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The exact same thing the military does security, training, humanitarian aid and jogging in time to singsong rhymes. The problem, though, is oversight. Normally, the military is accountable to the government; the minute a marine screws up, a whole can of procedural hell is opened up. Not so with private security companies, which was why when Blackwater contractors killed 17 unarmed civilians in September 2007, no one was quite sure what to do about it. And why when a former employee was accused of murder, Blackwater founder Erik Prince said all they could do was fire him. And probably why the same accused murderer was free and available for other private contractors to get him armed and back in the Middle East within months of the incident. Ahhhh, good times, guys. Good times. Not only are the repercussions of dirty dealings murky for private contractors, but also for a while there the guys were . The fact that private security companies have to start playing by some vague rules that aren't exactly spelled out is the good news. The bad news is that once official troops finally start getting out of Iraq, the number of private contractors is expected to triple. "I've got an idea, guys why don't we just pay them by the war crime?" The idea behind privatizing things that used to be run by the government is that private companies tend to do jobs more efficiently. Walmart gets you through the checkout line way faster than the DMV gets you a new license. So, when privately run prisons started popping up, it seemed to make sense; if a corporation can guard, house and feed prisoners more efficiently than the government, why not let them? It will save everybody money and if it makes life harder on a bunch of criminals, who gives a shit, right? "Wait, it doesn't cost anything to set those chains on fire, right?" As a society, you kind of want there to be fewer prisoners. Prison is about the most expensive possible way to deal with a person who is doing something you don't like. But if you're a company getting paid by the prisoner, well, you want the opposite. So, remember Arizona's controversial anti illegal immigrant law, which required immigrants over the age of 14 to carry their papers at all times? And how getting caught without proper documentation would get them up to 20 days in jail on the first offense? Actually, illegal immigrants are probably relieved about the 20 day thing, since the first version of the law allowed for up to six months in jail. And they have to share a cell with Rod Blagojevich's hair. Now, we're not interested in debating immigration policy or border safety. But chew on the first draft of that law for a second. Six months in jail, when it costs somewhere in the neighborhood of , and when Arizona claims to have somewhere in the neighborhood of 460,000 illegal immigrants. Someone was going to have to house a whole bunch of unNorth American Americans. "Can we just stick them in some shitty slums and harass them when they try to leave? Has anyone thought of that yet?" It's a good thing a for profit prison company had a plan! They didn't just have a plan, they were the driving force behind the law itself. not even in Arizona. And don't think that just because the CCA had a heavy hand in writing the bill that they nobly recused themselves from campaign donations or lobbying legislators, because of course they didn't. Even better, a solid year before the bill passed, representatives from the company started pitching a prison to house illegal women and children, since women and children are clearly Arizona's number one perpetrators of mayhem. Oh yeah. That kid means trouble. What's so wrong with prisons that make a little money? Nothing, except for two small things. One is that private prisons are pretty shitty at their jobs. One private prison has been accused of using beatings as a behavior management tool. At another facility, an immigrant was left for 13 hours in solitary confinement after suffering some sort of mysterious brain injury. He died not long after, and family and friends are still in the dark about what happened to him in the first place. Unfortunately, we'll never know. Other private prisons are accused of cutting corners to the point where the corners are no longer corners they're just dilapidated knobs. They cut guard pay, food quality, drug rehab programs, medical care and basic necessities like toilet paper because, hey, why not? Let's say you're an investigative reporter. And for shits and giggles, let's say you work for Fox News. Now, let's say that you are investigating an agriculture company, and you discover the company has a stupid amount of synthetic bovine growth hormone in its milk. Which is interesting because milk containing that particular hormone is banned all over the developed world (except in the United States). So you make your report, do your consequent 83 edits required by your news station, then, presumably because your boss is the devil, you get asked to make it so the hormone sounds as harmless as apple pie. Naturally you threaten to report your station to the FCC. Then, for the sake of a good story, let's say you're fired and subsequently blackballed from the media. We'll say that, hypothetically, you're these two people. Or, pretend you work for the news program 48 Hours and you do an expose on a certain big shoe company's (Nike's) labor practices. When you try to update your report with a timely follow up, you're denied. When you try to respond to a nasty Wall Street Journal piece about your report, you're