What could be more ignorant than judging a person based on the color of their skin or where they are from?
This is another very old ignorance that, again, we as modern humans haven’t been able to shake. Okay, so let’s take all of the obvious factors out, and look at the everyday ignorance that is all around us.
Being smart has so to do with so much more than answering trivia questions or doing well on tests. Graphic designer John Koenig has sought for years to fill holes in language that describe the emotions that we all feel, but fail to communicate.
With the gay marriage debate being a hot topic of conversation in the news, there are a lot of opinions being thrown around. You must be logged in or join to Create a Profile, Select your favourite teams & Create a Viewlist.
People who think the Federal Reserve's asset purchases drove the rally in stocks are dreading higher interest rates. They argue that higher rates will derail the rally by increasing the cost of borrowing and putting pressure on company's earnings. But analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch think the impact this will have is overstated and the Fed will in fact be doing the opposite of what people are anticipating is the biggest risk for stocks. While most are focused on the risks around a withdrawal of liquidity, we believe the biggest hit to confidence could be the opposite: if another round of US QE is necessary to prop up the economy. And it won't look great for central banks in Europe and Japan a€” which are already in QE mode a€” if the US heads in that direction. Right now this option isn't on the bank's radar, since the third round of quantitative easing has brought the Fed to a point at which it has signaled a rise in interest rates this year.
Also, we've seen that stocks have rallied in the six months leading up to and after the Fed's seven rate hikes since 1983.
The upcoming 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards just added a brand new category: Biggest Triple Threat. Up for the newly added Biggest Triple Threat category are Lady Gaga, Hailee Steinfeld, Jason Derulo, Jennifer Lopez, Justin Timberlake, Nick Jonas, Selena Gomez, Troye Sivan, Usher, and Zendaya.
Fans can vote for who they think should win Biggest Triple Threat, in addition to several other socially-voted categories including Best Collaboration, Best Cover Song, Best Song From A Movie, Most Meme-able Moment, and Best Fan Army.
So, President Obama is off to Alaska spending millions in taxpayer dollars to fly Air Force One at a cost of $220,000 an hour to operate and burning tens of thousands of gallons of jet fuel, to talk about climate change. And we are absolutely sure he won't talk about the biggest threat to America and the planet today which is, Barack Obama himself. Seriously, with all the problems we face in America and all over the planet, Obama's ignorance in pushing forward the climate change agenda instead of facing off on some of the more pressing problems we have, shows that he is either just plain dumb, or that he has an agenda to bring the country down. The dollara€™s gain of 22 percent in the past 12 months against a basket of major currencies has landed a double whammy on U.S. Nearly one-fifth of S&P 500 companies have warned on earnings for the first quarter, with at least 49 companies mentioning the effects of the dollar on results, according to Thomson Reuters.
Expectations for S&P 500 earnings are expected to keep falling as companies tally the dollar impact on results in the next few weeks.
Since that time, the dollar index, which measures the dollar against six different major currencies a€“ the euro, yen, pound, Swiss franc, Swedish krona and Canadian dollar - has gained nearly 3.5 percent.
International revenues account for about one-third of S&P 500 sales, according to Goldman Sachs data, and more than 40 percent for technology, materials, energy and industrial companies.


