Watch Aaron Paul, Lorde And Ellie Goulding Crash A Date, ‘Lost’ Producers Finally Address Series Finale, And More        
Greetings and welcome to your Tuesday edition of celebrity headlines. Four out of five pop culture enthusiasts agree that Tuesday is the very best day for celebrity news. The fifth? They were too busy watching Veronica Mars reruns to answer. In today’s edition the executive producers of Lost open up about the finale, Chris Colfer … Continue reading
          Quite the week        
This has been a really challenging week for me personally. This past weekend with the dog bite, and my son going to the ER kind of threw me over the edge.

Wall street also had a horrid week. Very concerning about the housing crisis, and it appears to be getting worse. Today, Indymac bank that holds over 32B in assets was taken over by the Fed. They had a liquidity crisis from the housing market crash. Chuck Schumer mentioned this bank being in trouble about a month ago, and people pulled out over 1.3B in the past 30 days. This further created the crisis. I hate to say it but these things are probably going to get much worse, and as oil climbed again to a new high today of $147, oil is increasing daily as the dollar slowly collapses. It would be nice to know when we are at the bottom of this market, but the bottom is probably still far away unfortunately. I had told my family to get their stock out about a year ago, but they did not listen.

This whole thing with Iran isn't helping either. With Americans now concerned about the economy and their assets (housing), I think Ron Paul would have a much better shot if the nomination process started today instead of six months ago. It just goes to show you how timing is so critical. Iran isn't helping things either, instability is everywhere and is completely volitale now that our economy is more global than it was in 2001 when 9/11 hit.

I have some fear about this, but I think I would be better off praying for our country and it's citizens. I have concern that things are going to get worse, especially if Barry Obama becomes president. Not that Mccain will do much good either. I think unfortunately that we are going to have to get another Jimmy Carter elected to get a Reagan. I think that the current person who could become a great leader is Bobby Jindal. He is unique, humble and is a leader.

Going to try and take it easy this weekend, sleep and rest.
          Single quote that summarizes state of USA        
A blogger called MichiganFarmer has quoted "Our totalitarian government has, by stealthy encroachment, taken our basic rights away and is forcing us to buy them back as privileges, permits, and licenses. This is not freedom.". Lets break this down.

Source - Dictionary.com

totalitarianism, a modern autocratic government in which the state involves itself in all facets of society, including the daily life of its citizens. A totalitarian government seeks to control not only all economic and political matters but the attitudes, values, and beliefs of its population, erasing the distinction between state and society. The citizen's duty to the state becomes the primary concern of the community, and the goal of the state is the replacement of existing society with a perfect society.

Encroachment is a term which implies "advance beyond proper limits"

Human rights refers to "the basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled. Examples of rights and freedoms which are often thought of as human rights include civil and political rights, such as the right to life and liberty, freedom of expression, and equality before the law; and social, cultural and economic rights, including the right to participate in culture, the right to work, and the right to education.


Permit may refer to:

*License
*Work permit
*Learner's permit
*Permit to travel
*Construction permit
*Home Return Permit
*One-way Permit


Does any of this sound like a free society? - What happened to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness? We all need shelter, water and food and even these basic rights have been violated.

Shelter - Need building permit + Ton of fees

Food - development permit for over an acre of land in California + requires water, hunting licenses and fishing licenses.

Water - illegal to drill a well in California for your own needs without using a C-57 licensed driller specializing costing you about $6000-20,000.

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I thought that this is the one exact sentence that shows us the state of our country and it's distance from the founders. Jefferson believed that the people would have to occasionally rise up and wash out the government and start over.

"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." - Thomas Jefferson

Each day that goes by with the government is becoming more cradle to grave, anti free-market and anti-capitalist. The people want the government to allow us to have our own energy independence. The people are sending a clear message to the politicians and they are not listening. It's time to continue the Revolution Ron Paul started. Government is too big, too costly and is strangling it's working class by the neck to support a welfare state. Something will change in time. I have personally lost faith in our system, it's politicians and activist judges. It is no longer functioning to it's original purpose. I can only trust that God is putting us through this turmoil to bring us a reformer.

To the liberals - YOU cannot put enough solar panels on your car to make it function- plus the power to charge batteries has to come from somewhere- either more solar or wind power.

WE NEED DOMESTIC OIL RIGHT NOW. There is a gap between technologies that may be viable and the available infrastructure such as the state with hydrogen. Live in reality - most liberals would rather see our internal destruction with our economy before we drill more oil on our lands and make more refineries.
          Alleged Voter Fraud, Corruption, & Assault Against Ron Paul Supporters at Arizona GOP Convention        

Source: http://theintelhub.com By Al Dicicco Editors Note: Below is a first hand report from the Arizona GOP convention. On May 12, 2012, after being elected as an alternate delegate in Mohave County Arizona, I attended the GOP Convention in Phoenix Arizona. The GOP laid out no clear rules  as to how the day would. The […]

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          Angie 4 Ron Paul Get Involved!        

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          Tuesday, August 1, 2017        
Dr. Ron Paul Guests on This Week’s Harrison Podcast.  Former congressman and three-time former presidential candidate, Dr. Ron Paul is this week’s guest on the award-winning PodcastOne series “Up Close and Far Out with Michael Harrison.”  Now in his early 80s and still going strong, he served almost a quarter-century in Congress representing Texas’s 22nd district between 1976 and […]
          Commentaires sur Les partis de gauche doivent-ils suivre la voie de Syriza pour sortir de la crise ? par Bron Paul        
La France pourrait elle être gouvernée par la gauche radicale sans avoir essayé l'extrême droite ? Contrairement à la Grèce et à l'Espagne. Le risque est là aujourd'hui. Seule une gauche unie avec des forces reequilibree pourrait encore servir de rempart
          The Abraham Lincoln Logs #178        
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Abe debates the debates, urges McCain to "scroll down" and chats up Amy Goodman about Martial Law.

Links


Googling "Posse Comitatus"

Amy Goodman announces martial law Oct 1?

ArmyTimes.com confirms troop movement onto US soil.

McCain still campaigning despite debate dodge.

Palin takes gifts.

Sarah Silverman's uproarious Obama commercial - The Great Schlep

Couric obliterates Palin. Must see video.

Rushkoff's exceptional "Print Your Own Money."

Subprime Mortgage Primer IN COMIC FORM!

Ron Paul Questions Chairman Bernanke on Bailout Plan

Kucinich's Bailout Plan


          The Abraham Lincoln Logs #168        
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Abe recommends a ripping tome for all lovers of the freedom, pans the Pentagons peace-nik "pain-o-lator," and scrubs the week clean of presidential happenstance and serves you the muck on a silver platter.

Links


DOWNLOAD "Little Brother" a young adult novel by Cory Doctorow

BUY a physical copy of "Little Brother" a smart, provocative young adult novel for freedom loving individuals by Cory Doctorow

DONATE a copy of "Little Brother" (a police-state-smashing yarn by Cory Doctorow) to a friendly school librarian.

Video of Pentagon testing "pain gun" on mock American peace protesters carrying signs saying "Peace not War," "World Peace," and "Vote Ron Paul."

Video of peaceful protesters stopping police provocateurs from starting a riot at the Stop the SPP protests in Montebello Quebec.

Obama ends lobbyist contributions to the Democratic party!

McCain squirts hot bottled water on babies.

John McCain doesn't release information on his investments - er, dis-investments...


          The Abraham Lincoln Logs #135        
Abe needs YOU: to vote.
In blue ribbon episode #135 Abe talks about the candidates, their endorsements, their agendas and detractors. Quoting Ann Coulter in-show makes the podcast explicit (which doesn't go to waste) with plenty of Superman, Star Trek, Golden Compass and CIA gulfstream jet Cocaine references to round out the discourse...

Links


Six tons of CIA cocaine.

Ann Coulter will campaign for Hillary.

Super Tuesday - teh day we mourn the death of Superman.

Ron Paul

Barack Obama


          The Abraham Lincoln Logs #133        
Abe looks down his nose at the New York Times, averts his gaze from the CIA, looks dubiously at the Bush White House and askance at Ron Paul. What a looker!

Links


Children raped at Abu Ghraib - Pentagon has videos... STILL

Bush Spying on us before 9/11'

Abolish the CIA

Take action today: telecom spying immunity.


          Aaron Paul Claims He Can Tell A Dog’s Sex By Petting It — But He Has Yet To Touch Lucca        
Aaron Paul is best known for his acting, most notably as Jesse Pinkman on "Breaking Bad," but he has other talents. On last night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the actor (who's giving me a beard boner) demonstrated his innate, God-given ability to correctly guess the gender of a dog simply by petting it. While I'm impressed, I…
          Earth to Rick Santorum: Libertarians Founded the United States        
Andrew Napolitano recently showed a clip in which Rick Santorum explained his views on libertarianism. His comments are also instructive in understanding his animosity (politically) towards Ron Paul. Santorum said: “One of the criticisms I make is to what I refer to as more of a Libertarianish right. They have this idea that people should […]
          CNBC Million Dollar Portfolio Challenge - Bonus Bucks Trivia Answers        
Bonus bucks answers for 11/14


1. Interest rates from the Bank of England are at a historic low, and on Thursday, November 10th the BoE decided to keep them there. Where do rates stand?

ANSWER: 0.5 percent


2. Selling your house on the Internet isn’t easy and trying to sell it without photos of the front of the house or the interior makes it even more difficult. What three-time presidential candidate forgot to include these photos on their official home website?

ANSWER: Ron Paul


3. According to CNBC.com’s rankings based on the World Bank’s “Ease of Doing Business” study, what is the “worst” country for business?

Answer: Venezuela
          Abandoning foreign policy now means Pax Rus - is it what you wanted?        
Whether it be left-wing activists of the so-called "peace" movement or libertarians who think that foreign policy should mean immediate withdrawal from the world, the recent events in Syria have demonstrated that when the USA, and with it the Western world, decides to withdraw from being involved in other countries, that others will fill the vacuum.

So it is that President Obama, who ridiculed Mick Romney's claim that Russia was a rising threat, has left the opponents of the Marxist/militarist hereditary dictatorship of Bashar Assad wide open to being attacked, by the air, by Vladimir Putin's unashamedly expansionist military.  

Dad and son, and their personality cult
Had Obama been true to the neutrality that the Nobel Peace Prize Committee had presumably rewarded him for "ex.ante", he would have said that there is no Western interest in what happens to Syria.  For indeed, his pitiful actions (a few airstrikes against Islamic State) have demonstrated not much above it.  In fact, I would have respected, if disagreed, with a position that replicates that of the nihilist libertarian isolationists who want the USA to withdraw from the world, and let Islamism grow, tyrants take over its friends and do nothing, until the first missile, bomber or terrorist controlled airliner strikes US soil (actually scrub that, for when the latter happens, even they think the response is NOT to attack those who harboured them).

If the so-called "land of the free" wants to withdraw from the world, then those of us who bear the consequences of that withdrawal better be prepared for the cost of this, but let's not pretend that the USA gives a damn about other peoples wanting to be lands of the free or escape tyranny.  That's their battle, and if others want to join in their oppression, don't pretend that it matters.

So to Syria.


Syria has been run by a brutal authoritarian dictatorship under the Ba'ath Party, under the Assad family since 1970.  It holds Soviet style "elections".  All press and media are firmly under the grip of the Party (or monitored by it for compliance), and any dissent is punished with imprisonment, and sometimes torture or summary execution.   The four secret police units have untrammelled authority to enter any property and detain anyone indefinitely, and use torture as necessary to frighten those said to be opponents or extract information from them.

The best that can be said is that Saddam Hussein was more brutal and erratic, but Bashar Assad and his psychopathic father Hafez, have run Syria under their jackboot for 45 years (although it is cold comfort that Bashar's elder brother, Basil, died in an accident before his father died.  Basil was as notorious as Uday Hussein).  The best that can be said is that, yes it is nominally secular, as religious minorities face no more oppression than anyone else, partly because the Assads are of the Alawite sect.  Alawites have done very well from the Assad dictatorship, other Syrians do well according to who they know and how well the pander to the regime.  By the way, the Assads were firm allies of the USSR in the Cold War, and so it continues under Russia.  Indeed, Syria is the only country outside Russia (notwithstanding the annexation of Crimea) to still have a Russian naval base.  

So Putin has decided to defend his friend.  His first victory was getting the US to accept Russian monitoring of Assad's dismantling of his chemical weapons arsenal, which is very much a farce.  Assad has been undertaking crude chemical attacks on rebel areas controlled by the Free Syrian Army and other non-Islamic State insurgents (some of which are Islamist, some who are not).  Assad has killed tens of thousands of civilians in rebel held areas by air attacks, including chemical attacks.  This has helped Islamic State recruit fighters, as young men whose families are killed by the Assad regime are easily seduced by the most well armed and funded opponents of the regime.

Remember Obama's red line?  That it was "unacceptable" for anyone to use chemical weapons to attack civilians?  Well it didn't exist.  The dated chemical weapons were withdrawn, but by no means have the stocks been destroyed.  Dictatorships have a funny way of not caring about rules set by someone else that are backed up by no force at all.

Meanwhile, the US (and the UK and others) have provided low level logistical and material support (if not military) to non-Islamist opponents to the Assad regime.  It is those opponents to Assad that Vladimir Putin is now directing over 95% of his airstrikes.  

Putin asserts his airstrikes are "legal" because they are authorised by the Assad regime, which strictly speaking in UN terms, is the "legitimate recognised government" of Syria.   This is correct in the same way that Kim Jong Un leads the "legitimate recognised government" of the DPRK, Idi Amin did the same for Uganda and Pol Pot for Cambodia.  It is the formal legitimacy asserted by tyrants.

Assad wants to put himself in the position of being the only opponent to Islamic State, so has Putin's help in wiping out the moderate opposition.  The allies of the West, and perhaps only hope of moving Syria to the sort of pluralism that is nascent in Lebanon, are now being systematically wiped out by Russia - and all the US does is express regrets and concern.   What surprise is there if opponents of Assad in Syria think that the only way is Islamic State?   For all of the talk about rights and freedom the truth is that the Obama Administration will do absolutely f-all to protect those that might offer a way with much less tyranny, let alone have a foreign policy with objectives.

So it is Pax Rus.

Assuming Obama continues along this line, Syria will become a binary game. The chemical weapon using tyrant Assad, and the stoneage expansionist eliminationists of Islamic State.  The US may think it doesn't pay any real price for letting Syria burn, but Europe is paying a price, as Syrians flee and as it is on the doorstep for Islamists willing to take on the West.  

Putin wants to be taken seriously internationally, and once the non-IS opposition is effectively wiped out, he can turn on Islamic State and be a hero.  Russia wont think twice about civilian casualties, it wont face domestic protests on any great scale against war, and of course the far-left "peace" movement in the West wont bat an eyelid, as it almost never protests military action by any regime other than a Western one, including Israel.

What could be different?

Well the US and its allies could start by accepting the invitation of the Iraqi government to use all means necessary to wipe out Islamic State from Iraq itself, to protect the Kurds, to help ensure Sunni Iraqis are protected and discouraged from joining Islamic State.  At the very least, the West owes Iraq protection from invasion.

However, for Syria it needs to have some clear objectives.  It could  have imposed a No-Fly Zone over Syria to stop the Assad regime from using chemical weapons and dropping barrel bombs, but that is impossible now.  What it should do is arm and protect the non-Islamist opposition and provide it with air support and make it clear to Russia that it is with it, in attacking Islamic State, but will not tolerate air strikes on areas governed by the Kurds or the Free Syrian Army.  It should take all steps necessary to wipe out Islamic State, which has eliminationist objectives towards the West, and following that establish a peace process to transition Syria away from rule by the Assad regime.

The problem is that this requires taking on Russia.  Obama (and Bush before him) refused to defend Georgia from Russian occupation, nor Ukraine, even when Russian backed rebels shot down a civilian airliner (but that was Malaysian, which was unimportant to the US).   Putin is currently facing tough economic times, which he is evading by spending literally US$1billion of reserves every month, to prop up pensions, the military and uneconomic industries.  He can afford to do this for perhaps two-three more years without having to implement serious levels of austerity.   However, if the price of oil remains below US$60 over that time, it will prove tougher.  Putin's actions smell of a leader seeking a distraction, in the hope of buying time until oil prices recover at a level appropriate for his kleptocracy. 

The odds that the US will take on Russia in Syria are small, because Obama has demonstrated no interest, at all, in taking any lead or keeping to his word with allies.  It is a policy of cynical withdrawal from the world.  A withdrawal that is dangerous to some of the US's allies, but also one that is fundamentally dishonest.

The choice is simple.  Either the US embraces the doctrine of Ron Paul, and openly decides that it is no longer interested in being a superpower or standing by previous commitments to allies, or it stands by its allies and has a positive, pro-active foreign policy based on its interests and those of its (true) allies.

While we all wait, enjoy "Pax" Rus, after all you're comfortably far away from the consequences of it all, aren't you?





 




          Comment on evidence of Romney corruption and incompetence continues to build; GOP needs to start thinking post-Romney by Ron Paul on the Issues - Page 263 - ALIPAC        
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          Comment on OPINION: Grow a Spine: Why the GOP are Wimps for Believing Akin Needs to Leave by Red Smitty        
Not until you answer my orginal comment about all the bills that the GOP Congess has put out instead of the mantra of jobs,jobs,jobs. Rob Portman or Marco Rubio would have been better choices for vice president. I myself like Ron Paul. Mitt Romney is too liberal see his time as Massachusetts Governor. Rep Akin made a dumb comment and no amount of apology can erase what he said. It is unforgivable. But what can you expect from the Chairman of a party who doesn't call for members of his party to town down the retoric from Michele Bachmann calling Hilary Clinton aide a member of the muslim brotherhood to Alan West saying that Debbie Wasserman Schultz is not a lady and the most despicable member of Congress. As libertarian I will say that I haven't heard Democratic members of Congress call republican members name or treat them with uttter disrespect. I would like to return to a time before Fox news and talk radio when ideas were discussed. Instead of the viterol from a Texas judge saying that if Obama is re-elected that an armed insurrection and civil war will breakout.
          Ron Paul Might Have Won Maine        

Source: http://www.usnews.com By Lauren Fox Maine GOP says some vote counts reportedly ended up in the spam folder There’s a chance Ron Paul won Maine after all. Maine’s republican party announced Friday that it will recount votes cast in the state’s non-binding GOP caucus, which initially showed a 194-vote victory for Mitt Romney. The state’s […]

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          Blowback Defined,The Critical Errors of Journalism That Will Affect YOUR Credibility!        

CNN reporter Dana Bash receives some choice words from Ron Paul supporters who object to her consistently negative and biased coverage of Dr. Paul during the 2012 presidential primary race. The title of this film references the blowback that Sean Hannity received during the 2008 race. No actual snowballs were thrown 😉 Filmed after the […]

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          Politics - USA        
 Kilkrazy wrote:
The embarrasment is the large number of people who agree with him.

Admittedly in the UK it's the same, but we don't have a constitution that forbids religious discrimination. In the USA it will be a lot of the same people relying on the 2nd amendment to protect their guns while denying the separation clause.

"separation clause"??


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 curran12 wrote:
Out of curiosity, is there any precedent for those nomination rules changing? Has it happened in the past?

Yes, plenty.

The last one I remember was something like the nominee must have a majority of delegate votes in 8 states by Romney to quell a Ron Paul insurgency.
          Ron Paul: War Drums Are Beating and North Korea Tops the List        
The UN Security Council resolution putting more sanctions on North Korea over the weekend is fueling the flames of neocon dreams of pre-emptive war. Will they actually be so insane? Bet on it. (RPI) — Last weekend’s UN Security Council Resolution imposing sanctions on North Korea for testing missiles opens the door to a US pre-emptive […]
          Alabama Fella Pretty Much Started Petition ‘Cause Fascist Gubmint Shut Down His Nudie Carwash        
Lots of red-blooded US Merkins love America so much they want to LEAVE IT (because Kenyan Mooslim Sharia Oppression and such). But one such patriot is a little more interesting! Sup, guy who started Alabama’s secession petition Derrick Belcher, 45, of “Chuncula”? “Blah blah libertarianism, RON PAUL!!!1!, freedom, not-racist, hard-working, etc.” Oh yes, here it […]
          Re:Politics - USA        
 Goliath wrote:
Honestly, this doesn't surprise me that much. Sanders has a fairly large and vocal support base on Reddit, a website that also largely seems to profess liberalism and left-leaning policies, whilst actually being closer to libertarianism on a lot of things.


They're not really close to anything, politically. Free college and legal (and preferably free, too) weed are their primary policy points, along with an intense but vague sense of getting the gakky end of the stick.

They swung from adoring fiercely small government Ron Paul to adoring Bernie "I'm not a communist, but I am an anti-capitalist who believes in the eventual revolution of the proletariat" Sanders. There's no consistent political ideology that allows that to happen.

I'd say they're more in favor of lost causes than anything.

(I'm talking about the Reddit crowd exclusively, by the way. I fully believe there are leftists who dig Sanders' socialism, just as there are Paulites who dig his brand of cranky libertarianism. They just don't mingle.)
          THE END OF THE FUTURE: Peter Thiel Essay On the Failure of Innovation        


I.


Modern Western civilization stands on the twin plinths of science and technology. Taken together, these two interrelated domains reassure us that the 19th-century story of never-ending progress remains intact. Without them, the arguments that we are undergoing cultural decay — ranging from the collapse of art and literature after 1945 to the soft totalitarianism of political correctness in media and academia to the sordid worlds of reality television and popular entertainment — would gather far more force. Liberals often assert that science and technology remain essentially healthy; conservatives sometimes counter that these are false utopias; but the two sides of the culture wars silently agree that the accelerating development and application of the natural sciences continues apace.

Yet during the Great Recession, which began in 2008 and has no end in sight, these great expectations have been supplemented by a desperate necessity. We need high-paying jobs to avoid thinking about how to compete with China and India for low-paying jobs. We need rapid growth to meet the wishful expectations of our retirement plans and our runaway welfare states. We need science and technology to dig us out of our deep economic and financial hole, even though most of us cannot separate science from superstition or technology from magic. In our hearts and minds, we know that desperate optimism will not save us. Progress is neither automatic nor mechanistic; it is rare. Indeed, the unique history of the West proves the exception to the rule that most human beings through the millennia have existed in a naturally brutal, unchanging, and impoverished state. But there is no law that the exceptional rise of the West must continue. So we could do worse than to inquire into the widely held opinion that America is on the wrong track (and has been for some time), to wonder whether Progress is not doing as well as advertised, and perhaps to take exceptional measures to arrest and reverse any decline.

The state of true science is the key to knowing whether something is truly rotten in the United States. But any such assessment encounters an immediate and almost insuperable challenge. Who can speak about the true health of the ever-expanding universe of human knowledge, given how complex, esoteric, and specialized the many scientific and technological fields have become? When any given field takes half a lifetime of study to master, who can compare and contrast and properly weight the rate of progress in nanotechnology and cryptography and superstring theory and 610 other disciplines? Indeed, how do we even know whether the so-called scientists are not just lawmakers and politicians in disguise, as some conservatives suspect in fields as disparate as climate change, evolutionary biology, and embryonic-stem-cell research, and as I have come to suspect in almost all fields? For now, let us acknowledge this measurement problem — I will return to it later — but not let it stop our inquiry into modernity before it has even begun.



II.

When tracked against the admittedly lofty hopes of the 1950s and 1960s, technological progress has fallen short in many domains. Consider the most literal instance of non-acceleration: We are no longer moving faster. The centuries-long acceleration of travel speeds — from ever-faster sailing ships in the 16th through 18th centuries, to the advent of ever-faster railroads in the 19th century, and ever-faster cars and airplanes in the 20th century — reversed with the decommissioning of the Concorde in 2003, to say nothing of the nightmarish delays caused by strikingly low-tech post-9/11 airport-security systems. Today’s advocates of space jets, lunar vacations, and the manned exploration of the solar system appear to hail from another planet. A faded 1964 Popular Science cover story — “Who’ll Fly You at 2,000 m.p.h.?” — barely recalls the dreams of a bygone age.

The official explanation for the slowdown in travel centers on the high cost of fuel, which points to the much larger failure in energy innovation. Real oil prices today exceed those of the Carter catastrophe of 1979–80. Nixon’s 1974 call for full energy independence by 1980 has given way to Obama’s 2011 call for one-third oil independence by 2020. Even before Fukushima, the nuclear industry and its 1954 promise of “electrical energy too cheap to meter” had long since been defeated by environmentalism and nuclear-proliferation concerns. One cannot in good conscience encourage an undergraduate in 2011 to study nuclear engineering as a career. “Clean tech” has become a euphemism for “energy too expensive to afford,” and in Silicon Valley it has also become an increasingly toxic term for near-certain ways to lose money. Without dramatic breakthroughs, the alternative to more-expensive oil may turn out to be not cleaner and much-more-expensive wind, algae, or solar, but rather less-expensive and dirtier coal.

Warren Buffett massively capitalized on both of these trends with his $44 billion investment, most made in late 2009, in BNSF Railway — making it the largest non-financial company in the Berkshire Hathaway portfolio. Understandably, the Oracle of Omaha proclaimed “an all-in wager on the economic future of the United States” and downplayed any doubts he might have harbored. For present purposes, it suffices to note that 40 percent of railroad freight involves the transport of coal, and that railroads will do especially well if the travel and energy consumption patterns of the 21st century involve a regression to the past.

In the past decade, the unresolved energy challenges of the 1970s have broadened into a more general commodity shock, which has been greater in magnitude than the price spikes of the two world wars and has undone the price improvements of the previous century. In the case of agriculture, at least, technological famine may lead to real old-fashioned famine. The fading of the true Green Revolution — which increased grain yields by 126 percent from 1950 to 1980, but has improved them by only 47 percent in the years since, barely keeping pace with global population growth — has encouraged another, more highly publicized “green revolution” of a more political and less certain character. We may embellish the 2011 Arab Spring as the hopeful by-product of the information age, but we should not downplay the primary role of runaway food prices and of the many desperate people who became more hungry than scared.

Warren Buffett massively capitalized on both of these trends with his $44 billion investment, most made in late 2009, in BNSF Railway — making it the largest non-financial company in the Berkshire Hathaway portfolio. Understandably, the Oracle of Omaha proclaimed “an all-in wager on the economic future of the United States” and downplayed any doubts he might have harbored. For present purposes, it suffices to note that 40 percent of railroad freight involves the transport of coal, and that railroads will do especially well if the travel and energy consumption patterns of the 21st century involve a regression to the past.

In the past decade, the unresolved energy challenges of the 1970s have broadened into a more general commodity shock, which has been greater in magnitude than the price spikes of the two world wars and has undone the price improvements of the previous century. In the case of agriculture, at least, technological famine may lead to real old-fashioned famine. The fading of the true Green Revolution — which increased grain yields by 126 percent from 1950 to 1980, but has improved them by only 47 percent in the years since, barely keeping pace with global population growth — has encouraged another, more highly publicized “green revolution” of a more political and less certain character. We may embellish the 2011 Arab Spring as the hopeful by-product of the information age, but we should not downplay the primary role of runaway food prices and of the many desperate people who became more hungry than scared.


IV.
Let us now try to tackle this very thorny measurement problem from a very different angle. If meaningful scientific and technological progress occurs, then we reasonably would expect greater economic prosperity (though this may be offset by other factors). And also in reverse: If economic gains, as measured by certain key indicators, have been limited or nonexistent, then perhaps so has scientific and technological progress. Therefore, to the extent that economic growth is easier to quantify than scientific or technological progress, economic numbers will contain indirect but important clues to our larger investigation.

The single most important economic development in recent times has been the broad stagnation of real wages and incomes since 1973, the year when oil prices quadrupled. To a first approximation, the progress in computers and the failure in energy appear to have roughly canceled each other out. Like Alice in the Red Queen’s race, we (and our computers) have been forced to run faster and faster to stay in the same place.
Taken at face value, the economic numbers suggest that the notion of breathtaking and across-the-board progress is far from the mark. If one believes the economic data, then one must reject the optimism of the scientific establishment. Indeed, if one shares the widely held view that the U.S. government may have understated the true rate of inflation — perhaps by ignoring the runaway inflation in government itself, notably in education and health care (where much higher spending has yielded no improvement in the former and only modest improvement in the latter) — then one may be inclined to take gold prices seriously and conclude that real incomes have fared even worse than the official data indicate.

This dismal and straightforward conclusion tends to be obscured by a range of secondary issues, which are important but do not really change the larger point about trends since 1973:


Mean incomes outperformed median incomes (inflation-adjusted in both cases), and there was a trend towards greater inequality. Median incomes rose by only 10 percent. Mean incomes rose by 29 percent, which works out to a glacial pace of only about 0.7 percent per year — much slower than in the preceding four decades.
Non-wage benefits, mostly health care, increased by about $2,600 per worker, for an additional 0.2 percent per year since 1973. So if the U.S. government has underestimated inflation by only 0.9 percentage points per year, then mean wages and benefits have been completely stagnant.
Corporate profits increased from 9 percent to 12 percent of GDP — again, a significant but easily exaggerated shift.
Women were hired in the 1980s and men were fired in the 2000s.
College graduates did better, and high-school graduates did worse. But both became worse off in the years after 2000, especially when one includes the rapidly escalating costs of college.
The era of globalization improved living standards by making labor and goods cheaper, but also hurt living standards through increased competition for limited resources. Free-trade advocates tend to think that the first effect dominates the second.
Economic progress may lag behind scientific and technological achievement, but 38 years seems like an awfully long time.

The economic future looked very different in the 1960s. In his 1967 bestseller The American Challenge, Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber argued that accelerating technological progress would widen the gap between the United States and the rest of the world, and that by 2000, “the post-industrial societies will be, in this order: the United States, Japan, Canada, Sweden. That is all.” According to Servan-Schreiber, the difference between the United States and the rest of Europe would grow from a difference of degree into a difference of kind, comparable to the difference between Europe and Egypt or Nigeria. As a result of this steady divergence, Americans would face less pressure to compete:

In 30 years America will be a post-industrial society. . . . There will be only four work days a week of seven hours per day. The year will be comprised of 39 work weeks and 13 weeks of vacation. With weekends and holidays this makes 147 work days a year and 218 free days a year. All this within a single generation.
We need to resist the temptation to dismiss Servan-Schreiber’s space-age optimism so that we can better understand how the consensus he represented could have been so terribly wrong — and how, instead, for many Americans, the Fourth Commandment (“Remember the Sabbath day, and keep it holy”) has been effectively forgotten.
V.
Like technology, credit also makes claims on the future. “I will gladly pay you a dollar on Tuesday for a hamburger today” works only if a dollar gets earned by Tuesday. A credit crisis happens when earnings disappoint and the present does not live up to past expectations of the future.

The current crisis of housing and financial leverage contains many hidden links to broader questions concerning long-term progress in science and technology. On one hand, the lack of easy progress makes leverage more dangerous, because when something goes wrong, macroeconomic growth cannot offer a salve; time will not cure liquidity or solvency problems in a world where little grows or improves with time. On the other hand, the lack of easy progress also makes leverage far more tempting, as unleveraged real returns fall below the expectations of pension funds and other investors

This analysis suggests an explanation for the strange way the technology bubble of the 1990s gave rise to the real-estate bubble of the 2000s. After betting heavily on technology growth that did not materialize, investors tried to achieve the needed double-digit returns through massive leverage in seemingly safe real-estate investments. This did not work either, because a major reason for the bubble in real estate turned out to be the same as the reason for the bubble in technology: a mistaken but nearly universal background assumption about easy progress. Without fundamental gains in productivity (presumably driven by technology), real-estate values could not go up forever. Leverage is not a substitute for scientific progress.



VI.
The technology slowdown threatens not just our financial markets, but the entire modern political order, which is predicated on easy and relentless growth. The give-and-take of Western democracies depends on the idea that we can craft political solutions that enable most people to win most of the time. But in a world without growth, we can expect a loser for every winner. Many will suspect that the winners are involved in some sort of racket, so we can expect an increasingly nasty edge to our politics. We may be witnessing the beginnings of such a zero-sum system in politics in the U.S. and Western Europe, as the risks shift from winning less to losing more, and as our leaders desperately cast about for macroeconomic solutions to problems that have not been primarily about economics for a long time.

The most common name for a misplaced emphasis on macroeconomic policy is “Keynesianism.” Despite his brilliance, John Maynard Keynes was always a bit of a fraud, and there is always a bit of clever trickery in massive fiscal stimulus and the related printing of paper money. But we must acknowledge that this fraud strangely seemed to work for many decades. (The great scientific and technological tailwind of the 20th century powered many economically delusional ideas.) Even during the Great Depression of the 1930s, innovation expanded new and emerging fields as divergent as radio, movies, aeronautics, household appliances, polymer chemistry, and secondary oil recovery. In spite of their many mistakes, the New Dealers pushed technological innovation very hard.

The New Deal deficits, however misguided, were easily repaid by the growth of subsequent decades. During the Great Recession of the 2010s, by contrast, our policy leaders narrowly debate fiscal and monetary questions with much greater erudition, but have adopted a cargo-cult mentality with respect to the question of future innovation. As the years pass and the cargo fails to arrive, we eventually may doubt whether it will ever return. The age of monetary bubbles naturally ends in real austerity.

On the political right, we are seeing a quiet shift from the optimism of Jack Kemp to the pessimism of Ron Paul, from supply-side economics to theTea Party, and from the idea that we can combine tax cuts with more spending to the idea that money is either hard or fake. A mischievous person might even ask whether “supply-side economics” really was just a sort of code word for “Keynesianism.” For now it suffices to acknowledge that lower marginal tax rates might not happen and would not substitute for the much-needed construction of hundreds of new nuclear reactors.
VII.
We have seen that even the simple question of whether a technology slowdown has occurred is far from straightforward. The critical question of why such a slowdown seems to have occurred is harder still, and we do not have the space to tackle it fully here. Let us end with the related question of what can now be done. Most narrowly, can our government restart the stalled innovation engine?

The state can successfully push science; there is no sense denying it. The Manhattan Project and the Apollo program remind us of this possibility. Free markets may not fund as much basic research as needed. On the day after Hiroshima, the New York Times could with some reason pontificate about the superiority of centralized planning in matters scientific: “End result: An invention [the nuclear bomb] was given to the world in three years which it would have taken perhaps half a century to develop if we had to rely on

          FDR1906 Freedomain Radio Sunday Show 8 May 2011        
Investing in a downturn, Ron Paul and voting, freeing all drug 'offenders', bullying, and letting go of childhood guilt.

          FDR1941 Stefan Molyneux of Freedmain Radio on TV - Voluntarists and Ron Paul!        
Tonight on Adam vs. the Man with Adam Kokesh: It's the first ever episode of Adam vs. The Man in front of a live studio audience as Adam takes the show on the road to Porcfest in Lancaster, New Hampshire.

          By: SEAL        
These are the issues and the sniping at each other by the front runners that are being reported by the press? Each accusing the other of the same thing when, as Sandy points out, there is no difference worth mentioning. During the last debate the candidates were asked if they would attack Iran without the approval of congress. I can't remember exactly what he said but Giuliani gave some non-answer about looking into that. Mitt Romney said he would have to check with his attornies! Ron Paul literally yelled at them when he heard that. He told them to open the constitution and read it - it says only congress can declare war. He wanted to know why Romney thought he should consult with an attorney about it. Paul was absolutely aghast, bouncing up and down and red faced. I could see he wanted to charge across the stage and throttle the man. I did too. It was the worst and most exposing answer Romney could have uttered. Where are the commentary and opinion articles about this? That episode should have made Ron Paul the immediate front runner for the repugnant nomination. Apparently, he is the only one who has read the constitution or who's first thought is not finding some way to circumvent it to create another cash cow for the coporate fat cats. Romney's answer should disqualify him from being a candidate. I don't like Ron Paul. He wants to dismantle all the middle class entitlements, eliminate the department of education, and so on. But, at least, he has read the constitution and says it should be obeyed. Where is the outrage? Where is the MSM? That episode should be on the 6 & 11:00 news. Political commentators should be having a field day tearing Romney apart. Instead, we get the above garbage. What the hell happened to my country?
          FDR1980 Walter Block vs Stefan Molyneux vs Ron Paul!        
I respond to an article by Dr Walter Block about my arguments against the value and potential of political action. Eriginal article: http://lewrockwell.com/block/block180.html

          FDR2003 Virtue, Freedom and the End of War        
A conversation with an economics and philosophy study group about the withdrawal of troops by Ron Paul, the logic of my approach to ethics - Universally Preferable Behavior - the ethics of vegetarianism, and the challenges of ethical nihilism.

          FDR2063 Ron Paul Is Not A Racist!        
I am no fan of political action, but these attacks are utterly unjust -- from Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio --

          FDR2066 How to Elect Ron Paul        
A gift to those who believe that political action will set us free. By Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio -

          Unread “Stimulus” Bill Passes, National Debt Rises        
Ron Paul notes that only 5 printed copies of the bill were available to read, some of it handwritten. These copies were only made available after 12:30 AM last night, hardly enough time to even skim the surface of what was contained within the 1,071 pages. “The bankruptcy of the country is at our doorstep […]
          Ron Paul: The Road to Nationalization and What About the BIG Bailout???        
The $15 billion auto industry bailout really is a petty distraction compared to the $8+ trillion spent so far on the bank bailout scams. Ron Paul speaking in the House of Representatives on 12/10/2008: Ron Paul’s 2nd Speech from 12/10/2008:
          Ron Paul: Don’t Bail Out the Auto Industry        
Ron Paul gets it right again:
          Ron Paul: With or Without Bailout There Could Be a Depression        
The revised bailout has a few good things in it, along with more bad things — and it’s loaded with “pork”.  When it’s all said and done and the bailout is passed, there will still be a recession and maybe a depression.
          Ron Paul: Bailouts Are Attacking the Dollar        

          More From Ron Paul on the Bailouts, Financial Crisis        

          George W. Bush/George H.W. Bush Masonic Handshake        

Interesting video clip, also compare to appearance of Congressman Ron Paul on Bill Maher HBO program.


          Fox News host says RuPaul as likely a GOP candidate as Ron Paul        
That's the message send by anchor Brit Hume during Tuesday night's election coverage.
          A divided vote in Dixville Notch        
Dixville Notch, the tiny New Hampshire village that traditionally votes at midnight, sent no clear message this morning. Of the six votes cast, Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman each received two; Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul received one vote apiece. The winner in Dixville Notch has been the Republican nominee for president in every election
          More detail emerges on the latest polling data from Iowa        
High turnout will be good news for Mitt Romney, the strongest choice among Republican loyalists. Low turnout will benefit the passionate followers of Ron Paul.
          Ron Paul’s fed up with questions about his newsletters        
With the Iowa caucuses drawing near, and his political star shining brighter than ever, the heat is turning up on Ron Paul over controversial newsletters sent out 20 years ago in his name. And he's not happy about it.
          Father forgive me because I don't know what I'm doing.        
Father forgive me for what I'm about to do, in case I'm wrong. I've been noticing things that I was not noticing before. Take a look at the picture below. Disregard my comments for a moment. Can you notice something not right?

Not the icon of Jesus. Jesus is not Christ. Making icons is wrong!

NWO letters in reverse (New World Order), suggesting satan. Listen to 'Stairway to Heavens' in reverse if you need further proof. There are many hidden satanic messages in many different pop songs of many different artists. Obama, Bush, Clinton, now Ron Paul and other members of the ruling elite puppets use horned owl hand symbolism above the masses of people to depict the dominion of satan over human kind. If you look at Jesus Christ icon you will notice all of those. I marked them out for your convenience.

This could mean two things. Either Jesus Christ is a fabrication of the ruling elite or ruling elite (illuminati, masons and whatnot) and satan want us to think he is a fabrication. There are several groups of 'people' distributing different theories, suggesting that Jesus will come in a space ship and that he is an evil alien we need to fight against. This theory has many holes, because the only evil on this planet is done by the same people who fabricate such stories. The evil on this planet is done by satan's slaves and servants, puppets and minions, soulless zombies that have no free will and only obey wishes of their master, satan. Propaganda of satan is huge and powerful, many are deceived. Confusion is great. I know one thing for sure. If satan and its minions are saying one thing, then it must be the other way around. This is something I'm 100% sure of.

I just noticed that the above image was cut a little bit. It says "they think they're better than the rest of us, special". They're not, they're much worse than the rest of us, they're the scum.

January, 18th 2012, UPDATE:
I don't think that is a Son of Man on the icon, people refer to as Jesus or Isus or Ysus. And why would Jesus be showing anything with his hand other than a middle finger to satan and its minions? And where is the cross behind the "Jesus" head intersecting? In the middle of a human brain, suggesting a mind control, hypnotism and new age trance. Satan knows that the key to Father is a human kind. Deciphering a gene code by satan scientists was a big step for satan and its minions, things kinda started going faster in hell. It is an obvious rise of human kind diseases, disorders, problems, sufferings and deaths. After careful examination of the icon, "Jesus" might be showing 616 number with his right hand rather than 666, but you should be the judge of that.

January, 21st 2012, UPDATE:
Satan deception always go on many different levels, it's always deep. So, let's just scratch the surface of a pile of cr@p and go just one level below.

One of Commandments:

Thou shalt not make for thyself any graven image (carved idol) or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; thou shalt not bow down to them or serve them;

That icon of "Jesus" is usually on wood, sometimes on the stone. Jesus never said we should not obey the Commandments, quite the contrary, Jesus said many times that we should obey Commandments and pray to Father in Heavens and not to carved or drawn or whatever idols, a piece of wood, stone, etc. So, whoever is reading New Testament and then praying to images, kissing a piece of wood, stone, glass or whatever, is deceived. Yet, it's just a first level of deception, who knows how many there really are. Whoever doesn't think and use a free will is nothing but a servant of satan and a mindless slave of New World Order. Father gave you mind and a free will, so use it.
          Democrats = Republicans = illuminati = evil, corruption, pollution, torture, suffering and death.        
Now, I'm not an American, but somehow I'm able to see what the majority of Americans are unable. Ron Paul is from the same political party as George Bush, yes, the idiot who decided to proceed with Operation Northwoods and stage the terrorist attack against his own people (September 11, 2001). Why? Well, because they all see the rest of us as slaves and guinea pigs, we're all expendables and they're breeding us to serve them.

Operation Northwoods details.

Whether you vote for Democrats or Republicans or whatever, you're always voting for the same masters in the shadows over and over again. The voting system has been made to fool you into thinking that you have a choice. The deception is somehow working. Bush is the guy who caused many wars, deaths and destruction. Obama too. Clinton as well. All of governments in the world and all parties in the world work together to control the masses of slaves. And with elections, they're just buying time to find new ways of controlling and killing us. No the evil is not rising, the evil is on top of all of us for thousands of years. They have secret handshakes and symbols.

Illuminati symbolism and handshakes.

You're voting for the followers of lucifer over and over again and you're turning backs to Father more and more.





Now, in 2012 when everything starts to fall and burn, don't say you were not warned.

October, 6th 2011, UPDATE:
I can digest it for you if you don't want to watch above videos to the end, no problem. The first video shows connection between Ron Paul with illuminati and demons. The second video shows same connection of the opposed candidate Rick Perry. Besides the well-known special illuminati symbols and handshakes there are often hidden messages when illuminati sounds are played in reverse. Good example is a well-known Stairway to Heaven, which is actually a stairway to hell when played in reverse and is nothing but a hymn to satan and lucifer. And it is amazing because the entire song makes perfect sense when played in both ways. Something like that no mortal can achieve. However, since the movies, music, video games and whatnot were made to entertain people, none of those are taken seriously by the majority of slaves. Entire concept and idea of demons, devil, satan and lucifer are being worshipped by hollywood, right in your face ... and what slaves do? They laugh, it's funny. Well, it's not fully, they're telling you you're stupid each and every day. When Ron Paul's speech is played in reverse it contains some hidden messages. And those messages, when put together, would mean, if I understood correctly, that Ron Paul is one of them, regardless of his act and that we're all dumb slaves. He also announces a new conflict in 2012, after his win, the conflict that will raise in Syria. And this is actually very logical when you think about it. Even JFK, who was killed by illuminati, tried to tell us all about them. Problem with the system we're born into is that it's a slavery controlled by evil and demons who look like the rest of us, because they control everything on this planet, they control our senses, they damage us with vaccines, pollution, corruption, all the chemicals and electrical interferences. The fact remains, we know nothing, because they keep us ignorant. The first thing we learn in school is to worship satan, through the theory of evolution. It's a very cunning deception and they must feed it to us very early to prevent us getting into Heavens. They make sure that we'll absorb the deception by hacking into our bodies with vaccines. Those vaccines contain undetectable particles of evil, undetectable because the labs that are producing these particles are also making devices that are used to check out presence of unwanted stuff. When you have the same labs and facilities producing both of those, you end up with receiving a lot of poison.

