Deadly Fire in Paris, Three People Killed – 30 People with Injuries

A fire broke out in Paris’ eleventh arrondissement this Saturday around 5 am. Three people lost their lives.

A terrible fire in Paris’ 11th arrondissement.

According to news sources, around 5 am, a fire broke out in a building at Rue de Nemours in Paris’ 11th arrondissement. The toll is heavy with at least three people have been killed and one person in serious condition, firefighters announced.

Lidocaine 5% Cream – The Best/Strongest 5% Topical Numbing/Pain Relief Cream – It was Numbify 5% Lidocaine

We tested extensively to find the best and we measured by what was the strongest 5% Lidocaine pain relief and numbing cream, Numify 5% Lidocaine was significantly stronger in all our tests.     

Lidocaine, is a local anesthetic used frequently as a topical medication on the skin to numb,  or rather to relieve pain & itching by causing a temporary numbing effect. Lidocaine is used for many more common uses such as Tattoo,  Lazer Hair Removel, Waxing, and Piercing, it also  works on Hemorrhoids, Burns, Eczema, Insect bites.

Supreme Court Upholds Cross on Public Land in Maryland – Decision Needs Strengthening

A 40 foot World War I memorial cross can continue to stand on public ground in Maryland, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday in an important 7-2 decision about the use of religious symbols in American life.

The judges said preserving a long-standing religious monument is very different from building a new one. The court said that this doesn’t violate the constitutional prohibition on the government favoring one religion over others.

Antidotes for You – They Bring Salvation in Many Ways

An antidote defined in the Meriam-Webster dictionary is a remedy to counteract the effects of poisons.  If you are bit by a snake there is an antidote to counteract the poison venom. A second example of antidote given by Meriam-Webster something that relieves prevents or counteracts for example an antidote for boredom.

People are naturally sad.  They need to be cheered up. No one is immune from pain. Life is not always pleasant. One of the antidotes created by the Lord in Heaven is song, another antidote is comedy.

Vibration Analyzer Market Driven by Increased Adoption

Vibration analyzer is a handheld measurement device for the individual assessment of vibration on the machines and systems. Vibration analyzer is also used for measuring speed, distance, and acceleration of the machines in various industries such as automotive, mining, electronics, aerospace and defense, energy and power. With the help of vibration analyzer, the actual state of the machines and system can be determined accurately.

Boris Johnson vs. Jeremy Hunt for PM: Winner Gets the Mess

And then there were two.  The race to replace Theresa May as leader of the Conservative and Unionist Party, and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, is down to its final candidates.  Heavily-favored Boris Johnson will face the surprising Jeremy Hunt, who took Johnson’s job as Foreign Secretary when he resigned in protest of May’s Brexit deal.  The winner will be decided by the party’s 160,000 grassroots members some time late next month.  It is a contrast in styles, abilities, and Brexit itself.

USWNT (7-4) Favorites in Weekend Soccer Showcase – Only two spots remain in the Knockout Round

Soccer’s summer season moves along this weekend, with plenty of men’s and women’s tournament action for fans of The Beautiful GameThe 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup concludes group stage games on Thursday, with knockout round games commencing on Saturday.  If the men’s game is more your thing, several continental confederations are showcasing their national teams’ best stars this weekend too.  South America’s 2019 Copa America, and the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup, of North and Central America and the Caribbean, continue with their group stages.  Then, Africa’s best square off with the beginning of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.

5 Things Dad’s With Endless Energy Do Everyday

Father’s Day was Sunday, June 16 and the best thing Dad can do for his family this year, is take care of himself. Here’s a quick How-To, to help Dad turn around his fading energy levels and be Super Dad again!

Right off the bat, Happy Father’s Day, Dads! You’re doing more than ever for your families, and get very little credit for all your efforts. Not that you need a lot of praise, but a pat on the back occasionally from a random article isn’t a bad thing.

Summer is Here – Plan Your Dream Vacation

The summer is coming up shortly vacation time.

A vacation is a leave of absence from a regular occupation which is often used to take a specific trip for the purpose of relaxation, renewal, healing and pleasure. It is different than a day off.  It gives a greater opportunity to rest and renew yourself for the future.

There are a wide variety of vacation ideas to choose from.  For planning your dream vacation it may be important to get help from a travel guide.

