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Gavyn Weeks
at Apr 18, 2014 6:53:08 AM
stoked for this weekend
https://www.facebook.com/events/653452658052445/
 Brittney Vonk , Lynn Keen likes this
Brittney Vonk commented at Apr 18, 2014 8:30:53 AM
        <3
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Ron Ball
at Apr 18, 2014 5:52:53 AM
I posted a request yesterday and at least one Numuan, Denise Boyd was so gracious to comply, thank you Denise. Now I have another request. Below is a post I have just posted to the wall of Canada's leader of the Liberal party Justin Trudeau (I will post the direct link in the comments) It would be a small act of positive activism if all Numuans showed support for a fellow citizen (Me) and went to the Liberal Leaders wall a simply clicked Like to my post, or commented some words to encourage him to join. Here is the challenge I issued to Justin Trudeau.
Thank you Justin for helping to lead the Liberal Party of Canada | Parti libéral du Canada back to it's roots. It is time to bring social justice back to Canada. I spend hours each day supporting you and the Liberal party of Canada. While doing the opposite to the Conservative Party of Canada - Parti conservateur du Canada and their loser (opps it's not 2015 yet) I'm asking you to help me bring about social justice as well. Tom Thomas Mulcair and Elizabeth May are on board, they are among our strongest supporters .... don't let them out do you. You can add your name to the growing list of people that support ending Cannabis Prohibition by clicking my recruiter link now... Thank you. I trust you will do the right thing. http://socialmedia.sensiblebc.ca/?recruiter_id=13309 via @SensibleBC Of the Top 20 Most Earned Political Capital (All time) Tom Mulcair and E. May are ranked 12th and 16th respectively Show them you can do better! Are you up for the challenge?

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Ron Ball commented at Apr 18, 2014 5:53:18 AM
        https://www.facebook.com/JustinPJTrudeau
Ron Ball commented at Apr 18, 2014 5:54:31 AM
        Once more my recruiter link for those who would like to join - http://socialmedia.sensiblebc.ca/?recruiter_id=13309
Sean M. King commented at Apr 18, 2014 5:58:13 AM
        i went to the page but couldnt find your post :(
Ron Ball commented at Apr 18, 2014 6:09:35 AM
        Sean M. King they moved it to the post by others section near the top on the right hand side.
Ron Ball commented at Apr 18, 2014 6:16:46 AM
        Right on Sean M. King found it and liked it. :) And he joined ... the boy has balls.
John Lysfjord commented at Apr 18, 2014 6:24:34 AM
        I also cannot find the post. I don't see an 'others' section?
Ron Ball commented at Apr 18, 2014 6:41:06 AM
        This link should take you directly to it John Lysfjord https://www.facebook.com/JustinPJTrudeau/posts/10201711039045088?comment_id=5511237&offset=0&total_comments=1¬if_t=share_comment
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Chelsea Aipoalani
at Apr 18, 2014 4:40:56 AM
Our team is:
Chelsea Aipoalani
Ashlee Givens
Justin Villahermosa Redoña
Maria Violeta Blando ✯

:D
 Cheryl Aipoalani , Joy Pobre Kevin Aipoalani , Heidi Oliver , Anisha Vaid , Jah Peace , Hailey Oliver , Ku'ulei Galago likes this
Maria Violeta Blando ✯ commented at Apr 18, 2014 4:44:38 AM
        we want the dutch bros stuff :P
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Blocksmith Magazine shared a photo.
at Apr 18, 2014 3:56:30 AM
Blocksmith Magazine Editor-N-Chief correspondent Justin Zeus G Francis will be covering the intellectual growth & development through Glovernment politics. "...can't wait to unleash all that has been strived for in private to let it Blossom and Bloom!!! Peace and Blessings." Leadership Is Ours Now!
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Blocksmith Magazine COVER STORY. DO YOU WANT THE KEYS TO THE CITY? ADVERTISE IN BLOCKSMITH MAGAZINE $49.99. LET'S GET YOU REGISTERED FOR FREE AT Indie Radio Network www.indieradionetwork.org
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Osiris Indriya shared DEEP И' BΔSS's event.
at Apr 18, 2014 2:14:08 AM
I am featured at the May 2014 episode of DEEP И' BΔSS with NITSUJ (360bpm) back from SF, playing a rare drum&bass centered mix... though I promise to meander on the fringes. Follow this page to be the first to hear the official mix session released before the event.
 Kali Selner , Joseph Paul Duffey , Kyle Grice , Kris Acosta , Osiris Indriya likes this
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Rob Noble shared DEEP И' BΔSS's event.
at Apr 18, 2014 12:46:58 AM
Hard to believe it's already the 6th month! This next one is going to be insanely fun, can't wait!
 Xan Lucero , Tony DiMarco , Gene Lee , Kyle-Wyle Udland , Jules O'keefe , Cassie Mirts , Genevieve Hettinga-Malone likes this
Jules O'keefe commented at Apr 18, 2014 1:39:06 AM
        Nitsuj! wow i havent seen him for a grip 8^)
Tony DiMarco commented at Apr 18, 2014 3:41:42 AM
        Shamoun!
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Georgia Sanford shared David John Sokolowski's event.
at Apr 17, 2014 11:10:11 PM
COME JOIN AS SERIOUSLY TALENTED HOTTIES AND I HOST WHILE EXCELLENT DJS DELIVER AWAKENINGS ABOUND!! THIS SATURDAY.... Manifestany Squirtz Chris Harris Will Sheridan Paul Leopold David John Sokolowski Riki Razo Charlene Matty Beats X Horrorchata
 Manifestany Squirtz , David John Sokolowski , Paul Leopold , Riki Razo , Will Sheridan likes this
Georgia Sanford commented at Apr 17, 2014 11:11:00 PM
        http://psychicspring.brownpapertickets.com/
Riki Razo commented at Apr 18, 2014 12:46:25 AM
        <3
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Rob Noble shared DEEP И' BΔSS's event.
at Apr 17, 2014 10:25:17 PM
Awwwwww yeeeeeeeah! It's our 1/2 year anniversary! So excited on the next DEEP И' BΔSS!!
 Ryan Johnson , Off Endo , BassdropMusic Washington , Max Knight , Travis Wittstruck , Amy Shafer , Terry Himelstein , Kathleen Weilbacher Hornbecker , Gene Lee , Seth Grym , Zacharia Stone likes this
BassdropMusic Washington commented at Apr 18, 2014 2:12:33 AM
        Going to be a good one for sure :)
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Mark Hoffmann
at Apr 17, 2014 10:06:50 PM
Justin Harper, Robert Christenson, Robert Neuhausen, Paul Henry, give this a quick read.Very important. Thanx
Operation American Spring, Restoring the Constitution of The United States of America
www.operationamericanspring.org
OPERATION AMERICAN SPRING - Washington, D.C. in the cross-hairs - The Out-of-Control Government Leadership Must Be Stopped
 Kalianne Hall , Beverly Wayland Martin , Sheryl Preston Tumey , Steve Collier likes this
Justin Harper commented at Apr 17, 2014 10:15:03 PM
        Good step In The right direction. Need a few million people to do this. Then a few million more.
Sheryl Preston Tumey commented at Apr 17, 2014 10:16:13 PM
        Mark can you promote this for OAS and overpasses http://www.gofundme.com/898x0k
Mark Hoffmann commented at Apr 17, 2014 10:33:02 PM
        Yes I will promote the go fund me page Sheryl Tumey
Sheryl Preston Tumey commented at Apr 17, 2014 10:33:55 PM
        Thank you, It is a joint effort with overpasses to get people and supplies to DC
Mark Hoffmann commented at Apr 17, 2014 11:20:45 PM
        Wrong time and place for that Rob.PM Me if you want
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Brina Healy shared an event.
at Apr 17, 2014 9:53:27 PM
CASTING NOTICE and our BREAKDOWNS will be posted at out Soiree this Saturday. Attendees will have first crack at casting and a RECURRING cast role and a MAJOR SPEAKING ROLE are both up-for-grabs--along with about 6 more Speaking parts and UBER featured roles :) :)
https://www.facebook.com/events/477549105679719/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
 Jayne Costello Goode , Paula Lauzon , Adrianne Balcom likes this
Paula Lauzon commented at Apr 18, 2014 12:12:25 AM
        mhmnnn, I am SO looking forward to this 2mrw evening ... my apologies, but, I know no one, face to face ...
Joni Spicer commented at Apr 18, 2014 4:35:18 AM
        I now realize where it is!
Brina Healy commented at Apr 18, 2014 5:56:35 AM
        just imagine the friends you'll make!
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Todd Streeter
at Apr 17, 2014 8:50:47 PM
Just to whet the palette, here is our promo image for the Serevi camps that’ll be happening at the Wisconsin Rugby Complex in Cottage Grove on May 24th and 25th. There will be an all day players camp on Saturday, May 24th, that’ll cost $25 for WRFU members and $100 for non-WRFU members. On Sunday, May 25th, there will be an all day coaching camp that’ll cost $50 for WRFU members and $150 for non-WRFU members. Lunch will be provided for free on both days courtesy of the WRFU. The camps on both days will be run by Ben Gollings and Justin Fitzpatrick of the Serevi Rugby Academy. Google either one of them if you want to see their abundant playing, coaching, and rugby credentials. Registration and payment for either camp will be done on an Eventbrite group we’ve setup and will link to shortly. This is a fantastic opportunity to learns 7s rugby from some legends in a superb setting and at a minimal cost.
 Maggie Perdzock , Jenny Possing , Alexandra Murphy , Justin Fitzpatrick , Patrick Mootz , Sarah Thomas , Alex Peasley , David Eric Boll , Brittany Aprahamian likes this
Victor Drover commented at Apr 17, 2014 9:02:35 PM
        Tickets here: http://wisconsinrfu.org/news/serevi-sevens-camp-2014-may-24-25.html
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Jesse Lassandro
at Apr 17, 2014 8:48:54 PM
Hey everyone, please take a moment to like, share and listen to our brand new Electronic Community Project, Super Fun Time Mix Show. Just released today! This is a page dedicated to posting new, exclusive, high quality mixes available for streaming and download. This is not a revenue page in any way, we simply are looking to create a place to come and find music, no bullshit added.

Our first mix is an over 80 minute Journey Through House by Tony Krave. Check it out, really amazing mixing and track selection!

The success of this depends on your participation, so please, again take the time to like the page, SHARE, and most of all listen to the mixes. This is for you - Kellie Robinson Hilary Dovey Justin Buchanan Casey Scales Vert Sin LeusiCk DiamondeyezJeremiah Sorrells Paul Bonilla Jake Crumb Mike Olivieri Shawn Pedersen Brandon LeeJeffrey Sucrose Jensen Joey Lopez Kerri Renick Taya Gilbert-Houston Homero Medrano Stefan Eskew Matt Edwards KYle Basile Brian Schmidt Liz Haun Rey Mascorro Darian Reneé Tony Krave Scott Blevins Misty Crowley Anthony Eaglehorse-LassandroErica Williamson Will Gillett Wheels MaGee Jordan Carlman Stephanie Glass Nicholas James McGarvey Kien Tran Jenny Lassandro Zac Jackson Jake Misner Rebecca Disbrow Alice Iordanescu Andrew Jones Frankie Silva James Lee Wendy Adams Mark Zuziak Adam D Stace Dustin Dougan Michael Ricer Auzomatik SkratchNerd McGraves Luisa Perez Seth J Brown Alex Pedersen Miles Brahker Tom Sanford Jamie Skrat Manning Emily Parker Shane Banks Gordie Tamayo Jake Henry Cari Robinson-Hannaman Jennifer Thompson Cornwall Michael Jason Archibald Summertime LivensEz Leah Ev Jacob Hansen Kai Wachi Tanner Barker Caleb Bowker Mike Secto Izabella Parks Heather Burno Caroline Braden Aaron Shearman Nick Jordan Kamren Patterson Christopher Taylor Shaun Whittington Denver White Lacey Christensen Chelsea Lenz Ann Hamilton Johnny Trietsch Sam Hood Ken Townsend Heather Shafner Shawna May Cassandra Kaye Keegan K-Sean Hodges Davey Jones David Goodall Tyler Bodine Angelina Schofield Dan Cornwall Samanatha Wallace Michael Kelly Tetro Ben Elliott Anthony Dunagan Stefanie Turner Jeff Lynn Matthew OvertonJesse Cordtz Krista Bryson Mike Balance Courtnie Horner Daniel Hemmert Elle Brazil Amy Tracy Skylar Adams Kalder Morgan Megan Dale Michael Crowther ZayKi DimitrisJonathan Flynn Denise Cavanaugh Gregory Frisch Tiffani Lacey George Lee Marisha Doss Kandi van LeeuwenMelissa Hunter Anna Eccard Danielle Olson Jasmine Payment John Prahl Martina Cervenakova Wilson Melissa Dorres Ashley Keogh April Terry Chris WagnerJerod Button Kim Combs-TolmanEmmanuel Christopher Michael Vera IV Josh Horner Ryan Sandoval Derek Flynn Joey Zabala Erin Goth Krystal SorrellJeff Crosby Lydia Reeve Sarah Goins Elizabeth GraveElizabeth Thompson Jake Van Doren Kynzie Rae Sam Binder Loni BrucePhotography Loni Bruce BassdropMusic Idaho BassdropMusic WA Ryan Russell Shook Twins Eric Gore Kurtis Behrens Cameron Christon Meg Filer Laura Marie Erik Ponce Bobbie Jo Lopp Chadwick Heft Heather Tofteland Rouwenhorst Joe Black Andrea Brooke Jacqueline DavisChristopher Leis Kandis Jordan Jamie HartSteve Dale Terra Cox Tharyn Whittington Amber Lee Elijah SalazarJonathan CulverMelissa GuyerJordan Hoss Becky Juhola Gena Beatty-Tran Melissa Dowdy HuntSteven W Moutsanides Nichole Knox Will Fredericks Junior Soliz Lindsay White Patrice Baulckim Ken Baeyen Sky Stack Torin Blessing Matt Styler Jeremy Lassandro Jake Zabala Tia Gibbs Britton Valle Steven Warren Merrill Philly Flippen Kim Griffith Francisca Martin Heather Smith Patty Teraberry Katherine Williams Jay Mossman Anthony Guardia Susan D Wickert Wit McKnight Mercy Mae Martinez Kati Griffith Baldwin Danielle Autrey Eli Andrew Kreed Ray Kleinkopf Carl Banks Matt Schofield Kaprice Tazer Gabe Chapek Ashlei Dunham-Nyong Aaron Pritchett Jeremiah Allen Doug Beeson Matthew Connor Stephen SmithJeremy J Sandusky Trinity DavisJason TroyerMichael MidboeAaron StouderErik WallaceZak Wright Hooker Inthemorning Cyndi Williams Dan BlockerDonald Beggs Jill Hawk Zeisloft Ryan Reader Shelly Vaughn Chaz Gentry Cody Fisher Pox MaphixatChampie Kris Jake Larsen Matt Spieler Christy Bennett Don Armstrong Turtle David Lakings Nathan Snyder Shannon LordJoseph Gagnon Evan Mass Aaron Rainey Samantha Kay Parkay Justina Byland Reinbold Tyler Nichol Meghan Brunstad Joe Long Lisa Michelle Huff Tim ReinboldRyan RowleyJesse Hatfield Ravenous Schnitzel Sean Peabody Marshall Oni Austin J. Lloyd Andrew Yoder
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 BassdropMusic WA , Jenny Lassandro , Heather Burno , Keegan K-Sean Hodges , Jamie Skrat Manning , Steven Warren Merrill , Summertime LivensEz , Elle Brazil , Casey Scales , Jake Larsen , Tharyn Whittington , Matthew Connor , Jake Zabala , Seth J Brown , Will Gillett , Joey Lopez , Auzomatik SkratchNerd McGraves , Tom Sanford , ZayKi Dimitris , Rebecca Disbrow , Sarah Goins , Mark Zuziak , Michael Jason Archibald , Heather Shafner , Justin Buchanan likes this
Kim Griffith commented at Apr 17, 2014 8:54:54 PM
        Liked and shared!
Bobbie Jo Lopp commented at Apr 17, 2014 9:03:27 PM
        Ditto
Caroline Braden commented at Apr 17, 2014 9:06:39 PM
        Done
Jesse Lassandro commented at Apr 17, 2014 9:28:09 PM
        Thanks girls! Don't forget to listen
Justin Buchanan commented at Apr 17, 2014 9:39:14 PM
        BAP BAP! CEASARRR!
Kati Griffith Baldwin commented at Apr 18, 2014 12:10:23 AM
        Kids are grooving in the car. :)
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Panda Rouge
at Apr 17, 2014 8:01:47 PM
Voilà ma playlist. Gl & HF

