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19 Feb 19
Daily PLM Think Tank Blog

Another topic that caught my special attention at Solidworks World 2019 was future development and updates about 3DEXPERIENCE Marketplace. I already shared information about this product on my blog before. At Solidworks World 2018 and DS 3DEXPERIENCE North America forum in Boston. Check these articles out – DS Big Dreams, 3DEXPERIENCE Market place and part […]

19 Feb 19
cycloneous

In what can be considered the most egregious use of force and conduct unbecoming of a civilian police officer, two American citizens, Rhogena Nicholas and 59-year-old Dennis Tuttle, who were gunned down, excuse me, murdered by a botched no-knock raid by the civilian Houston Police Department on January 28th, 2019. The raid, or should I say, […]

19 Feb 19
Social Media with The Mountaineers

The Values of The Mountaineers through Social Media By: Alex Benedict What constitutes value? No, not monetary value, but moral value. Well to make sure we are all on the same page. Value as defined by Bell (2013) “is a belief, ideal, or principle that a person or group has that determines what is correct, […]

19 Feb 19
Carpe Diem Creative

There are always those first night noises in a new home that take some getting used to, such as the loud clanging as cars drive over a loose metal grate outside our front door. Standing in the garden each morning, I relish the temperate climate and beautiful bird calls. I smile at the sight of […]

19 Feb 19
Peace and Freedom

U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday warned members of Venezuela’s military who remain loyal to socialist President Nicolas Maduro that they are risking their future and their lives and urged them to allow humanitarian aid into the country. Speaking to a cheering crowd mostly of Venezuelan and Cuban immigrants in Miami, Trump said if the […]

19 Feb 19
rida saif

  James Wan He was born on February 26th 1977. He is an Australian film producer, screen writer and film director. He is widely known for his film Saw (2004). He was born in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. His family moved to Perth, Australia when he was seven. He relocated from Perth to Melbourne where he […]

19 Feb 19
Be My Year

One and a half months into my 2019 reading challenge and I think it’s time to talk about it. I know it’s February, but I like the thought of talking about each month’s reading, and January is a good place to start. Present over Perfect by Shauna Niequist This book sounded like a good way […]

19 Feb 19
Wanderlove

The first day in Rome was mostly a travel day. We left Vancouver the previous evening, taking off at 6:30 pm and arriving in Munich 10 hours later. After a 3 hour layover and a 1.5 hour flight, we arrived in Rome before 6pm the following night. Travel to Rome (FCO): This was my first […]

19 Feb 19

The next KD Prep-Race is the Fountain Of Youth Stakes on March 2nd at Gulfstream Park in Florida.  After which the preps will come fast and furious, with some of the Saturdays leading up to The Derby having as many as three “Road To The Derby” races.  So it was suggested to the Daily Racing Blog by one of our many readers […]

19 Feb 19
Dreaming of Maria Callas

It started out as a lark. I’d popped back into OK Cupid in December when my therapist suggested I could make time to swipe right a few times before the holidays if I really wanted. She wanted me to remember that anything could happen, that I didn’t have to put arbitrary timelines on starting to […]

19 Feb 19
Patriotify

Via Fox News The Lord Mayor of London is touting the city’s attractiveness for business even with the looming threat of Britain leaving the European Union without a deal. Keep reading at source… Patriotify: The social network built by America. Click here to join our community!

19 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
DONALD Trump has vowed that “all options are open” to oust Venezeula’s socialist dictator from power – warning him: “You will lose everything.” Addressing power-hungry Nicolas Maduro in a rip-roaring speech in front of Venezuelan and American flags in Miami, President Trump said: “You will find no safe harbor, no easy exit and no way out.” Donald Trump said he was keeping all options open in the battle to force Nicolas Maduro to step down in Venezuela Maduro likened Trump’s speech to Nazi rhetoric And the US president called on Venezuela’s teetering military leadership to support opposition leader Juan Guaido. Speaking at the University of Miami on Monday, Mr Trump added: “We seek a peaceful transition of power, but all options are open.” The Venezuelan military could play a decisive role in the stalemate – but has largely remained loyal to Maduro. Maduro accused President Trump of speaking in an “almost Nazi style” and lashed out for thinking he can deliver orders to Venezuela’s military. In remarks broadcast on state television, Maduro said: “Who is the commander of the armed forces, Donald Trump from Miami? “They think they’re the owners of the country.” Trump said “a new day is coming in Latin America,” as he sought to rally support among the largest Venezuelan community in the US for Guaido. CRISIS SPIRALS ON The US recognises Guaido as the country’s rightful president and condemns Maduro’s government and its socialist policies. As the crisis continues, Venezuela’s military has blocked the US from moving tonnes of humanitarian aid airlifted in recent days to the Colombian border. The aid shipments have been meant in part to dramatise the hyperinflation and shortages of food and medicine that are gripping Venezuela. Trump said of Maduro: “He would rather see his people starve than give them aid.” Critics say Maduro’s re-election last year was fraudulent, making his second term illegal. Venezuela’s power struggle is headed to a potentially violent showdown Saturday. Guaido will try to run caravans of US humanitarian aid across the border from Colombia. Maduro denies a humanitarian crisis exists – blaming the Trump administration for mounting a coup against him. [quote credit=”Donald Trump” credit-meta=”on the Venezuelan people “]They are turning the page on dictatorship and there will be no going back[/quote] More than two million Venezuelans have fled the country in the last two years, most flooding across the border into Colombia, Brazil and Peru. Those left behind struggle to afford scarce supplies of food and medicine as inflation soars. Maduro maintains support from Russia, China and Turkey, while Guaido has won recognition from dozens of world leaders in Latin America and Europe. They too are demanding that Maduro holds new elections or steps down. Trump urged the Venezuelan military to accept Guaido’s offer of amnesty and refrain from violence against those opposing Maduro’s government. And he praised the Venezuelan opposition, saying of the people of Venezuela: “They are turning the page on dictatorship and there will be no going back.” SLAMS SOCIALISM White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said earlier on Monday that the US “knows where military officials and their families have money hidden throughout the world.” South Florida is home to more than 100,000 Venezuelans and Venezuelan-Americans – the largest concentration in the country. Speaking in the presidential battleground state, Trump also sought to draw a contrast with the policies of progressive Democrats – which he brands as “socialist,” as he gears up for re-election. Trump said that “socialism has so completely ravaged” Venezuela “that even the world’s largest reserves of oil are not enough to keep the lights on.” He added: “This will never happen to us.” “Socialism promises prosperity, but it delivers poverty.” Shortly after Trump ended his speech, he tweeted: “I ask every member of the Maduro regime: End this nightmare of poverty, hunger and death. LET YOUR PEOPLE GO. Set your country free! “Now is the time for all Venezuelan Patriots to act together, as one united people. Nothing could be better for the future of Venezuela!” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WORLD NEWS” posts_category=”15″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Guaido addressed the crowd in a pre-recorded video released by the White House and thanked Trump and the state of Florida for their support. Trump said the US is “profoundly grateful” to dissidents and exiles who have protested and raised alarms about the actions of the Maduro government. But his administration has also come under criticism for not doing enough to grant asylum to those fleeing the country. Trump had been spending the holiday weekend at his private club in West Palm Beach, Florida. Donald Trump addressed the crisis in Venezuela in a speech delivered at the University of Miami Donald Trump called on the Venezuelan military to support opposition leader Juan Guaido Trump praised Venezuelan protesters for raising the issue of their country’s plight We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
19 Feb 19
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