The second video, although made as a joke, is actually revealing a lot of details. Each illuminati puppet is always appearing on a well prepared stage always containing special symbols and messages. Do you really think that those flags were folded like that by pure chance? And even the 5 point stars that appear on all of our flags speak about how widespread masons / illuminati are. Even the Sony gamepad is telling you who is always on top of you, above you.

To shorten the long story, we can end all of this. All we need to do is do the opposite from what they're telling us to do. If they worship demons, satan, lucifer and whatnot in movies, music, etc. we must worship Father, the Creator of Everything. If they're telling us we need to use their services of evil when we need help, we must do the opposite. We must ask Father for help. If they're telling us we need to spend our time working in our small cubicles for some useless paper they'll eventually take back from us through bills, taxes and whatnot, we must do the opposite. Not work for them and not pay them, instead pray to Father, but not the way they want us to pray. We must pray for the destruction of pentagon / pentagram and all the evil. Father will find the way to help us, even if it means by destroying entire infrastructure of evil. If you could just stop for a moment and look around you, you would notice that the infrastructure of evil is everywhere around you, the entire planet is polluted and corrupted. And this is our fault, fault of our ancestors. So, there will be a lot of casualties. But, the same way as we were designed to be amazing bio-electrical machines, our Father will reconstruct everyone that are worthy of such an effort. Just pray for the destruction of evil and it'll happen. It has already begun, but you need to stay strong and continue. You must have noticed during hurricane Katrina how small and helpless the evil really is. The evil can only prey on us while we're weak without any faith. With the power and help of our Father we can crush evil and all those facilities, labs and machinery of hell. Stay strong and pray for the destruction of evil, don't waste your energy on anything else!
          The Path to Fed-Exit        

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute July 25, 2016   I recently proposed that the liberty movement capitalize on Brexit with “Fed-exit”: a campaign to “secede” from the Federal Reserve. Fed-exit could be accomplished with a few simple policy changes. Passing Audit the Fed is a good first step toward Fed-exit. Contrary to the Federal Reserve’s […]

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          Don’t Be Fooled by the Federal Reserve’s Anti-Audit Propaganda        

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute March 8, 2015     Don’t Be Fooled by the Federal Reserve’s Anti-Audit Propaganda   In recent weeks, the Federal Reserve and its apologists in Congress and the media have launched numerous attacks on the Audit the Fed legislation. These attacks amount to nothing more than distortions about the […]

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          If the Fed Has Nothing to Hide, It Has Nothing to Fear        

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute January 19, 2015     If the Fed Has Nothing to Hide, It Has Nothing to Fear   Since the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913, the dollar has lost over 97 percent of its purchasing power, the US economy has been subjected to a series of painful […]

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          Discussion: Sumusne Etiam Hic?        
Salvete Omnes!

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          RON PAUL BECOMES FRONT RUNNER!        
RON PAUL MOVES INTO A FRONT RUNNER STATUS!


          LOL at CNN!        
CNN Defends the Fed – Calls Ron Paul Economically Illiterate! ROFLOL!!!


          Ron Paul Targets Rick Perry        

          Peace Revolution episode 092: The National Security Coup / From Barry Seal to 9-11        
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  1. (0min-1min) Reagan asks someone special to join him
  2. (1m-2m) Behind Iran Contra- man on the street
  3. (1m-2m) CIA deals Drugs – Secret Heartbeat of America
  4. (2m-3m) CIA are Drug Smugglers – DEA Director
  5. (3m-4m) Drug smuggling started in Vietnam – Peter Dale Scott from Behind Iran Contra
  6. (4m-5m) Drugs coming in at alarming rates – Reagan
  7. (5m-6m) Clinton, Mena, Barry Seal – Mena
  8. (6m-7m) “fall to communism” argument for Vietnam, et al
  9. (7m-9m) Inside the DEA Drug Sting that blew the lid off of CIA drug trafficking –Mike Levine

10.  (9m-10m) Accomplished with your help - Reagan

11.  (10m-11m) Behind Iran Contra - Coup

12.  (10m-11m) Nancy Reagan – Just Say No

13.  (11m-12m) Congressmen get Canned – Behind Iran Contra

14.  (11m-12m) Fired Covert Operators yield Bush/Reagan

15.  (12m-14m) Iran Contra October Surprise with Barbara Honegger

16.  (14m-15m)  Bush Clinton Mena – Secret Heartbeat of America

17.  (15m-19m) Is the CIA involved in Drug Tafficking? – Ron Paul

18.  (19m-24m) CIA Guns and Iran Contra – Marshall Thomas

19.  (24m-25m) Fawn Hall and Why Iran

20.  (25m-26m) Reagan Lies – Behind Iran Contra

21.  (26m-28m) Barry Seal – In Search of American Drug Lords

22.  (28m-30m) Barry Seal setup by Govt – Dave Emory 1987

23.  (30m-31m) Clinton Questioned – Mena Connection

24.  (31m-33m) Time Magazine Cover up – Mena Connection

25.  (33m-34m) Arkansas parts for Contra Weapons – Mena Connection

26.  (34m-36m) Seal Photographic Memory – Dave Emory 1987

27.  (36m-37m) Drugs for Arms via DEA w/ John Kerry – Mena Connection

28.  (36m-37m)Pirates – Behind Iran Contra

29.  (37m-38m) TAI PAN OPIUM WARS and HONG KONG

30.  (38m-40m) SEAL OSWALD DRUGS ARMS – Emory 503b

31.  (40m-42m) CIA Opium Cold War – McCoy

32.  (42m-43m) Doing something about drugs – Reagan

33.  (43m-44m) Barry Flew Plane out of Dallas 11-22-63 – Dave Emory 503a

34.  (43m-44m) Barry Seal’s plane N-Numbers changed – similar to 9-11 Venice Airport – Mena

35.  (44m-45m) SEAL MENA

36.  (45m-46m) Crack Cocaine

37.  (46m-47m) Aircraft Modifications – Mena

38.  (47m-48m) Seal MLK airstrip building – Dave Emory 503b

39.  (47m-48m) Secret Airstrip training – Mena

40.  (48m-50m) Oliver North Barry Seal – Dave Emory 2005

41.  (50m-52m) continuity of Govt. Oliver North

42.  (52m-52m) SEAL WORKED FOR BUSH – WHISTLEBLOWER DEAD- Emory 2005 f503a

43.  (52m-53m) Nancy Reagan – No Moral Middle Ground

44.  (53m-55m)Immortal Technique Peruvian Cocaine / Scarface

45.  (55m-56m) Behind Iran Contra – Deny Covert Operation

46.  (56m-59m) Peter Brewton – Origins of Iran Contra in S&L

47.  (59m-1h) Abuse of Power Montage – Behind Iran Contra

48.  (1h-1h2m) man on the street thinks it will continue – Behind Iran Contra

49.  (1h2m-1h3m) July 2000 Opium Ban - McCoy

50.  (1h3m-1h4m) Atta in Venice – Welcome to Terrorland

51.  (1h4m-1h5m) SEAL BEN VENISTE – Dave Emory

52.  (1h5m-1h6m) terrorists returned cars – Welcome to Terrorland

53.  (1h6m-1h7m) Dekkers FBI Cargo Plane

54.  (1h7m-1h10m) Magic Dutch Boy Theory – Welcome to Terrorland

55.  (1h10m-1h12m) CIA agent Tosh Plumlee says National Security Coup de Tat has occurred

56.  (1h12m-1h16m) CIA Agent says War is Eugenics and Drug War is fake – Robert Steele

57.  (1h16m- 1h17m) The American People have the Right to Know – Dirty Secrets CIA Drugs

58.  (1h17m-1h51m) Richards Introductory Monologue

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59.  (1h51m-3h) Iran Contra and the Deep State- Richard Grove with Tim Kelly on “Our Interesting Times”

60.  (3h-4h47m) The Mafia, the CIA, and George Bush – Peter Brewton

61.  (4h47m-5h39m) In Search of American Druglords – Daniel Hopsicker (JFK to Barry Seal)

62.  (5h39m-6h20m) Barry Seal’s Setup – Dave Emory 1987

63.  (6h20m-6h44m) The Dirty Secrets and History of the CIA, Drugs, Finance, and Contras by Robert Parry

64.  (6h44m-7h35m) The CIA and the Death of Barry Seal – Dave Emory 2005

65.  (7h35m-8h44m) Coverup: Behind the Iran Contra Affair

66.  (8h44m-11h2m) The Mena Connection - Exposing the CIA, Bush, Clinton, and Iran Contra Drug Running

67.  (11h2m-12h42m) Clinton Chronicles

68.  (12h42m-13h36m) James Corbett’s “Requiem for the Suicided: Vince Foster

69.  (13h36m-14h33m) Compromised: Drugs, Clinton, Bush and the CIA  -Terry Reed with Jeff Steinberg

70.  (14h33m-16h13m) Secret Heartbeat of America – Daniel Hopsicker 1997 (80’s Mena Druglord Connection)

71.  (16h13m-16h37m) How Crack funded the CIA – Gary Webb Interview on Iran Contra

72.  (16h37m-16h38m) Nancy Reagan – Crack Cocaine

73.  (16h38m-17h5m) Prof. Alfred McCoy on the Opium Trade in Afghanistan

74.  (17h5m-18h5m) Welcome to Terrorland: Mohammed Atta and the Venice Flying Circus – Daniel Hopsicker

75.  (18h5m-18h6m) Nancy Reagan

76.  (18h6m-18h11m)Peruvian Cocaine – Immortal Technique

 

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Peace Revolution episode 089: The Art of Freedom / Keep Calm & Start Thinking

Peace Revolution episode 088: The U.N.-American Agenda / World Federalism & the United Nations Gambit

Peace Revolution episode 087: Privacy & Surveillance / The Future of Freedom vs. The Architecture of Oppression

Peace Revolution episode 083: America and the Great Game / A Strategy of Tension

Peace Revolution episode 082: The British Elephant in the American Living Room / The Empire Always Listens and Never Forgets

Peace Revolution episode 081: Self-Confidence vs. Social Engineering

See Also:

Peace Revolution episode 046: Liberty is Life / Practical Applications of Rationality

Peace Revolution episode 047: Slavery is Death / Practical Applications of Irrationality

Peace Revolution episode 048: The Philosophy of Life / This is John Galt Speaking

Peace Revolution episode 027: DIAMONDS / The Jewel of Denial / Outgrowing Stockholm Syndrome

Peace Revolution episode 023: How to Free Your Mind / The Occulted (Hidden) Keys of Wisdom


          Peace Revolution episode 077: The Rise of the Surveillance State / Freedom isn't Free         
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Peace Revolution episode 077

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(0m-4m) “Stop Watching Us” Public Service Announcement

(4m-6m) Ron Paul, 1994 speech to Congress on the rapid growth and misuse of the Surveillance State

(6m-20m) Walter Cronkite, World Federalist Society juxtaposed to globalism, spying & war on terrorism

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(Book) The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI’s Manufactured War on Terror by Trevor Aaronson

(35m-1h50m) History… So It Doesn’t Repeat: The Origins of U.S. Intelligence and Why It Spies on Americans

(1h50m-2h50m) Corbett Report: Who Was Really Behind the 9-11 Attacks?

(2h50m-3h45m) Jon Rappoport interviewed on Red Ice Radio “The Surveillance State”

(3h45m-4h55m) Gen. Albert Stubblebine interviewed on Gnostic Media

(4h55m-5h25m) Corbett Report: Learn History with Philip Zelikow

(5h25m-6h30m) Philip Shenon: Inside the 9-11 Commission Investigation

(6h30m-7h) Defense Against the Psychopath by Stefan Verstappen

(7h-7h7m) The Psychology of Authority

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See also: (Audio) Peace Revolution episode 023: How to Free Your Mind / The Occulted (Hidden) Keys of Wisdom


          Peace Revolution episode 067: Integrity as the Measure of Value        
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(01m-04m) What if Money Didn’t Matter by Alan Watts (500,000+ views)

(03m-4m) sample from Manly Palmer Hall “Integrity the Endangered Virtue”

(4m-34m) 30-min sampling of Congressman Ron Paul’s farewell address accompanied by the music of Stanley Kubrick’s films

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(41m-1h) Richard’s introductory monologue

(1h-2h12m) Dr. Chengiah Ragaven interview “Psychology and Control”

(2h12m-3h30m) Manly Palmer Hall “Integrity the Endangered Virtue”

(3h30m-4h37m) “What we can all learn from John Taylor Gatto” Richard Grove interviewed by Greg Moffitt

(4h37m-5h38m) Manly Palmer Hall “Those who attain integrity must pass on the Lamp”

(5h38m-5h44m) The Ghost of Tom Joad (see also: The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck)

See Also: Peace Revolution episodes: 009, 022, 027, 037, 041, 042, 043, 044, 046, 048, 049, 051, 059, 061, 063, 064, 065

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          Peace Revolution episode 054: The Law of Personal Liberty / Outgrowing Slavery, Oppression, and Legal Plunder        
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  7. (minutes 0-2) Dr. Ron Paul commenting on Lysander Spooner’s philosophy of freedom (on YouTube)
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  11. (minutes 12-End) The Law by Frederic Bastiat (1850)
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"Memories of a Political Prisoner", an interview with Professor Chengiah Ragaven, graduate of Oxford, Cambridge, and Sussex; AFTER he was a political prisoner, who was exiled from South Africa, during Apartheid. (2011)

What You've Been Missing! (2011) is our video series focusing in on the history of corruption in our public education system.

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          Sundance 2014        
Sundance was once again a good success for us; Although people like Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson and Michael Fassbender chose to skip the festival this year, we did manage a good group of autographs from many, including:


Aaron Paul, Alfred Molina, Andie MacDowell, Anna Kendrick, Astrid Berges Frisbey, Aubrey Plaza, Austin Stowell, Ben Schwartz, Bill Hader, Boyd Holbrook, Brady Corbet, Brit Marling, Cameron Monaghan, Catherine Keener, Cheryl Hines, Chloe Moretz, Chris O'Dowd, Christina Hendricks, Christopher Meloni, Dan Stevens, Dane Dehaan, Diane Kruger, Elijah Wood, Elizabeth Moss, Elle Fanning, Emily Borwning, Flea, Gitte Witt, Hannah Murray, Jason Schwartzman, Jermaine Clement, Jenny Slate, Jermiah Bitsui, Jesse Eisenberg, John Lithgow, John Slattery, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Kaitlyn Dever, Kelly Reilly,Kodi Smit Mcphee, Krysten Ritter, Kyle Gallner, Lane Garrison, Lea Thompson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Maika Monroe, Mark Ruffalo, Marisa Tomei, Martin Starr, Matthew Gray Gubler, Melanie Lynskey, Michael C Hall, Michael Pitt, Michael Shannon, Michael Vartan, Miles Teller, Nicholas Hoult, Olly alexander, Paul Reiser, Rachel McAdams, Rainn Wilson, Richard Ayoade, Rose McGwowan, Sam Rockwell, Shailene Woodley, Shiloh Fernandez, Steven Yeun, Ted Danson, Wes Bentley, Willem Dafoe, Wyatt Russell & Zach Braff.



          {TUTO de la barboteuse à smocks}        

Avec mon envie de reprendre ce blog, vient aussi l'envie de partage qui était tellement présente au commencement de ce blog il y a 8 ans déjà ...Vous connaissez sans nul doute le merveilleux patron Pauline de Citronille !!! et bien lorsque Léonie était bébé je l'ai adapté pour obtenir une barboteuse à encolure smockée ... Je vous livre ici le tuto pour réaliser la barboteuse smockée en taille 12 mois (NB : pour la réaliser il faut déjà être en possession du patron Pauline de Citronille). La voici en images :

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Blouse manches longues réalisée en 12 mois d'après le patron Pauline de Citronille

Barboteuse manches courtes modifiée en 12 mois d'après le patron Pauline de Citronille

Liberty Félicité tangerine/moutarde, Cousette

Smocks réalisés en DMC n°3705

 

Voici les deux fichiers PDF (les explications +le patron)

 pour réaliser cette barboteuse en 12 mois :

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          Wall Street Wins the 2012 Iowa Caucuses        
Without a crushing defeat in Iowa, Romney's path to the nomination is clear. No amount of evangelical enthusiasm for Santorum, or youth and independent excitement for Ron Paul, will make a difference. Unless hit by a huge scandal, Wall Street's man won't lose now.
          I'm a vicious antisemite!        
I'd like to nuance a generalization made by Ferdinand Bardamu, quoted in my previous post. Because not all antisemites are nutty conspiracy mongers. Bardamu mentions Dennis Mangan as a sensible guy, who's not at all a moron such as e.g. Richard Hoste. And I agree with this. He also brings up how balanced people, such as Mangan, gets unfairly accused of being anitsemites, and provides a link to how Mangan complains about that.. Mangan has complained fairly often about this at his blog. He thinks it is a wretched thing to falsely accuse someone of being an antisemite (at least when it concerns himself).

To nuance it even more: not all antisemites are vicious. Let's say for example that Dennis Mangan (who's got good credentials from e.g. Bardamu) says that Kevin MacDonald is not of the vicious kind, but that e.g. Conservative Swede is a vicious antisemite -- well, then that's probably true. Just as an example! I'm just trying to show here how we can actually use this more nuanced language in practice. So it's possible to be either a nutty antisemite or a vicious one; or just an ordinary gray mouse antisemite. And even one that is both nutty and vicious (oof!).

Anyway, two beautiful Romanian girls are currently criticizing the proposition-nation concept of citizenship in another thread of this blog. I have often myself argued for that the traditional pre-French-Revolution concept of citizenship is the only viable one. I.e. no special rights at group level for any ethnic minority group, i.e. no mass citizenship granting at group level, giving them access to influencing the political affairs. Anyone who wants to struggle his way into the political rights of a new country will have to do it as an individual, the old-fashioned long and winding way. The point here is that all ethnic minority groups should be treated equally, fairly and squarely. Still, for some reason, I always have to point out that the Jews should NOT be an exception to the rule here (and this for a whole number of reasons: among them mercy for the future plight of the Jews; it's a way of taking them out of the heat. Ferdinand Bardamu has described well the background reasons for this).

Well it's funny how life is full of coincidences, because exactly in that thread at Mangan's (linked by Bardamu) the same two girls and me were discussing the traditional concept of citizenship. The discussion spilled over into the next thread, and there I also took the opportunity to criticize Kevin MacDonald. Dennis Mangan answered me as follows:
Con Swede, after criticizing MacDonald for supposedly saying that "the Jews did it", wants to strip Jews of their citizenship. That's arguably far more anti-Semitic than anything MacDonald has *ever* written.
Oops, I must really be a very bad person then. If Dennis Mangan says it, it's probably so. Bardamu lifts up Dennis Mangan (together with for example Pat Hannagan!!) as one of the sane and balanced ones in the Alt-Right/WN crowd.

And I like the logic of Mangan's reasoning: If no ethnic minority group is going to have special political rights attributed to them at group level, then the Jews won't have it either, therefore it is antisemitic!

What makes Mangan's rating of my degree of antisemitism especially credible, is how strongly he dislikes false accusations of antisemitism (at least there is evidence that he does so, when it's directed at himself). So I must be a vicious antisemite then (I'm still desperately clinging to the word "arguably" here...)

Anyway, I found this funny fellow who is video-blogging, and who also seems balanced and reasoned. He's called Ramzpaul, and one of his vlogs relates to what I'm discussing here. It's called Is Ron Paul a Vicious Anti-Semite?:



This case is parallel to my own. Ron Paul suggested that the USA should withdraw foreign aid from all countries. But that would imply that the aid is withdrawn from Israel, therefore the suggestion is antisemitic! (this time this razor sharp kind of argument was used by David Horowitz).

Furthermore, Ron Paul is a vicious antisemite (once again credit to Horowitz). As Ramzpaul points out: "coz some antisemites can be not vicious". So that's just like me again. Given that Kevin MacDonald is of the "not vicious" kind, and I'm "far more anti-Semitic" than KMac (as Mangan suggests), then I must be at least as vicious an antisemite as Ron Paul.

Pay attention to the phone call made by Ramzpaul by the end of the clip, where he -- by using Horowitz/Mangan style reasoning -- uncovers covert antisemitism in his own life. Such as at this store, that does not allow Jews entering after 10 p.m.

[End of post]
          Comment on My Problem with Originalism by Dialing it Back        
When congress-people, like Ron Paul, call for the repeal of the Sixteenth (16th) Amendment, do you think they are calling for something other than the repeal of the original meaning of that amendment?
          Retro Encounter Bonus Round: Kingsglaive        
Join the Retro Encounter crew as we take our first steps into the next generation of Final Fantasy with the CGI tie-in film, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV. The film certainly has some big names behind it, with the likes of Aaron Paul, Lena Heady, and Sean Bean lending their prestigious talents to the voice cast, but does Kingsglaive hold up as both a movie and an introduction to the highly anticipated game? We discuss the technical merits of the film, theorize about its implications for Final Fantasy XV's story, and have an in-depth discussion on the role female characters play in this world. Featuring: Peter Triezenberg, Caitlin Argyros, Stephanie Sybydlo, Stephen Meyerink
          Need for Speed - Dublado         

SINOPSE:
Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul) herdou do pai uma oficina mecânica, onde, juntamente com sua equipe, modifica carros para que se tornem o mais rápido possível. Além disto, Tobey é um exímio piloto e volta e meia participa de rachas. Um dia, o ex-piloto da Fórmula Indy Dino Brewster (Dominic West) o procura para que Tobey possa concluir um Mustang desenvolvido por um gênio da mecânica que já faleceu. Apesar das divergências entre eles, Tobey aceita a proposta por precisar muito do pagamento oferecido por Dino. O carro é concluído e posteriormente vendido. Entretanto, a velha rixa entre eles faz com que disputem um último racha, que conta ainda com a participação de Pete (Harrison Gilbertson), grande amigo de Tobey. A corrida termina em tragédia devido ao falecimento de Pete. Considerado culpado pela morte, Tobey passa dois anos na prisão. Quando enfim é solto, ele organiza um plano para que possa participar de uma conhecida corrida do submundo onde Dino também correrá.

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          Ron Paul Video Collage        
Great Ron Paul video, hearkens back to the sentiment felt a year ago and all the related videos that went viral.
          Vietnam Vets Who Support Ron Paul        
I appreciate hearing the Vietnam Vet’s take on things, his desire to conclude the Iraq War and his thoughts about the Vietnam War, especially just having listened to recordings of MLK’s speeches opposing the Vietnam War. It was as if America was given [in the 60s] a chance to wake up and stop being a […]
          Great Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr.        
Yesterday Ron Paul called Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., “the great champion of non-violence at home, peace abroad, and civil disobedience against tyrannical government.” Watch/listen to these MLK speeches and you’ll see what Dr. Paul meant. When it came to peace and the defense of inalienable rights Dr. King was a true American hero. Dr. […]
          MLK Day For Ron Paul! Donate Jan 21st!        
“…so you’re suggesting that I’m not electable, and that the Republicans don’t want me because I’m a strict fiscal conservative? Because I believe in civil liberties? Why should we not be defending civil liberties?” —Ron Paul
          Re: Dakota Voice/American Clarion Week in Review, Ending Dec. 31, 2011        

Iraq actually WAS unfinished business; you should read up on history.  Iraq agreed at the end of the Persian Gulf War (after Iraq invaded its neighbor Kuwait, and we repelled them) to weapons inspections to ensure his WMD programs had been completely dismantled. From the beginning, he began to renege on his word and interfere with inspectors. He finally kicked them out completely. Iraq also fired on US and British planes regularly--over 200 times in the year prior to the 2003 invasion--with each instance an act of war.  Iraq was also openly sponsoring terrorism against our ally Israel, and covertly working with other terrorist groups involved in international terrorism. 

I don't know about you, but Ron Paul has long been in a position to know the facts and know better than the crap that comes out of his mouth so frequently.  If he doesn't know better, he's derelict in his duty as a US congressman, and if he does know better, he's nothing but a liar.


          Re: Youths’ support for Ron Paul is misplaced        

I see that I forgot to turn off comments on a "Ron Paul" article, because I grew sick and tired back in 2008 of debunking hordes of dope-legalizing, blame-America-first, head-in-the-sand, do-whatever-the-Hell-makes-you-feel-good Paulbots.

I'm fixing that oversight right now.


          Re: The Orwellian Republican Voter Guide        

Now how did I guess that you just made it up and tried to pass it off as a fact? Because I know liberals so well.

Your first reference talks about how the Nazis tried to capitalize on the isolationists within the Republican Party to help protect their military aggression in Europe.  We have some isolationists today (e.g. Ron Paul); big deal. At least it's not the vast majority of the party playing appeaser and head-in-the-sand politics like the Democrat Party. Not a shred of support for your lie that the Nazis said the GOP was the "vanguard of fascist values."Your second "reference" doesn't mean squat either. The Koch brothers that Leftists loathe today were a little young for supporting Nazis or fascism.  Whatever the Koch family may have done in the past has no bearing whatsoever on what any particular Koch does today.  One of my grandfathers was a racist (he was a Democrat, too, incidentally, as were most of the racists throughout American history) who hated blacks and Jews, yet you won't find a better friend to blacks or Jews than me (not trying to toot my own horn, just pointing out a stark contrast in one family).  You socialists are so desperate to loathe anyone who stands for freedom, there is no end to the length you'll stretch to imagine dirt on a conservative.I don't have time or inclination to read and debunk the rest of your feeble attempts to prop up your brazen lie.  Debunking the first two, in addition to your own admission that you lied, is more than enough to quench any interest in entertaining your drivel any further.


          Ron Paul Institute: “Only Morons Believe What The US Government Says About North Korea”        
by Daniel McAdams via The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity, ZeroHedge.com Aug 10, 2017 Usually foreign analysts of the American political scene are either sycophantic or just annoying, but no one would dare say that about Aussie observer Caitlin Johnstone, whose punk rock style of cutting to the chase is as refreshing as […]
          Defending Occupy        
Comments at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, stltoday.com, site seem overwhelmingly to be anti-Occupy, most recently on this story:St. Louis officials say time for Occupy protesters to leave plaza. Commenters seem to believe the violence and crime now being more frequently reported damns the Occupy movement.

That troubled me.

I believe the underlying reasons for Occupy to be progressive and good for the country but have to admit the crime and violence are a problem. We can't expect to gain the support of Americans if they see police in riot gear hauling-away protestors every night on TV. That creates a very bad impression and might be enough to marginalize the movement.

One way to combat that impression is to remind America that Occupy is attracting a variety of persons. As one blogger notes:

...Keep in mind that the whole Occupy Movement is one big populist shindig. It may vary from place to place,but the "Occupations" are full of people from all over the polticial spectrum. Some see this "broadness" as a really good thing. Some, like me, question it. Combine a so called leaderless movement with no common political oreintation and what do you get? Who is to say, who represents what, who is to do what, what tactic is correct, which slogan to shout, what sign to hold up? At some point the Occupy movement has to decide what it wants to be and whose interest it wants to represent...or it will implode. For how long can you have anarchists, Marxists, Ron Paul supporters, right wing libertarians, dogmatic pacifists, liberals, feel good people, angry people, people who intend to defend themselves and more, capitalists, petty bourgois, workers, unemployed. business owners, professionals, anti racists, racists, and all that and more in an "ain't we got fun" atmosphere?

WHAT LAST NIGHT'S CLASH IN OAKLAND MEANS AND DID IT HAVE TO HAPPEN

If we can't defend Occupy, it is doomed.
          Tea Party Screams for Death        
In last night's Tea Party-sponsored Republican debate, Wolf Blitzer asked Ron Paul if a sick person in a coma who didn't have health insurance should be allowed to die. Before he had a chance to answer, some in the audience yelled "yes."

If anyone needed any further reason to despise the Tea Party, this is it. Not only is the willingness to allow someone to die when we have the capacity to save him immoral, it's antipathetic to the intent of the Constitution. For the Tea Party to claim the mantle of patriotism is outrageous.

Conservatism is a vile political orientation but the Tea Party are the worst of the worst. Their insistence on public policies which are narrowly focused on their own self-interest are an insult to all the traditions we would like to regard as the American Way. We can be thankful their influence on our political direction is diminishing but until the stain of their existence is finally wiped-away they will remain an embarrassment to the American People.
          Comment on Santorum Alludes to Candidacy: Will Conservatives Learn from 2012? by Ron        
Yeah, I get the game too. Santorum sat in single digits, until the the media brought him in for his turn. This they did with the entire field, one at a time except for Ron Paul - in his case it was the steady repetitive "too bad he can't win" propaganda line. Regarding Santorum, if I'm remembering right, it was after an early flooky Gingrich victory that "the media" actually said out of nowhere "now we can expect to see Santorums numbers rise". After his steady low spot throughout the early months, there was no reason to say that. The next day, up they went. It was ridiculous. If there is ever a true awakening in this country, mainstream media will not be able to determine elections the way they do now. I'd love to hear your take on the Boehner thing, will you be writing about that?
          Esteri di lun 02/05        
1-” in cella insieme ai criminali “, dall'Egitto la storia di Hamza, un ragazzo di 15 anni, arrestato perché aveva preso un volantino distribuito durante una manifestazione. ( laura Cappon) ..3-Niente compromessi sul Ttip: Washington impone le sue condizioni all'Europa per raggiungere un accordo. ..Dai documenti diffusi oggi da Greenpeace sullo stato delle trattative. ( Intervista a Alfredo Somoza ) ..3-La società francese resiste alle politiche di odio e di paura. Secondo la commissione consultiva dei diritti dell'uomo, nonostante gli attentati di Parigi nel 2015 l'indice di tolleranza è sensibilmente aumentato. ..( Simona Saccaro ) ..4-la sicurezza ai tempi del terrorismo, femminicidio, donne in mano all'Isis: Presentazione del festival dei diritti umani che inizia domani. ( Danilo De Biasio ) ..5-Fiction: The Path la nuova serie tv con Aaron Paul...( Massimo Alberti ) ..6-Rubrica sportiva: le ultime dai Playoff di basket Nba ..( Dario Falcini )
          Ron Paul for the Republican nomination        
The only decent man running, however wrong he may be in my opinion. He is honest, even if mistaken. Hat-tip Alex Hammer. Related post: Ron Paul for president Update: More from Melissa McEwan.
          Ron Paul for president        
I will not support this nomination for reasons that I can set forth at length, but I suggest to the remnant Republicans who want to save your party in some form: support his candidacy. He has earned trust and respect for his own integrity.
          The Best Bucs Blog Offseason Wish List        
If you caught yesterday’s playoff game then you know the Bucs are about as close to winning a Super Bowl next season as Ron Paul is to winning the White House. Hindsight being 20-20 it’s pretty obvious the Bucs benefited from a weak schedule and an even weaker division. If they had played in the AFC this would have been at best a 6 win team.

The following list are the top three things I think the Bucs need to do in order to be considered Super Bowl contenders next season. I am assuming the Bucs keep most if not all their starters, and to be honest I have no idea which players will be free agents this offseason.

I have my doubts that Gruden and Company will make any dramatic changes seeing as how Gruden’s modus operandi has been to shy away from changing personnel unless he could potentially lose his job. Gruden stuck with Chris Simms after the Skins playoff loss even though the offense looked anemic during the game. I’m not suggesting the Bucs dump Jeff Garcia (although it wouldn’t kill the Bucs to finally get rid of Simms and Gradkowski) but there are some wholesale changes which should be made.

1. Get a Receiver
This is the one thing on the list I have the most faith in Gruden to accomplish considering how much he wanted to draft Calvin Johnson last year. The Bucs have no receiver depth behind Joey Galloway, and their two leading receivers are both over 30. If Galloway is shut down, like he was yesterday, then the Bucs offense is shut down as well. Alex Smith has shown promise and will be a greater receiving threat next season.

On the other hand the Bucs two young receivers, Michael Clayton and Maurice Stovall, have shown little promise. It’s safe to label Clayton a bust at this point and write him off as a cautionary tale of drafting receivers early. I’m not advising against keeping Clayton, he serves a valuable role as a third receiver, but he has failed to produce when needed and finished sixth on the team in total receptions. Stovall could turn out to be a good second receiver but much like Clayton appears to be a better special teams player than a primary receiver.

There are two obvious ways to get a receiver, through the draft and free agency. If the Bucs draft a receiver I hope they go after somebody who is already developed as a receiver (Mario Manningham, Andre Caldwell) as opposed to an unpolished receiver with a lot of upside (DeSean Jackson, Limas Sweed). I have no idea who the free agent candidates are at receiver but you typically don’t find good, young receivers in free agency. My suggestion to the Bucs is to make a stab at trading for Chris Henry, who for reasons I will get to in the next section has a lot of value for the Bucs.

Trading For Chris Henry Couldn't Possibly Backfire, Right?

2. Find the Value Player(s)
The key for any championship team is to find players which other teams undervalue. BnB pointed this out a few days ago but the Spurs built a championship team by drafting foreign born players with good fundamentals at a time when foreign-born players were undervalued. The Oakland A’s under Billy Bean found college players which other teams undervalued.

The Bucs have done a pretty good job of this so far, both Jerremy Stevens (DUI) and Phillip Buchanon (poor coaching) had been undervalued until they were picked up by the Bucs. Gruden has never shied away from giving players a second chance, and for the most part the strategy has worked out well for him. Chris Henry, the receiver for the Bengals fits this bill as the Bucs would probably not have to give up much and roll the dice with the hope Henry doesn’t get convicted a fourth time. Actually on second thought I’m not so sure about trading for Chris Henry.

The other position which has been undervalued in the NFL is kick returner, although I feel that tide is starting to turn. Devin Hester is the Bears only offense and was a late second round pick. The Steelers were forced to kick away or punt the ball out of bounds against the Jaguars this weekend because they were concerned about Maurice Jones-Drew (who was also a late second round pick). So far the Bucs have given little thought to the kick return position as evidenced by handing the position to a player who was on the practice squad for half the season (Micheal Spurlock).

Spurlock: Suddenly Expendable

3. Obtain Another Pass Rusher
While the Bucs pass rush got better as the season progressed the d-line never resembled the Bucs d-line’s of old. Monte Kiffin should be congratulated for generating as much of pass rush with this rag-tag bunch of misfits as he did but the lack of talent on the d-line was exposed by the Giants. Gaines Adams looks like he will turn out to be a very good pass rusher the Bucs defense has worked best when they have had two pass rushers (a la Sapp and Rice).

Preferably the Bucs will pick up an undertackle, seeing as how Jovan Haye has not been impressive this season. This may be the most difficult position to fill since there are such a small number of players with the skill sets required to play the position. A pass rushing defensive is also a consideration although the Bucs have a few players who fit the bill (Greg White, Kevin Carter) already.

Got any suggestions for changes you would like to see? Leave ‘em in the comments.


          NFS THE MOVIE: LA PELIRROJA QUE COMIÓ CRÍSPELAS CON QUESO        
Que título ¿no?, pues nada es comentario personal solo pocos (3 personas) entenderán, en fin han venido por la reseña, análisis resumen SPOILER de la última película de DreamWorks así que iré al grano.


Need for Speed la saga de autos de EA que puede decirse está a la par de entregas exclusivas sea de Sony (Gran Turismo) o Microsoft (Forza) ha sido adaptada, pero a duda de cualquiera ¿A qué juego se basa la adaptación? déjame decirte para tu tranquilidad que ninguno, se notan guiños que pasare de mencionar para no arruinar la experiencia. El suceso "espiritual" en esta película se podría decir está muy a base de las cinemáticas de NFS: The Run la entrega en toda la saga NFS más "peliculesca" de todas, bueno ese es el punto adaptación juego/película ahora hablare de la historia del filme en palabras cortas SPOILER DE LADITO así que si quieres evítate esa parte.


NFS: Movie para resumir un poco es una historia de venganza (he por ello que decidí ir a verla) nos cuenta la historia de Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul) mecánico y corredor experto que dadas ciertas circunstancias termina involucrado en el asesinato de su mejor amigo y culpado por el crimen que no cometió, pasado el tiempo resulta libre y con una sola cosa en mente y es retribuirle al culpable de enviarlo a la cárcel y de la muerte de Pete (Harrison GilbertsonDino Brewster (Dominic Cooper) todo lo que ha sufrido y para ello debe ingresar a la carrera ilegal más importante la carrera DeLeon.


Las interpretaciones actorales en este tipo de films no es que deba exigirse, pero he de decir que la actuacion de Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman en Breaking Bad y pal que no sabe sale en el video Thoughtless de Korn) es convincente, otro encanto de la película son los paisajes (algo típico en el videojuego) y claro la banda sonora (los momentos emotivos cuenta con unas canciones instrumentales exquisitas al oído) la película no da para un 10 en el mi visión general de favoritas (soy más de comedias románticas, biopics y ciencia ficción) pero con creses supera en mi parecer a la saga de Rápido y Furioso (Que recuerdo en su época empezó como una película de acción y tunning de vehículos y ha terminado a solo la primera, un film de acción).

Aaron Paul
La cámara, el segundo encanto (me tiene matado por ahora la banda sonora) es excelente, no sé si por alusión al juego pueda ser que en escenas se cambie la cámara a una vista en primera persona que en experiencia 3D deleita al ver el tacómetro sobresaliendo de la pantalla mientras el velocímetro aumenta y te da esa sensación de poder, los choques en slowmotion son únicos (como dije recuerda mucho las cinemáticas de NFS: The Run) vidrios rotos, tierra y detalles pequeños son llamativos usando esta técnica.


Mi conclusión seria Need For Speed Movie puede que sea ese film de carreras que estés buscando, donde se pueda admirar los paisajes hermosos como desierto, paisajes naturales y acantilados, una historia bien contada, con buenos toques de comedia que pueden encantar a más de uno, una hermosa rubia que sabe de autos y lo más importante, el derrape de neumáticos en el asfalto.

Por Carlos Rangel.



          NerdCast 376 - O Mundo Canibal dos Irmãos Piologo        
Lambda lambda lambda! Hoje Alottoni, Ricardo e Rodrigo Piologo e Azaghal vão conversar sobre a carreira e a história da dupla responsável pelas as loucuras do MUNDO CANIBAL! Neste podcast: Descubra como uma "avaiana de pau" pode te levar para o sucesso, liberte-se vendo uma galera quebrando a cara no Partoba, conheça o Deus da Guerra: Kleiton e arranque um cisto das costas com a ajuda do seu irmão bêbado. Tempo de duração:  79 min ARTE DA VITRINE: Gustavo Simas Camisetas Nerdstore Camiseta ZOD Camiseta Brucutus Camiseta Matemática Camiseta Tony Stark Camiseta Very Funny Camiseta Not Again Camiseta Acre Classic Nerdbooks Livro Independência ou Mortos Livro Branca dos Mortos Tour 10 Jardas 2013 Mais informações, confira aqui: www.10jardas.com/viagens Submarino Ofertas canibais e muito especiais no Submarino Acesse o Mundo Canibal www.youtube.com/OficialMundoCanibal Encontros Skynerd Encontro skynerd Belém, noite de autógrafos com Eduardo Spohr Cozinha dos Nerds Filet Alpino do Sudão por Victor Hugo Rocha Vídeos Enviados Family Guy - Breaking Bad Breaking Bad Jr. Teste de Aaron Paul para o papel de Jesse Pinkman Beeaking Bad POV Possíveis continuações de Breaking Bad Links enviados http://www.savewalterwhite.com/ Fantasia Walter White / Heisenberg por Eduardo Almeida Preso professor de Química que forneceria material para tráfico E-MAILS Mande suas críticas, elogios, sugestões e caneladas para nerdcast@jovemnerd.com.br EDIÇÃO COMPLETA POR RADIOFOBIA PODCAST E MULTIMÍDIA http://radiofobia.com.br
          GEFIRA — The creepiest EU initiative yet: registering dissent as “Russian propaganda” under Soros’ direction        
The EUAS officially branded researchers and journalists as fraudulent, unpatriotic and dishonest without any notification. There is a small disclaimer on the list that states that ”disinformation review cannot be considered an official EU position”. Yet it was created by the European Council, is part of the ”diplomatic service” of the EU, hence funded by it, uses its symbols and institutional addresses. So, it is part of the EU and yet does not represent its official position? The statement seems to have been made for the express purpose of dishonestly dismissing concerns raised by citizens.…
Back to the list. There are three regular contributors. East Stratcom Network, part of EUAS, the already mentioned Kremlin Watch and finally a Ukrainian website called “StopFake“, supported again, it’s unclear how, by Open Society Foundations.7) 
The reports normally focus on the Russian media like TASS, Sputnik, RT. The same issue no. 52 also lists Zero Hedge for reblogging Ron Paul’s criticism of the “fake news” crusade, and Paul Craig Roberts’s one. In the Soros version of European values, criticism and democratic debate are fake news! Past issues include the conservative outlet Breitbart, 8)and even The Guardian. 9)
It’s also rather interesting to note how Mr. Soros interprets European “liberal values”. Free press is normally listed as a key one, and yet Soros wants proscription lists of anyone who disagrees, something for instance adopted by Turkish President Erdoğan following the last year’s failed coup and widely criticized by the EU itself. Another key liberal value is fair trial. Yet Soros’ own Kremlin Watch is judge, jury and executioner in one. Who does the EU belong to and serve, anyway? Its people or its financial oligarch? Perhaps Israel and Hungary are right: Mr. Soros is a threat to democracy.10)
Another instance of liberal paradoxes.

GEFIRA — Global Analysis from the European Perspective
The creepiest EU initiative yet: registering dissent as “Russian propaganda” under Soros’ direction
          The Ron Paul Responsibility Paradox        
The info verse is all atwitter, and all afacebook, and all awhateveryouread, over one question; is Ron Paul a racist? Let’s assume the answer is “no”, that the argument that he didn’t write any of the racist and homophobic articles, ads and letters released under his name is true. Let us assume that he honestly […]
          Programação da sala de cinema (virada de mês)        
Filmes da Semana
Março/Abril
(30, 31/03 e 01, 02/04)

Na QUINTA (30/03) assistirei ao filme "A NONA VIDA DE LOUIS DRAX“(Suspense/Fantasia) às 20:30hTempo Aprox. 108 min.
A Nona Vida De Louis Drax : Poster

Sinopse

Louis Drax (Aiden Longworth) é um garoto brilhante na escola, mas com sérias dificuldades em fazer amigos. Os colegas o consideram estranho e vários acontecimentos sombrios se passam ao seu redor. Ao completar nove anos, ele cai de um abismo e fica em coma. Seu pai (Aaron Paul) logo é apontado como culpado pelo ocorrido, devido a uma discussão durante um piquenique em família. Cabe ao dr. Allan Pascal (Jamie Dornan) cuidar da recuperação de Louis, por mais que sinta-se cada vez mais atraído pela mãe dele (Sarah Gadon).
A produção apresenta um enredo genial! Porém, pouco pode ser dito, pois muitos detalhes podem atrapalhar a experiência de curtir o longa.
Vale destacar o propósito do diretor em sugerir a ideia de que o telespectador adentra em cenários de cores vivas, onde a linda fotografia é muito colorida e temos a impressão de que estamos em um sonho, no qual não sabemos se o que acontece é real ou ilusão. Esse por sinal, acaba se tornando um ponto forte a se destacar. Tal habilidade no uso desse recurso criar uma atmosfera viva e ao mesmo tempo sombria que funciona muito bem durante por parte do filme.
A Nona Vida de Louis Drax Ã© uma daquelas produções que no primeiro ato te prende, no segundo te fisga e no terceiro te pega pensando em como nem tudo ali é o que parece ser.
Sendo assim, caso você esteja procurando por um entretenimento diferente que mescle os gêneros de drama, mistério e fantasia, fica a dica e não perca essa produção!

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NA SEXTA (31/03)assistirei ao filme "HORIZONTE PROFUNDO – DESASTRE NO GOLFO” (Drama/Ação)às 21hTempoAprox. 108 min
Horizonte Profundo - Desastre no Golfo : Poster

Sinopse

Baseada em eventos reais, a história se passa no Golfo do México, na plataforma de perfuração marítima Deepwater Horizon. Diante de um dos piores vazamentos de petróleo na história dos EUA, Mike Williams (Mark Wahlberg) e os demais trabalhadores embarcados lutam para escapar com vida do terrível acidente.
O longa é uma produção que surpreende pela riqueza de detalhes com que reconstrói a tragédia, mas também um tanto presa a fórmulas, o que pode dificultar a experiência de imersão do espectador, mas o que também não torna o filme menos interessante. É o formato de roteiro clássico, em três atos, usado para recontar a história real do dia em que a plataforma Deepwater Horizon (título original do filme) explodiu em 2010 no Golfo do México, nos Estados Unidos, deixando 11 mortos e um rastro de destruição ecológica sem precedentes na história da extração do óleo.
É emocionante, fruto de um ritmo acelerado que não deixa a audiência respirar. Entretenimento despretensioso, mas também muito bem conduzido a nível de direção e estruturado em nível de roteiro. Vale a pena conferir!

