Couldn't disagree more with the reviewer expert guys above and below.
This film was better than The Hurt Locker - should've won the Oscar for many reasons.
Right vs. Wrong in a multi-layered world of fantastic images.
Film was creative, fast-moving, absorbing, thoughtful and FUN!
Can't shake it: AZ Senator playing Video Poker while "at work".
Nope. If the NLRB is truly an "independent US government agency with responsibilities for enforcing US labor law in relation to collective bargaining and unfair labor practices, " then they are failing big time. If your AZ tax dollars go to some CEO who craps on employees and pockets huge profits, don't count on them for nothing. .
The Mexican president has 2 years left and, for whatever reason, he shot himself in the foot on TV and will just have to limp on somehow. The Phx speech by Trump seemed more of the same original bombast. Whenever this guy starts to get serious and explain some basic plans and procedures, it will be appreciated: "Your lives are going to get so much better, believe me!" just does not cover anything. Nothing is serious about promises that hollow.
He said, he said. Nieto was interviewed on Mex TV. He said. Trump went to Phx. He said. Recently, 85% of Mex people polled said Nieto made a BIG mistake, and that he was a wimp. Clearly, Nieto gave Trump a double-dais and got blown off the stage.
The problem is that Trump DID receive a "polite reception" in Mexico, even with a televised dual-dais press conference. And he made a proper fool out of the Mexican president Nieto, who stood like a wooden statue instead of hyperblasting him on the spot as Trump lied about what was said behind closed doors. Once Trump left the vicinity, Nieto finally woke up and Tweeted his version of the meeting - only to be quickly quagmired in denials and followed by Trump's attack speech in Phoenix. Nieto not only came off as weak-kneed and bureaucratic, but more than a little naïve.
From my reading seat this is a long, sad list of strange, thought disordered behaviors. Anyone county supervisor who, with serious intent, demands "round-the-clock patrols" from county employees is abusing the office. And anyone who, with serious intent, calls 911 and says that "my life is in danger" unless they remove internet content is more than a little unbalanced mentally.
Being paid with "taxpayer money" should mean that charter schools will open their books for taxpayer review and approval. But it apparently does not make them flinch at all. The examples mentioned by John Oliver for administrative malfeasance, deceitful "EMO" operations and hollow online charters are not fictitious. And as such, these operations are not just unethical but they are truly repulsive and nauseating abuses of a public trust. All charter school operations should open their books and show how they work and who gets what. Anyone who runs a clean and effective charter should just do it.
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