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Washington State Rep. Pramila Jayapal introduced the most aggressively paced, well-defined version of Medicare for All in the final week of February. It was drafted with seniors, nurses, doctors, people with disabilities, and more at the table. The issue enjoys popular support from a majority of self-identifying Republicans, Independents, and Democrats. The time has come. However, the measure faces an uphill battle within Democratic Party ranks. Per Gritpost, Pharma and Insurance gave $43m to 130 House Democrats so that they will who are not backing Medicare-for-All.

subtitle 3 From Hell

Corporate bosses will likely ultimately side with health insurers out of fear of corporate taxes. Tying employment to healthcare also keeps many people from leaving their job. When people with diabetes see insulin jump 270% in a decade, you guarantee people stay in jobs they hate in order to stay alive.

Languages Available in: The download links above has Hellraiser III - Hell on Earthsubtitles in Arabic, Bulgarian, Danish, Dutch, English, Farsi Persian, Finnish, Korean, Norwegian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Ukranian, Vietnamese Languages.

This series queries the current state of film on a continent that has seen dramatic transformations in the past two decades, supporting a course that explores how European cinema is responding to the current economic and political crisis situation that endangers the project of a unified and strong European Union consisting of partner nations that was initiated soon after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Selected films from countries such as Germany, France, Belgium, Denmark, England, Greece, Spain and Italy discuss and visualize the impact of increasing migration into Europe today. Professor: Bastian Heinsohn. Screenings are free and open to the public.Friday, January 22 at 3pm

Philippe Lioret (France 2009) 110 min. 35MM. With Vincent Lindon, Firat Ayverdi. French, Kurdish & English with English subtitles.A compassionate immigration drama about the hope of new beginnings and the power of true love, Welcome centers on two couples contending with issues of separation and dislocation. A 17 year-old Kurdish refugee has struggled his way through Europe for 3 months, trying to reunite with his girlfriend, who recently emigrated to England. Stopped by authorities on the French side of the Channel, he meets a swimming instructor in turmoil over his imminent divorce. Their relationship is an extraordinary account of human bonding that won the Ecumenical Jury & Europa Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival.

Jonas Carpignano (Italy/France/US/Germany 2015) 107 min. DCP. With Koudous Seihon, Alassane Sy. Multiple languages with English subtitles.This remarkably timely, eye-opening look at an all-too-real issue charts the death-defying struggle of African migrants as they risk everything to start a new life in Europe. Ayiva (first time actor Koudous Seihon in a revelatory performance) and Abas (Sy) are close friends from Burkina Faso determined to make it to Italy in order to find work and provide for their families back home. But even after surviving the harrowing journey nothing can prepare the two men for the hostility and violence that awaits them.

Aki Kaurismäki (France/Finland 2011) 93 min. 35MM. With André Wilms, Kati Outinen, Blondin Miguel. French with English subtitles.In this warmhearted portrait of the French harbor city that gives the film its name, fate throws young African refugee Idrissa (Miguel) into the path of Marcel Marx (Wilms), a well-spoken bohemian who works as a shoeshiner. With innate optimism and the unwavering support of his community, Marcel stands up to officials doggedly pursuing the boy for deportation. A political fairy tale that exists somewhere between the reality of contemporary France and the classic cinema of Jean-Pierre Melville and Marcel Carné, Le Havre is a charming, deadpan delight.

Do any of these tools enable you to do things like embed background animations, or animate menu transitions? How about setting easter eggs, or changing DVD player settings like subtitles, language, and audio settings? (Log in to post comments) The Grumpy Editor's video journey part 3: DVD authoring Posted Jan 3, 2008 1:26 UTC (Thu) by khim (subscriber, #9252) [Link]

P.S. I've done some work with DVDs and the only thing I can say about this format: it's a mess. Why the hell they need to have 10 copies of everything in different places ? To confuse players if something is not 100% consistent ?

When, as a university administrator, I needed a break from the stress of reports and committee meetings, I retreated to the library stacks. There, I devoured stories of war from soldiers and civilians. The same held true at academic conferences; between sessions, I explored the Civil War collection of whatever college I was visiting. The material was so remarkable I began to write it down: descriptions of terrible wounds and deaths, the grief of families, the misery of hospitals, the plight of starving civilians, rapes and atrocities.

Eventually, I had a pivotal conversation with Robert Brugger, senior acquisitions editor at the Johns Hopkins University Press. Bob is a military veteran. He served as an officer in a combat unit in Vietnam. While still in uniform, he made a commitment to try to inform the public about the nature of armed conflict. He wanted to correct misconceptions about what happens in a theater of operations. Bob strongly encouraged me to write Living Hell, and it was he who suggested the subtitle, The Dark Side of the Civil War.

So here it is, a book about the complete human cost of the Civil War. It is arranged in a logical way to take the reader on a journey through the full experience of the war. The introduction sets the scene by recreating the milieu in which the war came. Then, in the eight chapters that follow, we escort the reader down the dirty, dusty road of war, from military enlistment to camp, then on the march, to the battlefield, and from there to the hospitals, the graves, and the haunted minds of psychologically wounded soldiers. As we draw the reader along, the landscape grows ever darker, and we deal with massive civilian deprivation and social dislocation, invasion and violation. The road then stretches to the far horizon, charting some bleaker legacies of the war, even down to the twenty-first century.

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