Rob Goldstone, the English publicist who sent Donald Trump Jr. the infamous email claiming Russian dirt on Hillary Clinton, commented on a recent request he received from Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee as well as ongoing attempts to continue the Russia collusion probe. “I hope it doesn’t get to a point where maybe because some people didn’t get the result that they had hoped for with the Mueller report that they will start investigating the investigation and just make it some ongoing diatribe,” Goldstone said in an interview.“There is nothing new,” Goldstone said. “We all have given sworn testimony before a grand jury. So, I don’t know what is new.” “I am happy to do it again because it’s the same story.” he added. “But if they need to hear it, with pleasure.” Besides sending the email that sparked the June 9, 2016 meeting, Goldstone was also inside the Trump Tower conference room and … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE – Trump Tower Witness Rob Goldstone on Dem Probe Efforts: ‘I Don’t Know What Is New’
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A former UDA man has written a book to apologise for planting a bomb in Lurgan – and to urge teenagers not to be tricked into terrorism by older people. Billy McCallum, 63, was convicted of possession of explosives with intent and conspiracy to cause an explosion for his attack on January 13 1973 in Edward Street. “As a child my parents were both deaf and dumb so I used to get the mick taken out of me,” he said. “That affected me and I became a very annoyed, aggressive type of a person.”He was born in 1956 in Portadown but moved to Belfast, and then Tagnevan in Craigavon where he was sexually abused.“I didn’t know what to tell anybody, didn’t know what to do. So my mind was a bit screwed up, I became a different character.”He later moved to Mourneview in Lurgan as the Troubles erupted.“People got very worried and I got misled into things. But I started to think – ‘this is ok because I am getting attention because … [Read more...] about Ex-UDA bomber tells teens: Don’t do as I did
By Nellie Bowles Published 2:15 pm PST, Wednesday, November 21, 2018 UC Berkeley students Haitao Zhang (left) Ingrid Wu and Emily Hu show off their skills at the Cal Hacks competition. Many of the young engineers said they would avoid taking jobs at Facebook. UC Berkeley students Haitao Zhang (left) Ingrid Wu and Emily Hu show off their skills at the Cal Hacks competition. Many of the young engineers said they would avoid taking jobs at Facebook. Photo: Photos By Max Whittaker / New York Times Photo: Photos By Max Whittaker / New York Times Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 UC Berkeley students Haitao Zhang (left) Ingrid Wu and Emily Hu show off their skills at the Cal Hacks competition. Many of the young engineers said they would avoid taking jobs at Facebook. UC … [Read more...] about ‘I don’t really want to work for Facebook.’ So say some computer students
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Technology Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Technology | ‘I Don’t Really Want to Work for Facebook.’ So Say Some Computer Science Students. Supported by ByNellie Bowles Nov. 15, 2018 BERKELEY, Calif. — A job at Facebook sounds pretty plum. The interns make around $8,000 a month and an entry-level software engineer makes about $140,000 a year. The food is free. There’s a walking trail with indigenous plants and a juice bar. But the tone among highly sought-after computer scientists about the social network is changing. On a recent night at the University of California, Berkeley, as a group of young engineers gathered to show off their tech skills, many said they would avoid taking jobs at the social network. “I’ve heard a lot of employees who work there don’t even use it,” said Niky Arora, 19, an … [Read more...] about ‘I Don’t Really Want to Work for Facebook.’ So Say Some Computer Science Students.
By Zaofishan Qureshi Published: November 4, 2018 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email Women are rejected, divorced and demeaned even when despite the desire to bear children they cannot do so due to medical reasons. PHOTO: PINTERST I have always been repelled by the idea of having kids of my own. It has always felt like too much responsibility for a non-committal person like myself. However, many of my friends seem puzzled by this decision of mine. “But you treat children as a therapist, and you’re quite good with them! What’s the problem then?” they ask. But does someone have to hate children in order to not want to give birth to them? You can be exceptionally good with kids and still not want any of your own.However, it’s always hard not to notice the look on people’s faces when you talk about not wanting children, ever. Even if you are as privileged as I am, you’ll still have to face your fair share of shame and abomination. … [Read more...] about Procreation as a form of oppression: Why I don’t want to have any children