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22 мая, 19:25

Meanwhile, In Baltimore...

Via StockBoardAsset.com, What I Saw Today In Maryland... The Militarization Of Police. The intensive militarization of America’s police forces is a serious topic of which the mainstream media somewhat ignores. On my travels to Hunt Valley, Maryland, I stumbled upon a family oriented charity event for law enforcement at the University of Maryland Extension. I was shocked to find unattended assault rifles and military  gear loosely displayed. (Weapons had safety features in place)  Armored military vehicle with turret Baltimore County, Maryland police helicopter Military grade optics on the helicopter. By the way, FLIR systems is head quartered right here in Hunt Valley, Maryland Conclusion: Baltimore County law enforcement looks like a small private army that should be somewhere in the Middle East. Nevertheless, this is a first hand account of the militarism in US police forces. Bonus: Like it or not, the march towards a police state is here

22 мая, 17:05

Controladora: Is VLRS a Good Stock for Value Investors?

Value investing is easily one of the most popular ways to find great stocks in any market environment.

22 мая, 17:00

Is China Eastern Airlines a Great Stock for Value Investors?

Value investing is easily one of the most popular ways to find great stocks in any market environment.

22 мая, 16:55

Will Delta Air Lines (DAL) Make a Suitable Value Pick?

Let's put Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL) stock into this equation and find out if it is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now.

22 мая, 16:50

Is American Airlines Group (AAL) a Suitable Value Pick?

Let's put American Airlines Group, Inc. (AAL) stock into this equation and find out if it is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now.

22 мая, 16:45

Is Hawaiian Holdings (HA) a Great Stock for Value Investors?

Is Hawaiian Holdings a great pick from the value investor's perspective right now? Read on to know more.

22 мая, 16:40

Should Value Investors Pick JetBlue Airways (JBLU) Stock?

Is JetBlue Airways a great pick from the value investor's perspective right now? Read on to know more.

22 мая, 16:35

International Consolidated Airlines: Is it a Value Stock?

Let's see if International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A. (ICAGY) stock is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now, or if investors subscribing to this methodology should look elsewhere for top picks.

22 мая, 16:30

Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: NextEra Energy, Duke Energy, CenterPoint Energy, American Water Works and Aqua America

Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: NextEra Energy, Duke Energy, CenterPoint Energy, American Water Works and Aqua America

22 мая, 16:30

Is Alaska Air (ALK) a Great Stock for Value Investors?

Let's see if Alaska Air Group, Inc. (ALK) stock is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now, or if investors subscribing to this methodology should look elsewhere for top picks.

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22 мая, 15:58

3 Reasons Why Lantheus Holdings (LNTH) is a Great Momentum Stock

Lantheus Holdings (LNTH) seems to be a Great Momentum Stock on the back of its favorable price performance both in short and long term.

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22 мая, 15:48

3 Reasons Momentum Stock Investors Will Love CBOE Holdings (CBOE)

Momentum Stock Investors Will Love CBOE Holdings (CBOE) stock as it has seen favorable price performance both in short and long term.

22 мая, 15:42

Interpublic Group (IPG) Grows Organically to Boost Revenues

On May 19, Zacks Investment Research updated the research report on advertising and marketing provider The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc. (IPG).

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22 мая, 09:17

Can you solve it? The maths problem for 5-year-olds 'stumping' the web

The truth about the latest viral maths problem from Singapore - and another historic Oriental numbers puzzleUPDATE: To read the solutions click here.Happy birthday Monday Puzzle!It is now exactly two years since the birth of this column, which I started as a consequence of a Singapore maths problem that went viral. To celebrate this anniversary the internet has kindly provided me with a new Singapore maths problem. The web has been aflutter this past week about the following teaser reportedly given to Singaporean first year pupils, that’s five to seven-year-olds, that is so difficult no one can solve. Continue reading...

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21 мая, 10:09

Seoul: $50m walkway moves city away from car dependency

Seoul: $50m walkway moves city away from car dependency A new $50m walkway for pedestrians has opened in Seoul following a refurbishment of a busy motorway overpass. The project is part of efforts to shed the city's image of being car-orientated. Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Seoul. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

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20 мая, 17:25

15 of the Healthiest Meals You Can Order at Applebee’s

Heading to Applebee's for dinner tonight? These are the healthiest meals you'll find on the menu, based on calories, fat, and sodium.