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No SÁBADO (01/04) assistirei ao filme "JACKIE” (Drama/Biografia) às 21h Tempo Aprox. 100 min.
Jackie : Poster

Sinopse

Estrelada por (Natalie Portman), a produção conta a história de Jacqueline Kennedy, que inesperadamente viúva, lida com o trauma e o luto nos quatro dias posteriores ao assassinato de seu marido, o então presidente dos Estados Unidos, John F. Kennedy.
O filme foge do formato tradicional da cinebiografia “do nascimento ao túmulo” e foca em um recorte bem específico da vida da retratada: o período da recém viuvez de Jacqueline Kennedy, imediatamente após o assassinato do marido, o então presidente John F. Kennedy, em carro aberto, ao lado da esposa, em 1963.
Seu inteligente roteiro, põe Jackie em duas situações de “confissão”. Ao mesmo tempo em que conhecemos o lado “primeira-dama”, por meio de uma entrevista concedida ao jornalista interpretado por (Billy Crudup) temos acesso também ao lado “mulher”, através da conversa da viúva com um padre.
O texto aqui é de suma importância e o diretor mostra o domínio técnico necessário para que a imagem não fique atrás. Se um assunto começa num quadro, ele muda o cenário, troca o enquadramento, e os personagens não perdem o fio do raciocínio.
 Jackie Ã© tão convincente no retrato da intimidade dos Kennedy, que coloca o público em uma posição de mórbido privilégio. Uma produção imperdível e com indicação os Oscar 2017!

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No DOMINGO (02/04)assistirei o filme "PASSAGEIROS” (Romance/Ação/Ficção) às 20hTempo Aprox. 117 min
Passageiros : Poster

Sinopse

Durante uma viagem de rotina no espaço, dois passageiros são despertados 90 anos antes do tempo programado, por causa de um mal funcionamento de suas cabines. Sozinhos, Jim (Chris Pratt) e Aurora (Jennifer Lawrence) começam a estreitar o seu relacionamento. Entretanto, a paz é ameaçada quando eles descobrem que a nave está correndo um sério risco e que eles são os únicos capazes de salvar os mais de cinco mil colegas em sono profundo.
O longa é um ótimo drama espacial. A ficção científica esta ali como pano de fundo para que seja apresentada um romance que apresenta vários elementos questionáveis.Não é um filme de naves em guerra ou alienígenas perversos! São apenas humanos sozinhos no espaço que acordaram antes do previsto e tem que lidar com a situação.
A produção é extremamente caprichada no sentido técnico e por conta disso recebeu indicações ao Oscar 2017.
O clima é envolvente e lhe despertará a curiosidade de saber o desfecho da história e até se colocar no lugar dos personagens caso vivesse uma situação semelhante. Apesar de alguns problemas de roteiro, que é o calcanhar de aquiles do filme, o saldo final é satisfatório e vale a conferida.

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Espero vê-los em breve
Abraços

Eduardo Lopes

          Emmys 2014: l'elenco completo dei vincitori         

Si è svolta ieri sera al Nokia Theatre di Los Angeles, la 66esima edizione dei Prime Time Emmy Awards, gli Oscar della tv.
A lasciare il segno, il trionfo totale di Breaking Bad che si è aggiudicato i premi per il miglior drama, migliore attore protagonista (Bryan Cranston), miglior attore e attrice non protagonisti (Aaron Paul e Anna Gunn) e miglior sceneggiatura.
A True Detective, antagonista temibile della serie di Vince Gilligan, l’Emmy per la miglior regia (Who Goes There, diretto da Cary Joji Fukunaga) e il miglior casting per una serie drama.
L’ennesima vittoria di Modern Family nella categoria comedy, ha deluso le aspettative dei fan di Orange is the New Black, la splendida serie targata Netflix che porta a casa, alla fine, soltanto il premio come miglior guest star in una serie comedy (Uzo Aduba per il ruolo di Suzanne 'Crazy Eyes' Warren) e quello per il miglior casting in una comedy.
Di seguito, l’elenco completo di tutti i premi:

Miglior drama
Breaking Bad (Amc)

Miglior comedy
Modern Family (Abc)

Miglior miniserie
Fargo (Fx)

Miglior film-tv
The Normal Heart (Hbo)

Miglior attore protagonista di una serie drama
Bryan Cranston per il ruolo di Walter White in Breaking Bad (Amc)

Miglior attrice protagonista  di una serie drama
Julianna Margulies per il ruolo di Alicia Florrick in The Good Wife (Cbs)

Miglior attore protagonista  di una serie comedy
Jim Parsons per il ruolo di Sheldon Cooper in The Big Bang Theory (Cbs)

Miglior attrice protagonista  di una serie comedy
Julia Louis-Dreyfus er il ruolo di Selina Meyer in Veep (Hbo)

Miglior attore non protagonista di una serie drama
Aaron Paul per il ruolo di Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad (Amc)

Miglior attrice non protagonista di una serie drama
Anna Gunn per il ruolo di Skyler White in Breaking Bad (Amc)

Migliore attore non protagonista di una serie comedy
Ty Burrell per il ruolo di Phil Dunphy in Modern Family (Abc)

Miglior attrice non protagonista di una serie comedy
Allison Janney per il ruolo di Bonnie Plunkett in Mom (Cbs)

Miglior guest star femminile di una serie drama
Allison Janney per il ruolo di Margaret Scully in Masters of Sex (Showtime)

Miglior guest star maschile di una serie drama
Joe Morton per il ruolo di Rowan in Scandal (Abc)

Miglior guest star femminile di una serie comedy
Uzo Aduba per il ruolo di Suzanne 'Crazy Eyes' Warren in Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)

Miglior guest star maschile di una serie comedy
Jimmy Fallon come conduttore del Saturday Night Live

Miglior attore protagonista in una miniserie o film-tv
Benedict Cumberbatch per il ruolo di Sherlock Holmes in Sherlock: His Last Vow (Bbc)

Miglior attrice protagonista  in una miniserie o film-tv
Jessica Lange per il ruolo di Fiona Goode in American Horror Story: Coven (Fx)

Miglior attore non protagonista in una miniserie o film-tv
Martin Freeman per il ruolo di John Watson in Sherlock: His Last Vow (Bbc)

Miglior attrice non protagonista in una miniserie o film-tv
Kathy Bates per il ruolo di Delphine LaLaurie in American Horror Story: Coven (Fx)

Miglior sceneggiatura per una serie drama
Ozymandias (Breaking Bad, Amc), scritto da Moira Walley-Beckett

Miglior regia per una serie drama
Who Goes There (True Detective, Hbo), diretto da Cary Joji Fukunaga

Miglior sceneggiatura per una serie comedy
So Did The Fat Lady (Louie, Fx)

          Cineforum estivo: "Smashed" con Aaron Paul         


Toccare il fondo per poi ricominciare non è mai semplice. Qualunque sia la ferita, qualunque sia il vuoto da colmare, ripartire da zero non è facile
.
Il sapore della sconfitta e le cicatrici indelebili che inevitabilmente ci ricordano un passato che avremmo preferito dimenticare, sono il prezzo da pagare per ricominciare a vivere, senza guardarsi indietro. 
Uscire da una dipendenza, qualunque essa sia, alcol, droga, amore, è ancor meno facile, e non tutti riescono ad afferrare a volte quella seconda chance tanto agognata e sofferta.
C’è chi, rassegnato, si crogiola nelle proprie sconfitte, spesso dissociandosi inconsciamente dalla realtà, chi si lascia trascinare dai propri fallimenti senza trovare neanche il coraggio di reagire, vittima inesorabile della propria codardia.
Sul grande schermo sono molte le pellicole che, negli anni, hanno cercato di raccontare il lungo e faticoso percorso necessario per uscire da una dipendenza e molte lo hanno fatto cedendo al manierismo tipico del genere, esasperando l’aspetto drammatico della disintossicazione in un estenuante susseguirsi di lacrime e disperazione. 

Diverso il caso di Smashed, film indipendente scritto (a quattro mani con Susan Burke) e diretto da James Ponsoldt, presentato e premiato allo scorso Sundance Film Festival.
Protagonisti della pellicola, Kate (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) e Charlie (Aaron Paul), una giovane coppia apparentemente affiatata e felice, vittima però dell’alcolismo.
Kate, dopo anni trascorsi in preda all’oblio e all’annebbiamento dato dai fumi dell’alcol, dopo notti passate a dormire chissà dove e ricordi sbiaditi di giornate consumate con la bottiglia in mano, decide di afferrare la sua vita per le corna e provare a disintossicarsi nonostante l’ostilità di Charlie, inerme di fronte alla sua dipendenza e incapace di reagire.

Ciò che colpisce subito di Smashed, è lo volontà di Ponsoldt di ribaltare gli stilemi classici del genere e affrontare il percorso di Kate con estrema ironia, senza soffermarsi troppo sull’aspetto drammatico della situazione, ma andando invece a evidenziarne gli aspetti sarcastici.
Il regista ci racconta la storia dei due protagonisti senza retorica, ma in maniera onesta, vera, sincera, ed evita di nascondersi dietro quel moralismo che si scontrerebbe invece con i toni sagaci e pungenti della sceneggiatura.
Il finale stesso, elude dall’happy ending desiderato, e non lascia spazio a dubbi, regalandoci così, quell’amaro in bocca tipico dei film indipendenti di questi ultimi anni.
Kate è riuscita a rialzarsi, a riappropriarsi della propria vita, a ripartire da zero, ma senza Charlie, rimasto in un angolo a guardare, ostaggio e vittima stessa della sua debolezza. Non c’è redenzione per lui, né una seconda chance, è troppo tardi ormai.
“Can we just play one more game? Because You're kicking my ass and it's embarrassing and l would like to have a chance to redeem myself. Please?”

Perché così è la vita, scandita da occasioni perse, traguardi mancati, seconde possibilità.
Alcuni si rialzano dopo una sconfitta, altri no.
Qualcuno con fatica e costanza ce la fa, qualcun altro invece, lascia tristemente che il destino decida per lui.
Del resto: “It's hard to live your life honestly”. 


‘cause life goes on, no matter what'




          Critics Choice Television Awards 2014: l'elenco dei vincitori        

Si sono conclusi poche ore a Beverly Hills, i Critics Choice Television Awards 2014, i premi riservati alle serie televisive americane. 
Vince per il secondo anno consecutivo il premio come "best drama series", Breaking Bad, e continua a mietere un successo dopo l'altro anche Matthew McConaughey che si aggiudica il premio come miglior attore in una serie drama per il favoloso True Detective, una delle serie più significative del 2014. 
A trionfare con ben tre awards, anche Orange is the New Black, il gioiellino targato Netflix, giunto quest'anno alla sua seconda stagione.

Di seguito, l'elenco dei premi 

Best comedy series

The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Broad City (Comedy Central)

Louie (FX)

WINNER: Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)

Silicon Valley (HBO)

Veep (HBO)

Best actor in a comedy series

Louis CK, Louie (FX)

Chris Messina, The Mindy Project (FOX)

Thomas Middleditch, Silicon Valley (HBO)

WINNER: Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Adam Scott, Parks and Recreation (NBC)

Robin Williams, The Crazy Ones (CBS)

Best actress in a comedy series

Ilana Glazer, Broad City (Comedy Central)

WINNER: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep (HBO)

Wendi McLendon-Covey, The Goldbergs (ABC)

Amy Schumer, Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central)

Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation (NBC)

Emmy Rossum, Shameless (Showtime)

Best supporting actor in a comedy series

WINNER: Andre Braugher, Brooklyn Nine-Nine (FOX)

Keith David, Enlisted (FOX)

Tony Hale, Veep (HBO)

Albert Tsai, Trophy Wife (ABC)

Christopher Evan Welch, Silicon Valley (HBO)

Jeremy Allen White, Shameless (Showtime)

Best supporting actress in a comedy series

Mayim Bialik, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Laverne Cox, Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)

Kaley Cuoco, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

WINNER (tie): Allison Janney, Mom (CBS)

WINNER (tie): Kate Mulgrew, Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)

Merritt Wever, Nurse Jackie (Showtime)

Best guest performer in a comedy series

WINNER: Uzo Aduba, Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)

Sarah Baker, Louie (FX)

James Earl Jones, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Mimi Kennedy, Mom (CBS)

Andrew Rannells, Girls (HBO)

Lauren Weedman, Looking (HBO)

Best drama series

The Americans (FX)

WINNER: Breaking Bad (AMC)

Game of Thrones (HBO)

The Good Wife (CBS)

Masters of Sex (Showtime)

True Detective (HBO)

Best actor in a drama series

Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad (AMC)

Hugh Dancy, Hannibal (NBC)

Freddie Highmore, Bates Motel (A&E)

WINNER: Matthew McConaughey, True Detective (HBO)

Matthew Rhys, The Americans (FX)

Michael Sheen, Masters of Sex (Showtime)

Best actress in a drama series

Lizzy Caplan, Masters of Sex (Showtime)

Vera Farmiga, Bates Motel (A&E)

Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife (CBS)

WINNER: Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black (BBC America)

Keri Russell, The Americans (FX)

Robin Wright, House of Cards (Netflix)

Best supporting actor in a drama series

Josh Charles, The Good Wife (CBS)

Walton Goggins, Justified (FX)

WINNER: Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad (AMC)

Peter Sarsgaard, The Killing (AMC)

Jon Voight, Ray Donovan (Showtime)

Jeffrey Wright, Boardwalk Empire (HBO)

Best supporting actress in a drama series

Christine Baranski, The Good Wife (CBS)

Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad (AMC)

Annet Mahendru, The Americans (FX)

Melissa McBride, The Walking Dead (AMC)

Maggie Siff, Sons of Anarchy (FX)

WINNER: Bellamy Young, Scandal (ABC)

Best guest performer in a drama series

Beau Bridges, Masters of Sex (Showtime)

Walton Goggins, Sons of Anarchy (FX)

WINNER: Allison Janney, Masters of Sex (Showtime)

Joe Morton, Scandal (ABC)

Carrie Preston, The Good Wife (CBS)

Diana Rigg, Game of Thrones (HBO)

Best mini-series

American Horror Story: Coven (FX)

Bonnie & Clyde (A&E/History/Lifetime)

Dancing on the Edge (Starz)

WINNER: Fargo (FX)

The Hollow Crown (PBS)

Luther (BBC America)

Best actor in a movie or mini-series

David Bradley, An Adventure in Space and Time (BBC America); 
Benedict Cumberbatch, Sherlock: His Last Vow (PBS); 
Chiwetel Ejiofor, Dancing on the Edge (Starz); 
Martin Freeman, Fargo (FX); 
Mark Ruffalo, The Normal Heart (HBO); 
WINNER: Billy Bob Thornton, Fargo (FX)

Best actress in a movie or mini-series

Helena Bonham Carter, Burton and Taylor (BBC America)
; Minnie Driver, Return to Zero(Lifetime)
; Whoopi Goldberg, A Day Late and a Dollar Short (Lifetime); 
Holliday Grainger, Bonnie & Clyde (A&E/History/Lifetime)
; WINNER: Jessica Lange, American Horror Story: Coven (FX)
; Cicely Tyson, The Trip to Bountiful (Lifetime)

Best supporting actor in a movie or mini-series

WINNER: Matt Bomer, The Normal Heart (HBO)
; Warren Brown, Luther (BBC America)
; Martin Freeman, Sherlock: His Last Vow (PBS)
; Colin Hanks, Fargo (FX)
; Joe Mantello, The Normal Heart (HBO); 
Blair Underwood, The Trip to Bountiful (Lifetime)

Best supporting actress in a movie or mini-series

Amanda Abbington, Sherlock: His Last Vow (PBS); 
Kathy Bates, American Horror Story: Coven (FX)
; Ellen Burstyn, Flowers in the Attic (Lifetime); 
Jessica Raine, An Adventure in Space and Time (BBC America)
; Julia Roberts, The Normal Heart (HBO)
; WINNER: Allison Tolman, Fargo (FX)


          2012 Republican Contenders 10-11-11 Update        
10-11-11 update What a difference a month makes!  Perry’s lead has dwindled until he’s a distant third, while Herman Cain’s stock has risen appreciably.  Here they are in order of the polls. Declared: Mitt Romney Herman Cain Rick Perry Ron Paul Newt Gingrich  Michele Bachmann Rick Santorum Jon Huntsman, Jr. Gary E. Johnson Fred Karger …

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          Republican 2012 Presidential Contenders 9-7-11 Update        
9-7-11 update This is quickly turning into a two man race, especially after tonight’s debate.  It will be interesting to see what the pols look like in a few days. Declared: Rick Perry Mitt Romney Ron Paul Michele Bachmann Newt Gingrich Herman Cain Rick Santorum Jon Huntsman, Jr. Gary E. Johnson Thad McCotter Fred Karger …

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          Vision to America : Santorum Says to Vote for Ron Paul if You Want Limited Government        
Oh, it's been perfectly clear to me for a while. I was once the NY State chairman of the Libertarian Party. I'd still be involved with it, if it hadn't been taken over by fringe loonies hostile to religion and American armed power. Freedom is badly endangered. I doubt any element of the current political class will help us to save it.
          Vision to America : Santorum Says to Vote for Ron Paul if You Want Limited Government        
This is no surprise. You can't vote for all those unConstitutional measures and still say you support limited government. At least Santorum is honest enough to admit it. Our problem is that the GOP isn't institutionally interested in limited, Constitutional government. Its priority is raising its own folks to the levers of power. And thus it shall ever be, until a potent third force arises to reduce it to a historical datum.
          Aaron Paul's Favorite BB Scenes        
Boise's own Aaron Paul looks back the iconic character Jesse Pinkman who he played on Breaking Bad, and lists his 5 favorite scenes of the entire series.  Continue reading…
          Comment on Black Swans and Ron Paul by Seth        
Nice one.
          Let South Korea Be South Korea        
Yesterday’s North Korea missile launch has heightened tensions with the US. China has warned of uncontrollable escalations if something is not done. President Trump is issuing his own warnings…to North Korea and China. How can this be resolved? Ron Paul …

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          President Trump: Cancel Your Saudi Trip, Play More Golf        
by Ron Paul President Trump is about to embark on his first foreign trip, where he will stop in Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the Vatican, before attending a NATO meeting in Brussels and the G-7 summit in Sicily. The media …

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          Ron Paul: The Collapse Is Closer Than Ever        
Alex Jones’ exclusive interview with Dr. Ron Paul.

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          To celebrate the release of tense thriller Eye In The Sky, you can win an Amazon Fire tablet!        
To celebrate the release of tense thriller Eye In The Sky, you can win an Amazon Fire tablet!

Starring Helen Mirren, Alan Rickman and Aaron Paul - In Cinemas April 15th!

Nail-biting drone thriller Eye in the Sky starring Helen Mirren, Alan Rickman and Aaron lands in cinemas April 15thand we’re giving you the chance to win an incredible an Amazon Fire tablet to celebrate.

London-based military intelligence officer Colonel Katherine Powell (Helen Mirren) is remotely commanding a top secret drone operation to capture a group of dangerous terrorists from their safe-house in Nairobi, Kenya. The mission suddenly escalates from a “capture” to a “kill” operation as Powell realizes that the terrorists are about to embark on a deadly suicide mission. From his base in Nevada, American drone pilot Steve Watts (Aaron Paul) is poised to destroy the safe-house when a nine year old girl enters the kill zone just outside the walls of the house. With unforeseen collateral damage now entering the equation, the impossible decision of when to strike gets passed up the “kill chain” of politicians and lawyers as the seconds tick down.

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          Sowing More Big Government with the Farm Bill        
by Rep Ron Paul Recently Congress sent the latest Farm Bill to the president. The bill features brand new federal programs, expansion of existing subsidies, more food stamps and more foreign food aid. This bill hits the taxpayer hard, while at the same time ensuring food prices will remain elevated. The president vetoed the bill,…
          Rand Paul kisses neocons' ring, but some neocons remain wary        
One faction of the GOP that has remained particularly wary of Rand Paul's Senate candidacy are neoconservatives who are still angry about his father Ron Paul's criticism of Israel and his disdain for Bush-era military adventurism.
          Come and Find Me (Drama / Triler / Velika Britanija / 2016)        
Drama / Triler / Velika Britanija / 2016 / Scenario: Zack Whedon / Režija: Zack Whedon / Glumci: Aaron Paul, Annabelle Wallis, Garret Dillahunt
          Comment on Gary Johnson must refute birtherism by Chris Frashure        
Fair point for most federal candidates. But two things in particular make Johnson's campaign different: It is a very small network of people, making it much easier to sever ties with these theories; secondly, because there are far fewer representatives of Gary Johnson's campaign at this point, their influence is more heavily weighted than that of someone, say, in the Romney camp. If the first person you hear mention Gary Johnson's name goes on to complain about Obama's illegitimate presidency in their next sentence, you'll be immediately turned off with probably no one else within the campaign to explain that Gary doesn't hold that view. We don't want our fellow supporters giving Gary a bad name much like Ron Paul's supporters have done. (I'm with you on the TV joke thing, though.) If the foundation is cracked, it must be repaired before you can build further.
          PRONOSTICS EMMY AWARDS 2013        
"Prends ce que la vie te donne et endors toi dessus". Les derniers événements ne m'ont pas amené à écouter ce dernier conseil d'oncle Bill, que j'ai eu hier au téléphone pour préparer le barbecue annuel des Maynards. Il répondait à ma récente irish lucky : 300 euros gagnés à un jeu de grattage. Somme que j'ai donc perdu dans la journée, naïvement, en pariant sur une victoire de Laurent Jalabert à l'Alpe d'Huez. Les bookies ne sont pas tous des honnêtes hommes. J'ai donc décidé de me refaire en pariant sur le palmarès des 65ème Emmy Awards, dont les attributions seront dévoilées le 22 septembre prochain. Voici mes pronostics pour les principales catégories.


Meilleure actrice dans un Drama: Robin Wright (House of Cards)

Candidate à sa propre succession, difficile pour autant de voir Claire Danes l'emporter. L'effet de nouveauté et la réussite de la série de Fincher devrait récompenser l'underplaying et la subtilité de l'interprète de Claire Underwood.

Nominées: Vera Farmiga (Bates Motel), Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey), Claire Danes (Homeland), Robin Wright (House of Cards), Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men), Connie Britton (Nashville), Kerry Washington (Scandal).

Meilleur acteur dans un Drama: Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad)

Proche du dénouement de la série à ce moment là, Bryan Cranston devrait profiter de l'effervescence qui ne cesse de pétiller autour de Breaking Bad. Je le vois écraser la concurrence, même si la performance de Kevin Spacey aurait pu être récompensée.

Nominés: Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey), Damian Lewis (Homeland), Kevin Spacey (House of Cards), Jon Hamm (Mad Men), Jeff Daniels (The newsroom).

Meilleure actrice secondaire dans un Drama: Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones)

La Khaleesi de Game of Thrones semble avoir une longueur d'avance sur Christina Hendricks. Plus une récompense pour le culte qui s'est créé autour de son personnage qu'une performance sophistiquée.

Nominées: Anna Gunn (Breaking Bad), Maggie Smith (Downton Abbey), Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones), Morena Baccarin (Homeland), Christina Hendricks (Mad Men), Christine Baranski (The Good Wife).

Meilleur acteur secondaire dans un Drama: Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones)

Ça chauffe pour Aaron Paul, vainqueur l'an passé. Il prend de plein fouet la concurrence de Tyron Lannister, le nain de Game of Thrones. Si je vois Peter Dinklage rafler la mise (auteur d'une performance aboutie, mais un peu limite pour décrocher le prix à mon goût), la surprise pourrait aussi venir de Bobby Cannavale, Gyp dans Boardwalk Empire, tout simplement impressionnant dans la série de Scorsese.

Nominés: Bobby Cannavale (Boardwalk Empire), Jonathan Banks (Breaking Bad), Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad), Jim Carter (Downton Abbey), Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones), Mandy Patinkin (Homeland).

Meilleur scénario pour un Drama: Henry Bromell, Q and A (Homeland)

Attention au traumatisme populaire qu'a engendré le S03E09 de Game of thrones et qui pourrait venir contrecarrer mes prévisions. Cependant, je veux croire en l'objectivité du jugement de ce cinquième épisode de la série de Howard Gordon. Si l'écriture de cette saison était approximative, Bromell a touché la grâce dans cet épisode d'une rare intensité.

Nominés : George Mastras (Breaking Bad), Thomas Schnauz (Breaking bad), Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey), David Benioff et D.B. Weiss (Game of Thrones), Henry Bromell (Homeland).

Meilleure réalisation pour un Drama: David Fincher (House of Cards)

L'ambiance feutrée et malsaine de House of Cards est en sérieuse concurrence avec l'épisode de mi-saison de BB et le final de Boardwalk Empire. Avantage, pour moi, à la patte cinéphile de Fincher.

Nominés : Tim Van Patten (Boardwalk Empire), Michelle McLaren (Breaking Bad), Jeremy Webb (Downton Abbey), Lesli Linka Glatter (Homeland), David Fincher (House of Cards).

Meilleur Drama: Breaking Bad

Je ne vois pas BB rater le coche pour son final.

Nominés : Breaking Bad, Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones, Homeland, House of Cards, Mad Men.

Meilleure actrice dans une Comédie : Tina Fey (30 Rock)

Grosse concurrence. La fin de 30 Rock en janvier dernier devrait donner l'avantage à Tina Fey sur Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep). 
Alerte subjective : Je prie pour que ce ne soit pas Lena Dunham (Girls).

Nominées : Tina Fey (30 Rock), Laura Dern (Enlightened), Lena Dunham (Girls), Edie Falco (Nurse Jackie), Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation), Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep).

Meilleur acteur dans une Comédie : Louis C.K. (Louie)

Alerte ironie : Qui pour succéder à l'hilarant Jon Cryer (Alan Harper dans Mon oncle Charlie)?

Arrêtons les sottises et donnons enfin le prix à Louis C.K. !

Nominés : Alec Baldwin (30 Rock), Jason Bateman (Arrested Development), Matt LeBlanc (Episodes), Don Cheadle (House Of Lies), Louis C.K. (Louie), Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory).

Actrice secondaire dans une Comédie : Mayim Bialick (The Big Bang Theory)

Elle est pour beaucoup le personnage qui aurait sauvé l'intérêt de la série de Chuck Lorre et Bill Prady. Je vois la copine de Sheldon Cooper succéder à Julie Bowen (Modern Family).

Nominées : Jane Krakowski (30 Rock), Jane Lynch (Glee), Sofia Vergara (Modern Family), Julie Bowen (Modern Family), Merritt Wever (Nurse Jackie), Mayim Bialick (The Big Bang Theory), Anna Chlumsky (Veep).

Acteur secondaire dans une Comédie : Tony Hale (Veep) ou Adam Driver (Girls)

Ce n'est pas une des catégories les plus intéressantes cette année. Personne ne tire réellement son épingle du jeu. On sera plus dans l'ordre d'une reconnaissance symbolique pour récompenser une série qui a raté le coche ailleurs.

Nominés : Adam Driver (Girls), Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family), Ed O'Neill (Modern Family), Ty Burrell (Modern Family), Bill Hader (Saturday Night Live), Tony Hale (Veep).

Alerte subjectivité : ne pas aimer Modern Family risque de me faire perdre gros.

Meilleure Comédie : Louie

Arrêtons les sottises et récompensons enfin Louie et son humour noir, existentiel et dégueulassement poétique.

Nominés : 30 Rock, Girls, Louie, Modern Family, The Big Bang Theory, Veep.


J'espère que ma subjectivité n'a pas pris le pas sur les réalités "politiques" inhérentes à une remise de prix. Sinon, en octobre, c'est la débandade financière...




          Comments re Ron Paul and 9/11        
Briefly in typical internet fashion I browsed though my emails, and blogs and while there I saw that Ron Paul had commented that had he been in power, 3000 people would not have been killed at 9/11 in answer to someone saying that Osama Bin Laden would not have been killed.   There are those […]
          Understanding Money        
Forward
Throughout my life I have been criticized for being too idealistic. I have known for a long time that the struggle between the real world and the world of our ideals is always tipping toward the real world. I often hear: “John, we live in the real world where people are mean and immoral and will take advantage of you!” “John, in the real world people don't care what motivates you, you still have to follow the rules!” “John, in the real world power matters, inspiration is fleeting and unreliable!” “John, if you don't have the money you can't do it!” Since I am so clear in myself that the ideal world lives as strongly in people as the limitations of the real world and that altruism is a more powerful motivator than egoism, I have made the effort to discover what it is that generates the real world. What is it that allows us to accept that “The End Justifies the Means”, when we actually know that only “The Means Assures the End” ?

It seems to me that if you accept that the end justifies the means then you accept that immorality is normal, you accept that war can lead to peace, you accept that lying is necessary, or cheating or taking advantage of another's weakness for your own gain is just part of the real world. I know this is true because I struggle with it all the time and fail as often as the next person. But I also experience that in our hearts and minds, in our sense of who we really are, we all experience the reality that there is no way to peace, peace is the way. We know that we must be the change we want to see in the world, we know that if we respect ourselves we will be respected, we know we should all live the golden rule. My friends and colleagues largely accept that only when we more consistently overcome our sinful nature, and live the golden rule, will anything really change.

Enlightenment, as the Buddha said, is the End of Suffering. This is the key, exactly this, when we understand what causes the suffering, the source of it, when we understand how it affects us, we will be enlightened and we will see how to create the society to benefit everyone in which there is no systemic suffering due to hidden forces, but only that which arises from our human nature. If there were less incentive or need to be immoral, to that degree we would succeed in being more moral. It seems to me that if we were creating the world in our image it would be the ideal world.

What is it that generates the real world? Could it be something that is always there, profoundly influencing our lives, and because we are not aware of it, as the fish is not aware of the water, we don't notice it? I think there is such a thing, and I think that it is money. I have many experiences in my biography that lead me to this insight. Once this occurred to me I thought about it often. I would have little revelations, and sometimes big revelations about the influence of money on our lives. However, there was a certain moment, a moment when the world stopped and I went into a reverie and my whole world view shifted. I understood the banking secret! The money is not valuable in itself! But, because we think it is we accept this world we live in. If the money is valuable in itself then you want the money. If the money is valuable in itself then earning interest is justified. I understood that interest concentrates the wealth, transfers it automatically from those of us who pay more interest than we receive (98%) to those who receive more interest than they pay (2%). The amounts are so staggeringly large that the top 1/10th of 1% have 34% of the entire wealth of the nation (many trillions of dollars). They really are in a position to shape the world in their image. Interest (what the Bible calls usury) is a feature of the monetary system. I am sure that when we have understood usury and the consequences of it we will be able to complete the American Revolution and create a society of the people, by the people and for the people. In 1787, in a letter to Thomas Jefferson, John Adams put it very succinctly: "All the perplexities, confusion and distress in America arise not from defects in their Constitution or Confederation, nor from want of honor or virtue, so much as downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation."

This booklet – Understanding Money – arose because a number of people have appreciated my thinking and insisted that I write it all down. Stephanie Forest was the first to get me to write: “Just a one pager, John” Emily Peyton came down from Brattelboro on numerous occasions to keep me on task and help with the editing. My colleagues in the Just Abundance course we did together over twelve weeks in the spring of '09 deserve special mention: Alan Becker, Bob Feuer, Ted Pierce and Nan Wile. And all the members of Berkshire Co-Act who first heard these ideas and encouraged me to develop them, especially Paul Delaurier.

UNDERSTANDING MONEY
PURPOSE
Did you know that money is scarce by design? Did you know that it is inherent in the design of the system that the rich get richer? Is there a good reason why we don't have enough money to do all the things we as a society agree are good and needed? Is it because we have to borrow the money? Who do we borrow it from? Where did they get all that money? If every country in the world is in debt, who are they in debt to? What is it about money that we don't understand?
The purpose of this booklet is to introduce an understanding of money that will allow us to create enough money so that we can do all the things that we as a society determine are good and in the public interest. When we understand money we will realize the American Dream. This is possible because, when we understand our debt based monetary system, we will understand that:
1. money is scarce by design,
2. all our money is created as debt by bankers pretending to have money
3. interest is an integral feature of our monetary system which automatically transfers the wealth to the already wealthy and requires short term thinking and
4. this system and society was created by the money center banks to benefit their owners.
If we had control of the money we could elect candidates who deserve the faith we place in them. We could get to work solving the problems of our communities, our country and the world. We could re-establish the middle class. If we had the money to create the society we want, would we pursue wars for oil? If we had the money, would we replace oil? Does the technology to do that exist? What about the money to do it?
If we, as a people, had control of the money we would decide what to spend it on. If we issued the currency we could, for example, fund local organic food production and free health care, as a right, including all the complimentary therapies. We may think we understand why things are as they are, but when we have penetrated the banking secret and understand the consequences of our debt based monetary system and why interest automatically transfers the wealth from the many to the very few, we will understand why we live in existential fear and have to accept the destruction of our planet. When we understand money we can replace the collapsing debt ridden dollar with a debt and interest free currency that serves us and gives us the society to benefit everyone.
How can we create a society and world to benefit everyone? Understanding money will give us new freedom to issue the money needed to implement our ideals. We can begin right here, right now, by forming a Common Good Bank. With the Common Good Bank we can shape our community to reflect the values we want to live by. When every community has a Common Good Bank we will have reclaimed our sovereignty and we will be in a position to realize the American dream of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness for all of us. I believe we will heal the environment, create social justice, maintain peace in the world and foster community in all its wonderful forms. A true understanding of money will give us a just and sustainable abundance.

THE BAILOUT
Is our society really run by the money center banks to benefit their owners? This is on display for all of us to see since October '08. What you witnessed, but may have only understood somewhat, can be entirely accurately described so that you can understand it and appreciate the implications.
The Wall Street investment banks developed a theory about investing that allowed them to package bets (which they called derivatives) as securities and pretend that they were valuable in a similar way to real stocks and bonds. The value of stocks and bonds are related to real companies that produce real goods. Derivatives are fundamentally different because they are not related any longer to real goods, but to speculation about the future. They are bets. Hedge funds are more like casinos than the insurance against risk they were billed as. Because the investment bankers persuaded Congress to repeal the Glass Steagall act during the Clinton administration the investment banks could also be commercial banks. That means they could lend money to themselves to buy debts and package them as assets and pretend that they are investment vehicles. These “assets” are really exotic bets created with debt. When investors realized that 200 times as much money was owed than existed as real goods and services (GDP) the value of these bets was doubted and the “system” ground to a halt. These losing bets are the toxic assets (un-payable debts) we hear so much about.
The Wall Street banks, with their revolving door in an out of Treasury and the Federal Reserve, told Congress to borrow enough money from them, and then give to them, the money they needed to write off the toxic assets, using the rationale that without the bailout they would not be able to lend the money back to us! (Read that again, it is absolutely accurate.) However, let us describe that again using the same terms as they were used. But, remember the description above as you read this.
What happened that panicked the Wall Street banks and other financial institutions? We still don't know. Explanations of toxic assets, credit default swaps, derivatives, mortgage backed securities gone bad, etc, were so convoluted most of us gave up trying to understand them. President Bush told us that if we didn’t bail out the banks the economy would collapse. Obama and McCain concurred that a bail out was needed. Over the strenuous objection of the American people Congress authorized $700 Billion dollars to be given to the banks. As usual, Congress got this $700 billion by authorizing a bond issue (debt). As usual, the Federal Reserve, which is mostly owned by the Wall Street Banks, monetized the bonds. (Monetized means that they created the money on the basis of the value of the bonds) The $700 Billion was put in the Toxic Asset Relief Program (TARP) and given to the Wall Street Banks and other big financial institutions that were considered “Too Big to Fail”. We still don’t know who got how much and for what because the TARP legislation exempts the Federal Reserve from lawsuits and the Fed is anyway under no obligation to make this information public . The rationale was that we the people had to make the Too Big to Fail banks solvent again so that they could continue lending money to us. So why aren't they lending? The money supply has shrunk by a third since September '08.
This makes perfect sense if you accept the idea that bankers are more important than the people, but it makes no sense at all if you think that the “free market” means you sink or swim on your merit. Why are Wall Street financial institutions so important that they can socialize their losses while continuing to privatize their profits? Why are the Wall Street banks too big to fail, but not California, which only needed $200 Billion? Why didn't the perpetrators of the derivatives scam go bankrupt? Why didn't we bail out the victims? President Obama pointed out that if the Government gave the money to the banks they could create many times more money than if it were given to the victims directly. The banks have demonstrated beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are in charge. Congress did what it was told to do, the Fed doesn't have to tell us what it did and the TARP Congressional Oversight Commission can't find out. All the talk about markets and market forces, and free or private enterprise is a smokescreen to obscure the role of the money center banks that run our government and our society. And, by the way, the UN reckons that about $150 billion would be enough to end hunger in the world and a similar amount would cure all the infectious diseases in the third world, such as malaria and AIDs. Trillions for the banks and nothing for the poor? Is that what you would do?

WHERE DO THE BANKS GET THE MONEY THEY LEND YOU?
Banks do not have money to lend. When we borrow money from a bank we assume that the money we are borrowing comes from what the banks have, or the deposits others have, in the bank. This is natural, because when you lend someone money, you have to lend them some of your own money. Banks do not lend us their own assets, or money they earned, the way we do when we make a loan to someone, rather, banks issue, or create, the money they lend you when you promise to pay it back. Banks monetize your promise to pay! Your debt, your promise to pay, becomes their asset. Your promise to pay is valuable. When your promise to pay is backed by a mortgage or collateral your promise to pay is more valuable because the mortgage is easier to enforce than an IOU. In banking circles this is a well known fact, but it is not the way it is usually represented. However, describing it this way makes it clear that you provide everything of value when you borrow from the bank and the bank provides nothing of its own. Put differently, when you borrow from the bank your promise to pay becomes their asset and your liability and the money they create with an accounting entry, and deposit in your account, is their liability and your asset. And you have to pay them interest, which for a typical mortgage will be more than the principle, so twice as much as you borrowed; and, if you default on the loan, they get the valuable things you acquired with the loan!

IS THIS LEGAL?
Yes, it is legal. The whole financial system is based on it. It is called Fractional Reserve Banking and it became legal with the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. The Federal Reserve issues the currency - our legal tender - to the Federal Government on the basis of the Federal Government's promise to pay! The member banks which own the Federal Reserve use their deposits with the Fed as the basis for their right to create the money they lend you. They keep a fractional reserve, a fraction of their deposits, as a reserve and create money as loans to whatever multiple of their deposits the Fed has decreed (usually between 6 and 30 times as much as they have on deposit) The courts have been enforcing this system ever since.

IS IT CONSTITUTIONAL?
No! The Constitution gives Congress the authority to issue the currency, debt free and interest free, and to regulate its value. Since the Federal Reserve was established by an act of Congress and not by an amendment to the constitution, it is still an unconstitutional law. Understanding money will help us remedy such acts of treason by Congress. Our constitutional rights are not granted to us by the Constitution, they are inalienable rights. We institute government to secure our inalienable rights. When we understand money we will know that we have the inalienable right to issue the currency as a common good.

IS IT A SECRET?
Yes! It is the "banking secret". As Henry Ford once said: “It is well enough that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” and Marshall McLuhan: “Only the small secrets need to be protected. The big ones are kept secret by public incredulity.”

SIR JOSIAH STAMP
The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing. The process is perhaps the most astounding piece of sleight of hand that was ever invented.
Banking was conceived in iniquity and born in sin. Bankers own the Earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create money, and with the flick of the pen they will create enough money to buy it back again...
Take this great power away from them and all great fortunes like mine will disappear, and they ought to disappear, for then this would be a better and happier world to live in. But if you want to continue to be slaves of the banks and pay the cost of your own slavery, then let bankers continue to create money and control credit.
Sir Josiah Stamp, Director, Bank of England 1928-1941 (reputed to be the 2nd richest man in Britain at the time) from a lecture he gave at the University of Texas.

THE BANKING SECRET REVEALED
During the Middle Ages, when the great Cathedrals were being built and the towns and cities were growing, money was mostly gold and silver. As trade between towns and cities grew, transporting gold was dangerous and problematic. Gold can be easily stolen, it can be debased and weighing it is problematic. However, a receipt for gold stored with a Goldsmith was for a specific weight and purity, and as long as the goldsmith had a good reputation, the receipt, or claim check, was better than gold, because the purity and weight were assured. The receipt for gold – being as good as gold – was safe and convenient, and receipts for gold were easily signed over to the seller and thus circulated as money, especially for the larger transactions. In order to understand how the modern banking system arose and why Sir Josiah Stamp says it was conceived in iniquity and born in sin, one must fully grasp the deception that took place.
Some Goldsmiths became bankers when they lent receipts for gold they did not have and charged interest. Lending a receipt for gold you do not have and charging interest, means, of course, that you can create money out of the confidence people have in you and receive interest (something for nothing). This is the most lucrative con there is. Pretend you have gold, lend a “good as gold” receipt for gold you don't have, and charge interest! It is the very definition of a confidence trick! In order to get away with this deception it is essential that it not be discovered. This is the banking secret. Pretend you have money to lend, issue a claim check as a loan, (it is as good as gold), and claim interest! But, if you doubt that the receipt is as good as gold you will want the gold. If many people cash in their receipts the Goldsmith will run out of gold because he has lent many times more receipts for gold than he has in stock, either his own or his depositors. As you can easily imagine would happen the banking Goldsmiths banded together in a secret society to support each other. If there is a run on the bank, the Goldsmith closes his shop until his secret society brothers can supply him with enough gold to meet the demand and save the deception. Of course, banking goldsmiths and then bankers can pretend to have as much money as they reckon they can get away with. They pretend to have money and spend it on whatever they think is important, and the most important thing to spend it on is maintaining the deception. I won’t describe here all the things the bankers secret society have put in place to maintain the deception, but it is nothing less than this society and world. At one point they did agreed to pay interest on deposits and depositors were thus co-opted into the system. The whole system was legalized in England with the establishment of the Bank of England in 1694 and in America by the Federal Reserve System in 1913. If you are amazed that you didn’t know the banking secret, then you know how successful they have been at keeping it secret.
There is something very appealing about interest. Interest enables us to let our money work for us. That appeal keeps us co-opted. You are probably planning to retire on the money you saved your whole life. But you know that the value of your investments are at the mercy of the bankers. How much did you just lose? Where did that value go?
Also, we are willing to pay the interest because the Banking Goldsmiths, being able to create money to lend, can enable a borrower to do something that would otherwise not be possible. If gold and silver are money, then money is scarce because gold and silver are scarce. You can't organize a business, or mount a trading expedition unless you can accumulate enough gold and silver, and since there is only so much gold and silver you mostly can't do it. But, if you can borrow money created beyond the actual amount of the gold and silver available, then you can create a new business or mount a trading expedition. By expanding the money supply Bankers enabled the Age of Discovery and then the Industrial Revolution. But, Bankers gave rise to the society we live in today because they determine what is credit worthy. You can only borrow money for what bankers agree to! And through it all they receive the interest on the money they pretended to have and lent you, and they spend that interest to manage society for their benefit and to protect the banking secret!

