rates of entrepreneurship. The fact that it needs to be said demonstrates the relative power of the people asking the questions to those who must answer. It morphs questions about Muslims into a kind of Muslim Question that exists not to seek answers but to emphasize the otherness of the Muslim community and to limit its rights.<br><br>While on the campaign trail in February, Trump urged followers to "knock the hell" out of protesters, promising to pay their legal bills if they were arrested and charged. That same February in Fort Worth, he promised a crowd that he would "open up our libel laws" so that news outlets can be sued for writing "false" or "purposely negative" articles. In July, he urged Russia to interfere in the election on his behalf, later saying he was joking. In September, he urged still other supporters to "monitor" polling stations. In October, he promised when victorious to throw his rival, Hillary Clinton, in jail. And just recently he advocated revoking the citizenship of Americans who burn flags.<br><br>So, in the last year, Trump has flirted with or, maybe more his style, groped and pawed at totalitarianism, yet the advice from many is to "give him a chance" or to coordinate.<br><br>In 1949, Harvard psychologists Jerome Bruner and Leo Postman performed a study that helps explain the contradiction. Bruner and Postman recruited two dozen college students to participate in a study of perception and expectations. The experiment involved playing cards. Participants were shown a series of cards. Most of them were standard playing cards, but included in the series were several trick card: a black four of hearts, a red six of spades, a red six of clubs, to name a few. Each card was presented, and the participant was instructed to identify it correctly.<br><br>There were four possible reactions to the trick cards. The first was "recognition," or describing the trick card accurately. The second was "disruption," or being confused by the card and as a result be unable to describe it. The third option was "compromise," which mixes the incongruities in the cards: the black four of hearts is reported as "grayish"; the red six of spades is reported as "purple."<br><br>The fourth and most common reaction by far was "dominance." The participants expected to view a normal series of cards, so when faced with a trick card their minds approximated, and the trick card became the most similar normal card: a red spade was identified as a red heart or diamond; a black heart was identified as a spade.<br><br>The report of the study, "On the Perception of Incongruity: A Paradigm,"said, "Our major conclusion is that perceptual organization is powerfully determined by expectations built upon past commerce with the environment. 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I lit a candle and stared into the flame and said some more goodbyes.<br><br>So welcome to the world of things beyond our control. This world contains the universe of stars and the sun, the mysteries of electricity, gravity, particle physics, medicine and the phone company. It includes breast cancer, cancer of the pancreas, brain tumors, alcoholism, and why Web Van had to go away. I will never really know why Web Van had to go away, or why my father in law died when he did, or why my uncle died when he did. Pancreatic cancer works quickly. Colon cancer works more slowly. It is said that Web Van needed a better business plan.<br><br>This is the world that I live in and I invite you to live in it, too: It is the world of things beyond our control. Sometimes there does seem to be a reason. 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Which of us will go first?<br><br>We operate in a world of mystery. So what do we do about it? We seek answers. But how do we seek those answers? We invent ways of conceptualizing the mystery: religion and comic books, philosophy and sports, meditation and science and politics: These are structures we invent. But we are also just the stones travelers step on in their journey up the mountain; we are just the myriad unseen animals in the night making noise to frighten the traveler. We are just part of this enormous mystery.<br><br>We have the ability to fix things, but it rests on the work of millions before us. We are not independently capable of fixing anything. We are dependent upon the structures of civilization. The readiness of the telephone, our engines and our clocks, our vitamins and our socks, we depend upon them. We are utterly dependent not only upon nature but upon a human world of commerce, manufacturing and services. We do not control any of this.<br><br>Try going away from civilization. See how dependent you are.