‘Built’ is a new startup changing the construction industry

Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Jimmy Carter revealed Donald Trump what genuine winning appear like on Saturday night.

The ex-presidents collected in College Station, Texas for an advantage show that was created to raise cash for One America Appeal’s continuous cyclone relief efforts . The show included a selection of rock and nation artists — consisting of an unadvertised look by Lady Gaga.

Watch Leah Remini Tearfully Respond To Katie Holmes’ Statement, Saying They’re Both ‘Back To Being Human’ After Leaving Scientology!

This was really inneresting!

Now, Remini is speaking up much more, calling Scientology an “extremist” faith, and reacting straight to Katie’s declaration wanting her well , stating:

“It’s truly due to the fact that we both left that we’re able to have this sort of grace to each other due to the fact that we’re back to being human.”

Ch-ch-check out the video with Remini talking about more of her book and experiences in the church (listed below):

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Wow. A minimum of it seems like Leah and Katie are doing rather much better and on much better terms with each other, if when they can fix up!

What do U think about this entire Scientology debate ??

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The Orlando Pulse Nightclub Mass Shooting Is The Deadliest In US History

In the early hours of Sunday early morning, inside Orlando’ s leading gay bar , Pulse, 29-year-old Omar Mateen strolled in and opened fire, eliminating a minimum of 50 individuals and leaving more than 50 hurt.

Almost right away, the more than 300 individuals in the club began dropping to the flooring to conceal and crawl while others got away. Inning accordance with witnesses, the shooting lasted a whole tune.

The club stated in a Facebook post ,

Everyone leave Pulse and keep running.

According to The Los Angeles Times , around 5 am, a SWAT group went into the club, drawing some fire from Mateen prior to eliminating him.

The Los Angeles Times in addition reported, prior to getting in the club and devoting this abhorrent criminal offense, Mateen called 911 and promised his loyalty to the Islamic State.

Club-goer Christopher Hansen informed NBC ,

It was awful. I wasn’ t sure if it was the music, due to the fact that … it opted for the beat nearly up until you heard simply a lot of shots.It was much like — bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang — which’ s when you feel in one’s bones mayhem is simply, it remained in chaos.

As authorities got control of the circumstance, something ended up being easily evident: This was the most dangerous mass shooting in United States history.

The event is supposedly being examined as an act of terrorism, inning accordance with NBC News . The shooter’ s dad informed NBC it wasn ’ t about faith, rather, it was about hisboy ’ s own evident homophobia.

His daddy in addition informed LA Times,

We remained in downtown Miami, Bayside, individuals were playing music. And he saw 2 guys kissing each other in front of his other half and kid and he got extremely upset. They were kissing each touching and other each other and he stated, ‘ Look at that. In front of my child they are doing that. ’ And then we remained in the males’ s restroom and males were kissing each other.

If you are seeking to assist the Orlando blood bank frantically requires blood donors .

A release from OneBlood stated,

There is an immediate requirement for O Negative, O Positive and AB Plasma blood donors following a mass shooting in Orlando, Florida.Dozens of individuals have actually been hurt and required to location healthcare facilities. The requirement for blood continues.

To discover a contribution center near you, check out www.oneblood.org or call 1.888.9 Donate. Since publication, the siteis down, most likely due to frustrating traffic, so think about calling if you or somebody you understand wish to contribute blood.

Our ideas are with all victims and their households on this awful day.

School board banned The Lords Prayer, then students interrupt ceremony to do this

Banned by school authorities, the Lords Prayer stood high and was heard by all, thanks to a group of Ohio finishing senior citizens who kept the custom going regardless of the restriction.

For 70 years, the Seniors at East Liverpool High School had actually been singing a variation of the Lords Prayer throughout graduation. This year, authorities at the school, chose to nix the tune from the graduation program. The factor? Worry of being taken legal action against by the Freedom from Religion Foundation. The company has stated the tune promoted faith, therefore breaching U.S. Constitution. Being taken legal action against would drain pipes the school of loan. The school board president Larry Walton describes:

It was a choice made due to the fact that we do not have a great deal of cash and wed rather employ instructors than pay attorneys.