Multiple Sclerosis: An Invisible Disease – Christopher Evans’ Story

I compare living with multiple sclerosis like having a car that looks fine on the outside, but every light on the dash is on.

Christopher Evans

To everyone you look perfectly fine and capable but little do they know you may just barely be pushing through life. They don’t know that M.S. is the mother ship sending out destroyer drones through your nervous system, and when I say destroyer drones I literally mean destroyer drones.

The EEOC: Ignoring Lawlessness in the Federal Sector

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII) created the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).  The EEOC is to explain and enforce federal laws barring discrimination in the American workplace.  However, the federal agency may often ignore the unlawful discriminatory acts of “federal” officials.  The latest Annual Report on the Federal Workforce on the EEOC’s website shows federal workplace discrimination statistics for the fiscal year 2015.  The report expressly shows how seldom federal agencies, including the EEOC, rule in favor of complainants. Out of the 6,009 merit complaints closed, the federal government found discrimination (against itself) in only 168 cases (2.7%).  Several factors contribute to the low rate of discrimination findings in the federal workplace.  The EEOC report is silent on such factors, including the two, which are covered in this article.

The Best Platforms for Digital Marketing with Heavy Traffic

The internet has so many platforms that can sometimes lead you to into confusion on what to use. Of course there are some advantages and disadvantages in each platform so we are going to talk about you as an entrepreneur on how to utilize the best platform in the internet.

If you are starting your business and you are planning to get into Digital Marketing, you may ask yourself, is it much easier than it was 10 to 15 years ago? and why do you ask this? because as an entrepreneur, you are your own media company. Doesn’t matter what business you are in, you need to think like a media in this generation.

“Mr. President; We The People Demand Arrests.” Start With Gavin Newsom

Can politicians be arrested?”

The answer is yes, absolutely. Or, the federal government can issue a “Writ of Quo Warranto” and remove the politician from office.

A “Writ of Quo Warranto” is a notice of demand, issued by a demandant to a respondent claiming a delegated power and filed with a court of competent jurisdiction, to hold a hearing within 3 to 20 days (depending on the distance of the respondent to the court) to present proof insufficient, or if the court to hold the hearing, the respondent must cease to exercise the power. If the power is to hold an office, he/she must vacate the office.

Do You Need the Messiah? Follow President Trump to Victory in 2020

Before asking yourself the question: Do I need the Messiah, first ask yourself the question Do I need God?  Do I need to study the Bible? President Trump is pictured carrying a Bible.

There are atheists in the world who refuse to believe in God.  They may have suffered in the holocaust or have witnessed great tragedies in life which have made them atheists.  Atheists live their whole life without faith in God performing their duties to humanity as doctors, lawyers, engineers, teachers etc.  Most atheists did believe in God once but lost it.  Their faith is compared to a lost object which has disappeared and the hope of finding it has been given up. Every day they witness another tragedy reinforcing their atheism.

Disabled Veterans Day™ (DVD) is June 30 #dvday630

Celebrated annually on June 30, national Disabled Veterans Day™  or DVDay™ is dedicated to raising awareness and funds specifically for our beloved “disabled” veteran heroes, the unique challenges they face, and to ensuring all their service-related disability needs are met with timeliness in a low-resistant process. The celebrated holiday fits perfectly between PTSD Awareness Day and Independence Day, and is an awesome way to give our heroic disabled veterans the much-deserved attention.  We have Memorial Day for our heroes who have transitioned.

Progressives Battle Pelosi on Impeachment— But Who’s Winning?

You might have to go back to 1811 to find a freshman Member of Congress who has attracted as much national attention as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).  That was when Kentucky’s Henry Clay became Speaker of the House his first day on the job.  Since her shocking primary upset of Democratic Caucus Chair Joe Crowley nearly a year ago, the ex-Bronx bartender has attracted a Twitter following nearly rivaling that of her arch-nemesis from Queens.  AOC made her first appearance on a Sunday show since her election, This Week with George Stephanopoulos, and hinted at real “animus” between her fellow progressive backbenchers in Congress and the Democratic leadership, particularly on the issue of impeachment.