Adele-Set Fire To The Rain.mp3
Adele-Someone Like You.mp3
Ahzee-Born again.mp3
Alesso ft. Matthew Koma-Years.mp3
Alex Clare-Too Close.mp3
Alex Hepburn-Under.mp3
Alexandra Stan-Get Back.mp3
Alexandra Stan-Lemonade.mp3
Alexandra Stan-Lollipop.mp3
Alexandra Stan-Show Me The Way.mp3
Amelia Lily-Party Over.mp3
Anaïs Delva-Je Voudrais Un Bonhomme
Anaïs Delva-Libérée Délivrée.mp3
Anna Kendrick-When I'm Gone.mp3
Antoine Clamaran ft. Soraya-Feeling you
Armin van Buuren ft. Trevor Guthrie-This Is What It Feels Like
Assad Adam ft. Vincent Brasse-Pop My Life
Avicii -Fade Into Darkness.mp3
Avicii ft. Nicky Romero-I Could Be The One
Avicii-Hey Brother.mp3
Avicii-Levels.mp3
Avicii-You Make Me.mp3
Avril Lavigne-I'm With You.mp3
Avril Lavigne-Innocence.mp3
Avril Lavigne-Rock N Roll.mp3
Avril Lavigne-Runaway.mp3
Avril Lavigne-Smile.mp3
Avril Lavigne-What The Hell.mp3
Avril Lavigne-When youre gone.mp3
Avril Lavigne-Wish You Were Here.mp
Bakermat-Vandaag.mp3
Basshunter-Every Morning.mp3
Basshunter-I Miss You.mp3
Basshunter-I Promised Myself.mp3
Bastille-Pompeii.mp3
Basto ft. Yves.V-Cloudbreaker.mp3
Basto-Again And Again.mp3
Basto-I Rave You.mp3
BB Brunes-Aficionado.mp3
BB Brunes-Coups Et Blessures.mp3
Benoit-Tourne Toi, Benoit.mp3
Bingo Players ft. Far East Movement-Get Up
Birdy-People Help The People.mp3
Birdy-Skinny Love.mp3
Black Eyed Peas-Whenever.mp3
Black Tiger Sex Machine-Destroy It
Bodybangers ft. Carlprit & Linda Teodosiu-One More Time
Bonnie Tyler fr. Kareen Antonn-Turn Around
Bridgit Mendler-Ready Or Not.mp3
Britney Spears-Everytime.mp3
Britney Spears-Ooh La La.mp3
Bunny Beatz ft. Liquid-Make The Partu Don't Stop
Byron foxx-Under My Skin.mp3
C2C ft. D.Martin-Happy.mp3
C2C-Down The Road.mp3
Calvin Harris ft. Alesso, Hurts-Under Control
Calvin Harris ft. Ayah Marar-Thinking About you
Calvin Harris ft. Ellie Goulding-I need your love
Capital Cities-Safe And Sound.mp3
Captain Teemo Remix.mp3
Carlprit ft. Manian-Don't Stop The Dance
Carly Rae Jepsen-Call Me Maybe.mp3
Carly Rae Jepsen-Tug Of War.mp3
Carly Rae Jespen ft. Owl City-Good Time
Cascada-Glorious.mp3
Cascada-Summer Of Love.mp3
Cathy Heller-You Make Me Happy.mp3
Change Of Seasons-Sweet Thing.mp3
China Anne McClain-Dynamite.mp3
Chris Brown ft. David Guetta, Benny Benassi-Don't Wake Me
Chris Malinchak-So Good To Me.mp3
Chrissy DePauw-Set It On Fire.mp3
Christina Perri-A Thousand Years
Christina Perri-Jar of Hearts.mp3
Christopher S-Star.mp3
Cobra Starship ft. Leighton Meester-Goog Girls Go Bad
Cobra Starship ft. Mac Miller-Middle Finger
Cobra Starship ft. Sabi-You Make Me Fell
Cobra Starship-#1Nite.mp3
Cocoon-Chupee.mp3
Colbie Caillat-You Got Me.mp3
Corneille ft. Kristina Maria-Co-Pilot
Daft Punk ft. Pharrell Nile Rodgers-Gel Lucky
Danakil-Marley.mp3
Dance-Baby Boy.mp3
Darius ft. Finlay-Get Up.mp3
David Guetta ft Taio Cruz-Little Bad Girl
David Guetta ft. Chris Brown-I Can Only Imagine
David Guetta ft. Sia-She Wolf.mp3
David Guetta ft. Sia-Titanium.mp3
David Guetta ft. Taped Rai-Just One Last Time
David Guetta ft. Usher-Without You
David Hallyday-Un Homme Libre.mp3
Debussy-Clair De Lune.mp3
Demi Lovato-Catch Me.mp3
Demi Lovato-Don't Forget.mp3
Demi Lovato-Give Your Heart A Break
Demi Lovato-Let It Go.mp3
Demi Lovato-Me, Myself, And Time
Demi Lovato-Skyscraper.mp3
Deorro-Yee.mp3
Diddy Dirty Money ft. Skylar Grey-Coming Home
Dim Chris ft. Amanda Wilson-You Found Me
DJ Antoine ft. Timati & Kalenna-Welcome To St Troppez
Dj Antoine-Bella Vita.mp3
DJ Assad ft. Alain Ramanisum, Willy William-Li tourner
DJ Frank-Discotex.mp3
DJ Lubel, Pauly Shore, Jaleel White, Dennis Haskins-The Women Of La
Dj Mam's ft. Jessy Matador, Luis Guisao-Zumba He Zumba
Dj Mam'S ft. Luis Guisao & Lynn-Sexy Mami
Dvbbs ft. Borgeous-Tsunami.mp3
Ed Sheeran-I See Fire.mp3
Edward Sharpe-The Magnetic Zeros.mp
Elen Levon-Dancing To The Same Song
Eli Lieb-Place Of Paradise.mp3
Elie S‚moune-La Grosse Bamboula.mp3
Ellie Goulding-Burn.mp3
Ellie Goulding-You My Everything.mp
Emily Browing-Sweet Dreams.mp3
Eminem ft. Bruno Mars-Lighters.mp3
Eminem ft. Rihanna-The Monster.mp3
Eric Prydz-Everyday.mp3
Evanescence-Everybody's Fool.mp3
Evanescence-Lithium.mp3
Evanescence-My Immortal.MP3
Evanescence-The Last Song I'm Wasting On You
Example-Changed The Way You Kiss Me
Far East Movement ft. Cover Drive-Turn Up The Love
Far East Movement ft. Justin Bieber-Live My Life
Fedde Le Grand ft. Nicky Romero-Sparks
Fedde le Grand, Sultan & Ned Shepard-Long Way from Home
Fergie ft. Q-Tip, GoonRock-A Little Party Never Killed Nobody All We Got
Fergie- Big girls dont cry.mp3
Flavel ft. Neto-Eu Quero Tchu, Eu Quero Tcha
Flo Rida ft. Sia-Wild Ones.mp3
Flo Rida-Good Feeling.mp3
Flo Rida-I Cry.mp3
Flo Rida-Whistle.mp3
Florrie-Sunday Girl.mp3
Foster The People-Pumped Up Kicks
Fun-Tonight We Are Young.mp3
G-nose ft. N‚linho-Pop Pop Kuduro
Gabrielle Aplin-Start Again.mp3
Glee-Don't Stop Believin.mp3
Glee-Halo & Walking On Sunshine.mp3
Glee-I Feel Pretty Unpretty.mp3
Glee-Light Up The World.mp3
Glee-Pretending.mp3
Glee-Turning Tables.mp3
Global Deejays-Hardcore Vibes.mp3
Gotye ft. Kimbra-Somebody That I Used To Know With
Grand Corps Malade-Les Voyages En Train
Green Day-Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
Greg Parys-Get Sexy.mp3
Greg Parys-Why Don't We Just Fuck
Grouplove-Slow.mp3
Hardwell ft. Amba Shepherd-Apollo
Havana Brown ft. Pitbull-We Run The Night
Havana Brown-You'll Be Mine.mp3
He Is We-All About Us.mp3
Hilary Duff ft. Haylie Duff-Our Lips Are Sealed
Hilary Duff-Beart Of My Heart.mp3
Hilary Duff-Come Clean.mp3
Hilary Duff-Jericho.mp3
Hilary Duff-Love Just Is.mp3
Hilary Duff-Material girl.mp3
Hilary Duff-Raise Your Voice.mp3
Hilary Duff-Someone's Watching Over Me
Hilary Duff-Stranger.mp3
Hilary Duff-Wake Up.mp3
Hilary Duff-What Dreams Are Made Of
Hilary Duff-Whos that girl.mp3
Hold Up-Miami Beach.mp3
Hot Chelle Rae-Like It Like That
I See Montas-Evolution.mp3
Ian Carey, Rosette ft. Timbaland, Brasco-Amnesia
Icona Pop-I Love It.mp3
Imagine Dragons-Demons.mp3
Imagine Dragons-It's Time.mp3
Imagine Dragons-On Top of the World
Imagine Dragons-Radioactive.mp3
Imagine Dragons-Round and Round.mp3
Indochine-3 Nuit Par Semaine.mp3
Indochine-Bob Morane.mp3
Indochine-College Boy.mp3
Indochine-J'ai demander a la Lune
Indochine-Le Grand Secret.mp3
Indochine-Play Boy.mp3
Ingrosso, Alesso ft. Ryan Tedder-Calling
Ivyrise ft. Dania GIã-Line Up The Stars
Jack Holiday ft. Mike Candy-The Riddle Anthem
Jack holiday ft. Mike Candys-Children
Jason Derulo ft. 2 Chainz-Talk Dirty
Jason Derulo-Don't Wanna Go Home
Jason Derulo-The Other Side.mp3
Jay-Z ft. Mr Hudson-Young Forever
Jeff Buckley-Hallelujah.mp3
Jenifer-Sur Le Fil.mp3
Jennifer Lopez ft. Flo Rida-Going In
Jennifer Lopez ft. Pitbull-Dance Again
Jesse McCartney ft. Ludacris-How Do You Sleep
Jesse McCartney-De Toi Moi.mp3
Jesse McCartney-I'll Try.mp3
Jesse McCartney-Tell Her.mp3
JoJo - Coming For You.mp3
JoJo - Too Little Too Late.mp3
Jose De Rico ft. Henry Mendez-Rayos De Sol
Jumo Selesao ft. Mohombi-Sexy.mp3
Justin Bieber ft. Nicki Minaj-Beaut y And A Beat
Kat Deluna-Party O'Clock.mp3
Katy Perry ft. Juicy J-Dark Horse
Katy Perry-Firework.mp3
Katy Perry-Last Friday Night.mp3
Katy Perry-Part Of Me.mp3
Katy Perry-Roar.mp3
Katy Perry-The One That Got Away
Katy Perry-Walking On Air.mp3
Katy Perry-Wide Awake.mp3
Ke$ha-C'Mon.mp3
Keen'V ft. Lorelei B-Encoore.mp3
Keen'V-A L'Horizontale.mp3
Keen'V-A La Peche Au Moule.mp3
Keen'V-Elle T'a Mat‚.mp3
Keen'V-H‚ro‹ne.mp3
Keen'v-J'aimerais trop.mp3
Keen'v-Jeux Sensuels.mp3
Keen'V-La CigathŠque.mp3
Keen'V-Ma Vie Au Soleil.mp3
Keen'V-Petite Emilie.mp3
Keen'V-Prince Charmant.mp3
Kelly Clarkson-Stronger.mp3
Ken Ashcorp-Supernatural.mp3
Kenza Farah Feat. Sefyu-Lettre Du Front
Keri Hilson-Pretty Girl Rock.mp3
Khaled - Aicha.mp3
Kid Cudi-You Can Run.mp3
Kim Carnes-Bette Davis Eyes.mp3
Klaas-Our Own Way.mp3
Klangkarussell-Sonnentanz.mp3
Krewella-Alive.mp3
Kylian Mash ft. Angelika Vee-Cash Out
Kyo-C'est Ma Faute.mp3
Kyo-Derniere Danse.mp3
Kyo-Je Cours.mp3
Kyo-Je Saigne Encore.mp3
Kyo-Le Chemin.mp3
Kyo-Pardonn‚.mp3
Kyo-Sarah.mp3
Lady Gaga ft. R. Kelly-Do What U Want
Lady Gaga-Applause.mp3
Lana Del Rey-Born To Die.mp3
Lana Del Rey-Summertime Sadness.mp3
Lana del Rey-Video Games.mp3
Laurent Wolf-Love We Got.mp3
Leighton Meester-Words I Couldn't Say
Les Inconnus-C'Est Toi Que Je T'Aime
Les Inconnus-Isabelle A Les Yeux Bleus
Lindsey Stirling ft. John Legend-All Of Me
Lindsey Stirling ft. Pentatonix-Radioactive
Lindsey Stirling ft. Tyler Ward-Thrift Shop
Lindsey Stirling-Celtic Carol.mp3
Lindsey Stirling-Come With Us.mp3
Lindsey Stirling-Crystallize.mp3
Lindsey Stirling-Electric Daisy Violin
Lindsey Stirling-Elements.mp3
Lindsey Stirling-Lord Of The Rings Medley
Lindsey Stirling-Moon Trance.mp3
Lindsey Stirling-River Flows In You
Lindsey Stirling-Shadows.mp3
Lindsey Stirling-Silent Night.mp3
Lindsey Stirling-Song OfTthe Caged Bird
Lindsey Stirling-Spontaneous Me.mp3
Lindsey Stirling-Transcendence.mp3
Lindsey Stirling-What Child Is This
Lindsey Stirling-Zelda Medley.mp3
LMFAO ft. Lauren Bennett, GoonRock-Party Rock Anthem
Lolita-Joli Gar‡on.mp3
Loona-Vamos A La Playa.mp3
Lorde-Royals.mp3
Lucenzo ft. Sean Paul-Wine It Up
Lucenzo-Baila Morena.mp3
Lucy Hale-Make You Believe.mp3
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Martin Solveig-Ready 2 Go.mp3
Martin Solveig-The Night Out.mp3
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Miley Cirus, Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato ft. Selena Gomez-Send It On
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Nada Surf-Always Love.mp3
Nadia Ali-Rapture.mp3
Natasha Bedingfield-Pocket Full Of Sunshine
Natasha Bedingfield-Strip Me.mp3
Naughty Boy ft. Sam Smith-La La La
Ne-Yo-Forever Now.mp3
Ne-Yo-Let Me Love You.mp3
Nelly Furtado-Try.mp3
Nelly-Just A Dream.mp3
Netsky ft. Billie-We Can Only Live Today
New World Sound & Thomas Newson-Flute
Nickel Back-Far Away.mp3
Nicki Minaj ft. Rihanna-Fly.mp3
Nicki Minaj-Pound The Alarm.mp3
Nicki Minaj-Starships.mp3
Nicky Romero feat.Krewella-Legacy
Nicole Scherzinger-Wet.mp3
Nightwish-Amaranth.mp3
No Trixx Adrien Toma ft. Cynthia Brown, Maradja-Crazy
Oasis-Wonderwall.mp3
Ocean Drive-Whatever.mp3
One Day-Reckoning Song.mp3
One Direction-One Thing.mp3
One Republic-Good Life.mp3
One Republic-Secrets.mp3
OneRepublic-Counting Stars.mp3
Orelsan-Diff‚rent.mp3
Orelsan-La Terre Est Ronde.mp3
Orelsan-Plus Rien Ne M'‚tonne.mp3
Owl City-Alligator Sky.mp3
Owl City-When Can I See You Again
P!nk-Blow Me.mp3
P!nk-Dear Mr. President.mp3
P!nk-Fukin Perfect.mp3
P!nk-Raise Your Glass.mp3
Pandora-Don't Be Down.mp3
Panic! At The Disco-Ready To Go.mp3
Paramore-Crushcrushcrush.mp3
Peter Luts-Everyday.mp3
Peter Luts-The Rain.mp3
Pharrell Williams-Happy.mp3
Pink ft. Lily Allen-True Love.mp3
Pink-Please Don't Leave Me.mp3
Pink-Try.mp3
Pitbull ft. Christina Aguilera-Feel This Moment
Pitbull ft. Ke$ha-Timber.mp3
Pitbull ft. Marc Anthony -Rain Over Me
Pitbull ft. Ne-Yo-Give Me Everything
Pitbull-Back In Time.mp3
Professor Green-Read All About It
Proximity - 2013 (Carlos Besa Mix)
PZK-Chui Bo.mp3
Quietdrive-Time After Time.mp3
R.I.O. ft. U-Jean-Turn This Club Around
Radical Face-Welcome Home.mp3
Radio Killer-Lonely Heart.mp3
Reamonn-Supergirl.mp3
Red Hot Chili Peppers- I Could Have Lied
Red Hot Chili Peppers-By the way
Red Hot Chili Peppers-Californication
Red Hot Chili Peppers-Can't Stop
Red Hot Chili Peppers-Dani California
Red Hot Chili Peppers-My friends
Red Hot Chili Peppers-Otherside.mp3
Red Hot Chili Peppers-Scar tissue
Red Hot Chili Peppers-Snow.mp3
Red Hot Chili Peppers-Tearjerker
Red-Never Be The Same.mp3
Reepublic-Turn Off The Lights.mp3
Remady-Give Me A Sign.mp3
Remady-No Superstar.mp3
Remady-Save Your Heart.mp3
Renaud-En cloque.MP3
Rick Astley-Never Gonna Give You Up
RightLesS-You're The One.mp3
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Rihanna ft David Guetta-Who's That Chick
Rihanna ft. Calvin Harris-We Found Love
Rihanna ft. Eminem-Love The Way You Lie
Rihanna-California King Bed.mp3
Rihanna-Diamonds.mp3
Rihanna-Man Down.mp3
Rihanna-Only Girl.mp3
Rihanna-S&M.mp3
Rihanna-Stay.mp3
Rihanna-Te Amo.mp3
Rihanna-Unfaithful.mp3
Rihanna-Where Have You Been.mp3
RIO-Party Shaker.mp3
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Sangria Gratuite-La Transhumance
Sangria Gratuite-La Tˆte A L'envers
Scotty - The Black Pearl (Club Mix)
Scotty-The Black Pearl.mp3
Sean Paul-Hold On.mp3
Sean Paul-Other Side Of Love.mp3
Sean Paul-She Doesn't Mind.mp3
Secondhand Serenade-Awake.mp3
Secondhand Serenade-It's Not Over
Secondhand Serenade-Why.mp3
Secondhand Serenade-Your Call.mp3
Selena Gomez ft. The Scene-Hit The Lights
Selena Gomez-A Year Without Rain
Selena Gomez-Come & Get It.mp3
Selena Gomez-Love You Like A Love Song
Selena Gomez-Un A¤o Sin Lluvia.mp3
Selena Gomez-Who Says.mp3
Sexion D'Assaut-J'ai Pas Les Loves
Sexion D'Assaut-Paris Va Bien.mp3
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Shakira-Waka Waka.mp3
Showtek ft. Justin Prime-Cannonball
Shy'M-Et Alors.mp3
Shy'm-Je Sais.mp3
Shy'm-Je Suis Moi.mp3
Shy'M-On Se Fout De Nous.mp3
Shy'm-Prendre L'Air.mp3
Shy'm-Tourne.mp3
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Soprano-Regarde moi.mp3
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Spice Girls - Wannabe.mp3
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Stromae-Dodo.mp3
Stromae-Papaoutai.mp3
Stromae-Peace Or Violence.mp3
Stromae-Ta Fˆte.mp3
Stromae-Tous Les Mˆmes.mp3
Sum 41-In Too Deep.mp3
Sum 41-Pieces.mp3
Sum 41-The Hell Song.mp3
Sum 41-With me.mp3
Sunset-Fiesta.mp3
Superbus-A La Chaine.mp3
Superbus-Apprends-Moi.mp3
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Swedish House Mafia-Miami 2 Ibiza
Swedish House Mafia-Save The World
Syd Matters-Obstacles.mp3
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Taio Cruz-Dynamite.mp3
Taio Cruz-Hangover.mp3
Taio Cruz-Telling The World.mp3
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        " Au fond j'crois qu'la terre est ronde, pour une seule bonne raison" <3
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Michelle Moore
at Apr 17, 2014 7:40:03 PM
I had the opportunity to talk with Lisa Weathers Stack and David this morning! It was such a blessing to see those smiles😊 on there face with all they as well as Justin have been through the past month! We serve an AWESOME GOD!! The Stacks are very Godly people! I told them that we have 275 members on this prayer chain and they are very thankful and appreciative in all the prayers🙏 for Justin! Please continue to keep the prayers coming! God is blessing Justin with new improvements everyday!! GOD IS OUR GREAT PHYSICIAN!! My love to all
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Empowering People with a Voice: Keeping Hope Alive in America
at Apr 17, 2014 6:53:58 PM
For easier Finding:

House of Representatives Target List:

Washington:
Doc Hastings- He already stated his support lets make him actually do it. (202) 225-5816 Fax: (202) 225-3251

Oregon:
Greg Walden - He is already fighting for Jobs and Equal Hiring Rights, is the only GOP in a Blue State. (202) 225-6730 Fax: 202-225-5774

California:
Jeff Dunham -Is pro Military and Veterans (202) 225-4540 Fax: (202) 225-3402
Duncan Hunter - He is young, but determined to help America (202) 225-5672 Fax: (202) 225-0235
Kevin McCarthy - He believes in equality for all. (202) 225-2915 Fax: (202) 225-2908

Nevada:
(He has stated his support publicly please thank him and be polite) Joe Heck - Pro Job Growth, Is Humanitarian (202) 225-3252 Fax: (202) 225-2185

Idaho:
Raul Labrador - He is young, trying his best to become Popular in a very Conservative State, however their Unemployment rate is High (202) 225-6611 Fax: (202) 225-3029

Arizona:
Paul Gosar - Fights for Publics Rights (202) 225-2315 DC Fax: 202-226-9739
David Schweikert - Pro Military/Veterans (202) 225-2190 Fax: (202) 225-0096
Trent Franks - Humanitarian (202) 225-4576 Fax: (202) 225-6328

Utah:
Jason Chaffetz - Is actually fighting for America to be better (202) 225-7751 DC Fax:202-225-5629

New Mexico:
Steve Pierce - Fights for Native American Rights, which means he does care about people (202) 225-2365 Fax (202) 225-9599

Colorado:
Cory Gardner - Is working on Bills to help small businesses (202) 225-4676 Fax: (202) 225-5870
Mike Coffman - Donated his salary to the Red Cross during the shutdown (202) 225-7882 Fax: 202.226.4623

Wyoming:
Cynthia Lummis - Only GOP (202) 225-2311 Fax: (202) 225-3057

Montana:
Steve Daines - Only GOP (202) 225-3211 Fax 202-225-5687

North Dakota:
Kevin Cramer - Only Gop (202) 225-2611 Fax: 202-226-0893

South Dakota:
Kristi Noem - Very Pro Military Family (202) 225-2801 Fax: (202) 225-5823

Nebraska: All I can say is good luck on this State, but needs to be done
Adrian Smith - Brand New (202) 225-6435 Fax: (202) 225-0207
Lee Terry - Pays attention to jobs, is he correct r not is the question 202) 225-4155 F (202) 226-5452

Kansas:
Lynn Jenkins - Has continually fought the Governments pay system (202) 225-6601 Fax: (202) 225-7986

Oklahoma:
James Lankford - Promotes prayer (202) 225-2132 Fax: (202) 226-1463
Markwayne Mullin - Goes against the grain on some issues (202) 225-2701 Fax: (202) 225-3038

Texas:
Sam Johnson - I have had a conversation with him, he stated support for a pay for and for Job Bill (202) 225-4201 DC Fax: 202-225-1485
Kay Granger - She does not appear to work for the People, but she should (202) 225-5071 Fax: (202) 225-5683
Pete Sessions - If we can sway him we can sway anyone (202) 225-2231 Fax: (202) 225-5878

Louisianna:
John Fleming - He supports Job Growth and Reform (202) 225-2777 F: (202) 225-8039
Vance McAllister - He is new (202) 225-8490 Fax: (202) 225-5639

Arkansas:
Rick Crawford - Mays attention to the job reports (202) 225-4076 Fax: (870) 203-0542
Steve Womack - Has challenged Reid for inaction (202) 225-4301 Fax: (202) 225-5713

Missouri:
Ann Wagner - Veteran friendly and against excessive gov. spending (202) 225-1621 Fax: 202-225-2563
Vicky Hartzler - Stands up for our rights to freedom of speech (202) 225-2876 Fax: (202) 225-0148
Sam Graves - Fights for teachers and Farmers (202) 225-7041 Fax: (202) 225-8221
Jason Smith - Is pro Job Growth, Fights for lower energy costs (202) 225-4404 Fax: 202-226-0326

Iowa:
Tom Lathan - Fights for the elderly, lower energy costs and feeding the poor (202) 225-5476 Fax:
(202) 225-3301

Minnesota:
Michele Bachman - Pays attention to unemployment numbers, worries about the lack of jobs (202) 225-2331 Fax: (202) 225-6475
Erik Paulsen - Fights sex trafficking, which means he is sensitive to women (202) 225-2871 Fax: (202) 225-6351
John Kline - Is pro job growth and against wasteful government spending 202) 225-2271 Fax: 202-225-2595

Wisconsin:
Paul Ryan - We all know of him well, if we could sway him by pushing job growth then we would gain a lot of support around the whole board (202) 225-3031 Fax: (202) 225-3393
Thomas Petri - Is fighting for welfare reform and small businesses (202) 225-2476 Fax: 202-225-9594
Sean Duffy - Fights for seniors, hosts Job Fairs (202) 225-3365 Fax: (202) 225-3240
Reid Ribble - Pro Military, supported Congress not being paid during Gov. Shutdown (202) 225-5665 No Fax: 920-380-0051

Illinois:
Adam Kinzinger - Is worried about the debt on future generations, good person to convince we want jobs (202) 225-3635 Fax: (202) 225-3521
Aaron Schock - Fights for religious freedom (202) 225-6201 Fax: (202) 225-9249
Peter Roskam - Addresses the debt crisis (202) 225-4561 fax: (202) 225-1166

Mississippi:
Steven Palazzo - Pays attention to the budget (202) 225-5772 DC Fax: 202-225-7074
Gregg Harper - worries about jobs and says he listens to his constiuents (202) 225-5031 Fax: (202) 225-5797

Alabama:
Martha Roby - Pro military, tried to work through Christmas (202) 225-2901 Fax: (202) 225-8913
Bradley Byrne - Supports religious freedom, supports the Ukraine Aid (202) 225-4931 Fax: 202-225-0562
Mike Rogers - Gathered funds for fire dept (202) 225-3261 Fax: (202) 226-8485
Spencer Bachus - Still fighting the Bank bailouts (202) 225-4921 Fax: 202-225-2082
Mo Brooks - Fights the debt, but also claims he listens to his constituents (202) 225-4801 Fax: (202) 225-4392

Tennessee:
Phil Roe - Fighting for small business tax breaks to create jobs (202) 225-6356 Fax: 202-225-5714
Chuck Fleischmann - Pro Veteran and worries about the budget (202) 225-3271 Fax (202) 225 -3494
Marsha Blackburn - Fights for religious freedoms and drug abuse (202) 225-2811 Fax: 202-225-3004
Diane Black - stands up for women and support Hobby Lobby (202) 225-4231 Fax: (202) 225-6887
Stephen Lee Fincher - Pro youth and children programs (202) 225-4714 Fax: (202) 225-1765

Kentucky:
Thomas Massie - pro Hemp farms (I have done some research on them and they would create a lot of jobs all over the Country as well is good for our environment) (202) 225-3465 Fax: (202) 225-0003
Hal Rogers - Pro Military and water protection (202) 225-4601 Fax: (202)225-0940
Andy Barr - Pro youth programs, fights for Kentucky (202) 225-4706 Fax: 202-225-2122
Ed Whitfield - Worries about Job loss (202) 225-3115 . fax: (202) 225-3547

Indiana:
Jackie Walorski - Is fighting for low income seniors (202) 225-3915 fax: (202) 225-6798
Todd Young - Fights to keep jobs and worries on our national debt (202) 225-5315 Fax: 202-226-6866
Luke Messer - Fights for youth programs (202) 225-3021 Fax: 202-225-3382
Larry Bucshon - Likes to twitter, so lets give him some tweets about his states high unemployment rate (202) 225-4636 Fax: (202) 225-3284

Ohio:
John Boehner - Okay all Veterans and Veteran families he is pro military, so lets use that, make him reply for why he is pro military and there is over 200,000 unemployed Veterans that he ignores? Ask him if he is for the military then why is he letting Veterans become homeless, starve and commit suicide? (202) 225-6205 Fax: (202) 225-0704

Steve Chabot - Fights for Retired Vets, maybe he needs to know retired Veterans are unemployed too (202) 225-2216 Fax: (202) 225-3012
Jim Jordan - He is young and does fight for jobs, so lets make him fight more and help us (202) 225-2676 Fax - (202) 225-5638
Bob Latta - He claims he fights for seniors lets make him prove that (202) 225-6405 Fax: (202) 225-1985
Michael Turner - All does is Russia stuff, maybe he doesn’t realize the Country doesn’t want us in Russia, he is young so lets get him to help us for votes (202) 225-6465 Fax: (202) 225-6754
Bob Gibbs - Is fighting for Job growth (202) 225-6265 Fax: (202) 225-3394
Pat Tiberi - Has done much of nothing, is about time he works for his job (202) 225-5355 Fax: (202) 226-4523
David Joyce - Another lazy Politician, lets make him work or be voted out (202) 225-5731 Fax: (202) 225-3307
Steve Stivers - Supports job growth and fights excessive Gov. spending (202) 225-2015 Fax: 202-225-3529
Bill Johnson - Pro Veteran, actually admits the Stimulus failed which is did or we wouldn’t be in this mess (202) 225-5705 Fax: 202-225-5907

Michigan:
Justin Amash - Is loved by conservatives if we could sway him we would pull many to our side (202) 225-3831 Fax: (202) 225-5144
Dave Camp - Worries about our National Debt, we just need to convince him we really do want jobs (202) 225-3561 Fax: 202-225-9679
Fred Upton - Fights for people on Medicare, I myself can use this to push him, however maybe he needs to know that by people not being able to eat well and such the Medicare cost will be much higher in the coming years (202) 225-3761 Fax: (202) 225-4986
Mike Rogers - Actually acknowledges that the ACA influences employers to hire less, cut hours and be dishonest, as well fights taxes that are hurting the job market (202) 225-4872 Fax: (202) 226-8485
Kerry Bentivolio - Supports Jobs Act, which will help, is not ideal but would help, so we just need to convince him we do want jobs (202) 225-8171 Fax (202) 225-2667

Florida:
Jeff Miller - Pro Veterans (202) 225-4136 Fax: (202) 225-3414
Ted Yoho - He has actually replied to me in conversations on facebook, he has no real stance, but was interested in what I was saying, had a lot of questions (202) 225-5744 Fax: 202-225-3973
David Jolly - Recently elected, lets give him a chance to prove himself (202) 225-5961 Fax: 202-225-9764
Vern Buchanan - Actually sees the Gov is broken and fights for Jobs (202) 225-5015 Fax: (202) 226-0828
Tom Rooney- Actually tried to help my husband with his Military issue, we live in OR/WA did not accept pay during Gov shutdown. (202) 225-5792 Fax: 202) 225-3132
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen - She is very pro Foreign rights, please contact her and tell her how she can help you, especially all of you not born in America, because she is who fights for your rights. (202) 225-3931 Fax: (202) 225-5620
Mario Diaz-Balart - He pushes for comprehensive immigration reforms (202) 225-4211 fax: (202) 225-8576

Georgia:
Jack Kingston - He is pro drug tests for welfare, fighting the SNAP benefits, if we could convince him that we want jobs not welfare we may be able to get him to fight for us (202) 225-5831 Fax: (202) 226-2269
Lynn Westmoreland - He is fighting for Job growth, tax cuts for small businesses and has actually responded to me with support for the Job fight (202) 225-5901 Fax (202) 225-2515
Rob Woodall - He is all over on what he does, maybe it is time to get him to focus on actual Job creation (202) 225-4272 Fax: (202) 225-4696
Doug Collins- Pro Veteran, but does much of nothing, time to put him to work (202) 225-9893 Fax: (202) 226-1224
Austin Scott - Actively fighting our excessive debt, all we have to do is convince him by getting us hired and helping us, over time the debt will be less (202) 225-6531 Fax: (202) 225-3013
Tom Graves - He needs to be put to work, so lets make him work for his pay (202) 225-5211 Fax: 202-225-8272

South Carolina:
Jeff Duncan - He has replied to everything I have sent him, including on FB he says he supports EUI with a pay for and Job Bills, he is very nice actually, so if we just convince him he wants to help us (202) 225-5301 Fax: (202) 225-3216
Joe Wilson - Wants to know where the jobs are? This is good for us because so do we (202) 225-2452 Fax: (202) 225-2455
Trey Gowdy - He needs to be reminded that he should work for his job (202) 225-6030 Fax: (202) 226-1177
Tom Rice - Fights for seniors, small businesses and prides himself on communicating with his constituents (202) 225-9895 Fax: (202) 225-9690
Mick Mulvaney - Is on small business committee (202) 225-5501 Fax: (202) 225-0464

North Carolina:
Renee Ellmers - Fights for women rights (202) 225-4531 Fax: (202) 225-5662
Virginia Foxx - She is a pretty powerful women, she fights us going to war and fights fraud, lets prove to her we are honest (202) 225-2071 Fax: (202) 225-2995
George Holding - He is stubborn, but he is against continuing debt, so if we can convince him we want Jobs not welfare we could get far with him (202) 225-3032 Fax: 202-225-0181
Richard Hudson - Is on the Education and Workforce committee lets make him do his job (202) 225-3715 Fax: 202-225-4036

Virginia:
Eric Cantor - We all know how much it would help to get him to help. I get his newsletters, he is all about Job creation and equality, lets show him about employers discriminating (202) 225-2815 Fax: 202-225-0011
J Randy Forbes - Fights for Military families (202) 225-6365 Fax 202-226-1170
Scott Rigell - Actively tries to slash our National debt so lest show him how we can help (202) 225-4215 Fax: (202) 225-4218
Bob Goodlatte - Fights for immigration reform on the basis there is already not enough jobs (202) 225-5431 Fax: (202) 225-9681

West Virginia:
David McKinley - He has stated to me many times the unemployment is an issue and that we need job growth and reform (202) 225-4172 Fax: (202) 225-7564
Shelley Capito - Fights for women’s rights (202) 225-2711 Fax: 202.225.7856

