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The relationship is made even more fraught when Peeta confesses during a live interview that he has a crush on Katniss. Though she fears making emotional connections that could compromise her desire to win, she agrees to portray the image of a unified front, an idea proposed by their sponsor Haymitch.
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The Games are held in an arena in a forested area. She sleeps in trees and hunts game. Each night, faces of the dead are broadcast into the sky. As she stays hidden, she learns that Peeta has allied himself with the "Career Tributes," those tributes from the richer districts who train their entire lives for the Games. Meanwhile, the Gamemakers, those who design the Games, continue to manipulate the surroundings in order to keep the Games entertaining. After a severe burn following a firestorm, Katniss is trapped in a tree above the Careers.
That night, she makes contact with Rue, the youngest tribute, who Katniss associates with Prim.
Rue is up a nearby tree and suggests she defeat the Careers by dropping a wasp nest on them. She does so, in the process getting stung herself but also scattering the Careers and gaining for herself a bow, her strongest weapon.
The wasp stings produce hallucinations, which slow her down and almost cost her her life, until Peeta helps her to escape. She is understandably confused. Katniss and Rue form an alliance and make a plan to destroy the supplies that are keeping the Careers powerful.
Rue sets fires to distract them while Katniss pieces together that they are protecting their supplies with landmines reappropriated from a Gamemaker design.
When she uses the mines to explode the supplies, she is blown backwards and knocked out of commission for a few days. She returns just in time to see Rue killed by another tribute, who then quickly becomes Katniss's first kill.
As a small act of rebellion against the Capitol, which expects the tributes to dehumanize one another, Katniss sings to Rue and decorates her corpse with flowers before the body is fetched by the Capitol. The Gamemakers announce that the rules have changed, and that the two tributes from a district can serve as co-victors.
She then finds Peeta, who was cut badly after helping Katniss escape the Careers.
She does her best to help him recover, but it isn't until Haymitch sends her a gift following a kiss she shares with him that she understands that playing up the romance angle could pay off. They spend days growing closer in a cave, but Katniss lacks the skill to cure Peeta's wound.
When the Gamemakers announce that a "feast" will be held to draw the tributes together for crucial supplies, she tricks Peeta and heads to the feast. In trying to get her gift, which she assumes is anti-infection medicine for Peeta, she is almost killed by a Career, but saved by the other tribute from Rue's district.
Phillips, with the assistance of a religious-liberty nonprofit, appealed.
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The case went up to the U. Supreme Court, who ruled 7 to 2 in Mr Phillips' favor this summer. In the interim Mr Phillips had been subjected to death threats and his shop had been vandalized.
The two homosexuals had, after all, with no difficulty at all found a different baker to bake a cake for them. Nobody had been deprived of anything; no-one suffered any loss. That very day—June 26th —a Denver attorney named Autumn Scardina went to Masterpiece Cakeshop and asked Mr Phillips to make xer a cake that was blue on the outside and pink on the inside, to celebrate xer change of sex from male to female.
Mr Phillips of course refused, so now he's in court again.
The villain in this case is the Colorado Civil Rights Division , a state regulatory agency, Director Aubrey Elenis, a young-looking white lady. Ah, civil rights—what evil is done in thy name!
Merry Christmas, Mr Phillips! It is now known to every sentient being in Central America that if you show up at a U. One very natural consequence of this widespread knowledge is that multitudes of people from Central America have been showing up at our border posts making such claims. A general knowledge of human nature tells us that while some of the stories may be true, most are probably false. If I were running our immigration system I'd want some clear, indisputable evidence to support the claim.
If I were making this nation's laws, I would not make a law so easily gamed by unscrupulous foreign liars and would-be philosopher-kings in our judiciary; and if such a law existed, I'd hasten to repeal it. Ex-Attorney General Jeff Sessions was of the same kidney as myself.
He ruled that asylum should be only for those who have "a legitimate fear of persecution on the basis of their race, nationality, religion, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group," which is what U. Quote from Jeff , speaking back in June: "The vast majority of the current asylum claims are not valid. Jeff's policy was challenged by twelve Central Americans who'd been deported under it.