Needless to state the elders were not delighted about breaking custom from worry. They chose to handle the scenario themselves.

In overall defiance to not simply the school board, however likewise the Freedom from Religion Foundation, the trainees stood and went all out. They recited the well-known prayer, which starts with, Our Father who art in paradise. This decreased right after class valedictorian, Jonathan Montgomery had actually invited the audience to the graduation event.

East Liverpool Superintendent Melissa Watson mentioned the following:

It was completely spontaneous, obviously something the kids wished to do. I had no understanding of it. The crowd appeared to support it. Robert Hill is the dad of one of the trainees and he stated the following: Ive constantly taught my 2 young boys to stand up for exactly what you think is. The very same lesson my moms and dads taught me. If its over religious beliefs or something else take a stand, it does not matter. School authorities might think about doing a nondenominational baccalaureate graduation for next years finishing class.

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Atheist Actor Andrew Garfield Falls in Love With Jesus During the Making of Silence

“ That was the most impressive thingfalling in love, and how simple it was to fall for Jesus.”

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AndrewGarfield has actually come a long method because his days as The AmazingSpiderman.

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In his latest movie, Silence, Garfield plays Sebastian Rodrigueza function where he needed to lose more than 40 pounds to play .

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In preparation for his latest acting function, Garfield practiced the spiritual workouts of St. Ignatius, and at the same time discovered himself falling for Jesus.

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While Garfield watches out for landing on any faith with certainty, as he discussed in his interview with Stephen Colbert , he discovered the workouts and the important things he discovered Jesus to be life-altering.

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He informed America Magazin e , I felt so bad for [Jesus] and mad on his behalf when I lastly did fulfill him,since everybody has actually offered him such a bad name And he has actually been utilized for a lot of dark things.

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The movie informs the story of Jesuit priests losing their faith in the face of persecution in Japan. Its amazing to see how an opposing circumstancepriests who are losing their faithwould be the driver behind Garfields newly found relationship with Jesus.

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The star reviewed the extensive experience in an interview with American Magazine :

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What was actually simple was falling for this individual, was falling for Jesus Christ. That was the most unexpected thing That was the most amazing thingfalling in love, and how simple it was to fall for Jesus.

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And these words are originating from the very same guywho explained his religions as the following to the Hollywood Reporter: “ I consider myself pantheist, agnostic, sometimes atheist and a bit Jewish,however mainly puzzled. ”

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Garfield continued:

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The one experience that I wouldnt wish tocompromise, if I needed to hellip &select; it would have been going through those Exercises. It brings me a lot alleviation.Its sucha humbling thing since it reveals me that you can dedicate a year of your life to spiritual change, best regards yearning and putting that yearning into action, to producing relationship with Christ and with God, you can then lose 40 pounds of weight, sacrifice for your art, hope every day, live celibate for 6 months, make all these sacrifices in service of God, in service of exactly what you think God is calling you into, as well as after all of that body and soul, that simple offering … that humbleness … after all that somebody is going to toss a stone and dismiss it. Its a fantastic, terrific grace to be offered, to be revealed.

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Garfield explained the workouts of St. Ignatius as a transformational procedure where you do the creative, meditative prayers with the life of Jesus, where you put yourself in each [New Testament] scene, similar to being a star

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It was eventually those practices of meditation, prayer and bible that led the star to acknowledge the Lords existence in his life.

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Although Andrew Garfield never ever admits Jesus as Lord, it ’ s clear he ’ s still browsing.And it ’ s remarkable to pay attention to the genuine improvement he experienced by digging into the life and mentors of Jesus.

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It ’ s agreat tip of Acts 17:27

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God planned that theywould seek Him and maybe connect for Him and discover Him, though He is not far from every one people.