Pennsylvania:
Scott Perry - Stands up against domestic violence, so lets point out how being unemployed and lack of jobs actually creates more DV (202) 225-5836 Fax: 202-226-1000
Mike Fitzpatrick - He actually sees that the debt is destroying our Country, so lest show him how we can help fix it (202) 225-4276 Fax: (202) 225-9511
Bill Shuster - Actively fights to decrease propaine costs, when it was cold he tried to pass a Bill that would help people (202) 225-2431 202.225.2486 (fax)
Tom Marino - His staff actually replied to me that they could help my husbands Military issue if we lived in PA, so lets see if he will help his constituents (202) 225-3731 Fax: 202-225-9594
Keith Rothfus - Pro Veteran (202) 225-2065 Fax: 202-225-5709
Charlie Dent - Supports children’s welfare, so lets make him see how the children are suffering (202) 225-6411 Fax: 202-226-0778
Tim Murphy - Pro Military, is actively fighting for Job growth (202) 225-2301 Fax: (202) 225-1844

Maryland:
Andy Harris - He needs to get to work helping us (202) 225-5311 Fax: 202-225-0254

New Jersey:
(He has publicly stated his support so lets thank him and be extra polite) Frank LoBiondo - He is on the Armed Services Committee, so lets show him how he is hurting Military families by not helping (202) 225-6572 Fax: (202) 225-3318
(He has publicly stated his support so lets thank him and be extra polite) Jon Runyan - Fighting Military suicides, well the unemployed commit suicide everyday, so lets show him this (202) 225-4765 Fax: (202) 225-0778
Rodney Frelinghuysen - He needs to be refocused to fight for job growth and helping people within his own State (202) 225-5034 Fax: 202-225-3186
(He has publicly stated his support so lets thank him and be extra polite) Christopher Smith - He has replied to me about how my husband being unemployed hurts our autistic son, which means he could be convinced that it hurts all kids with disabilities (202) 225-3765 Fax: 202-225-7768
Leonard Lance - Fights for seniors, and mental health policies, maybe he needs to know how unemployment effects our mental health (202) 225-5361 Fax (202) 225-9460

New York: Every single one in this State needs to be contacted, reality is NY is severely lacking in Jobs
(He has publicly stated his support, please thank him and be kind to him) Peter King - (202) 225-7896 fax: (202) 226-2279
(He has publicly stated his support so lets thank him and be extra polite) Michael Grimm - Flood insurance is good but does absolutely nothing for the homeless or the people who cannot even pay it, he needs refocused (202) 225-3371 Fax: (202) 226-1272
(He has publicly stated his support so lets thank him and be extra polite) Chris Gibson - (202) 225-5614 Fax: (202) 225-1168
Richard Hanna - He is actually trying to help the Job sitaution (202) 225-3665 F: 202-225-1891
Chris Collins - Supports small business growth (202) 225-5265
Tom Reed - (202) 225-3161 Fax: 202-225-5910

Alaska:
Donald Young - He is fighting the ACA, he needs redirected to fighting for EUI and Job growth (202) 225-5765 Fax: (202) 225-4160
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James Morillo commented at Apr 17, 2014 10:58:57 PM
        Very good info here! Lets keep calling!
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RadioShack Spearfish
at Apr 17, 2014 5:14:45 PM
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Gena Smith Sloan commented at Apr 17, 2014 10:28:21 PM
        Please make sure that you use the new RadioShack logo in your wonderful commercials.
RadioShack Spearfish commented at Apr 17, 2014 10:30:06 PM
        We shared that with the team at our last meeting, but thank you for the reminder. Always good to keep that in mind!
Gena Smith Sloan commented at Apr 17, 2014 10:30:59 PM
        Keep up the good work!
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Stéphane Dion
at Apr 17, 2014 4:11:02 PM
What To Do With the Senate? The Trudeau Solution.

Dear Readers,

On April 16th, 2014, at the Munk School of Global Affairs in Toronto, I did a presentation as part of the panel entitled "What are We Going to Do with our Senate?", organized by The Churchill Society for the Advancement of Parliamentary Democracy.

I presented my thoughts on the validity of establishing a less partisan and more independent Senate in line with Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's objectives, and on the ins and outs of such a reform.

Please find below my remarks. As always, I will be very pleased to read any comments you might have.

Have a good read!

Stéphane Dion

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What To Do With the Senate? The Trudeau Solution  

Notes for an Address by the Honourable Stéphane Dion, delivered on April 16, 2014, at a discussion panel entitled On Parliament 2014: "What Are We Going To Do With Our Senate?", hosted by the Churchill Society for the Advancement of Parliamentary Democracy at the Munk School of Global Affairs, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

Each one of the three major national parties has its own plan for the Senate:
The Conservative Party wants an elected Senate and if that fails,  its abolition;
The New Democratic Party wants the Senate abolished;
The Liberal Party proposes to reform the Senate to make it more independent and less partisan.

It is almost certain that only the Liberal plan is realistic: neither the election nor the abolition of the Senate are likely to happen.

Why? Because to be able to elect Senators or abolish the Senate, we would need to amend the Constitution. That is what the Supreme Court is almost sure to say in a soon to be released opinion. Almost all constitutional experts expect the Supreme Court to rule, as did the Quebec Court of Appeal, that Parliament cannot unilaterally change the nature of the Senate. Making it an elected Chamber would require, in addition to the agreement of Parliament, the concurrence of seven provinces representing 50 percent of the population of the provinces (the 7/50 rule); abolishing it would require the unanimous agreement of Parliament and the ten provinces. Admittedly, the Supreme Court might rule that the 7/50 threshold will do for abolition but it is more likely that it will opt for unanimity.

Well, abolition is far from eliciting unanimity among the provinces. And the 7/50 threshold will be very difficult to reach, all the more since at least one province, Quebec, has said clearly that there is no way it will enter into constitutional negotiations on the sole issue of the Senate. Quebec intends to put forward its own traditional demands in terms of new powers and recognition of its distinct or national character. And the Aboriginal Peoples will also want their say.

Could we proceed without Quebec's agreement? If that is their plan, the Conservatives and the NDP must clearly say so. They must also admit that they plan to bypass the Regional Veto Act or do away with it. That Act gives veto power over constitutional changes to Quebec and our country's other four regions.

When the NDP and at least one Conservative minister raise the possibility of holding a referendum on the abolition of the Senate, they must tell us if they will hold it even if one or more provincial governments challenge its legitimacy. They must also specify what they would do in the case of a mixed outcome, with a national majority vote for abolition and at the same time, one or more provincial majority votes against. It is almost certain that such a referendum would be both costly and fruitless. In one word: useless.

The bottom line is that the Supreme Court opinion will most likely force the Conservatives and the NDP to abandon their plans for the Senate or subject Canadians to a referendum and constitutional mega-negotiations; two scenarios for which Canadians have no appetite whatsoever.

Mr. Harper claims it is possible to have elected Senators without changing the Constitution; in all likelihood, he is wrong. But even if this were possible, would such a reform be desirable? No, because it would be irresponsible to establish an elected Senate without first having formulated a conflict resolution mechanism. Conflict is unavoidable between two elected Houses that can both speak on behalf of the people and are equally capable of paralyzing each other – as exemplified by the US Congress. Moreover, the number of Senators allocated to some provinces would have to be changed because with the current distribution, Alberta and British Columbia are significantly under-represented. This under-representation would become untenable in the context of an elected Senate exercising its constitutional powers to their full extent rather than with the moderation shown, since Confederation, by a Senate bereft of any electoral legitimacy.

The aforementioned reforms would require a constitutional amendment. That is why every Prime Minister who preceded Mr. Harper have all opposed moving to an elected Senate without the necessary constitutional amendments, needed to rebalance the distribution of Senators per province and the division of roles between the Senate and the House of Commons. Mr. Harper's unilateral reform project is irresponsible; thankfully, at least he finally accepted to seek the Supreme Court's opinion after years of pressure by the Liberal opposition.

What about abolishing the Senate? Even if that were possible without amending the Constitution, it is far from certain that it would be the best choice for Canadians. Abolition would deprive them of what the Fathers of Confederation wanted the Senate to be: an Upper Chamber that scrutinizes House of Commons Bills in order to improve them, the famous "Chamber of sober second thought".

This was the useful role that the Senate had often played since Confederation, until Prime Minister Harper put an end to that role by subjecting the Senate to a relentless and unprecedented level of party discipline.

Yet in playing that role of Chamber of sober second thought, our Senate has long shown the amount of self-restraint and spirit of compromise that were required. Between 1994 and 2008, the Senate amended 9 percent of the Bills approved by the House of Commons and only explicitly rejected two out of 465 Bills.[1] The Senate acted exactly how a Chamber of sober second thought is expected to: year in, year out, it amends from 8 to 10 percent of the Bills proposed by the House of Commons and almost never rejects one. These numbers do not include the many amendments suggested by Senators to House Members – and adopted by the House of Commons – even before the Bills are officially submitted to the Senate. And let us not forget the many policy papers and guidance documents, always useful and often outstanding, produced by Senators.

Even as this conference unfolds, the Senate is playing a useful role particularly in regards to the debate around the controversial Bill C-23 (Fair Elections Act).

Having said that, it is clear that Canadians are fed up with the ethical and financial scandals caused by some individual Senators. Canadians can, and rightly so, no longer tolerate the kind of patronage and excessive partisanship that smears the Senate's reputation and discredits its usefulness, and which Prime Minister Harper has bolstered to unparalleled and intolerable levels. Canadians have clearly said it: reforms are needed.

Numerous reforms are possible without touching the Constitution, by increasing the depth of the Senate's essence without changing it. That is precisely the path that we, Liberals, are proposing to take. Our commitment is to do all we can to ensure that the Senate can discharge, in the best possible way, the responsibilities assigned to it by the Fathers of Confederation: to act as a Chamber of sober second thought, one that scrutinizes Bills, detects their errors, shortcomings and inaccuracies and based on its findings, suggests useful amendments; to be an Upper House whose members are more likely to acquire valuable experience compared to their colleagues in a House of Commons whose composition can change rapidly election after election; to be an Upper Chamber whose members can devote much more time to their work as legislators than their colleagues in an elected Chamber who must also cope with a heavy constituency workload while defending their party's interests; to be an Upper Chamber attuned to the needs and aspirations of the regions and minorities of our diverse country. In short, we need a Senate that is less partisan, more levelheaded and more independent, composed of high-level, competent, ethical and highly qualified legislators.

Some reforms will be easy to do: in order to prevent improper expenditures, let us demand the highest standard of transparency and conduct regular and statutory external audits; let us reinforce Senate session and committee attendance requirements; and let the selection of Committee Members and Chairs be an internal Senate matter, with no interference from the Prime Minister.

However, guaranteeing Canadians a less partisan and more independent Senate will require going even further; that is what Liberal leader Justin Trudeau plans to do. The Liberal plan consists of two phases. The first phase is now a reality; the second will be implemented if in the next federal election, Canadians elect for themselves a Liberal government.

First phase: since January 29, 2014, Senators are no longer members of the Liberal caucus; only Members of Parliament are. Henceforth, Senators have no organic ties with the Liberal caucus, the Leader or his office; their votes are no longer whipped. As Parliamentarians, Senators may organize themselves as they see fit; as citizens, they are entitled to support any political party of their choice. But they no longer hold any organizational or financing responsibilities within the Liberal Party of Canada. In this way, Senators are exempted from any partisan work and better able to focus on their Parliamentarian and legislative work. Justin Trudeau invited the Prime Minister to do the same with his own caucus; unfortunately, although not surprisingly, Mr. Harper refused.

Here we are then, with a Senatorless Liberal caucus and Senators liberated from partisan obligations. This simple change is the most important Senate reform to be made since Confederation. This we owe to Justin Trudeau's leadership. And the Liberal Leader will go even further if Canadians elect him as their Prime Minister.

The second phase of his reform provides for the establishment of a non-partisan senatorial appointment process, intended to increase the likelihood of the Senate being made up of outstanding, highly qualified legislators who are able to do their job with complete independence and whose constant focus is the well-being of all Canadians and the permanence of Canadian democratic institutions.

What now needs to be done is to define what this non-partisan appointment process will be. It will not be easy but the upcoming Supreme Court opinion is likely to help us draw its broad outlines. And several Canadian parliamentary institution experts have been working on the issue for many years. Those experts with whom I have been in contact since January 29, 2014, advocate forming a Senatorial Selection Council such as the one that was put in place to select certain members of the United Kingdom's Upper Chamber.

This selection process will have to be crafted with the utmost care. Answers will have to be found to difficult questions, such as:

1)  Who should have the power to appoint Senators?

According to the Constitution, the Governor General has this power. By convention, the Governor General acts on the Prime Minister's recommendation. Would we want the Selection Council to submit its choices directly to the Governor General, in order to ensure a clearly non-partisan process? Or would we rather have the Prime Minister continue making the final choices, out of a short list (from three to five candidates) prepared by the Selection Council, so that the principal elected official – according to our democratic system – retains this responsibility? The latter process, which would style the Council as an application screening mechanism, would preserve the Prime Minister's final authority; it would probably be more democratic and constitutionally safer.  We would need to ensure that the Prime Minister be obligated to justify his/her appointments through a declaration in the House of Commons and an appearance before the Senate.

2)  Who should choose who sits on the Selection Council?

The risk of partisanship is too high if the Prime Minister can do it alone. So, should he/she be required to come to an agreement with the Leader of the Opposition? Should he/she have his/her choices vetted by the Senate and House of Commons? An alternate method would be to let the Speakers of both Houses make those choices, the way the Speaker of the House of Commons selects the electoral commissions tasked with redefining the boundaries of federal electoral districts. Should Council members have refrained from any political activity in the previous five years, as is the case in the United Kingdom? Should the Council's composition stay the same for a given period, or should a new Council be named every time a new seat needs to be filled – which could well happen ten times a year? Would it not be necessary to modulate the Council's composition according to the province of origin of the Senator awaiting selection? Should that province's government or legislative assembly – or the Speaker of that Assembly – be invited to participate in the selection of the Council members?

3)  How should the Selection Council consult Canadians?

Should Canadians be invited to submit names to establish a pool of candidates? Should the Council hold public meetings? What organizations and associations should be consulted? Should there be a time limit for such consultations? Should some candidates and if so, which ones, be formally interviewed? For the sake of transparency, should the Council's advice and recommendations be made public?

4)  What criteria should guide the selection of Senators?

Some criteria are obvious: to be successful, candidates would have to demonstrate exceptional competence in their respective field, have a history of outstanding service to their communities, exceptional working capacity, flawless honesty and integrity, the wisdom and sound judgment expected of a legislator. Would it be conceivable to rule out, a priori, anybody who has ever joined a political party? Rather than the absence of party allegiance, would not a better criterion be open-mindedness and an ability to base one's decisions on facts rather than ideological preconceptions or personal interests? Also, care will have to be taken to ensure fair representation of women and minorities. Certain minorities, such as First Nations and official language communities, have historical ties to the Senate. Finally, it will be necessary to select Senators who understand that the role of a Chamber of sober second thought is to propose improvements to legislation without disputing or usurping the elected House's legitimate predominant role in a democracy. The aforementioned nomination criteria could very well be mentioned explicitly in a code of ethics and a "Role of Senators" document that every new Senator would pledge to respect.

By coming up with the right answers to these questions, we could give Canada an independent and effective Upper House, one that reflects our country's diversity and is made up of competent and thoughtful Senators, an Upper House that can and knows how to fulfill the task assigned to it by the Fathers of Confederation: completing the work of the House of Commons – a Senate of which Canadians can be proud.

The Honourable Stéphane Dion, P.C., M. P.

(Privy Council of Canada and Member of Parliament for St-Laurent / Cartierville)

House of Commons, Ottawa

Email : stephane.dion@parl.gc.ca

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[1] Andrew Heard, « Constitutional Doubts about Bill C-20 and Senatorial Elections », in Jennifer Smith (ed.), The Democratic Dilemma. Reforming the Canadian Senate, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University, McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2009, pp. 81-96)

 
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Dan Cumming commented at Apr 18, 2014 12:17:08 AM
        If you happen to prefer reasoned thought to 'bumper sticker' slogans, this is what a debate on the Senate should look like.
William Laycraft commented at Apr 17, 2014 11:12:08 PM
        Certainly lots to think about. Cannot wait to see what our party does if we are chosen to form the next government!
Abdi Balboa commented at Apr 18, 2014 7:40:41 AM
        why do we need senators? they are useless, they do nothing but panels afters panels. i think we can function without them
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Madonna Remixers United
at Apr 17, 2014 3:48:45 PM
MORE NEW MADONNA ALBUM NEWS!!

(translated)
"The Viking" Carl Falk writes songs for happy Madonna

"It was clean campfire session and very funny. She is a real pro. "It tells Carl Falk now exclusive to DN on Madonna's famous collaboration with him and the Swedish låtskrivargruppen which she dubbed" his Swedish Viking harem ".

Carl Falk, along with, among others, Avicii and Salem Al Fakir just made new songs together with world star in Los Angeles. Falk - previously acclaimed for his collaboration with, among others, One Direction, Nicki Minaj and Tiësto - describes the collaboration with Madonna last month, which is very fun and relaxed, yet intense.

Some days they worked with låtmakandet to seven in the morning.