<br><br>Your ability to fix things is both an illusion and a gift. Things have turned out well for you so far. You have done your part and you have met with favor; people have given you what you asked for and worked for and planned for. That is nice. But it is a gift. It does not mean that you have special powers or that you are immune to the ravages of disease and insurrection. Revolutions take place and what we have earned is taken from us. A friend of mine who grew up in Cuba, when the Castro people came to her house, they took half of everything: Half this desk, half this chair, half this table, with a furious vengeance on her social class. Burglaries and crimes happen and our loved ones are stripped bare of what they have, or killed or defiled and insulted and maimed. The ones who perpetrate these things, they are part of our world, too. We are all in this together, robbing each other and hiding from each other and trying to help each other through the night.<br><br>These facts are sometimes unbearable. People turn to Greek tragedy, to poetry and song, to gardening and long trips on cheap buses across the country, hoping to find God in the desert or a good candy bar at a roadside fruit stand. The facts are unbearable and all we can stand to do is keep walking sometimes, with a heavy pack, not knowing where we are going but finding mercy in the walking. Sometimes you just have to sit in a bar from sunup to sundown drinking gin and orange juice. It why we do the crazy things we do: Because there is so much we cannot bear and cannot understand.<br><br>So all I can do is join you in this. If I could sit with you and hold your hand, I would. We are in this together. Maybe someone else will sit with you and hold your hand. But this is another annoying thing: People are so busy with their Verizon accounts and their e commerce Web sites and their court dates and parole, their arugula pricing and hydrocarbon footprints, their applications to preschools, their jury summonses. Everyone is busy with the sun and the weather, disturbances in the barometer, questions on their e mail. Meanwhile others are struck down unaccountably in the night. We walk on, asking, you hear me now?<br><br>All I know is we are all in this together. To the forces of disease, one body is as good as another. What a terrible thing to imagine: that a force out there so potent is also so blind and casual! Like a teenager behind the jewelry counter, it doesn really notice you. It just wants your money, or your cells.<br><br>And so we live with this, and construct whatever notion of order we can.<br><br>We know through science that fusion happens in the center of the sun. We believe this to be true. 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Moreover, I added, the issue around which Adegbile is being attacked surrounds a federal appeal that challenged Mumia's death sentence, not his conviction, which was pursued rabidly and illegally by prosecutor Joe McGill in a manner that desecrated the Constitution of the United States. The federal judges agreed with the brief, and the death sentence of this world renowned journalist was commuted to life without parole.<br><br>On this basis alone that for over 28 years Mumia was unconstitutionally subjected to inhumane and torturous conditions on death row Mumia should immediately be released. But in addition to being railroaded in a trial that, according to an Amnesty International Report on the case, "failed to meet minimum international standards safeguarding the fairness of legal proceedings," the evidence in Mumia's case suggests that an innocent man has now been imprisoned for 32 years. As the long history of black criminalization in the US demonstrates, just because a black person is convicted doesn't mean he/she is guilty. Ask The Innocence Project at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University.<br><br>Back to FOX News. In classic FOX form, the interview with me would not be about the case or about the appointment of Adegbile. Hannity gave ample time to Katie Pavlich who was representing the views of the prosecution, and who was clearly committed to simply echoing its conclusions.<br><br>In the end, the point of the segment was for Fox to call Mumia "a thrice convicted cop killer" as many times as possible, and to associate that with Debo Adegbile so as to strategically energize a right wing agenda against the gains of the civil rights movement following the same pattern as in their successful campaign to decommission Van Jones.<br><br>At the end of the segment, I wanted out of the studio immediately, got up to walk off the set and was stopped by producers because I was about to walk through the camera as Hannity introduced the next segment. Then, while I was standing there, I decided to stay a while longer to let Hannity have it when the cameras went down. and destroying the project of democracy on which it depends. Hannity's is a false front for news, journalism, and debate, in which the opposing viewpoint is rudely cut off, and is then pummeled to the ground with a battery of lies.