We hope that everybody, like Andrew, who gets a taste of God ’ s goodness will provide their lives completely to him.

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Winners Of The 14th Smithsonian Photo Competition 2016 Announced

The 70 finalists for the 14th Annual Smithsonian Photo Contest have just been announced, and as you can see from this stunning selection, the judges are going to have a seriously difficult time choosing a winner.

The competition received over 48,000 submissions from photographers across 146 countries and territories, and voting is now open for the Reader’s Choice winner. Voting closes on March 27 and the winner will be announced alongside the Grand Prize and category winners the following day. Scroll through the finalists below and then head here to vote for your favorite. From an octopus hitching a ride on a turtle’s back, to the nomadic Nenets of Arctic Russia, the collection includes some of the most awe-inspiring photographs you could possibly imagine.

The Arctic wolf is a sub-species of the grey wolf and lives in the Arctic regions of North America.

While I was looking for alligators at a swamp in Louisiana, this beautiful little creature wandered out of the murky waters right into the morning light.

I am always looking for unique ways to showcase the beauty of elephants in the hope that it will make a difference in the way they are viewed and appreciated. This image was taken when a herd of elephants came down to the banks of the Chobe River in Botswana for an afternoon drink. The opportunity presented itself as the the trunk of the elephant in the foreground framed the…

I am always looking for unique ways to showcase the beauty of elephants in the hope that it will make a difference in the way they are viewed and appreciated. This image was taken when a herd of elephants came down to the banks of the Chobe River in Botswana for an afternoon drink. The opportunity presented itself as the the trunk of the elephant in the foreground framed the eye of the elephant in the background. I focused on the eye, and with some creative cropping, was very pleased with the final result.

The thing that draws me to the ocean the most is that I never know what Im going to come across on any given day. I count myself extremely fortunate to have been in the right place at the right time to capture this image.

An owl appears to yawn.

We were the very last to get on a small plane taking us from Sochi to Saint Petersburg. Little did we know what was waiting for us up above. I took the window seat not expecting to see much, as there was a light drizzle landing on the plane. But as we took off, it became clear I had the best seat on the plane.

The traditional cormorant fisherman in China works in the early hours before sunrise. He will sail on his bamboo raft with his trained cormorants to catch some fish.

Snowflakes on my car windshield.

Since ancient times, the Nenets have led a nomadic life. Reindeer harnessed to sleds is the most reliable form of transport on the tundra, and the people of the North make use of their navigational abilities. In severe conditions, such as a blinding snow storm, deer are not only loyal companions, but sometimes the only hope for survival.

A spider with a housefly kill, hiding under the petals of a Madagascar periwinkle flower.

On a stormy autumn day a fleeting shaft of light illuminates the Old Man of Storr and other pinnacles of the Trotternish Ridge on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.

Im a vet, and it was late afternoon when I was leaving my department at the University of Parma. I saw the cow and thought: Is it an optical illusion or gene mutation?!

Firewalking is the act of walking barefoot over burning charcoal. In Ha Giang, a mountain province in northern Vietnam bordered by China, the Pa Then ethnic group observes this practice to wish for prosperity in the new year.

A green sea turtle rises to the surface for a breath just off the coast of Florida. Sustainable travel is something we all should strive to consider and eventually adopt. As often as I can, I go out and explore the world’s oceans with my cameras. I also strive to document the work of others who are protecting and conserving our environment, specifically in the world of sea turtle conservation….

A green sea turtle rises to the surface for a breath just off the coast of Florida. Sustainable travel is something we all should strive to consider and eventually adopt. As often as I can, I go out and explore the world’s oceans with my cameras. I also strive to document the work of others who are protecting and conserving our environment, specifically in the world of sea turtle conservation. During nesting season I go out with our amazing biologists, scientists and volunteers who help to protect and document sea turtle habitats in South Florida. These turtles face a huge battle of survival on their upcoming “travels,” and every person I can impact with their picture is a win!

