Presidential Leadership

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What is the real job of a US President? Is it to boost their ego, make themselves rich or to serve We the People?

How did they show leadership? President George W. Bush and President Bill Clinton participated in a conversation focused on leadership moderated by David Rubenstein at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas.

The program was part of the graduation ceremony for 60 members of the 2017 Class of the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program.

State of Refusal

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Why are so many US states are going to be missing today's deadline to turn over voter information to the Trump administration?

Back in May, President Donald J. Trump signed an Executive Order establishing the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. The idea was to have Vice President Mike Pence chair the Commission, and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach serving as the vice chair.

RIP Liu Xiaobo

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China's cancer-stricken Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo has died while in Chinese parole. As the 61-year-old democracy advocate's liver function continued to deteriorate, he suffered from "shock and organ failure", according to the First Hospital of China Medical University in the northeastern city of Shenyang. He was admitted last month from prison due to late-stage liver cancer. He passed away from complications of liver cancer.

NYC Welcomes JLG440

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After finalizing the first series of concerts in Europe where more than 150,000 people enjoyed his classic concerts, Juan Luis Guerra arrives at the Theater United Palace of New York with greater international recognition and a tour named for his latest recordings "TODO TIENE SU HORA", Everything has its time.

Newark Burning

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It was 50 years ago today that racial protests, which turned into riots began to break out in New Jersey’s largest city. It all started with fake news that a black cab driver had been killed by the police.

When it was over, dozens were dead, hundreds were injured, and city blocks were razed by fire.
50 years after Newark riots, city leaders chart path ahead http://s.nj.com/cYL1DqB

Java's Daily Benefits

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There’s a good reason to start the day with a cup of coffee, those who do appear to live longer than others.

Drinking coffee is associated with a lower risk of death due to heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and respiratory and kidney disease for African-Americans, Japanese-Americans, Latinos, and whites.

People who drink a cup of coffee a day are 12 percent less likely to die compared to those who don’t drink coffee. This association is even stronger for those who drink two to three cups a day 18 percent reduced the chance of death.

Trump Crimes

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Has Donald Trump, Jr. committed a federal crime? The most recent revelations about a meeting with a Russian lawyer and documented incriminating information about Hillary Clinton has many legal eagles saying the president’s son broke the law. Analysis: Donald Trump Jr.’s Russia emails, smoke meets fire https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2017/07/11/donald-trump-jr-s-russia-...

What is it that the law says. Donald Trump Jr. and Russia: What the Law Says https://nyti.ms/2vaFUqI

Adonis Syndrome

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One of the most important moral concepts to the Greeks was the fear of committing hubris, which included rape and was a high crime in the city-state of Athens. Although pride and vanity were not considered sins, the Greeks emphasized moderation. Pride became hubris when it went to extremes, like any other vice. The same was thought of eating and other excessive actions that were considered improper. Ancient Greeks placed the importance of athletics and intellect equally with competitions included both. The lack of ethics can become all-consuming or hurtful to others.

Net Neutrality Dangers

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The next round in the Battle for Net Neutrality begins today. http://technology.doseofnews.com/

Nearly 200 companies including Amazon, Netflix, and the ACLU will attempt to show users what the Internet could look like without net neutrality rules to protest the reversal of Obama-era regulations.

Regulations prohibit Internet service providers from slowing down certain websites or giving special and some preferential treatment to others, potentially for their profit.

Websites and apps are posting memes, GIFs, and alerts that show slow loading of content, the blocked symbol, or requests for payment for faster service.

Don’t worry, your Internet won’t actually slow down. The goal is to encourage users to send comments to the Federal Communications Commission.

https://pantheon.io/

#CITYIMAGES thinks cyber security must be included in school curriculums and company #training programs.

Creating Content

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The Ws and H, are six questions to answer in information gathering for journalism research, and investigations. The facts formula.

What is the purpose of disseminating this content? Does the presentation of the material clarify or improve the audience's understanding? Is there a question of public policy, community benefit or social importance? Is the use of this material the best way to tell the story? How to justify your decision? Are you ready to explain the reasoning to your audience? How might this material be used later? Do you plan to use the material in promos, and social positions? When to notify to your audience, warning them that they are about to see or hear questionable content? How much detail should the warning provide? Under what circumstances are bodies of victims of accidents or crimes displayed? How much detail is needed to convey the look of the story? Do you cross the line to attract the desire of the spectators? How can you tell the story accurately respecting the rights and privacy of victims or their families? Do the images add to the perception that an area is violent or unsafe? Can you discuss the pros and cons with a diverse group? Would you be willing to include everyone in that discussion, as you are more likely to be representative of your audience? Should you also call others who may be able to give you a view of a stranger and perhaps a media ethics expert who can help with talking points? When covering live events that change quickly, have you taken enough precautions to prevent inappropriate images and sound from being emitted? Is anyone else available to help decide what and how are they used? Have crews been taught to stay out of the picture during transmissions?

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