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
Colonial Scrip: Principles of a Fiat Paper Currency
In the American Colonies there was a chronic shortage of gold and silver coins. However, the native people would honor the gifts the colonists gave them, such as muskets and knives, horses and domesticated animals with wampum (shells strung together to form belts, bracelets, etc.), and the colonists could spend that wampum with the Indians for food and pelts and so wampum also became an accepted form of money. In most of the colonies, wampum was legal tender and one could pay taxes with it. What would become money generally was up in the air until Benjamin Franklin attended an Iroquois Nation Pow Wow when he was a young man. He was very inspired by the separation of powers he found in their governance, which was an inspiration for our republic. While he was there a brave came into the camp laden down with Wampum which he proceeded to give to the chief who distributed it to all the chiefs of the tribes and clans. The chief recognized the question Ben Franklin had and explained to him that in Indian culture wampum is not money, but is used to make flags and belts to commemorate and remember all the events and gifts that are given during the year. “Of course, there always has to be enough wampum to make all the ceremonial mementos we use to honor our gifts to each other.” Ben Franklin realized in that instant that “There always has to be enough money for all the transactions the people want to make”. He became a major advocate of fiat paper money, called Colonial Scrip, and attributed the prosperity the colonists enjoyed, to its use.
When Franklin was in England representing the colonists he was dismayed to discover the unemployment and poverty and alms houses and debtors prisons there. It was explained to him that there was a population explosion and too many people without enough work. He wrote: “There is abundance in the Colonies, and peace is reigning on every border. It is difficult, and even impossible, to find a happier and more prosperous nation on all the surface of the globe. Comfort prevails in every home. The people, in general, keep the highest moral standards, and education is widely spread… We have no poor houses in the Colonies; and if we had some, there would be nobody to put in them, since there is, in the Colonies, not a single unemployed person, neither beggars nor tramps.”
This was not the case in England, which had the Bank of England and a debt-based monetary system in place – and where debtors who could not afford to pay their debts were often thrown in jail. There was plenty of poverty in the streets of London and elsewhere. Here, Franklin explains the difference between England and her colonies:
“In the colonies, we issue our own paper money. It is called ‘Colonial Scrip.’ We issue it in proper proportion to make the goods pass easily from the producers to the consumers. In this manner, creating ourselves our own paper money, we control its purchasing power and have no interest to pay to anyone… You see, a legitimate government can both spend and lend money into circulation, while banks can only lend significant amounts of their promissory bank notes, for they can neither give away nor spend but a tiny fraction of the money the people need. Thus, when your bankers here in England place money in circulation, there is always a debt principal to be returned and usury to be paid. The result is that you have always too little credit in circulation to give the workers full employment. You do not have too many workers, you have too little money in circulation, and that which circulates, all bears the endless burden of unpayable debt and usury.”
Soon enough, however, the Bank of England had Parliament impose restrictions on the Colonies’ issuance of Colonial Scrip. The first law was enacted in 1751, with more restrictive measures in place by 1763. Colonial Scrip became illegal tender, and British Parliament declared that all taxes could only be paid in coin. Poverty and unemployment began to plague the colonies just as it had in England, because the operating medium had been cut in half and there were insufficient quantities of money to pay for goods and work. Indeed, this was the cause of the Revolutionary War, and not the Stamp Act or a tax on tea, as is taught in all history text books.
“The Colonies would gladly have borne the little tax on tea and other matters had it not been the poverty caused by the bad influence of the English bankers on the Parliament, which has caused in the Colonies hatred of England and the Revolutionary War.” – Benjamin Franklin

ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Abraham Lincoln on the subject of Constitutional Money; from an address to Congress.1865
"Money is the creature of law and the creation of the original issue of money should be maintained as the exclusive monopoly of national Government.
Money possesses no value to the State other than that given to it by circulation.
Capital has its proper place and is entitled to every protection. The wages of men should be recognized in the structure of and in the social order as more important than the wages of money.
No duty is more imperative for the Government than the duty it owes the People to furnish them with a sound and uniform currency, and of regulating the circulation of the medium of exchange so that labor will be protected from a vicious currency, and commerce will be facilitated by cheap and safe exchanges.
The available supply of Gold and Silver being wholly inadequate to permit the issuance of coins of intrinsic value or paper currency convertible into coin in the volume required to serve the needs of the People, some other basis for the issue of currency must be developed, and some means other than that of convertibility into coin must be developed to prevent undue fluctuation in the value of paper currency or any other substitute for money of intrinsic value that may come into use.
The monetary needs of increasing numbers of People advancing towards higher standards of living can and should be met by the Government. Such needs can be served by the issue of National Currency and Credit through the operation of a National Banking system .The circulation of a medium of exchange issued and backed by the Government can be properly regulated and redundancy of issue avoided by withdrawing from circulation such amounts as may be necessary by Taxation, Redeposit, and otherwise. Government has the power to regulate the currency and credit of the Nation.
Government should stand behind its currency and credit and the Bank deposits of the Nation. No individual should suffer a loss of money through depreciation or inflated currency or Bank bankruptcy.
Government, possessing the power to create and issue currency and credit as money and enjoying the right to withdraw both currency and credit from circulation by Taxation and otherwise ,need not and should not borrow capital at interest as a means of financing Governmental work and public enterprise. The Government should create, issue, and circulate all the currency and credit needed to satisfy the spending power of the Government and the buying power of the consumers. The privilege of creating and issuing money is not only the supreme prerogative of Government, but it is the Governments greatest creative opportunity.
By the adoption of these principles the long felt want for a uniform medium will be satisfied. The taxpayers will be saved immense sums of interest, discounts, and exchanges. The financing of all public enterprise, the maintenance of stable Government and ordered progress, and the conduct of the Treasury will become matters of practical administration. The people can and will be furnished with a currency as safe as their own Government. Money will cease to be master and become the servant of humanity. Democracy will rise superior to the money power."
There appeared in The London Times during the Civil War the following from Otto Von Bismarck:
"If that mischievous financial policy, which had its origin in the North American Republic (the public issue of usury-free currency called Greenbacks) should become indurated down to a fixture, then that Government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off debts and be without a debt. It will have all the money necessary to carry on its commerce. It will become prosperous beyond precedent in the history of the civilized governments of the world. The brains and wealth of all countries will go to North America. That government must be destroyed or it will destroy every monarchy on the globe."
In 1876, Bismarck explained further: "The division of the United States into federations of equal force was decided long before the Civil War by the high financial powers of Europe. These bankers were afraid that the United States, if they remained in one block and as one nation, would attain economic and financial independence which would upset their financial dominance over the world. The voice of the Rothschild's prevailed. They saw tremendous booty if they could substitute two feeble democracies, indebted to the financiers, for the vigorous Republic which was practically self-providing. Therefore, they started their emissaries in order to exploit the question of slavery . . . Lincoln's personality surprised them. His being a candidate had not troubled them; they thought to easily dupe a woodcutter. But Lincoln read their plots and understood that the South was not the worst foe, but the financiers."
Lincoln agreed: "I have two great enemies, the southern army in front of me and the financial institutions in the rear. Of the two, the one in the rear is the greatest enemy."

EDISON AND FORD
In December 1921, the American industrialist Henry Ford and the inventor Thomas Edison visited the Muscle Shoals nitrate and water power projects near Florence, Alabama. They used the opportunity to articulate at length upon their alternative money theories, which were published in 2 reports which appeared in The New York Times on December 4, 1921 and December 6, 1921.
Objecting to the fact that the Government planned, as usual, to raise the money by issuing bonds which would be bought by the banking and non-banking sector -- which would then have to be paid back with money raised from taxes, and with interest added -- they proposed instead that the Government simply create the currency it required and spend it into society through this public project.
Thomas Edison made it plain in the following excerpt from The New York Times, December 6, 1921 issue ("Ford Sees Wealth In Muscle Shoals"). Here, the reporter is quoting Edison:
"That is to say, under the old way any time we wish to add to the national wealth we are compelled to add to the national debt.
"Now, that is what Henry Ford wants to prevent. He thinks it is stupid, and so do I, that for the loan of $30,000,000 of their own money the people of the United States should be compelled to pay $66,000,000 -- that is what it amounts to, with interest. People who will not turn a shovelful of dirt nor contribute a pound of material will collect more money from the United States than will the people who supply the material and do the work. That is the terrible thing about interest. In all our great bond issues the interest is always greater than the principal. All of the great public works cost more than twice the actual cost, on that account. Under the present system of doing business we simply add 120 to 150 per cent, to the stated cost.
"But here is the point: If our nation can issue a dollar bond, it can issue a dollar bill. The element that makes the bond good makes the bill good. The difference between the bond and the bill is that the bond lets the money brokers collect twice the amount of the bond and an additional 20 per cent, whereas the currency pays nobody but those who directly contribute to Muscle Shoals in some useful way.
" ... if the Government issues currency, it provides itself with enough money to increase the national wealth at Muscles Shoals without disturbing the business of the rest of the country. And in doing this it increases its income without adding a penny to its debt.
"It is absurd to say that our country can issue $30,000,000 in bonds and not $30,000,000 in currency. Both are promises to pay; but one promise fattens the usurer, and the other helps the people. If the currency issued by the Government were no good, then the bonds issued would be no good either. It is a terrible situation when the Government, to increase the national wealth, must go into debt and submit to ruinous interest charges at the hands of men who control the fictitious values of gold.
"Look at it another way. If the Government issues bonds, the brokers will sell them. The bonds will be negotiable; they will be considered as gilt edged paper. Why? Because the government is behind them, but who is behind the Government? The people. Therefore it is the people who constitute the basis of Government credit. Why then cannot the people have the benefit of their own gilt-edged credit by receiving non-interest bearing currency on Muscle Shoals, instead of the bankers receiving the benefit of the people's credit in interest-bearing bonds?"

WILLIAM JENNING BRYAN
The most famous speech in American political history was delivered by William Jennings Bryan on July 9, 1896, at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Two paragraphs contain the nub!
“We say in our platform that we believe that the right to coin money and issue money is a function of government. We believe it. We believe it is a part of sovereignty and can no more with safety be delegated to private individuals than can the power to make penal statutes or levy laws for taxation.
Mr. Jefferson, who was once regarded as good Democratic authority, seems to have a different opinion from the gentleman who has addressed us on the part of the minority. Those who are opposed to this proposition tell us that the issue of paper money is a function of the bank and that the government ought to go out of the banking business. I stand with Jefferson rather than with them, and tell them, as he did, that the issue of money is a function of the government and that the banks should go out of the governing business.”

FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT
In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way. Franklin D. Roosevelt (why didn't he add “by the Money Power?”)

GALBRAITH AND GREENSPAN
John Kenneth Galbraith famously said: "The study of money, above all other fields in economics, is one in which complexity is used to disguise truth or to evade truth, not to reveal it. The process by which banks create money is so simple the mind is repelled. With something so important, a deeper mystery seems only decent."
Alan Greenspan admitted in a ??? on ??? he was having trouble defining money. Ron Paul was asking if the Federal Reserve believes in sound money.
Mr. GREENSPAN: Let me suggest to you that the monetary aggregates as we measure them are getting increasingly complex and difficult to integrate into a set of forecasts. The problem we have is not that money is unimportant, but how we define it. By definition, all prices are indeed the ratio of exchange of a good for money. And what we seek is what that is. Our problem is, we used M1 at one point as the proxy for money, and it turned out to be very difficult as an indicator of any financial state. We then went to M2 and had a similar problem. We have never done it with M3 per se, because it largely reflects the extent of the expansion of the banking industry, and when, in effect, banks expand, in and of itself it doesn't tell you terribly much about what the real money is. So our problem is not that we do not believe in sound money; we do. We very much believe that if you have a debased currency that you will have a debased economy. The difficulty is in defining what part of our liquidity structure is truly money. We have had trouble ferreting out proxies for that for a number of years. And the standard we employ is whether it gives us a good forward indicator of the direction of finance and the economy. Regrettably none of those that we have been able to develop, including MZM, have done that. That does not mean that we think that money is irrelevant; it means that we think that our measures of money have been inadequate and as a consequence of that we, as I have mentioned previously, have downgraded the use of the monetary aggregates for monetary policy purposes until we are able to find a more stable proxy for what we believe is the underlying money in the economy.
Dr. PAUL: So it is hard to manage something you can't define?
Mr. GREENSPAN: It is not possible to manage something you cannot define.
Remember that Alan Greenspan knows that all the money is credit, so he is struggling to come up with a definition for money rather than credit without making it explicit that there is only credit and no money.

UNDERSTANDING MONEY
Epistemology, the study of how we know things, may help with understanding all this. What is the difference between the perception we have of something and our understanding of it? It is the concept we use to explain the perception. This is crucial because the concepts that we have available to us to understand our perceptions determine our overall understanding and make up our world view.
In this booklet there are many new concepts with which to understand your perceptions which do not exist in our educational system or in the popular culture. Keep in mind that there is a difference between the perception and the concept used to explain the perception, that is to say, stick with the perception and stop yourself from explaining it with the idea that arises immediately from the culture. If you do this, then you have a real possibility of dealing with the cognitive dissonance (see endnote). Give yourself an opportunity to see if the new concepts in this understanding of money give you a better understanding of your perceptions and a more positive world view than those proffered by the popular culture which was created by the long-term secretive control by the banking industry. Questions help. Does this concept give me a more satisfying explanation of my perception? Does this concept increase or decrease my freedom? Which concept that I could use to explain the perception increases the fear or the love I experience. This is crucial, because we forget the choice is ours, having been more or less forced to accept what we have been taught in school and hear in the media.
Economics is called the dismal science for a very good reason. The concepts that it uses to explain human behavior are not accurate, it is not an empirical science but an ideological one. What do Adam Smith and Karl Marx have in common? They both maintain that only gold is money! That idea is wrong and that idea serves only bankers. In order to develop a true social science of economics we will need to start with what is self-evident.

Human Nature of Exchange
The self-evident concept, which underpins all the rest of the ideas, is in three parts:
1. Something is economic if it can be exchanged at a price. If it seems reasonable to you that something should have a price and be exchanged as part of daily life, then it is economic. So, for example, family relationships are not economic, nor is religious experience. Our rights are not for sale. Culture and education are less clear. Most of our culture does not support itself from admission prices alone, and education is inadequately funded by tuition. Without raising the issue of how they should be funded, it is clear that in someway culture and education are not economic in the same way that goods and services are. What is the value of an educated population or an inspired individual? But, it is easy to agree that all the goods and services we provide for each other to satisfy our material needs and wants should have a price tag and are therefore exchangeable. Economics is about the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services through exchange. Exchange is the essence of economics. It is through the exchange process that goods and services go from production to distribution to consumption. Each step along the way they are exchanged at a price.
2. It lies in our nature as human beings that we make an exchange when we judge that the exchange will make us better off. If we look at exchange exactly we can see this. We make an exchange – what I have for what you have – when we make the judgment that – at the agreed price – we will be better off. Both parties to the exchange do this, and so exchange makes both parties better off. When I walk into a store I am aware of what I have (in the form of money) and the store has already determined, by determining the prices on the things it sells, that it will be better off if I buy anything for sale there at the stated price. So I look at the items I need or want with their prices, and mindful of what I have, I select things to buy, making the judgment that at the stated prices I will be better off for buying them. When I leave the store, having paid for my purchases, I am better off and the store is better off. That is the nature of exchange. It is perhaps a little clearer when the buyer and seller negotiate a price. When they agree a price it is because they both reckon they will be better off as a result of the exchange. If they can't agree a mutually beneficial price, they forgo the exchange.
The exchanges that I make, that you make, that everyone makes are made because they make us better off. Therefore, in the aggregate, it is reasonable to expect that all the exchanges will make everyone increasingly better off. The increase is due to human nature, not the difference in nature between the human beings who are party to the exchange. The increase results from our being together in a society and an economy in which there is plenty to exchange, - people providing goods and services for each other that we need or want, resulting in exchanges that make both parties better off and in the aggregate everyone better off.
There are instances of fraud and deceit, which in retrospect mean that the exchange was not advantageous to one of the parties, but those are the exception, not the rule. The prices may conceal horrendously unjust circumstances, sweat shops, war, environmental damage, etc. but those facts do not change the principle. If you want to change those things then this is the understanding that will put us in a position to heal ourselves and the planet.
3. Are we increasingly better off? If not, why not? Might there be something which is siphoning off or appropriating the increase? Could it be that the surplus is being siphoned off by interest? Should interest be a feature of the monetary system? What are the consequences of the idea that your money can work for you? What is real wealth? What is phantom wealth? What is money?

Money as Power
Money gives us a claim on the resources and labor of society – the goods and services that make up the economy. We need money to live and the more we have the better we live. And, the more we have, the greater our claim on the productivity of society and the greater our ability to shape society as we would like it to be. If very few people have control of half the entire income of the planet then the power imbalance is so extreme it is not unreasonable to believe they created this society.

Money as Measure
To measure value we use dollars and cents, much as we use hours and minutes or feet and inches. We use dollars and cents to measure the value of all the goods and services available in the economy so that we can compare them to each other and make reasonable decisions about what to buy or sell and at what price. The dollars and cents as prices are crucial to making decisions about which exchanges will make us better off.

Money as Means of Exchange
The dollars and cents we use to measure value make all the goods and services commensurate and thus exchangeable. To effect the exchanges, we use a device or instrument we call money. The difference between the measure (dollars and cents) and the instrument we use to make exchanges is similar to the difference between hours and minutes and our watch or clock. The watch or clock makes the hours and minutes useful, the money makes the dollars and cents useful. Let us bear that in mind. Dollars and cents are not money, they are the units of the measure of value. Money is the device that allows us to make use of them.

Money as Commodity
Gold and Silver have traditionally been thought of as money, but they are commodities and as such they are scarce and subject to market forces. A valuable commodity can’t also be the measure of value for everything else without distorting the value of all the other goods and services. A commodity never has and never will be as good as money for effecting exchanges. For many centuries now, there has not been enough gold or silver to function as money and the convertibility of bank notes to gold has always been a fraud. When money is thought of as a commodity or a stand in for a commodity then it can be thought of as valuable in itself. But you don't want the money, you want what the money will buy! Money is not valuable in itself, it can only represent value.

Money as Legal Tender or Fiat of the Law
Money is either legal tender or it is a commodity, but not both. When gold is legal tender its face value has to be more than its commodity value for it to function as money. If the value of gold or silver rises above the gold or silver coin's value as legal tender they cease to function as money and become gold or silver! When gold or silver coins are money, their intrinsic value is irrelevant to their function as money. And, of course, when paper notes are legal tender their lack of intrinsic value is irrelevant in their use as money. Money, legal tender, is a fiat of the law. The association of gold or silver with money has been used by the bankers to confuse the issue of what money is since the dawn of civilization. Because it is easy to understand that a commodity like gold could be scarce or abundant it is easy to imagine why there might be too little or too much money.

Money as Accounting
The transfer of money by check or debit card between bank accounts in the banking system makes it clear that money is not physical but rather a matter of accounting. Federal Reserve Notes are a very small percentage of the money in circulation. We use banks to settle the accounts between us. When I write a check or swipe my debit card I am instructing the bank to settle the account between me and the merchant. I get the merchant's goods, the merchant gets my money, via the bank. It is called checkbook or deposit money and the whole banking secret is based on it. When we use paper money we don't need banks, but banks provide the accounting services or account settlement services we need for our complex commerce.

How is Money Created?
Now we get to what the Federal Reserve has called money mechanics5. All the money in circulation, except coins, is created by banks as credit, as IOUs, as the principal of a loan. The borrower’s promise to pay becomes an asset of the bank against which it creates a liability, the money it “lends” us. Money is created with accounting entries, assets and liabilities. Promises to pay and loans. When we lend someone money we have to lend them our money, but banks create the money that they lend us. Did you think that banks lend us their money or their depositors money? Did we commit to leave our money “on deposit” for 30 years? As you know this is the banking secret. Banks create almost all the money in circulation, and they do it as debt to us and corporations and then they collect interest, and with a typical mortgage we will repay twice or more than we borrowed!

Credit Money
Almost all of what we think of as money is created as the principal of a loan. From the bank’s point of view, the asset is the promise to pay and the liability is the loan “money”. As the loan is repaid the bank’s asset is reduced and the corresponding liability – the “money” - is reduced, until both the asset and the “money” are extinguished when the loan is repaid. If that is hard to grasp remember that it is all accounting entries. There is nothing but accounting entries. Your promise to pay is an accounting entry, the “money” deposited in your account is an accounting entry. One goes down so does the other! When the loan is paid the asset ceases to exist and the money is extinguished. If everyone paid off their loans there would be no money. That can't be! But from the logic of the system one can see that it is. The permanent money supply must therefore be the debt that no one expects will ever be repaid; i.e. the Federal Debt.

Money as Credit
A promise to pay, or an IOU, is, by its very definition, not the money, but an obligation to provide money according to the terms of the promise. In the abstract world of money as credit, a promise to lend you a car is considered the same as lending you a car. This is absurd, because in the real world a promise to lend you a car does you no good if you need a car. This does, however, illustrate how a fiction can be implemented in the real world, or how important the concepts that make up our consciousness are in creating the reality we live in.

Interest
What we think of as money is created as the principal of a loan which must be repaid with interest. Where, in this system, is the money to pay the interest ever created? All the money to pay the interest must come from new loans, which in turn bear interest. Some economists have estimated that 50% of the prices we pay for things is interest. Most of us (98%) pay more interest than we receive and a very few of us (2%) receive more interest than they pay. Interest concentrates the wealth in the hands of the few.

Circulation
The loan money will circulate in the economy facilitating many exchanges before it is extinguished as it is used to repay the principle of a loan. The money paid as interest will also be spent and circulate in the economy. Circulation, however, only extends the time frame until the money is eventually extinguished as it repays principle.

Consequences
Only coins are issued as money. All the rest of the money is issued as debt. With what shall we pay? More promises? If all the “money” is created as debt and is extinguished as the debt is repaid, where is the permanent money supply? The permanent money supply has to be the debt that no one expects will ever be repaid! Do you expect the Federal Debt will ever be repaid? The Federal Debt is the permanent money supply! All the funds collected from the income tax will soon be insufficient to pay the interest on the Federal Debt! Because of the design of the system there is always more money owed than exists. Everyone must go deeper into to debt to provide the money to pay the interest. This makes money scarce, one might say that money is the only scarce resource. Interest automatically transfers the wealth from the 98% of us who pay more interest than they earn, to the 2% who receive more interest than they pay. In order to keep up with the interest owed the financial system has to continually grow.

More Consequences
At what point does the interest on the Federal Debt become unpayable? As a result of the bailouts (more debt) interest will soon be the single largest expense in the Federal Budget!6 The current 11.6 Trillion Dollar debt costs about $700 billion in interest each year! Who is “earning” that interest? Is it reasonable that the money center banks that caused the financial crisis that required the bailout should receive the bailout money and the interest on the increased Federal Debt that was used to pay the bailout? However, increasing the Federal Debt was necessary to increase the permanent money supply to lessen the effect of the credit crunch.

The Growth Imperative
Compound interest makes it necessary that the financial system grow whether or not this relates to growth in the real economy. The rule of 72 states that money “earning” 1% will take 72 years to double. If I am receiving 6% on my money it will take 12 years for it to double. The short term thinking that most companies are forced into is a requirement of the monetary system because of compound interest. The net present value and discounted cash flow calculations are based on what money could be “earning” as loans. Corporate raiders have demonstrated this many times by buying up a well run company with a lot of equity by borrowing money to free up the equity by turning the equity into debt . The forest is worth more clear cut now than in 20 years simply because the money realized when invested in debt and left to compound grows faster than the trees!
It is the thought that the money is valuable in itself that allows this fiction. The money can't possibly grow faster than the real goods and services it represents. But our society is based on this fiction and it will continue to impoverish us and destroy the planet until we recognize it as a fiction.

Sovereignty
During colonial times the question of sovereignty was in the forefront of the peoples minds. There is a wonderful sense of security in having a King who is responsible for the well being of society. If we are loyal to the King, the King will take care of us. He is the lawgiver, he protects us. The passing of the sovereignty from the King to the People was what the American Revolution was all about. We are responsible for us. We instituted a government to secure our inalienable rights. The government serves us and through it we exercise our sovereignty.

Real Money
Real money is, and can only ever be, the circulating medium of exchange issued by the sovereign to serve the needs of the people. Real money is a public good not a private privilege. Real money measures value and enables us to effect exchanges, and benefits everyone equally. Real money is a fiat of the law. The US has not had real money since the Lincoln Administration issued Greenbacks, and for the year or so that Kennedy issued silver certificates.

Who is the Sovereign?
Are we the people the sovereign? Are the Banks which issue the currency as debt the sovereign? What if we decide once again that we the people are sovereign and reclaim the power to issue the currency? Do you think we would issue it as debt bearing un-payable interest? Or would we spend it into circulation to pay for the government services we as the sovereign people democratically decide are needed?

United States Money
The Federal Government could, and has in the past, issued the currency to pay for the legitimate goods and services the government is charged with providing. A debt and interest free currency spent into circulation would obviate the need for taxes and, if the statistics gathered by the Commerce Department and the Federal Reserve were used to regulate the money supply so that the value of the dollar remained constant, there would be no inflation or boom or bust ‘business’ cycle and no growth imperative. Contrary to the myth, Government issued real money has been absolutely reliable in the past. And we could make sure it would be again.

The Science of Money
Money is a public good like any other measure. It needs to be regulated to ensure that it is a reliable measure. More money in circulation than is justified by the goods and services available and prices rise, or the money becomes less valuable; less money in circulation than needed and prices fall, people can’t pay their debts, products can’t be sold, etc. What is a recession or depression? Did something change as far as the resources, skills and willingness to work are concerned? No, the only change is a shrinking of the money in circulation so there is no longer enough circulating medium to make all the payments that were being made before the shrinkage. The science of money is the regulation of the money supply so that prices remain stable. The money is not valuable in itself. It represents and makes commensurate the value of the real goods and services in the economy. Good data collection, which we have, is all that is needed to regulate the money supply and keep prices stable.

Capitalization
Issuing real money to capitalize an enterprise or build infrastructure, or any other need that requires a large amount of capital, as in the Muscle Shoals example Henry Ford and Thomas Edison referred to, may become the most creative opportunity (as Lincoln said) for community banking in which the people are sovereign. Because “raising the money” is not an issue, i.e. we understand that we can just issue it, the process whereby the people decide what to fund and how that will be managed, etc. will be a wonderful opportunity to exercise our new found sovereignty. What values will be evident in what we decide to capitalize? From the point of view of the science of money the new capital will either be properly represented by what it was spent on and increase the community wealth, and therefore require the issue of more money to represent the increase, or if it fails, the money created will not properly represent what happened, and that much money will need to be withdrawn from circulation to keep the value of the money constant. Being able to issue real money to capitalize projects we believe in will give new meaning to the phrase: Government of the people, by the people, for the people. Please let this sink in: Real money means that there will be no shortage of money. Everything we as a community decide is worthwhile can be done. The limitations are all real. Are there people willing and capable of doing it and are the natural resources needed available? If so, let us, as the sovereign, issue the money to accomplish it!

What Can We Do?
If you believe that there is still a possibility of rescuing our sovereignty from the privately owned Federal Reserve through the existing political process then there are numerous reforms worth supporting. The American Monetary Institutes's American Monetary Act, would authorize Congress to take over the Federal Reserve and issue United States Notes debt and interest free to rebuild the infrastructure and provide the money for Health Care and other needed services7. The Fellowship of the Commons is conducting the Great Campaign to establish an alternative governing system and establish Commons Trusts, including a Currency Trust to assure there is always enough money for what is democratically determined to be worthwhile. The Social Credit movement would issue the currency directly to the people, which would create a democracy of consumers served by an aristocracy of producers, and would distribute a national dividend.8 North Dakota has a $1 Billion budget surplus and has its own bank, owned by the state and not part of the Federal Reserve, so chartering State Banks similar to the Bank of North Dakota is a possible idea.9 Paul Grignon is working on a proposal for digital money, called digital coin, or perpetual coin and credit coin which could be worth supporting10. Edgar Kahn's time dollar is available to us right now – we have a time bank here in the Berkshires which is part of the Co-Act Currency Net and which you can join at: www.co-act.org.
However, if you believe that it is up to us to think globally and act locally then you can support the establishment of the Common Good Bank and participate in developing a local depositors association.

Common Good Bank
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          Speaker John Boehner’s Endless Excuses for Blocking an ISIS War Debate and Vote        

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute June 1, 2015   Speaker John Boehner’s Endless Excuses for Blocking an ISIS War Debate and Vote     US Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) is like the fellow you ask over for dinner time and again who always has a reason to decline the invitation. He […]

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          Ron Paul Attracts More Than 1,350 Voters in Twin Falls, Idaho        

Source: http://www.dailypaul.com http://youtu.be/W_EurjVafE8 BOISE, Idaho – 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul draw a remarkable crowd of more than 1,350 supporters and undecided voters in Twin Falls, Idaho today. It was the first of many events comprising a three-day, multi-stop visit to the key caucus states of Idaho and Washington. The 12-term Congressman from Texas […]

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          PAUL: One year to go        

Source: http://www.washingtontimes.com By Rep. Ron Paul-The Washington Times I firmly believe the American people are serious about cutting spending and fixing our debt crisis now. Those struggling to make ends meet and provide for their families while also trying to save for the future know we must change course immediately. I’m not running for president […]

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          In the Name of Patriotism (Who are the Patriots?)        

HON. RON PAUL OF TEXAS Before the U.S. House of Representatives May 22, 2007 In the Name of Patriotism (Who are the Patriots?) For some, patriotism is “the last refuge of a scoundrel.” For others, it means dissent against a government’s abuse of the people’s rights. I have never met a politician in Washington, or […]

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          No Economic Recovery; Prepare For Inflationary “Meltup”        

By Julian Dunraven, J.D., M.P.A.

Honorable Friends:

Your government is lying to you. We are not in economic recovery. We are merely experiencing a cash bubble through printing—inflation—and every day that bubble is in greater danger of bursting. When it does, the American people will face national bankruptcy.

The following video comes to me on the recommendation of Gerald Celente, director of the Trends Research Institute, and The Trends Journal. For those of you who have not already subscribed to his journal, he is one of the best economic forecasters in the world.

To my friends in the Tea Party, this is why you are marching. Simply getting Republicans elected will not be enough to save this nation from economic collapse. Any politician, Democrat or Republican, who does not understand what is in this video must go.

In addition to Mr. Celente, this documentary, "Meltup," features some of the best economic experts available including:

  • Peter Schiff, Austrian School economist, bestselling author of Crash Proof, owner of Euro Pacific Capital, former economic advisor to Ron Paul, and current candidate for U.S. Senate in Connecticut
  • Dr. Ron Paul, Congressman from Texas , former presidential Candidate, bestselling author and voice of the Austrian School economists on Capitol Hill
  • Marc Faber, renowned Austrian School economist.
  • Jim Rogers, investor, author, and financial commentator
  • Tom Woods, historian, bestselling author, and senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute.
  • And several others.

The National Inflation Association has done a fine job in producing "Meltup." Our liquid fuels crisis, the manipulations and fraud in the precious metals markets, the debt problems and the looming threat of dollar collapse through inflation are all covered in detail. As Celente points out, we are on the verge of the second American Revolution. This video will give you a better understanding of what we face, and what the Tea Party and its supporters MUST achieve if it is to be successful.




          My Research Paper: Philippines (Part 6)        
Eto ang 6th part of my research paper. I've researched this at an accurate, super respetadong online encyclopedia, even more "informational" than our lame Wikipedia. For more info 'bout the online encyclopedia, here's the link!

Philippines
  • Filipinos Today

Filipinos like to think that they are AZN (Asian) but in reality they are the niggers of Asia just like Ireland is the niggerland of Europe. In America faggot filipino boys have grown fond of the nigger culture and have become in a sense, second class niggers. It is also a known fact that filipinos are the ugliest race in the entire earth (yes even uglier then monkeys) and that their men and women have the smallest PENISes and MELONS in the worldz. There are established filipino communities especially on the west coast where the men rape young girls and the old women rap along with the boys. Also they have dog feasts where they steal all the neighbor hood dogs and have a cookout. the president of the internets RON PAUL says he wished all filipinos would become an hero.

The current government of the Philippines is run by a midget-president, who is known to have a large mole on his/her face. The government is best known for its corruption and womanizing of most of the political staff. Filipinos are dumb fucks who need a get a life. Anyone can be a president, even if they're dead.

You can identify Filipinos by the way they look. If they are short, ugly as fuck, have ugly flat noses and smell like trash, that's them. Warning: Confusion may occur when distinguishing a Filipino from a monkey.



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          Five Ways Rand Paul Is Like Conservative Hero Jack Kemp        

Senator Rand Paul is a unique and rising star in the Republican Party. His establishment opponents would like to portray him as odd and out of the mainstream. And yet, many of Paul's ideas were also shared with conservative Congressman Jack Kemp, who in 1996 was the GOP nominee for Vice-President.

Below are five areas in which they are similar:

Tax enterprise zones
Rand Paul has championed the idea of tax enterprise zones as an alternative to bailing out failed cities like Detroit. In his own proposal, Paul quoted Kemp, who popularized the concept:
“By giving people access to capital and allowing them to take ownership of assets, entrepreneurship will be encouraged and the cycle of poverty can begin to be broken. All persons should have the opportunity to go as high as their merit and determination can carry them…” 
The flat tax
Even before he announced his run for the presidency, Rand Paul had come out in favor of a flat tax. Jack Kemp was also a fan of the flat tax. In fact, the Kemp Commission concluded that the current income tax should be replaced by the flat tax.

The Iraq War
While other GOP candidates were struggling to answer whether invading Iraq was a good idea in hindsight, Rand Paul beliefs it was a mistake from the beginning. So did Kemp, who wrote an op-ed opposing the war in 2003.

The Federal Reserve
Like his father, Congressman Ron Paul, Rand Paul believes that the Federal Reserve is out of control. Accordingly, Paul has pushed strongly for auditing the secretive institution. He has also supported a new gold commission. Kemp himself supported a gold standard. He once said:
“America needs a dollar that is once again an honest dollar, as good as gold.” 
Minority outreach
Rand Paul has taken it upon himself to grow the Republican party. He has reached out to groups that normally wouldn't consider checking the GOP box. Kemp was similarly a lone wolf in his efforts to reach out to minority communities.

          Why Rand Paul supporters should create an account on RedState.com        

During the 2012 primaries, RedState.com was notorious for banning Ron Paul supporters. So why should supporters of his son, Rand Paul, consider creating accounts on the popular conservative website?

Here's why:

1. You can comment on articles. No further explanation needed.

2. You can write your own articles. How? After you register, go to your dashboard. There you will be able to request a diary. When you write and publish your diary, you are essentially creating your own articles for RedState. Try to create a solid commenting history BEFORE you request a diary, that way you are more likely to get it approved.

How to not get banned:

Do not mention Rand Paul in every comment or diary. You will be outing yourself very quickly if you do that. Instead, try to bring a liberty-minded perspective to whatever the discussion you are participating in. Participate in a wide variety of discussions.

That isn't to say you should never mention Rand Paul. You should. And feel free to write a diary concerning Paul, but make sure he is not the subject of every diary.

When you do mention Rand Paul, try to do so in the context of other popular conservatives. Try to appeal to the sensibilities of standard conservatives. Think outside the box. Don't repeat talking points. Don't try to make the case for him in one diary.

Your mission, as a Rand Paul supporter, is to try and influence people to support your candidate. To do that, you have to use tact and nuance. You want to come across as one of them, not as the enemy. Controversy should not be your goal.

With all of this said, visit the following link to get started:
http://www.redstate.com/signup/

Good luck and see you there!
          Ron Paul Endorses Colorado Senate Candidate Owen Hill        

Former Congressman and Presidential candidate Ron Paul has made an endorsement in the 2014 Colorado Senate Race by backing State Senator Owen Hill.

Hill is a young Air Force veteran who holds a Ph.D. in policy analysis and has worked as a financial manager for charities, in addition to being elected to the Colorado State Senate earlier this year.

More information about Hill can be found on his website: http://www.owenhillforsenate.com/

Read the endorsement below:



          Ron Paul, still competing, continues his delegate winning streak in Minnesota        
“The recent achievements affirm Paul’s delegate-attainment strategy, and support the notion that he and his platform will be featured prominently at the Republican National Convention in Tampa this August,” the press release said.
          Ron Paul can still be president — through a new video game        
In “Road to Revolution,” the Texas congressman travels through the 50 states, collecting delegates and "sound" money backed by gold or silver.
          By: Mike Pepperday        
Tel would have it that doing away with the reserve bank would leave people free to do as they wish. But it wouldn't: it would simply be ramming his (or Ron Paul's) notion down everyone's throat. There is only one way to find out what the people wish and that is to see what they actually do if they are in charge. My bet (reason below) would be that they would stick with the RBA. And Nick would have it that making something like that democratic would be like giving a jellyfish eyes—it wouldn't know what to do. Nick, you're against populism but, like prostitution, no one is really for it. No one suggests it. I think you're using "populism" as a pejorative for "democracy," i.e., as a dismissive put-down of democracy. Prostitution is not the same as sex. A lot of this talk is surreal to me. I ask myself, why guess? Why not take a look and see? Is there any example of democracy (not populism) being like eyes on a jellyfish? I'd genuinely like to hear of it. The thing is, an "independent" commission has to be answerable to someone and if, as is often the case, it answers to parliament then that is actually more democratic than answering to the executive because it gives the people more say in ruling. I don't know of any systematic studies of this phenomenon of independent bodies. If someone does, I'd like to know of that, too. Why speculate in the abstract? The admonishing example is Switzerland where the people rule to the extent where, it is said (with some exaggeration), that S has no government, only an administration. Worried about "coordination"? No problem: leave it to the people. S sits there, smack in the middle of crumbling Europe, staring out at us, silently saying, "WTF do all you other countries think you are doing?" In Switzerland there is no question of Big Capital telling the government what level of mining tax it may levy, or dictating what gambling regulation it will tolerate. Yet S is the very place where capital flees when the governments of the rest of Europe make a hash of it. In S it seems they never make a hash of it. In the Swiss context it is laughable to talk of a paltry "independence" of a bank or broadcaster or electoral commission. No bill—not one, on anything—becomes law without the people's approval, implicit or explicit (the people knock back 3% of bills). No executive was ever worried about being kicked out for its immigration policy (which is a big issue in S); no executive ever got kicked out for anything. Ever. With very rare exceptions ministers of state retire when they have had enough. It is incredible the nonsense the rest of the so-called democratic world indulges in with its desperately-fought elections. History, since 1215 is quite clear: the more democracy the better. Yet the King Johns never tire of saying the ordinary barons can't be trusted to govern. But just look at Switzerland. What on earth is the worry about democracy? Which is the best governed country in the world? S is high in the short list. Which country has the best record of governance for the last century and a half? S by a vast, vast margin. There they are, lederhosen-clad, yodelling yokels running around the hills governing themselves and showing the governance of almost the whole of the rest of the world to be incompetent. I don't know but I expect, Tel, that S has a federal bank doing its thing, as here and as in the US. Since nobody has yet convinced the people of Switzerland to abandon it that alone tells me—a person with only a hazy idea of what monetary and fiscal mean—that a federal reserve bank is a good idea. Of course, it had better be independent.
          By: Nicholas Gruen        
Thanks Tel, This is a response to you above timestamped [December 22, 2012 at 5:11 am] - you keep interesting hours - or perhaps are overseas - half your luck. On Ron Paul, yes, in a sense a bad example for me to mention because Paul does seem to have principled objections to QE based on his belief in an antediluvian monetary system. Crazy is as crazy does. Mitt has no such excuse. Just a bit of know all know nothingness from the guy who wants to be on top. A better example would have been anti-dumping policy. Here you have a case where it can be explained to anyone who's prepared to concentrate for a minute or so why imposing special anti-dumping duties is not a good idea. It's not like it's a tradeoff between capital and labour or anything - it's just a bad idea. BHP-Billiton's successful anti-dumping action saves a few jobs in steel and destroys more jobs in metal manufacturing and further downstream. The Productivity Commission says this in its report, but the government has to proceed with policy that can be explained in a sound bite on the radio - which is to say they're 'strengthening' the existing anti-dumping policy. That's an example of the kind of thing I'm talking about - a failure of governance. This, by the way, is a kind of meta-political criticism of the Government. In this case the Government is afraid of democracy itself - of the ill informed '<a href="http://clubtroppo.com.au/2012/04/29/beyond-vox-pop-democracy-deepening-democracy-in-the-internet-age/">vox pop</a>' kind. This shows that 'democracy' is not of itself necessarily always the appropriate form of delegation of decision making. I don't really think of this as a technocratic point, because I have a fair bit of faith that if one put together some kind of citizen deliberation mechanism - a citizen's jury if you will - it would come to the right conclusion on this subject (and I don't really want to impose my idea of the right solution if the electorate can't be persuaded - if not <em>en masse</em> then via the right vehicle (with the citizens' jury being a special purpose cognitive elite).
          By: Tel        
My apologies, I was a bit glib and off the cuff. There's a lot more nuance to what you were saying. I'll try to be a bit more nuanced myself. Just because government has become big and complex and centralized doesn't imply there's a genuine need for us all to be constantly governed by such an entity. All it proves is that government has been capable of grabbing that power on the excuse of fixing problems (often problems earlier governments created) and thus convincing people that they are helpless and in need of supervision. You use Ron Paul's dislike of QE as an example of top-down decision making (Mitt Romney probably is a top-down kind of guy so fair example), as if somehow Ron Paul thinks he knows how to manage the Fed differently. What Ron Paul has been saying is that if he were running the Fed, his first task would be to shake everyone's hand and send them home, then put a hammer through the printing press and and a "for sale" sign on the building. Ron Paul doesn't believe there should be a Fed at all! People are perfectly capable of organizing accounts between themselves if they are permitted the freedom to do so. If a bank goes bust, there's a reason for that so get it done, and get it sorted, and get on with business. I guess what you are saying is that central government should beneficently allow some of its power to carefully devolve to more localized government entities, but what Ron Paul is saying is that certain powers (such as trade and currency) evolve up from the people and never should have been snatched by government in the first place, and over time we will just have to get enough people determined to take those powers back. Quite a different way of seeing things. By the way, I don't believe for a moment that the Federal Reserve is anywhere near as politically independent as the RBA. I also think that sooner or later this QE? just has to wash down into inflation. Their approach is a short-term fix at best, I doubt it will even last out the four years of Obama's current term before the inflation shows, and once that momentum starts, I have no idea how they intend to bring it back under control. Let me also point out that while Keynesians wring hands over the Tragedy of Thrift, if you allow the natural emergence of currency from the bottom up, it sorts itself automatically as hoarding of any particular item just results in people moving across to using a more convenient item as currency (whatever that may be) and this devalues the hoarded items just sufficiently to bring them back into service. There's no particular disaster in having multiple currencies in circulation, any more than we have multiple options for investment or saving.
          Ron Paul ~~ secession is as American as apple pie ...         
Is all the recent talk of secession mere sour grapes over the election, or perhaps something deeper? Currently there are active petitions in support of secession for all 50 states, with Texas taking the lead in number of signatures. Texas has well over the number of signatures needed to generate a response from the administration, and while I wouldn't hold my breath on Texas actually seceding, I believe these petitions raise a lot of worthwhile questions about the nature of our union. Is it treasonous to want to secede from the United States? Many think the question of secession was settled by our Civil War. On the contrary; the principles of self-governance and voluntary association are at the core of our founding. Clearly Thomas Jefferson believed secession was proper, albeit as a last resort. Writing to William Giles in 1825, he concluded that states: "should separate from our companions only when the sole alternatives left, are the dissolution of our Union with them, or submission to a government without limitation of powers." Keep in mind that the first and third paragraphs of the Declaration of Independence expressly contemplate the dissolution of a political union when the underlying government becomes tyrannical. Do we have a "government without limitation of powers" yet? The Federal government kept the Union together through violence and force in the Civil War, but did might really make right? Secession is a deeply American principle. This country was born through secession. Some felt it was treasonous to secede from England, but those "traitors" became our country's greatest patriots. There is nothing treasonous or unpatriotic about wanting a federal government that is more responsive to the people it represents. That is what our Revolutionary War was all about and today our own federal government is vastly overstepping its constitutional bounds with no signs of reform. In fact, the recent election only further entrenched the status quo. If the possibility of secession is completely off the table there is nothing to stop the federal government from continuing to encroach on our liberties and no recourse for those who are sick and tired of it. Consider the ballot measures that passed in Colorado and Washington state regarding marijuana laws. The people in those states have clearly indicated that they are ready to try something different where drug policy is concerned, yet they will still face a tremendous threat from the federal government. In California, the Feds have been arresting peaceful medical marijuana users and raiding dispensaries that state and local governments have sanctioned. This shouldn't happen in a free country. It remains to be seen what will happen in states that are refusing to comply with the deeply unpopular mandates of Obamacare by not setting up healthcare exchanges. It appears the Federal government will not respect those decisions either. In a free country, governments derive their power from the consent of the governed. When the people have very clearly withdrawn their consent for a law, the discussion should be over. If the Feds refuse to accept that and continue to run roughshod over the people, at what point do we acknowledge that that is not freedom anymore? At what point should the people dissolve the political bands which have connected them with an increasingly tyrannical and oppressive federal government? And if people or states are not free to leave the United States as a last resort, can they really think of themselves as free? If a people cannot secede from an oppressive government, they cannot truly be considered free. (This is republished from US Rep. Ron Paul's "Straight Talk" column.)
          Ron Paul unloads in farewell address        
The gentleman from Brazosport didn't hold back in his 48-minute farewell address to Congress. This is as it should be. Onward.
          Service academy nominees from fightin' 14th Congressional District announced by Congressman Ron Paul         
Lake Jackson, TX – Congressman Ron Paul is pleased to announce the following military service academy nominees from his congressional district: Brazoria County Gabriel Ryan Dawson, son of Brad and Kelly Dawson, has been nominated to the US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO and the US Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Dawson is currently attending Brazoswood High School in Clute, TX. Fort Bend County Samuel Christopher Ashey, son of Mark Ashey and Elise Ashey, has been nominated to the US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO and the US Military Academy at West Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Ashey is currently attending Cinco Ranch High School in Katy, Texas. Congressman Paul is pleased to also announce that Ashey has already been offered an appointment by the US Air Force Academy. Cameron Mitchell Hallier, son of Kurt and Toni Hallier, has been nominated to the US Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Hallier is a 2012 graduate of Cinco Ranch High School, and is currently attending the New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, New Mexico. Bradley Edward Learned, son of Albert and Mary Ann Learned, has been nominated to the US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO for the Class of 2017. Learned is a graduate of Cinco Ranch High School, and is currently attending the US Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, NY. Robert Michael Leyba, son of Robert W. Leyba, has been nominated to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD for the Class of 2017. Leyba is currently attending Cinco Ranch High School in Katy, TX. Philip Miles Mallinger, son of John and Kelly Mallinger, has been nominated to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD for the Class of 2017. Mallinger is currently attending Seven Lakes High School in Katy. Brian Patrick Perilla, son of Miguel and Kristine Perilla, has been nominated to the US Military Academy at West Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Perilla is currently attending Pope John XXIII High School in Katy. Maximiliano Brendan Salinas, III, son of Maximilano and Janice Salinas, has been nominated to the US Military Academy at West Point, NY for the Class of 2017 as principal nominee. Salinas is currently attending Seven Lakes High School in Katy. Galveston County Casen Ray Askew, son of James and Angela Newman, has been nominated to the US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO for the Class of 2017. Askew is a graduate of Texas City High School, and is currently attending the Northwestern Preparatory School in California. Austin Matthew Beale, son of David Beale and Tricia Lay, has been nominated to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD and the US Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Beale is currently attending Clear Falls High School in League City. Richard Claburn Bradshaw, son of Walter and Linda Bradshaw, has been nominated to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD for the Class of 2017. Bradshaw is currently attending Friendswood High School. Alexander Luis Scott Bryant, son of Deewitt and Helene Bryant, has been nominated to the US Military Academy at West Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Bryant currently attends Clear Springs High School in League City. Benjamin Broox Clements, son of Brian and Christina Clements, has been nominated to the US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO for the Class of 2017. Clements is a graduate of Friendswood High School, and currently attends the University of Texas at Austin. Abigail Noel Dickson, daughter of Richard and ChristyAnne Dickson, has been nominated to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD, the US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO, and the US Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Dickson is currently attending Dickinson High School. Morgen Robert Hughey, son of Daniel and Kathleen Hughey, has been nominated to the US Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Hughey is currently attending Clear Springs High School in League City. Christopher Edward Jolibois, son of Keith and Kathleen Jolibois, has been nominated to the US Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Jolibois is a 2011 graduate of Friendswood High School, currently attending San Jacinto Community College. Ryan Aleksander Larsen, son of Chris and Wendy Larsen, has been nominated to the US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO for the Class of 2017. Larsen is currently attending Clear Springs High School in League City. Andrew Scott Lyle, son of Steve and April Lyle, has been nominated to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD for the Class of 2017. Lyle is currently attending Clear Creek High School in League City. Ashley Elizabeth Morgan, daughter of Gary and Susan Morgan, has been nominated to the US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO as principal nominee, and to the US Military Academy at West Point, NY and the US Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Morgan is currently attending Friendswood High School. Morgan Lucas Records, son of Russell and Sandra Records, has been nominated to the US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO for the Class of 2017. Records is currently attending Clear Creek High School in League City. Joseph Gregor Taylor, son of Matthew and Michele Taylor, has been nominated to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD and the US Military Academy at West Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Taylor is currently attending Friendswood High School. Brady Allen Wells, son of Dennis and Cindy Wells, has been nominated to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD for the Class of 2017. Wells is currently attending Friendswood High School. Andrew Dalton Woitena, son of Cliff Woitena and DeeAnn Powell, has been nominated to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD as principal nominee. Woitena is a 2012 graduate of Clear Springs High School, and currently attends Texas A&M University at College Station. Matagorda County Sivaatasi Joshua Mathias, son of Timothy and Suzanne Delarosa, has been nominated to the US Military Academy at West Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Mathias is currently attending Mount Vernon high School in Alexandria, Virginia. Victoria County Leo Cornelius Butler, son of Liesa Jo Butler and the late Leo Butler, Sr., has been nominated to the US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO for the Class of 2017. Butler is currently attending Victoria East High School. David Zane Ledbetter, son of Aarron and Grace Ledbetter, has been nominated to the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD and the US Military Academy at West Point, NY for the Class of 2017. Ledbetter is currently attending Victoria West High School.
          Paul panel takes on Fed reform        
Washington, DC – Congressman Ron Paul, Chairman of the Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology Subcommittee, announced today that the subcommittee will hold a hearing on the topic of “The Federal Reserve System: Mend It or End It?” The hearing will examine a number of legislative proposals to reform, replace, or abolish the Federal Reserve System. “More and more people are beginning to understand just how destructive the Federal Reserve's monetary policy has been,” said Chairman Paul. “I hope that this hearing will kickstart a serious discussion on the need to rein in the Fed. 100 years is far too long for Congress to have taken a hands-off approach,” Paul continued. “The Fed continues to reward Wall Street banks while destroying the dollar’s purchasing power and driving up the cost of living for average Americans. This reckless behavior must come to an end” The hearing will be held on Tuesday, May 8th, at 10:00 a.m. in room 2128 of the Rayburn House Office Building. Witnesses to include: Panel I · Representative Kevin Brady (R-TX) · Representative Barney Frank (D-MA) Panel II · Dr. Jeffrey M. Herbener, Chairman, Economics Department, Grove City College · Dr. Peter G. Klein, Associate Professor, Applied Social Sciences and Director, McQuinn Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, University of Missouri · Dr. John B. Taylor, Mary and Robert Raymond Professor of Economics, Stanford University and George P. Schultz Senior Fellow in Economics, Hoover Institution · Dr. Alice Rivlin, Senior Fellow, Economic Studies, Brookings Institution, and former Vice Chair, Federal Reserve Board of Governors · Dr. James K. Galbraith, Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin
          Ron Paul is looking tan & rested        
In a recent appearance on CNN with Anderson Cooper, I couldn't help but notice the congressman for the Fightin' 14th District (Brazosport & environs) is looking quite dapper, which is to say, better groomed than I remember, as well as healthier, more vital-looking and less harried.

