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I received a mailing urging me to vote for Stewart Mills because he loves the outdoors and respects the Second Amendment. I, too, love the outdoors and respect the Second Amendment.

I have a conceal/carry permit. I hunt deer and small game. I manage our 260 acres of woodlands for healthy habitat for game animals and other wildlife, including the golden wing warbler. Fortunately, our private right to bear arms already has been secured by the decision of the US Supreme Court.

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The criminal action taken by South Korean prosecutors against a former Seoul bureau chief of Japans Sankei Shimbun daily on the charge that his column posted online in August defamed President Park Geun-hye raises serious questions about the countrys commitment to freedom of the press. It could border on abuse of power if the South Korean investigators are using the charge of libel against a public figure like the president selectively on members of the media that are critical of her administration.

The column in question quoted rumors originally reported in the South Korean media and circulating in the financial industry that Park was with a man during the seven hours when her whereabouts was unconfirmed on April 16 the day the passenger ferry Sewol sank and killed more than 300 people, mostly teenagers on a school trip. The writer, Tatsuya Kato, was indicted Oct. 8 without being detained. He had been questioned three times by the prosecutors and banned from leaving the country since early August even though he was relieved of his position as bureau chief as of Oct. 1.

The Seoul prosecutors charge that Katos column defamed Parks reputation by carrying information without the minimum backup reporting necessary to support its validity.

The presidents office says Park was inside the presidential compound during the hours in question. The prosecutors were acting on a criminal complaint filed by a local conservative civic group against the article, but it would be safe to assume that the administration was behind the push for the indictment, given that a senior official of the presidents office said earlier that the South Korean authorities would pursue civil and criminal charges against the journalist.

When South Korea was under the rule of a succession of military dictators until the 1980s, people could be punished for defamation of the state by criticizing those in power.

Although such a law was abolished in the countrys subsequent democratization, certain restrictions linger on freedom of thought and expression, such as a national security law that can subject people to penalties for praising North Korea, which Seoul deems as illegally occupying the northern half of the peninsula.

There is reportedly criticism that the Park administration is also using the libel charge as a tool not only against members of the media but also against opposition lawmakers and lawyers that are critical of the government.

That no criminal action has been taken against or investigations made of Chosun Ilbo, a leading conservative South Korean newspaper that originally reported the rumors, has raised the question of whether the investigators selectively targeted the Japanese daily, which takes a position critical of the Park administration on many of the disputes between Japan and South Korea.

Sankei, which strongly protested and called for retraction of the action by the Seoul prosecutors, has said that the column was not meant to defame the president but to serve the publics interest by reporting on the developments in South Korea concerning the top government leaders whereabouts on the day the major accident took place.

Maximum restraint is urged on the use of defamation charges by those in power since such an action can be considered discretionary as a way of intimidating the people and organizations that criticize them.

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HAVANA — Former Cuban President Fidel Castro has jumped to the defense of Russia, comparing the new NATO chief to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in an article penned Monday evening.

Reacting to statements made Sunday by the new NATO secretary-general, former Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, Castro wrote: “How much hate in the face! What an incredible determination to promote a war of extermination against the Russian Federation!”

Stoltenberg spoke in Poland saying the Western alliance could deploy its forces wherever it wants. His statements were generally seen as a reaction to Russia’s recent behavior in Crimea and Ukraine and as intended to reassure Poland, a NATO member, that it would be protected in the event of any Russian moves against it.

New North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of Norway speaks at his first press conference at the NATO headquarters in Brussels on October 1, 2014.

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Castro, however, described the NATO chief’s remarks as fanaticism comparable to that of ISIS.

“Who turns out to be more extremist than the very fanatics of the Islamic State?” he wrote in the article published by the Cuban media Tuesday. “What religion do they practice? After this, is it possible to enjoy eternal life on the right side of the Lord?”

Although a NATO summit a month ago turned down appeals from Eastern European NATO members to station thousands of troops there permanently, Stoltenberg, who as Castro points out became NATO chief just six days ago, appeared to take a harder line in Poland.

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Ankara: The NATO alliance has drawn up a strategy to defend Turkey if it is attacked along its border with Syria, a Turkish official says.

Defence Minister Ismet Yilmaz, whose country is a NATO member, said the alliance did that at his government’s request as Islamic State militants, who have captured a large swath of Iraq and Syria, are trying to take the Syrian town of Kobane near the Turkish border.