- We sat down with acoustic guitars and piano, it was as clean Campfire låtskrivarsessionen and we created a total of eleven demos, says Carl Falk on the seventh working day at Henson Recording Studios North La Brea Avenue in Hollywood.

A studio where, among others, Beyoncé, Bruce Springsteen, Justin Timberlake, John Lennon, Pink Floyd and Neil Young recorded. Madonna called afterwards the Swedish låtskrivarteamet "My english harem" on Instagram. The picture was spread immediately in media around the world.

It was Aviciis manager Arash "Ash" Pour Nouri which selected participants in the Swedish team in the studio divided themselves into two groups: Carl Falk, Rami Yacoub and their longtime U.S. partner Savan Kotecha. In the other room Salem Al Fakir, Vincent Pontare and Magnus Lidehäll. Avicii worked in both studio rooms and contributed to the eleven låtutkasten.

- Madonna came in to the studio in the afternoon and stayed as long as it was needed. She walked between rooms and wrote the text and did about melodies and said "I like this" or "this I do not like" and "this I want to say in this song" or "this, I would not say". She was very much into låtskrivarprocessen and raised a lot of work.

Carl Falk describes, like many of Madonna's former partner, a strong musical world artist with full control over their means of expression and vision.

- She knew exactly what she wanted, there was a clear line to zoom in on. While she was open to it, we could come up with, the way we write melodies and songs. A warm and pleasant person simply. It was a very fruitful cooperation.

Something also Madonn a apparently thinks. On his Instagram she wrote afterwards:

"The end of a long week with Viking Leader AKA DJ Virgo AKA Avicii! So many great songs, "with the hashtag: # icantwait # revolution, adding later:" Great music, great vibes! "

Carl Falk describes the international interest in just Swedish songwriter who continues to be great.

- It is incredibly apparent. What is particularly enjoyable and inspiring right now is that everyone really listens to the songs and the music that comes from here. You simply get a lot of different fun projects and opportunities and what to do now so it is often Swedes involved.

What are you looking for explanations for the Swedish låtskrivarframgångarna? A success which hath roots anyway back to Denniz Pop and his pioneering act on Remixed Records in the early 1990s and later with the likes of Britney Spears, Ace of Base and the Backstreet Boys.

- I think it is the simplicity - we're good at melodies and writing effective pop music and has been for a long time, it's just listening to Abba made perfect and tasteful pop. Swedish songwriters are also extremely professional to work with: Swedes will not hungover three hours late to the recording studio. You work in place until you are ready and have a high work ethic.

Falk also believe that the Swedish sound is timely.

- It's perfect for us when the straight pop music gets inside and the music does not need to be strained cool. There's always a song that counts.

The mission of Madonna's new album arose Carl Falk and Rami Yacoubs part for their work in January this year with "Dar um jeito" ("We will find a way"), the song that will end the World Cup in Brazil this summer.

- After that we decided to do more things together with Aviciis team and see where it leads.

Falk and Yacoub has been initiated by the same Arash "As" Pour Nouri wrote the melody, the verse and chorus of World Cup song. They have worked with in Aviciis studio in Stockholm together with the Fugees star Wyclef Jean and with contributions from Carlos Santana.

- Our assignment was to write a song that sounded Brazilian on with clear samba swing, but also with the qualities that a real arenalåt should have. A song for the World Cup need to have sing-along qualities and should be easy to sing along to all, says Falk and mention Shakira's "Waka waka (This time for Africa)" from the 2010 World Cup as an example.

- Santana sent his guitar solo, I think he was in Las Vegas then and Avicii added his signature, especially in a more house-like party with Santana, from Malaysia where he was at that moment.

Carlos Santana will perform the song at the football World Cup ends on 13 July at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro along with Avicii and the Brazilian artist Alexandre Pire.

Perhaps there the Swedish songwriter Carl Falk on stage too.

- Given how football fan I am, that would be fantastic, of course.

Georg Cederskog

http://www.dn.se/kultur-noje/musik/vikingen-carl-falk-skriver-latar-at-nojd-madonna/
”Vikingen” Carl Falk skriver låtar åt nöjd Madonna
www.dn.se
”Det var rena lägereldssessionen och väldigt roligt. Hon är ett riktigt proffs.” Det berättar Carl Falk nu exklusivt för DN om Madonnas omtalade samarbete med honom och den svenska låtskrivargruppe...
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Ronnie Calderon commented at Apr 17, 2014 4:16:22 PM
        AWESOME!!!
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The Shack
at Apr 17, 2014 3:44:54 PM
We're slowly crawling out of this thermal plunge, today should be pretty nice for our Sign In Thursday. There's no race this week due to the Easter holiday, but we're still having our pool. So anyone can get their second drink free just by signing in. After Sunday will put all the balls back into the machine and pick the five place winners. Casey is inside today and our special is a Grilled Cheese BLT with Tater Tots for $5.50. Casey also has free pool till 5:00. Justin will be opening The Back at 2:00 and Tara and Allison will be inside tonight. This Saturday is our Easter Bash that starts at 8:00. There's free jelly beans, our Easter Egg Raffle where winners pick their own prize from our basket of crammed plastic eggs, and there's drink specials too. Plan to make it, it's a fun night. See ya.
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Chris McCullock
at Apr 17, 2014 1:58:46 PM
Below is our Division 1 Roster for Saturday's Game. If you have questions or cannot play Saturday, please contact me directly (I will check my messages today and will call if you include a number). PLEASE COMPLETE REGISTRATION EARLY TODAY.

F: Tim Namanny
F: Alex Zamora (Captain)
LM: Jadon Cutler
CM: Bryce Harrison
CM: Chris Wade (Captain)
RM: Jeremy Johnson
LB: Adrian Ibarra
CB: Justin Taysom
CB: Collin Walch (I've seen 2 spellings - hope I got it right)
RB: Michael Emmett
K: Christian Latimer

Subs:
Adam Marriott
Jake Parkinson
Chad Rasmussen
John Grant
Heath Logan Waddingham
Haroldo Darelli
Tyler Capson (TylerandSaffron Capson)

*** SOME ASSIGNMENTS ARE CONTINGENT ON ATTENDANCE AT TONIGHT'S PRACTICE (I think you know who you are). Also, some changes may be necessary due to injuries or work-related conflicts.

Later this morning, I will add a few notes about our formation. Please check back.
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Chris McCullock commented at Apr 17, 2014 4:42:31 PM
        FORMATION - KEEPING IT SIMPLE. We'll play a 4-4-1-1 (a small variation on the 4-4-2). FORWARDS: Tim Namanny will play in an advanced position - he's our target player, our pure striker. Get into the penalty area, Tim! Our other forward Alex Zamora, will play a little behind Tim and in front of our midfield -- ideally, he'll find space between the opponent's back line and midfield. He's our withdrawn forward, trequartista, deep-lying forward -- you get the idea. (I don't intend this to be a full blown 4-2-3-1.) CENTER MIDS: We'll have two central midfielders, Chris Wade and Bryce Harrison. You must be strong defensively! However, one typically will be free to make a forward run while the other shields our center backs. You're free to alternate those roles (please discuss before the game). LEFT & RIGHT MIDS: Jeremy Johnson and Jadon Cutler must provide attacking width. Also track back on defense. You'll cover a lot of ground! LEFT & RIGHT BACK: In addition to defending, Adrian Ibarra and Michael Emmett will play an attacking role (make a few more runs than you might in a typical 4-4-2). Also, if our left and right mids are cutting inside, you must provide width. CENTER BACKS: Justin Taysom and Collin Walch, safety first. Keep it simple. SUBS: please know these positions so you can play your part when called upon. Questions about what I expect? Call me! Also, we can discuss at practice tonight.
Haroldo Darelli commented at Apr 17, 2014 5:08:44 PM
        All registered and ready to go!
Christian Latimer commented at Apr 17, 2014 6:12:53 PM
        I think there are some players who are registered for D3 who aren't registered for D1 who are on this list. At a glance, Bryce Harrison was one of them. At least from what I saw on the league website.
Jeremy Johnson commented at Apr 17, 2014 6:32:28 PM
        I am calling to correct some of the people who signed up for the wrong division.
Chris McCullock commented at Apr 17, 2014 7:45:37 PM
        Excited about Saturday's game. Forgot to mention one thing - please arrive 30 minutes early for warm-ups.
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Bright Simons
at Apr 17, 2014 9:48:42 AM
Ghana's Leti Games on there big-time! Now let's show these observers how we do it in Ghana!
2014 MAMA Nominees revealed!
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2014 MAMA Nominees revealed!.
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Mary Lindow
at Apr 17, 2014 5:45:53 AM
Do you know the true and accurate facts of the events of the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ?
If you are a pastor this excellent message link gives accurate details that fully explain the timelines and events of the days that led up to the crucifixion and resurrection! READ AND LEARN!
Joseph Mattera
Five Errors to Drop From Your Easter Sermon
If you want to help people see Holy Week with fresh eyes, start by dropping these familiar fallacies.
Andreas J. Köstenberger and Justin Taylor/ APRIL 15, 2014
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1. Don't say Jesus died when he was 33 years old.
The common assertion seems reasonable that if Jesus "began his ministry" when he "was about thirty years of age" (Luke 3:23) and engaged in a three-year ministry (John mentions three Passovers, and there might have been a fourth one), then he was 33 years old at the time of his death. However, virtually no scholar believes Jesus was actually 33 when he died. Jesus was born before Herod the Great issued the decree to execute "all the male children in Bethlehem and in all that region who were two years old or under" (Matt. 2:16, ESV) and before Herod died in the spring of 4 B.C. If Jesus was born in the fall of 5 or 6 B.C., and if we remember that we don't count the "0" between B.C. and A.D., then Jesus would have been 37 or 38 years old when he died in the spring of A.D. 33 (as we believe is most likely). Even if Jesus died in the year A.D. 30 (the only serious alternative date), he would have been 34 or 35, not 33 years old. No major doctrine is affected by this common misconception. But don't damage your credibility by confidently proclaiming "facts" from the pulpit that are not true.

2. Don't explain the apparent absence of a lamb at the Last Supper by only saying Jesus is the ultimate Passover Lamb.
While it is gloriously true that Jesus is "the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world" (John 1:29), this does not mean there was no physical paschal lamb at the Lord's Supper. In fact, there almost certainly was: "Then came the day of Unleavened Bread, on which the Passover lamb [pascha] had to be sacrificed. So Jesus sent Peter and John, saying, 'Go and prepare the Passover [pascha] for us, that we may eat it [i.e., the pascha]'" (Luke 22:7–8; cf. Mark 14:12). Even if it isn't specifically mentioned in the Gospel accounts, eating the paschal lamb was an important part of every Jewish Passover (Ex. 12:3). This is why the disciples ate the meal together as a group, at night, within the city gates, where it would have been eaten with red wine and consumed before the breaking of bread and singing of a hymn. While there's disagreement about the nature of the Last Supper, we think it's clear that Jesus celebrated Passover with the Twelve on the night before the crucifixion—with Jesus making it clear that he saw himself in the tradition of God's mighty deliverance of his people Israel from bondage in Egypt by the blood of a sacrificial lamb.

3. Don't say the same crowds worshiped Jesus on Palm Sunday and then cried out for his crucifixion on Good Friday.
This kind of statement makes for a powerful sermon point to illustrate the fickleness of the human heart when it comes to Jesus the Messiah. But a couple of qualifications need to be added. First, it is not entirely clear that the "Hosanna!" crowd acclaiming Jesus' triumphal entry is the same group of people as the "Crucify him!" crowd gathered before Pontius Pilate. The former seem to be mainly pilgrims from Galilee along with Jesus's disciples, while the latter seem to be largely those from Jerusalem. Second, both crowds are expressing passion based on misunderstanding. As Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, the excitement of those proclaiming "Hosanna!" was based on an erroneous nationalistic conception of the Messiah. And when Jesus stood with Pontius Pilate before the Jerusalem Jews, stirred up by their leaders who were falsely charging Jesus with blasphemy, their condemnation was likewise based on a misconception of the Messiah's identity. The common bond between both crowds is not the fickleness of the human heart but the lack of genuine knowledge and worship of the humble Messiah and suffering Servant.

4. Don't bypass the role of the women as witnesses of the resurrected Christ.
The number and identity of the women in the resurrection accounts can be difficult to untangle, which is one of the reasons why we provide a glossary in The Final Days of Jesus as a guide. One of the confusing things, for example, is that no less than four of the women share the name Mary: (1) Mary Magdalene; (2) Mary the mother of Jesus; (3) Mary the mother of James and Joses/Joseph; and (4) Mary the wife of Clopas (who may have been the brother of Joseph of Nazareth). In addition, there is Joanna (whose husband, Chuza, was the household manager for Herod Antipas) and Salome (probably the mother of the apostles James and John).

As you preach this Easter, do not bypass the testimony of the women as an incidental detail. In the first century, women were not even eligible to testify in a Jewish court of law. Josephus said that even the witness of multiple women was not acceptable "because of the levity and boldness of their sex." Celsus, the second-century critic of Christianity, mocked the idea of Mary Magdalene as an alleged resurrection witness, referring to her as a "hysterical female … deluded by … sorcery."

This background matters because it points to two crucial truths. First, it is a theological reminder that the kingdom of the Messiah turns the system of the world on its head. In this culture, Jesus radically affirmed the full dignity of women and the vital value of their witness. Second, it is a powerful apologetic reminder of the historical accuracy of the resurrection accounts. If these were "cleverly devised myths" (2 Pet. 1:16, ESV), women would never have been presented as the first eyewitnesses of the risen Christ.

5. Don't focus on the suffering of Jesus to the extent that you neglect the glory of the Cross in and through the Resurrection.
Certain Christian traditions tend to focus almost unilaterally on the suffering of Jesus on the cross, on the incredible pain he had to endure, and on his humiliation and separation from God. This can be seen in cinematic depictions such as Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ, the Roman Catholic reenactment of his path to the crucifixion on the Via Dolorosa (the Way of Sorrows) in the stations to the Cross, and in quite a few sermons both of us have heard in the evangelical churches we attended (not to mention many of our favorite hymns). Of course, the four biblical Gospels, especially Matthew, Mark, and Luke, concur that Jesus suffered a great deal for us as he gave his life for our salvation so that we could be forgiven of our sins.

And yet, there is another aspect to the Easter story. It is best encapsulated in John's statement that Jesus, when he "knew that his hour had come to depart out of this world to the Father, having loved his own who were in the world … loved them to the end" (13:1, ESV). When introducing not only the scene of the foot-washing, but his entire passion narrative, John writes the following: "Jesus, knowing that the Father had given all things into his hands, and that he had come from God and was going back to God, rose from supper…" (13:3–4; cf. 14:28).

In other words, John is at pains to show that the Cross was not a dead end but a station on Jesus' way back home to the Father! This is why he strikes a triumphant note at the outset of narrating the Crucifixion: The Father had given all things into Jesus' hands, and Jesus was on his way back to his pre-existent glory which he enjoyed with the Father (17:5, 24)! It is, as the writer of Hebrews put it, "for the joy that was set before him" that Jesus "endured the cross, despising the shame" (12:2). This Easter, let's make sure we don't leave out the "glory" part when we tell the story of Jesus' suffering. No doubt, the Cross was glorious in and of itself in displaying Jesus' perfect obedience, God's love for humanity, and the God-man's rendering of substitutionary atonement for sinners. Jesus' earthly work is indeed "finished" (John 19:30), but his glorious work of ruling, reigning, and interceding continues to this day.