<br><br>True to its form, Fox News manipulated the facts of the case to depict Mumia as an unrepentant cop killer. For example, Ms. Pavlich claimed that Mumia did not enter a not guilty plea in court during the trial. In fact, Mumia's attorney entered a not guilty plea and later in the trial Mumia himself twice upheld his innocence. But as the trial began, Mumia took a vow of silence in protest of prosecutorial misconduct the failure of the prosecution to honor its pre trial agreement to release to the defendant important photographs and records before the start of the trial. Mumia also took a vow of silence because he wished to be his own attorney and to make an opening statement to the court all requirements of fair trial proceeding under the Constitution, but denied to Mumia Abu Jamal.<br><br>After the Hannity interview, FOX's The Kelley Files interviewed Officer Daniel Faulkner's widow, Maureen Faulkner. Mrs. Faulkner said on air that Obama's appointment is tantamount to "spitting on all of our officers." As I watched, I was reminded of a heart wrenching interview I conducted a few years ago with Mumia's sister, Lydia Barashango, who was dying of cancer. She told the film crew of Justice on Trial: The Case of Mumia Abu Jamal that "justice for Maureen Faulkner is tied to finding out who killed Officer Daniel Faulkner. Mumia is not that person."<br><br>Justice for Daniel Faulkner and justice for Mumia Abu Jamal depend on an uncompromising commitment to facts, due process and truth; to date, that commitment has not been realized. 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In fact, the photos taken by Pedro Polakoff, an independent photojournalist who took the first photographs of the crime scene, show evidence tampering on the part of the police and disprove the prosecution's entire theory of the case.<br><br>Sadly, despite the overwhelming evidence of innocence in this case, Mrs. Faulkner is denouncing Obama's appointment of Adegbile and trying Mumia before the court <a href="http://www.hbbag.ru/how-to-choose-the-most-suitable-for-your-hermes-birkin-bags/" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">imitation hermes bag</a> of public opinion on the basis of his political affiliation with the Black Panther Party, which he joined when he was a 14 year old. Incidentally, this was the same illegal strategy used at trial by prosecutor Joe McGill to secure the death penalty in Mumia's case. Deploying the language that has historically been used to silence those who fight against injustice the language of McCarthyism Mrs. Faulkner denounces Mumia as "a radical and a Black Panther." But the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States protects freedom of speech and association and also protects against the use of political affiliation as proof of a defendant's guilt if it is not germane to the case.<br><br>Mrs. Faulkner's life long campaign against Mumia Abu Jamal is fueled, yes, by pain, but also by a blind anger that has been nurtured, misdirected and manipulated by the Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP). Her statements are, in part, a response to the new petition, launched by The Campaign to Bring Mumia Home that calls on the Department of Justice to support the release of Mumia Abu Jamal. Our aim is to get a million signatures. Please help us reach that goal by forwarding the link to your networks.<br><br>Those whose careers would be destroyed if the truth surfaced in this case argue that the failure of the appellate process to grant Abu Jamal relief on his conviction is proof of his guilt. However, as was recently demonstrated in the case of Herman Wallace of the Angola 3, the appellate system in the United States very often fails the defendants. The problem with the appellate process is that following a series of regressive, states' rights laws passed in the 1990s, such as the Anti Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996, appellate judges are forced to accept the "factual" rulings of lower courts, without regard for the tampered and falsified evidence often manufactured by the police and relied upon by the lower courts.<br><br>Because the appellate process is stacked against Mumia Abu Jamal and hundreds of thousands of other defendants, the only available route to justice amidst the crisis of mass incarceration and political imprisonment in the US is open debate and discussion precisely what Hannity and his friends at FOX are intent on crushing.<br><br>Mumia is a present day Scottsboro Boy, and we must demand that Pennsylvania reveal his innocence now, not 80 years later the way Alabama did with the Scottsboro Boys.<br><br>In the 1990s, the Movement to Free Mumia brought hundreds of thousands of people into the streets and deployed the political pressure that stopped Mumia's execution twice! After Mumia's death sentence was ruled unconstitutional, the Philadelphia DA, Seth Williams, decided not to pursue the death penalty once again. He feared that doing so might galvanize an international movement that would descend on his city and expose the manner in which the courts, politicians and the police conspired to silence and imprison this radical journalist who is arguable, the Nelson Mandela of our time. Victories like these are rare during downturns in struggle, but our victory in winning Mumia's release from death row coincided with a shift in consciousness in the US occasioned by the economic crisis that began in 2008, the execution of Troy Davis, the emergence of the Occupy Movement, the murder of Trayvon Martin, the struggle against Stop and Frisk and the emergence of a new, embryonic but growing movement against mass incarceration.