“If there is an attack, NATO’s joint defence mechanisms will be activated,” Mr Yilmaz told reporters.

Turkish tanks line up on a hill overlooking the Syrian city of Kobane, near the Turkish border. Photo: AFP

“From the moment the incidents relating to Syria first started, we asked NATO to prepare for possibilities to make plans. NATO prepared a plan taking various alternatives into account.

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“Therefore, if there is an attack on Turkey, NATO will bring about the provisions of Article 5 of the Washington Convention.”

Article 5 states that an attack against one NATO member shall be considered an attack against all members.

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Oct 042014

Careful keyword research is a time-consuming, often overlooked, but yet foundational aspect of creating a fantastic SEO strategy. Not until we comprehensively understand what people are using to find our clients products or services in search engines, can we begin identifying issues and focusing on high-opportunity areas. Your SEO strategy is only as good as the keyword research that went into it.

This article will focus on the following aspects of keyword research, the first of a multipart series on Fast SEO Competitive Analysis.

Its not necessary to begin keyword research with competitors, but its easy! Especially if you have access to third-party tools like BrightEdge, SEOClarity, SearchMetrics, or SEMrush with massive ranking databases. It also increases understanding of the space. For example, many brand keywords would seem to be non-brand if youre not familiar with competitor names or offerings.

Google describes its Sites product as a, “…free and easy way to create and share webpages.” Based on that and for the purpose of this tutorial, lets just grab the top competitors in the results for the Google search “free website creation.”

Googles Ranking URL: https://sites.google.com/

#1 – http://www.wix.com/

#2 – http://www.weebly.com/

#3 – https://www.yola.com/

Now while this strategy seems very focused on a single keyword, its representative of the general space free website creation.

Now using SEMrush, well grab lists of the search terms for the Google and competitor pages listed above.

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Checkpoints occupy a unique position in the American justice system. Atthese roadside stations, where police question drivers in search of the inebriated or illegal, anyone can be stopped and questioned, regardless of probable cause, violating theFourth Amendments protection against general warrants that do not specify the who/what/where/why of a search or seizure. Though the Supreme Court agrees that checkpoints skirt the FourthAmendment, the Court has been clear that the special needs checkpoints serve, like traffic safety andimmigration enforcement, trump the slight intrusions on motorists rights.

We have checkpoints for bicycle safety, gathering witnesses, drug trafficking, illegal immigration and traffic safety.Many states,like California, require cops to abide by neutral mathematical formulas when choosing which drivers to pull over (like 1 in every 10 cars). In reality, these decisions are left to the discretion of individual police officers, which results in a type of vehicular stop and frisk.

Thats why people in Arizona havesuedthe Department of Homeland Security for its wantondeployment of immigration checkpoints in their state.Among their complaints are racial profiling, harassment, assault and unwarranted interrogation,and detention not related to the express special need of determining peoples immigration status.

A key legal detail about checkpoints is that they cannot be used for crime control, as that would require individualized probable cause. But legal scholarsarguethat non-criminally-minded checkpoints are also illegal. They point out that the FourthAmendment protected the colonists from being searched for non-criminal wrongdoing. Doing nothing wrong at all, they argue,is not grounds to be searched or haveyour property seized.

Regardless, unlike DUI checkpoints, these immigration checkpoints, expanded by the 2006Secure Fence Act, are only allowed within 100 miles of the continental United States border. But thats abig perimeter. Nine of the countrys 10 largest cities, entire states and some two thirds of the US population reside within this constitutionallyexempt zone.

At these checkpointssome of which have becomepermanentfixtures on the highwaypeople are forced to stop when flagged down, againregardless of probable cause. But the extent to which people are legally obliged to answer officers questions isunclearand seemingly arbitrary. Not surprisingly, the militarysimmigration checkpoints havegarneredoutspoken criticism from across the political spectrum.Legalized by the Supreme Court in1976, these checkpointsseem to have taken on a newmomentum in the post-9/11era. (Private militias have eventaken tosetting uptheir own versions.)

