As the Obama administration and GOP congressional leaders resort to promising special favors in attempt to entice members of Congress to buck majority opinion and support Fast Track, a report released today by Public Citizen reveals that such promises to extract controversial trade votes consistently have been broken, exposing representatives to angry constituents and electoral losses. Public opposition, the Obama administration has moved beyond trying to sell Fast Track on its merits and is now offering rides on Air Force One, promises of infrastructure legislation and pledges to help representatives survive the political backlash of a “yes” vote on Fast Track. GOP congressional leaders are promising post hoc policy fixes to trade laws and more.
Styl mojego ycia nie jest tylko moj prywatn spraw. Moje dobre jak i ze decyzje maj wpyw na wsplnot. Swoj postaw moemy innych budowa jak i burzy. If an auto mechanic describes a problem with a car, they talk about the exact issue, if you ask a soccer mom she will say the car is sounding funny. I will trust the mechanic to give me advice of how to fix the car over the soccer mom. Why? Well, if it works, it successful.
The move comes after the Naval Academy addressed Nike and its collaborator on the clothing line, Los Angeles based Undefeated, in a tweet. The Naval Academy called the similarities between its crest and the logo on the clothing “undeniable.””[W]e believe their logo is clearly an infringement under trademark law,” the tweet, posted Thursday, reads. The Naval Academy said it was working with Navy leadership to issue a “cease and desist.”The crest “represents honor, integrity and leadership,and is emblematic of our students and more than [80,000] alumni who serve and have served our country, many of whom made the ultimate sacrifice in its defense,” the academy said in a separate tweet.Undefeated, which did not respond to requests for comment, said in an Instagram post Friday that the clothing line “will no longer be available for purchase.”A promotional video teasing the collection showed soccer jerseys, t shirts, pants and other items emblazoned with the crest.
National Women’s Soccer team, who were runners up to the winning Japanese team in a dramatic final game. But the squad’s new uniforms left some critics wondering if the players were in the right field career wise, that is. The all white kit, which was designed by Nike in early 2011, stepped away from the traditional approach of the women’s team wearing scaled down men’s jerseys and instead added feminizing details, such as a slimmer fit, capped sleeves and a black line down the center.