<br><br>Given this shift, The Campaign to Bring Mumia Home believes that it makes more sense than ever to begin to imagine a world in which Mumia Abu Jamal walks amongst us. For this reason we are hard at work building a strategic grassroots movement that takes the streets and shifts the current media representation of this case, nationally and especially in Philadelphia.<br><br>Like the struggle that freed Mandela, the fight to free Mumia is bound up in the struggle to build a better world.<br><br>For those who watched my interview with Fox News, this is what I would have said on Hannity if I hadn't been interrupted. But the prosecutor, Joe McGill, and the trial judge, Albert Sabo, concealed the presence at the crime scene of that fourth person at trial. In fact, the presence of that fourth person, the passenger in the Volkswagen which Officer Faulkner had stopped, was acknowledged by prosecutor Joe McGill in another trial that was happening concurrently, surrounding the same crime <a href="http://www.hbbag.ru/" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">hermes handbags cheap</a> scene. This key, exculpatory evidence that there was another person at the crime scene who was the passenger was hidden from the defense and the jury. Now the Philadelphia police had their man and they were going to do everything in their power to frame him. A jury of Mumia's peers would have known better. Shortly after Mumia's trial, one third of the police officers involved in collecting evidence in his case were convicted of corruption and tampering with evidence to obtain a conviction. Happening concurrently was also an <a href="http://www.hbbag.ru/category/replica-hermes-jewelry/" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">replica hermes bracelet enamel</a> investigation of the Philadelphia Police Department by the US Department of Justice the largest ever conducted of a police department in the United States. This was contradicted, however, by the testimony of Dr. Anthony Coletta, who was with him from the moment he entered the hospital. Dr. Coletta said that Mumia was barely conscious and in a state of shock, and that the trauma produced by Mumia's bullet wound and the beating he had endured at the hands of the cops meant that medically, Mumia was incapable of speaking. He repeatedly called the police to give them those photographs, but the cops never responded. Polakoff assumed that Mumia was guilty and forgot about the issue. In 2006 these photographs were discovered and studied by Dr. Michael Schiffman of Heidelberg University in Germany. The photos disprove the prosecution's entire case theory. They also show that the police lied and tampered with evidence. Officer James Forbes, who testified in court that he had properly handled the guns allegedly retrieved at the crime scene, is photographed holding the guns with his bare hands, destroying all potentially significant fingerprints. Most importantly, the Polakoff photos also point to the presence of a fourth person at the crime scene: Officer Faulkner's hat is pictured resting on top of the Volkswagen on the side of the passenger seat, suggesting that he may have had a conversation with the passenger.<ul>

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A meta analysis indicated that daily zinc supplementation can reduce the incidence of pneumonia by 41% and diarrhoea by 18%.3 A meta analysis of trials of adjunctive zinc supplementation in children with diarrhoea reduced the duration of the illness by 24%.4 A trial of daily zinc supplementation in otherwise healthy children from New Guinea reduced the number of cases of malaria seen at a health clinic by 38%.5<br><br>There is also evidence that zinc supplementation could offer benefit to pregnant women and their babies.6 One study showed that prenatal zinc supplementation can increase birth weight,7 and another indicated reduced incidence of diarrhoea and other morbidities in the infants.8 Babies who are small for gestational age also seem to benefit from taking daily zinc supplementation. A trial in India found that babies who received zinc from 1 month onwards were 60% less likely to die during infancy.9 Lastly, several studies indicate a potential role for zinc and supplements that contain zinc in improving immune status10 and health in elderly people.11 Zinc supplementation, therefore, seems be particularly <a href="http://www.cheapbag.nl/tag/copy-hermes-h-bracelets" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">copy cuff bracelets for women</a> critical during periods of immune development or degeneration: early childhood, pregnancy, and later life.