Andreas Köstenberger is senior research professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Justin Taylor is senior vice president and publisher for books at Crossway. They co-authored The Final Days of Jesus: The Most Important Week of the Most Important Person Who Ever Lived (Crossway)
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Gina Talmadge Quintana commented at Apr 17, 2014 6:05:52 AM
        This is so eye opening and exciting!! Powerful!! Thank you Jesus
Linda Brown commented at Apr 17, 2014 6:52:51 AM
        Excellent thanks for sharing insights.
Phillip Schleppy commented at Apr 17, 2014 6:27:01 PM
        Good, Good, Good.
Joe LoRusso commented at Apr 17, 2014 8:14:51 PM
        #3 always bugged me - it was not the same crowd - most did not know what was happening to King Jesus - Remember the religious leaders were fearful of killing Jesus because the people loved Him - therefore they had their supporters gather early in the morning -"Give us Barabbas" they yelled.
Valorie Thomas commented at Apr 17, 2014 8:31:59 PM
        Excellent post!
Sandy Bergt commented at Apr 17, 2014 8:39:04 PM
        Good stuff there!!!!
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National Evangelist Ministries
at Apr 17, 2014 1:30:52 AM
Mark 16:14-18

Here is, I. The conviction which Christ gave his apostles of the truth of his resurrection (Mar_16:14); He appeared to them himself, when they were all together, as they sat at meat, which gave him an opportunity to eat and drink with them, for their full satisfaction; see Act_10:41. And still, when he appeared to them, he upbraided them with their unbelief and hardness of heart, for even at the general meeting in Galilee, some doubted, as we find Mat_28:17. Note, The evidences of the truth of the gospel are so full, that those who receive it not, may justly be upbraided with their unbelief; and it is owing not to any weakness or deficiency in the proofs, but to the hardness of their heart, its senselessness and stupidity. Though they had not till now seen him themselves, they are justly blamed because they believed not them who had seen him after he was risen; and perhaps it was owing in part to the pride of their hearts, that they did not; for they thought, “If indeed he be risen, to whom should he delight to do the honour of showing himself but to us?” And if he pass them by, and show himself to others first, they cannot believe it is he. Thus many disbelieve the doctrine of Christ, because they think it below them to give credit to such as he had chosen to be the witnesses and publishers of it. Observe, It will not suffice for an excuse of our infidelity in the great day, to say, “We did not see him after he was risen,” for we ought to have believed the testimony of those who did see him.
II. The commission which he gave them to set up his kingdom among men by the preaching of his gospel, the glad tidings of reconciliation to God through a Mediator. Now observe,
1. To whom they were to preach the gospel. Hitherto they had been sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel, and were forbidden to go into the way of the Gentiles, or into any city of the Samaritans; but now their commission is enlarged, and they are authorized to go into all the world, into all parts of the world, the habitable world, and to preach the gospel of Christ to every creature, to the Gentiles as well as to the Jews; to every human creature that is capable of receiving it. “Inform them concerning Christ, the history of his life, and death, and resurrection; instruct them in the meaning and intention of these, and of the advantages which the children of men have, or may have, hereby; and invite them, without exception, to come and share in them. This is gospel. Let this be preached in all places, to all persons.” These eleven men could not themselves preach it to all the world, much less to every creature in it; but they and the other disciples, seventy in number, with those who should afterward to be added to them, must disperse themselves several ways, and, wherever they went, carry the gospel along with them. They must send others to those places whither they could not go themselves, and, in short, make it the business of their lives to send those glad tidings up and down the world with all possible fidelity and care, not as an amusement or entertainment, but as a solemn message from God to men, and an appointed means of making men happy. “Tell as many as you can, and bid them tell others; it is a message of universal concern, and therefore, ought to have a universal welcome, because it gives a universal welcome.”
2. What is the summary of the gospel they are to preach (Mar_16:16); “Set before the world life and death, good and evil. Tell the children of men that they are all in a state of misery and danger, condemned by their prince, and conquered and enslaved by their enemies.” This is supposed in their being saved, which they would not need to be if they were not lost. “Now go and tell them,” (1.) “That if they believe the gospel, and give up themselves to be Christ's disciples; if they renounce the devil, the world, and the flesh, and be devoted to Christ as their prophet, priest, and king, and to God in Christ a their God in covenant, and evidence by their constant adherence to this covenant their sincerity herein, they shall be saved from the guilt and power of sin, it shall not rule them, it shall not ruin them. He that is a true Christian, shall be saved through Christ.” Baptism was appointed to be the inaugurating rite, by which those that embraced Christ owned him; but it is here put rather for the thing signified than for the sign, for Simon Magus believed and was baptized, yet was not saved, Act_8:13. Believing with the heart, and confessing with the mouth the Lord Jesus (Rom_10:9), seems to be much the same with this here. Or thus, We must assent to gospel-truths, and consent to gospel-terms. (2.) “If they believe not, if they receive not the record God gives concerning his Son, they cannot expect any other way of salvation, but must inevitably perish; they shall be damned, by the sentence of a despised gospel, added to that of a broken law.” And even this is gospel, it is good news, that nothing else but unbelief shall damn men, which is a sin against the remedy. Dr. Whitby here observes, that they who hence infer “that the infant seed of believers are not capable of baptism, because they cannot believe, must hence also infer that they cannot be saved; faith being here more expressly required to salvation than to baptism. And that in the latter clause baptism is omitted, because it is not simply the want of baptism, but the contemptuous neglect of it, which makes men guilty of damnation, otherwise infants might be damned for the mistakes or profaneness of their parents.”
3. What power they should be endowed with, for the confirmation of the doctrine they were to preach (Mar_16:17); These signs shall follow them that believe. Not that all who believe, shall be able to produce these signs, but some, even as many as were employed in propagating the faith, and bringing others to it; for signs are intended for them that believe not; see 1Co_14:22. It added much to the glory and evidence of the gospel, that the preachers not only wrought miracles themselves, but conferred upon others a power to work miracles, which power followed some of them that believed, wherever they went to preach. They shall do wonders in Christ's name, the same name into which they were baptized, in the virtue of power derived from him, and fetched in by prayer. Some particular signs are mentioned; (1.) They shall cast out devils; this power was more common among Christians than any other, and lasted longer, as appears by the testimonies of Justin Martyr, Origen, Irenaeus, Tertullian Minutius Felix, and others, cited by Grotius on this place. (2.) They shall speak with new tongues, which they had never learned, or been acquainted with; and this was both a miracle (a miracle upon the mind), for the confirming of the truth of the gospel, and a means of spreading the gospel among those nations that had not heard it. It saved the preachers a vast labour in learning the languages; and, no doubt, they who by miracle were made masters of languages, were complete masters of them and of all their native elegancies, which were proper both to instruct and affect, which would very much recommend them and their preaching. (3.) They shall take up serpents. This was fulfilled in Paul, who was not hurt by the viper that fastened on his hand, which was acknowledged a great miracle by the barbarous people, Act_28:5, Act_28:6. They shall be kept unhurt by that generation of vipers among whom they live, and by the malice of the old serpent. (4.) If they be compelled by their persecutors to drink any deadly poisonous thing, it shall not hurt them: of which very thing some instances are found in ecclesiastical history. (5.) They shall not only be preserved from hurt themselves, but they shall be enabled to do good to others; They shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover, as multitudes had done by their master's healing touch. Many of the elders of the church had this power, as appears by Jam_5:14, where, as an instituted sign of this miraculous healing, they are said to anoint the sick with oil in the name of the Lord. With what assurance of success might they go about executing their commission, when they had such credentials as these to produce!
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Global Financial Integrity
at Apr 16, 2014 10:03:22 PM
Great speech from Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala in Mexico City today talks about the need "to look at both the supply and demand side of [illicit financial flows] – and to combat those who launder the money, as well as those who hide the money."
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA

Opening Statement by

Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Co-ordinating Minister for the Economy and Hon. Minister of Finance Federal Republic of Nigeria, At The First High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation

Centro Banamex Convention Center Mexico City, 15th April 2014

PROTOCOLS
Your Excellency, President Enrique Peña Nieto, President of the Republic of Mexico;
Your Excellency, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General;
Your Excellency, Mr. Angel Gurria, Secretary-General of the OECD;
Fellow Co-Chairs, Justine Greening of the UK, and Armida Alisjahbana of Indonesia;
Distinguished Ministers of Finance, Foreign Affairs, Economic Planning, and of Development Cooperation gathered here today;
Representatives of Parliaments, civil society organizations, and private sector institutions;
Members of the Press Corps;
Distinguished delegates, ladies and gentlemen:

1. Let me begin by thanking President Peña Nieto and the Government of Mexico for hosting us here at this First High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation. Let me also thank the organizers of this conference for also convening such an impressive forum which has delegates from national governments (including parliamentarians), from international organizations, from private sector businesses, from civil society groups, and also from private foundations.

2. This Global Partnership comes at an opportune moment. For many developing countries, the year 2015 will be a watershed moment. It will be a time when they reflect on the progress they made in the current Millennium Development Goals (or MDGs); and also a time for them to reflect on their development targets for 2015 and beyond. I believe the Global Partnership is a key instrument to deliver on the Post-2015 agenda, and in this regard we are grateful to have Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon here with us to support the linkages between the Busan and Mexico Agenda and the Post-2015 development process.

3. Distinguished delegates – we have come a long way in improving development cooperation since our initial meetings in Monterrey, Mexico (in 2002), to Paris (in 2005), to Accra, Ghana (in 2008) and Busan, South Korea (in 2011), and now on to Mexico City in 2014. Although Nigeria is one of the lowest recipients of overseas development assistance – in fact, we are a significant aid provider to other African countries through a $200m Trust Fund at the Africa Development Bank and a strong development cooperation partner to many countries – we are firm supporters of more effective development cooperation and true supporters of the shift in language referred to by Zainab Badawi in the opening sessions. We would like to see a true development partnership which is based on principles of mutual trust and accountability, and a shared sense of responsibility for the challenges we all face.

Progress on implementing key principles from the Busan Agenda
4. At the 2011 Conference in Busan, South Korea, we all made broad commitments to improve the timeliness and predictability of development assistance. At Busan, we discussed how to increase transparency in development assistance; how to ensure that developing countries took the lead in development cooperation; and how we could have a greater focus on results. From the discussions on progress since Busan this morning, I am happy to say here in Mexico City that we have made progress on the Busan commitments: more transparency, more untied aid, more country-led programmes, and more focus on results. From Africa’s perspective and from the perspective of my own country, Nigeria, we welcome this progress on agreed principles and urge that we continue to translate our words into action.

Improving Domestic Resource Mobilization
5. Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen – I am happy that this conference will also focus on the need to improve domestic resource mobilization in developing countries. As you may know, this is a topic being championed by Africa, and also being discussed by policy-makers all over the world. I am honoured to have led the discussion on domestic resource mobilization in this partnership. It is truly a discussion of interest to all partners in this cooperative and promises to bring innovative solutions to financing the Post-2015 MDGs.

6. Many developing countries have rightly observed that aid flows alone would not be adequate to finance their development plans. And so many countries have made efforts to improve their tax policy and administration, to broaden their tax bases, to combat tax evasion, and to improve management of their natural resource revenues. Clearly, this is a good area where external donor assistance can play a smart role, by providing aid to strengthen the tax systems of developing countries. Moreover, according to OECD research, we know that aid which is invested in improving tax administration in developing countries has high returns by generating even more resources for the recipient countries.

7. Let me also add that another problem which hinders effective resource mobilization for most developing countries is the scourge of illicit financial flows. This trend of capital flight from developing countries must stop! We must be bold to look at the reality in its face; to look at both the supply and demand side of this problem – and to combat those who launder the money, as well as those who hide the money. I hope this conference will work to identify and agree concrete solutions to this problem.

Knowledge sharing, South-South and triangular co-operation
8. Distinguished delegates – developing countries face many common challenges, such as providing jobs for their youths, investing in their public infrastructure, and also providing safety nets for their citizens. I think a gathering such as this Global Partnership can provide a useful forum for the exchange of information, ideas and best practices. May be one country which has been successful in improving its tax administration can share its lessons with others who are just embarking on the process. Or in another case, it may be some lessons on job creation or the provision of social safety net programs which could be shared with other countries.

9. Finally, let me stress the role of the private sector and civil society in achieving our development cooperation objectives. We cannot find adequate financing or create enough jobs unless we partner with the private sector including our own micro, medium, and small enterprises in many of our developing countries. Civil society is also essential for service delivery, and keeping us transparent in our development efforts. The private sector and civil society must be – and are – key partners in making the Busan and Mexico City Agenda a success.

Conclusions
10. To conclude, let me once again thank our host, President Peña Nieto; Foreign Minister Juan Antonio Meade and his team; the entire Government of Mexico; the OECD/UNDP joint support team and my Nigeria team, for convening this conference. Above all, let me say what a delight it has been working with my Co-Chairs. Thank you so much and much luck to the incoming Co-Chairs and Steering Committee. I look forward to the rest of our discussions.

11. Thank you very much.
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Jennifer Nocella Dugan
at Apr 16, 2014 8:42:48 PM
I know I have spoken about "My Runner Justin" to SO many people... this is an interview that he did recently - give it a listen!!!
Justin O'Connell
This is our friend, Justin. He's a runner who ran the Boston Marathon in 2013 and will be running again in 2014. He's an amazing inspiration. #kdc #kennedydo...
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Elizabeth 'Betsy' Mckenna commented at Apr 16, 2014 9:28:53 PM
        Great job on the interview, Justin and kudos for having the best guide anyone could have. I'll be tracking you two again this year; this time, to the real end!
Kim Dolan Hackforth commented at Apr 16, 2014 9:49:32 PM
        Have a great run with Jenny Justin. We will be cheering for you & Jenny!!
Kevin Counihan commented at Apr 16, 2014 10:06:35 PM
        I'll see you Monday at the bus pick-up or the start. He will finish this year.This my 150th marathon and 12 straight The Boston Marathon all mobilty impaired records. I sent the picture you took of Justin Oconnell and me to a local paper so the might print that with Justin's story by next Monday. I hope.
Justin Oconnell commented at Apr 16, 2014 11:58:03 PM
        Kevin Counihan i will run with you i have no plan time we will finish together as a team me you Jennifer Nocella Dugan this is our finish line im honord to know you kev your a real hero to us all. and thank you kim and eliz
Karen Nocella commented at Apr 17, 2014 4:22:37 AM
        Great interview. Are you running with Justin again?
Justin Oconnell commented at Apr 17, 2014 5:02:12 AM
        Hi Karen yes she is
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Justin Oconnell
at Apr 16, 2014 8:03:59 PM
justin strong interview thank you Amy Cogan for everything you have done for me i hope my story inspires you
Justin O'Connell
This is our friend, Justin. He's a runner who ran the Boston Marathon in 2013 and will be running again in 2014. He's an amazing inspiration. #kdc #kennedydo...
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Richard Katno commented at Apr 16, 2014 10:11:18 PM
        Awesome speech buddy. Best of luck at Boston. Yes you can!!
Kelli Johnston Wheeler commented at Apr 16, 2014 10:22:00 PM
        That was awesome, Justin! I cannot wait to finally meet you!
Heather Sherby commented at Apr 17, 2014 12:42:59 AM
        Awesome Justin
Amy Cogan commented at Apr 17, 2014 2:57:39 AM
        You're welcome Justin ! You're positivity, strength and athletic ability are truly inspirational!
Jessica Moore commented at Apr 17, 2014 3:23:12 AM
        What a great interview!!
Justin, you are such an inspiration to me!!
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Al Leach
at Apr 16, 2014 7:27:34 PM
Curriculum Committee: Part 1 - Grade Scale

Now I know how Charlie Brown must have felt all the times he tried to kick that football.

I wanted to wait until I had a moment to reflect on the meeting last night before posting, as it was incredibly frustrating from my perspective.

Let me recap a bit:
May 2013, I mentioned in a meeting with then school director about changing the grade scale. She didn't feel the board would be positive to the change without much data showing it would benefit most children.

December 2013, After I spend the better part of almost a year researching to make sure I had all the correct information and all the data needed to support a possible change I brought the issue in front of the board.

During the past year (2013), Rick was also speaking with community members about our grade scale. He was also doing his own research to how our community felt about using a 7 point scale versus other districts using a 10 points scale.

On, December 3rd, 2013 I presented to the board my data and findings about grade scale, then asked for the school board to look into a possible change. It was voted that night to create a special committee with teachers, parents, administration and school board members to find if the grading scale should be changed and how it would affect our students.

During January 2014, Justin Valentine (school board president), decided that a special committee was not the correct path and sent the grade scale discussion to the curriculum committee for discussion.

During the first meeting on February 18th, Dr Burke-Stevension gave her report and stated that the grade scale did not correlate to any possible gained improvement by moving from a 7 point scale to a 10 point scale. After much discussion, she would look into this further and agreed that a public survey should be created to see if the community would support a possible change and felt it necessary. NEVER did the discussion of the schools comprehensive plan and changing grading practices come into the discussion as being too time consuming for this consideration. In fact, Rick pointed out that if the district was going to be working with the teachers already on how grading practices need to be changed what difference did it make if we used a 7 point scale or 10 point scale. The plan was to train anyway.

Last night, Dr Burke-Stevenson after speaking with many professionals in our district and outside has now come to the conclusion "changing grading scale will not hurt our students". Wow talk about a positive statement there.

However, she believes that our school is way behind in grading practices and behind in other areas necessary to increase our teachings to the students. Ms Feola stated we are behind many districts in this area today and need to catch up to the practices used by other districts.

It was stated that what should be the process in the districts' opinion was to create a new committee with teachers and administration (the new director of education Mr Vorhis when he comes on board in JUNE) to discover if changing grade scale is necessary and best methods to incorporate it. Dr Burke-Stevenson now feels the teachers need to become more involved if a change were to take place.

This is were my charlie brown frustrations started.

So, I and Rick both seemed to be an agreement, the board approved to create a special committee only to be told no the curriculum committee would handle this, to now being four months and two meeting later that it really should be in a committee with teachers and the new education director.

After more discussion it then became: well if the board really wants to proceed then we just have so much on our plate now with the new state mandates and our comprehensive plan that maybe we should see about implementing our plan first and then get to grading scale. By the way the plan is going to take until 2017 and starts with the elementary students first.

Then after more discussion, it became well the board needs to decide how important this issue is and vote if the administration is going to proceed.

I took exception to Ms Feola statement of we are behind now and adding this on will be too difficult for our teachers.

First, I stated well WHO IS TO BLAME for our district being behind. Her comment was prior administration and board. I would respectifully disagree with her statement on who is to blame.

Second, I would like to know when our students, parents and other stakeholders are going to be included in the discussion of what is best for our district. I know full well that Ms Feola works endlessly to make our district the best it can be. She is so passionate about our district and works so hard. But I am sorry, someone has to worry about our students as well.