Black and white seemed to suit the burst of snow geese in the landscape.

A wild keel-billed toucan perches on a branch during a rainstorm in Costa Rica. I captured this image during a photography tour of Costa Rica focused on documenting its incredible bird population. Costa Rica comprises less than one percent of the world’s land mass, but five percent of its biodiversity. I am hoping this image, and others that I captured there, will encourage people to travel to this country, inform…

A wild keel-billed toucan perches on a branch during a rainstorm in Costa Rica. I captured this image during a photography tour of Costa Rica focused on documenting its incredible bird population. Costa Rica comprises less than one percent of the world’s land mass, but five percent of its biodiversity. I am hoping this image, and others that I captured there, will encourage people to travel to this country, inform them of the marvelous wildlife heritage we enjoy there and inspire greater appreciation of what we still have to preserve for future generations.

This night frog, endemic to the Western Ghats of India, exhibits a unique breeding behavior. The males call for females, the females come and lay the eggs, then the males fertilize them. In this image, the male has successfully fertilized a clutch of eggs from a female. He is calling out for other females to lay eggs.

I’m a street photographer. I search the streets of chaos and try to capture the beauty within that chaos. This is a candid picture and not posed. I was walking up the Royal Mile when it started to rain. People started looking for shelter. I found this subject hiding in a red phone box and caught them by surprise. I prefer viewers to interpret the picture for themselves.

A tree house in the woods. I was traveling to Bangalore for a week to visit some of my friends. There we went to Nandi Hills for a sunrise view.

I wanted to capture the break on the rocks during high tide, but as I lost light I had to leave the shutter open longer, and the wave blended in motion.

Taking place every year across Galicia, Rapa das Bestas, or ‘Shearing of the Beasts,’ involves cutting the manes of semi-feral horses that live in the mountains. Horses are rounded up into enclosures called curros, foals are branded and the adults groomed before being freed. The best known is the Rapa das Bestas of Sabucedo, which takes place the first weekend in July.

Commuters on the London Underground are communicating. They are not communicating with each other, but across the world from their cell-like positions on the platform.

A man bikes by an octopus statue at the Burning Man festival in Black Rock City, Nevada.

Break time during a street theater festival known as FITECA. Periphery of Lima, Peru.

I visited to central region of my country, Myanmar, last year. When I arrived to Mingun, I found this old man with an oxcart taxi for visitors. He took me around the Mingun area. Finally we arrived at the famous white temple of Mingun. I loved the background so requested to shoot a photo of him in the oxcart. I liked the frame of the oxcart box and lighting on…

I visited to central region of my country, Myanmar, last year. When I arrived to Mingun, I found this old man with an oxcart taxi for visitors. He took me around the Mingun area. Finally we arrived at the famous white temple of Mingun. I loved the background so requested to shoot a photo of him in the oxcart. I liked the frame of the oxcart box and lighting on the face.

The world’s largest Buddhist academy is located in a remote place in Sertar County, China, named Larung Gar. People from all over China come here to learn Buddhism. However, it is a controversial place. Nuns and monks have suffered from demolition and imprisonment. In June 2016, the authorities imposed new rules, which put thousands of residents at risk of removal. These residents have not been given the chance to practice…

The world’s largest Buddhist academy is located in a remote place in Sertar County, China, named Larung Gar. People from all over China come here to learn Buddhism. However, it is a controversial place. Nuns and monks have suffered from demolition and imprisonment. In June 2016, the authorities imposed new rules, which put thousands of residents at risk of removal. These residents have not been given the chance to practice religion peacefully. If the oppression continues, this unique place will eventually fade from history.