DUI checkpoints, on the other hand,deemedconstitutional in 1990, monitor roadwaysin38 states. But they have been outlawed by12 othersthat have invoked states rights to increase federal civil liberty protections.In the Courts 1990opinion, Chief JusticeWilliam Rehnquist wrote that states interest in eradicating drunk driving is indisputable and that this interest outweighed the measure of the intrusion on motorists stopped briefly at sobriety checkpoints, which he described as slight.

In the dissent, William Brennan reminded the Court that, some level of individualized suspicion is a core component of the protection the Fourth Amendment provides against arbitrary government action. In pulling people over at random, checkpoints remove this individualized component.

Today, the practice seems to be experiencing a renaissance of sorts. With the help of local police, private government contractors have used the tactic to collect anonymous breath, saliva and blood (DNA) samples of American motorists for the federally fundedNational Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drugged Driving. Participation in the survey is voluntary, despite the confusion that may come with uniformed police asking for bodily fluids. Motorists are offered $10 for cheek swabs and $50 for blood samples. These practices have sparked considerable publicoutrage; law enforcement officials inSt. Louis, Missouriand Fort Worth, Texashavestatedtheir intent to limit their future participationin the study.

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SEZs need stable policy regime, FTP benefits

New Delhi, September 22:

Investments in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) declined as a result of introduction of Minimum Alternative Tax (MAT) and Dividend Distribution Tax (DDT) which led to negative investor sentiments, a study commissioned by the Commerce Ministry has said.

Moreover, products manufactured in the zones have become non-competitive in the domestic tariff area (rest of the country) due to high import duty structure and zero or lower tariffs due to free trade agreements, the study titled SEZs in India-Issues and Way Forward carried out by research body ICRIER highlighted.

SEZ units are rather at a disadvantageous position as they are not eligible for benefits under the Foreign Trade Policy, the study said. To make SEZs attractive again for investors, both domestic and foreign, the study, by ICRIER Professor Arpita Mukherjee, has recommended aligning the SEZ policy with the Foreign Trade Policy so that units in the zone, too, can benefit from incentives given to exporters.

It also advocated a stable policy regime, single window clearance, linking SEZs with the National Investment Manufacturing Zone policy, more focussed investments in the zones and greater accountability of development commissioners.

The Finance and Commerce Ministries are, at present, engaged in devising a package to boost SEZs which has seen a downturn following introduction of taxes in 2012. The Finance Ministry has not yet agreed to restore tax benefits as it believes that they will lead to considerable revenue loss.

Dismissing the notion of SEZs being tax havens, the study pointed out that fiscal incentives are given by all countries and not specific to Indian SEZs.

Revenue foregone due to direct tax exemptions is only 0.3 per cent of GDP (2013-14) and 12 per cent of total revenue foregone due to direct taxes. Revenue foregone due to indirect tax exemptions does not count as loss since DTA exporters also get export concession benefits, it said.

(This article was published on September 22, 2014)

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Panda Article SEO Case Study – Entity Rank, Enthusiast Rank, Text Scraping
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North Atlantic Treaty Organization(NATO),military alliance established by the North Atlantic Treaty (also called the Washington Treaty) of April 4, 1949, which sought to create a counterweight to Soviet armies stationed in central and eastern Europe after World War II. Its original members were Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Joining the original signatories were Greece and Turkey (1952); West Germany (1955; from 1990 as Germany); Spain (1982); the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland (1999); Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia (2004); and Albania and Croatia (2009). France withdrew from the integrated military command of NATO in 1966 but remained a member of the organization; it resumed its position in NATOs military command in 2009.

The heart of NATO is expressed in Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty, in which the signatory members agree that

an armed attack against one or more of them in Europe or North America shall be considered an attack against them all; and consequently they agree that, if such an armed attack occurs, each of them, in exercise of the right of individual or collective self-defense recognized by Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations, will assist the Party or Parties so attacked by taking forthwith, individually and in concert with the other Parties, such action as it deems necessary, including the use of armed force, to restore and maintain the security of the North Atlantic area.

NATO invoked Article 5 for the first time in 2001, after terrorist attacks organized by exiled Saudi Arabian millionaire Osama bin Laden destroyed the World Trade Center in New York City and part of the Pentagon outside Washington, D.C., killing some 3,000 people.

Article 6 defines the geographic scope of the treaty as covering an armed attack on the territory of any of the Parties in Europe or North America. Other articles commit the allies to strengthening their democratic institutions, to building their collective military capability, to consulting each other, and to remaining open to inviting other European states to join.