denied. Two years later, the same station that aired your report cuts a deal with Nike and lets their sports reporters sport Nike labeled parkas while reporting on the Olympics. In both cases, major corporations, specifically Monsanto and Nike, influenced the editorial content of news programs. In the Fox News case, the story of Monsanto's hormone enhanced milk was hyped to the nines by the station, until Monsanto found out about it and wrote to the president of Fox News. The reporters on the story, who refused to downplay the presence of the hormone, were fired, but their story was aired in the end wait, actually, the Monsanto version of their story was aired. In 2003, the Florida Court of Appeals agreed that, yes, news media does have the right to lie about everything. After all, why should politicians have all the fun? As for Nike, in 1998 Nike sponsored CBS coverage of the Olympics in Japan, and part of the deal was that reporters would wear Nike swooshed parkas while reporting. 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Penney counts half of American families as its customers, and they are feeling macro economic pressures from many areas, including higher energy costs, deteriorating employment trends and significant issues in the housing and credit markets," Myron "Mike" Ullman, chairman and chief executive officer, said in a statement. Penney Co. I touched on the latest Wall Street sales job re: retailers during one of the "early cycle" boomlets last month [Feb 26: Kool Aid Bulls Twist Inflation Into Being a "Good Thing"]This is why you are seeing rallies in the same tired groups that bet on 2nd half recovery. Would I buy retailers here? Bleep no. I'd be restarting short positions on individual names if I could. I'd submit retailers are where homebuilders were about a year ago after a huge drop, hopes rise that "this is the bottom" and "it cannot get worse" and "we've seen the worse, time to get in" and we get these incessant hopeful rallies, that lead to another round of drops as reality washed over the dreamers in the coming months. People in NYC do not understand the corrosive nature of inflation on the consumer. They do not understand the real struggles that are happening now, not to mention in 6 months when their "recovery" thesis happens, as inflation continues to ramp. They conveniently put aside that 70% of GDP is based on consumer the same consumer who is going to be eaten by inflation, that they are cheering. So each time Tiffany's (NYSE:TIF) reports a better than expected number (whose flagship NYC store derives a ton of sales from foreigners thanks to our cheap US peso), or Costco (NASDAQ:COST) ramps due to people fleeing to bulk, I keep focusing on these heart and soul middle America stores like JCPenney (JCP) or Kohls (NYSE:KSS) companies that are actually good retailers but who are being overwhelmed my macro economic events. Aside from restaurants [Sep 19: Tough Times Ahead? Restaurants], I find the retailers to simply be one of the biggest targets to avoid [Nov 7: Are Department Stores Signaling a Recession in 2008] unless you're a very short term trader who buys them in their extreme dips, and flips them on the "early cycle rally" which is destined to fail within a week or two. Unlike the companies I focus on, these groups have no pricing power, and no visibility exactly the type of things we want in an investment. More and more companies are simply pulling guidance now, such as DSW (NYSE:DSW) Fast Money stole my line here last night but if women are not buying shoes you know economic issues are serious. Shares of shoe retailer DSW Inc. tumbled Thursday after the company reported lower quarterly sales and earnings and issued a bleak forecast. Both these sectors are being hit with the same issues squeezed on the input side by inflation (although the government reports deny it's an issue), and then squeezed on the output side by the struggling consumer. This leads to compression of margins. which leads to compression of profits. which leads to compression in stock prices. Maybe a lot of this is already reflected in the stock prices [Jan 15: Will There be Anywhere Left to Shop in 2010?], but I am still of belief other than the deep discounters, bulk warehouses, and a few select teen retailers, the outlook remains bleak and is not going to improve in the next few quarters, no matter what the "everything will be fine in 6 months" crowd keeps insisting. The "pooring" of the Middle Class continues in America is a reality real wages are not keeping up with real inflation, and combined this with the loss of the house ATM. $600 rebate checks are not going to change this dynamic, although the financial pundit folks in NYC still live in their ivory tower and don't realize this. I've been debating adding this Ultrashort Consumer Services (NYSEARCA:SCC) for months on end, but since it is top weighted with the companies that should benefit most from the pooring of America (Walmart/McDonalds), I've been reluctant to pull the trigger. Since last fall I've been bemoaning the opportunity to short individual names such as Coach (NYSE:COH) [Oct 9: Our Old Friend Coach] or frankly almost any restaurant stock from much higher levels when the denial pattern of any slowdown was still ripe in the air being stuck solely with Ultrashort ETFs is a major roadblock. But with that said, with the new socialist era of financial backstopping, I've been thinking maybe some of that financial short exposure should be moved to this consumer area (and I'm limited to this ETF) after all, the government won't backstop consumers they are not integral to the economy or have major lobbyist groups like NYC banks. 