I believe sustainable travel is traveling through a natural experience. For me the most rewarding way is to explore ancient cultures in conjunction with ancient skies. In what is now the Bears Ears National Monument, a friend and I spent hours of wandering until we came upon the Soaring Crane. We sat in the canyon until nightfall and photographed the art by the light of a thin moon. This area…

I believe sustainable travel is traveling through a natural experience. For me the most rewarding way is to explore ancient cultures in conjunction with ancient skies. In what is now the Bears Ears National Monument, a friend and I spent hours of wandering until we came upon the Soaring Crane. We sat in the canyon until nightfall and photographed the art by the light of a thin moon. This area of the Utah desert is a land of dark skies and one of the least light polluted places in the continental United States. Its ancient walls and art exist far from urban boundaries. We visit to step out of the modern world and for a brief time remember how the planet was and how our species dwelled for millennia. The stars and planets above our heads comprise the same sky that guided the Cranes artists. These sites need to be appreciated in their original context under the same dark, starlit sky that inspired our religions, mythologies, mathematics and sciences. For several years I have been documenting prehistoric ruins, ceremonial structures, petroglyphs and pictographs in the context of the night sky. I hope to eventually collect these images into a book.

I spotted this at LeFurge Woods Nature Preserve on a walk. The falling petals got my attention although they are actually caught in a spider web, which can be seen if you look closely.

Patterns in an endorheic lake, now completely dry, of California’s Mojave Desert show the constantly transforming beauty of nature. For me, sustainable travel involves traveling around the world, particularly to support national parks and other wilderness areas that exist to protect our natural resources. This photo was taken as part of an ongoing series I have been working on over the past two years, observing transformations in the natural world…

Patterns in an endorheic lake, now completely dry, of California’s Mojave Desert show the constantly transforming beauty of nature. For me, sustainable travel involves traveling around the world, particularly to support national parks and other wilderness areas that exist to protect our natural resources. This photo was taken as part of an ongoing series I have been working on over the past two years, observing transformations in the natural world with special consideration for issues regarding environmental sustainability. A particular focus of this photo series is water management and water patterns.

A very symmetrical orchard (I believe apple trees). Aerial Image (shot from a plane).

There has been an escalation of crime in El Salvador as well as armed confrontation between the state and gangs. Crime can become, dangerously, a demonstration of power.

My wife and I were visiting Cabrceno Natural Park with our kids when we realized that dozens of bears were just in front of us. I got the camera and my 70-200mm and took almost two hundred pictures. Then I saw this bear odd couple that seemed to be upset with each other but together. It reminded me of “The Odd Couple” movie with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau.

Keeping cool, no bull.

This photograph shows my experience of the gay community in Rochester, NY.

This shot is of women praying inside Istiqlal Mosque during the month of Ramadan.

Lucretia M. Anderson sings a tribute to legendary blues singer Big Mama Thornton at the Blues Gal Musical hosted by Unity Church in Richmond, Virginia, in honor of the famous Richmond-born blues singer Lady E.

Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is a national park in East Java, Indonesia. To shoot this moment, I climbed the hills at the foot of Mount Bromo in the early morning with my horse.

“Jakobshavn Melt was captured within the Ilulissat Icefjord, Greenland, while on an expedition to document one of the largest calving events in 2016. The objective of the journey was to promote environmental awareness and education about the significant climactic changes occurring in the Arctic. This single calving event produced enough ice to meet the domestic freshwater needs of the United States for six months. The image was captured at 1:00…

“Jakobshavn Melt was captured within the Ilulissat Icefjord, Greenland, while on an expedition to document one of the largest calving events in 2016. The objective of the journey was to promote environmental awareness and education about the significant climactic changes occurring in the Arctic. This single calving event produced enough ice to meet the domestic freshwater needs of the United States for six months. The image was captured at 1:00 am during the last sunset before summers 24-hour light. Sustainable travel embodies what it means to be an environmental photographer. I believe that each shot should not just be a moment in time, or a beautiful representation of a place. It should be filled with purpose and meaning, providing viewers a means to understand the evolving world at large. The image Jakobshavn Melt is but a small glimpse into the reality of a major environmental event.