The dollara€™s gains are a boon for rivals in Europe and elsewhere that have more of their costs in currencies, such as the euro, that have declined and will get the translation benefits from dollar sales. North American public companies could give up more than $25 billion in revenues in the first quarter alone, because of currency-related volatility, said Wolfgang Koester, chief executive of FiREapps, a foreign exchange data analytics firm in Phoenix, Arizona. Companies have been rushing to increase their protection against further dollar strength through increased hedging, though that adds to costs and if mismanaged can create risks of its own. While hedging helps multinational companies navigate volatile currency markets, most don't hedge 100 percent of their exposure. The dollara€™s strength is a particular problem for companies with exposure to Latin America. Companies who sell almost all their goods and services within the United might be the best hiding place against the impact of a strong dollar.
Omar Aguilar, chief investment officer of equities and multi-asset strategies for Charles Schwab Investment Management in San Francisco, said investors have likely factored in the dollar's strength into this quarter's reports, but they should prepare for more negative effects over the rest of the year. In a recent study regarding the current state of security risks and controls in business today, Wisegate uncovered an enlightening fact: CISOs consider malware and sensitive data breaches to be their top risk. None of this seems as high on CISOs’ list of concerns as the loss of sensitive information.
Clipping is a handy way to collect and organize the most important slides from a presentation. Iran's military mastermind, Qassem Suleimani, has played pivotal roles in the deployment of Iranian assets against the Islamic State (aka Islamic State, ISIL, Daesh) in Iraq. Following the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, and especially during the time Petraeus-led the surge, Suleimani directed "a network of militant groups that killed hundreds of Americans in Iraq," as detailed by Dexter Filkins in The New Yorker.
To assist in the siege of Tikrit and further military operations against ISIS, Iran has moved advanced rockets and artillery systems into Iraq, The New York Times reported this week. These systems are introducing a new level of sophistication into the Iraqi warzone and could further inflame sectarian tensions as the artillery is often imprecise and has the potential to cause collateral damage. Last month, Suleimani gloated: "We are witnessing the export of the Islamic Revolution throughout the region. Social mediaAnd Suleimani's Iraqi allies a€” such as the powerful Badr militia led by commander Hadi al-Ameri a€” have allegedly burned down Sunni villages and used power drills on enemies.
It’s easy to assume that I am making that statement based on my love for fiction and sci-fi books, where the demise of the human race is just an inter-galactic spaceship or super virus away. This is an old ignorance that, somehow, certain parts of the world have never been able to shake.
People are quicker to make a decision based on what they see in their facebook newsfeed, rather than what is in their head. Opening your eyes and your mind to new experiences and cultures can give you so much more viable information than any textbook.
They are the Type A personality and there is more to them than just their uptight behaviour. While the market could have a knee-jerk rally on an indication of forthcoming stimulus, we think this would likely be short-lived and could end in the red. The category calls attention to the superstars who can do it all -- they sing, they act, they dance, and they are activists for causes they truly believe in, among other talents. While he gets to enjoy the natural beauty of Alaska, we are pretty sure he won't be talking about how much fuel he has burned and how many tons of carbon he is pumping into the atmosphere or the lavish meals he will be consuming, again, all at the expense of the America taxpayer.
Since President Obama wants to blab on and on about how climate change is the biggest threat we face in the world today and it is not ISIS cutting off people heads and killing Christians, or just radical Islam in general, or other rogue governments and nations such as North Korea or Iran, or the threat of ever increasing violence in our inner cities such as Chicago or the huge threat of terrorism at home here in America, it is pretty evident that Barack Obama himself is actually the biggest danger we face today in the world.


Jefferies analyst Laurence Alexander estimated in a March 11 note that DuPont's currency hit for 2015 earnings will be an additional 5 to 10 cents. Its hedging of sales at a much lower dollar exchange rate will, though, delay the full impact for years. We have also seen a huge increase in the percentage of their exposure that they're hedging,a€? said David Pierce, director of business development at GPS Capital Markets, a Salt Lake City-based corporate FX brokerage firm that helps clients hedge currency exposure.
Also, badly designed or ill-timed programs can end in disaster, such as in 2008, when Brazil's pulp and paper manufacturer Aracruz lost more than $2 billion betting that the Brazilian real would continue to gain in value. Thanks to BYOD and cloud adoption, there’s no way to keep all data in a controlled environment, so CISOs have turned from pure prevention methods to including “detection” as a key initiative.
David Petraeus, who commanded US troops during the 2007-2008 surge in the Iraq war, believes Iran-backed Shia militias are a bigger threat to Iraq than the Islamic State militants they are fighting.
Suleimani was present during the successful siege of Amerli in August, and he is on the frontlines of the battle against ISIS in Tikrit, Saddam Hussein's hometown. No, the real demise of the human race is right in front of us every single day and we willingly ignore it.
So why is it that there are certain factions of major religions that are so intolerant of others that they resort to violence. But being so ignorant as to not like a person because they are not where you are from is as far from intellectual as it gets.
QE fatigue is already evident: each subsequent round of QE has seen diminishing risk rallies.
Revenue and earnings from foreign markets are worth less when translated into greenbacks and their costs become relatively less competitive against rivals producing in countries with declining currencies.
And the weakness of the real and the Mexican peso will only add to issues in those markets. So what could possible spell disaster for us fragile humans faster than aliens or the zombie apocalypse?
Sure, those skits you see on TV where people get interviewed on the streets and asked simple questions that they miserably fail at answering are funny to an extent, but they are also scary. More people have been killed in the name of religion throughout history than for any other reason. Our cultural ignorance has gotten to the point where it extends into both racist and religious misguidance. I challenge each and every person that reads this and agrees that anti-intellectualism is killing us, to share something informative today.
I mean, a recent poll from Newsweek showed that 30% of Americans can’t name the vice president. Now, I am in no way saying religion is bad, I think we should all be able to believe in what we want to believe, and that others should be understanding and accepting of that. People are more concerned with fitting in than they are about being aware of the world around them, and it’s leading to dumber and dumber generations. Violence is violence, hate is hate, intolerance is intolerance – no matter what the color of the skin of the people perpetrating it.



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