653996 840 Men Size Nike KD7 35K Degrees 2014,MADRID (Reuters) Lionel Messi smashed in a superb free kick to complete a 2 1 comeback win for injury hit Barcelona at home to Athletic Bilbao on Sunday that kept alive their slim hopes of a fifth La Liga title in six years. After a wretched 12 days when they were eliminated from the Champions League by Atletico Madrid, beaten in the King's Cup final by Real Madrid and suffered a shock 1 0 reverse at lowly Granada in La Liga, Barca badly needed a morale boosting victory in front of their fans at the Nou Camp. However, after Messi, Pedro and Alexis Sanchez squandered clear scoring opportunities, Aritz Aduriz fired fourth placed Bilbao ahead five minutes into the second half, prompting rumblings of discontent among the home faithful. Pedro levelled in the 72nd minute after more chances had gone begging and Messi struck the winner three minutes later when he drove the ball powerfully into the net, the Argentina forward's 26th goal of an injury disrupted season. With four matches left including a trip to Barca on the final day of the season, surprise leaders Atletico top the standings on 85 points following Friday's 2 0 home win over Elche. Barca are second on 81 points, two ahead of Real, who have a game in hand. Bilbao are a further 17 points behind Real and remain well placed to secure a berth in Champions League qualifying for next season. "We are creating a lot of chances but finding it tough to put them away," Barca centre back Javier Mascherano said in an interview with Spanish television broadcaster Canal Plus. "We just have to do things as professionally as possible for the remaining few games," added the Argentine, who made a superb block late on to deny Bilbao substitute Mikel Rico. "We have to hold on to this small amount of hope we have, try to win all our matches and see what happens." Barca have been ravaged by injuries in recent weeks and were without Brazil forward Neymar and the Spain trio of left back Jordi Alba, central defender Gerard Pique and goalkeeper Victor Valdes for Bilbao's visit. They lost to the Basque club at the San Mames in December and looked hungry for an early goal in the return, Messi and Pedro drawing fine saves from goalkeeper Gorka Iraizoz before Adriano had a shot cleared off the line by Mikel Balenziaga. In an entertaining contest featuring two attack minded sides, Aduriz cracked a stunning overhead kick against the post on the half hour and Alexis scuffed a shot against the crossbar two minutes later when it seemed easier to score. Five minutes into the second half Bilbao were ahead. Pedro fired straight at Iraizoz when well placed inside the area in the 58th and Messi sent a shot narrowly wide of the post when clean through two minutes later. Good work down the right from Dani Alves led to Barca's equaliser. The Brazil fullback squared for Alexis and his cross shot was turned into the net by Pedro before Messi's fierce free kick was too hot to handle for Iraizoz. "It's a shame because we had our chances to win but now we need to move on and focus on the next match," the Bilbao keeper told Canal Plus. "We cannot take our foot off the gas now and we have to keep up the effort so we can achieve our objective" of securing fourth place, he added. Bilbao are three points clear of fifth placed Sevilla, who continued their fine recent run with a 4 0 victory at home to Andalusian rivals Granada on Sunday. Celta Vigo pulled further away from danger when they won 4 2 at second from bottom Almeria, while basement side Real Betis are on the brink of relegation after they were beaten 3 1 at Rayo Vallecano. Thomson Reuters journalists are subject to an Editorial Handbook which requires fair presentation and disclosure of relevant interests.

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It is far more likely that the recipients will keep the gift, rather then giving it away, allowing for a long time period of appreciation Leather products last a long time, and with your logo embossed on the product, it becomes a silent salesman, reminding the recipient of your company time and time again for years to come Leather products often improve with age, and users often get very sentimentally attached to them, which will improve your brands image in their eyes, as they use your gift more and more Leather products are appreciated and commented on by the recipients friends and colleagues, allowing further silent salesman opportunities when they enquire as to where the recipient got the gift your company gets mentioned again and again. So now that you have decided that leather is the way to go with your gifting, how do you choose whom to buy your leather corporate gifts from? The most important things to look for in suitable leather corporate gifts supplier is: How established are they? How experienced are they in branding leather products? Which other corporate clients do they supply? What is the quality of their products like (leather as well as workmanship) How competitive is their pricing? Ideally one should deal directly with the manufacturer. This will give you many benefits. Specifically better pricing; better communication regarding your product, (as they have more product knowledge); easier customisation of products; wider choices in terms of leathers and products. Once you have found a suitable supplier, usually your branding of your logo is as simple as e mailing a jpeg through to them, and specifying where you want it, as well as the size. At the end of the process, you should be delighted with your high quality, significant leather corporate gifts, that make the recipients feel truly appreciated, and that enhance your brand for years to come. 