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FNM Split Leader reaches out to DNA

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNassau, Bahamas, December 12, 2016 – The Bahamas has a new leader of opposition business in the House of Assembly; her name is Loretta Butler Turner and she was on Sunday sworn in by Governor General, Dame Maguerite Pindling.Butler Turner and others formed a coup, which on Wednesday forced Hubert Minnis, the actual leader of the FNM, potentially out of  the position due a constitutional right for them to claim no confidence in him and see him ousted.Hubert Minnis remains leader of the Free National Movement, but is no longer leader of Opposition business in the House of Assembly.  There was also upheaval in the Senate as most of the FNM Senators had resigned following the move late last week.Late breaking info from the Bahamas right now is that Butler Turner, has made Branville McCartney of the DNA the leader of government business in the senate. Related Items: #MagneticMediaNewscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

Trump Announces Shanahans Withdrawal as DOD Chief Esper Named to Become Acting

first_imgActing Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan withdrew from consideration to become the agency’s permanent chief and will be replaced by Army Secretary Mark Esper, President Donald Trump announced Tuesday.“Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan, who has done a wonderful job, has decided not to go forward with his confirmation process so that he can devote more time to his family,” Trump wrote in a tweet. “I thank Pat for his outstanding service and will be naming Secretary of the Army, Mark Esper, to be the new Acting Secretary of Defense. I know Mark, and have no doubt he will do a fantastic job!”The surprise withdrawal concluded a bumpy and challenging tenure for Shanahan in the Pentagon’s top job. In recent weeks the administration offered no explanation why Shanahan’s nomination paperwork had not reached the Senate, according to Politico.During Shanahan’s tenure criticism had surfaced about his lack of military experience, his deep ties to his former employer Boeing and complaints that he permitted White House intervention in his chain of command.Shanahan’s surprise withdrawal also coincided with the publication of details that emerged of alleged domestic violence incidents involving Shanahan’s son and his then-wife that the FBI investigated as part of his background check.Shanahan has served as the Pentagon’s acting secretary since January after Marine Corps Gen. Jim Mattis resigned from the post in late December. Shanahan has served at the Pentagon since 2017, becoming an under secretary that year.DoD photo by Lisa Ferdinando ADC AUTHORlast_img read more

first_img Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. 2 min read July 21, 2014 As 3-D printing technology edges steadily towards wider implementation, one industry likely to be disrupted is that of toys. If consumers can simply print out their own dolls, curios and figurines, the thinking goes, then why need they purchase them elsewhere?Perhaps sensing this eventuality, Hasbro — the Pawtucket, R.I.-headquartered toy giant — announced today a groundbreaking partnership with Shapeways, an online 3-D printing marketplace where designers can share and vend their own creations. Marking what the companies say is the first time that a global brand has opened up its intellectual property to let fans make and sell their own products, Hasbro has granted five artists license to create My Little Pony figurines. The toys will be sold on a co-created site entitled SuperFanArt.Related: This Company Makes 3-D Printed Headphones That Perfectly Fit Your EarsThe artists, selected by Hasbro and Shapeways, were given complete creative control (so long as their designs were not “obscene, violent or hateful,” reports The New York Times), and they were also able to set their own prices.Nineteen total designs are currently available, ranging in price from $24.99 to $99. Each is available for purchase today and will also be on display next month at Comic-Con International: San Diego.The initiative will roll out with additional artists, products and Hasbro brands — which include G.I. Joe, Mr. Potato Head and Transformers — in coming weeks.Related: Will.i.am Wants You to Buy This Eco-Friendly 3-D PrinterMore than 900 total fan-created ponies could ultimately exist within the marketplace, Shapeways said in a blog post — many of which will have been contributed by the “Brony” community, or older male My Little Pony fans.By choosing to share some of its rights from the outset, Hasbro could theoretically keep closer tabs on the My Little Pony brand as a whole while engaging die-hard fans and generating significant marketing buzz, according to the Times.“We’ve already seen a passionate My Little Pony following on Shapeways,” said its co-founder and CEO, Peter Weijmarshausen, in a statement, “and are thrilled that Hasbro is opening its doors for the design community to actively work with a global brand.”Related: This Gadget Will Let You 3-D Print in Nutellacenter_img How Success Happens Listen Nowlast_img read more