Newscast Media CHATTANOOGA—When the Supreme Court issued the ruling in
Obergefell v. Hodges in regard to homosexual marriage, it hadn’t anticipated that such a
ruling would be used to deny couples divorces.
A Tennessee couple has been denied a divorce by Chancellor Jeffrey M. Atherton, who
wrote, “When the U.S. Supreme Court defined what must be recognized as a marriage, it
would appear that Tennessee’s judiciary must now await the decision of the U. S.
Supreme Court as to what is not a marriage, or better stated, when a marriage is no
longer a marriage.” CONTINUE TO FULL STORY>>
Newscast Media BUJUMBURA—So far there has been no stopping Pierra Nkurunziza. He has now begun his third term as president of Burundi, despite protests from international donors. Criticism from domestic opposition figures is also growing louder.
In an interview with Deutsche Welle, Leonard Nyangoma, the chairman of Burundi’s opposition alliance said he believes Burundi’s Pierre Nkurunziza is acting out of fear.
“I think Nkurunziza is scared. If he was consistent, he would have sworn the oath on 26 August. The constitution says the mandate of a Burundian president lasts five years and that a president may be re-elected only once. Nkurunziza had already had two mandates. Seen purely mathematically, his second term in office ends on 26 August. This act is a return to his old ways. He is used to violating the constitution. This is preposterous.”
When asked about his prediction of any future developments Nyangoma said, “Nkurunziza cannot act against the will of the people. The population organized around CNARED is ready to topple the dictatorship, should Nkurunziza continue to act illegally. We will do everything to remove him. What should one do with a dictatorship other than fight against it?”
The opposition alliance gave Nkurunziza untill August 26 to resign. If by then Nkurunziza agrees to negotiate his resignation, the opposition says it is ready for talks.
“For us, he remains president until 26 August. If he resigns before the end of his mandate, that would mean he has finally got the message. But if he continues to cling on to power, we would have the legitimization to fight him with all means. I call on all forces in Burundi, including the institutions of national security, to stand as one man to expel Nkurunziza,” Chairman Nyangoma said in the interview.
Source: Deutsche Welle
Newscast Media NEW YORK—After the first GOP debate moderated by Fox News, Donald Trump continues to make headlines, and seemed to steal the show, particularly due to the personal questions that were asked about his life and business dealings.
Trump thought the questions were unfair and went as far as blaming Megyn Kelly for asking questions that had nothing to do with how Trump plans to make America great again.
“I think Megyn behaved very nasty to me,” Trump said, after the debate.
Trump also refused to pledge that he would not run as an independent if he wasn’t the Republican nominee.
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by Michael Gryboski
Newscast Media WASHINGTON—An organization dedicated to stopping sexual exploitation has denounced Amnesty International’s recent decision to support the decriminalization of prostitution.
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation has called Amnesty’s recently approved resolution “irresponsible” and contrary to the global organization’s fundamental human rights goals.
Dawn Hawkins, executive director of NCOSE, said a in statement that Amnesty “has failed to remain true to its mission of ‘preventing and ending grave abuses.’” CONTINUE TO FULL STORY>>
Newscast Media HOUSTON, Texas—Newscast Media HOUSTON—The 38th Annual Houston World Series of Dog Shows, the city’s premier canine extravaganza, held July 15-19, 2015, at NRG Center in Houston, Texas is at hand.
Once again, these are just a small fraction of the many breeds being showcased. The show continues until Sunday where breeds like the Akita, Boxer, Dachshund, Greyhound, Doberman, Labrador, Irish Setter, Great Dane, Dalmatian, Bouvier, Cocker Spaniel, Bull Dog, Mastiff, Basenji and many more breeds will compete.
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Newscast Media TEHRAN—America has today negotiated a nuclear deal with Iran, but
some politicians in Washington are afraid that numerous concessions may have been
made to the Islamic Republic in order to finalize it.