What is going on? The guy is tan. No more Mr. Pasty Face.

In the embedded clip, he tells Mr. Cooper we are living in revolutionary times, that Keynesianism is in its death throes and that everyone is fed up with Washington.

On that last point, I do believe he's right. Point No. 1 and No. 2, I don't know.

But he's tan and has what appears to be a new suit. I would say that means he's fo' sho' running for President. What say you?


          Pissin' in the wind        
We received a missive today from Rachel Mills, press secretary to our congressman Ron Paul, which reads:


Washington D.C. (July 23, 2010) – The House of Representatives is expected to act next week on a privileged resolution introduced last night by Congressmen Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) and Ron Paul (R-TX).  The resolution directs the President, pursuant to section 5(c) of the War Powers Resolution, to remove the United States Armed Forces from Pakistan.

“We have known that U.S. forces have been operating in secret inside the territories of Pakistan without Congressional approval. We recently learned from an article in the Wall Street Journal titled, ‘U.S. Forces Step Up Pakistan Presence’ that the United States is engaged in a covert strategy to increase our troops’ role there incrementally, with the goal of convincing Pakistan to be more accepting of our presence. This is a violation of the 1973 War Powers Resolution and it is our Constitutional responsibility as Members of Congress to act,” said Kucinich.

“The US military has significantly increased its activity in Pakistan – both in troop presence and Predator attacks – at a time when there are, according to the CIA, very few al-Qaeda members in that country. This increasing US military activity in Pakistan has little to do with protecting the United States and in fact is creating more enemies than it is defeating. The administration, like its predecessor, is misusing language in the original post-9/11 resolution to prosecute a wider regional war and Congress is sitting quietly on the sidelines. This must stop,” said Paul.

The introduction of H. Con. Res. 301 follows a promise last December to introduce bills to remove the U.S. forces from both Afghanistan and Pakistan. In March of this year, the House of Representatives debated H. Con. Res. 248, Kucinich’s resolution to debate and vote on whether to continue the war in Afghanistan.

Carry on.
          TexMessage: News Quiz: University attack, legal tax evasion, campaign comrades and Ron Paul’s most recent success        
How closely did you follow the events this weekend? Take our news quiz and find out (answers on the bottom of the TexMessage).
          La gimnasia artistica a nivel olimpico en la URSS y Rusia        


La gimnasia es el mas antiguo deporte con presencia olimpica, junto con el atletismo, la esgrima y la natacion, dada su presencia en esta competencia desde la celebracion de los primeros Juegos Olimpicos modernos, realizados en 1896 en Atenas. Pero sus vinculos con esta competencia se extienden tambien a los Juegos Olimpicos de la Antigua Grecia, de los cuales formo parte en sus 12 largos siglos de existencia, entre el 776 antes de Cristo y el 392 de nuestra era.


Algunos quieren ver la historia de la gimnasia incluso con vinculos con el Antiguo Egipto (imagenes superiores) a objeto de darle una continuidad historica milenaria que se extiende hasta el presente viendose solo opacada por el ocaso que vivio en epoca medieval de la cual escapo gracias al renovado interes hacia la Grecia clasica propio del Renacimiento de modo que a partir del siglo XVI iniciaria un lento despertar que comenzo a tomar forma mas concreta en el siglo XIX y que ha permitido que en la actualidad la gimnasia abarque, segun su federacion internacional, la mas antigua federacion deportiva en ejercicio, un total de 7 variedades, de las cuales 3* disciplinas forman parte de los Juegos Olimpicos: La gimnasia deportiva, la gimnasia artistica y el salto sobre cama elastica o gimnasia de trampolin (imagen siguiente), que debuto como deporte olimpico en Sidney-2000. Todas estas variedades permiten la participacion de hombres y mujeres con excepcion de la gimnasia artistica, la que junto con el nado sincronizado son los unicos deportes olimpicos exclusivos de mujeres**.
*Aqui se usan las denominaciones de la lengua rusa para estas modalidades, las que no coinciden en terminos literales con las denominaciones usadas en muchos otros paises.
**Si bien la gimnasia artistica a nivel olimpico es un deporte exclusivamente femenino a fines del siglo XX una modalidad semejante, pero combinada con acrobacia y artes marciales, comenzo a ser practicada por hombres, sobre todo en Japon, pais donde se celebro su primer campeonato mundial en noviembre de 2003. Pero la disciplina cuenta tambien con una variedad distinta, nacida en Espan-a, donde los hombres emulan la gimnasia artistica de las chicas. Resta agregar que el nado sincronizado permitio desde fines de 2014 la participacion de parejas combinadas, aunque hasta ahora solo en Campeonatos del Mundo.


Entre los mas de 20 deportes, y mas de 40 disciplinas deportivas, que conforman actualmente los Juegos Olimpicos la gimnasia artistica tiene, ademas, la particularidad de ser la unica originaria de Rusia, teniendo su origen directo en 1934 cuando en el Instituto de cultura fisica, Petr Lesgaft de Leningrado se abre la Escuela superior de movimiento artistico en la cual la asignatura principal de formacion de los estudiantes se denominaba precisamente Gimnasia artistica. Sus primeros egresos se producirian a partir de 1938 lo que permitiria la apertura de escuelas de gimnasia artistica en diversas regiones del pais mientras que la primera competencia en la especialidad seria organizada en Leningrado por los profesores y egresados del Instituto de cultura fisica en marzo de 1939 con la participaciones de estudiantes de esa institucion y miembros de sociedades deportivas.

Edificio principal de la actual Universidad estatal nacional de cultura fisica, deporte y salud Petr Lesgaft, considerada como la primera institucion de educacion superior de Rusia en preparar especialistas en el campo del deporte y la cultura fisica. Fundada en 1893 por el propio Lesgaft comenzaria a partir de 1896 su formacion en cultura fisica. Se conformo en 1919 como Instituto estatal de educacion fisica, adquiriendo de manera postuma el nombre de Petr Lesgaft pues el profesor, quien por largo tiempo encontro todo tipo de dificultades de parte del gobierno para su actividad pedagogica por sus criticas contra el establishment de la epoca, habia muerto en 1909.

Pero el desarrollo de la gimnasia en Rusia tambien se puede rastrear en la Rusia zarista, aunque alli no tenia caracter competitivo sino que se la utilizaba para el desarrollo fisico de las personas, incluso en 1881 se abriria una sala para practicarla en tanto que a fines de siglo se comenzaron a dictar cursos para educadores en desarrollo fisico, Lamentablemente, la Revolucion bolchevique no trajo buenas noticias a la gimnasia al ser calificada como un "deporte burgues" aunque pronto volveria a surgir un interes por ella al organizarse en las fabricas grupos de gimnasia exclusivos para mujeres aunque orientados hacia una mayor productividad laboral. Ademas, aparecerian estudios donde se ensen-aba "Baile y gimnasia armonica". La Guerra (1941-1945) en territorio sovietico detuvo temporalmente la evolucion de esta actividad, sin embargo, en 1945 se creo una Seccion de gimnasia artistica* y la actividad seria reconocida oficialmente como deporte al an-o siguiente.
*18 an-os mas tarde esa "Seccion" pasaria a constituirse en Federacion de gimnasia artistica.

En 1947 se llevo a cabo en la ciudad de Tallin, republica sovietica de Estonia, la primera competencia nacional de gimnasia deportiva mientras que en 1948 se realizarian en Tbilisi, republica sovietica de Georgia, las primeras competencias nacionales, con la participacion de 130 deportistas, donde el primer lugar quedo en manos de la egresada del Instituto Lesgaft, de Leningrado, Ariadna Bashnina, de 38 an-os revelando que no era un deporte para jovencitas, como sucede en el dia de hoy. A partir de 1949 comenzarian a realizarse Campeonatos de la URSS de este deporte.

La gimnasia artistica saldria de las fronteras de la URSS en 1955 pero no en terminos competitivos sino que solo de exhibicion con el fin de dar a conocer esta nueva modalidad deportiva.

El exito de su expansion internacional permitiria la realizacion del primer torneo internacional oficial en 1960, en Bulgaria en tanto que en 1963 se llevo a cabo en Hungria la I Copa de Europa con participacion de 10 paises. Sin embargo, la Federacion Internacional de Gimnasia rebautizaria al an-o siguiente esta competencia, considerandola el I Campeonato del Mundo de gimnasia artistica luego de constatarse que habian tomado parte no solo paises de Europa en la competencia.


El primer Campeonato de Europa se realizaria recien en 1978, en Espan-a, quedando el oro en manos de la 4 veces campeona de la URSS y campeona del mundo, Galima Shugurova (imagen superior).


La gimnasia artistica seria reconocido como deporte olimpico en un congreso realizado por el Comite Olimpico Internacional en 1980, luego de finalizadas las XXII Olimpiadas realizadas en Moscu, Su estreno se llevo a cabo en Los Angeles 1984, aunque no de modo cabal dada la ausencia de las potencias de la epoca en gimnasia artistica, accion que fue una respuesta al boicot de los paises de Occidente a las Olimpiadas de 1980. Por ello habria que esperar hasta Seul-1988 para su debut en pleno.

Si bien los Juegos Olimpicos de verano, de Seul 1988 se vieron nuevamente afectados por el boicot de diversos paises entre ellos no se contaban las potencias mundiales de la gimnasia. La URSS, que no habia asistido a Los Angeles-1984, vivia la Perestroyka, que se considera iniciada en 1985, por lo que no se sumo a una serie de paises que no asistieron por solidaridad con Corea del Norte, que exigia realizar los Juegos en ambas Coreas. 
Estas Olimpiadas serian las ultimas con participacion de la URSS y de Alemania oriental, naciones que ocuparon en 1988 la 1era y 2da posicion, respectivamente, en el medallero general.

En el curso de la existencia de las competencias de gimnasia artistica un estrecho grupo de paises ha ocupado las posiciones lideres en el desarrollo de este deporte. Asi, en el periodo 1960-1991 la lucha por las medallas de oro se dirimia entre la URSS y Bulgaria, con predominio de esta segunda nacion, mientras que las representantes de otros paises aspiraban solo a medallas de platas aisladas o, con mucho mas frecuencia, a una medalla de bronce. El cuadro se modificaria radicalmente con la desintegracion de la URSS, a partir de 1991, dado el surgimiento de nuevos paises independientes. Por ello, el inicio de los ´90 se puede considerar, simultaneamente, tanto como el de la ruptura de las escuelas sovietica y bulgara como el del florecimiento de la gimanasia artistica de Ucrania. Sin embargo, la gimnasia artistica rusa renaceria con nueva fuerza a inicios del siglo XXI mientras que las deportistas bulgaras tendrian un resurgimiento mucho mas complejo. De todos modos, en este deporte  las cosas no han cambiado de manera relevante pues siguen predominando los paises del Este de Europa, sobre todo las ex republicas sovieticas.


En el caso concreto de las competencias olimpicas, con la exclusion de los juegos de Atlanta de 1996, donde Rusia, tras la disolucion de la URSS, tomo parte por primera vez como equipo independiente y donde la campeona fue la ucraniana Yekaterina Serebryankaya (imagen superior) con el inicio del siglo XXI se produciria una serie imparable de victorias olimpicas de las gimnastas rusas, con Yuliya Barsukova en Sidney-2000, Alina Kabayeva en Atenas-2004*, Yevgeniya Kanayeva en Pekin-2008 y en Londres-2012 y Margarita Mamun en Rio-2016.
*A partir de los Juegos Olimpicos de Atenas la gimnasia artistica se presento completamente con 2 categorias: Competencias en ejercicios individuales y en ejercicios grupales. Aqui solo menciono las campeonas de la competencia individual.
El padre de la ultimo Oro olimpico, Margarita Mamun, es el ciudadano de Bangladesh. Abdulla Al-Mamun, ingeniero naval quien estudio en los ´80 en la URSS donde conocio a Anna, la madre de la campeona. Apenas 2 dias tras el regreso a Rusia de su hija desde Rio, en octubre recien pasado, Abdulla falleceria.


Es remarcable, tambien, que desde 2000 resulten victoriosas en los Juegos Olimpicos solo alumnas de la entrenadora Irina Viner-Usmanova (arriba junto a Mamun).

Una precision necesaria

En el caso particular de la lengua rusa existe una diferencia al hablar de gimnasia artistica, modalidad de la cual trata este articulo, pues lo que se entiende como tal en este idioma Художественная гимнастика (Xudoyestvennaya gimnastika) se expresa en espan-ol, como tambien en otras lenguas, como gimnasia ritmica. Aun mas, esta ultima denominacion, Ритмическая гимнастика (Ritmicheskaya gimnastika), se relaciona en lengua rusa mas bien con la gimnasia aerobica o el fitness, de lo cual ha quedado un testimonio en la decada de 1980, en la tv sovietica cuando comenzo a emitirse a partir del 12 de agosto de 1984* un programa de produccion local llamado precisamente Gimnasia ritmica, inspirado en la gimnasia aerobica de moda en Occidente en la epoca pero que se busco transformar en algo mas comprensible para la epoca buscando, en primer lugar, el consejo de especialistas sovieticos en cultura fisica para elaborar las rutinas y, luego, dando una denominacion al programa que fuera mas comprensible que el intringulis que significaba el concepto de Gimnasia aerobica para la sociedad sovietica.
*https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TM7JzCWIQ0I

El programa llamaria la atencion de los espectadores de la epoca, junto con provocar la ira de los mas adultos, porque por primera vez se exhibian en las pantallas de television de la conservadora sociedad sovietica cuerpos femeninos mas desvestidos y en poses que, en ocasiones, resultaban mas que sugerentes cautivando a las audiencias masculinas. El programa saldria al aire poco meses antes del inicio de la Perestroyka y culminaria en septiembre de 1990, cerca de un an-o antes de la desintegracion de la URSS.

Pero mas alla del programa televisivo y a diferencia, reitero, de la comprension occidental el concepto de gimnasia ritmica se entiende en terminos mas formales en Rusia como una modalidad de educacion ritmica y musical creada por el compositor y pedagogo Emile Jaques-Dalcroze (Viena, 1865-Ginebra, 1950) a la que se le denominaria Sistema de gimnasia ritmica y que asocia el aprendizaje de la musica con el despliegue de determinados movimientos corporales.

Los cursos de gimnasia ritmica de Dalkroze (imagen superior) se expandieron paulatinamente por Europa llegando a suelo ruso gracias al principe Sergey Volkinski quien habia conocido a Dalcroze en 1909. Seducido por sus ideas Volkinski comenzo a dar conferencias en establecimientos educacionales de teatro y musica como tambien en diversos circulos y sociedades lo que llevo a la apertura de cursos de gimnasia ritmica no solo en San Petersburgo, la entonces capital, sino tambien en Moscu, Saratov, Riga y Kiev. Los cursos se realizaban en diversos establecimientos educacionales, de musica, teatro e incluso de medicina. Su metolodogia, conocida hoy como Metodo o Eurritmica de Dalcroze se mantiene hasta la actualidad y constituye de los mas conocidos y populares metodos de educacion musical junto con otros como el metodo Karl Orff de Alemania o el metodo Suzuki de Japon.

Definicion de gimnasia artistica

Reiterando que aqui me refiero a lo que se comprende en muchos paises fuera de Rusia como gimnasia ritmica, la definicion es la siguiente:

Es una variedad de la gimnasia deportiva en la que se ejecutan, sobre una superficie de 13x13 metros y con acompan-amiento musical, diversos ejercicios de gimnasia y de baile con y sin aparatos (Предмет, predmet en ruso), siendo estos ultimos el aro, el balon, la cinta, la cuerda y las clavas aunque en el ultimo tiempo las competencias de nivel mundial ya no contemplan competiciones sin elementos. Por otra parte, cada 2 an-os se va dejando uno de los aparatos fuera por ese mismo periodo de tiempo lo que ha dejado fuera de las competencias a la cuerda en 2015 y 2016.
*Pueden observar diversas intervenciones del equipo olimpico ruso en Londres-2012 en el siguiente link: https://vk.com/video-37612350_163834678 


Elementos

Los elementos de la gimnasia artistica quedarian establecidos y reglamentados en la decada de 1960. Si bien hubo intentos por utilizarlos tambien en lo que en Rusia se entiende como gimnasia deportiva (la gimnasia artistica del resto del mundo) pronto quedarian descartados porque la gracia y sutileza de los movimientos que requiere no se condecia con la filosofia de la gimnasia deportiva, que requiere una figura fisica un tanto mas masculina. Luego, en 1971 se establecio que no se podia competir en gimnasia artistica sin el uso de elementos.


Las clavas, o mazas, son 2 elementos (Булавы, bulavy en ruso) de 40-50 cm* de largo que en su extremo mas delgado tiene una forma redondeada. Se confeccionan de madera o plastico. Cada clava pesa no menos de 150 gramos. Su dificultad en relacion a los otros aparatos esta dada por ser un par de ellos y no uno como los demas. Ademas, mas que cualquier otro elemento implica un riesgo de golpes o incluso de cortes dada la altura a la cual son arrojadas hacia arriba por las gimnastas, especialmente en las pruebas por equipos.
*Todas las dimensiones referidas a los elementos de la gimnasia artistica tienen relacion en estos parrafos con categoria senior pues en categoria junior se usan dimensiones y pesos inferiores.

La cinta (Лента, lenta en ruso) se confecciona de raso o un material similar y tiene una extension  de 7 metros. Va unida a una vara cilindrica de 50-60 cm de largo. Durante la ejecucion el extremo de la cinta debe estar en movimiento todo el tiempo y no debe tocar el suelo de manera involuntaria. Se consideran invalidos los movimientos si se forma un nudo en la cinta, cualquiera sea su magnitud.


El balon (Мяч, myach en ruso) se confecciona de caucho o de algun plastico blando. Su diametro es de 18-20 cm y su peso no debe ser inferior a los 400 gramos. Es el unico aparato que no se coge con fuerza como los otros sino que solo se sostiene sin presion. No existen restricciones para su color.

El aro (Обруч, óbruch en ruso) se confecciona de madera o plastico. Su diametro interno es de 80-90 cm y su peso no debe ser inferior a los 300 gramos. Se considera un elemento un tanto caprichoso para su control como le sucedio a la gimnasta rusa Alina Kabayeva, favorita para el oro en Sidney-2000, cuando sin realizar un ejercicio complejo dejo escapar el aro de la superficie del tapiz olimpico lo que la rezago a la 9a posicion entre 10 participantes de la competencia dejandola, posteriormente, solo con una medalla de bronce.


La cuerda (Скакалка, skakalka en ruso) se confecciona de can-amo o un material parecido y su extension no tiene una dimension estandar, dependiendo solo de la estatura de cada gimnasta.

Ante solicitud del jurado los aparatos pueden ser revisados tanto antes de que la gimnasta ingrese al tapiz de ejecucion como despues de la realizacion del ejercicio. En caso de no cumplir los estandares requeridos se penaliza la ejecucion (que tiene una evaluacion maxima de 20 puntos) con medio punto.

Evaluacion

El sistema de evaluacion de las gimnastas ha cambiado varias veces para subrayar elementos tecnicos y llevar a un minimo posible la subjetividad de las evaluaciones mientras que en terminos de la escala de puntuacion los cambios han sido practicamente la norma en este siglo. Asi, hasta 2001 la evaluacion se realizaba con una escala de 10 puntos que se modifico, primero, por una escala de 30 puntos en 2003 y, luego, por una de 20 en 2005. A partir de 2009 se volvio a la escala de 30 puntos pero en 2013 la evaluacion nuevamente se realiza con una escala de 20 puntos.

Edad

En cuanto a la edad para que una nin-a comience su actividad en la gimnasia artistica lo ideal es iniciarse entre 4-6 an-os cuando el aparato locomotor aun no pierde su elasticidad. Sin embargo, existen tambien exclusiones como la 6 veces campeona del mundo Amina Zaripova (imagen siguiente) quien ingreso a la gimnasia artistica a sus 11 an-os.


En relacion a los entrenamientos de gimnastas de corta edad estos se limitan a algunas horas al dia mientras que las de mayor edad practican hasta 14 horas diarias. Como norma, ya a los 14-16 an-os muchas deportistas tienen que despedirse de esta actividad o pasar al ballet deportivo mientras que muy pocas continuan su carrera deportiva hasta los 20-23 an-os siendo excepcional pasar esa barrera de edad.
El italiano Adamasco Cupistu junto a otros colegas realizaria una investigacion sobre lesiones serias de gimnastas considerando un universo de 73 de ellas, de entre 13-19 an-os y pertenecientes a 19 clubes deportivos italianos de gimnasia artistica en un periodo de entrenamiento que se extendio por 8 meses continuos. Como muestra el diagrama superior la mayor parte de las lesiones se producen en las extremidades inferiores, que los autores de la investigacion relacionaron con la gran cantidad de saltos que requiere la practica de la gimnasia artistica. 
Otra investigacion, realizada por Mark Hutchinson con el equipo norteamericano de gimnasia artistica mostro que un 80% de las lesiones fruto de los entrenamientos tenian caracter leve y no influian en el proceso de entrenamiento. 

Competencias

En cuanto a las competencias, en el caso de las gimnastas seniors* toman parte en competencias individuales y grupales.
*En la actualidad, las nacidas en 2001 o en an-os previos para las competencias de 2017 y manteniendo esa diferencia en los an-os siguientes, es decir: 2002/2018, 2003/2019, etc.

El programa individual comprende 4 ejercicios, con aro, balon, cinta y clavas quedando actualmente la cuerda solo para competencias juniors. Cada ejercicio se extiende entre 75-90 segundos.

En las competencias individuales se compite por aparatos separados o por los 4 en conjunto (all-around* individual).
*Многоборье en ruso

En el programa por equipos, donde los ejercicios se extienden entre 2 minutos 15 segundos y 2 minutos 30 segundos, hay 2 tipos de ejercicios, con 1 y con 2 aparatos, en combinaciones que dependen del reglamento y que para el periodo 2017-2024 seran las siguientes:

Ejercicios con un solo aparato: Aro (2017-2018), balon (2019-2020), clavas (2021-2022) y cinta (2023-2024).

Ejercicios con 2 tipos de aparatos, los que en reglamento 2017-2024 se establecieron en un formato denominado ( 5 / 3+2 ) y del modo siguiente: 3 balones+2 cuerdas (2017-2018), 3 aros +2 pares de clavas (2019-2020), 3 aros+2 cintas (2021-2022) y 3 balones+2 pares de clavas (2023-2024).

En la competencia por equipos, el resultado se calcula sumando los resultados con 1 aparato y con 2 aparatos, lo que se denomina all-around por equipos.


En los ejercicios por equipo toman parte 6 gimnastas pero cada ejercicio es ejecutado solo por 5 de ellas, quedando la 6ta en la zona de competicion y pudiendo actuar como reemplazo de una gimnasta en caso de algun incidente.

En las ejecuciones el tiempo se considera desde el inicio del movimiento de la (s) gimnasta (s) hasta la conclusion del mismo por la unica gimnasta en el suelo o la ultima de ellas. Se permite una introduccion musical sin movimiento pero no superior a 4 segundos. La musica que acompan-a la ejecucion debe tener un fin musical, es decir, no se pueden utilizar fragmentos de una composicion o cancion pero si un arreglo. La musica puede considerar el uso de mas de un instrumento y se permite el uso de la voz en una composicion solo si actua como instrumento musical. En el caso de que exista canto con palabras solo se permite usar en 1 ejercicio grupal y en 2 individuales, lo que debe ser informado con antelacion.

Los ejercicios son evaluados por jueces, que en el caso de los Campeonatos del Mundo y los Juegos Olimpicos se dividen en 2 equipos, uno que evaluan la tecnica de ejecucion (E) y otro la dificultad de los ejercicios (D). La dificultad se divide en Dificultad corporal (BD), Combinacion de pasos de baile (S), Elementos dinamicos con giro (R) y Complejidad del aparato (AD).

Aquellos que evaluan dificultad se dividen en 2 sub-grupos, conformado cada uno por 2 jueces: D1 (juez coordinador que realiza los descuentos) y D2 (ambos evaluan BD y S) ademas de D3 y D4 (evaluan R y AD). En tanto, los que evaluan ejecucion se dividen en 2 sub-grupos, E1 y E2, el primero, que evalua errores artisticos, y E3, E4, E5 y E6, el segundo, que evalua errores tecnicos.

Ademas, existen jueces cronometristas (1 o 2) y jueces de linea (2), estos ultimos levantan una banderilla en caso de que la gimnasta o el aparato salgan del perimeto del tapiz.

El nivel de ejecucion y la Dificultad de los ejercicios, cada una de las cuales tiene una evaluacion maxima de 10 por lo que el maximo posible es de 20 puntos por ejercicio. Ademas, los errores cuentan con penalizaciones (Сбавка en ruso), que van de 0,05 hasta 1,00 punto por ejemplo, fallas en la extension de la musica (0,05 puntos por cada segundo, de menos o de mas), mas de 2 ejercicios individuales o 1 grupal con musica con palabras (1 punto), salida del tapiz con el cuerpo o un aparato y tocando el suelo (0,3 puntos). conversar entre gimnastas en las ejecuciones grupales (0,5 puntos), etc.

Las mas importantes competencias de la gimnasia artistica son los Juegos Olimpicos, los Campeonatos del mundo, los Campeonatos de Europa, la Copa del Mundo y la serie Grand-Prix.

El Campeonato del mundo se realizaria por primera vez en Budapest, Hungria en 1963, donde la triunfadora fue la sovietica Людмила Савинкова (Lyudmila Savinkova. Imagen siguiente). En tanto, que la primera competencia por equipos, establecida en el campeonato de 1967 en Copenhague, Dinamarca quedaria tambien en manos sovieticas.


En nuestros dias los campeonatos del mundo en gimnasia artistica se realizan anualmente, una condicion que tiene lugar desde 1992. Antes, los campeonatos del mundo se realizaban en an-os impares, es decir, cada 2 an-os (desde 1963 hasta 1991, inclusive)

Hasta 2015, inclusive, el medallero por paises en Campeonatos del mundo es el siguiente:


En el listado anterior debe considerarse que en 1975 las naciones de Alemania oriental, Bulgaria, Checoslovaquia y la URSS no asistieron al Campeonato realizado en Espan-a lo que, sin duda, hubiera incrementado aun mas el numero de medallas de estos paises.

Los Campeonatos de Europa comenzaron a desarrollarse a partir de 1978 realizandose en an-os pares hasta 1986 y luego de manera anual. Los campeonatos incluyen desde 1993 un campeonato junior, el cual se comenzo a realizar desde 1987, aunque entonces era un campeonato separado de la competicion adulta. El medallero para el campeonato adulto, considerando la ultima competicion realizada en Holon, Israel, en junio de 2016 es el siguiente:


La Copa del Mundo es una competencia a la que se asiste por invitacion de la Federacion internacional de gimnasia. Comenzo a realizarse a partir de 1975 reuniendo a los mejores gimnastas del mundo en un evento unico aunque no realizado de forma regular. A partir de 1999 paso a constituirse en una serie de competiciones anuales donde, sin embargo, la final se disputaba cada 2 an-os, lo que concluyo en 2009 cuando la final comenzo a realizarse de manera anual pero considerando no un evento unico sino que la suma de puntos del ranking que se iba elaborando anualmente con los resultados de las competencias. Hasta 2008 el listado de medallas obtenidos en la Final de la Copa del Mundo fue el siguiente:


En tanto, la serie Grand Prix es una serie de torneos, que concluye con un evento final, y que esta abierta a todos los gimnastas del mundo realizandose anualmente desde 1994. El listado global de medallas por paises es el siguiente:


En termino de los Juegos Olimpicos, tras 9 de ellos han tomado parte en las competencias de gimnasia artistica un total de 582 deportistas, agrupados en 48 paises, 13 de los cuales han logrado alguna medalla.

Pictograma olimpico de la gimnasia artistica

Del total de 45 medallas que han sido entregadas, 15 de oro, 15 de plata y 15 de bronce, el dominio es realmente abrumador para los rusos, con un total de 10 oros dejando en segundo lugar a un total de 5 naciones, que cuentan cada uno con 1 oro: Espan-a y Canada ademas de la URSS, Ucrania y la CEI, sucesor de la Union Sovietica y que solo tomo parte en una unica Olimpiada, las de Barcelona-1992.

A pesar del dominio ruso la primera medalla de oro olimpica de la gimnasia artistica seria para una gimnasta de nivel menor, la canadiense Lori Fung quien obtuvo el oro en Los Angeles 1984 debido a la ausencia de las potencias de la gimnasia mundial, todas del bloque socialista y que respondieron asi al boicot de paises occidentales  a las Olimpiadas de 1980, en Moscu. Antes de competir en Los Angeles Fung ocupaba la 23a posicion en el ranking mundial y alcanzaria un modesto 9° lugar en el Campeonato mundial de gimnasia del an-o siguiente, el que conto con asistencia completa.

A pesar de su nivel intermedio a nivel mundial Fung (imagen superior) tuvo ocasion de derrotar en Los Angeles a la favorita, la rumana Doina Staiculescu con la cual, a proposito, entrenaba. Los meritos de la joven canadiense tampoco pueden mirarse con justicia sin mencionar que su entrenadora era la bulgara Liliana Dimitrova, nacion lider de la gimnasia en la epoca. Fung intentaria tomar parte en las siguientes Olimpiadas de 1988 pero problemas de salud no solo impidieron su postulacion sino que forzaron su retiro de la gimnasia.

En terminos de la competencia all-around individual los resultados por cada Juego Olimpico, desde 1984, han sido los siguientes:


Cabe destacar que la mencion de Unified Team (Equipo unificado) de la tabla superior se refiere a 12 de las 15 ex republicas que conformaron la Union Sovietica y que son equivalentes a la URSS menos las republicas balticas (Estonia, Letonia y Lituania). El equipo unificado, una especie de sucesor de la URSS, competiria solo en las Olimpiadas de 1992, donde obtuvieron el 1er lugar dejando atras a los Estados Unidos, en 2do lugar y a Alemania (ya unificada), en 3er lugar.

La tabla del All-around individual permite apreciar el dominio abrumador de Rusia y de las naciones vinculadas con ella, tanto historicamente como geograficamente y culturalmente, en este deporte dejando como meramente anecdotico el resultado de 1984, ante la ausencia por razones politicas de las naciones del bloque sovietico.

En cuanto al All-around por equipos, que se realiza desde 1996, los resultados olimpicos han sido los siguientes:


El mas "modesto" 3er lugar de las rusas en 1996 es, sin duda, producto de la profunda crisis que vivio el pais tras la desintegracion de la URSS lo que marco la decada de 1990 en todo el ex territorio sovietico dejando un legado de desintegracion social y economica muy grande.

Competencia Olimpica

De acuerdo a los ultimos Juegos Olimpicos, de Rio-2016 la competencia en gimnasia artistica se organizo del siguiente modo:

Como torneo eliminatorio para acceder a los Juegos Olimpicos se considero el Campeonato Mundial de 2015, en Alemania. Una instancia de calificacion adicional lo fueron competencias de pruebas en las Olimpiadas que permitian agregar 3 agrupaciones para la competencias por equipos ademas de 6 deportistas individuales.

Para Rio-2016 el Comite Olimpico Internacional considero un cupo de 96 deportistas de distintos paises permitiendose que cada nacion aportara con un maximo de 7 representantes, de los cuales 5 tomarian parte en la competencia de equipos y 2 en las individuales. La seleccion debia considerar un criterio olimpico, donde todos los continentes deben estar representados ademas del pais organizador, en este caso Brasil, al que se le garantizo un cupo en la competencia por equipos y otro en la competencia individual.

A pesar de las cifras anteriores tan solo 2 paises pudieron aportar con 7 participantes: Bielorrusia y Rusia. De los restantes paises, 12 de ellos enviaron 6 participantes: Alemania, Brasil, Bulgaria, China, Espan-a, Estados Unidos, Grecia, Israel, Italia, Japon, Ucrania y Uzbekistan.

El resto envio 1 participante por cada uno, competidoras que tomaron parte en el all-around individual: Australia, Austria, Cabo Verde, Corea del Sur, Finlandia, Francia, Georgia, Kazaxstan y Rumania.

Las competencias de gimnasia artistica se extendieron por 3 dias:

19 agosto: Clasificacion individual, donde cada gimnasta realizo 4 ejercicios (1 por cada aparato).

20 agosto: Clasificacion para el all-around por equipos: Primeros 8 equipos pasaron a la Final, clasificando: Espan-a, Rusia, Bielorrusia, Italia, Japon, Israel, Bulgaria y Ucrania.
                  Final del all-around individual.

Las ganadoras del all-around individual, de izquierda a derecha: Yana Kudriatseva (Rusia, plata). Margarita Mamun (Rusia, oro), Ganna Rizatdinova (Ucrania, bronce)

21 agosto: Final por equipos, partiendo de cero (Medallas: Rusia el oro, Espan-a con plata y Bulgaria con el bronce)

El equipo ruso triunfador del all-around por equipos en Rio

Destacadas gimnastas artisticas rusas

Alina Kabayeva 

Nacio en mayo de 1983 en la ciudad de Tashkent, hoy capital de Uzbekistan, en la familia de Marat Kabaev, entonces futbolista y hoy entrenador y una basquetbolista de la seleccion nacional de la Republica socialista sovietica de Uzbekistan, quien deseaba que su hija se dedicara al patinaje artistico pero ante la ausencia de establecimientos especializados en este deporte, en la ciudad donde residian la eleccion fue por la practica de la gimnasia artistica, que su hija comenzo a practicar desde los 3 an-os y medio.


"Como mi papa estaba todo el tiempo fuera de casa nuestra educacion fue tarea de mi mama. Por supuesto a veces ella era estricta y podia regan-ar o castigar por algo y yo se como esto me ayudo en mi futuro, cuando tuve mas edad. Estoy agradecida con ella por su disciplina y los principios que inculco en nuestra educacion. Lo que logre en el deporte y en la vida, ante todo, es merito suyo".


A sus 12 an-os Alina se traslado con su familia a Moscu, donde comenzo a entrenar con Irina Viner que le impuso como primera tarea bajar de peso dado que su figura estaba lejos de las formas requeridas para la gimnasia artistica, de hecho la bautizaron "televisor con patas". Kabayeva, sin embargo, no se resistio: "Era una epoca tan incierta que no sabia si continuaria practicando gimnasia. Mucho dependia de la opinion de los entrenadores con los cuales tenia que discutirse esta cuestion mas adelante. La afamada y perspicaz Irina Aleksandrovna Viner, guru de la gimnasia artistica, supo ver en mi, cualidades para el deporte competitivo asi que nos quedamos en Moscu".

Despues de 1 an-o Kabayeva comenzo a competir por el equipo ruso y a sus 15 an-os conquisto el Campeonato de Europa y a los 16, el Campeonato del Mundo.

En 1998 gano el Campeonato de Europa y luego otras 4 veces se transformo en campeona absoluta del mundo. A los 17 an-os Kabayeva tenia por delante la conquista de la cumbre mas alta, en los Juegos Olimpicos de Sidney 2000, donde nadie dudaba que obtendria el oro, sin embargo, durante su participacion el aro escapo caprichosamente de sus manos y se alejo rodando fuera de la pista de competicion por lo cual solo alcanzo el 3er lugar.

Al an-o siguiente, la gimnasta viviria otro infortunio cuando en 2001 se vio involucrada en un escandalo por dopping. Entonces fue considerada culpable junto a Irina Chashchina de utilizar furosemida, que por si sola no constituye dopping pero se usa en medicina deportiva para eliminar sustancias prohibidas debido a lo cual es equivalente a una sustancia prohibida y se prohibe su uso. Por ello fueron desprovista de sus medallas y descalificadas por 2 an-os.

Durante esa epoca ajena a las competencias Kabayeva se dedico a los medios, tomando parte en una transmision semanal llamada Империя спорта (El imperio del deporte) en el canal 7 TB, participo en el film artistico japones Sombra roja y ademas en el videoclip de una cancion del grupo Игра слов (Juego de palabras), que llevaba su nombre:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmiJaZT2IyE

En el primer an-o de castigo Alina ni siquiera podia tomar parte en competiciones lo que si se le permitio a partir del an-o siguiente. 

El regreso triunfal de ambas deportista se produjo en 2004, cuando en las Olimpiadas de Atenas Kabayeva logro el anhelado oro mientras que Chashchina conquisto la plata. Es interesante destacar que antes de los Juegos, Alina dejo el Islam y se bautizo como cristiana.

Cuando corrian rumores de que participaria en Pekin-2008 un an-o antes Kabayeva informo de su retiro del deporte, el mismo an-o en que recibio el titulo de gerente deportivo tras estudios realizados a distancia en la Universidad estatal de Moscu en tanto que en 2009 se recibio de cultura fisica en la Universidad de cultura fisica de San Petersburgo, Petr Lesgaft.

Al igual que Chashchina, tras el fin de su carrera deportiva, decidio participar en politica aunque a diferencia de la primera aun continua ejerciendo esta actividad. En 2006 se hizo miembro de la Comision en temas de desarrollo de beneficencia, caridad y voluntariado de la Camara civica de Rusia. En la actualidad, Alina en calidad de diputada de la Duma del Estado y miembro del partido Rusia Unida intenta influir en temas del deporte y de politica juvenil. Ademas de su trabajo en la Duma esta ocupada en la preparacion y realizacion del festival anual Alina, cuya meta es atraer al deporte una nueva generacion de futuras campeonas. Considera su tarea no solo la popularizacion de un estilo de vida saludable y activo entre los nin-os sino tambien el cuidado de los veteranos del deporte y de los campeones olimpicos de an-os previos.

Alina siempre ha evitado referirse a los incontables rumores sobre su vida personal, sobre la que se sabe muy poco pero ha insistido en negar alusiones sobre algun embarazo o hijos fuera del matrimonio.

"No soy una mojigata pero no me gusta cuando se habla de mi vida personal abiertamente, como un producto a la venta. Estoy segura que cada persona debe contar con algo suyo, un espacio sagrado. Ese es el caso de mi vida personal, que es algo nada mas que de mi propio interes".


Y la verdad es que los rumores que corren sobre su vida personal no son algo trivial pues se la vincula con el mismisimo Presidente Putin, que debemos recordar se divorcio an-os atras, hecho del cual se informo publicamente y de manera oficial en marzo de 2014.

Ляйсан Утяшева


Campeona del mundo en equipos, 2 veces campeona de Europa por equipos, multiples veces ganadora de la Copa del mundo, plata en los Juegos mundiales en Akito, Japon, autora de 4 elementos originales en la gimnasia artistica que llevan su nombre (Pirueta en el suelo, parada sobre el pecho, la toma del balon y el llamado elemento Utyasheva) ademas de embajadora internacional del movimiento olimpico en las Olimpiadas de invierno, Sochi-2014 realizadas en Rusia.

Стойка на груди (parada sobre el pecho), una de las 4 posiciones creadas por Utyasheva. 
En el siguiente link pueden observar 3 de las 4 posiciones: En 0:25 se inicia la toma del balon, en 0:54 la pirueta en el suelo y en 1:00 la parada sobre el pecho. 
El elemento Utyasheva pueden observarlo en el siguiente video a partir de 2:54:

Nacio en Bashkiriya y despues de 4 an-os su familia se traslado a Volgograd, ciudad donde precisamente se decidio su destino un dia en que la pequen-a Lyaysan se aburria en una interminable fila de personas frente a una tienda y ella decidio arquear una pierna de puro aburrimiento como suelen hacerlo los nin-os. En ese momento, cerca de ella la observaba una entrenadora de gimnasia artistica, Nadezhda Tatyanova quien la invito a integrarse a esta especialidad. La madre de la nin-a, sin embargo, en un principio se oponia a esta actividad, especialmente por las condiciones espartanas de la sala del gimnasio donde su hija debia entrenarse por largas horas.


