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IHRRG/IHRRC/LIMPT, INC/ASSOCIATES

 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR AFFIRMATIVE ACTION (AAAA): MANDATORY MEMBERSHIP LEVIES AND PAYMENT ARE IN-FORCE BECAUSE AAAA IS NOT PROJECT BASE AND VOCATIONALIZED

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Dr. Phillip Chukwuma Ofume & Associates

 
 
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR AFFIRMATIVE ACTION (AAAA): HOW AAAA GETS  REAL SUCCESS  BY DIRECT PROGRAM WITH BAD OR GOOD COURT DECISION ON AFFIRMATIVE ACTION BASE ADMISSION TO COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
 

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Interview with Heidi Boghosian, executive director of the National Lawyers Guild, conducted by Scott Harris

National Lawyers Guild Seeks Files on Federal Role in Police Suppression of Occupy Wall Street Movement
Interview with Heidi Boghosian, executive director of the National Lawyers Guild, conducted by Scott Harris
In the 10 weeks since the original Occupy Wall Street protest encampment was founded in New York City’s Zuccotti Park, the movement has spread to hundreds of other outposts across the U.S. and the world. The message of activists – condemning corporate greed, economic inequality and the corrupting influence of money in politics – has resonated with many Americans who are suffering under high unemployment, a record number of mortgage foreclosures and dimming prospects for the future. 

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Interview with Seif Da’Na, associate professor of sociology and international studies at the University of Wisconsin, conducted by Scott Harris

Egypt's Second Popular Uprising Targets Military's Hold on Power
Interview with Seif Da’Na, associate professor of sociology and international studies at the University of Wisconsin, conducted by Scott Harris
 
When tens of thousands of Egyptians gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square last spring demanding the ouster of U.S.-supported dictator Hosni Mubarak, the nation’s armed forces played a decisive role in forcing Mubarak to resign on Feb. 11. When Mubarak ended his 30-year reign of power, it fell to Egypt’s Supreme Council of the Armed Forces to organize the nation’s transition to democracy. Initially, the military promised a six-month transition period, after which they would step aside to make way for civilian rule. 

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Reinarto Hadipriono
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In the evolutionary journey of a living creature, a condition or a movement that occurs continuously from generation to generation, e.g. as when it “moves forward”, will have an impact on the shape of its body

 The Development of the Tail in Animals.
         

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Ron Paul tent closed rather than seized by the police. disenchanted Obama-ites learned survival skills, libertarians learning about poverty. Rather than another sound bite war, Ron Paul running against Obama would lead to them learning from each other as well.

 
Ron Paul Tent Hopefully only Temporarily Closing, Obama-ites seeking solutions with survivalists, the way Ron Paul and Obama seek solutions, not one-up-man-ship, like the other politicians do.
 
Most think Obama and Ron Paul are as different as politicians can be. But recently Shoshana Bryen on American Thinker came to the opposite conclusion,
http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/11/where_ron_paul_meets_barack_obama.html

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Human Utilities Whole Armour®
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New Orleans the Crescent, the only motion picture DVD to have covered the City of New Orleans and the first and only to have covered the World's largest Port system, the Port of New Orleans before Katrina, is released for the holidays.

New DVD release of Epic DVD “New Orleans the Crescent” now available for the holidays.
“Before Katrina there was “NEW ORLEANS THE CRESCENT”. ™
SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA                    November 18, 2011

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IHRRG/IHRRC/LIMPT, INC/ASSOCIATES

  
 
AMERICA: JUSTIFICATION OF "OCCUPY PROTEST" 
 
November 18, 2011
 
 

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IHRRG/IHRRC/LIMPT, INC/ASSOCIATES

  
 
AMERICA: JUSTIFICATION OF "OCCUPY PROTEST" 
 
November 18, 2011
 
 

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"Egypt, Insights Into a Revolution"
A documentary about the Egyptian revolution
http://vimeo.com/31425854

Cairo, April 2011. Two months after the fall of Mubarak regime, bloggers, activists, artists, opinion leaders or simple citizens revisit their Egyptian revolution. How did they felt during the eighteen days of protests who eventually forced Mubarak to abdicate on February 11, 2011 after some thirty years of an autocratic presidency? How did the revolution change their lives? What are their hopes and fears whereas Egypt is slowly moving towards democracy?

A film by Sebastien Saugues

With: Wael Abbas, Dalia Ziada, Mahmoud Salem "Sandmonkey", Hany Adel (Wust el-balad), Amir Eid & Sherif Hawary (Cairokee), Aya Hemaida, Samia Jaheen & Achraf Nagaty (Eskenderella), Mohamed Safi (Nile Fm), Fath’allah Mahrous, Engy Khirfan, Seif Khirfan.