<br><br>Problems caused by too much zinc<br><br>Taking too much daily zinc could also be a problem because, although it is not toxic, high doses can impair copper absorption. This can lead to copper deficiency with immunosuppression and other subtle and apparent adverse effects, especially for the mother and fetus during pregnancy.12 For this reason, doses more than twice the recommended daily allowance are not recommended and prenatal zinc supplements should contain copper,13 especially in populations with low mineral intakes.<br><br>ReferencesGibson RS, Vanderkooy PD, MacDonald AC, Goldman A, Ryan BA, Berry M. A growth limiting, mild zinc deficiency syndrome in some southern Ontario boys with low height percentiles. Am J Clin Nutr 1989; 49: 1266 1275.Black RE, Sazawal S. Zinc and childhood infectious disease morbidity and mortality. Br J Nutr 2001; 85(suppl 2): S125 S129.<br><br>Bhutta ZA, Black RE, Brown KH, Gardner JM, Gore S, Hidayat A, et al. Prevention of diarrhea and pneumonia by zinc supplementation in children in developing countries: pooled analysis of randomized controlled trials. Zinc Investigators' Collaborative Group. J Pediatr 1999; 135: 689 697.Bhutta ZA, Bird SM, Black RE, Brown KH, Gardner JM, Hidayat A, et al. Therapeutic effects of oral zinc in acute and persistent diarrhea in children in developing countries: pooled analysis of randomized controlled trials. Am J Clin Nutr 2000; 72: <a href="http://www.cheapbag.nl/tag/fake-hermes-bracelets" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">copy white enamel bracelet</a> 1516 1522.Shankar AH, Genton B, Baisor M, Paino J, Tamja S, Adiguma T, et al. The influence of zinc supplementation on morbidity due to Plasmodium falciparum: a randomized trial in preschool children in Papua New Guinea. Am J Trop Med Hyg 2000; 62: 663 669.Caulfield LE, Zavaleta N, Shankar AH, Merialdi M. Potential contribution of maternal zinc supplementation during pregnancy to maternal and child survival. Am J Clin Nutr 1998; 68(2 suppl): S499 S508.<br><br>Goldenberg RL, Tamura T, Neggers Y, Copper RL, Johnston KE, DuBard MB, et al. The effect of zinc supplementation on pregnancy outcome. JAMA 1995; 274: 463 468.Osendarp SJ, van Raaij JM, Darmstadt GL, Baqui AH, Hautvast JG, Fuchs GJ. Zinc supplementation during pregnancy and effects on growth and morbidity in low birthweight infants: a randomised placebo controlled trial. Lancet 2001; 357: 1080 1085.Sazawal S, Black RE, Menon VP, Dinghra P, Caulfield LE, Dhingra U, et al. Zinc supplementation in infants born small for gestational age reduces mortality: a prospective, randomized, controlled trial. Pediatrics 2001; 108: 1280 1286.Fortes C, Forastiere F, Agabiti N, Fano V, Pacifici R, Virgili F, et al. The effect of zinc and vitamin A supplementation on immune response in an older population. J Am Geriatr Soc 1998; 46: 19 26.Girodon F, Galan P, Monget <a href="http://www.cheapbag.nl/" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">Knockoff hermes bag styles</a> AL, Boutron Ruault MC, Brunet Lecomte P, Preziosi P, et al. Impact of trace elements and vitamin supplementation on immunity and infections in institutionalized elderly patients: a randomized controlled trial. MIN. VIT. AOX. geriatric network. Arch Intern Med 1999; 159: 748 754.<ul>

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His troops see Wilson as a fair boss who is cool under pressure, but few are old enough to have seen Rocket's handiwork on the street.<br><br>We recall watching Wilson and his then partner Glenn ''Big Bad'' Woolfe when they were attacked while attempting to placate a gang of ruffians outside the Yorkshire Stingo Hotel in Abbotsford one warm spring evening.<br><br>Although heavily outnumbered, they bravely held firm until a divisional van (manned by two police, looking aged about 12 and eight) arrived to cart the offenders away.<br><br>Your correspondent was sorely tempted to assist the Queen's Men with furious left hooks and right uppercuts but was duty bound to stay behind fortified glass in the Ladies' Lounge to record the action in our office notepad for historical purposes. Which is now.<br><br>Wilson suffered broken ribs and a swollen eye from a headbutt. 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In other words, a time in your life when it was the darkest before the dawn.<br><br>Your signature story may or may not relate to one of these themes, but they might spark some ideas. Your signature story, like your written signature, is unique. So tell it your way.<br><br>Here's my signature story (an edited version of a previous post), and why I believe the time to do what you love is always NOW.<br><br>Someday Is Not on the Calendar<br><br>You could say 1988 was the year that I lived like there was no tomorrow.