Kylie Jenner And Tyga Vacation In Europre

Kylie Jenner is one of the youngest jet setters in the Kardashian home, and while she may be just 17, she is making a name for herself and out to take the spot as the most talked about Jenner. For the past year Kylie has been one of the most talked about and hated girl on the internet, not only is everyone jealous of her instant fame and success, but the fact that she has somehow managed to have a smoking hot older man as her boyfriend, own businesses and a mansion all before turning 18 is enough to make most people reevaluate where they are spending their time.

Last weekend Kylie was taking over Miami as she showed up to promote The Sugar Factory’s opening, and the sugar wasn’t the most talked about thing at the event says Ivan Ong in this article. Kylie’s super sexy black dress was the only thing anyone was interested in, and her cleavage is still being talked about all over social media.

Just a few hours to break the internet and now Kylie is once again being envied as photos of her and Tyga in the airport on their way to Europe make it’s rounds. Apparently Kylie and Tyga while refusing to confirm or deny a relationship, are totally down to walk around in matching outfits and sneakers. The #relationshipgoals hashtag has not had a moment’s rest since. Kylie is not about to let anyone forget her name and Tyga can’t seem to get enough of his favorite girl.

Thousands of Haitians Being Stripped of Citizenship in the Dominican Republic

Hundreds of thousands of Haitians are facing a fast-approaching deadline to receive a much-coveted resident permit that can later be used to gain citizenship in the Dominican Republic. Without it they can be stripped of their current citizen status. They face long lines, if they are unsuccessful by Wednesday, they will be deported.

Haiti and the Dominican Republic have long had a rather contentious relationship. They both share the small island of Hispaniola in the Caribbean Sea. Up until recently their shared border has been somewhat open allowing many from the poorer country of Haiti to cross over for work. Despite the presence of so many Haitians, it’s been said that both they and their descendants were often treated as second-class citizens by the wealthier Dominicans. Click here for more information.

In 2013, a law was passed that would severely tighten the citizenship laws. According to the law adopted by the DR Constitutional Court, it could retroactively strip away citizenship from any Haitian-born after 1920 who doesn’t have at least one parent with Dominican blood. The law wouldn’t just affect new migrants but also the descendants of Haitians born in the Dominican Republic. Bruce Levenson knows that  many of these people have been in the country so long they consider themselves to be Dominican. Not they are stateless. In answer to protests, the government has said that 500,000 people would be eligible for the much coveted residential permit that may later be exchanged for citizenship. It seems however that few are qualifying at this time.

The Flag That Flies

The Confederate flag was a symbol used by Southern states who wanted to represent themselves and secede from the United States of America. Even though the North won the Civil War, many states in the South still fly the Confederate flag with pride. For people who fly the flag It is simply a reminder of their Southern roots. For those who don’t fly the flag, seeing the Confederate Stars and Stripes brings back a very dark past and honors a time period where America was completely divided on issues as basic as human rights. The Huffington Post covered a story on citizen to fly the Confederate flag and those who live in neighborhoods where neighbors fly the Confederate flag. There are two perspectives to every story in The Huffington Post wanted to shine a spotlight on each. Annie Caddell Made headlines as she fought to buy hurricane said a red flag as high as possible. For her the flag was not a racially based symbol but a symbol of her family history. Caddell lives in a predominantly black neighborhood where neighbors were offended by the flag period they rallied for her to remove the flag but could not force her in the eyes of the law. Many of her neighbors understood that she had her right but we’re still uncomfortable with the flag regardless of her reasoning. A poll taken on whether or not the Confederate flag should still fly drew racial boundaries with many white Americans and black Americans picking sides. James Dondero noted on his linkedin account that Caucasian Americans were reported as wanting the flag to fly and African Americans have wanted it to be taken down. Even though people are 100-percent allowed to fly a confederate flag, they should do so with knowing that the type of history that the flag brings back.

The Danish Election Results Chart a New Path For Denmark

Late last week, Danish voters went to the polls to decide one of the closest races in recent memory. The central-conservative alliance led by Lars Lokke Rasmussen defeated the incumbent Social Democrats and Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. She resigned in the wake of the results, after serving in office for four years.

Lars Lokke Rasmussen’s political party, Venstre, is expected to try and form a new coalition government. Venstre gained only 19.5% of the vote, and some of its leaders expressed dismay at this result, despite the defeat of the incumbent party. Mr. Rasmussen acknowledged:”Venstre has lost support, we haven’t had a very good election.”