Sanders’ Speech Muddies the Waters on Socialism

For someone who speaks so often, and so fondly, of “democratic socialism,” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) seems to have no idea what it is.  On Wednesday, the two-time independent candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination delivered a “major speech,” entitled “How Democratic Socialism Is the Only Way to Defeat Oligarchy and Authoritarianism.”  It was the second time he has attempted to describe this utopian society entirely free from want.  And, just as in 2015, he left all but his most dedicated Berners wanting.

Must There Be a White House Press Secretary?

On Thursday, President Trump took to his favorite medium to announce his Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, would be leaving her post at the end of the month.  Trump tweeted she would be returning to her native Arkansas, and added, “I hope she decides to run for Governor.”  Sanders is the 43rd high-profile departure from an administration well known for its record high turnover.  Her successor will be the third White House Press Secretary to serve the Trump administration.  But should they?

Biden vs Warren: Polls/Pathway? Biden. Crowd Size? Warren.

Source: Realclearpolitics.com

Polls: Biden

On polls, former Vice President Joe Biden (D) has about a 20 point lead over Sen Elizabeth Warren (D). Remember polls are not very accurate if the people being polled don’t trust the poll takers. With that said Biden has the clear advantage. Studies say that if the poll recipient believes there is evidence of a biases or polarity to their own personal belief or to what they are personally representing, they will not be completed forthright.

Violence Escalates in Southern Israel – War Started Again

After a short period of peace enjoyed by Israeli and Palestinians living in Gaza the war has started up again. The Cease Fire took affect on May 6 after a two day war where 700 missiles were fired from Gaza to Israel mostly intercepted by the Israel Iron dome, but several missiles did succeed to do damage and kill or injure Israelis.

Israel retaliated, striking military and political targets in Gaza, killing 23 Palestinians and injuring others. Egypt and Qatar succeeded to bring the two sides to a cease fire. 

Britons Back Boris to Deliver Brexit, Beat Brexit

The race for arguably the least-desirable job in global politics may be turning in to a cakewalk. Boris Johnson, former London Mayor, Foreign Secretary, and current brash Brexiteer, appears to be cruising to 10 Downing Street, to succeed Theresa May as leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Johnson easily topped his rivals in the first round of voting among Tory MPs Thursday. Eventually, all but two candidates will be eliminated, giving the party’s 160,000 faithful the final choice. As is typically the case in electoral politics, winning the job will be the easy part.

Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson (8-1) Co-Favorites in U.S. Open

Who Governs Moldova? Political Crisis Produces a Pair

A political crisis in one of Europe’s poorest countries has brought Moldova’s governments to a standstill. Both of them. Two rival governments, each claiming to be the sole legitimate administration within the former Soviet republic, held separate cabinet meetings on Monday. The bizarre scenes stem from an inconclusive election in February, and a dispute over new ones in September. One of the factions, an arrangement of strange political bedfellows, was able to secure the backing of an even stranger alliance abroad: Russia and the West. It’s about the only thing they can agree on.

Remarkable Growth in Global Perfume and Fragrance Market

The Global Perfume and Fragrance Market are observing a remarkable growth owing to factors such as rapid urbanization, rise in disposable income and changing lifestyle of consumers. With more and more consumers spending on personal care & beauty products is expected to be one of the significant reasons for the rising growth of perfumery products which in turn intensifies the sales of perfume & fragrance products during the forecast period.

Constitutional Conflict: House Votes in Contempt, DOJ Threatens Executive Privilege

The ongoing struggle between the irresistible Democratic House and the immovable Republican presidency escalated again Tuesday. Along party lines, the House voted to hold Attorney General William Barr, and former White House Counsel Don McGahn, in civil contempt of Congress. In response, the Justice Department threatened to invoke Executive Privilege to block House access to documents pertaining to the U.S. Census. It’s the latest skirmish in a conflict that has consumed the capitol and paralyzed policymaking.

Compare – Life & Death Fair Play in the Middle East vs games like Golden State vs Toronto

Kevin Durant suffered a right lower leg injury in Game 5 of the playoffs and could not make the first four games in the finals between Golden State and Toronto.  He appeared in game five and played spectacularly until the middle of the second quarter. He made his first three 3 point attempts, he blocked a shot, until he took a hard fall over Toronto Raptors big man Serge Ibaka injuring his Achilles tendon.  The Raptor fans started cheering.  The players on Toronto especially Kyle Lowry took offense to his supporters from Toronto and objected to them cheering the injury of Kevin.  They knew that the Lord in heaven did not like this reaction to the injury of a vital player on their opponent Golden State.  Even though without Kevin Durant they had already defeated Golden State in three of the four first games of the finals, it is not good sportsmanship to applaud his injury. Also God took offense to the reactions of the crowd to teach them a lesson and Golden State defeated Toronto even without Kevin.

