Daily Archives: August 4, 2016

The Rio Olympics 2016 – Live Streaming Video Links

The Rio Olympics. New events have been added like golf and 7s rugby.

http://www.eventsdraw.com/olympic/rio-olympic-2016-live-stream/

Rio Olympic 2016 Live Stream. Get all the updates of Olympics 2016 games news, schedule, venues, opening ceremony, ticket and medal information.

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – August 4, 2016

Guyana: LATEST NEWS – 04 August 2016 – Kaieteur News… (see other News sources at the end of this entry) 

State of the Climate in 2015 – By Rosaliene Bacchus

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State of the Climate 2015

Photo Credit: American Meteorological Society

The year 2015 saw the toppling of several symbolic mileposts: notably, it was 1.0°C warmer than preindustrial times, and the Mauna Loa observatory recorded its first annual mean carbon dioxide concentration greater than 400 ppm. Beyond these more recognizable markers, trends seen in recent decades continued.
~ American Meteorological Society, State of the Climate 2015, August 2016.

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The report, compiled by NOAA’s Center for Weather and Climate at the National Centers for Environmental Information is based on contributions from scientists from around the world. It provides a detailed update on global climate indicators, notable weather events, and other data collected by environmental monitoring stations and instruments located on land, water, ice, and in space.

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Guyana Consulate New York launches new website

Guyana Consulate New York launches new website

By Tangerine Clarke – http://www.caribbeanlifenews.com/

NY ConsulatePhoto: Deputy Consul General Jacquelyn Hamer and Consul Communications Specialist, Aquafie Munroe.

Guyanese in the Diaspora will have easy access to a wide scope of functions on a new state-of-the-art website launched recently by the Guyana Consulate, New York as the consulate seeks to raise its profile by implementing new and innovative programs and initiatives, that will help support nationals and the overall development of services.

Deputy Consul General Jacquelyn Hamer said she built the site  from the ground up to make it technology savvy, user-friendly and content-driven, making it seamless for citizens to use, she told Caribbean Life in the her Manhattan office, recently.    Continue reading

What the Democrats Don’t Get …And Why It Could Cost Them the Election

What the Democrats Don’t Get (And Why It Could Cost Them the Election)
by John Atcheson –  August 02, 2016 by Common Dreams

Maybe the Democratic Party convention looked like a smashing success. But was it? (Photo: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

If you’re a Democrat, you probably think the Democratic Convention was a big success.  Not only did they silence the Bernie die-hards, but they dispatched some serious heavy artillery on Trump by calling out his fear mongering and his megalomanic, “Only I can fix it.”

And, yes, the first post-convention polling suggests Hillary got a bump from the convention, and Trump continues to be an idiot. But so far, Democrats have failed to confront the two issues they most need to address, and unless they do, that bump will disappear and it’s likely to cost them the election.

The first issue they neglected is the very real fear and anger most voters are feeling, and the second is the deep distrust the vast majority of voters have for Hillary.   Continue reading

Signs of the Coming Economic Crash – By Thom Hartmann

Signs of the Coming Economic Crash – By Thom Hartmann

Monday, 01 August 2016  – TRUTHOUT

(Photo:Paul Hohmann)

Eight years after the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, the economy is doing much better in many important ways. We have now seen almost 80 straight months of job growth, unemployment is down below 5 percent and some numbers suggest that wages are ticking upwards, however slowly. But make no mistake: The next crash is coming. It’s not a question of “if.” It’s a question of “when.”

And that’s because the underlying cause of the 2008 crisis is still with us today — the economy is too financialized.

See more news and opinion from Thom Hartmann at Truthout here.

According to government statistics, the financial services sector of our economy — i.e. Wall Street, the big banks and all their various tentacles — only employ about 4 percent of our workforce, but now accounts for something like a quarter of all corporate profits.    Continue reading

Guyana Family Day – Washington DC – August 21, 2016

Guyana Day

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