This picture of Bonnie and her handler, Mutinda, on a morning walk captures the actions behind Big Life Foundation’s mission of saving and preserving wildlife. Bonnie is one of three security dogs that assist the rangers in tracking poachers. In 2016, one of the dogs in the anti-poaching dog unit played a key role in the arrest of a suspected poacher by following the poacher’s scent to his village where…

This picture of Bonnie and her handler, Mutinda, on a morning walk captures the actions behind Big Life Foundation’s mission of saving and preserving wildlife. Bonnie is one of three security dogs that assist the rangers in tracking poachers. In 2016, one of the dogs in the anti-poaching dog unit played a key role in the arrest of a suspected poacher by following the poacher’s scent to his village where rangers uncovered ivory in his home.

A couple dances in the backyard of a home in the West Village neighborhood of Detroit.

Munnar is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Kerala, India. It is a haven during the monsoon season as nature surprises you with amazing clouds and mists!

A nun walks slowly next to the chapel of Notre Dame du Hau in Ronchamp, France.

Dinar the orangutan is visually striking and has an emotive face. The image was constructed by converting the orangutan image to black and white and editing the fur around the edge of his beard. Then I shot a marble headstone and duplicated that image into different layers, played around with the opacity and changed the orientation, before finally painting it across the layers to get the right look.

Shinjuku Nights / / 03:25:07 / Rain falls over Tokyos red light district. Taken as part of my photo series T0:KY:00 capturing the beauty of night. Taking real moments and transforming them into the surreal.

This beautiful yellow-flecked sipo was found at Bosque Protector La Perla near La Concordia, Ecuador. I am always impressed with a snakes ability to hold itself motionless while sussing out a situation.

A couple watches a television literacy program. This photo is part of a series on the impact that media has on the lives of people in rural Brazil.

A trip to Matera with the woman I love. Double exposure with her face and the Sassi di Matera.

Ms. Peggy Sue is a five-year-old papillon that was found wandering the streets of Union County, Arkansas. After a month of multiple attempts through social media to locate an owner, no one came forward. She was then put up for adoption at UCAPS. Peggy Sue soon found her new family and is in a loving home. When we first saw Peggy Sue, we fell head over heels for her. She…

Ms. Peggy Sue is a five-year-old papillon that was found wandering the streets of Union County, Arkansas. After a month of multiple attempts through social media to locate an owner, no one came forward. She was then put up for adoption at UCAPS. Peggy Sue soon found her new family and is in a loving home. When we first saw Peggy Sue, we fell head over heels for her. She had a royal appearance, and she held her head high despite everything she had been through in the past. We decided she deserved to be a queen in her photograph.

Shot in Poly Plaza, Beijing, China.

Waste from a paper mill is agitated by aerators, producing steam and foam, which are pushed by the wind. Clearwater Paper Reservoir, Lewiston, Idaho. Aerial image (shot from a plane at 1,500 feet).

I was surprised when I saw this old shoemaker shop with two workers, one of them a young woman doing a job usually done by older men. The look in her eyes is as strong and heavy as her work.

Dance improvisation in the studio.

A man swims in the Olympic-size pool in Medelln, Colombia.

Lila Chosa sits on the side porch of her house while her family and friend get ready for a portrait behind her. Lila’s grandmother, Heart Warrior, has spent years battling to keep custody of her grandchildren in Minnesota. Its part of a long history of Native American removal and resistance.

This photograph is of a woman that I passed in an NYC laundry room. I’m not sure if she was really doing any laundry. It seems like she’s recalling something that recently happened to her. The subject is defeated, hurt and exhausted from this cycle she is in, like the cycle of a washing machine.