<br><br>It had nothing to do reckless spending, learning to sky dive or being diagnosed with a rare, intractable disease; it had everything to do with making my self available for life at full speed and spending time with those I loved, doing the things I loved.<br><br>We hear a lot about living in the present, embracing the moment and the power of now, yet often neglect to put the theory into practice; 1988 was my opportunity to change that forever. The events of that year brought home the "power of now" with all the subtlety of a car accident more accurately, two car accidents.<br><br>In February, a close encounter with a moving car brought life's fragility to my attention. I was hit at a pedestrian crosswalk by a 16 year old driver who passed a van, which had stopped to allow me to cross the wide boulevard of Portage Avenue. I bounced off the hood of her car like a bad dismount from a trampoline, was thrown about 15 feet from the point of impact and landed, smashing my right knee on the pavement. I was conscious throughout the entire "flight" and miraculously had no head injury or other fractures.<br><br>The ER doctor told me I could have been killed I knew that. But a last minute action hero inspired instinct to leap on the car's hood probably saved my life, and certainly my legs.<br><br>Shaken but awakened by the incident, I didn't let a battered knee and some crushed cartilage keep me from a winter escape <a href="http://www.vsayy.com/" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">imitation hermes belt on sale</a> to California with my 23 year old sister and my sixty something father.<br><br>That was my second winter escape with my sister, after a thrilling week in New York City where I took her (for the first time) as a belated Christmas gift.<br><br>Later in the fall, she and I rendezvoused with some of her friends in Montreal for an Amnesty International concert and a few days of old world charm in Vieux Montreal. There's a photo of all of us overlooking the city from Mount Royal, looking like college kids filled with optimism and standing at the top of the world. 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It is my hope this decision will assist in that goal."<br><br>The city originally fired 29 people nearly a third of all pothole patchers following covert surveillance in 2012 that showed crews finishing too little work and doing personal errands on the job.<br><br>Some of those workers were later reinstated, but 21 grieved their terminations, leading to 56 days of hearings, costing the city more than $500,000 and stretching nearly two years.<br><br>In the ruling, obtained in advance by The Spectator, Slotnick reinstated 15 of 21 terminated workers even as he stressed all deserved discipline for serious "misconduct." All reinstated employees will have a 30 day suspension on their records effectively putting them on probation and nine will get no back pay for the two years off work.<br><br>The arbitrator said wasting large amounts of time on the job and later being dishonest about it was enough in many cases to justify worker termination if there were no mitigating factors.<br><br>But Slotnick also made clear there is plenty of blame to go around.<br><br>He argued on the job slacking <a href="http://www.vsayy.com/hermes-belt-replica-for-men-is-still-more-important.html" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">hermes classic belt replica</a> was pervasive and "plainly evident had anyone taken the opportunity to examine how the asphalt crews did their jobs" and said supervisors would or should have been aware of the issues.<br><br>He noted, for example, the $18,000 in covert surveillance revealed little misconduct that wasn't already obvious in GPS and pothole filling records, which supervisors review.<br><br>He said the "culture of low expectations" was summed up by fired worker Franco Passa who was apologetic and was reinstated with back pay when he testified "what I did was what we all do."<br><br>"That culture which is a failure of management is the main factor in my decision to give most grievers another chance," Slotnick wrote in his conclusion.<br><br>The arbitrator added most workers appear sincerely willing to embrace the city's desired culture shift and those few who aren't "will not be going back to work for the city."<br><br>Doctoring pothole filling records, disconnecting the GPS system on a city truck to test if anyone was watching and stubborn denials of wrongdoing were among notable concerns listed for workers who were not reinstated.<br><br>The Spectator reached four of the affected workers, including two that won't be reinstated, <a href="http://www.vsayy.com/" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">imitation hermes mens belt</a> but none were willing to speak about the ruling <a href="http://www.vsayy.com/" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">hermes belts Knockoff</a> Friday.<br><br>CUPE 5167 president Sandra Walker said by email Friday the case is "not a proud moment <a href="http://www.vsayy.com/hermes-belt-replica-for-men-is-still-more-important.html" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">Hermes belt replica paris</a> for the city or the workers," adding the union is still reviewing the ruling details.