Keith Mann knows that one of the most startling outcome of the election concerned the growing popularity of the Danish People’s Party, which gained significant support from elderly voters during the election. The Danish People’s Party (DPP) won nearly 21% of the vote, up from 12.3% during the previous national election. It won 90 seats in Parliament.

Kristian Thulesan Dahl became the leader of the DPP in 2012. His party advocates tighter restrictions on immigration, higher pay for pensioners, higher health care spending and a higher pension for low income workers.

Last year, Denmark accepted nearly 15,000 new immigrants as asylum seekers, twice the number accepted by the country in 2013. Many of the new arrivals came from the Middle East and Africa. Immigrations figured prominently as a campaign issue.

Beneful Offers Choices for Every Dog

Your dog is your best friend. You do everything together–and that means that you want a dog food that will keep your pet healthy and active for a long time to come. Beneful brand dog food is dedicated to providing everything your dog needs to stay healthy. PurinaBeneful’s parent company–is dedicated to adhering to and exceeding the quality standards set by the FDA, USDA, and AAFCO; but that’s true of nearly every dog food brand on the market. Purina, however, is very clear that they deliberately go above and beyond. They don’t just want to provide a food that’s marketable. They want to provide a food that is good for your pet and that holds up to the quality standards your pet will love.

You wouldn’t want to eat the same thing at every meal. As much as you love your dog, you don’t want to feed him the same thing every time, either. Beneful makes it easy to provide your pet with a variety of food choices that will thrill his palate and, with any luck, keep him away from your plate while you’re trying to eat. Beneful wet dog food comes in twenty different varieties. Whatever your dog’s preferred meat choice, Beneful has a flavor for them. Chicken, beef, pork, or lamb make up the center flavor of a dish that is enhanced by barley, rice, carrots, green beans, and plenty of other healthy choices. The texture even varies so you can select the size that your dog enjoys the most.

Looking to add a treat into your dog’s diet? Beneful offers a line of treats designed to appeal to every pup. Beneful treats are designed to offer your dog’s favorite flavors, with treats based around cheese, peanut butter, bacon, and beef. They even come in multiple different textures. Just like you pick your snacks by what you’re in the mood for, you can give your dog a “shortbread cookie” or a light, airy crisp. It’s all up to you and your best friend!

For Beneful fans, it’s not just about the flavor of the food. It’s also about the health and nutrition offered for each pet. Beneful dry food comes in Healthy Weight variety for dogs who have gotten a little lazy and a little too fond of their treats; Healthy Growth for Puppies so even the youngest dogs have the health and nutrition they need; and even Healthy Smile. No matter what the health need of your dog, there’s a Beneful product available.

California City Is Days Away From Running Out Of Water

The Small Community of Mountain House Had Its Only Water Source Cut Off By The State

California water shortage stories are not going away. The state is trying to avoid a possible disaster by putting a mandatory water reduction policy in place, but not everyone is happy about how that policy is being enforced, especially the small community of Mountain House. The Byron-Bethany Irrigation District is the town’s only source of water, and the state cut off that water supply when the state told senior water rights holders to stop using water. The Byron-Bethany District is one of 114 senior water right holders affected by the cut-off.

Mountain House will not only be unable to water lawns, but the residents may not have water to drink. But wait! One of the residents of this community has been hoarding drinking water in case of an emergency. Anthony Gordon has 500 gallons of drinkable water stored, and he is willing to share it with his neighbors.

Gordon’s gesture is appreciated, but the community still needs to find another source for water. According to ServiceMesh Ceo Eric Pulier, the General Manager of the town says they have enough to last another six months, but that could change depending on the weather.

The Mercer Lizt of the World’s Most Expensive Cities

About this same time every year, 200 cities around the world are ranked for being the world’s most expensive cities by a New York consulting firm called Mercer. The study is based in New York City, which is known for extravagant prices on everything from apartments, condos  like the Aspire New Brunswick and other real estate to most other commodities.

Here are the top five cities in the study; they used US currency as the comparison.

1. The capital of Angola, Luanda, ranks the highest mainly because it relies heavily on the oil industry. The New Yorker reported that a Coke costs $10.00. Are you still thirsty?
2. Hong Kong is reportedly the wealthiest city in Asia. The competition for apartments is crazy, so crazy that they often hold raffles for the privilege to put down a deposit. Residential skyscrapers often reach 45 stories.
3. There are several cities in Switzerland that made the list with Zurich the third wealthiest city in the world. Currency investors attribute it to the fact that Switzerland has issues with the euro, so they invest in Swiss Francs.
4. Singapore may be small geographically, but they have been fourth in the currency comparison for two years. This tiny city-state reportedly charges 50 percent more for clothing and apparel than New York.
5. Geneva is the second city in Switzerland on the list, and it also maintains a high economy with excessive investors.