After World War II in 1945, western Europe was economically exhausted and militarily weak (the western Allies had rapidly and drastically reduced their armies at the end of the war), and newly powerful communist parties had arisen in France and Italy. By contrast, the Soviet Union had emerged from the war with its armies dominating all the states of central and eastern Europe, and by 1948 communists under Moscows sponsorship had consolidated their control of the governments of those countries and suppressed all noncommunist political activity. What became known as the Iron Curtain, a term popularized by Winston Churchill, had descended over central and eastern Europe. Further, wartime cooperation between the western Allies and the Soviets had completely broken down. Each side was organizing its own sector of occupied Germany, so that two German states would emerge, a democratic one in the west and a communist one in the east.

In 1948 the United States launched the Marshall Plan, which infused massive amounts of economic aid to the countries of western and southern Europe on the condition that they cooperate with each other and engage in joint planning to hasten their mutual recovery. As for military recovery, under the Brussels Treaty of 1948, the United Kingdom, France, and the Low CountriesBelgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourgconcluded a collective-defense agreement called the Western European Union. It was soon recognized, however, that a more formidable alliance would be required to provide an adequate military counterweight to the Soviets.

By this time Britain, Canada, and the United States had already engaged in secret exploratory talks on security arrangements that would serve as an alternative to the United Nations (UN), which was becoming paralyzed by the rapidly emerging Cold War. In March 1948, following a virtual communist coup dtat in Czechoslovakia in February, the three governments began discussions on a multilateral collective-defense scheme that would enhance Western security and promote democratic values. These discussions were eventually joined by France, the Low Countries, and Norway and in April 1949 resulted in the North Atlantic Treaty.

Spurred by the North Korean invasion of South Korea in June 1950, the United States took steps to demonstrate that it would resist any Soviet military expansion or pressures in Europe. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, the leader of the Allied forces in western Europe in World War II, was named Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) by the North Atlantic Council (NATOs governing body) in December 1950. He was followed as SACEUR by a succession of American generals.

The North Atlantic Council, which was established soon after the treaty came into effect, is composed of ministerial representatives of the member states, who meet at least twice a year. At other times the council, chaired by the NATO secretary-general, remains in permanent session at the ambassadorial level. Just as the position of SACEUR has always been held by an American, the secretary-generalship has always been held by a European.

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Hyderabad, Sept 11:

Noting that media freedom entails responsibility, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar today said the Government would protect the freedom of the press.

Press freedom is very important. But freedom has not come for free. Therefore, freedom entails responsibility. So, it has to be a responsible freedom. So those who enjoy freedom must also behave responsibly. But, if they are responsible freedom, media, we are bound to protect them and we will do our duty, he told reporters here.

Asked about the comments of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on media, he said, I have already given (my comment) yesterday.

Replying to a query about some Telugu channels being blacked out in Telangana, which was also discussed in Rajya Sabha, Javadekar said: The Government would do whatever is duly and legally possible. You will know what we are doing.

The Minister has received representations on the issue.

(This article was published on September 11, 2014)

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Michael Brown: More Police Brutalities, and My Illuminati Status?
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But the assurances of a military response tied to Article 5 are not easily converted to the digital world, Libicki said.

“In most categories of war, you have to defeat the other guy shooting back, but in the cyberworld you can do a lot just by building up your defenses,” he said. “When you put cyberwarfare into the template of conventional warfare, you end up drawing a lot of conclusions that don’t make sense.”

But Dave Merkel, CTO of cybersecurity firm FireEye, said he isn’t surprised by Friday’s announcement, given the severe damage that can be caused by a cyberattack. Still, he said, governments may find it difficult to attribute the origin of a digital offensive.

Read MoreNATO: Russia ‘attacking’ Ukraine as rift widens

While both Libicki and Merkel agreed that many NATO members could determine the origin of an attack, those governments may not be eager to reveal their intelligence and technological capabilities.

Yet even nongovernmental firms are sometimes able to positively identify cyberattacks: In 2013, Mandiant (since acquired by FireEye) released a report detailing a wide body of evidence that a Chinese government group had conducted a widespread cyber-espionage campaign. China denies engaging in cyber-espionage.

