Once Again Nader and West Team to Elect a Republican President

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West Suckin' Up - but look at Obama's Face

Beneath the Spin * Eric L. Wattree


West Suckin' Up - but look at Obama's Face

So Ralph Nader and Cornel West have teamed up yet again to sabotage the Democratic Party. They’re currently canvassing the country for Democratic opponents to challenge Obama in the primaries. According to Nader, “Without debates by challengers inside the Democratic Party’s presidential primaries, the liberal/majoritarian agenda will be muted and ignored.” And he goes on to say, “The one-man Democratic primaries will be dull, repetitive, and draining of both voter enthusiasm and real bright lines between the two parties that excite voters.”

If my grandfather was still around he’s say, “These two fools have more nerve than a brass-ass monkey.” And he would be right. I’m shocked that either of them have the nerve to even open their mouths, because the last time they teamed up during the 2000 election to “excite the voters,” they excited the Democratic Party right out of office. I used to joking tell friends that after Bush was sworn in, his very first act as president was to take down a picture of George Washington and replace it with a picture of Ralph Nader in the Oval Office . . . MORE

Once again nader and west team to elect a republican president

Eric L. Wattree
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ARMY DISTRIBUTED LEARNING SYSTEM COMPETES FOR GOVERNMENT ‘OSCAR’ FROM HARVARD





US Fed News Service, Including US State News May 4, 2006 The U.S. Army Japan issued the following article in Torii:

By Meggan Kring Special to Torii The Army Distributed Learning System (DLS), part of the Army’s Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS), recently announced that it has been included among the Top 50 programs announced by the Innovations in American Government Awards – considered the “Oscars” of government – and is eligible to win one of seven grants.

Army e-Learning, a component of DLS, earned the honor based on the outstanding professional and personal Web-based training it provides to 1.4 million Soldiers and Army civilians worldwide. The online curriculum includes 2,600 courses in IT, foreign languages, business, leadership and professional development and is available anytime, anywhere, at no cost. armyelearningnow.net army e learning

“This is an amazing accomplishment for our program,” said Lt. Col. Robert A. Bean, product manager for Distributed Learning System. “DLS took ownership of Army e-Learning in mid-2005. Since then, we have more than doubled our enrollment. The product offered to users and the cost savings for the Army, is something to be noticed.” Now in its 19th year, the Innovations in American Government Awards are a program of the Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. The Innovations Awards are administered in partnership with the Council for Excellence in Government. armyelearningnow.net army e learning

The Top 50 programs exemplify the most innovative, creative and results-oriented efforts in government today that are making a real and significant difference in the lives of countless Americans.

The selection committee chose the Top 50 programs, representing governments at the federal, tribal, state, county and city levels, for their novelty and creativity, effectiveness at addressing significant issues and problems, and the ability to be replicated by other jurisdictions. The programs represent governments’ best efforts in the areas of education and training, criminal justice and public safety, economic and community development, housing, health and social services, management, transportation, public works and environment.

Eighteen finalists, chosen from among the 50, were announced during Public Service Recognition Week. The National Selection Committee on Innovation in American Government will then select five winners in addition to two special awards: the Annie E. Casey Foundation Innovations Award for Children and Family Services and the Fannie Mae Foundation Award for Innovation in Affordable Housing. These seven recipients of $100,000 awards will be announced July 10 at a ceremony in Washington, DC.

As part of the Army’s PEO EIS, the DLS is a worldwide distributed learning system responsible for fielding multiple training systems simultaneously and the success of each program directly impacts the Army’s ability to meet its training mission. To date, DLS has trained over 750,000 Soldiers through one of the five components it supports: Digital Training Facilities, Enterprise Management System, Army Learning Management System, Deployed Digital Training Campuses and Army e-Learning.

Author Details
Eric L. Wattree is a writer, poet, and musician, born in Los Angeles. He’s a columnist for The Los Angeles Sentinel, The Black Star News in New York, and a Staff writer for Veterans Today. He’s also the author of A Message From the Hood.
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