After finalizing the deal, President Barack Obama said, “Today, after two years of
negotiations, the United States, together with our international partners, has achieved
something that decades of animosity has not…This deal demonstrates that American
diplomacy can bring about real and meaningful change — change that makes our
country, and the world, safer and more secure. CONTINUE TO FULL ARTICLE>>
Newscast Media HOUSTON, Texas—The past two decades have experienced a continual
rise in alternative medicine to cure ailments that the medical community has either
been unable to cure, or recommended expensive surgery for particular ailments.
Health practitioners who primarily use nutritional supplements, change in lifestyle and
diet to cure incurable diseases are naturopathic doctors with an “N.D.” at the end of
their names, meaning naturopathic doctor.
The field of naturopathy obviously makes big pharmaceutical companies nervous
because they cannot patent herbs and other remedies that are abundant in nature.
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Newscast Media WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court of the United States gave President
Barack Obama a victory in ruling that federal subsidies that help some Americans pay
for their Obamacare health plans are legal under the Affordable Care Act.
“…After multiple challenges to this law before the Supreme Court — the Affordable Care
Act is here to stay,” President Barack Obama remarked. CONTINUE TO FULL ARTICLE>>
Newscast Media WASHINGTON—The Securities and Exchange Commission has
announced enforcement actions against 36 municipal underwriting firms for violations in
municipal bond offerings. The cases are the first brought against underwriters under the
Municipalities Continuing Disclosure Cooperation (MCDC) Initiative, a voluntary
self-reporting program targeting material misstatements and omissions in municipal
bond offering documents.
The Enforcement Division initiative announced in March 2014, offered favorable
settlement terms to municipal bond underwriters and issuers who self-reported
securities law violations. The first issuer charged under the initiative settled with the
SEC in July 2014. CONTINUE TO FULL ARTICLE>>
Newscast Media WASHINGTON—In its first case involving crowdfunding, the Federal
Trade Commission has taken legal action against the deceptive tactics of a project
creator who raised money from consumers to produce a board game through a
Kickstarter campaign, but instead used most of the funds on himself.
Crowdfunding involves individuals and businesses funding a project or venture by
raising funds from numerous people, often via dedicated online platforms.
According to the FTC’s complaint, Erik Chevalier, also doing business as The Forking
Path Co., sought money from consumers to produce a board game called The Doom That
Came to Atlantic City that had been created by two prominent board game artists.
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Newscast Media WASHINGTON—The United States has sent a stern warning to Burundi
President Nkurunziza advising him to give up his ambitions of running for a third term,
and also warned him not to retaliate against coup masterminds like Major General
Godefroid Niyombare, and the opposition movement.
When Nkurunziza made it back to Burundi, the whole world was waiting for him to
announce he was stepping down, and would not seek a third term for the presidency—
just like Congo’s Joseph Kabila announced, to avert further violence in his country.
Instead, Nkurunziza’s mistake is that he is taking faulty advice from his neighboring
fellow presidents, who are encouraging him to deal with protesters with a heavy hand,
and to ignore or violate the Burundian Constitution, by running for president beyond the
limits allowed by the Constitution of his country. CONTINUE TO FULL ARTICLE>>
Newscast Media BUJUMBURA, Burundi—For a while, Burundi opposition was able to
seize power from Pierre Nkurunziza as crowds celebrated the fall of a dictatorship in
which dozens of lives were lost during the protests.
Many conflicting reports were released about the status of the coup that started with a
mutiny. The government side said the coup was a “joke” while coup leader, Major
General Godefroid Niyombare announced he was in charge. Many people asked how
long it took to engineer a coup, since in other instances coups only took a few hours to
be consummated. CONTINUE TO FULL STORY>>
Newscast Media BUJUMBURA, Burundi—The death toll was rising. The protesters
remained steadfast. The ambition of participating in a meeting on regional stability
was a lure too strong to resist. Little did he know that a mutiny was in the making, and
upon exiting the stage of his country, Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza was
declared persona non grata by his own military generals who turned against him.
The West and European Union had criticized Nkurunziza for deciding to run for a third
term since the announcement has led to the death of dozens of life.