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This is Monica Wehby's amiable response to people who wonder whether she will be able to bear the pressures of office if she wins her race as a Republican Senate candidate. For 17 of her 52 years she has been a pediatric neurosurgeon, holding in steady hands sharp steel and the fate of children's brains. She probably can cope with the strains of legislative life.Today, her task is to persuade Oregonians to act on the cogent exhortation of her campaign's bumper stickers: "Keep Your Doctor. Change Your Senator." She is trying to take a Senate seat away from freshman Democrat Jeff Merkley, who was elected in 2008 with 49 percent of the vote when Barack Obama carried the state with 57 percent. This year, Merkley's task is to run far ahead of Obama's 43 percent job approval among Oregonians, with 54 percent of independents disapproving of the president.Oregon is one of the 18 states and the District of Columbia that have supported Democratic nominees in at least six consecutive presidential elections. About half the state's voters live in the Portland metropolitan area, which has become emblematic of urban progressivism ("smart growth," autophobia). But from 1969 to 1995, both Oregon senators were Republicans, and Wehby's pollster says Merkley's two point lead (41 39) derives from the incumbent's perishable seven point advantage in name recognition. Wehby is up one point among voters who say they "know" both candidates.Wehby not only has two X chromosomes but supports abortion rights and the right of states to recognize same sex marriages, which complicates the Democratic Party's continuing accusation that Republicans wage "war on women." Still, The Wall Street Journal's Kimberley Strassel noted in a May 22 column ("A Democratic War on One Woman") that Democrats were complicit in attempts to portray Wehby as having had an unstable romantic life. Never mind the selective prurience of some members of Bill Clinton's party. Note, however, Strassel's information: Of the two men with whom Wehby is said to have had tumultuous relationships, one, a former boyfriend, says he regrets his "emotional" behavior, and the other, her ex husband, lives four doors from her, calls her a friend, and has contributed to her campaign.Another Democratic theme is that all Republicans are extremists. Wehby, however, won 50 percent of the vote in a five candidate primary in which her rivals accused her of moderation. Oregonians interested in real extremism should note that Merkley is co sponsoring a constitutional amendment that would do something unprecedented alter the Bill of Rights to reduce its protections. It would eviscerate the First Amendment by empowering Congress to regulate the quantity and content of political campaign speech, including speech about Congress.The federal government owns 32.7 million 53 percent of Oregon's acres, some of which are inhabited by sage grouses. These birds the size of chickens might be big enough to matter in November. The federal government, resourceful at devising ways to burden economic activity, might declare the bird an endangered species. This could have large economic consequences, so Merkley, caught between liberal environmentalists and timber and other agricultural interests, supports a measure that is pluperfect liberalism: Let's spend $15 million to study how birds and bipeds can coexist.Oregon had the worst of all the unpleasant experiences that states had with the Obamacare rollout. The FBI is investigating how the state managed to spend $250 million on an online insurance exchange that failed. Which is just one reason health care matters here.Oregon's largest employer is not Nike, which is only sixth. The three largest employers, and 13 of the top 25, are health care providers. But, then, in the archetypal Rust Belt manufacturing city of Cleveland, the largest employer is the Cleveland Clinic and the second largest is another health care provider.Given the enormous and growing role of medicine in this aging nation's economy, it is unfortunate that only three senators are physicians Wyoming Republican John Barrasso, an orthopedic surgeon, Oklahoma Republican Tom Coburn, an obstetrician, and Kentucky Republican Rand Paul, an ophthalmologist. Coburn is retiring, but another doctor may be coming, straight from the operating room to her first elected office.Today, there are only eight senators who ascended to that institution's glory, such as it is, without prior success in electoral politics. This, too, is probably too few.George Will's column appears each Thursday on the Missoulian's Opinion page.Remember that Will is drumming up radical support for Ted Cruz and his radicals in the 2014 midterms. It seems the Tea Party in this election is not as rabid in the country as its leaders in the House. Will hopes to change that, so when he reports Ted Cruz' statement in May that Senate Joint Resolution 19 attempts to repeal the First Amendment he plays dirty pool on two counts. First he does not inform his reactionary GOP base that the bill addresses the Citizen's United decision to take down the For Sale sign on US elections or that nearly half the Senate sponsors the bill to protect citizen rights. Passionate views, pointed criticism and critical thinking are welcome. Comments can only be submitted by registered users. 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