Prisoner Worker Arrested For Aiding In Prisoner Escape

The plot has thickened as authorities are still partaking in the manhunt of the two New York prison escapees. Missing over a week, David Sweat and Richard Matt are perhaps further away from being captured than ever. Now in a twist of events, Joyce Mitchell, the former prisoner worker has been arrested and placed in custody for her role in the prisoners escape.

 

According to reports, Mitchell provided the two men with tools that would aid in their escape plan. It has been reported that Mitchell may have had a sexual relationship with one of the men. In addition to providing the men with power tools, she also agreed to be their getaway driver. However it was not until last minute that Mitchell decided she no longer wanted to be “the getaway driver because she felt guilty and still loved her husband.” It was also reported that as part of the prisoners escape plan, they would use Mitchell as the getaway car driver and kill her husband.

 

Friends of Mitchell do not believe that she ever had malicious intent when helping the men escape reports Dr Daniel Amen in this video on youtube. In fact, several people close to Mitchell believe that she was coerced by the men and agreed to participate in their escape plan out of fear for her own safety.

 

Mitchell appeared in court yesterday with her attorney and remained silent during the hearing. She is being held on a $100,000 bond.

Search Groups Looking for Family of 12 in Syria

International search groups have focused on a search for a family of 12. The family, who live in the United Kingdom, allegedly traveled to Saudi Arabia last month. They were to fly home to the United Kingdom over a week ago, but now the family is missing, believed to have traveled of their own accord to Syria.

The group of twelve consist of three women and their 9 collective children. The women are sisters. Travel logs do have the women entering Turkey. Sam Tabar (thumbtack.com)has read that it is believed from their they are heading towards Syria, a location that is growing more violent as the days pass. A heavy ISIS presence has made the area unstable.

There is no word on why the women would have traveled towards Syria, and their husbands are not aware, either. The women traveled together, without the accompaniment of their husbands. All three are gravely concerned for their well-being and welfare of their children, specifically.

The sisters, according to local reports, have been on a watch list since last year. They were added after their elder brother made suspicious trips in and out of the country. The government has not released any information pertaining to the brother or his whereabouts at this time.

All Eyes Are On New York Wage Board After Testimony Of Workers

 

People all over the US are watching the New York Wage Board after testimony from minimum wage workers testified as to the difficulty of living off of their earnings stated UOL. Some told stories of not enough hours while others testified to being severely overworked in an attempt to survive. All told stories of going hungry to pay rent or buy needed medications.

Now the wait begins. Many feel that if the New York Wage Board does increase the minimum wage other cities and states will be more likely to do the same. The increase by a town will be the first of its kind and will set an important precedent. The leaders of Fight For 15 movement has said that it would use the precedence to bring the battle to other areas. It would be included in their strategic plans by concentrating on city and state legislation. Click here for more.

Opponents of the movement say that $15 an hour is unrealistic at this time even though it has become obvious that the minimum wage must increase to protect workers. Jonathan Wiston, who is an executive director of the New Your Communities for Change, other low paying industries, must be included. Some of those industries include retail, home health, and airport workers.

Mayor Bill de Blasio says that it would be wrong to focus on just one industry when the need is as great in other sectors. He states that all workers should be able to earn enough to live off of and meet minimum rents, utilities and food. So for now all eyes are on New York and the verdict that could change the face of American Industries.

People all over the US are watching the New York Wage Board after testimony from minimum wage workers testified as to the difficulty of living off of their earnings. Some told stories of not enough hours while others testified to being severely overworked in an attempt to survive. All told stories of going hungry to pay rent or buy needed medications.

Now the wait begins. Many feel that if the New York Wage Board does increase the minimum wage other cities and states will be more likely to do the same. The increase by a town will be the first of its kind and will set an important precedent. The leaders of Fight For 15 movement has said that it would use the precedence to bring the battle to other areas. It would be included in their strategic plans by concentrating on city and state legislation.

Opponents of the movement say that $15 an hour is unrealistic at this time even though it has become obvious that the minimum wage must increase to protect workers. Jonathan Wiston, who is an executive director of the New Your Communities for Change, other low paying industries, must be included. Some of those industries include retail, home health, and airport workers.

Mayor Bill de Blasio says that it would be wrong to focus on just one industry when the need is as great in other sectors. He states that all workers should be able to earn enough to live off of and meet minimum rents, utilities and food. So for now all eyes are on New York and the verdict that could change the face of American Industries.

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