<br><br>"Clearly, our members have paid a heavy price for this and we hope that management and leaders of this great city will also take the time to recognize some of their missteps in the way they mishandled the case and not repeat the same mistakes again," she wrote.<br><br>Public works committee chair Sam Merulla, however, expressed frustration with the ruling, arguing it recognized the city was trying to deal with a problem "and yet undercuts us."<br><br>"We knew we had a culture problem. We knew we needed to shake things up and we're not going to apologize for holding our employees accountable," the councillor said. "It's a disgrace for anyone to say we went overboard on this."<br><br>Merulla agreed lower level supervisors were likely aware of the problems, but noted the middle management ranks have since been "cleaned out."<br><br>City spokesperson Mike Kirkopoulos said 10 of 31 supervisors and superintendents have turned over since 2013. About five are still in arbitration over a spate of supervisor suspensions doled out in the aftermath of the asphalt probe, while others retired or quit.<br><br>Supervisors are now receiving more training, real time truck monitoring technology is in use and productivity in terms of patched potholes per day is up 23 per cent, he added.<br><br>Kirkopoulos stressed the arbitrator acknowledged the city had "just cause to terminate" most of the employees, despite his decision to offer "leniency."<br><br>"We respectfully disagree with arbitrator Slotnick's reliance on the culture influence as the primary factor and realize while there is a responsibility on all sides it is wrong to blame only the employer and wrong to let that be an excuse for the employees by giving them a second chance," he said.<ul>

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Earlier this month, a referendum in the Swiss canton of Graubuenden, which contains the cities of Davos and St Moritz, ensured there would be no bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics.<br><br>The recent bleak images of Rio's abandoned and crumbling Olympic venues already falling into disrepair, just a few months after they hosted the city's iconic but chaotic Games, has reinforced fears that the size and cost of the global mega event is out of control and places too great a burden on host cities.<br><br>At the same time, in London, an investigation is now under way into the spiralling costs of the 2012 Olympic stadium, now approaching in Tokyo, there are renewed concerns that the budget for the 2020 Games could leap to four times the initial estimate, despite recent effort to rein in costs, with the city's governor, Yuriko Koike, admitting she had no idea how much money will eventually be spent on the event.<br><br>No wonder, perhaps, that Boston, Hamburg, Rome and now Budapest have all rejected the chance to stage the 2024 Games.<br><br>The IOC has blamed local politics for the withdrawal of the Hungarian capital, although Bach will hope to turn it to his advantage and use it to strengthen his case for more reforms.<br><br>Six months after the Rio Games, the Aquatics Centre looks deserted as the specially created tapestries lay strewn across the pavementThe IOC's fascinating dilemmaBach's latest idea is a change to the rules to allow cities bidding for the second time to pay less than those making their first attempt. 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Twombly's necklace of plaques of gold set diamonds, emeralds, rubies and pearls, that could be divided into brooches or worn as a tiara.<br><br>Notwithstanding bread too thickly sliced, according to the exacting standards of the past, the tea sandwiches were delectable. Those in attendance, mostly establishment types, were mostly stylishly dressed. Mr. Hoving would certainly have approved. But the truth is, given the welcomed sunshine and the imposing architectural backdrop, any event held at the museum's diminutive temple would have been lent dignity and lan. 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Arriving at that reliable repository of pleasure and enlightenment, the Corner Bookstore, on Madison Avenue at 93rd Street Tuesday, at six o'clock, it occurred to me that, like fictional Precious Jones in the novel Push and the movie Precious, all the real life figures under consideration were absorbing amalgams of the exceptional and the universal in each of us.<br><br>More vanished than just one maverick of a man when Hoving died in December. Far more than any particular dysfunctional family, too beautiful for their own good, perhaps too well bred, and by far too rich, was chronicled in Wendy Burden's amusing and affecting memoir, Dead End Gene Pool.