Dave Faulkner commented that his belief is our students are lazy in general, and if you lower any grade scale the students will simply only do the least amount necessary is appalling to me as a parent. I know my children are not lazy and care about every grade they get.

I COMPLETELY DISAGREE!

Is Mr. Faulkner suggesting that Pottsgrove has more lazy students than other districts? Those districts already have a ten point scale and yet are performing better than us, so how does student laziness factor in?

Justin was also in attendance for much of the meeting and mentioned that if the grade scale gets changed eventually that would be fine. He also stated that he felt he wasn't kept from acceptance to any colleges or any scholarships for his time as a Pottsgrove student.

I don't know if any applicant is told sorry you didn't get this scholarship because your grade point average is too low or if that was the reason he didn't get accpeted into any colleges. I don't think that is mentioned to the applicant. I also have to wonder if the college application process is the same since he went to school 15 plus years ago. I know that since I started looking into colleges the common application has changed twice and amount of competition for each spot and scholarship has changed dramatically.

Lastly, after the meeting I had spoken with someone that attended the Key Contributors meeting and they were also confused about the lack of support for the change from the administration. They were informed due to the overwhelming public support the district would most likely be changing to a 10 point grade scale pending board approval.

Speaking of the survey. I don't want to rehash the merits of how the survey was created, but we were told that the public supports the change. However, I asked twice for the numbers and the district simply continued to state the public supports the change and we have some very good sugguestion as well about how.

I know that it has been requested that the survey be made available for the public via a Right To Know request. Hopefully we see the final numbers released to the public.

It end the grading scale is going to be voted on by the school board if they wish to move forward with this or not. Hopefully they look at the survey and realize how important this issue is to us and with our glowing "will not hurt our students" support line from the district will vote to implement.

My personal opnion: (if you don't already have an idea from my above rant sorry)

Our district is playing two political moves with grading scale.

1. Delay and Stall
2. Make it look more complicated then it truly is

First, they know the data and the public doesn't support their position. Therefore, if they can keep the idea in the committee form maybe it will eventually go away or people like myself will get tired of banging a drum about it (NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN! I promise to that)

Second, Dr Burke-Stevenson read a list about as long one could imagine with a list of things that would be needed to accomplish a new grading scale and how it should be done properly. My question, the board is about to vote on a new 1-1 program with I would expect a totally different curriculum in a month or two to support the new technology. And the teachers are expected to learn and implement that new teaching practice with the computers within six months. I guess creating a new curriculum and the 1-1 program is easier then deciding what number makes up an A, B, C, D or F.

We are going to spend over $300,000 a year on the 1-1 program if anything shouldn't that have a list longer then the grade scale issue? Doesn't that need a committee with much study to properly implement?

The district might not believe this, but their teachers are already using a 10 point scale in their testing, just not for overall grading.

I have yet to see one teacher come to me and say well your son only has a 90 average, but I believe he did A work so I am increasing his score to a 93.

Our teachers use a percentage and the district decides what that percentage means for grading.

I felt like Charlie Brown last night.... AAUGH!!!!
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Danielle Conrad Leach commented at Apr 16, 2014 8:35:20 PM
        It's amazing to me that when they wanted the centers they moved on that VERY quickly but when it comes to what makes up an A,B,C,D, F it'll take 3 years! Seriously!! I said it last night to Al when he came home that the admin doesn't want it so they will stall as long as possible and come up with everything they can to make it sound complicated so the board votes no!! Not all, but some of them, think the public is stupid. They'll find out real quick how stupid we are next year when they are up for re-election!
That being said it's only a matter of time. People are fed up and if this board doesn't do something the community wants they will be replaced.
Mike Neiffer commented at Apr 16, 2014 10:54:36 PM
        Simple question with a difficult answer.... Does expanding the grading scale improve test scores?
Danielle Conrad Leach commented at Apr 16, 2014 11:32:22 PM
        Obviously Mike Neiffer you haven't looked at the data Al has provided to date. If you had you would already know the answer to your question. If you'd like, I can gladly ask him to explain it just for you.
John Rossi commented at Apr 16, 2014 11:32:28 PM
        No test scores are test scores. You either know the material or you don't changing the scale would bring us in line with other district's,also I believe that it would help college bound students compete for scholarships. P.S. This was written while in my hot tub in Cancun.
Mike Neiffer commented at Apr 16, 2014 11:35:01 PM
        Oh, I read it.
Danielle Conrad Leach commented at Apr 16, 2014 11:35:44 PM
        Then maybe you should read it again
Mike Neiffer commented at Apr 16, 2014 11:36:12 PM
        So I guess I can't disagree with it.
Mike Neiffer commented at Apr 16, 2014 11:38:31 PM
        John, enjoy your vacation! Stay offline. LOL
John Rossi commented at Apr 16, 2014 11:39:18 PM
        Good idea.
Danielle Conrad Leach commented at Apr 16, 2014 11:48:09 PM
        I didn't see a disagreement. I see a question being asked. Mike why don't you elaborate on your disagreement. State your opinion and provide some facts. Your more than welcome to do that
Lori Keefer commented at Apr 17, 2014 12:19:23 AM
        My opinion/answer to Mike Neiffer's question... I don't think changing the grading scale will increase test scores. However, I think it WILL put our students more in line with their peers in other school districts and better prepare them for what they will use in college. It will also improve confidence because they will no longer have to get a perfect score to obtain the A as is the case now. It will boost overall GPAs. Teachers are giving tests that are on a 10 point system now, but they're scored on a 7 point system. The two need to match.
Test scores will increase with curriculum changes and WHAT and HOW we teach them...not how we grade them on what they've learned.
Why do I think this? Because I pulled my youngest out of PGSD a couple of years ago and moved her to a school where they don't teach Everyday Math. She is being taught differently. And her overall math grade and her PSSA scores have drastically improved. Different curriculum that caters to every child's learning needs and they excel. My oldest in at the MS and busts her butt. She strives and works hard to earn her A's. And sometimes one test where she got one or two questions wrong drops her down to a B... a 92%. It is very frustrating to her. One or two questions wrong and she gets a B? How is that fair to our students?
Mike Neiffer commented at Apr 17, 2014 12:21:25 AM
        Thanks for the feedback, Lori. That was the intent of my question. I was hoping to get multiple responses, not initial answer posted.
Cheryl Pinto Rabinowitz commented at Apr 17, 2014 12:49:58 AM
        The phrase fait accompli comes to mind which would be the mot juste in this situation for those who understood French (if it was offered).
Rick Rabinowitz commented at Apr 17, 2014 1:13:31 AM
        Tish, that's French!
Al Leach commented at Apr 17, 2014 1:50:10 AM
        Only because I think this should be posted again.

The question Mike is referring to is one that many may have.

Does the grading scale simply help our students with college applications and put them on a level playing ground? or May the change have larger implications that many don't realize?

I will leave out the already known affects changing the grade scale would have on our high school students when it comes to college applications and merit scholarships. I think many will agree that this change does level the playing ground.

Lets focus on could changing the grading scale affect our middle school students and our overall testing scores.

I have studies that show younger children's self esteem is affected by a 7 point scale vs a 10 point scale. This low self esteem can fester to a point where as the younger child ages and matures they look negatively at school and become a self fulfilling prophecy. This is more prominent in lower demographics and minorities.

Second, as a student believes they can accomplish a grade acceptable to themselves and parents (parents are very important here) they take on the belief they can accomplish more. The level of engagement in classwork increases as does the student's self esteem and belief in one's grades. In a 7 point scale the self belief in reaching an acceptable grade is lower, and the overall work the student puts out can end up being less. Again this is more psychological.

Third, as the students reaches the secondary level (those that have built a psycological belief in their grading level being lower and possible lower self esteem in school) the want to take the advanced classes is affected again by the fear of not being able to reach an acceptable overall grade. Some believe that by giving a so called higher standard (7 point scale) that the student will work harder to reach the level. This does happen in some children, however it causes the opposite in many more.

Fourth, the more advanced classes and more skills the students learn the better the overall test scores will show.

My belief, and studies as well, state you could actually gain higher scoring and increased engagement with students in a 10 point plus/minus scale vs a 7 point scale. The overall affect is built in as the child matures and builds up the higher self esteem and expectation level of themselves in schooling.

The issue I see is Mike and some on the board are just not looking at the big picture. They simply think we are lowering our standards and believe many of our kids are lazy. I disagree.

The rigor of what the curriculum is currently still has to change. It must be become much more difficult and challenging. However, this is much more difficult in a 7 point scale.

Lastly, I am always open to anyone that disagrees. I welcome discussion and realize that not everyone is going to come to the same conclusion as myself.

I look forward to hearing from Mike or anyone that disagrees. That is why the facebook group is called Pottsgrove School District DISCUSSION.

I enjoy debating topics from all that are looking to improve our school district.

In the end, this ENTIRE thread and every thread I post is about providing information and hopefully helping our students to the betterment for all.
Jonathan Sotak commented at Apr 17, 2014 2:04:45 AM
        When did this grading scale change before and what did it take to change it?
Rick Rabinowitz commented at Apr 17, 2014 2:41:43 AM
        Jonathan, I asked that question at the previous committee meeting and it appears it has been in place for so long (at least 30 years) that no one knows the answer.
Mike Neiffer commented at Apr 17, 2014 1:21:33 PM
        Al, you suggest that I believe "many of our kids are lazy." That would be wrong. I simply asked a legitimate question about test scores and I quickly got a snide remark back. Not sure if that is how "Discussion" is defined. I do happen to disagree with you on this matter and was looking to see how others felt about the testing aspect of your argument. Lori Keefer was nice enough to share her feelings. You also decided to lump me in with "other board members" in stating I do not see the big picture. I have focused on the "big picture" of PGSD for a very long time, much longer than you an most people. In the end, some students may benefit from a grade scale change while others may take advantage of it in ways we do not intend.... that is human nature. So please stop trying to speak for me.
Al Leach commented at Apr 17, 2014 2:12:49 PM
        Mike, I think your intentions are well known, as is your reasonings behind your posts.

I don't need to speak for any person on these boards, they do a fine job of that by themselves.

I think you also might want to look over the survey results. Even with a clear attempt by the district to illicit a negative response, over 80% of the communtiy are in favor of the 10 point scale.

I welcome you to disagree we me on on any issue, but once in a while you need to have some facts and data to support your position. I have yet to see you provide any. I on the other hand did my homework and can provide many.

I also want to state I edited my comment above to reflect Mike did not say our students are lazy. That particular comment was only one member on the board and does not reflect all current or former board members' opinions.
Kelly Pellak Pilkington commented at Apr 17, 2014 5:30:19 PM
        I guess my question is why does everything have to be decided on "will it improve test scores"? Nurture the whole child, not just the test scores. Put them on an even playing field with other school districts, give them better opportunities at college/scholarship, teach them that you don't have to be perfect to succeed. INCREASE CONFIDENCE in themselves and their school. When did we become this type of community? I would bet my life that if you increase confidence, you will increase the test scores that seem to be our districts only concern these days due to funding. Ultimately, this is supposed to be about the children, not funding and paychecks.
Danielle Conrad Leach commented at Apr 17, 2014 5:51:38 PM
        Focusing on the big picture and not on teaching to take the tests to get a specific result!
Rick Rabinowitz commented at Apr 17, 2014 6:02:05 PM
        Kelly I wish I could hit like multiple times!
Kelly Pellak Pilkington commented at Apr 17, 2014 6:03:50 PM
        PV was just named in the top ten schools of PA, with a 10-point scale. I moved from that district for the smaller classrooms and tight nit community? I would have seen my son in his cap and gown, his 69.5 in english with a grade point 3.0 would have been 9 points above failing, he would have played lacrosse his senior year. It wouldn't have changed his test score as he struggled with English but it could have changed his life...please, please, let's look at the bigger picture. (oh and their test scores are considerably higher than ours if that helps it get passed) (Sorry for putting all the personal info out there son but I've had enough of being quiet)
Melanie Boyd Guerrette commented at Apr 17, 2014 7:11:41 PM
        Kelly Pellak Pilkington, I loved what you wrote regarding "nuturing the child vs focus on improving test scores". The reality is test scores ARE what admission directors look at (in addition to other aspects). Two families in my development just moved to PV & Boyertown school district because of those 'test scores', so we cannot discredit that fact. I am a firm believer in surveys/polls...the majority of parents seems to want this 10 point scale. If college admission boards are aware of each school's testing scale, will this make a vast difference? Maybe Al Leach can answer that for me :) I'm torn b/c my son in 'gifted' does very well with the 7 point scale (competitive in nature), yet my daughter would benefit from the 10 point grading system.
Mike Neiffer commented at Apr 17, 2014 7:49:09 PM
        Kelly Pellak Pilkington and Melanie Boyd Guerrette, thank you for your responses.
DP
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
at Apr 16, 2014 4:42:48 PM
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA

Opening Statement by

Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Co-ordinating Minister for the Economy and Hon. Minister of Finance Federal Republic of Nigeria, At The First High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation

Centro Banamex Convention Center Mexico City, 15th April 2014

PROTOCOLS
Your Excellency, President Enrique Peña Nieto, President of the Republic of Mexico;
Your Excellency, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General;
Your Excellency, Mr. Angel Gurria, Secretary-General of the OECD;
Fellow Co-Chairs, Justine Greening of the UK, and Armida Alisjahbana of Indonesia;
Distinguished Ministers of Finance, Foreign Affairs, Economic Planning, and of Development Cooperation gathered here today;
Representatives of Parliaments, civil society organizations, and private sector institutions;
Members of the Press Corps;
Distinguished delegates, ladies and gentlemen:

1. Let me begin by thanking President Peña Nieto and the Government of Mexico for hosting us here at this First High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation. Let me also thank the organizers of this conference for also convening such an impressive forum which has delegates from national governments (including parliamentarians), from international organizations, from private sector businesses, from civil society groups, and also from private foundations.

2. This Global Partnership comes at an opportune moment. For many developing countries, the year 2015 will be a watershed moment. It will be a time when they reflect on the progress they made in the current Millennium Development Goals (or MDGs); and also a time for them to reflect on their development targets for 2015 and beyond. I believe the Global Partnership is a key instrument to deliver on the Post-2015 agenda, and in this regard we are grateful to have Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon here with us to support the linkages between the Busan and Mexico Agenda and the Post-2015 development process.

3. Distinguished delegates – we have come a long way in improving development cooperation since our initial meetings in Monterrey, Mexico (in 2002), to Paris (in 2005), to Accra, Ghana (in 2008) and Busan, South Korea (in 2011), and now on to Mexico City in 2014. Although Nigeria is one of the lowest recipients of overseas development assistance – in fact, we are a significant aid provider to other African countries through a $200m Trust Fund at the Africa Development Bank and a strong development cooperation partner to many countries – we are firm supporters of more effective development cooperation and true supporters of the shift in language referred to by Zainab Badawi in the opening sessions. We would like to see a true development partnership which is based on principles of mutual trust and accountability, and a shared sense of responsibility for the challenges we all face.

Progress on implementing key principles from the Busan Agenda
4. At the 2011 Conference in Busan, South Korea, we all made broad commitments to improve the timeliness and predictability of development assistance. At Busan, we discussed how to increase transparency in development assistance; how to ensure that developing countries took the lead in development cooperation; and how we could have a greater focus on results. From the discussions on progress since Busan this morning, I am happy to say here in Mexico City that we have made progress on the Busan commitments: more transparency, more untied aid, more country-led programmes, and more focus on results. From Africa’s perspective and from the perspective of my own country, Nigeria, we welcome this progress on agreed principles and urge that we continue to translate our words into action.

Improving Domestic Resource Mobilization
5. Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen – I am happy that this conference will also focus on the need to improve domestic resource mobilization in developing countries. As you may know, this is a topic being championed by Africa, and also being discussed by policy-makers all over the world. I am honoured to have led the discussion on domestic resource mobilization in this partnership. It is truly a discussion of interest to all partners in this cooperative and promises to bring innovative solutions to financing the Post-2015 MDGs.

6. Many developing countries have rightly observed that aid flows alone would not be adequate to finance their development plans. And so many countries have made efforts to improve their tax policy and administration, to broaden their tax bases, to combat tax evasion, and to improve management of their natural resource revenues. Clearly, this is a good area where external donor assistance can play a smart role, by providing aid to strengthen the tax systems of developing countries. Moreover, according to OECD research, we know that aid which is invested in improving tax administration in developing countries has high returns by generating even more resources for the recipient countries.

7. Let me also add that another problem which hinders effective resource mobilization for most developing countries is the scourge of illicit financial flows. This trend of capital flight from developing countries must stop! We must be bold to look at the reality in its face; to look at both the supply and demand side of this problem – and to combat those who launder the money, as well as those who hide the money. I hope this conference will work to identify and agree concrete solutions to this problem.

Knowledge sharing, South-South and triangular co-operation
8. Distinguished delegates – developing countries face many common challenges, such as providing jobs for their youths, investing in their public infrastructure, and also providing safety nets for their citizens. I think a gathering such as this Global Partnership can provide a useful forum for the exchange of information, ideas and best practices. May be one country which has been successful in improving its tax administration can share its lessons with others who are just embarking on the process. Or in another case, it may be some lessons on job creation or the provision of social safety net programs which could be shared with other countries.

