Mr. MIKE KENT (Civil War Relic Show Organizer): Why let them set in the ground and rot and deteriorate so that no nobody ever sees them, verses lets us bring them out of the ground and whether we donate it, whether we sell them, whatever at least they’re out of the ground. They can be preserved.
Kenya and Tanzania also requested the secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES) to list the African elephant in its “Appendix I.” An Appendix I listing will ban all trade in elephant products, including hides as well as ivory, among nations agreeing to abide by CITES’ rulings. A decision is expected at the CITES meeting which begins next week. Best of Intentions The African experience suggests that many wildlife preservationists are asking the wrong question.
Verduin tries to get the class to think how their bodies respond when they’re angry. He asks them for recent examples. One guy talks about getting into a standoff with a guard. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly phoned lawmakers over the weekend to brief them on aviation security issues that have prompted the impending electronics ban, according a congressional aide briefed on the discussion. Government official said such a ban has been considered for several weeks. The official spoke on the condition of anonymity to disclose the internal security discussions by the federal government..
It was not an abstract question: fetuses as well as newborns may now go under the knife. Once highly experimental, fetal surgery to remove lung tumors, clear blocked urinary tracts, repair malformed diaphragms is a frequent occurrence at a half dozen fetal treatment centers around the country, and could soon become standard care for some conditions diagnosed prenatally like spina bifida. Whether the fetus feels pain is a question that matters to the doctor wielding the scalpel..
If I were presented with these papers as someone with a keen interest in the clinical care of diabetes then I think I find them rather interesting. Apart from the plastic bottles and NOD mice which I know less about the papers would seem to shape my understanding of the causes of diabetes. The first paper would raise my awareness of the importance of soft drinks (which has been in the news recently as well so patients might visit with questions).
Kent, 21, a well known civil rights organizer in Baltimore, was trying to defuse the tensions between police and protesters before an armored truck pulled up and a team of National Guard troops rushed him.CBS News caught up with Kent, who gained attention during the Baltimore protests of the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Kent was widely credited with helping to keep those protests peaceful.Joseph Kent (left) speaking with protesters before Baltimore’s curfew”I’m in control, I been in control of it,” said Kent. “Yesterday it was out of my hand, but I been here.