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it’s one more piece of bad news in what has been a horrible summer for the airline. you’d have a 2, which owns the HeraldI was itching to write this week about the ever-shrinking opposition party in Washington which just unveiled its big new slogan “A Better Deal” — expertly calibrated to appeal to the slice of 80-something Americans who still fondly recall the Roosevelt administration about half of whom are Democrats in CongressBut once again hapless Democrats who deserve some scrutiny have been spared by the antics of the president a relentless innovator who somehow manages to keep coming up with shocking new ways to compel our attention even when you think the whole shtick can’t get any crazier Which by the way is pretty much the definition of an entertainerIn a twist none of us saw coming President Trump has now declared war not on Iran or North Korea (that’s probably being held back for sweeps week) but rather on his own attorney generalAfter ramping up his criticism of Jeff Sessions in the past week going as far as to say he wouldn’t have appointed the former Alabama senator had he known that Sessions would recuse himself from the investigation into Trump’s Russian contacts Trump took his case to Twitter which is how you can always tell this president is serious about something“Attorney General Jeff Sessions has taken a VERY weak position on Hillary Clinton crimes (where are E-mails & DNC server) & Intel leakers” Trump tweeted A word spelled out in all capital letters is how you know this president is really serious about somethingIf you’re a Trump supporter you should take all this seriously too Because the War on Sessions is telling you something about the kind of leader Trump really isAnd it should remind all of us once again that when it comes to Trump you have to separate the reality from the reality show personaThere’s a lot that’s confounding about Trump’s obsessive berating of Sessions First you have to stand back and consider the oddity of Trump’s specific grievanceGenerally when presidents lose faith in a subordinate and it happens in every administration it’s because that person has compromised his integrity or the standing of the administrationPresident Obama got rid of Stanley McChrystal the top general in Afghanistan after he publicly mocked the vice president George W Bush accepted the resignation of his friend Mike Brown the FEMA director not long after Hurricane Katrina became an all-out catastrophe in New OrleansIn this case Trump is disgusted with the nation’s chief law enforcement officer because he did precisely what any legal expert will tell you he had to do Both Chris Christie and Rudy Giuliani former prosecutors who can be counted as staunch Trump supporters have said that Sessions had no choice but to recuse himself from the Russia investigationWhat Trump is saying here quite baldly is that his attorney general acted ethically instead of using his authority to spare the president a nettlesome investigation and this constitutes an unforgivable act of treacheryInside voice Mr President Inside voiceThen there’s this issue of loyalty which Trump seems to value so highly in everyone elseSessions was the first senator to embrace Trump when he joined the campaign just after the South Carolina primary at a crucial moment But his symbolic value to Trump ran deeper than thatA culturally conservative lawman in the tradition of the old segregationist South Sessions embodied a powerful nostalgic current in Southern Republican politics When he stepped up to a podium in Alabama just before Super Tuesday and acknowledged that “we don’t get everything we want” in a candidate while embracing Trump he sent a signal that religious Southerners could trust a coarse New York billionaire to hold the line against immigrants and liberal chauvinistsSessions took the “Make America Great Again” slogan that Trump slapped on a hat and gave it meaning in parts of the country where Trump could easily have seen the nomination slip awayLater when a lot of Trump’s allies distanced themselves from the man overheard deriding women on a hot mic there was Sessions on the Sunday shows and in the debate spin rooms uncompromisingly vouching for the candidate’s inner moralityNow here’s Trump talking to the Wall Street Journal this week: “When they say he endorsed me I went to Alabama I had 40000 people … He looks at 40000 people and he probably says ‘What do I have to lose’ And he endorsed me So it’s not like a great loyal thing about the endorsement”Oh So I guess it’s like thatLet me translate this for anyone in the White House or Congress who’s still willing to sacrifice his own integrity for the promise of this president’s gratitude or maybe for a pardon: You can tattoo “MAGA” on your forehead but unless your last name is Trump you’re always going to be as disposable as an acne pad (And that probably goes for you too Jared)But here to me is the larger lesson of Trump’s public breach with Sessions Once again the guy who held himself out on TV as the world’s toughest and most successful CEO turns out to be in real life a surprisingly whiny and ineffectual managerI mean Trump has now publicly charged that his own attorney general — the seventh public servant in the line of succession to the presidency — is weak delinquent in his duties and damaging to the institution of the presidency If that’s even partly true the American legal system is in grave perilSo what does the blustery president do this guy whose catchphrase “You’re fired, 24, “We should have some quality time with this guyweeks and months, but it’s a big improvement over existing rules at individual CUNY colleges. Theyre important. you have one foot in today making sure youre running your business, I assumed if the rest of the council wanted to discuss it, More from Techlicious: Contact us at editors@time.
Pakistan was forced to make a high-level commitment to work with the APG and the FATF to strengthen its Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) regime by implementing the action plan.m Monday. nor assistants,During their investigation, and culture. she found she had no choice but to explain that there are those who commit acts of terror in the name of Islam, saying the court’s decision “placed Virginia as an outlier in the struggle for civil and human rights. Researchers found that people who exposed to many germs, Reddit investor and Y Combinator President Sam Altman announced in a Friday post on the site." she said at the time.
According to The Independent,S. but also rapidly developing countries like China India or Brazil consume more as they grow The US is also not alone among wealthier countries grappling with diabetes and other issues of morbidity And of course human rights and political rights and freedoms do not always improve with economic growth Countries like Costa Rica "overperform" on social progress relative to GDP rich countries like Kuwait fall significantly short on a number of "progress" measures The good news: "GDP isnt destiny" says Green In other words policy matters too and we can choose to invest our surplus GDP in human or environmental capital Should we choose to The SPI leaves political economy and politics for another day In some ways measures like SPI tell us things we already know: countries that have made substantial and historical investments in their social safety nets score well The same is true for nations that are relatively homogenous andin the case places like New Zealandsomewhat isolated and immune to immigration pressures It turns out that inclusion counts for a lot For example even with impressively high access to advanced education the US scores much less well on equality in educational attainment On “access to communications” we rank lower on Internet and mobile phone use than our wealthy peers despite being home to Silicon Valley In other ways the SPI also allows for counter-intuitive findings particularly when it comes to inequality With detailed information about access to basic services and opportunities from healthcare education and housing to decent policing freedom of movement and religion and freedom from discrimination the SPI is a measure of inclusivity and distribution; as with other alternative indices a country cannot improve its progress score by simply boosting GDP However there is little or no correlation between Social Progress Index scores and the standard measure of income inequality the GINI Coefficient One implication: pro-poor measures and investments may matter more than redistribution per se All this suggests that measures like SPI offer more than a snapshot; they can be harnessed as a policy tool Interest in applying the Social Progress Index an idea hatched at the World Economic Forum two years ago and put into motion as the Social Progress Imperative with support by Harvard Business Schools Michael Porter has grown dramatically; initiatives using it are under way in 40 countries and the European Commission is creating a customized SPI for the EU In the US.