19 мая, 21:53

Utility Stocks Make Secure Bets on Multiple Factors

Utility Stocks Make Secure Bets on Multiple Factors

19 мая, 20:17

No Excuse Teaching

This past summer — amid the contentious presidential campaign, all the lies and all the disappointments of a choice between such flawed candidates — my son and I were arguing about the viability of those running for third parties. He found my alleged pragmatism frustrating. Then he blamed the whole mess on the sorry state of our education system. The whole thing — public, private, parochial — including me. Humanity, he reminded me, depends on our education system — and look at who the electorate had settled for. I couldn’t argue. Not even to deny my own culpability. I am a part of the system. And while I don’t blame myself for our collective failures ― who among us is ever willing to do that? — I probably could do better. I can cite countless obstacles I confront every day — insufficient resources, emotionally and psychologically crippled students, economic injustices that have undermine the long-term success of my students. But these are not excuses and we cannot allow them to be. We have to believe we can overcome whatever obstacles conspire against us and the students we teach. For nearly a generation, the priority of our education system was competitiveness. We’ve wanted our children to perform competitively on standardized tests relative to children in other countries — and have not done well at that, for a variety of reasons — and our motivation in all of this has been economic progress and sustainability. We’ve focused on math and science, at times marginalizing the humanities, so that our children could be as useful and successful as possible in a global economy driven by technological innovation and financial manipulations, both math-oriented endeavors. I once overheard a math teacher urging one of our school’s top graduates to major in math or engineer rather than history — good advice to be sure — and when the student said he might follow that advice but also minor in history, the teacher dismissed the idea. “Why would you waste your time on that?” he asked. I’m afraid that teacher was not isolated in his disdain for the humanities. I understand this view, especially among those of us who teach economically disadvantaged children. If more than one fourth of our scientists and engineers are from other countries and at least that many of our young people are struggling to find good paying jobs then there is an obvious opportunity for us to guide students in that direction. What is more urgent, however, is that we educate our children about democracy, about the constitution with its separation of powers and help our students to understand the influence of money and media in politics. I am not suggesting indoctrination from the right or the left. We have to help students understand the logic and logical flaws of all political philosophies and economic philosophies, all relevant arguments and all issues. It’s hard to get there when so many of our students know so little — can’t even fill in a U.S. map with the names of more than a few states or name the presidents before George H.W. Bush — but somehow we have to get there. Educating our children is about preserving our democracy — much more than it is about making them employable or making our workforce competitive though none of those objectives are in conflict with each other. Our schools might seem more interested in producing passive consumers and political pawns and anesthetized wage slaves out of our children. But I don’t buy that. Those are long-term investment strategies and we live an era of day traders and flipped houses and other fast-buck schemes. That we are failing so many students isn’t a grand conspiracy but the lack of a coherent vision or the discipline or commitment to see one through. What is true is that we are all part of a seemingly infinite convulsion of human activity — driven by greed and desire as well as generosity and kindness. It’s all true and it’s all real but right now it seems to have steered us in a frightening direction. So no excuses for those of us who teach kids. Can’t cop out to the-kids-don’t-care-about-learning-so-what-can-I-do? People like strong leaders. That may be the most significant reason they nominated and then elected a man who knows and respects so little and who so easily betrays many of his supporters. Kids like strong teachers. They will listen to us if we insist and if we have something to teach them that is real and relevant and that invokes their hearts and their minds. And, perhaps most important, if we admit to them how desperately the world needs them to know and understand and care. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

19 мая, 16:55

Should Value Investors Pick Companhia de Saneamento (SBS)?

Is Companhia de Saneamento a great pick from the value investor's perspective right now? Read on to know more.

19 мая, 16:50

Is Telecom Argentina (TEO) a Great Stock for Value Investors?

Is Telecom Argentina a great pick from the value investor's perspective right now? Read on to know more.