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Who Color Coordinated the Wardrobe for the Phoenix Arizona Protesters from California?

Protesters or as J.D. Hayworth refers to them “…Rent-A-Mob…”!

New Game, match the shirt to the thug group! 32 Unions to Choose From:

Yellow aka Cowards and Paid to Act Up Colored Shirts
Green aka Faux Climate Weirdness Colored Shirts
Red aka Communist Leaning Colored Shirts
White aka The Sun Will Reflect and I Will Stay Cooler Colored Shirts
Black & White Striped aka I know I Will Make a Jerk of Myself and Might as Well Be Ready for Jail Colored Shirts
and more but who really cares? If you were Patriotic Americans you’d be wearing the Red, White and Blue~

Hundreds arrive from LA to protest 1070

abc15com | July 29, 2010

More than 500 people met at L.A. Dodgers’ stadium and traveled to Phoenix on board eleven chartered buses to protest against SB 1070.

Didn’t look planned or staged at all (rolling eyes)! And you made such an impact ~ Phoenix Arizona – Union Thugs From LA Can’t Stand the Heat Leave in Defeat, NOT! What a bunch of tools, these Union fools! You embarrassed yourselves and spent your brethren union members’ funds. NICE! Of course 32 Unions breaking a “Shouted Out Boycott” means nothing either. Scruples, none!

Also: By the amount of trash you left behind, your Unions should be billed for the cleanup!

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Online ~ Biofuels Technology with Biodiesel Certificate Minnesota West Community and Technical College?

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Via Stimulus Watch one will find:

Grant Minnesota State Community and Technical College Business and Entrepreneurial Services, business incubator program $99,335 Detroit Lakes MN 3 0

DETROIT LAKES, MN

MINNESOTA STATE COMMUNITY TECHNICAL COLLEGE

Grant: $99,335Rural Business Cooperative Service – Aug. 21, 2009

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Award Description: Hiring of business entrepreneur center staff and start up equipment for the business incubator.

Project Description: Activities in the past quarter, we have hosted three Speaker Series events in the ongoing Entrepreneur Series. We are in the process of outfitting eight incubator offices, including two student incubator spaces. Our incubator offices have leases executed on four of them with two currently signed to date. Business information and mentoring has been given to approximately 55 individuals since the director was hired July 1, 2009. Preparing the Entrepreneurial Venture (PEV) course is being offered with enrollment of 12 students.

Jobs Summary: BES Director oversee business incubator, provides technical assistance to business start ups and existing business expansion oppurtunities. Administrative assistant provides support to BES Director and incubator clients. Intern has also been hired to assist as needed. (Total jobs reported: 3)

Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed

This award’s data was last updated on Aug. 21, 2009. Help expand these official descriptions using the wiki below.

So is it the Chicken (Incubators) or the Egg (Algae) that is a work in progress?

Or even something else?
http://stimuluswatch.org/2.0/awards/view/46746/collaborative-research-development-of-efficient-petascale-algorithms-for-inhomogeneous-quantum-mechanical-systems

Curious goings on, with Stimulus funds!

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Contraceptive Studies via the Stimulus for Notre Dame, What’s That All About?

In the past when I predominately wrote for The 912 Project Fan Site, I wrote the pieces Blame Notre Dame (FR. Jenkins) for the Shame of the Obama Game and Pay No Attention to That Man Behind the Curtain…. My religion has not forsaken me, and I will not forsake one of its great institutions.

I often tread the StimulusWatch site and thought… with the sudden illumination of taxpayer funds to be deviated for abortions, I would put in the search term Abortion and see what it returned. Much to my alarm the first entry was for Notre Dame:

Type Description Amount City State Jobs Vote
Grant The Impact of Early Access to Oral Contraception on the Health of Women and Child $89,729 Notre Dame IN 1 0
Grant Genetics of Moral Cognition $50,811 Boston MA 0 0
Grant Human Decidual Leukocytes and Their Placental Ligands $414,786 Cambridge MA 1 0
Grant ARRA Uterine NK Cells in Primate Pregnancy $574,102 Madison WI 1 0
Grant MEIOTIC INTERACTIONS OF THE RECA HOMOLOGUE DMC 1 $245,677 Chicago IL 1 0
Grant SIALIC ACID O-ACETYLATION IN GBS PATHOGENESIS & IMMUNITY $79,997 La Jolla CA 0 0
Grant A RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF LETROZOLE VS CLOMIPHENE IN INFERTILE WOMEN WITH PCOS $274,042 Hershey PA 0 0
Grant CELLULAR IMMUNE RESPONSE TO RVFV INFECTION $28,056 Galveston TX 0 0
Grant Antioxidant Status, Diet, and Early Pregnancy $271,987 Lebanon NH 0 0
Grant SUBJECTIVE EXPECTATIONS AND BIRTH CONTROL CHOICE $85,427 Santa Monica CA 0 0