NATO’s biggest problem with enforcing a hard line against cyberattacks may simply be the wide proliferation of such warfare.

A single hacker can launch hundreds of varied attacks in a short period of time, meaning that governments may find it nearly impossible to identify, attribute and respond to cyberstrikes in a timely manner, Merkel said.

By CNBC’s Everett Rosenfeld

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Performing SEO is hard, and quantifying SEO efforts can be even more difficult. Google Webmaster Tools (GWT) helps us regain the keyword level granularity lost with Googles switch to secure search. In the last article, we looked at what it takes to compare Google Analytics to Google Webmaster Tools, and found that when taking into consideration limitations and filters, its surprisingly accurate. Digging further (looking across almost 40 different implementations using the methodology described in the previously mentioned article), weve found it can also be used as a tool to ensure:

In this article, well first be walking through how to quickly find potential mis-attribution of organic search. Then well wrap up by quickly grabbing a list of GWT Top Pages to make sure traffic is getting logged in the proper analytics account.

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Comparing the Top Pages in Google Analytics (GA) versus GWT seems to be a great way to identify traffic getting improperly bucketed as organic search. Keep an eye out for strange URLs that dont seem to fit the canonical profile; landing pages for paid campaigns have been common.

Follow this tutorialto match up GWT and GA reports for the same date range, then export the data into two tabs in the same spreadsheet. One for GA, and one for GWT.

Using the exported Google Analytics report, make sure the Sessionsare in descending order and pull in GWT Clicks from the tab over.

Note: By default Google Analytics reports have relative URL paths (a seen in column A), if using VLOOKUPyoull need to make sure the values match up exactly. To do this we just inserted a new column for absolute URLs and used this formula, =”https://www.example.com”&A8 .

When looking at Column D, notice that the values of #N/Arepresent URLs that dont actually receive any organic traffic. This was the case across multiple sites and was confirmed using the BrightEdge ranking database.

Note: BrightEdge is an enterprise ranking database, SEMrushmight be a good free/cheap alternative to check URLs.

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9/11 Investigation #6- NSA And More Warnings
ABC News Article- http://abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=91651 Edward Snowden Video- http://youtu.be/zUoNC3QIcQo Thomas Drake Article- http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/1513494.

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September 7, 2014

Tokyo, Japan

by Terence Gomez

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When Azmi Sharom, Associate Professor of Law at the Universiti Malaya, was charged under Malaysias Sedition Act for providing a legal opinion on a constitutional matter, it shocked the academic community.

It was particularly alarming to academics as it is now well acknowledged that the Sedition Act is an obsolete relic of British colonial rule, introduced to curb dissent. Even Prime Minister Najib Razak had expressed the view, about two years ago, that this Act had to be repealed.

Najibs government is now preparing a National Harmony Bill to replace this Act. Azmi was, however, one of a number of people, many of them politicians in opposition parties, to be charged under this Act in the recent past.

The issue that Azmi had commented on was in response to the question as to how the next Selangor menteri besar should be selected. Azmis views were published in the online portal of The Malay Mail. He is quoted as saying two things in this article: You dont want a repeat of that, where a secret meeting took place and I think what happened in Perak was legally wrong. The best thing to do (in Selangor) is do it as legally and transparently as possible.

It was baffling that these opinions were viewed as being seditious. In fact, the Bar Council, in its statement on Azmis case, is quoted as saying that his comments cannot, by any stretch of the imagination, constitute sedition. Azmi, in response to this charge, has argued that his statements were based on established case laws and democratic principles and that he views this charge against him as a blow to academic freedom and the freedom of expression.

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Digital Marketing Depot presents Repositioning SEO Inside Your Company So Everyone Wins on Tuesday September 23 at 1 PM EDT. This webcast is about why and how your company can benefit from repositioning search engine optimization (SEO) inside your company to give your branding efforts a boost. Jessica Bowman, Founder and CEO or SEOinhouse and Matt Roberts, Chief Strategy Officer at Linkdex will discuss how a good SEO program can breathe new life into your business, bringing improved conversion rates, higher rankings in the search engine results pages, and an overall visibility to your business that will attract new prospects.

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Sep 022014



Capitalism Is About Love
Jeffrey Tucker reads his article from Liberty.me http://tucker.liberty.me/2014/08/30/capitalism-is-about-love/?refer=libertyme.

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