It would, I am sure, be more precise to say that the policy was challenged by American open-borders legal activists using the twelve Central Americans as a front. Wednesday this week a federal judge ruled in the plaintiffs' favor. This is the same judge, by the way, who, the day before that ruling, accused former national security adviser Michael Flynn of treason for factual errors in an informal conversation with FBI agents—a conversation obviously set up by the FBI for purposes of entrapment.
The judge here is Emmet Sullivan , a quadroon from the look of him, originally nominated to the U. District Court in D.
Quote from him: It is the will of Congress—not the whims of the Executive—that determines the standard for expedited removal. That's a nice turn of phrase: "the whim of the Executive. And then the Wall, the Wall. I cheered on the Wall when Trump put it at the front of his campaign in ; and of course we should have a secure barrier to separate us from the semi-barbarous nations to our south, most of which are not so much nations as criminal enterprises.
Still, I'm starting to worry that Trump's need for a Wall—and he really does need it, if he's not to be thrown out of office in to jeers of derision and hoots of contempt—I'm worrying that this Wall obsession is crowding out real patriotic immigration reform.
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I want to see a wall, but not at that price. In fact, looking through the other end of the telescope, I'm asking myself what price I personally would accept for dropping all talk of a wall. Would I give up on a wall in return for universal compulsory E-Verify with severe sanctions on offending employers? Yes, I would. Would I give up on a wall in return for a full moratorium on legal immigration, some tiny categories like spouses and dependent children of citizens excluded?
I think I might. Would I give up on a wall in return for an end to birthright citizenship, the green card lottery, refugee settlement, and asylum—again with a handful of Solzhenitsyn-level exceptions on asylum?
That's just me opinionating, of course. President Trump doesn't have the option of giving up on the Wall. He's too committed to it. Those of us pushing for patriotic immigration reform do need to keep these other issues in play, though, and not let discussion of them get drowned out by Wall talk. A Wall would be great; but it wouldn't restore our national sovereignty or demographic stability by itself. We saw an illustration of that the other day when Nancy Pelosi said on national TV that a border wall would be, her actual word , "immoral.
That is our strip-mining of poor countries for their most talented people. Headline: There are more Ethiopian doctors in Chicago than in Ethiopia. I'm going to post a slight skepticism on that one. The original source seems to be lefty British politician Glenys Kinnock, speaking in the European Parliament in and wrongly identified as Gladys Kinnock in most of the secondary references.
As a lefty, Ms Kinnock was I suppose trying to make a point about the wickedness of the First World, i. How does she square her point, I wonder, with lefty enthusiasm for uncontrolled immigration?
The fact as stated is not implausible, though. The brain drain from poor countries to rich ones has been a talking-point among development economists for decades. It ties in with Smart Fraction Theory , which argues that for national flourishing you need a certain minimum proportion of high-IQ citizens.
If Smart Fraction Theory is correct then regions like sub-Saharan Africa, with low mean IQ, while they undoubtedly have some smart people, may not have enough for stability and prosperity. Headline, this one more current: Romania's brain drain: Half of Romania's doctors left the country between and That's dated , from an English-language Romanian website, which actually gives the numbers.
Still the lure of North American or West European salaries and standard of living is enough to entice away half the country's trained doctors. So how come the immigration moralizers never talk about this?
I've watched a lot of immigration chat on TV this past few weeks; I don't recall the topic coming up at all. To the contrary, what does come up a lot is Republican politicians telling us we should be more choosy about who we admit—only the brightest, best-educated, most accomplished! Don't those people's home countries need their bright, educated, accomplished citizens way more than we do? Could someone please ask moralist-in-chief Nancy Pelosi about this? And now, our closing miscellany of brief items.
What they did was kind of dubious. It reformed some aspects of the federal prison system.
The what Act? Got that? There'll be a quiz period afterwards.I was caught up in the story of a unique journey which led to answers about loneliness, disabilities, the unwanted, and the way to live without fear as a free person.
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