Drilling down to the link one discovers:
NOTRE DAME, IN

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME DU LAC

Grant: $89,729National Institutes of Health – May. 29, 2009

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Award Description: This project will explore how historic changes in young women?s access to oral contraception affected the health of women and their children. During the 1960s and 1970s, most states changed the age at which young unmarried women could obtain a prescription for oral contraception (?the pill?) without their parents? consent. These policy changes created significant variation in whether women could obtain the pill across states and time. Using regression analysis on data taken from a number of readily available sources, the investigators will exploit this variation in access to the pill across place and time to examine how early legal access to the pill impacted various health-related outcomes of young women and their children. Regarding young women, the investigators will examine how early legal access to the pill affected the likelihood that a young woman gave birth, obtained an abortion, or became a single mother. Regarding the children of young women, the investigators will examine how maternal access to the pill affected child mortality and birth weight, and how maternal access to the pill affected the likelihood that a child grew up in a single parent household, in an impoverished household, or in a household on welfare or public assistance. The findings of this research project will be significant for both researchers and policy makers. The investigators know of no work in any discipline that exploits birth control?s historic diffusion to examine its relationship with abortion; the connection between these two fertility control technologies remains an open question. Moreover, a large body of work in economics suggests that access to abortion had important impacts on children?s living circumstances and wellbeing, but this work raises the as-yet unanswered question of whether access to the pill?the major fertility control innovation in recent history and the most popular form of contraception in the United States?also affected childhood outcomes. The investigators will make significant contributions to all of these issues. Moreover, the project will help shed light on current policy debates regarding historic demographic trends, such as the rise in single motherhood among young women occurring in the 1970s. The data needed for this project are readily obtainable and preliminary research is currently under way.

Project Description: As defined in the Award Description field

Jobs Summary: Subaward: Faculty Tenured (Total jobs reported: 1)

Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed

This award’s data was last updated on May. 29, 2009. Help expand these official descriptions using the wiki below.

I did spend a considerable amount of time attempting to locate the designated 1 job holder/faculty member without any luck. Hopefully the Notre Dame Alumni can pursue this incomplete project and determine its worth!

I want to thank all of my contacts at Notre Dame today, you know who you are!

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SEIU Education and Support Fund Inc Received Money via the Stimulus? Why?

The “Inc” leads one to believe there is another issue entirely but:

So did the American Taxpayers pay for this asinine stunt? Where are the Stimulus Funds as the record still shows:

Jobs Summary: None as of yet. (Total jobs reported: 0)

Project Status: Not Started

This award’s data was last updated on Sep. 6, 2009?

It doesn’t look as though any education is ongoing or has truly occurred! Unless Thug101 was up for grading in the “training”!

This project was for Worker Health and Safety Training Cooperative Agreement? It is described as:

Award Description: To integrate the Project’s hazardous materials emergency training from its Parent Grant into existing workforce development training programs for healthcare. This will be accomplished through collaboration with the Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP), a decade-long partnership of SEIU Local Unions and healthcare employers. The Supplemental Project will use existing classes and class materials from the Parent Grant. The Project will access the target population through the unique conduit provided to SEIU ESF by the national network of local unions of the Service Employees International Union. It will build on its existing and strong relationship with one consortium partner from the Parent Grant, the SEIU1199 Training Fund in New York while expanding into new geographic areas for training healthcare workers through the H-CAP. The second aim of this proposal is to accelerate the purchase of replacement equipment and supplies needed to prepare for an anticipated demand for the Project?s hazardous materials emergency training for state departments of transportation and facilities for highway maintenance crews that clean and maintain roads, highways, shoulders, bridges and roadsides and maintain vehicles and for waste water treatment and distribution workers. The four states (Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire and New York) in which the Parent Program provides training have been allocated more than one billion dollars for transportation and water-related construction projects funded under the ARRA and are expected to create at least 10,000 new construction jobs.  Over the 13 month period of this Supplemental, the Project proposes to hire one full-time and one half-time staff, to train 932 healthcare workers and 160 state highway and water workers and add an additional 12 worker-trainers to our existing network under the Parent Grant. The Project will operate as a consortium, led by the SEIU ESF.