9. Finally, let me stress the role of the private sector and civil society in achieving our development cooperation objectives. We cannot find adequate financing or create enough jobs unless we partner with the private sector including our own micro, medium, and small enterprises in many of our developing countries. Civil society is also essential for service delivery, and keeping us transparent in our development efforts. The private sector and civil society must be – and are – key partners in making the Busan and Mexico City Agenda a success.

Conclusions
10. To conclude, let me once again thank our host, President Peña Nieto; Foreign Minister Juan Antonio Meade and his team; the entire Government of Mexico; the OECD/UNDP joint support team and my Nigeria team, for convening this conference. Above all, let me say what a delight it has been working with my Co-Chairs. Thank you so much and much luck to the incoming Co-Chairs and Steering Committee. I look forward to the rest of our discussions.

11. Thank you very much.
 Augustine Ohanwe , Dave Tetenji , Lagos Airport , Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala , Akinwusi Folusho , Benneth Ozor , Vince Jekwe , Balarabe Aliyu , Matthew Ade , Christine McAusland , Emmanuel Oturu , Stanley Ekechukwu , Eternal Optimism , Raymond W. Baker , CP Rolando Escamilla González , Godspower Chidiuto Onwudiwe , Engr Ahmed Abdulkarim , Global Financial Integrity , Clark Gascoigne , Frank Ogebule Onota , Engr Charles Nkemakolam Nwannunu , Safar Bin Kochet , Felix Ohai , Dechi Goddy , Olih Henrietta Chinenye likes this
Henry Gasppard commented at Apr 16, 2014 9:37:52 PM
        Is realy working nd by extention ... Africa
Henry Gasppard commented at Apr 16, 2014 9:35:31 PM
        This road map of Jonathan is positively work to really redeem Nigeria nd in an extention...Africa. Kudo u madam
Dimma Heroine commented at Apr 16, 2014 8:37:43 PM
        (y) nice one
Amanze Stephen commented at Apr 16, 2014 7:58:32 PM
        May God guide u all through.
Dechi Goddy commented at Apr 16, 2014 7:46:28 PM
        May Almighty God see you true.
Gabriel Eleanya commented at Apr 16, 2014 7:37:06 PM
        Thanks, God be with you,.
Harmony Kachinama commented at Apr 16, 2014 7:34:10 PM
        Fantanstic review
Emmanuel Iwuala commented at Apr 16, 2014 7:27:54 PM
        powerful presentation,good work ma
Akponodor Otega Blessing commented at Apr 16, 2014 7:17:51 PM
        Thank you ma, am proud of You. God bless you and your family
Eric Eze commented at Apr 16, 2014 7:13:26 PM
        Thats her job,congrats ma.
Musa A. Kigbu commented at Apr 16, 2014 7:11:21 PM
        my mama
Mohammed Ochokpefu Usman Dauda commented at Apr 16, 2014 7:01:16 PM
        Nice presentation,
Chyco Ònyishi Denis commented at Apr 16, 2014 6:32:43 PM
        Harvard 1st class....representing the green white green.. Weldon madam.
Reginaldo Emele commented at Apr 16, 2014 6:32:22 PM
        That is a thorough presentation and an icing on the cake on the need for developing countries to look inwards and utilize our resources-human and mineral.I am deeply impressed Nigeria is not depending on aid but this should transcend to discipline in tax administration and curbing of corruption.
Oloko Joseph commented at Apr 16, 2014 6:28:42 PM
        Nice one
Nkemji Ubani commented at Apr 16, 2014 6:16:08 PM
        Nice presentation by a true ambassador and vanguard of Nigerian Nation. Madam we are proud of you.
Melfah Maxwell commented at Apr 16, 2014 6:10:22 PM
        let us also try nd make our own infrastructure development work that we claim to pump tax payers money into,nigeria has wat it takes to develop witout foreign financial aid.
Monday Johnson commented at Apr 16, 2014 5:50:36 PM
        Pleace i am aveleble for your nest trip God bles you
Godwin Tarboh commented at Apr 16, 2014 5:45:47 PM
        We still believe in You.
Emele Promise Ugochukwu commented at Apr 16, 2014 5:38:41 PM
        Haters can kiss the transfamma...
Emele Promise Ugochukwu commented at Apr 16, 2014 5:35:51 PM
        Ride on ma....well meaning n patriotic Nigerians are proud of 'U'.

More powers to ur elbows......
Emmanuel Etim commented at Apr 16, 2014 5:07:03 PM
        Great presentation. Nigeria must work to become a truly developing nation and graduate from the leauge of nations needing international assistance.
Isaac Bright commented at Apr 18, 2014 10:25:43 AM
        Monday 21st April 2014 ,;;Day of Prayers and Fasting for
NIGERIA

Watch out for

The 21 Great revelations and Prophecies for Nigeria and the world.
(GOD visitation and Revelation,;; an encounter with GOD on the ,;
3-7-2013 to 7-7-2013 to 21-7-2013
on what will happen from
July 2013 to 2014 to2021 to 2028 to 2035 to 2049)
The 21 Prophecies, the prayers and the details
of the Spiritual Earthquake Coming;

a.. LOVE one person a day to change Nigeria, Africa and the world

LOVE one person a day to secure your future--(Gal5.13-15,.Gal6.7-10,15-17)

LOVE before it will be too LATE—(Lk16.19-31., Lk12.13-21., Lk10.25-37)

What would you be REMEMBERED for’’’(Lk6.27-36.,Lk14.11-14.,Lk10.25-37.,Mtt25.31-46.,Acts10.1-48)
What would be your ANSWER””(Lk7.1-10.,Lk12.13-21,22-34., Lk16.19-31.,Lk18.10-14,18-25.,Lk19.1-10)
Yes,
I believe

I believe Nigeria must be FREE- (Mk12.28-33.,Mtt22.36-40.,1Jn2.7-11.,1Jn.4.7-21.,Gal5.1,6,13-14.,2Cor13.11-14)
I believe Nigeria will CHANGE-(Gen1.1-3.,Jn12.35-36,46.,Jn8.12.,Heb8.10,13., Jn1.1-12,Jere23.29)
I believe Nigeria will be RESTORED-(Ps51.8-13.,Jn14.25.,Acts1.8.,Acts3.1-10.,Lk4.18.,Isaiah61.1.,1Sam16.12-15,23)

The west wind and the SPIRITUAL EARTH QUAKE Coming-(Exod14.13-14.,Exod10.19).
with
GOD Almighty JEHOVAH as---;’ LOVE, the WORD and the FREEDOM
JESUS as---;’ LIGHT, the POWER, and the CHANGE.
HOLY GHOST as -;’ FIRE, the MIRACLE, and the RESTORER
Akinwusi Folusho commented at Apr 17, 2014 11:18:21 AM
        Very sensitive the issue of capital flight,..........And Yet we are di lowest recipients of overseas development assistance....... Superb statement
Hassan Israel commented at Apr 17, 2014 11:05:03 AM
        Madam, as a young man, I'm proud of you at all times, but very unfurtunately, all your efforts in building national economy is as if you're fetching water in a basket, cos they're often being hijacked by some set of cabal and the ordinary Nigerians didn't understand this cos they had suffer these kind of promises in the hands of your past predecessors and to them you're all the same.
However, a very minimum number of Nigerians believe you and are willing to support and encourage your efforts to continue in what you are doing, meanwhile, you will require to do more of public enlightening to carry people along, that is what democracy stands for, a government of the people, for the people, by the people, allow people to participate, their contributions will only remain the perceptions and views or at most suggestion but not decision of an action for you to follow, not after you have analyse and weigh your initial plans and the peoples mind, if you explain why their suggestions is not use and you have got a better plan they will understand because they are aware you have more understanding than they do.
I wish you more wisdom in your career drive.
DP
LifeChurch.tv - OKC Campus
at Apr 16, 2014 3:58:08 PM
Prayer Requests for Week of April 14

 



Catherine – Please pray for success for the rest of my semester.  I sure need a miracle.


 



Allison – Pray for health, finances, job, staying focused on priorities and God's will. Pray I will be the person God wants me to be, to serve where He needs me.


 



Michelle – Please pray for Jenni who is fighting cancer.  She is married and has seven kids. She has amazing strength and unwavering faith.


 



Sue - Pray for Debbie who is having a triple bypass.  Pray for Leslie, a 30 year old mom who is in ICU after a stroke.  Pray for strength for her parents, George and Tim.


 



Tina - Continue to pray to change my grandchild's mom's heart to forgive me for things I said when told of the pregnancy.  She won't forgive me and it's been over two months since I have seen my granddaughter and she was just born.  I'm missing out and it hurts so much.  My son stands with her against me.


 



Ed – I am believing this week will be answered prayer. God's hand is in this for the issue.  I
pray for a new location for my father.

 



Maxine – Please pray my son, Jeff will start coming to church. 


 



Sophia - Pray for my younger sister that she can study harder for her graduation test.  Pray for me and my boyfriend.  He is moving away because of a job.


 



Quinn - Please pray for my 17 year old sister who lives with my parents. She is really struggling right now with depression. Praise God! I thought losing my job was a bad thing... but God had a big plan!  Everything worked out great! He is so cool!


 



Rebecca - Pray for me. I'm having surgery Tuesday on my eye. Pray for healing for my mom.  Cancer may have come back.


 



Sara - Pray for healing for Wanda’s eyes.  She's not blind but will have permanent damage to her eyes. 


 



Lisa - I thank God for another amazing week that God has protected and blessed my children, my friends and myself.  Pray for us to be sober and employed.  Pray for God to lead my children and me where He wants us to go. 


 



Rex - Pray for my niece’s husband, Roger who has skin cancer. 


 



Janice - Thank you Jesus for your presence in my life.  I need your guidance.  Help me to speak words of encouragement.  Lead my sons Brandon and Chris to be the spiritual leaders they are called to be. 


 



Tanya - Pray for change in my life.  I want to no longer have excuses but steps of change.  Thanks


 



Marilyn – Praise, our daughter and her husband have a healthy baby girl.  Pray they will once again become obedient to God and raise their daughter to love God.


 



Ashleigh - Pray for my husband’s safety while he is working in Mexico. Pray for guidance about whether I should visit him with our 4 year old and while I'm pregnant.


 

Rachael – Pray for my father.  He's had seven surgeries.  He is so ill, I'm afraid of him dying.  He's scared and alone.  He needs healing and love. Pray for him. 

 



Brian - Pray for our marriage and my son. Our marriage is falling apart after six years.


 



Clara - Pray for me as I've had two strokes in the past three weeks.


 



Londell – Pray that I will be a better husband and father.


 



Denisha - Thank you for your prayers for me and my marriage.


 

Dana - Pray for my friend, Kamille, whose mother had astroke.  She is trying to take care of her mom and go to school.  Pray that healing comes over her and her mother during this time.  Pray for my job situation.  I'm working on my internship and hope to become full time when I graduate in May.

 



Robyn - Pray for my heart to be stronger.  Pray for my father to turn towards God and away from alcohol.  Also pray for my finances.


 



Caitlin - My boyfriend's mom is very unstable.  She is addicted to prescription meds and alcohol.  She sends my boyfriend lots of hurtful messages. Pray for him and his sister. 


 



Kristin - A friend of mine is going through a storm in life.  I would like to see him happy.  I would also like to see him come to Christ.


 



Lynell - Thank you for praying for me.  I'm going to start taking anti-depressants soon. 


 



Larry - I would like to say a prayer for everyone to be exposed to Jesus Christ.  Pray for Travis and Natasha’s marriage; for Joe to find happiness; for my family and kids.


 



Marilyn - Please pray for Sarah.  She is serving in the Army in Germany and is discouraged. Thanks!


 



Paul – Please pray for me as I am having chemo for bone cancer.  Thank you.


 



Linda - Pray for my troubled and depressed teenaged son.


 



Peggy – Pray for healing and strength for Stephanie after a heart and liver transplant. Praise that her heart is healthy but her liver is getting diseased again.  Pray for God's healing and healthy recovery for Mark. Pray for Justin and his family who are moving.


 



Sarah - Charlotte, my mother-in-law has lupus. She had surgery and needs her strength back. Pray for her healing.


 



Cheryl - Pray for David who has cancer and Chris, whose mom has cancer.


 



Kim – Pleases pray that God will provide above and beyond what our adoption needs are.  Our "little man" is waiting for us in Haiti.  Praying for his safety and well-being.


 



Krystal - A prayer request about graduation has been answered.  God is good.  I still need guidance and favor with my job search, I just want to be where God wants me.


 



Bruce - Pray for my niece, Kelsey who is having her first baby.  Pray for continued healing for my brother Wes who has cancer.  Pray our contract at work will be renewed. 


 



Josh - Thank you God for all the blessings in my life.  Give me strength to attend my mom's wedding. 
Pray for my sister. Pray for my relationship with my girlfriend. 

 



Lauren - I’ve been struggling with my word "Trust". I feel the need to take it into my own hands.  Pray that I'm finally able to trust God for my dad who is an alcoholic and is losing his mother to Alzheimer’s.


 



Dana - I was sexually abused at age 13. I have struggled with intense depression ever since then. I have had more suicide attempts than I really remember. I have been on anti-depressants and have been in counseling

for years. I just had my first child a little over a week ago and I've been feeling myself slipping back. I do not want to be depressed like this any more, please pray for me to be healed.


 



Joy - Pray for my ex-mother-in-law who was involved in motorcycle accident and has severe injuries. Pray for my ex-sister-in-law who is dealing with the passing of her husband. Pray for my job.


 



Joyce – Pray for Carl who is having heart surgery and Jilliam who is on bed rest. Pray that I will be able to get the air conditioning in my car fixed.   


 



Shannon - My brother stopped talking to me six years ago.  Pray God will soften his heart.


 



Joey - Pray for Tass for freedom from addiction and lies.


 



Mindy – Pray for Rusty and Ashley, Dewayne, Deidre, Dani, Jobe, Marcum, Kyle, Courtney, Koben, Parker, Brittney, Justin, Katie, Sherry and Shawn.  Pray for Sissy who has breast cancer, Terrie and Kathi as they search for jobs.  Pray for Vern who struggles with alcoholism.


 



Lorinda - Thank you God for placing Lily in our life, she is wonderful blessing.  Pray for a
job in OKC. 

 

Terri - Pray for my family and me.

 



Dana – Please pray for our family today as our son keeps missing his curfew and we worry. Pray for our home, our family and our faithfulness.  We all love Life Church.  Praise God.


 



Sandra - Pray for my cousin Lynda, who keeps having dizzy spells, my brother who is still looking for a job and for my sons whose jobs are up and down.  Pray for Fay’s hip to get better so she could walk better.  Pray for several friends who have cancer.  God is good.


 

Mark - Pray for really great jobs for Mark and Ashley.

 



Sally – Pray for healing for my body and that cancer didn't come back.  Pray for God to guide the doctors during my daughter’s eye surgery.


 



Blair - Pray for the softening of hearts and minds of those who I am trying to bring to Christ. Pray for God to speak through me and guide me to act in a way that will show Christ to them.


 



Launa – Pray for Kevin who has been out of work since November.  I know God will provide a job.  He is providing our needs.  Thank you for your prayers.


 



Kristie – Please pray I will find a support group.  I need to be around others who understand what I'm going through and provide support. I have a chronic disease as well as my husband and two of my three kids. We are a single income family and struggle due to all the medical bills. Pray for the health and provision for my family.


 



Shannon - Pray for my boyfriend, Jeff to overcome addictions so that our relationship can be restored.  Pray that I overcome anxiety and obstacles inschool.


 



Clara - I want to pray for my counselor because she has been such a grace in my life.  Pray for my family and my grades. 


 



Regina - I’m the only one working in my family. My boyfriend just got the all clear from cancer and is looking for work.  I'm in the hole and don't know how to get out. I cannot pay all my rent and need help. 


 



Mike - I lost my job two months ago and my family is struggling financially.   Please pray that I will have peace and faith that God will help me find another job.


 



Del - Pray for Garrett who has clinical depression. God has helped him, but he's got a big hill to climb.


 



Kelsey - Pray for me to conquer my drug addiction and that my mom will stay healthy and sober from her alcoholism.


 



Emalee – Praise, I had constant back and hip pain.  I'm a ballet dancer and I thought I would have to quit but God healed me.  I have reconciled with my mom.  God has changed my life and my heart.


 
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Lanie Hux commented at Apr 16, 2014 4:01:57 PM
        Please pray for more healing. I had surgery last week and I am needing more prayers. Thank you,
Kathy Burch-Veazey commented at Apr 17, 2014 1:05:11 AM
        I recently lost my father unexpectedly and laid him to rest beside my mother who I lost 2 years ago after a battle with cancer. I have not been sleeping much since last Wednesday and have numerous bouts of breaking down into tears. I have two brothers who became greedy with my parents money after my mother passed and tried to keep me shut completely out of my fathers life. After a long court battle I was able to see my father 2 times per month and suppose to have eventually became unlimited visitation after the 1st month but that did not happen. I saw my Dad 20 times after court until he passed away. I am asking for prayers for my brothers to help them find the lord and get rid of the devilish actions and hurt they have been demonstrating . I have had a difficult time and it hit me very hard that neither one of my parents are here to call, love & tell that I love them. Please pray that god gives me strength to get through this difficult time.
Prayers needed please.
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