SCOTUS Roundup: Calm Monday Leaves Chaotic Work Ahead

Call it the calm before the storm. After another relatively quiet Monday, the Supreme Court adjourned for the week, leaving its most divisive work for another time. The Court did decide three cases, two of them by unanimous decision, and rejected others. More than two dozen cases remain over the Court’s final three weeks, setting the stage for a potentially explosive finish.

Up to a Million Protest Hong Kong Extradition Bill

Hundreds of thousands, and perhaps up to one million people jammed the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday to protest amendments by the Legislative Council, which would allow the extradition of those accused of crimes to mainland China. Opponents believe the bill will allow the communist regime to target political opponents, whether living in or visiting Hong Kong, and threaten the city’s longstanding autonomy. Beijing is said to want the bill “urgently,” and the LegCo pledged to press on regardless.

Opposition Arrests, Military Violence, Escalate Sudan Crisis

Three opposition members, acting as mediators between Sudan’s Transitional Military Council and the pro-democracy Alliance for Freedom and Change, were arrested over the weekend. In response, protesters called for a nationwide campaign of civil disobedience Saturday. It’s the latest development in an ongoing, and frequently violent crisis in a country all too accustomed to them.

U.S., Mexico Strike Deal to Avoid Tariffs

Late Friday evening, President Trump took to his favorite platform to make a major announcement. “I am pleased to inform you that The United States of America has reached a signed agreement with Mexico,” he tweeted. “The Tariffs scheduled to be implemented by the U.S. on Monday, against Mexico, are hereby indefinitely suspended.” At first glance, the agreement alluded to seems to have been based on earlier reports of Mexico redoubling its border security. The news was welcomed by all sides Friday night, weary of the damage Trump’s tariffs might have caused.

Mexico Wants to Appease Trump and Send National Guard to Southern Border

Negotiations take days in Washington- but still breakthrough is missing. If nothing happens, US tariffs will apply to all imports from Mexico on Monday. The Mexican government is now making concessions.

To appease US President Donald Trump in the migration dispute, Mexico wants to deploy 6,000 National Guardsmen on its Southern border. Mexican Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard said this on Thursday in talks with US officials in Washington. This is to prevent the entry of Central American migrants on their way to the USA. The Mexican government wants to prevent with a set of concessions that Trump raises from Monday to punitive tariffs on Mexican imports.

Trump Wants to Stop Border Crossings; Mexico’s Foreign Minister Compared Him to Hitler

Border crossings are exploding, with over 144k people crossing in May 2019, up 182% over May 2018. We have seen over 675,000 apprehensions so far this year, up 99% over this time last year.

Sources: U.S. Customs and Border Protection

The Biggest Border issues are in El Paso, up 2,100%

The El Paso district has seen a 2,100% increase in border crossings compared to 2018. The city has a population of about 840k, and the district has seen over 100k apprehensions. El Paso is just across the border from Ciudad Juarez. With a population of 1.5 million, Ciudad Juarez is the most populated city in the state of Chihuahua. Interestingly, the biggest migration is next to a major Mexican City.

Trump’s Tariffs: Mexican Concessions, Republican Rebellion

President Trump is set to unilaterally levy an escalating 5% tariff on all Mexican goods next week, and just about everybody is working diligently to stop them. The two countries continued talks Thursday, aimed at satisfying Trump’s demands that Mexico do more to stop the flow of migrants from Central America. To that end, Mexico has begun to deploy the National Guard on its southern border with Guatemala. Back in the States, members of the president’s own party have begun to show their own frustrations with Trump’s tariffs. This time, they might be serious.

Police Raids on Media Continue Alarming Trend

If there’s one thing we learned as children, it’s that terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad days can happen anywhere, even in Australia. Evidently, so can attacks on press freedom. Two police raids in two days on the nation’s public broadcaster, ABC, shocked those in and out of the country. For journalists and those concerned with protecting the freedom of the press, the raids are part of an alarming trend across ostensible western democracies.