Project Description: To integrate the Project’s hazardous materials emergency training from its Parent Grant into existing workforce development training programs for healthcare. This will be accomplished through collaboration with the Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP), a decade-long partnership of SEIU Local Unions and healthcare employers. The Supplemental Project will use existing classes and class materials from the Parent Grant. The Project will access the target population through the unique conduit provided to SEIU ESF by the national network of local unions of the Service Employees International Union. It will build on its existing and strong relationship with one consortium partner from the Parent Grant, the SEIU1199 Training Fund in New York while expanding into new geographic areas for training healthcare workers through the H-CAP. The second aim of this proposal is to accelerate the purchase of replacement equipment and supplies needed to prepare for an anticipated demand for the Project?s hazardous materials emergency training for state departments of transportation and facilities for highway maintenance crews that clean and maintain roads, highways, shoulders, bridges and roadsides and maintain vehicles and for waste water treatment and distribution workers. The four states (Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire and New York) in which the Parent Program provides training have been allocated more than one billion dollars for transportation and water-related construction projects funded under the ARRA and are expected to create at least 10,000 new construction jobs.  Over the 13 month period of this Supplemental, the Project proposes to hire one full-time and one half-time staff, to train 932 healthcare workers and 160 state highway and water workers and add an additional 12 worker-trainers to our existing network under the Parent Grant. The Project will operate as a consortium, led by the SEIU ESF.

Or is the money still circling around and through the administration slush fund and back again like:
OSHA cites Hilltop Health Center, seeks $24G fine
or is SEIU yet to earn it:
SEIU Unions Endorse Dannel Malloy For Governor In Large Boost For Campaign; Battle Of Unions Continues?

I’m sure it is just sloppy bookkeepingcough, cough

Remember to check your own city, county, state and see what’s not going on at StimulusWatch site for irregularities.

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Just Where The Stimulus or TARP Funds Are Not Going … Your Library!

Not to your local Library Branch or School Library

LibraryJournal.com reports:

Federal Library Funding Frozen, as Expected, in President’s Budget

Geesh, why help unemployed Americans with research on job skills or in finding jobs? You know one of the first resource expenditures daily is the newspaper and magazines that may have to be cut. What about internet services for those who have no computers or computer access due to job loss and tightening of their belt? What about childrens’ programs?

Chief Officers of State Library Agencies or COSLA are not amused in this “State Librarians ‘Deeply Disappointed’ by President Obama’s Freeze on Library Funding” press release.

According to Stimulus Watch 2.0 using the keyword – LIBRARY the results of 2009 plans for just the 50 (without specifics) returned show little to no implementation. Where is the money and jobs just on this Library search for 2009 let alone 2010 and 2011? hmm?

Already Enacted High Dollar Higher Education Debt Forgiveness

Bogus POTUS during the State of the Union Address hit upon a plan to create a debt forgiveness for graduates of college. Hmm? Looks like it’s already in effect as this very informative CNN video displays:

http://edition.cnn.com/video/#/video/politics/2010/01/27/gutierrez.stim.money.docs.cnn?iref=24hours

Looks like $300 million in stimulus funds has already been spread to another government agency – The National Health Service Corps under the umbrella of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services(hmm?) Dr. Rishi Manchanda has already signed a contract and is already working in a clinic? Maybe the clinic has uninsured patients or could illegal alien patients be the customers? Notice the conversation at the end of the video is conducted in Spanish?

Just a thought, is Bogus POTUS nurturing favors for the future of these young college educated men and women’s votes or the future amnesty recipients’ votes (since he’s playing all sides). Quite an achievement and in the worst possible way. Did you know your tax dollars are recycling and squandered for the benefit of the Liberal agenda of the administration? Guess who gets left holding the bag? I see a radical deal with the devil and the devil always gets his due.