"Ahora muchas gimnastas se entrenan en condiciones de elite, de lo cual es responsable sobre todo Irina Viner, una mujer rica pero que no gasta dinero en si misma sino que lo entrega a la gimnasia. Construyo un enorme centro, esta construyendo otro mas, levanto el interes por la gimnasia artistica en toda Rusia", afirmo en una entrevista Lyaysan.

Irina Viner vio a Utyasheva compitiendo cuando tenia solo 11 an-os. Segun Lyaysan, a Viner le gustaron sus piernas y sus ojos bizcos.

En 1997, cuando contaba con 12 an-os, Lyaysan se traslado a vivir a Moscu integrandose al equipo de Rusia de gimnasia artistica. Utyasheva gano innumerables competencias pero sin lograr ninguna medalla olimpica. Segun Viner, todo podria haber sido distinto si su madre hubiese acordado que la chica comenzara a entrenarse con antelacion en vez de oponerse casi todo el tiempo.

Segun la gimnasta para entrenar con Irina Viner no bastan con el talento y la disciplina sino que se requiere un caracter fuerte y mucha tenacidad cualidades que considera que poseia y que la transformaron en una de las favoritas de la entrenadora.

"Una vez ella me levanto la mano y yo le respondi con fuerza d
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          July 2011 Nursing Board Exam Passers (Letter T)        
July 2011 Nursing Board Exam Passers (Letter T):

33510 TA-A, LUT KRYSTEL CATRIZ
33511 TA-AN, SHEENA JANE EDEROSAS
33512 TA-ASAN, IRIS-JOY MANITAS
33513 TAACA, RACHEL MAY STA CRUZ
33514 TAAL, JOEL MARTIN NOTARIO
33515 TAALA, RIGI CARL REYES
33516 TAALAL, FEBRIZA AMMAD
33517 TAASIN, MAUREEN FATIMA RAGUINDIN
33518 TAAY, RONA LEE FERNANDEZ
33519 TABABA, ARLYN LANGIT
33520 TABACULDE, PROSER FAITH NERI
33521 TABADA, JUDY ANN HUERTAS
33522 TABAG, RESTY HOMER TELAN
33523 TABAGAN, REGINE MAGDASOC
33524 TABAGO, JHOANNA JOY PATCHICO
33525 TABAGO, JUN RHEA TAMANI
33526 TABAGO, NICOLE ANGELO MENDOZA
33527 TABAL, HANNAH JANE TALO
33528 TABALNO, ELIZABETH SIMON
33529 TABAMO, JEZZINI ANTIQUINA
33530 TABAN, HEHERSON MARILAO
33531 TABAN-UD, SHEENAH SHAYNE BANLASAN
33532 TABANAO, AIANNE ED TAMSE
33533 TABANAO, RICHEL MAE TABAN-UD
33534 TABANCE, MARITES LAURICO
33535 TABANGANAY, FERLY ANN VIERNES
33536 TABANGAY, KASHMERE SANTIAGO
33537 TABANGCURA, CHARLOTTE PIMENTEL
33538 TABANIAG, LANIE-VI LAMPITOC
33539 TABANIAG, MARICON KRISTIA IBE
33540 TABAO, PERLY JANE BALUBAL
33541 TABAQUERO, ART KHRAMER ISAD
33542 TABAQUERO, KENNETH JOHN CALIGAGAN
33543 TABAQUERO, MONICA DE GUZMAN
33544 TABAR, JULIUS CAEZAR GONZALES
33545 TABARA, BEVERLY GOYALA
33546 TABARANZA, DINALYN DESCALLAR
33547 TABAREJO, KAZZANDRA CABUNTOCAN
33548 TABAREJOS, MARINEL RABE
33549 TABARES, ILMER BONO
33550 TABARES, JEAN INGRID POBLETE


Roll of Successful Examinees in the
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on JULY 2 & 3, 2011
Released on AUGUST 19, 2011 Page:673 of 752


Seq. No. N a m e

33551 TABARES, REEVE LLANERA
33552 TABAS, ARMILYNE SALVADOR
33553 TABAS, JOLLYVAN SANTOS
33554 TABASA, VOLTAIREVIRGO TIANGSON
33555 TABASIN, VINCENT MORENO
33556 TABAYAG, JIONELYN LIBUT
33557 TABAYOYONG, CICELY ANN MADUMI
33558 TABAÑAG, JOHANNA ABELLANA
33559 TABAÑAG, TRIXIE TANYA ROSITO
33560 TABBU, JEANELYN BATACAN
33561 TABELIN, GRACE DE GUZMAN
33562 TABERDO, ROMEO FRANCO CAPILI
33563 TABI, ANDREAN MARIE PAGULAYAN
33564 TABIA, GIDEON LUNA
33565 TABIAN, CAMILE LINSANGAN
33566 TABIANO, RHEA MAUREEN BALAOY
33567 TABIEN, ARVIN ANTHONY ULIP
33568 TABIGNE, ASHLEY KIM UY
33569 TABIGUE, JINCKY LUMAAD
33570 TABIGUE, JOHN EHMER MALAPIT
33571 TABIGUE, JOHNNY LUMA-AD
33572 TABIGUE, PAULA ERIKA MALAPIT
33573 TABILANGON, JAZELLE JOY GARCIA
33574 TABILIN, VILSY ROSE ALCARAZ
33575 TABILIRAN, AUBREY YBANEZ
33576 TABILIRAN, MARIA JESUSA LUMBATAN
33577 TABIN, ANDRAE MACABIOG
33578 TABIN, MARGINONA AGLIPAY
33579 TABINAS, BEMA JEAN FERNANDEZ
33580 TABINGO, LANI GRANADA
33581 TABIOS, KEITHLEEN ASPA
33582 TABIOS, MARICEL TACAZON
33583 TABIOS, ROGELIO JR PASCUA
33584 TABIOSA, PHILLINE GRACE ALOJADO
33585 TABIRAO, ANTONIO GABRIEL JR TEJADA
33586 TABIRAO, CARLOS ANTONIO TEJADA
33587 TABIRAO, MITCHELL TATEL
33588 TABIRARA, NICOLO PAULO LABOG
33589 TABIRARA, ROZELLE CHAN
33590 TABISAURA, JASON ALCABEDOS
33591 TABISAURA, MARISSA PEREZ
33592 TABISAURA, MIKAEL JONATHAN ROMEO
33593 TABITA, ALDEE KAY RAMEL
33594 TABLAC, PRINCES JOY BERONILLA
33595 TABLADA, JOANA NOVILLA
33596 TABLAN, JAMES JR SAMONTE
33597 TABLAO, JOANNE LOU QUIDLAT
33598 TABLATE, DHANNA LYN JOYCE GONZALES
33599 TABLATE, SHERWIN JOHN TEJADA
33600 TABLAZON, RHOMEL PARREÑAS


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33601 TABLIGAN, JEAN CLAIRE LANZA
33602 TABLIGAN, MARC RAZAL
33603 TABLIZO, JAN IZA CHANLIONGCO
33604 TABLIZO, MARK DAVID MENDIOLA
33605 TABLIZO, MARY RODINE DE LAZA
33606 TABLIZO, PHOEBE GRACE MENDIOLA
33607 TABLIZO, ZLITO TABUZO
33608 TABON, CHERRY LOU REYES
33609 TABONES, ABIGAIL JOY CORNEJO
33610 TABONES, MAY ANTONETTE MARTINEZ
33611 TABOR, AILENE YANTO
33612 TABOR, ANGEL MARIE PATNUGOT
33613 TABOR, GEORGINA TAMAYO
33614 TABOR, HANNAH ABIGAIL LAMPAYA
33615 TABOR, VIRGINIA III TEMPLONUEVO
33616 TABORA, CHARLENE LIGON
33617 TABORA, IRISH BELLE CASTILLO
33618 TABORA, JOANA MARIE TAMUNDONG
33619 TABORA, MARY ANN AGUILA
33620 TABORA, RENIEL CESAR BESA
33621 TABORDA, MYLENE DALUPANG
33622 TABOTABO, RINAVELLE BANQUICIO
33623 TABOY, KRISTINA MONTANO
33624 TABRILLA, JACQUELINE RUMIAS
33625 TABUCANON, ERWIN JOHANN LIBRODO
33626 TABUCAO, MARK ANTHONY AMAZONA
33627 TABUCOL, MARIA RICA ALEXANDRIA AGUIRRE
33628 TABUDLONG, AGNES VALENZONA
33629 TABUENA, BERNADETTE CALIMLIM
33630 TABUENA, EAM NUELLIC REYES
33631 TABUJARA, JANSEN MONTAÑO
33632 TABULA, ALESSANDRA BACUD
33633 TABUR, XYLYN FRIA DEGAWAN
33634 TABUYO, ALVIE ROSE MERGAS
33635 TABUZO, MA JOAN VARGAS
33636 TAC-AN, RACHELLE ORMOC
33637 TACAISAN, ABILITY-ANN GAYOMA
33638 TACAISAN, DESIDERIO JR CABAYA
33639 TACALAN, MARIA LARISSA MALAGUEÑO
33640 TACALDO, JENNISA KINICOT
33641 TACANAY, JONATHAN LUIGI PINEDA
33642 TACANAY, SHEELA MARIE APANAY
33643 TACANG, CLAIRE ANN JULIAN
33644 TACANLOY, EMILOU TADAYA
33645 TACATA, JANELY GULFAN
33646 TACAY, VINAH BALTAZAR
33647 TACAZON, ANGELIQUE MARQUEZ
33648 TACBAS, MAE YVETTE SIAZON
33649 TACCAD, JOMINI EVANGEL MARIE GONZALES
33650 TACCAYAN, JOYANNE MAE GO


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33651 TACCAYAN, STEPHEN GO
33652 TACDOL, JASMIN MOLINA
33653 TACLA, APRIL BENLIRO
33654 TACLAS, MARIA MELODY PEÑARANDA
33655 TACLAWAN, MARIA PAZ MIGUEL
33656 TACLIAD, CLAUDINE BOGNOT
33657 TACLOBOS, STARLENE APELLIDO
33658 TACRAS, DINALYN CASTAÑEDA
33659 TACTAQUIN, JOANNA PARAGAS
33660 TACUBOY, MICHELLE ABALOS
33661 TACUD, JAY LOVELYN
33662 TACUD, JOHN PAUL DE PERALTA
33663 TACULING, JEN-NAN AMPATUAN
33664 TACULOG, RUFELIA DAMASCO
33665 TACUYAN, DANICA PUGAO
33666 TACUYAN, DIVIE ANN ABLAY
33667 TACUYAN, GRETCHEN JUANGA
33668 TACWIGAN, DANUBE BALINGWAY
33669 TAD-Y, ROBIN JOHN SALES
33670 TADAL, JONALYN ABRIAM
33671 TADALAN, CHARO ATOK
33672 TADE, MARY JANE LUIS
33673 TADEA, EDWARD ARIEL MEDALLE
33674 TADEM, MA ELENA TEJADA
33675 TADENA, ANGELI TABUDLO
33676 TADENA, DERICK JOHN FERRER
33677 TADEO, ABIGAEL CEREZO
33678 TADEO, ABIGAIL CABINTA
33679 TADEO, ARNOLD BRYAN PALMA
33680 TADEO, EMERALD OPERAÑA
33681 TADEO, JOSUE DOMINGO
33682 TADEO, JULIAN CHRISTOPHER DACUMOS
33683 TADEO, KIM JONNA AGSANGRE
33684 TADEO, LEIAN MINELA CRUZ
33685 TADEO, LIEZEL VILLEGAS
33686 TADEO, MERCEDES LEA MAE LABRADOR
33687 TADINA, ROSE ANN ASINAS
33688 TADIOS, BON CARLO TAKATA
33689 TADIQUE, CHRISTIAN BARRAMEDA
33690 TADLAS, JOE HANSEN DEL CANO
33691 TADLE, BENICE CARPIO
33692 TADLE, JOANNE MAE BAGASBAS
33693 TADLE, KIAM LI DE GUIA
33694 TADOY, MA ALEXI CASTRO
33695 TADURAN, CHRISTMA LEAÑO
33696 TADURAN, MARY ANGELA TADEO
33697 TADUS, DARYL ANGELO BILLONES
33698 TADY, ANTONIO MANUEL JR JAVELLANA
33699 TAEZA, DIVINE KRYSTINE AJEL
33700 TAFALLA, ARIANNE ROSE MERONIO


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33701 TAFALLA, MYRAFLOR ENGAÑO
33702 TAG, NIKKI PSALMER DIMOL
33703 TAGABAN, ALTEO PERIA
33704 TAGACA, MONA LISA SALVE MALUBAG
33705 TAGACAY, MARRA ELAINE BARTOLOME
33706 TAGADTAD, JAMAICA BING CRISTOBAL
33707 TAGAL, ABIGAIL ABUCAY
33708 TAGAL, VERNA MANLIGUEZ
33709 TAGALA, MA CHATEAU SABADO
33710 TAGALA, NEDILYN SAGARIO
33711 TAGALAG, REYNALYN PEREZ
33712 TAGALOG, BEA KRIZA BANTIGUE
33713 TAGALOG, CHARISSE REINDA TAMAYO
33714 TAGALOG, DINNO BERLIN GEÑOSO
33715 TAGALOG, JILL QUEEN BILOLO
33716 TAGALOG, MA FELQUITA AMIGO
33717 TAGALOG, PAMELA ANNE CALUPAS
33718 TAGALOG, REA SISON
33719 TAGALOGON, NIÑALYN EGENTO
33720 TAGALONGAN, JINKY DIZON
33721 TAGAMI, ANTONETTE LIMOS
33722 TAGANILE, ANALYN ANHAO
33723 TAGANNA, JENNIFER MAGSINO
33724 TAGANOS, CHRISTINE ANN TAGUDAR
33725 TAGAO, ABIGAIL CABACCAN
33726 TAGAO, CRIS GUITANG
33727 TAGARAO, KEVIN CAILE FORTICH
33728 TAGARDA, LYKA BO
33729 TAGARO, ANN KRISELDA MADJUS
33730 TAGATA, REYMOND RIVERA
33731 TAGATAC, ROY SUSA
33732 TAGAVILLA, SHERLENE ALETA
33733 TAGAY, MARY CRISALETH SALUDO
33734 TAGAYLO, LAURENCE YAP
33735 TAGAYON, KERIN BRIONES
33736 TAGAYUNA, EDILBERTO III SALADAGA
33737 TAGBUYAWAN, FARRAH VIEL MONCEDA
33738 TAGELO, CAMYLL JANE GARCIA
33739 TAGHAP, QUEENIE MONTECILLO
33740 TAGLE, DARLENE JESSICA EMPLEO
33741 TAGLE, FELIZ MARIE JARDIOLIN
33742 TAGLE, JAYCEL ESTA
33743 TAGLE, JOSEPH ALVERO
33744 TAGLE, KIM DARRYL OBDIANELA
33745 TAGLE, MARIA CRISTINA ESTOPA
33746 TAGNIPEZ, PRINCESS APPLE CASICAS
33747 TAGO, ANNA LEAH CAPACIO
33748 TAGO, JAMERAH DORA
33749 TAGORDA, KEVIN CLARK GOMEZ
33750 TAGORIO, MA ALLAINE EDMA


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33751 TAGPUNO, MARY ROSE NARVASA
33752 TAGSIP, RONCES JASON AMODIA
33753 TAGUBA, JAY EN CORPUZ
33754 TAGUBA, MELANIE MARTIN
33755 TAGUD, ELLEN MAY DE CHAVEZ
33756 TAGUD, MAYLEN MABANAG
33757 TAGUDAR, JERVINNE KAYE VILLANUEVA
33758 TAGUDAR, KIMBERLY TAGUDAR
33759 TAGUDAR, TWINKLE ANNE BOSE
33760 TAGUDIN, CYREL MACABUHAY
33761 TAGUDIN, KESTER KEE PAGUIBITAN
33762 TAGUDINAY, JENNIFER HERMINADO
33763 TAGUIAD, KATRINA LOU BANGSIL
33764 TAGUIAM, GERYL VILORIA
33765 TAGUIAM, HARLENE CABANADA
33766 TAGUIANG, RICARDO JR ARQUINEZ
33767 TAGUIBAO, DAN MICHAEL DIZON
33768 TAGUICANA, RICHARD ALNAS
33769 TAGUILING, ALAN MIGUEL
33770 TAGUINDODO, MARY ANN BUGNOSEN
33771 TAGUINOD, BONG-BONG AQUINO
33772 TAGUINOD, SABRINA JOIE SEGOVIA
33773 TAGULAO, DARYLL GABRIEL
33774 TAGULAO, MARK JOSEPH RAMIREZ
33775 TAGULAO, NEIL MARK ALCANTARA
33776 TAGULAO, ZALDY JR MATABANG
33777 TAGULINAO, CEFRIAN CAPARROS
33778 TAGUM, ABIGAIL BICHARA
33779 TAGUM, KENNY NIÑO HERMOGENO
33780 TAGUMPAY, LYNDSEY ALFONSO
33781 TAGUPA, AGNES LIGUID
33782 TAGUPA, MONICA FABIAN
33783 TAGUPA, NESABEL ARPON
33784 TAGURA, DANIEL-JOHN YULO
33785 TAHER, NAJEEB BONSALAGAN
33786 TAHIL, FUAD YAHIYA
33787 TAHIL, RASHIMA ABDULHARI
33788 TAHILAN, CZARINA MAE FERNANDEZ
33789 TAHIR, ABDULMIJAR UNSANG
33790 TAHIR, MANSOR MASTURA
33791 TAHIYO, MARICEL DANGA
33792 TAHUD, EDI REZMEL MARBAN
33793 TAI, MIKE DANIEL FABILLAR
33794 TAJA, JOVIMAR JOHN CUNANAN
33795 TAJANLANGIT, JOVEL ALVAREZ
33796 TAJO, BELLA MENDEZ
33797 TAJO, MARY BERNADETTE SALVE
33798 TAJOLOSA, WINCY PALMARES
33799 TAJON, CAMILLE ANNE FRES
33800 TAJON, DESIREE MAE CANILANG


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33801 TAJONERA, MA ELIZABETH IGLESIA
33802 TAKADA, JAMES GO MANALILI
33803 TAKI, AYSHA JENNICA MAY SALI
33804 TAKI, SOFIA JENNIEVES MAE SALI
33805 TAKINAN, GRAIL MARIE KALAW
33806 TALA, ANGELICA BOLINA
33807 TALA, MANILYN FLORES
33808 TALABOC, MARIA ARIANNE LIBATO
33809 TALACAY, TANYA MAE SALVACION
33810 TALACTAC, DONNALYN INFANTE
33811 TALACTAC, ISRAEL RESPUESTO
33812 TALADRO, JANZEL BACUS
33813 TALADUA, KURT RYAN SALUTAN
33814 TALAG, MA ANGELICA DYANNAH GARCIA
33815 TALAGTAG, VERONICA MARIE ANDAYA
33816 TALAGUIT, MARVIE ANNE LOZADA
33817 TALAGUIT, RIZZA ARINES
33818 TALAMAYAN, JESTONI MORRIS ARROYO
33819 TALAMO, JONAS JACO PAZ
33820 TALAMPAS, THEA JOYCE ABES
33821 TALAN, ARIANE JANE MATEO
33822 TALAN, ARPHIE JOHN MATEO
33823 TALAN, PRINCESS NEAH AGUNDAY
33824 TALAN, ROSEMARIE DIA
33825 TALANAY, CHARLOTTE ABAYA
33826 TALANAY, WIHLIS MARLOUE JR CAMTUGAN
33827 TALANGAN, GRACHELLE PATRON
33828 TALANIA, FREDERICK SANTIAGO
33829 TALAOC, JOHN JOSEPH SALIDO
33830 TALAPAS, JOHARRA AINE GUIAMADIN
33831 TALARA, RICHARD ALEGRIA
33832 TALARO, REA MERCADO
33833 TALATALA, CHARMAINE LABAYAN
33834 TALATALA, CRISTINE DIANE LEABRES
33835 TALAVERA, ARIANNE VELASCO
33836 TALAVERA, ARVIN KIERRE MUERE
33837 TALAVERA, DANIEL PAOLO BELUSO
33838 TALAVERA, DESIREE BAIS
33839 TALAVERA, IRENE TAMIO
33840 TALAVERA, LENIE AGANON
33841 TALAVERA, VERNALYN LIOTEREZ
33842 TALAY, ROSARIO AGBAYANI
33843 TALBO, ELIZABETH SORIANO
33844 TALBO, PAUL JAYSON LOPEZ
33845 TALDE, CHEENE MAE VELASCO
33846 TALDE, CHERRY MAE VELASCO
33847 TALENS, CHARIE CADUYAC
33848 TALENS, CHRISTINE ANGELA PANAHON
33849 TALENTO, ALDRINE CARLO CUENCO
33850 TALENTO, HAZEL LOVE SARMIENTO


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33851 TALENTO, RAISSA MARGARET TALENTO
33852 TALEON, ALFA MAE DIAMANTE
33853 TALEON, JHONEN HENNA BULFA
33854 TALHA, MARK DARWIN FLORANTE
33855 TALIB, AL-MUDIR AUSAD
33856 TALIBONG, JOEY JONES CAGALAWAN
33857 TALINGDAN, LAURICE BAYUGA
33858 TALINGTING, BEA BLANCH TE
33859 TALINGTING, VENNESA BEATRIZ DAVID
33860 TALINTING, KRIZA GLORIA
33861 TALION, DHICK FAJARDO
33862 TALIP, ARVIE BROWN PEPITO
33863 TALLA, JENIFFER BACNIS
33864 TALLA, SITTI AIZA SARAH BUENAFE
33865 TALLADOR, MARY KHRISTY JOY LUNASPE
33866 TALLE, EDRIAN JAY PURISIMA
33867 TALLEDO, NAISA KRISTEL TIMBREZA
33868 TALLO, MARY LUCELYN VICTORILLO
33869 TALLOW, ZHEEREIDA PEÑANO
33870 TALON, AIKO JOSELLE BORDEY
33871 TALON, ARON JAY BILOG
33872 TALOSIG, CHERRY LUZ AGBANLOG
33873 TALOSIG, EUNICE HOPE IBONG
33874 TALOSIG, MA CHRISTINA BARASI
33875 TALTALA, KATRINA ODCHEO
33876 TALUSIG, MADEL ESGUERRA
33877 TALUSIG, YAJRA CURA
33878 TALVO, DEZERY JOYCE BLANZA
33879 TALVO, RESTY ROSE DAMASO
33880 TALVY, KELLY JANE FERNANDEZ
33881 TAMACA, STEPHANIE KAY DAGO
33882 TAMAKEN, MARIE FRANCE RINDON
33883 TAMANGAN, YVETTE APIGO
33884 TAMANGEN, TAHIRIH GUIB-AWEN
33885 TAMANU, JENNIFER BALAJADIA
33886 TAMARES, MARIA PATRISHA YVEL
33887 TAMARES, SHEENA KRIS HERNANDEZ
33888 TAMARRA, CLEOPATRA JOY DEIPARINE
33889 TAMAYANG, MOH AR-RAQUIB MALLI
33890 TAMAYAO, CHARLOTTE SORIANO
33891 TAMAYAO, CHARVIELYN SORIANO
33892 TAMAYAO, SARAH JANE CANDA
33893 TAMAYO, APRIL CASTRO
33894 TAMAYO, BERYL JOY CAJIGAL
33895 TAMAYO, CELINA DAWN IBARRA
33896 TAMAYO, EDGAR ERIK GONZALES
33897 TAMAYO, EVANGELINE BACLOR
33898 TAMAYO, GLORELYN RILLERA
33899 TAMAYO, JACKILYN FERRER
33900 TAMAYO, JAMIN BASCO


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33901 TAMAYO, JASMINE TOMELDEN
33902 TAMAYO, JENIL NUÑEZ
33903 TAMAYO, JOSE VICTOR ABAD
33904 TAMAYO, JOZEL BERNIER
33905 TAMAYO, JUAN MIGUEL LAXAMANA
33906 TAMAYO, LAURA MISALANG
33907 TAMAYO, LEILANIE NOLASCO
33908 TAMAYO, LOVIE BACARA
33909 TAMAYO, LYDANE ESCUREL
33910 TAMAYO, MA CRISANTA BALANZA
33911 TAMAYO, MARK ANTHONY ESGUERRA
33912 TAMAYO, MARVIN LENDL RABANILLO
33913 TAMAYO, NOVA JANEFE RAMAS
33914 TAMAYO, PAULINE NACAR
33915 TAMAYO, PHERY LUCERO
33916 TAMAYO, REDEN LAYACAN
33917 TAMAYO, REY MARK VILLACRUEL
33918 TAMAYO, RHONNEY DELA CRUZ
33919 TAMAYO, RIZA UMIPIG
33920 TAMAYO, RUCHELLE JOY PASCUAL
33921 TAMAYO, SARAH JOY RAVALO
33922 TAMAYO, STEFFI RAMOS
33923 TAMAYO, ZENITH MARIE MENDOZA
33924 TAMBANILLO, KRISTINE GRACE VIRREY
33925 TAMBAOAN, JAMAICA LYRA QUIÑO
33926 TAMBIS, CALVIN TIPONES
33927 TAMBIS, MA EDELYN AGUILAR
33928 TAMBO, CHERRY ROSE ASUNCION
33929 TAMBO, JON NIEL LUMANTA
33930 TAMBOBOY, MELDBERTS JEWEL MEDIANA
33931 TAMBOGON, JIDRIX VIPER MONARES
33932 TAMBOLERO, TATIANA TYRENE TRONO
33933 TAMIO, MARIEL KRISTINE NICOLAS
33934 TAMMANG, MERHAINA JAMMANG
33935 TAMO, SHAILA MAE ECHON
33936 TAMON, GOLDEN IBAÑEZ
33937 TAMONAN, KRISTINE JOY TRIÑO
33938 TAMONDON, DIANA ANNE SHIRLEY TIBAYAN
33939 TAMONDONG, JAMIESON DEVIBAR
33940 TAMONDONG, JOANNE DAVID
33941 TAMONDONG, VENUS ANN DORIA
33942 TAMOSA, KARL NARES
33943 TAMPAKAN, MADELYN LINDO
33944 TAMPARONG, JACQUELINE MIRO
33945 TAMPARONG, JOHN LORENZE BARBOSA
33946 TAMPIPI, SHEILA TAGACTAC
33947 TAMPIS, MARIA LOURDES AMADOR
33948 TAMPON, MARIA ELOISA PILAR ROA
33949 TAMPOS, EVERLOVE ARBASA
33950 TAMPOS, LORENZO "OCHUCK" JR MAÑGAO


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33951 TAMPOY, LILY REENAH GARCIA
33952 TAMPUS, QUEENIE ANN MEDIODIA
33953 TAMSE, JESSICA MARIE CAPAO-AN
33954 TAMSE, VIC LOYL ZAMORAS
33955 TAMSI, RICHARD BONGCAC
33956 TAN, ABBY ANJELA DELA CRUZ
33957 TAN, ALEXIS LUZ MARAMION
33958 TAN, ALFEA MONICA ANGELES
33959 TAN, ALVIN MALONZO
33960 TAN, ALVIN ANDRE SINGAYAN
33961 TAN, ALYSSA BELLE MARGARETTE GARCIA
33962 TAN, ANDREA CAMILLE DELA PEÑA
33963 TAN, ANDREI-PHILIPS ARELLANO
33964 TAN, ANGELA MAE DEL ROSARIO
33965 TAN, ANGELINE PANES
33966 TAN, ANNA KARANINA FRANCESCA CANLAS
33967 TAN, ANNE MARGRETTE BERTULFO
33968 TAN, ANNIE JANE MAE LAO
33969 TAN, ARIANNE FRANCISCO
33970 TAN, AUGUSTIA OLIVIA GASPI
33971 TAN, BRILLIANT PETER BENGZON
33972 TAN, CARMELA LUISA OLAGUERA
33973 TAN, CHENNY VERANO
33974 TAN, CHENNY ANN MARBID
33975 TAN, CHERRY LACSON
33976 TAN, CHERRYL JOYCE CABATINGAN
33977 TAN, CIERELY ANN JAMANDRON
33978 TAN, CLINTON ADRIAN RODRIGUEZ
33979 TAN, CORINA LIANE LIM
33980 TAN, CRISTY DELA PEÑA
33981 TAN, DAISY MAY RENDON
33982 TAN, DANIEL ARIEL SANZ
33983 TAN, DANNA JOAN DOMAGSANG
33984 TAN, DESSICA PAGLICAUAN
33985 TAN, DIANA MARGARET BRIGOLA
33986 TAN, DIVINE GRACE RELOTA
33987 TAN, EDCYNDI MALANAO
33988 TAN, EDD SHERWYN LUKE QUERUBIN
33989 TAN, ELEANOR LOURDES CHUA
33990 TAN, ERIKA GRACE NOVAL
33991 TAN, ERLYN MAE PALOMARIA
33992 TAN, ERNESTINE FAYE SY
33993 TAN, ERVAN THIERRY ANG
33994 TAN, FELICE ANGELICA KINTANAR
33995 TAN, FELIX ESTRADA
33996 TAN, FREDERICK FRANCISCO
33997 TAN, FRENA CANASTRA
33998 TAN, GAY DINKA PACULBA
33999 TAN, GERALD JUDE SELUDO
34000 TAN, GLECIE BETH ALQUIZALAS


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34001 TAN, HAZEL LOPEZ
34002 TAN, HENRILYN CORPEZ
34003 TAN, HYACIENTH JANE GATAB
34004 TAN, IRISH FRESCO
34005 TAN, JACKIELYN CHAN
34006 TAN, JAHLEEL GO
34007 TAN, JANE EMELIE JALANDONI
34008 TAN, JANEE ROVILLOS
34009 TAN, JANEZKA KATHLEEN ALOVERA
34010 TAN, JANNCEL TAN
34011 TAN, JAYSON SANTOS
34012 TAN, JEAN KIRSTIE DY
34013 TAN, JEFFREY PIOQUINTO
34014 TAN, JEFFREY SIMBORIO
34015 TAN, JEREZ GIFT YOUNG
34016 TAN, JO ROSELLE ONG
34017 TAN, JOANNA MARI MALLETA
34018 TAN, JOANNA NICOLE ADOLFO
34019 TAN, JOANNE PERALTA
34020 TAN, JOHN PATRICK ANDRES
34021 TAN, JOHN PAUL FUENTES
34022 TAN, JOHN STEPHEN PARDILLADA
34023 TAN, JONABELLE NISPEROS
34024 TAN, JOSE PEDRO VI MEJORADA
34025 TAN, JUDELYN AWID
34026 TAN, JUSTIN RYAN LAY
34027 TAN, KAMILLE KAYE CATINGUB
34028 TAN, KARL MARVIN TAROY
34029 TAN, KATHLEEN DAGUINOTAS
34030 TAN, KATHLEEN JANE CABRILLAS
34031 TAN, KATHRYN ABBY GOLLOSO
34032 TAN, KAYCEE TIU
34033 TAN, KEVIN JOHNSON GO
34034 TAN, KHALIL FRANZ IZQUIERDO
34035 TAN, KIM IRENE DIONES
34036 TAN, KIM JANE MAPAIT
34037 TAN, KRISTA MARIE ESPINA
34038 TAN, KRISTINE ADRIENNE LETABA
34039 TAN, KRISTINE GRACE LEPITEN
34040 TAN, KRISTINE JOY RONQUILLO
34041 TAN, LADY JANE SAHAGUN
34042 TAN, LEA KRIS JUNIO
34043 TAN, LEWIN JOYCE MIRANDA
34044 TAN, LOUIE JUEGO
34045 TAN, LYZEL IBARRA
34046 TAN, MA ANNETH GLAYZA MAHIDLAON
34047 TAN, MA KATREENA LOUISA VELASCO
34048 TAN, MARIA JALYSSA PASCUA
34049 TAN, MARIA KIMBERLY CABINIAN
34050 TAN, MARIA LOVELLA ESCOBRO


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34051 TAN, MARIA MARGARITA POSAY
34052 TAN, MARIA PAULA BEATRICE TAJAN
34053 TAN, MARICAR AGUSTIN
34054 TAN, MARIE CHRISTINE ANG
34055 TAN, MARINEL BALDELOBAR
34056 TAN, MARISOL OAMIL
34057 TAN, MARJORIE FLORES
34058 TAN, MARK ANDREW QUIAMBAO
34059 TAN, MARK ANTHONY GAYOTIN
34060 TAN, MARY ANGELINE PUERTO
34061 TAN, MARY ANN DE GUZMAN
34062 TAN, MERVIN ACUPAN
34063 TAN, MERVYN CHUA
34064 TAN, MICHAEL ARVI BERGADO
34065 TAN, MICHELLE ANGELIQUE ANDRES
34066 TAN, MONICA ANDREA VIQUIERA
34067 TAN, MYRA DURAN
34068 TAN, NEIL BENEDICT SO
34069 TAN, NORMEL GO
34070 TAN, PATRICE SHAYNE ONG
34071 TAN, PATRICIA ANDREA ADLER
34072 TAN, PAUL ALVIN RUBIO
34073 TAN, PAUL ANTHONY ANTONIO
34074 TAN, PEARL DIONNE CHESKA OPPUS
34075 TAN, PETER EDISON DONDOYANO
34076 TAN, PRINCESS SILAO
34077 TAN, RACHEL LERY CUASAY
34078 TAN, RAISA YOUNG
34079 TAN, REINALD JELLO LAREZA
34080 TAN, REYNALDO JR PAW
34081 TAN, RICHARD GENAVIA
34082 TAN, RUBY ABAT
34083 TAN, SARAH MAY DACONES
34084 TAN, SEYCHELLE SABADUQUIA
34085 TAN, SHARMAINE LOUIS DELIMA
34086 TAN, STEPHANIE JOY DELOS REYES
34087 TAN, STEPHANIE KAY TING
34088 TAN, SYLVESTER CANUTO
34089 TAN, TARRA CECILLA AUTOR
34090 TAN, THRIXY ANN
34091 TAN, TONI SHANE MARIE SABANDO
34092 TAN, VAN JOEL MALACAPAY
34093 TAN, WILMER NATIVIDAD
34094 TAN, XIARISSE DIANE MARIE TANDUYAN
34095 TAN FELIZ, KARLI ERIX MAR DE GUZMAN
34096 TAN-VALENCIA, ANTHONY CARIÑO
34097 TANAEL, ROJEANNIE SOLANCHO
34098 TANALGO, BRIAN BAVIERA
34099 TANAWAN, ALYSSA DIANNE OMBICO
34100 TANAWAN, MA SHERLYN CHORESCA


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34101 TANAY, AIZA MARIE BELMONTE
34102 TANAY, ARVIE ZABALLA
34103 TANCANGCO, MARIETONI OLIVA
34104 TANCHAN, JAMES GREGORY UY
34105 TANCHICO, MAY ANNE RENIEVA
34106 TANCIANO, DARIS MAE MALATUBA
34107 TANCIOCO, MARK ANDREW JAVIER
34108 TANCIOCO, SHAIREENE JILL ROSAL
34109 TANCUNGCO, AARON PAUL DIMARUCUT
34110 TANDANG, MARJERIE SAMBAJON
34111 TANDAS, MA LOVELYN LUNETA
34112 TANDAYAG, JASPER FERRER
34113 TANDIH, FATIMA EMMY AMILASAN
34114 TANDINGAN, REJEAN AMARILLO
34115 TANDOC, ANGELA JOY BENITEZ
34116 TANDOC, HAMIDA NUR PANDAOG
34117 TANDOC, HOLLY MAE PARAGAS
34118 TANDOC, JOHANNA ELAINE TAQUEBAN
34119 TANDOC, MARITES FELICILDA
34120 TANDOC, PAULINA ELENA CAMACHO
34121 TANDOC, TEODORO JR DECANO
34122 TANDOC, VALERIE ANN VALENCIA
34123 TANDOY, JAMES JR OSORIO
34124 TANEGA, RUTH ANNE OFREN
34125 TANEO, RUBY ANN NEFIEL
34126 TANG, APRIL KRISTINE UTTOH
34127 TANG, JOSSELYN CHUA
34128 TANG LEE SAY, MATTHEW LEE
34129 TANGALIN, KRISTELLE BERLIN NORTEZ
34130 TANGANGCO, CHRIS DANIEL BENITO
34131 TANGARORANG, TRANZ LUTHER BULACAN
34132 TANGARORANG, TROY BENEDICT BULACAN
34133 TANGCALAGAN, KENT CABALLERO
34134 TANGCO, JENNELYN SANTOS
34135 TANGENTE, RECHELLE HERA
34136 TANGGANA, MHYSTY DESIREE OTGALON
34137 TANGHAL, CAROL
34138 TANGKAY, CHRISTINE ALIGWAY
34139 TANGLAO, LARISSA GAIL PANGAN
34140 TANGLIBEN, CHRISTIE SACRES
34141 TANGLIBEN, JONAS SACRES
34142 TANGLIBEN, ZENRA MANOGAN
34143 TANGO, LEIZAN AGARPAO
34144 TANGON, JIFFERSON FIEL
34145 TANGONAN, EBENEZER EVANGELISTA
34146 TANGONAN, EMMANUEL ROJAS
34147 TANGONAN, JEWELRY JOY VILLENA
34148 TANGONAN, JOSE ENRICO CANASA
34149 TANGONAN, KRISTINE MAE BAYANI
34150 TANGONAN, MARILEN PRESBITERO


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34151 TANGONAN, ROCHELLE ANN IPAC
34152 TANGUB, JULIE ANN PANCHA
34153 TANGUILIG, JAN MAUREEN CRUZ
34154 TANGUILIG, JHUNALYN PESIMO
34155 TANGUILIG, MA CHRISTINA FERNANDEZ
34156 TANGUILIG, MA JOHARA CERAME
34157 TANHUECO, MARK OLIVER MAMANGUN
34158 TANHUECO, VINA KATHLEEN MEDINA
34159 TANIG, MARVIN JAYSON DE CASTRO
34160 TANINGCO, JULIUS PAUL HENSON
34161 TANIOLA, CECIL FAITH BAYA
34162 TANJECO, ROLANDO MACASINAG
34163 TANNAGAN, JASON KEVIN COBO
34164 TANOY, LIUSZEL DEPAMAYLO
34165 TANQUERIDO, BEAUTY ABELARDE
34166 TANSENGCO, LISSA MONIQUE RICO
34167 TANTALIE, FARIZA EBING
34168 TANTANO, EDNILYN RAGASAJO
34169 TANTAO, ASNIAH ZACARIA
34170 TANTAY, GLADYS CABUGON
34171 TANTAY, JOSIE ALLEN PATAYAN
34172 TANTEO, ADRIANNE KRISTEL APOLONIO
34173 TANTICO, LOUELEN ACAL
34174 TANTINGCO, GENELL TUBIG
34175 TANTOY, EMELOU MAGTO
34176 TANTOY, KAYLA LYNN GUHITING
34177 TANTUNG, ALMASHIA HUSSIN
34178 TANUCO, RICHARD BITON
34179 TANUDTANUD, RUTH MISA
34180 TANZO, BOB KENNETH EDSEL ECAT
34181 TAO-ON, PHOEBIE GABULE
34182 TAOJO, JONAH MAY ERQUIZA
34183 TAPA, XYZA MAE PONDOC
34184 TAPALES, KRISTINE NIÑA PANCHO
34185 TAPALES, PRINCESS JOY BANAYBANAY
34186 TAPALLA, KATRIN DE LEON
34187 TAPAN, DEXIE DAWN BADAJOS
34188 TAPANG, BERNADETTE SORIANO
34189 TAPANG, LORNA CORPORAL
34190 TAPAR, JERALD ROSE
34191 TAPAWAN, CATHERINE MENDOZA
34192 TAPAWAN, MARIA LOURDES REYES
34193 TAPAYA, ZYRAH LOU CARESIA
34194 TAPERLA, JESSICA LISTANCO
34195 TAPIA, ALVIN JOSEPH DELA CRUZ
34196 TAPIA, MARTINA MARGARITA MOSCA
34197 TAPIA, MARY GRACE ARANETA
34198 TAPIADOR, FOSTINE MARGAUX CARINGAL
34199 TAPICAN, DOMINIC LEE
34200 TAPING, JULIET NAVARRO


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34201 TAPIRO, MARY GRACE DOMINCIL
34202 TAPIRU, GINA MARIE PIROTE
34203 TAPISPISAN, JHONNAH NARVAS
34204 TAPISPISAN, MARIA AIRENE DE VERA
34205 TAPISPISAN, MARK ANTHONY SEBASTIAN
34206 TAPNIO, LIZETTE MAY LADORES
34207 TAPNIO, RESELDA TORRES
34208 TAPODOC, JANNAH ANDI
34209 TAPUYAO, RACHEL SOLIS
34210 TAQUEBAN, ABIGAEL DIGAY
34211 TAQUIQUI, HENRY CAGURUNGAN
34212 TARABASA, BASMA LAKIBUL
34213 TARADJI, SARAH JAMMIH
34214 TARCA, CHELSEA CATHERINE MODINA
34215 TARDECILLA, DIVINA GRACIA TARROBAGO
34216 TARDECILLA, JEANNE MERCADO
34217 TARDEO, ELISHA MONIQUE PALAD
34218 TARDIO, MAYBELLE ALFANTA
34219 TARDO, BIEN SINDIONG
34220 TARDO, JESSAMEL DELA PEÑA
34221 TARECTECAN, ANGELO VALDEZ
34222 TARIMAN, APRIL MARIE ROCAVERTE
34223 TARIMAN, RHIANNA CARPIZO
34224 TARIPE, LEY ADRIANE ESPINOSA
34225 TARNATE, JONAS CORVERA
34226 TARNATE, RHOUGINA FRANCES AMOGAN
34227 TARNATE, VANESSA YVONNE JOVE
34228 TAROG, RYAN ALMODOVAR
34229 TAROJA, JESSA SERING
34230 TAROL, RODESSA MANDAC
34231 TAROMA, DIANA ROSE UMINGA
34232 TAROMA, ELEANOR ACOSTA
34233 TAROMA, JOAHN DEREQUITO
34234 TARONG, ELSHA JOELLA DAGAMI
34235 TARONGOY, CASELYN MARIE MEJARES
34236 TARONGOY, JEANNINE ERIKA MENDOZA
34237 TAROY, NIÑO RUE ANGELO BONIFACIO
34238 TARRIELA, ALONA AGUILAR
34239 TARRIELA, DIANA ROSE AGUILAR
34240 TARROBAGO, JONEL MONTANEZ
34241 TARRONAS, ANDY PADILLO
34242 TARROSA, RITCHEL GABULE
34243 TARROZA, ABEGAIL DULVA
34244 TARROZA, ARTHUR CHRISTOPHER ZORILLA
34245 TARUC, AIRENE YALUNG
34246 TARUC, KRIS ANN DELOS REYES
34247 TASARRA, CATHERINE TUAZON
34248 TASICO, ELI JAY NATANAUAN
34249 TASICO, REYMARK CUENCA
34250 TATAC, ALYSSA MARIE BURAY