What is curious is, whether the West had a hidden hand in luring Nkurunziza out of his
country, to attend a meeting, knowing that there were generals who would use that
opportunity to pull an “Idi Amin” on him? CONTINUE TO FULL STORY>>
The map above shows the 12 different regions of Uganda which are: West Nile,
Acholiland, Lango, Karamoja, Teso, Masaba, Busoga, Buganda, Kigezi, Ankole, Toro and
Bunyoro. Granting federal status to each of the twelve regions will not only promote
growth and development, but also curb theft and corruption.
A Karamajong leader will find it hard to rob Karamoja’s treasury because the
Karamajong people themselves will hold him accountable, and it would also be
self-defeating for him to sabotage his home region. The same applies to all other
regions. CONTINUE TO FULL STORY>>
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In his radio interview with Voice of Uganda Radio, Kiyingi said he had evidence that
shows Museveni violated the Constitution, which means he believes Museveni has
rendered himself unfit for command.
“He failed to govern Uganda, based on principles of national interest and common good
enshrined in the national objective and directive principles of state policy, and here he
broke Article 8 section (a) of the Uganda Constitution. Therefore, we have a mandate,
we have a legal basis, even under the Constitution Museveni made himself, to effect a
change in Uganda,” Kiyingi said. CONTINUE TO FULL ARTICLE>>
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Newscast Media HOUSTON, Texas—His is a life that reads like a plot from a James
Bond movie. His arch rival, with 30 years under his belt as the sole contender in the
landlocked East African country, realizes this is no ordinary foe challenging him for the
At the funeral of his late wife Robinah, the Australian-based Ugandan cardiologist, Dr.
Aggrey Kiyingi narrates that he was approached by a state agent, who was armed with a
pistol, and ordered him to enter a car that was parked within the vicinity.
“No, I will not,” an angry Kiyingi cried out, after noticing the car into which the agent
wanted to thrust him, was an unmarked vehicle. CONTINUE TO FULL STORY>>
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Newscast Media CAPE TOWN—The memory of South Africans living in neighboring
African countries as refugees isn’t distant because apartheid is still fresh on the
countries that hosted their fellow Africans. Yet South Africans have shown their
gratitude by attacking the same hands that cared for them when they were destitute.
African immigrants have faced a wave of violence against their businesses, families and
personages from South Africans who accuse them of taking their jobs. While the
attacks against people from foreign countries is usually referred to as xenophobia, a
different phrase called “Afrophobia” has been coined since these are Africans
attacking fellow Africans. CONTINUE TO FULL STORY>>
Newscast Media WASHINGTON—A new research study by the Sanford-Burnham Medical
Research Institute has shown that pancreatic cancer cells can be coaxed to revert back
toward normal cells by introducing a protein called E47. The E47 binds to specific DNA
sequences and controls genes involved in growth and differentiation. The research
provides hope for a new treatment approach for the more than 40,000 people who die
from the disease each year in the United States.
“For the first time, we have shown that overexpression of a single gene can reduce the
tumor-promoting potential of pancreatic adenocarcinoma cells and reprogram them
toward their original cell type. Thus, pancreatic cancer cells retain a genetic memory
which we hope to exploit,” said Pamela Itkin-Ansari, Ph.D., adjunct professor in the
Development, Aging, and Regeneration Program at Sanford-Burnham and lead author of
the study published in the journal Pancreas. CONTINUE TO FULL ARTICLE>>
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Newscast Media WASHINGTON—The World Bank often violates its own rules by failing to protect the people whose ancestral lands and livelihoods are in the paths of the project it bankrolls, an investigative report by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and other media partners revealed.
According to ICIJ’s team of around 50 journalists, a total of 3,350,449 people were physically or economically displaced by a World Bank project between 2004 and 2013, after a 11-month investigation. FULL STORY>>
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Newscast Media WASHINGTON—Senator Rand Paul has announced today he is running for president to return to restore liberty and prosperity for ourselves and for future generations. He is the second candidate after Sen. Ted Cruz to announce his White House bid.
Both Cruz and Paul are from Texas, and if Gov. Rick Perry and Jeb Bush announce their intentions to run, the GOP field will have four Texas-raised candidates who have their eyes on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
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