Sustainable travel is travel that does not have a negative impact on the environment and ideally would not only protect the environment, but also provide opportunities for local communities. I see visiting the mountain gorillas in Uganda as sustainable travel because the visits support the local community while protecting the endangered gorillas. Tourists can pay to visit families of these magnificent animals for one hour a day, up to eight…

Sustainable travel is travel that does not have a negative impact on the environment and ideally would not only protect the environment, but also provide opportunities for local communities. I see visiting the mountain gorillas in Uganda as sustainable travel because the visits support the local community while protecting the endangered gorillas. Tourists can pay to visit families of these magnificent animals for one hour a day, up to eight trekkers at a time. Over time, the gorillas have habituated to people and are tolerant of their visitors. The rangers dedicate their lives to protecting the gorillas, and you can clearly see that they love their job. Porters are hired from the local community to help the trekkers through the jungle. The porters are rotated on a regular basis so that more people in the community can work. This way, the local community receives a benefit and poaching of the gorillas is less likely. This photo was taken during our one-hour visit with the Mubare Gorilla Family Group in Bwindi Impenetrable National Forest, Uganda. After about one and a half hours of trekking through the forest, we were fortunate to be able to watch these magnificent animals up close. This photo is of a female gorilla enjoying a midday meal. There are less than 1,000 mountain gorillas left on Earth.

Sustainable travel enables conservation of the things that make a destination desirable in the first place. Rather than denuding forests for a strip of souvenir shops and a tiny fenced reserve, places like Rwandas Volcanoes National Park protect the native habitat for several rare species, including the golden monkey, mountain gorilla and forest elephant. Park tourism dollars employ guides, trackers and porters and also support community development projects that reduce…

Sustainable travel enables conservation of the things that make a destination desirable in the first place. Rather than denuding forests for a strip of souvenir shops and a tiny fenced reserve, places like Rwandas Volcanoes National Park protect the native habitat for several rare species, including the golden monkey, mountain gorilla and forest elephant. Park tourism dollars employ guides, trackers and porters and also support community development projects that reduce the incentive to cut forest for illegal farms or set antelope snares, which can kill endangered monkeys and gorillas. Many primate families in the park are comfortable with close human presence. I was thrilled to get within twelve feet of this beautiful golden when it descended from the trees to search for tender bamboo shoots. It paid little attention to me, but surveyed the area briefly, perhaps as a caution against eagles.

Mdm Tai, a Chinese opera artist for the past forty odd years, thinks of her children while preparing for her per

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Jeff Sessions rebuts idea that Muslim immigration is a civil right

Of all the important things prospect Donald Trump has actually stated because revealing his quote for the White House, the one that has actually genuinely ignited with the general public, journalism, and political leaders was his idea that there be a short-lived restriction on Muslim migration up until the federal government can determine the best ways to effectively veterinarian immigrants.

Conservative Review reports today that conversation of a nuclear security costs was pirated in aSenate Judiciary Committee conference bySen. Pat Leahy (D-Vt.), who demanded a “Right to Migrate” change that would disallow the United States from prohibiting a possible immigrantbased on faith.

Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) Provided a counterclaim to Leahy that Conservative Review called “the fully grown discussion on migration the rest of the conservative’ facility is reluctant to have,” including that Sessions “not just damaged his whole facility and incorrect sense of morality, however revealed a set of essential concepts relating to the ethical and philosophical foundations of a simply and perfect migration policy.”

The speech was published to YouTube in its totality and a records to Sessions’ site .

“Fundamentally,” Sessions stated, “foreign nationals residing in foreign nations have no constitutional right to get in the United States. If they did, any alien rejected entry might submit match to require entry and claim damages for lost work, lost well-being advantages, lost earnings.”

“Choosing who can immigrate into the United States is, by meaning, an exclusionary procedure,” Sessions included. “The objective is to choose immigrants for admission based upon the advantages they offer to society based upon abilities, ages, worths, approach, earnings, and so on. Our objective is to pick for admission those likeliest to thrive and be successful and, most importantly, to support our Constitutional system of federal government and our worths of pluralism and Republican governance.”

Only 4 Republicans opposed the Leahy change: Sens. Sessions, Cruz, Vitter, and Tillis.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2015/12/10/sen-jeff-sessions-rebuts-argument-that-muslim-immigration-is-a-civil-right/