<br><br>Wearing a straw boater, well before May 1st, to say nothing of Memorial Day, I, a black man with a fascination many condemn as bizarre at best, could present both, vestigial evidence to the contrary, as the death throes of an elegant but unfairly exclusive epoch, past at last, and over forever.<br><br>Even at the far flung frontier of Akron, Ohio, thanks to an exceptional public library, and to Hoving's penchant for publicity, we knew of his high profile acquisitions, from the ancient Egyptian Temple of Dendur, to a magnificent 17th century portrayal of a dignified black man by Diego Velzquez. 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Inevitable disappointments, large or small, become unbearable under such circumstances, corrosively souring even the joys of the 'good life'. His lovely but perpetually flatulent wife, a beautiful bird in a gilded aviary, like so many grandmothers, preferred the rosy glow of a medicated existence, to life's harsh realities. The surprise is, however much great riches acted to amplify the flaws of all the "messed up" Burdens, all are redeemed by a humanity as compelling one's own. Dead End Gene Pool is, first and foremost, a testament to the redemptive power of human understanding.<br><br>Moreover, why do some affluent people evolve such absurd frugalities? Why do others who are truly wealthy often obsessively fear being cheated, or loved only for what they have? Ms. Burden's book sometimes suggests it's because some have so little else to give. 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For a variety of reasons these expectations were not met. But on the exhibition's cool May opening night, as Hoving spoke thoughtfully to a throng of unprecedented diversity, it had seemed possible to accomplish such goals and more.<br><br>In 1976 Pauline Vandervoort Steese Dresser Rogers Hoving, Mr. Hoving's 'wicked stepmother', succumbed to a stroke and could not move a limb. Visiting her, Hoving and his wife Nancy, smuggled one of their cats into her room at Lenox Hill hospital. Slowly dragging one arm until she felt the cat's fur, with her eyes closed, she broke into a beatific smile. A week later she died peacefully. Hoving's ruptured relations with his father were mended and he was restored to the Tiffany Co. board. His father soon was remarried to Jane Pickens Langley. 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Before settling with their father, almost by way of preparation to become a great New York hostess, the future Mrs. Hoving had married successively richer spouses who obligingly all died. The last, before Hoving, was the prize!<br><br>Colonel Henry Huddleston Rogers was the son of the Henry Rogers, who was one of John D. Rockefeller's partner's in Standard Oil of Ohio. The Colonel built a lavish estate in Southampton on Long Island, called the Port of Missing Men, set on 1400 acres of prime land, including an 800 acre shooting preserve called The Cow Neck and a <a href="http://www.wbag.nl/category/fashion-cheap-hermes-handbags/" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">fashion cheap hermes handbags</a> 400 acre lake, called Scallop Pond. As designed by the renowned architect John Russell Pope, the Rodgers' manor house resembled not one, but several modest Colonial cottages, all strung together, to form an abode of palatial proportions with opulent appointments, not so different from Marie Antoinette's retreat at Versailles. It included perhaps the most lavish Greco Roman indoor swimming pool ever conceived in this country, which has since been destroyed.<br><br>Of this unlikely house and the apartment decorated by William Pahlmann, with niches of antique mirror flanking the drawing room mantelpiece, which was its urban counterpart, Hoving noted, "The Port became a sort of finishing school for my sister and me for part of every summer. During the winter and fall we would be sent to River House to be taught manners by Pauline from how to enter a room to how not to read the Sunday funny papers. My sister was admonished severely for spreading them out on the floor of the library. We were drilled on how to listen properly, for Pauline thought listening was the pinnacle of the social arts. She emphasized that good social behavior was like acting. I saw it as being phony.<br><br>"My first meeting with my stepmother," Hoving recalls of River House, "is seared into my memory. The building had a large iron gate and a circular drive. The entrance was a revolving door and Nanny let me push it around a few times as the doorman looked on sourly," he says of the esteemed apartment house designed by Bottomley Wagner White in 1929, which stands on 52nd Street at the East River.<br><br>"My instant impression of the interior was yards and yards of black and white polished marble floors through long, wide corridors. The entrance opened up onto a spacious, elegant hall with a series of glass doors looking out over a small garden. In all the years I visited River House I was never allowed to enter that garden, which became for me the symbol of needless exclusivity. 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