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34251 TATAC, KIMBERLY ANN QUINTO
34252 TATAD, HANNAH JANE TANAEL
34253 TATAD, JENINA CHRISTIANA SILVESTRE
34254 TATAD, MICHAEL ALVARADO
34255 TATAD, OLIVER DEAN ARCEGA
34256 TATAD, RHANA ALYSSA MAQUILING
34257 TATARO, CHRISTOPHER BALIDOY
34258 TATE, SANDRA ABRIQUE
34259 TATEL, ARDEL KEITH MARIANO
34260 TATEL, CATHLEN ANN ADANZA
34261 TATEL, MAYROSE URBANO
34262 TATLONGHARI, CATHERINE TEMPLO
34263 TATLONGHARI, DANIELLE MARIE VARIAN
34264 TATLONGHARI, JOHN ROBIN KATIGBAK
34265 TATLONGHARI, MARISSE DICHOSO
34266 TATO, DOREEN AIMEE ARNEJO
34267 TATO, MICHELLE QUIÑONES
34268 TATO, SHEENA ALEXANDREA FABRIA
34269 TATON, MINALYN LAGOTA
34270 TATOY, CRAEZA CAÑETE
34271 TATOY, JESSA MAE SANOY
34272 TATOY, MERRA GIRASOL
34273 TAULI, CHERRY DALE GANIPIS
34274 TAULI, MARLON ANSIT
34275 TAUPAN, YAMINAH ZAHRAA PABON
34276 TAURO, GENICE CERILO
34277 TAUTHO, GRETTA CABAHUG
34278 TAVARA, GRACHELLE RIVERA
34279 TAVARA, MONNA RIZZA ESPIDIDO
34280 TAVARA, THERESE MARIE ELIZAGA
34281 TAVAS, JACKELO MAPALO
34282 TAVERA, JADE MARIE DELIGERO
34283 TAWAG, PATRICIA CLAIRE APAYA
34284 TAWALI, DEVY JANE LUMAGUIP
34285 TAWALI, JOCELYN NGULO
34286 TAWID, JAYSON GUYAO
34287 TAY, CHARMAGNE SIMBAJON
34288 TAYA-AN, KEVIN LESTER AGCALAO
34289 TAYABA, KEITH IDRIS RONQUILLO
34290 TAYABAN, CECILIA LUIS
34291 TAYABAN, SHAIRA KAYE LICYAYO
34292 TAYABEN, JEMALYN LAOAGAN
34293 TAYAG, ALLAIN DANIEL MACALINTAL
34294 TAYAG, BRYAN JOHN GUEVARRA
34295 TAYAG, GHERINE JOY SERRANO
34296 TAYAG, KAREN FAYE TUATES
34297 TAYAG, KATHLEEN QUEEN SANTOS
34298 TAYAG, LORIEZA DALUSONG
34299 TAYAG, PAMELA MANALOTO
34300 TAYAG, PAULA KEITH HEREDIA


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34301 TAYAG, REYNALYN TORRES
34302 TAYAG, ROSE MARY SANTOS
34303 TAYAMEN, JAE MARIE CANDELON
34304 TAYAMEN, ROTSEN RAYMUND CABIGAS
34305 TAYAO, CHARISSE SAMPOL
34306 TAYAO, CLARISS SINFUEGO
34307 TAYAO, JUNE EVANGELINE PACLEB
34308 TAYAO, RISSA ANNE CALINAO
34309 TAYAO, RONA PACAIGUE
34310 TAYCO, KRISTINE
34311 TAYCO, MARY ANN MATORRE
34312 TAYLAN, MA ANGELINE VELILIA
34313 TAYLAN, PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA
34314 TAYLARAN, CHARISE MACARANAS
34315 TAYLO, MARY STEPHANIE
34316 TAYLO, PAULINE ELOISA BORDAJE
34317 TAYLOR, IVANNA JANE GONZALES
34318 TAYLOR, JULIE ANN AGUILAR
34319 TAYO, DANYA RAISSA TATAD
34320 TAYO, JOANNA CHARIS TAN
34321 TAYO, MARA KRISTAL MORA
34322 TAYO, RACHELLE GUERRERO
34323 TAYO, RONALD EUGENE DELA CRUZ
34324 TAYOCNOG, ONOFRE WALLIT
34325 TAYONA, RONNIE CHRIS CABILLAJE
34326 TAYONE, KAREN FAITH ANDING
34327 TAYOPAN, MA SHEILA MAE VICETE
34328 TAYSON, LEAH MARIE CRUZ
34329 TAYTAYON, GAY ROGIEVEL TOMILLOSO
34330 TAÑADA, CAROL ANNE FABELLON
34331 TAÑADA, ERIKA JOHANNA PANADERO
34332 TAÑADA, JEAN CATHERINE EXPEDITA EUSEBIO
34333 TAÑADA, YURIKO JUSTO
34334 TAÑAG, JORD JOHN DIGMA
34335 TAÑAJURA, BRENDON CARLOS OSIAS
34336 TAÑALAS, KIM AGUIRRE
34337 TAÑALES, REYNA ROSE SABEDRA
34338 TAÑAMOR, MARY FRANCE CORPUZ
34339 TAÑAQUIN, CHRISTINE JOY SALUNA
34340 TAÑECA, DANECABELLA CORSANES
34341 TAÑEDO, CHARMAINE JOYCE CONSTANTINO
34342 TAÑEDO, MARIA VANESSA PLATON
34343 TAÑEDO, RYAN SAMUEL SING
34344 TAÑEGA, MARIA CARMELA DE LEON
34345 TAÑO, JOSE LORENZO TERUEL
34346 TE, ANNA EUNICE ENOBIO
34347 TE, FARRAH JOYCE SUAREZ
34348 TE, GRACE CUA
34349 TE, JACKIE LOU ANDRADA
34350 TE, JOHN PATRICK DE LA CRUZ


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34351 TE, KEN BJANLI ANG
34352 TE, MAGNOLIA JANE LOMA
34353 TE, REGINE CHUA
34354 TE, SHELAMAR LOUREN BAUTISTA
34355 TE, TERESA ACA-AC
34356 TEC, MONINA ELLEIN SUNGLAO
34357 TECSON, ALLAIN PAUL BISDA
34358 TECSON, APRIL ROSE FRANCISCO
34359 TECSON, ELIZABETH MORALES
34360 TECSON, JOSEPH CLARK PAJARES
34361 TECSON, MARY ANN FRIGILLANA
34362 TECSON, PAUL DOMINIC IGOY
34363 TECSON, RACQUEL ALIGONSA
34364 TECSON, ROSSINI ANGELA TAGLE
34365 TEDIONG, ALMIE URETA
34366 TEDLOS, DARREN PATILANO
34367 TEDOCO, STEFANI KIRSTEIN CHUA
34368 TEE, LENDYL LLOYD BARRIENTOS
34369 TEGRADO, GENEVA JADE MAHUSAY
34370 TEGUI-IN, ARNOLD JR ASTUDILLO
34371 TEH, TRACY ANNE ESCOSURA
34372 TEJA, MARK LESTER ELEFANTE
34373 TEJADA, ANDREW ZACH GUIAO
34374 TEJADA, EMILY MALONDA
34375 TEJADA, GIA CARLA TORRES
34376 TEJADA, JACQUELINE SEDIACO
34377 TEJADA, JIANNE ABIGAIL MIRANDA
34378 TEJADA, JIMBOY PEÑONAL
34379 TEJADA, JO-AN CATHERINE GUMOGDA
34380 TEJADA, JOSELLA IMPERIA SALVADOR
34381 TEJADA, KATHLEEN JOY
34382 TEJADA, LUCILLE JULIE ANN BIALA
34383 TEJADA, RAPHAEL GABRIEL ABRASIA
34384 TEJAM, REINA LOUISE DELICANA
34385 TEJANO, DARLENE FAITH ACLA
34386 TEJANO, EULOGIO JR REYES
34387 TEJANO, ROSE JANE ALBETOS
34388 TEJARE, JESSA QUISIDO
34389 TEJEDOR, JOMACHRIS VARIAS
34390 TEJERO, KERRY DEANN LOU ORIAS
34391 TEJERO, LIEZEL ANNE BUENAFLOR
34392 TEJOL, JERRANNE MANSUETO
34393 TELAGEN, ADONNA FERNANDO
34394 TELAN, ANTONETTE LADDRAN
34395 TELEN, CHARLOT RIO MUSA
34396 TELEN, JOGEN DAYOLA
34397 TELERON, EDMUND VILLANUEVA
34398 TELEWIK, CLEO MARIE LIM
34399 TELIAKEN, GINA GRACE CUPIDO
34400 TELIMBAN, PAUL KINNITH BORINES


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34401 TELLA-IN, DANIELLE MARIE SUNDIAM
34402 TELLO, DECELYN ANNIE CUYAHON
34403 TELOG, JOBELLE CUABO
34404 TELOSA, AZENITH NUÑEZ
34405 TEMBLOR, FERDINAN BORLAS
34406 TEMBREVILLA, HANNAH LIEJAY LORETO CATHERINE
HERNANDEZ
34407 TEMEN, JOHAN GAY KABUGATAN
34408 TEMEÑA, JENNY VIE BALLESCA
34409 TEMEÑA, JOSE MARI FUA
34410 TEMONES, MARIE JOY SANTIAGO
34411 TEMPLA, CHRISTINE GALLEGO
34412 TEMPLA, MARIE KRIS PALERMO
34413 TEMPLADO, VIVIEN LOUR CAÑETE
34414 TEMPLONUEVO, KARLO TESORERO
34415 TEMPORADA, JAMIE GARCIA
34416 TEMPORADA, MICHAELLEN JOHN OCARIZA
34417 TEMPORAL, DESIREE TABUENA
34418 TENA, KEVIN HERMES ALBIS
34419 TENA, KYLA MARIE SUZA
34420 TENA, MARY ANN RAMOS
34421 TENCHAVEZ, DENMARK FLESTADO
34422 TENCHAVEZ, PIA DANICA YAP
34423 TENCHAVEZ, VIRGILIA REMO
34424 TENDERO, JAMES LLOYD BALBIN
34425 TENDERO, KIMELYN MAY GARCIA
34426 TENDRAS, NANETTE GALUSONG
34427 TENEBROSO, REBECCA CAMOMOT
34428 TENEDERO, ORIEL JOY BAUTISTA
34429 TENEZA, MARIANNE PARRA
34430 TENGCO, ELAINE LAMPA
34431 TENGCO, JOEMAR CAPATI
34432 TENGSON, CHERRY FERNANDEZ
34433 TENGSON, JOHN PHILLIPPE DE GUZMAN
34434 TENIO, YVONNE MAGNAY
34435 TENMATAY, MYCHELLE SANTELICES
34436 TENORIO, ELIZAH NEL BAJASAN
34437 TENORIO, EYEZZELL RAPADA
34438 TENORIO, GRETHEL LEONOR DELA CRUZ
34439 TENORIO, JANRHEA ELEP
34440 TENORIO, KATHLEEN BAUTISTA
34441 TENORIO, LEMUEL ULAT
34442 TENORIO, MARY ANTONETTE NARNE
34443 TENORIO, MEI BELLE GONZALES
34444 TENORIO, MELISSA JOY GAON
34445 TENORIO, ROSE FE JAENA
34446 TENTIA, ARNIE TABUYAN
34447 TEO, MARK CHRISTIAN SIM
34448 TEODORO, BESSIE ANTONIO
34449 TEODORO, CANDACE
34450 TEODORO, CATHERINE CAÑETE


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34451 TEODORO, JAMIE RIVERA
34452 TEODORO, KATHERINE GEM TORRIJOS
34453 TEODORO, MA AIRA RIBU
34454 TEODORO, MARY LOU EDWARD VILLANUEVA
34455 TEODORO, SIENA GUZMAN
34456 TEODOSIO, ANA MAE MANSUETO
34457 TEODOSIO, DIONARD NEIL DALIDA
34458 TEODOSIO, GABRIELLA MAY CAMPOS
34459 TEODOSIO, JOANNE RAMOS
34460 TEODOSIO, MELANIE JOY
34461 TEODOSIO, ZHIKARA DE MARTIN
34462 TEOPENGCO, JANINE ANNE ANGELES
34463 TEOVISIO, JESSELY BAUTISTA
34464 TEOXON, JAN ANDREW MANZANA
34465 TEOXON, TRISHA YSABELLE PIAÑA
34466 TEPPANG, KAREN JOY FAJARDO
34467 TERARIRAY, SEAN MARCH TAGARO
34468 TERCAN, CHRISRAEL ROJAS
34469 TERCEPONA, JOCEVEB JAYME
34470 TERCIA, DARICE MOJICA
34471 TERCIO, MARICEL LIM
34472 TERENCIO, JENAH JADE LAUREANO
34473 TERENCIO, RECHIEL ANN VILLANUEVA
34474 TERENCIO, SHANE BELAGUAS
34475 TERMINEZ, KATHLEEN JUNE ABIVA
34476 TERMULO, STEPHANIE ANNE DE GUZMAN
34477 TERO, HERSHEY KAY CASTELLANO
34478 TERORA, NIDRIL RABAYA
34479 TERRADO, CHRISTINE IGNACIO
34480 TERRADO, GLENDA RODRIGUEZ
34481 TERRADO, JOANNE YOBIA
34482 TERRADO, MARIA LAISA DANTES
34483 TERRADO, WYLRHYSS PAGULONG
34484 TERRAZOLA, LEO ANGELO ALBERTO
34485 TERRE, CEDRIC RAY MATULAC
34486 TERRE, JORDAN MAURICIO
34487 TERSOL, ERWIN GABOT
34488 TERTE, APPLE JOY VELASQUEZ
34489 TERTE, DIVINA GRACE ARGUEZA
34490 TERUEL, KYLE NICOLE TORRILLA
34491 TESORERO, DIANNE KATHERINE OQUENDO
34492 TESORERO, SHERYLLAD SANTIAGO
34493 TESORERO, SHIELA MARIE TATAD
34494 TESORIO, MARIA KATRINA VILLAROSA
34495 TESORIO, NORMAN PAUL CALIP
34496 TESORIO, STEPHANIE GRACE TARIMAN
34497 TESORO, FRANCES ABIGAIL AVERO
34498 TESORO, KRISTINE JOY RAZONADO
34499 TESORO, MERYL JOY PALISOC
34500 TESTOR, LISTHER JAY EVARDONE


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34501 TEVES, ADRIAN CUERDA
34502 TEVES, ARVIN JAY CLOMA
34503 TEVES, GENII FANE ESTEPA
34504 TEVES, JANE FERRAS
34505 TEVES, MARILOU BERNAL
34506 TEVES, MELODY NAVATO
34507 TEVES, SHEINA MAE BOTEJA
34508 TEVES, STEPHEN SINGO
34509 TEXON, ELIANE MADELLE BRUTAS
34510 TEY, PEACHY ANN RIVERA
34511 TEYLAN, JEANNE MARIE TAÑO
34512 TEÑIDO, GRACE MAGTAAN
34513 TEÑOSO, CHRISTINA DEXIE CELESTRE
34514 TEÑOSO, DON JAYSON CRUZ
34515 TEÑOSO, MARY ROSE DE LA TORRE
34516 THAG, PERILOUS GIEM ABONITALLA
34517 THEBERT, LEAH PADILLA
34518 THOMAS, AILEEN JENNA SALUDO
34519 THOMAS, KRISTINE ATIMPAO
34520 THONG, ARIANE KRISTEL GUERRA
34521 TIAM, GIOVANNI ALINDADA
34522 TIAM, LARA MELISSA MENDOZA
34523 TIAMSON, ANALYN DAYRIT
34524 TIAMZON, CARLA JANE TUAZON
34525 TIAMZON, MARIJUNE LINA
34526 TIANGAO, ERWYNN REY MANINGO
34527 TIANGCO, CHRISTINE JOY DE ALA
34528 TIANGCO, HANSE VECK LOPEZ
34529 TIANGCO, JENNIFER MANALANSAN
34530 TIANGCO, JOANNA MARIE COMETA
34531 TIANGCO, JULIO CELERINO ORTIZ
34532 TIANGHA, MARY EVELYN LOURDES ABAD
34533 TIANIA, NOVILEY AMOR ROTONE
34534 TIANZON, WILSON APUHAN
34535 TIAS, MA SARAH VENTURA
34536 TIAÑA, AMIT ANTHONY ALISNA
34537 TIAÑA, FEBBIE MARIE EBORDE
34538 TIBAYAN, LORRAINE MANGULABNAN
34539 TIBAYAN, LOVELY BETH PADUA
34540 TIBI, CHRISTINE MEG OBLEPIAS
34541 TIBON, ERIKA MARIE VASQUEZ
34542 TIBUBOS, IAN CELESTIAL
34543 TIBULE, CHRISTOPHER DOCTOLERO
34544 TIBURCIO, ALBERT CORPUZ
34545 TIBURCIO, ANJELA MAE SARDEA
34546 TIBURCIO, DARLENE VARGAS
34547 TIBURCIO, ROSE ANN SINFUEGO
34548 TICA, JUAN CARLOS MARCOS
34549 TICAN, HILDRETH ELISHA A-AYO
34550 TICAR, GEOVANI SAYASA


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34551 TICAR, MA ANGELIE BUSANO
34552 TICMAN, JOHN PATRICK PADERNILLA
34553 TICOY, ESTEPHANIE ALVAREZ
34554 TID-ONG, SARAHLYN NGOPANGOP
34555 TIDALGO, IRENE MAE CAÑETE
34556 TIDOY, JEAN NIÑA AUSTERO
34557 TIERRA, ELENE MACROHON
34558 TIERRA, PETER JOHN MARTINEZ
34559 TIGAS, ABEGAIL CUEVAS
34560 TIGLAO, KRIZELLE ANN MARIANO
34561 TIGLEY, KRISTINE LAWAS
34562 TIGNO, JOHN MICHAEL BAYACA
34563 TIGOL, ROXLIN ABELGAS
34564 TILA, JONATHAN PACLEB
34565 TILA, MARY LOUISE CATAN
34566 TILACAS, RACHELLE ANN UY
34567 TILLAH, MOHAMMAD MIKHAEL GONZALES
34568 TILLAH, NASS PUNGUTAN
34569 TILLAH, YOUSEF-AMIN GONZALES
34570 TILLANO, DANABE MERCADO
34571 TILOS, GISELLE ATIENZA
34572 TIMACUAD, ELVIRA CANIHOB
34573 TIMAGOS, PAUL JOHN RICAPLAZA
34574 TIMAN, MICHELLE ANN CONTRERAS
34575 TIMBAL, CAROLINE NAPOLES
34576 TIMBAL, DAHLENE MAE PASAGUI
34577 TIMBAL, MEIL JORDAN UGAT
34578 TIMBAL, VANESSA CONDE
34579 TIMBALOPEZ, MARJORIE SANCHEZ
34580 TIMBANG, ESTHER JOY COLLADO
34581 TIMBANG, NORILYN SIBUG
34582 TIMBANG, PAOLO JERARDO ROMERO
34583 TIMBAS, MARJORIE GUZON
34584 TIMBAYAN, SHARIFA AINEE HALIM
34585 TIMBOL, DARRELL MANIAGO
34586 TIMBOL, FRANZ BANTA
34587 TIMBOL, HAZEL MAE AGUAS
34588 TIMBOL, JERMAINE NARA MERCADO
34589 TIMBOL, JOSEPHINE MARQUEZ
34590 TIMBOL, MA JERMAINEE SARAO
34591 TIMBOL, PAUL JOHN MANGON
34592 TIMBREZA, CRISTINA AGNIR
34593 TIMBREZA, SHARIMAE MANZANO
34594 TIMKANG, MARY ROSE PAMPILO
34595 TIMOG, MA CHRISTINE YBAÑEZ
34596 TIMOG, PIA ALEXANDRIA REYES
34597 TIMOG, SARAH JANE LICO
34598 TIMOGAN, FEBEN REY ORAPA
34599 TIMOSA, KATRINA BIANCA
34600 TIMOTEO, ALLAN PAUL MONJE


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34601 TIMOTEO, JONIL URIC ADAOAG
34602 TIMOTEO, KRISTEL NOVA URBANO
34603 TIMOTEO, MARY CRIS MANLAPAZ
34604 TIMOTEO, VICTORIANO CLARIN
34605 TIMOTEO, ZAIRHEN JEAN LINTAG
34606 TIMPAC, MAY FLOR BALAWIS
34607 TIMTIM, BELLY TAGAAN
34608 TIMTIM, CARYL KIT BALANI
34609 TIN-AO, MARY JANE DAGATAN
34610 TINAMESAN, JENNIFER ENRIQUEZ
34611 TINAPAO, LDYLONE MAE OGOC
34612 TINAPAY, MITCHIE LOU SANIPA
34613 TINAZA, GERARDO JR RAQUINIO
34614 TINAZA, REIZLE SALIGANAN
34615 TINDAHAN, GLYZA MAE MAYBITUIN
34616 TINDOG, ROWELA TORRES
34617 TINDONGAN, LEAHGEM MARCOS
34618 TINDOY, MARVIN ACE CUBAL
34619 TINDOY, NEIL JASON LLORENTE
34620 TING, KEVIN JOSHUA CRUZ
34621 TING, MARK ANTHONY CAMARA
34622 TING, RAFFEL LADERA
34623 TING, SHIELA MARIE SESE
34624 TING, SUSAN LORRAINE TAGAÑA
34625 TINGA, CAR MICHAEL RACOMA
34626 TINGCANG, ALDRICH JAN DE LA CERNA
34627 TINGCO, LEVI SHIELA LASTIMOSA
34628 TINGCON, ALZAIRA MANGSAN
34629 TINGDA, JOANNE KATE PE-ANG
34630 TINIO, ANGELIQUE ANNE DELA CRUZ
34631 TINIO, ANN CATHERINE DE GUZMAN
34632 TINIO, IVAN JAE DOMINGO
34633 TINIPAC, HERSCHELLE GAYE BALAN-EG
34634 TINTE, MICHELLE CUISON
34635 TIO, GIAN CARLO ELIPIAN
34636 TIO, JERAIKA KOA
34637 TIO, KARREN MEI BENAVIDES
34638 TIO, LORRAINNE DELAN
34639 TIO, MICHAEL ELDRIDGE LIM
34640 TIO, SARAH OCULAM
34641 TIOCO, MARIE LUCIENNE POLICARPIO
34642 TION, JIMMEYLYN DELOSTRICO
34643 TION, PRINCESS GERLEEN
34644 TIONGCO, ALYSSA CORSINO
34645 TIONGCO, GEREVI GWEN MAALA
34646 TIONGCO, JOVELLE JAY BAJA
34647 TIONGCO, MARY FELIANNE MANUEL
34648 TIONGSON, ALYN CAHULOGAN
34649 TIONGSON, ANNE KRISTINE JARIEL
34650 TIONGSON, BJORN KEVIN ALCANTARA


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34651 TIONGSON, ERIKA SHEENA TAPIC
34652 TIONGSON, HILCON JR VICEDO
34653 TIONGSON, IVY LOPEZ
34654 TIONGSON, JAN FRITZ DE LA PAZ
34655 TIONGSON, MICHELLE SARMIENTO
34656 TIONGSON, MIKAELA PAULA BELTRAN
34657 TIONGZON, EARL BONN OBENZA
34658 TIONSAY, LARF DEXTER SALMORIN
34659 TIOPIANCO, JOHN CHRISTIAN DELA CRUZ
34660 TIOTANGCO, IAN JONATHAN NUNAG
34661 TIOTUICO, FRANCIS PAUL LAWINGCO
34662 TIPAY, CHERISH IRA RIVERA
34663 TIPAY, RENCEEH SOLAINA
34664 TIPGOS, MATT KRISTOFFER CONAG
34665 TIPOE, ALESSANDRA ROSE ACEDO
34666 TIPON, PAMELA JANE PAEZ
34667 TIPONES, MARY ROSE DOROIN
34668 TIQUE, RALPH ANGELO MENDEZ
34669 TIQUI, HARREN MAÑALAC
34670 TIRA, KRISTINE DELA CRUZ
34671 TIRAÑA, JULIE ANN APRIL CERVO
34672 TIROL, CHERYL DANCIL
34673 TIROL, MARK JOSEPH SUMAGANG
34674 TIRONA, ARIAN ROSE DIONISIO
34675 TIRONA, FRANCIS TOPACIO
34676 TISBE, AJEANE DAVE ENCARNACION
34677 TISO, RESSA CONCEPCION ANDILAB
34678 TITO, KRISTYN KAREN DE JOYA
34679 TITO, MARJORIE GIMENA
34680 TIU, AUBREY MAE CABAHUG
34681 TIU, CARMEL THERESE UNAJAN
34682 TIU, CHRISTIE ALILAIN
34683 TIU, EARL JANSSEN CHUAHU
34684 TIU, EUGENE MARLA BASCO
34685 TIU, FAYE JULIENNE ABING
34686 TIU, GLENN MARLON JR YOUNG
34687 TIU, HARVIN PETER SIOJO
34688 TIU, JEREMIAH ALVAREZ
34689 TIU, JOSEPH RYAN ADLAO
34690 TIU, KATHLEEN NICOLE TAN
34691 TIU, LORRAINE KAYE BOLTIADOR
34692 TIU, MARIA CECILIA SABALO
34693 TIU, MARTIN ANTHONY BALOT
34694 TIU, MICHAEL QUIM CAUILAN
34695 TIU, PAOLO ANTONIO
34696 TIU, ROLAND JED DELA PEÑA
34697 TIU, SHIELA MARIE AQUINO
34698 TIU, SHUZEENE DEMI ANNE IBAYA
34699 TIUJONGCO, JAY ARIANNE CANGAS
34700 TIVIDAD, KAREN PAULINE ANNE AGUINALDO


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34701 TIZON, DINAH ROSE HILAPAD
34702 TIZON, LAVERNE BERNADETTE ESQUETA
34703 TIÑA, JOHN RICHELLE VILLANUEVA
34704 TIÑAS, KRISTINE JOY FAROFALDANE
34705 TO CHIP, RICHFORD LUKE JAMES TECSON
34706 TOBANES, JANICE PENDOG
34707 TOBIAS, ANA MARGARITA VALLESTERO
34708 TOBIAS, ELPRIÑA GUTIERREZ
34709 TOBIAS, JOHN PAUL AQUINO
34710 TOBIAS, MARIELLE JOYCE GUZMANA
34711 TOCA, MELVIN LUMABAN
34712 TOCAO, DAISY JANE ABREA
34713 TOCO, INDIRA MARGARETH GABO
34714 TOCO, MARIA VICTORIA ELERIA
34715 TODA, JONAH MAE AGUSTIN
34716 TODYOG, KATE GABRIEL
34717 TOGASHI, MITCHELL CABRAL
34718 TOGLE, HANNAH GRACE SANTOS
34719 TOGONON, FREDDIE SIMON
34720 TOGONON, NORNIE LASAFIN
34721 TOGONON, PHILLIPPE MARIE CLEMENT QUIMIO
34722 TOGONON, PREXY DAWN CASTRO
34723 TOGORES, JERICO AUDAL
34724 TOLDING, EDENETTE GRACE MAGLIA
34725 TOLEDANA, CHERRY LYNN MAGLATANG
34726 TOLEDANA, DON TUD
34727 TOLEDANA, MARK LESTER BULOSAN
34728 TOLEDANA, RAINIER MAGLATANG
34729 TOLEDO, AMANDO JR SALAZAR
34730 TOLEDO, AMERA MENODIADO
34731 TOLEDO, AURORADULCE REYES
34732 TOLEDO, CASSANDRA LEAH CONDE
34733 TOLEDO, DARA NIKKA ROLDAN
34734 TOLEDO, EVA LUZ DURAN
34735 TOLEDO, FORCHZE ATTLEI AGUILAR
34736 TOLEDO, GRACE IVY ECO
34737 TOLEDO, HONEY BEE TORREFRANCA
34738 TOLEDO, JOHNNY PIERRE COLOMA
34739 TOLEDO, JOSEPHINE VIÑAS
34740 TOLEDO, JUVY RABEJE
34741 TOLEDO, LADY CYRENE OBENQUE
34742 TOLEDO, LARRY OWEN OMBROG
34743 TOLEDO, LYNN GAIL BORJE
34744 TOLEDO, MARIEL DENISSE MARTINEZ
34745 TOLEDO, MARILYN CRUZ
34746 TOLEDO, MARY JOY MORAÑA
34747 TOLEDO, MONAGELLE DAGUINOD
34748 TOLEDO, REICHELLE AGIRA
34749 TOLEDO, REYMUND ALBERTO
34750 TOLEDO, ROLAND JOSEPH REYES


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34751 TOLEDO, ROSE ANN PASCASIO
34752 TOLEDO, YVONNE IVORY GEANGAN
34753 TOLENTINO, APRIL ANGELI MARAVILLA
34754 TOLENTINO, APRIL JOY BAUTISTA
34755 TOLENTINO, APRIL MAY CAILAO
34756 TOLENTINO, ARA MAY MANTICAHON
34757 TOLENTINO, CAMILLE PAULETTE MESA
34758 TOLENTINO, CARLA MARTHEL TAÑAG
34759 TOLENTINO, CARLOS GOMEZ
34760 TOLENTINO, CATHERINE ANN MANLAPAZ
34761 TOLENTINO, CHRISJUNE SEVILLA
34762 TOLENTINO, CHRISTIAN MARK GOMEZ
34763 TOLENTINO, CRYSTEL JOYCE MONTEMAYOR
34764 TOLENTINO, DAVE SIANGCO
34765 TOLENTINO, DESERIE MAE ANOLIN
34766 TOLENTINO, DIANNE JUSTINE DONGON
34767 TOLENTINO, EDMAR BRYAN DELA CRUZ
34768 TOLENTINO, ELLISE VEENA CEQUEÑA
34769 TOLENTINO, ERWINILO FELICIANO
34770 TOLENTINO, EUGENIA NOHAY
34771 TOLENTINO, FAITH NORLYN ADAY
34772 TOLENTINO, FATIMA GRACE ADRIATICO
34773 TOLENTINO, FLORENTINO REYES
34774 TOLENTINO, FRANCISCO III FERNANDEZ
34775 TOLENTINO, GABRIEL FORTUNATO
34776 TOLENTINO, GERALDINE CRUZ
34777 TOLENTINO, GRACE CHELLO PADACA
34778 TOLENTINO, HAZEL JADE GARCIA
34779 TOLENTINO, HERMEE SAMSON
34780 TOLENTINO, JAN BENITON QUE
34781 TOLENTINO, JASPER JOHN RODRIGUEZ
34782 TOLENTINO, JEE JEAN DIZON
34783 TOLENTINO, JENNYLYN FLORENDO
34784 TOLENTINO, JHONA FAYTAREN
34785 TOLENTINO, JOAHNA CAMILLE DE OCAMPO
34786 TOLENTINO, JONATHAN
34787 TOLENTINO, JOYCE GALLEGO
34788 TOLENTINO, JOYCE MARQUEZ
34789 TOLENTINO, JUNE KRESKIN EMBANG
34790 TOLENTINO, KARLA JOYCE PASCUA
34791 TOLENTINO, KATHRYN ALIPIO
34792 TOLENTINO, KATHRYN MAY GASCON
34793 TOLENTINO, KONICA BORSOTO
34794 TOLENTINO, LYLE FRANCISCO
34795 TOLENTINO, MANILYN DOMINGO
34796 TOLENTINO, MARIA KATHLEEN FAY DELA CRUZ
34797 TOLENTINO, MARIAN DAWN MONROYO
34798 TOLENTINO, MARJORIE VALENTINO
34799 TOLENTINO, MARK ELMER JAY MAGDAY
34800 TOLENTINO, MARK VINCENT SANTIAGO


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34801 TOLENTINO, MARY BERNADETTE ONG
34802 TOLENTINO, MELISSA BALANI
34803 TOLENTINO, MICHELLE DUERO
34804 TOLENTINO, MYLENE LUNA
34805 TOLENTINO, NINOTCHKA BUAN
34806 TOLENTINO, PAULO RODRIGUEZ
34807 TOLENTINO, PINKY JANE DELICANO
34808 TOLENTINO, RACHEENA VIEB EGUIA
34809 TOLENTINO, RALPH RYAN PAMPOLINA
34810 TOLENTINO, RANDY ACMA
34811 TOLENTINO, RICHELLE ROSE BALABA
34812 TOLENTINO, ROBIN HESITA
34813 TOLENTINO, ROMALYN BENIGAY
34814 TOLENTINO, ROSE ANN MALLARE
34815 TOLENTINO, ROSE ANNE SANTIAGO
34816 TOLENTINO, RUBY TRINIDAD
34817 TOLENTINO, SHERLYN KAY PALIMA
34818 TOLENTINO, STEPHANIE PARREÑO
34819 TOLENTINO, TROY TOMAS
34820 TOLENTINO, VRINDAVAN DASI PASCUA
34821 TOLENTINO, XYTUS MAJELLA AGALOOS
34822 TOLENTINO, YVAN JONAS ARROZA
34823 TOLERO, SHERYL FELIPE
34824 TOLET
          July 2011 Nursing Board Exam Passers (Letter R)        
July 2011 Nursing Board Exam Passers (Letter R):

28761 RAAGAS, ANTHONY JAY ALDOVER
28762 RAAGAS, FAITH TORRES
28763 RABACA, SANDY JASON RESERVA
28764 RABADO, JAYSON LATONERO
28765 RABADO, ROSE MAY YORDAN
28766 RABADON, LENY LEONES
28767 RABAGO, ANGELIE ROSE PONCE
28768 RABAGO, ANNA LIEZEL CASTILLO
28769 RABAGO, CIGRID SHAN ALBA
28770 RABAGO, GIAN CARLO TOLEDANA
28771 RABAGO, MARICEL CASTILLO
28772 RABAGO, SHARLENE SERVITILLO
28773 RABAJA, JORGE TAMBA
28774 RABAJANTE, MARIE ANGELICA CANDA
28775 RABANAL, ANGELI MAE ALAMAN
28776 RABANAL, CHRISTIAN REY AMORES
28777 RABANAL, DIANA ARCELI REALIN
28778 RABANAL, HILTRUDES PIOL
28779 RABANAL, JESSA CUBIO
28780 RABANAL, MARLON ANGELO DELIM
28781 RABANAL, MARY JOHN RAMOS
28782 RABANES, DAPHNE ANN OMAY
28783 RABANES, FRANCIA ARANDA
28784 RABANES, JOHANNA GREY CALATRAVA
28785 RABANG, DANAH KHATES PIDO
28786 RABANG, GRETCHEN MATEO
28787 RABANG, JACKIELOU SALAO
28788 RABANG, KRISLYN JOY DOMINE
28789 RABANILLO, CATHERINE MAE OLIVEROS
28790 RABANILLO, KATRINA LUZ VELARIO
28791 RABARA, ELYZEL CECILIA
28792 RABARA, MARLETTE ABAYA
28793 RABAYA, KRIS MIKAELLA MENDIOLA
28794 RABAYA, LOIS CRESELYN ULILA
28795 RABE, ABIGAIL ROSE BAUTISTA
28796 RABE, ANDREW ANTHONY AQUINO
28797 RABE, DANIEL DE III VITERO
28798 RABE, FLORABEL LEGAÑA
28799 RABE, MILLIBERT FLORES
28800 RABE, REYNA PAREDES


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28801 RABI, ROMELLA EGOT
28802 RABINA, JONATHAN GABUYO
28803 RABINO, ANNA FELIZA DALMACIO
28804 RABINO, CAMILLE ANNE ROSE VELASCO
28805 RABINO, CHRISTOPHER PAA
28806 RABINO, CZARINNA DEL CARMEN
28807 RABINO, DAISY INOH
28808 RABINO, EMERSON SAMONTE
28809 RABINO, ETHEL MANSALAPUS
28810 RABOR, MELECIO JR ATIANZAR
28811 RABORAR, KIM JIM FORDAN
28812 RABOT, CHESLYN PANELA
28813 RABOY, ANGELICA DELA CRUZ
28814 RABOY, ANNALYN JIMENEZ
28815 RABOY, MARICHI BELTES
28816 RABOY, QUENNIE BUBONGAN
28817 RABOZA, JHEMAR CONTEMPRATE
28818 RABUT, CHAREECOR PAULA ORQUE
28819 RABUYA, EDRALYN BORBANO
28820 RABUYA, JANETH LAURETA
28821 RABUYA, JOHN MICHAEL ARTIENDA
28822 RABUYA, RAJNEE LAPURE
28823 RACADAG, KAREN PICHUELA
28824 RACADAG, LIEZA FE AYCARDO
28825 RACADIO, ANGELINE BONSIL
28826 RACADIO, JOHN LORENZ MOTEA
28827 RACAL, CRISTINE NAFURA
28828 RACAL, ROSHELYN RELATO
28829 RACAZA, MARIA EDA BASALO
28830 RACCA, HANNAH JOY BUCCAT
28831 RACCA, JOYSALMS VIRAY
28832 RACELA, FRITZ COLLEN TOMAS
28833 RACELIS, MICHAEL TECSON
28834 RACELIS, SUZETTE DE PEDRO
28835 RACHO, JOHN PONCE CALICDAN
28836 RACHO, MARIA SUNAINA JUGO
28837 RACHO, VIANNE KAREN ASANZA
28838 RACILES, MICHAEL JORDE BAYLON
28839 RACIMO, WENNIE SAPADEN
28840 RACINES, EDITH AYLEON
28841 RACINES, MARY LADY PEARL ABION
28842 RACO, RAQUEL DEVOSORA
28843 RACOMA, ALEXANDER CARLOS
28844 RACOMA, IRISH KAY LAGUADOR
28845 RACOMA, JASON LAGAYA
28846 RACOSAS, AILEA KRIZZEL
28847 RACPAN, CHRISTOPHER JAN ECHINIQUE
28848 RADA, RAMIL JEDRIC ALONZO
28849 RADA, ROXANNE APRIL RIEZA
28850 RADAM, PRINCESS MANUEL


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28851 RADAZA, EVONY MAY BACLAAN
28852 RADAZA, LALAINE ETHEL SARATAO
28853 RADAZA, RYAN TABIGUE
28854 RADI, JESMER SAHADAIN
28855 RADISLAO, GERVIE RUIZ
28856 RADOC, GLENNIS BOY DAMASEN
28857 RADONES, MAIZEN PIMENTEL
28858 RADORES, APRILYN GESULTURA
28859 RADOVAN, GENELYN ESPINOSA
28860 RADOVAN, MA KATHRINA VANESSA GALAPON
28861 RADOVAN, MARIABELL IRENE SISON
28862 RADOVAN, RYAN ALEX SO
28863 RAET, JESSA MINGOY
28864 RAFA, MARY ANN DY
28865 RAFA, PAULINE GAYLE ANGELI DONCILLO
28866 RAFACON, KIRSTINE KAYLEE MARIE CRUZ
28867 RAFAEL, AARON PERKINS PICPICAN
28868 RAFAEL, CARLA JEAN SANTOS
28869 RAFAEL, CHERRY ROSE MELEGRITO
28870 RAFAEL, CRISTOPHER FLORENDO
28871 RAFAEL, DIANNE BHRYLLE TANGHAL
28872 RAFAEL, JOHNRY APRON
28873 RAFAEL, MAE ANNE
28874 RAFAEL, MARIA ANGELA OQUENDO
28875 RAFALES, KIMBERLY SILVESTRE
28876 RAFANAN, CRISMAH DIVINA
28877 RAFANAN, IVY RAPADA
28878 RAFANAN, JANINE JOYCE ABUBO
28879 RAFANAN, JANIZE JOYCE ABUBO
28880 RAFANAN, JOHNLEE QUINTERO
28881 RAFANAN, MARCELO ROXAS
28882 RAFANAN, MARICAR FERNANDEZ
28883 RAFANAN, PINKY JOY REGPALA
28884 RAFANAN, ROSALYN ROMERO
28885 RAFER, JUDE SHIERNEL MAGALLANO
28886 RAFIL, PEACHY KATHRINE CAÑEDA
28887 RAFLORES, JANELA MANGAY
28888 RAFOL, CHARMLYN ANN BERSABA
28889 RAGA, SYCHELLE RONABIO
28890 RAGADI, ISABEL JEANNE ANDRES
28891 RAGADIO, PETER PAUL SUNGA
28892 RAGADIO, SHERBOURNE BAGYEN
28893 RAGANAS, JOANNE PRINCESS TANDUYAN
28894 RAGANDAN, RAISA ADEL
28895 RAGANDAP, ELAINE JOY REYES
28896 RAGAS, JESABBEL ROBLE
28897 RAGAS, KHRISTINE CAMILLE VIVAS
28898 RAGAS, PAUL DENNIS BACANTO
28899 RAGASA, GIRLIE AGUILAR
28900 RAGASA, LUFTHAN RAPOSAS


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28901 RAGASA, PAULA RYOBI VICENCIO
28902 RAGASA, RIANNA JOY JOSE
28903 RAGASA, VANESSA MARIE TAGUMASI
28904 RAGASA, VON MACELF SAMSON
28905 RAGAT, GLADYS ANN BOLINAS
28906 RAGAY, ANNE JELICAH DELLAVA
28907 RAGAY, REY KRISTOPHER ABELLAR
28908 RAGMAC, FLORENCE AURA BUHIAN
28909 RAGMAC, MELISSA OPEÑA
28910 RAGO, JENNILYN ABLONG
28911 RAGO, JOEL SARAGINA
28912 RAGO, THEZZANEL ALBURO
28913 RAGON, QUEEN MARGARITA MUNSAYAC
28914 RAGONJAN, JENIFER LETRANCA
28915 RAGONJAN, JESSAH LYN JOY RAMBAUD
28916 RAGONTON, ROMINA MENDOZA
28917 RAGPA, JUDITH IVY EXEVEA
28918 RAGRAGIO, ROY JEGO MENDAROS
28919 RAGSAC, ALLANAH RUBY SANNADAN
28920 RAGSAC, GESSICA NOVIE BAPTISTA
28921 RAGUAL, ELEANOR GONZALES
28922 RAGUDO, ALAIN LOZANO
28923 RAGUINDIN, CINDY MAGLALANG
28924 RAGUINDIN, KIM LOUBELLE PERIA
28925 RAGUINDIN, RENEE ROZBEL MARIE RAQUEPO
28926 RAGUINI, JUSSIMAE LERIO
28927 RAGUS, JENNIE MICHELLE NOTO
28928 RAGUTANA, RICHE BADOCDOC
28929 RAIZ, JAYSCENT FERRER
28930 RAIZ, ROLLY DAP-OG
28931 RALLETA, JEROME BALLESTEROS
28932 RALLOS, JUDEE KATHERINE SOLATAN
28933 RAMA, CANDICE JOYCE DELA CRUZ
28934 RAMA, JASPER COLLADO
28935 RAMA, JAYMEL ESTOMATA
28936 RAMA, JENNY FAITH ORTIZ
28937 RAMA, LEAH GEROMO
28938 RAMAC, CATHERINE BRAGASIN
28939 RAMAO, JUDELYN MAE MULATO
28940 RAMARAMA, ARIANA BIANCA MANDAC
28941 RAMAS, JACQUILIE HALARBE
28942 RAMAS, SHARLENE PERCOL
28943 RAMASOLA, APRIL LOVE MAGDALES
28944 RAMBAUD, ALRENE JANINA PUYAOAN
28945 RAMBOYONG, MICHELLE MANAOG
28946 RAMEL, GAIL ANGELIE RAZON
28947 RAMELB, ERIC JASON SEBASTIAN
28948 RAMIENTOS, BRYLE
28949 RAMIL, IRENE LACAR
28950 RAMILLOSA, DEIDRA MILLICENT JABINES


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28951 RAMILO, BERNADETTE ROMERO
28952 RAMILO, DHONALYN GASILAN
28953 RAMILO, JULIUS CAESAR PUEDAN
28954 RAMILO, RIZALYN RAGASA
28955 RAMIREZ, ABIGAIL LORQUE
28956 RAMIREZ, ALEJANDRIA WIA ADELAINE ENRIQUEZ
28957 RAMIREZ, AMABELLA JEZA MANALO
28958 RAMIREZ, ANGELICA MANALO
28959 RAMIREZ, ANNABEL BANA-AG
28960 RAMIREZ, APRIL ROSE GARGANTA
28961 RAMIREZ, ARVYN JASON ASPURIA
28962 RAMIREZ, AUBREY HYACINTH RESULTO
28963 RAMIREZ, AYRA MYRTLE DYAN ENRIQUEZ
28964 RAMIREZ, BEVERLY JOYCE CERVAÑEZ
28965 RAMIREZ, CHARLISSE MARIE SANCHEZ
28966 RAMIREZ, CLARK EMPERADO
28967 RAMIREZ, CLORDINE AIVIE RIVERA
28968 RAMIREZ, CRISTINE JOY LAZAGA
28969 RAMIREZ, DANN LOUIE MEJIAS
28970 RAMIREZ, EARL ROBERT MALALIS
28971 RAMIREZ, FRANZ JUSTINE MANUEL
28972 RAMIREZ, GINO REY GABRIEL
28973 RAMIREZ, GLENDA PUNZALAN
28974 RAMIREZ, HARVEY PAUL MARIANO
28975 RAMIREZ, IMEE NORIZA STA MARIA
28976 RAMIREZ, JAMIE LOUISE NOLLIDO
28977 RAMIREZ, JAN RICHARD CASING
28978 RAMIREZ, JAYSON RONQUILLO
28979 RAMIREZ, JAZELYN MARQUEZ
28980 RAMIREZ, JEAN CARDEÑO
28981 RAMIREZ, JENNIFER SANTANA
28982 RAMIREZ, JERALYN PABONA
28983 RAMIREZ, JOSE ROWELL JR GEMARINO
28984 RAMIREZ, JOY DINAMLING
28985 RAMIREZ, JUDEL CLAIRE RESURRECCION
28986 RAMIREZ, KLARJAY GRACE FORTUITO
28987 RAMIREZ, KRISELAINE FLOR
28988 RAMIREZ, KRISTA ANGELICA KO
28989 RAMIREZ, LEADETH REYES
28990 RAMIREZ, MA KATRINA ABELLANO
28991 RAMIREZ, MA KRISTINA MONICA VIRATA
28992 RAMIREZ, MADELYN OSIO
28993 RAMIREZ, MARIE DE GUIA
28994 RAMIREZ, MARIE BELLE CATAMIO
28995 RAMIREZ, MARK ALCANTARA
28996 RAMIREZ, MARY EDCEL MORGADO
28997 RAMIREZ, MARY JOY FAROL
28998 RAMIREZ, MEI ANN JOY SARCIA
28999 RAMIREZ, MELJON LOUIS BERNABE
29000 RAMIREZ, PRINCE RUPERT ENCABO


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29001 RAMIREZ, RENE ANTHONY ARAWIRAN
29002 RAMIREZ, RHEA PALAC
29003 RAMIREZ, RIZEL FERRER
29004 RAMIREZ, ROWENA JASON
29005 RAMIREZ, VYERA ESPOSO
29006 RAMIREZ, ZAIRA MAY MOOG
29007 RAMIREZ, ZARRA JANE MERCADO
29008 RAMIRO, ARESTI TAMAYO
29009 RAMIRO, ELAINE ROSE TAMAYO
29010 RAMIS, RONADELLE SONON
29011 RAMISCAL, MA VICTORIA AMANDY
29012 RAMISCAL, RICHELLE ANN YANOS
29013 RAMISO, MELISSA VALDEZ
29014 RAMITERRE, EMY FRAGATA
29015 RAMIZARES, KRISTILIZA SAMPER
29016 RAMIZO, DEA MAYBER MESA
29017 RAMON, RUBY LOPEZ
29018 RAMONES, JOHN RAY FIGUEROA
29019 RAMONES, MARIA VIRGINIA RIMANDO
29020 RAMONES, NIKKO GLENN PAMINTUAN
29021 RAMONES, REGINE ANNE MATIAS
29022 RAMONES, ROSE ANN AMBITA
29023 RAMONIDA, DEE-JEY ANTIPUESTO
29024 RAMORAN, MARVIE CADELIÑA
29025 RAMORES, JEFFREY ICATLO
29026 RAMORES, MA FARAH LUISA DE VELA
29027 RAMOS, ABIGAIL GONZALES
29028 RAMOS, ADELIENE BULADACO
29029 RAMOS, ADRIAN COSTALES
29030 RAMOS, AGRIPINA BIGGAYAN
29031 RAMOS, ALDRIN CIMINI
29032 RAMOS, ALDRIN GACIAS
29033 RAMOS, ALDRIN PAUL DE GUIA
29034 RAMOS, AMIABLE IRENE GALAPIA
29035 RAMOS, AMPHIL JOIE MAGLANTAY
29036 RAMOS, ANA PATRICIA MARTINEZ
29037 RAMOS, ANGELICA CORPUZ
29038 RAMOS, ANGELICA ESQUIVEL
29039 RAMOS, ANGELICA CELIA PABLO
29040 RAMOS, ANGELO BELLEZA
29041 RAMOS, ANTONIO JR MEDRANO
29042 RAMOS, APRIL BATICAN
29043 RAMOS, ARLENE ABREU
29044 RAMOS, ARLLES CLAIR CAISIO
29045 RAMOS, AVA CAMILLA LLAIT
29046 RAMOS, BEN JOSEPH GENERALE
29047 RAMOS, BENITO ANTONIO CATAYONG
29048 RAMOS, CAMILLE JHUNIKO DE LOS ANGELES
29049 RAMOS, CARL EDWIN QUIRIONEZ
29050 RAMOS, CASELYN CHIAPCO


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29051 RAMOS, CATHERINE ASUNCION
29052 RAMOS, CECILLE SALAZAR
29053 RAMOS, CHERRY ANNE GUTIERREZ
29054 RAMOS, CHET JEREMY GENERALE
29055 RAMOS, CHRISSALIZ MEDINA
29056 RAMOS, CHRISTY LUBONG
29057 RAMOS, CIARA LHOREL ISLES
29058 RAMOS, CLARENCE AUSTRIA
29059 RAMOS, CLARIE MAE PARAISO
29060 RAMOS, DACELLA MUTYA
29061 RAMOS, DAPHNE GAY LAMOSTE
29062 RAMOS, DARYL HERMINIGILDO
29063 RAMOS, DENVER CAYAGO
29064 RAMOS, DHONNA LYN CASTRO
29065 RAMOS, DINAH CABAYO
29066 RAMOS, DONNA GUANZON
29067 RAMOS, EDSEL AMBROCIO
29068 RAMOS, EMMALYN BUGUAS
29069 RAMOS, ERIKA SANTIAGO
29070 RAMOS, FERRICA AURA AQUINO
29071 RAMOS, FIDEL NULUDDIN
29072 RAMOS, FRANCES VICTORIA TERRIBLE
29073 RAMOS, FRIEDA LYN VELASCO
29074 RAMOS, FROILAN BAUTISTA
29075 RAMOS, GERALD ALBERT CUNDANGAN
29076 RAMOS, GERRYL REGINE LIBO-ON
29077 RAMOS, GLADY WEDNESDAY TAN
29078 RAMOS, GLADYS GRACE BATAAN
29079 RAMOS, GRACE BERNADINE HERNANDEZ
29080 RAMOS, GRACE KRISTIAN TOMAS
29081 RAMOS, HAROLD DEL ROSARIO
29082 RAMOS, HAZEL DIANE BARTOLOME
29083 RAMOS, HAZEL JANE
29084 RAMOS, HEINRICH WAYNE CHIONG
29085 RAMOS, IRIS CAMILLE AMADO
29086 RAMOS, IVY CECILIA LOPEZ
29087 RAMOS, IVYNNE RAMOS
29088 RAMOS, JAKE ZIMOUN MARQUEZ
29089 RAMOS, JAMELYN MAGSINO
29090 RAMOS, JAMES EMER CUENCO
29091 RAMOS, JEAN MAREN BAYOT
29092 RAMOS, JEFFERSON DAGUINES
29093 RAMOS, JEJARAM JAVIER
29094 RAMOS, JEMARIE DELA CRUZ
29095 RAMOS, JENELYN PALMES
29096 RAMOS, JENNIFER ACOSTA
29097 RAMOS, JERALD VILLANUEVA
29098 RAMOS, JESSIE PERALTA
29099 RAMOS, JESUS FRANKLIN DE GUZMAN
29100 RAMOS, JEWEL ESTACIO


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29101 RAMOS, JIZEL CARLA CIELOS
29102 RAMOS, JOANNA MARIE ARANAS
29103 RAMOS, JOHN LESTER PERIDO
29104 RAMOS, JOHN PAUL BERON
29105 RAMOS, JOVAN SAGUN
29106 RAMOS, JOYCE CASCO
29107 RAMOS, JUNE PAULL NOWELL RAMOS
29108 RAMOS, JUVELY DOLORES
29109 RAMOS, KAREN JANE SADARAN
29110 RAMOS, KATHLEEN ALINTANA
29111 RAMOS, KATHLEEN CASTILLO
29112 RAMOS, KATHRENE DE LA CRUZ
29113 RAMOS, KATHRINA MARY JUSTO
29114 RAMOS, KATRINA ORDOÑEZ
29115 RAMOS, KEITHLEEN ALINTANA
29116 RAMOS, KENNETH REY SALAR
29117 RAMOS, KLARENZ JOY LEAL
29118 RAMOS, KRIA MAE CLAVERAZ
29119 RAMOS, KRIEZEL NENITA CLEMENTE
29120 RAMOS, KRIS FERNANDO GOZAR
29121 RAMOS, KRISTINA AQUINO
29122 RAMOS, KRISTINA MARGARETH RESUELLO
29123 RAMOS, KRISTINE FAYE MAGAT
29124 RAMOS, KRISTINE MARIELLE MENDEZ
29125 RAMOS, KRISTINE PAULINE NAGUTOM
29126 RAMOS, LADY KATHRINA ANDAYA
29127 RAMOS, LARA MAY ARCA
29128 RAMOS, LAWRENCE JAMES DIZON
29129 RAMOS, LEONIL CABIA
29130 RAMOS, LEOVIR LINTAG
29131 RAMOS, LOUIS GILBERT ORQUINA
29132 RAMOS, LUIS PHILIP NAPIZA
29133 RAMOS, MA CARLA KATRINA VIERNES
29134 RAMOS, MA ERIKA MALONZO
29135 RAMOS, MA EUNICA ILAGAN
29136 RAMOS, MADELAINE CAPISTRANO
29137 RAMOS, MARA JANIELLE INZON
29138 RAMOS, MARC ANDREI OGA
29139 RAMOS, MARIA ELEAFIL MANIGQUE
29140 RAMOS, MARIA ELEANOR MANUEL
29141 RAMOS, MARIA ELENA RAMOS
29142 RAMOS, MARIA LIGAYA BALINO
29143 RAMOS, MARICON SALINAS
29144 RAMOS, MARIE FEBBIE ANN VILLAVECENCIO
29145 RAMOS, MARIE JAMIELLE LAT
29146 RAMOS, MARIGOLD BABA
29147 RAMOS, MARIKRIS CAGUIOA
29148 RAMOS, MARK ANTHONY DELA CRUZ
29149 RAMOS, MARK GLLEN ACERA
29150 RAMOS, MARK JESUN JIMENEZ


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29151 RAMOS, MARK YVAN LAGPAO
29152 RAMOS, MARLEE DATINGGALING
29153 RAMOS, MARRA QUIACHON
29154 RAMOS, MARY JANE MEDINA
29155 RAMOS, MARY JOY DUBLADO
29156 RAMOS, MARY-JOYCE ESCUBIDO
29157 RAMOS, MELVIN JONES ORENDAIN
29158 RAMOS, MERIANELLE AQUINO
29159 RAMOS, MERYL HELEN MAE IGSOC
29160 RAMOS, MICHELLE CABESO
29161 RAMOS, MICHELLE PARENTILA
29162 RAMOS, MICHELLE JOY SANGLAY
29163 RAMOS, MONALYN LAVADOR
29164 RAMOS, NANCY CANCINO
29165 RAMOS, NESHELLE ANNIE JAY DAIYAN
29166 RAMOS, NIÑO DE LEON
29167 RAMOS, NONILYN MABULAC
29168 RAMOS, PAMELA MARIZ DE JOYA
29169 RAMOS, PRINCESS KATHERINE BISCO
29170 RAMOS, RACE JOY MARIE AUSENTES
29171 RAMOS, RANVER JAKE MANALOTO
29172 RAMOS, RAY MARK TIPAWAN
29173 RAMOS, RAYMART FABROA
29174 RAMOS, RAYMOND SECIBAN
29175 RAMOS, REDMON ARANTE
29176 RAMOS, REGINA BOBILA
29177 RAMOS, RENEE MAE DAMASCO
29178 RAMOS, RENHEL ANTHONY FABROS
29179 RAMOS, RHEALYN CANASA
29180 RAMOS, RHEMA CARONONGAN
29181 RAMOS, RIA ANGELICA FAMILARA
29182 RAMOS, ROCHELLIE RICALDE
29183 RAMOS, ROILZEMER LEAMSI SANTOS
29184 RAMOS, ROMIELLE GRAZEL JOI HERNANDEZ
29185 RAMOS, RON PAULO GATCHALIAN
29186 RAMOS, RONA MACALINGAY
29187 RAMOS, RUBY SALAMIDA
29188 RAMOS, SEICHELLE MARIE ACACIO
29189 RAMOS, SHALOM DEO BUEZA
29190 RAMOS, SHEILA LAYASAN
29191 RAMOS, SHEILA MARIE FRIAS
29192 RAMOS, SHEREE ANN DOMINGO
29193 RAMOS, SHERWIN JEFFERSON CENON
29194 RAMOS, SHERWIN TRISTAN SENADOR
29195 RAMOS, SHERYL SAQUING
29196 RAMOS, VANESSA VICTORINO
29197 RAMOS, VENUS JOROLAN
29198 RAMOS, VICTOR JOSEPH HERNANDEZ
29199 RAMOS, WILSON ESTACIO
29200 RAMOS, WYLEEN DIVINA


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29201 RAMOS, ZENICA MAE ROXAS
29202 RAMOSO, JHOVELL MARC EFONDO
29203 RAMSEY, CHARLES BRYAN SEECHUA
29204 RANA, ARIAN DERICK ALFONSO
29205 RANA, KHAREN LATRAS
29206 RANA, MARICAR DIMAPASOC
29207 RANADA, KRIZZIA ISABEL CO
29208 RANAIN, MARIAM TAGWALAN
29209 RANALO, PATRICK CUSTODIO
29210 RANARA, ARMELYN FLORES
29211 RANARA, CHARMIE PATAN
29212 RANARA, JIMI HILDO LLONA
29213 RANARA, JOANNA ABIGAIL MERENCILLA
29214 RANARIO, CHRISTOPHER REY MAGARAO
29215 RANARIO, RONALD ROSAL
29216 RANAS, GEREL CABASAGAN
29217 RANAS, JEREMY RAAN ANCHETA
29218 RANCAP, MARY KRYSTAL LOVEJE
29219 RANCAPAN, ELIZA GATCHALIAN
29220 RANCAPERO, JOYCE RAZONABLE
29221 RANCES, CLARIZZEL MARI DEL MUNDO
29222 RANCES, JOHN CHRISTOPHER HERRERA
29223 RANCHES, CHRIS ANNE MAE BAUTISTA
29224 RANCHES, LORNA DACOCOS
29225 RANDA, AIMAN DELA CRUZ
29226 RANERA, MARVIN CHRISTIAN LARENA
29227 RANGA, RACHEL ANN MIRANDA
29228 RANGEL, JERWIN FALCESO
29229 RANGPAS, FILAMOR JR ALCANTARA
29230 RANILLO, CAMILLE VICTORIA KEPA
29231 RANIN, JULIE ANN DE LEON
29232 RANIN, YUMI MORIE OLAN
29233 RANIS, VELERIE NAMUAG
29234 RANJO, JOYCE CHRISTINE POBLETE
29235 RANTAEL, JESSIE OBIAS
29236 RANTE, MA NOVA WEE
29237 RANTE, MARY JOVY HYACINTH HOMECILLO
29238 RAOTRAOT, LLOYD CYRIL AHAT
29239 RAPADA, RICHA PAZ LIM
29240 RAPADAS, RALPH LUIGIE ARCENAS
29241 RAPAL, BERNADETTE CUARESMA
29242 RAPANAN, CHERRY BIALA
29243 RAPANAN, KRISTALYN MAGBALETA
29244 RAPANAN, RICHARD MICHAEL LAGMAY
29245 RAPANUT, AEVIRA AURA AURELLADO
29246 RAPANUT, CLARET HAZEL REFUERZO
29247 RAPANUT, HAZEL JOY ORENCIA
29248 RAPANUT, MARY JANE EDUARTE
29249 RAPANUT, ROBIN JOHN POLANCO
29250 RAPAS, MARIVIC YNESSA ATUAN


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29251 RAPAYA, TETCH BRYAN MAPALO
29252 RAPISURA, KAREN DIANE MEDRANO
29253 RAPOSA, DIANNE KAYE SEÑAR
29254 RAPOSAS, ROXANNE JOY TALEON
29255 RAPSING, GAEZY MARIE QUIRAO
29256 RAPUSO, REGINALD CHALMAS
29257 RAQUEL, BERNADETTE PAULINE LAPEÑA
29258 RAQUEL, JHOGIE JAVIER
29259 RAQUEL, LORENA MACARAEG
29260 RAQUEL, MICHAEL ANGELO CORTEZ
29261 RAQUEL, VINCENT JOHN LIM
29262 RAQUEPO, VANESSA MENDOZA
29263 RAQUEÑO, ALLEN PINTO
29264 RAQUEÑO, ANTONETTE ALCANTARA
29265 RAQUID, DONNA MAE REFE
29266 RAQUINIO, AUDREY PRECIOUS
29267 RAQUINIO, IRYNN KRISSEL MASI
29268 RAQUINIO, RICARDO JR LAMER
29269 RAQUION, AL KENNETH MASIP
29270 RAQUION, MARY JADE ORENCIA
29271 RARA, MARIA CASANDRA MAGAT
29272 RARELA, LENLI GRACE IÑIGO
29273 RAROQUE, MARK CONRAD BANGSAL
29274 RAROS, KRISTINE MAY ILDEFONSO
29275 RAS, ANA MARIA LOURDES CUETO
29276 RASALAN, MARILOU MANIBOG
29277 RASALAN, ZYDA MARASIGAN
29278 RASAY, GERALDINE GUILLERMO
29279 RASAY, ISHTAR LOVERN PASCUAL
29280 RASAY, LOUGIE RAY ABDON
29281 RASCAL, RAHMAN INDAL
29282 RASCO, DEAN CAMU
29283 RASCO, MARIA ELAINE LAMADRID
29284 RASID, NOROLBAYAN RASHID
29285 RASING, AIDA LYN RAMOS
29286 RASONABE, AIZA MALLORCA
29287 RASOS, NAIFA MUSNGI
29288 RASPADO, VERNA LEA AGOTO
29289 RATAG, SUKARNO JR ABDULMAJID
29290 RATILLA, KATHLEEN BLESS VARQUEZ
29291 RATIO, DRYDEN LUKE DE GUZMAN
29292 RATO, CHRISTENE SALIGAN
29293 RAUPAN, HANNAN ANGUSO
29294 RAVAGO, ARRAH PEREZ
29295 RAVAGO, ROXANNE JANE GABAS
29296 RAVAL, STEPHANIE PERLOTA
29297 RAVALO, MA FATIMA MALLORCA
29298 RAVANCHO, NIKKO BALINTAG
29299 RAVARRA, ALAIZA ABIGAEL ABRA
29300 RAVELAS, CHRISTOPHER RYAN LAGUDA


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29301 RAVELO, ALBERTO II NERI
29302 RAVELO, GLENDA DELA CRUZ
29303 RAVELO, ROMANIE MELENDEZ
29304 RAVELO, THEODORE ARTHUR KATINDIG
29305 RAVENA, IRENE CHAN
29306 RAVENA, TARRA MAE AGUAYO
29307 RAVINA, JOHN PATRICK GILLES
29308 RAVINA, MARVIN REBUDAL
29309 RAVINO, JOYCE ANN SEVILLA
29310 RAVIZ, ROBELIZA JOYZE RIVERA
29311 RAYA, JAMIER ATAZAR
29312 RAYALA, ROMMEL RAM CATAPAT
29313 RAYCO, MICHELLE ANGELOU BARROSA
29314 RAYMAN, EA YVONNE PAPA
29315 RAYMUNDO, CARLO RAFAELLI ARCEGA
29316 RAYMUNDO, CHERRY LYN ESGUERRA
29317 RAYMUNDO, EURECKA CHOMACOG
29318 RAYMUNDO, JEAN PAULA MANANGAN
29319 RAYMUNDO, JOMAR MAGNO
29320 RAYMUNDO, KRISKA NOELLE VALENCIA
29321 RAYMUNDO, KRISTINE ELAINE ALVAREZ
29322 RAYMUNDO, LEOSITA MANUEL
29323 RAYMUNDO, MARIA BELEN VICTORIA COSTALES
29324 RAYMUNDO, MARIA KATHRINA GARCIA
29325 RAYMUNDO, MYLEEN EVANGELISTA
29326 RAYMUNDO, NICOLE FORONDA
29327 RAYMUNDO, PATRICK DUANE TORRES
29328 RAYMUNDO, PAUL AARON FEENEY
29329 RAYMUNDO, PRECIOUS ANNE SANCHEZ
29330 RAYMUNDO, SIENTEL NAVARRO
29331 RAYNALDO, RENNYL CAMINSE
29332 RAYNES, KATHLEEN CHARISSE PILAPIL
29333 RAYNON, EUNICE MACAYAN
29334 RAYO, CATHERINE PEREZ
29335 RAYO, CHARMAINE ANN YSABEL LADISLA
29336 RAYO, KORENA RARELA
29337 RAYO, LEONORA CARPIO
29338 RAYO, MARICAR CRUZ
29339 RAYOS, VIOLET MACAIRAP
29340 RAYOS DEL SOL, BETTINA JEAN EVANGELISTA
29341 RAYRAY, RHYAN MILLAN
29342 RAZ, ANNA ALRIZA DAQUIOAG
29343 RAZAL, AMOR JR AGUILAR
29344 RAZAL, JOYCE REBATIS
29345 RAZAL, MAIA ANDREA TEMPLONUEVO
29346 RAZO, LIMUEL JR LOSORATA
29347 RAZON, ANNE GILLIAN DANGANAN
29348 RAZON, BORIS LEONOR
29349 RAZON, KRISTINE EMILLE CUETO
29350 RAZON, MYRNA II PONCE


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29351 RAZON, ROSE ANNE CONSTANTINO
29352 RAZON, SHANE PRADEZ
29353 RAZONA, JOSEPHINE RICALDE
29354 RAZONABLE, THEA CZARINA BADUA
29355 RAÑA, APRIL GRACE DE VERA
29356 RAÑADA, ROXANNE NIKHAIL MISAGAL
29357 RAÑESES, ANNA LOU VELUZ
29358 RAÑESES, JERICO OLAYTA
29359 RAÑESES, MA REALYN PAGAL
29360 RAÑIN, GIEN CARLO
29361 RAÑIN, JAYNE MARIE REBOLLOS
29362 RAÑISES, ROSE MARGARETH DEQUITO
29363 RAÑOA, ROZEL CARMI LIM
29364 RAÑOLA, ARIANNE JANE YGBUHAY
29365 RAÑOLA, BETTINA JANIN CHAVEZ
29366 RAÑOLA, JARL NEO GALIDO
29367 RAÑOSA, NIÑA JANESSA RENIVA
29368 REA, ARGEL JOSEPH PASCUAL
29369 REA, KATRINA MAE PASCUAL
29370 REA, MA CECILIA BOQUIREN
29371 REA, MARY CATHERINE DEDORO
29372 REAL, AIZA CABUTAJE
29373 REAL, ANJELICA YAP
29374 REAL, CHRISTINE TABANGCURA
29375 REAL, IRISH MAY BARREDO
29376 REAL, JONA BORIGAS
29377 REAL, MARK ANTHONY ORIVIDA
29378 REAL, MARYNOR ALARCON
29379 REAL, NONAMARIE ALARCON
29380 REAL, VERONICA ILAGAN
29381 REALCO, MARIA CARMELA RICARIO
29382 REALES, JUDY CHIONG
29383 REALES, WINDSOR OCTAVIANO
29384 REALINO, SHERYL GREGORIO
29385 REALIS, JESSICA CONSTANTINO
29386 REALIZAN, APRIL ROSE BONAOBRA
29387 REALUYO, JANINE FEBIE BIROT
29388 REALUYO, LYNNETTE ANNE FRANCIA
29389 REAMBILLO, HAMILLE KAYE PANCHO
29390 REAMON, PRINCESS LIAHONA GUMAWID
29391 REANDO, RHEA MAE OPADA
29392 REARIO, MARIGIE IBIAS
29393 REAS, REY ANTHONY ZALUN
29394 REAZO, MARRIE JAY MARTINEZ
29395 REBALBOS, JESSON JONES LEE
29396 REBANAL, KARISSA MONTESA
29397 REBANCOS, CHYNNA MARIE IMPERIAL
29398 REBANCOS, DANICA CAMMILLE RIÑON
29399 REBAO, IVANA SAIDE BARCELO
29400 REBARBAS, CACHEREL SARAMOSING


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29401 REBLANDO, KATRINA MOLET
29402 REBOJA, JOAN RESOLME
29403 REBOJO, GIZELLE MACE TABARES
29404 REBOLLEDO, BLESSILE CASIDSID
29405 REBOLLEDO, JULIE ANN BULATAO
29406 REBOLLIDO, JENNY LORAINE LAGASCA
29407 REBOLLOS, JAMES JIMENO
29408 REBONG, JARRIE ROSE JUANE
29409 REBONG, JOAN HERNANDEZ
29410 REBONG, KARINA DELOS REYES
29411 REBOSURA, ROXANNE MAE PINLAC
29412 REBUA, MC ROBERT FACUN
29413 REBUCAS, QUEENIE LYN SALOMON
29414 REBULTAN, JESUS JEREMIAH MIGRIÑO
29415 REBURIANO, SARAH BLASCO
29416 REBUSIT, ROLLIE ANN TANGPUS
29417 REBUYAN, LORIE BERNADETH MANGUYAB
29418 REBUYON, MELANIE NACIONAL
29419 RECABAR, JEZZA MARIE VELONERO
29420 RECAMADAS, LITO JR MATILDO
29421 RECAMADAS, RALPH EDMUND MIÑOZA
29422 RECAMADAS, RITCHILLE PALADAR
29423 RECAMUNDA, JOANNE ANDES
29424 RECAPENTE, ANTONIETTA CAMBONGA
29425 RECATO, JEZREEL ANN SAN JUAN
29426 RECAÑA, KRISTINE APOSTOL
29427 RECAÑA, MONELLA NIÑA ZOLETA
29428 RECEDE, ALDWIN ANTHONY BARBO
29429 RECEDE, DANICA JOY CALINGASAN
29430 RECEL, JAN RANDEL VALLE
29431 RECEPCION, MAE ANN LOPEZ
29432 RECIDE, GROSEILO JADE FERMANO
29433 RECIERDO, CHRISTOPHER RAYCO
29434 RECILE, RAISA COYUPAN
29435 RECILLA, JIRA DOLLETE
29436 RECILLES, JORGE JR CUERPO
29437 RECIMILLA, KAY VILLAROSA
29438 RECIO, BRIAN ABNER SAGARINO
29439 RECLA, GEL MARIE SHANE CEROS
29440 RECLA, MAY ANNE KHEY
29441 RECOCO, FRANCIS MAY DAGANTA
29442 RECODO, ARLENE SABELLA
29443 RECOMETA, SHEENA-AMOR MACASO
29444 RECREO, SLOANA ZEVEDIA MENDEZ
29445 RECTA, MARYNEL BRAVO
29446 RECTO, GRACE PARAS
29447 RECTO, KAREN JOYCE MONTON
29448 RECTO, LEIGH SAMANTHA DANGANAN
29449 RECTO, ROBERTO JR SANT'ANA
29450 RECUPERO, PRINCE BERNADETTE NAGAL


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29451 RED, CARLA MARIE FLORITA
29452 RED, CELESTE PADOR
29453 RED, CHERRY GUEVARA
29454 RED, GENERLYN FALCULAN
29455 RED, GLAZIEL NOBLEZA
29456 REDADO, KAREN ANN ANDAL
29457 REDANO, JEFFREY GAITAN
29458 REDAUS, GERALDINE GRACE RACADIO
29459 REDDING, MARGARET RAMOS
29460 REDELOSA, KAREN JANE PILAPIL
29461 REDIL, HILRED FLOYD HILAY
29462 REDILLAS, ROMUALDO BALDOVINO
29463 REDOBLADO, HANNAH RICAFORT
29464 REDOBLE, GERLY MARK RAGANIT
29465 REDON, KENNETH ADRIAN BLANCO
29466 REDONDO, JASMIN MIJARES
29467 REDONDO, LHEA PEQUERAS
29468 REDONDO, MA ANA CHINESA CUNANAN
29469 REDONDO, MARIA REBECCA JADOL
29470 REDUBLO, RAFAEL III JAVIER
29471 REDULLA, MISAEL JR PATES
29472 REFE, MARIA ROBEMIAH REVALE
29473 REFERIZA, ACE ANTHONY GANTONG
29474 REFERIZA, LIEZEL BRONGCANO
29475 REFIL, CISLEN QUILLOPAS
29476 REFINA, KRISTINE VARONA
29477 REFORBA, SHIKI CHARELLE PAGUIA
29478 REFORMA, MARK ANTHONY RONDERA
29479 REFORSADO, RUTH MARNELLI LEGION
29480 REFUERZO, JECELYN KATRINA REFUERZO
29481 REFUERZO, MYLENE BORROMEO
29482 REFUERZO, REGINE FAE PASCUAL
29483 REFUGIO, FARRAH MAE DALUMPINES
29484 REFUGIO, MARY GRACE RAMIREZ
29485 REG, MA ALYSSA GRACE ORDOÑO
29486 REGACHO, CHRISTINE JOY LACUATA
29487 REGACHUELO, JAYCYL MANRIQUE
29488 REGACHUELO, MARY ROSE GALIT
29489 REGAL, ANALYN RAYEL
29490 REGALA, ALBERT TIANGGAN
29491 REGALA, GLAIZA MARIANO
29492 REGALA, IRISH KRISEL BARBOSA
29493 REGALA, JEAN THERESE CUNANAN
29494 REGALA, KARL KEVIN DELA RESMA
29495 REGALA, RJAY PAULO CAPUNO
29496 REGALADO, JANINE MARIE BAYOCO
29497 REGALADO, LOUIE JAY SEPE
29498 REGALADO, MIKA TADOY
29499 REGALADO, NORISSA QUIAMCO
29500 REGALARIO, ANGELA JOY DOMINGO


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29501 REGALARIO, MARILOU JOYCE CAMARISTA
29502 REGASAJO, DALLY JILL BATAC
29503 REGASPI, NICA MARICIELO CALIMAG
29504 REGATALIO, ARNIL MOMBAY
29505 REGAÑA, NOBLE FERDINAND TAÑEDA
29506 REGENCIA, DIOFEL SUMALPONG
29507 REGENTE, OMAR MORALES
29508 REGIDOR, ALICIA LORRAIN ESPIRITU
29509 REGIDOR, JOHARA MICAH PANA
29510 REGIDOR, MICAH ANGELA MALIXI
29511 REGINALDO, KC VELLE PAGANGPANG
29512 REGINALDO, MARIE LOUISE QUE
29513 REGINIO, EDHENE MAE RIOFLORIDO
29514 REGINIO, SHEINA MAAÑO
29515 REGINO, JESELITA PANGAN
29516 REGIS, BENJE LOU CANDA
29517 REGIS, DICK STEVEN QUINDAO
29518 REGIS, KATHERENE LOCSIN
29519 REGIS, MINFRED OLEN CYBILL VARGAS
29520 REGIS, PRINCESS ANGELINE REYES
29521 REGIS, RACY ANNE ACUÑA
29522 REGIS, RICA MARIZ MANTARING
29523 REGLA, CHERRY DELA CRUZ
29524 REGLA, LUVEZA CAWALING
29525 REGLA, NIKO KIM TIMOTHY REMOJO
29526 REGLOS, APRIL BARRETTO
29527 REGLOS, ROSE ANNE DALIT
29528 REGPALA, CRISTY LOPEZ
29529 REGUA, CHRISTITA DE GUZMAN
29530 REINANTE, GELYN CALINDAS
29531 REJANO, GIAN CARLO LIM
29532 REJANO, MA STACEY JERDETTE RALA
29533 REJANO, NEIL PATRICK NAVARRO
29534 REJANTE, ERIKA JULIA DEE
29535 REJANTE, RACHEL ANN GRAMATA
29536 REJAS, BEVERLY ANN CALACAT
29537 REJAS, CINDY VALLEDOR
29538 REJUSO, ASTOR ORO MENDEZ
29539 REJUSO, JENNIFER FORTADES
29540 RELABO, MARGARETH DELA CRUZ
29541 RELAMPAGOS, DASHA MAE ZARSONA
29542 RELANIZA, RACHEL ANN FADINO
29543 RELANO, RECHILDA BALUIS
29544 RELANO, VANESSA LUYA
29545 RELATIVO, IMY VANESSA BUSTARGA
29546 RELATO, MARK ANTHONY MORAO
29547 RELATO, MICHELLE
29548 RELAVO, GERALDINE CABIGAS
29549 RELENTE, MARIO RUFINO PUNAY
29550 RELEVO, MARY ELOISA ROSALES


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29551 RELIZAN, MARC VIRNAN RIVERA
29552 RELLAMA, RAE SYBIL HERRADURA
29553 RELLES, ALDRIN PONTEJOS
29554 RELLES, IRIS MAE BELGADO
29555 RELLETA, DULCE BIMEDA
29556 RELLEVE, BRENDA CARBAJA
29557 RELLEVE, JOANNE KRISTINE ANTE
29558 RELLEVE, MARTIN LOUIS JARQUIO
29559 RELLEVE, MARY ANNE MEJIA
29560 RELLOQUE, MARA YVONNE PORNOBI
29561 RELOBAN, CATHERINE CORTEZ
29562 RELOJ, SHALOM GRACE FORNAL
29563 RELON, KATHERINE LARGO
29564 RELON, KATHLEEN LARGO
29565 RELON, LORD SIDNEY VICENTILLO
29566 RELOS, PAULINE BIANCA ROCAFORT
29567 RELOVA, ALDREIN JEINI BONAFE
29568 RELOVA, JOSHUA REI BRAVANTE
29569 RELOVA, MADELYN ANGELES
29570 RELOVA, THERESE ANNE CELAJES
29571 RELUCIO, ANALIZA GERMINO
29572 RELUCIO, EIANNEL BALIBALOS
29573 RELUCIO, JESSICA PERIHAN
29574 RELUCIO, LESTER DEAN ORLAIN
29575 RELUCIO, MONICA JOY AVILA
29576 RELUYA, KRIZTAL EREZ JUEZAN
29577 REMALLA, BRYAN TANGAN
29578 REMATA, MARY KRIS QUIACHON
29579 REMEGIO, CARL GERALD VASQUEZ
29580 REMEGIO, JHUN ANTHONY SUMAYLO
29581 REMEGIO, ROZANNE SOY
29582 REMIGIO, ANGELIE ABUYUAN
29583 REMIGIO, MARIELLE ANGELICA GONZALES
29584 REMIGIO, MELFORD QUIRAY
29585 REMILLA, CHRIZALEE JOY
29586 REMOJO, GWENDOLYN GALLO
29587 REMOLAR, MARIFE POLO
29588 REMOLLO, DYNAH MARIE JALAPAN
29589 REMOLLO, RAMONITO ELLIMA
29590 REMON, REGINE DELA CRUZ
29591 REMONDE, JACQUELINE AGUILAR
29592 REMOTIGUE, JENILYN RICANA
29593 REMOTIN, BUENA SHEMIE GARCIA
29594 REMOTO, HAYZEL RIVERA
29595 REMPILLO, CHRISLENE FERNANDEZ
29596 REMPILLO, HAROLD AVE JR MAJADAS
29597 REMPILLO, MIGNON OMAÑA
29598 REMPIS, RESH ESPLANA
29599 REMULAR, JAY-AR RABAJA
29600 REMULTA, JUNEVIE GASATAYA


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29601 RENACIA, NIJA ANGELI CONCHA
29602 RENDAJE, ADRIAN MANEJERO
29603 RENDAL, AREX ALMANZOR
29604 RENDON, CHRISTINE LARA SISON
29605 RENDON, KAREN SUMPIO
29606 RENDON, RAY MARTIN DIAZ
29607 RENDON, RONA EBOÑA
29608 RENDOQUE, CLARINA GRACE ABELLA
29609 RENOJO, ISABEL FERNANDEZ
29610 RENOLLA, JENICA MARIE REGLOS
29611 RENON, MAXWELL JONES VANADERO
29612 RENTILLO, REGINE ANN SONCUYA
29613 RENTORIA, ROWENA MARIE FAJARDO
29614 RENTOY, MARIE JOYCE NAVE
29615 RENTUTAR, MARIA ANGELICA TEJADA
29616 REODIQUE, BLESSY MAE NICOL
29617 REOLADA, JEROME CABREJAS
29618 REOSIA, SHELLEY MAE RACOMA
29619 REPAREP, LOVELY AIZA MONTECILLO
29620 REPASO, ANN MARIELLE CASTRO
29621 REPATO, MAYUMI MAIKA SALVADOR
29622 REPATO, RICMEL BATONGBAKAL
29623 REPATO, ROMNICK BAUTISTA
29624 REPATO, WEENDY GAMBOA
29625 REPELAR, LUCKY LOPEZ
29626 REPOLIDO, ANNA MARIE MISSION
29627 REPOLIDO, MARIVEL MISSION
29628 REPOLLES, CLARIZA MAPE
29629 REPOLLO, RAPHAEL DIAZ
29630 REPOLLO, REYCHELLE ANNE ALEJANDRO
29631 REPOLLO, SHERWIN CULTURA
29632 REPONTE, JAN RITZ SORIANO
29633 REPOTENTE, KACY NOLASCO
29634 REPUTAS, MICHAEL RYAN YONZON
29635 REPUYAN, RHEADELLE ADORA
29636 REQUEJO, APRIL ANNE PURIFICACION
29637 REQUEJO, VEN JULIO RUBIO
29638 REQUERON, JOSE ALETO OMUSORA
29639 REQUINA, APRILEN ZAPICO
29640 REQUINTIN, JORELYN LEAL
29641 REQUINTO, JHOMAR GAERLAN
29642 REQUISO, MARK CHRISTIAN VIRAY
29643 REROMA, KREETHE AILA BANDOLA
29644 RESANO, NIKKO PADPAD
29645 RESCATE, JEROME MOLAS
29646 RESCO, BRIX LAURENCE ESPARES
29647 RESELOSA, CATHYLYN MAE DEGOLLADO
29648 RESICO, SHELLEY JADE RIMANO
29649 RESIDUO, JOEMAR FRIAS
29650 RESILVA, EPHRAIM JOHN PIRANTE


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29651 RESMA, ERRIEKA MANALO
29652 RESMEROS, EMELIE GRACE MANTUA
29653 RESOLO, METHEL DOMOSDOS
29654 RESONABLE, LEYNALYN PARDO
29655 RESPECIA, JOHN BLAS GONZALES
29656 RESPECIA, MARICEL VALLESCAS
29657 RESPICIO, DYANA ALTAR
29658 RESPICIO, GRACE ORTEGA
29659 RESPICIO, JICEL BAYLE
29660 RESPICIO, KARINA ANGELA CAGASAN
29661 RESPICIO, KEVIN JAKE BALTAZAR
29662 RESPICIO, MERLYN TUMBOC
29663 RESPOSO, RIZA FLOR CABRESTANTE
29664 RESPUESTO, RAYMART ASIS
29665 RESTAURO, EVELIZA ABARQUEZ
29666 RESTAURO, LEDI MAE MUAÑA
29667 RESTERIO, EDSEL RAFAEL CONDES
29668 RESTIFICAR, WELTON CHAN
29669 RESTON, ABIGAIL TOLENTINO
29670 RESTON, FRENCIS FATIMA AMPER
29671 RESTOSO, LORNA DE JUAN
29672 RESTUA, ARJUNN RUSSEN LOPEZ
29673 RESUELLO, ARVINELLE LOPEZ
29674 RESUELLO, NICO GUEVARRA
29675 RESUELLO, RANIEL ARIOLA
29676 RESUELO, JULIE ANN CABALUNA
29677 RESUENA, REX CHRISTIAN RANCES
29678 RESULTAN, GRACE CHING
29679 RESULTAY, STEPHANIE ROTAIRO
29680 RESUMA, KHRISTINE RY LABAYEN
29681 RESURRECCION, AILLAN CHICO
29682 RESURRECCION, FRANCESCA MARI DOMINGO
29683 RESURRECCION, GLENN CASTILLO
29684 RESURRECCION, JAIME RENZ PABLO
29685 RESURRECCION, JAN OWEN AMADA
29686 RESURRECCION, JANICE OBILLE
29687 RESURRECCION, JAYNE CARIG
29688 RESURRECCION, KEVIN OCAMPO
29689 RESURRECCION, LYSTER MARTINEZ
29690 RESURRECCION, MA ARISTHEA ORTAÑEZ
29691 RESUTA, JOHN DARYL OVIEDO
29692 RETARDO, MARY GRACE AMAZA
29693 RETAZO, MICHELLE ASCAÑO
29694 RETERACION, CHRISTIAN CABALLERO
29695 RETERBA, JAY IAN CAPILITAN
29696 RETES, ANA MARIE SEDILLO
29697 RETINO, RIJEN LABAN
29698 RETIRADO, JULIET VENIEGAS
29699 RETITA, JACELLE DIANE SALON
29700 RETOS, ROSE ANNE IGUAL


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29701 RETURAN, DOROVIC TIENZO
29702 RETUTA, ANGELICA BALDOVINO
29703 RETUYA, ROSE ANN OLIDAN
29704 REUPTA, IANNE KATE ROCILI
29705 REUYAN, GRACIEL IANIE CABAHUG
29706 REUYAN, ROSE BYRD ATOK
29707 REVANO, SHAONAN AUREUS
29708 REVELLAME, ARNOLD BOREGAS
29709 REVELO, CHARISSA MAE APAAP
29710 REVELO, DESIREE ROSE SAGUN
29711 REVILLA, ANA MARIE TERESITA BANZON
29712 REVILLA, JESSIELOU NILLAS
29713 REVILLA, JESSIELYN NILLAS
29714 REVILLA, KATHERINE JANE OLAC
29715 REVILLA, MA ESTER VENUS LAGUERTA
29716 REVILLA, MA LOURDES SOLANO
29717 REVILLA, MARIA VENICE OLEO
29718 REVILLA, MARINETTE BAUTISTA
29719 REVILLA, MICHAEL ANGELO RAMIRO
29720 REVILLEZA, MARGARITA GLORIA
29721 REVOLTAR, ROVY KATE RODRIGUEZ
29722 REVUELTA, ALBERTO VICENTE CALIMOSO
29723 REX, ANNA MARIE RENIVA
29724 REY, KRISTOFFERSON ESPIRITU
29725 REY, LESLIE ANNE RAMIREZ
29726 REY, RUBY RAMIRO
29727 REY, SAMANTHA JEAN ALAMARES
29728 REYES, ABEGAIL CARLOS
29729 REYES, ALDRIN ALLAN IGNACIO
29730 REYES, ALDRIN PAUL REYES
29731 REYES, ALEXIS JUDE SANDIL
29732 REYES, ALLAN ANTONIO
29733 REYES, AMAZING GRACE PALAD
29734 REYES, ANGELA LAUDERES
29735 REYES, ANGELICA ADVINCULA
29736 REYES, ANGELICA DE MATEO
29737 REYES, ANJELICA RUTH PAYADON
29738 REYES, APRIL ANNE FRISCO
29739 REYES, APRIL JOY DIVINAGRACIA
29740 REYES, APRIL MARIE ORENSE
29741 REYES, ARCELYN JOY TALLORIN
29742 REYES, AREANE GREGORIO
29743 REYES, ARIES PATRICK ABADILLA
29744 REYES, ARNEL JOHN ESTRELLA
29745 REYES, AUBREY CARMELEEN SANCHEZ
29746 REYES, AUDRELYNN TRANATE
29747 REYES, BABY JEAN BANAWA
29748 REYES, BENJIELOU QUIZON
29749 REYES, BERNADETTE BURAC
29750 REYES, BERNADETTE MATIAS


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29751 REYES, BERNIEDETH QUIJANO
29752 REYES, BOBBY CRUZ
29753 REYES, BON JOVIE ARAÑO
29754 REYES, BONNI JACOB
29755 REYES, BRADLEY CAPUNO
29756 REYES, BRYAN JARMON KIM RAFER
29757 REYES, CARISSA MAE NUÑEZ
29758 REYES, CARLA ANNA THERESA SULANGI
29759 REYES, CARMELA FRANCES PINEDA
29760 REYES, CARMELINA CASTRO
29761 REYES, CATHERINE CALLOS
29762 REYES, CATHERINE ANNE CASTANEDA
29763 REYES, CEAN ALDRIN CIFRA
29764 REYES, CHADD MIRANDA
29765 REYES, CHARLES ALLAN COSIO
29766 REYES, CHARLES EARVIN SERRANO
29767 REYES, CHARLES KESTER MAULEON
29768 REYES, CHERRY ANN MAGTIBAY
29769 REYES, CHERRY MAY MOYA
29770 REYES, CHERRY ROSE NOGALES
29771 REYES, CHERRYL MAE PASION
29772 REYES, CHIARA LUZ ROJO
29773 REYES, CHINEE JOY DIZON
29774 REYES, CHRISMARK AGNO
29775 REYES, CHRISTOPHER BRIAN MENDOZA
29776 REYES, CLARISSA MONICA MENDOZA
29777 REYES, CLARISSE JEAN DIZON
29778 REYES, CRAIG ANGELO ALCOBA
29779 REYES, CRISTINA ALONSAGAY
29780 REYES, CRISTINA CASIMERO
29781 REYES, CRISTINA PILAR LIZARDO
29782 REYES, CYBIL LEE ALPA
29783 REYES, DAN-JANNUEL VIASON
29784 REYES, DANIEL JR ODIVELAS
29785 REYES, DARHYL FONTANILLA
29786 REYES, DARREN GLENN CASTILLO
29787 REYES, DARYL MAGNO
29788 REYES, DENISE ELAINE AHYONG
29789 REYES, DENNY LYOD QUIAS
29790 REYES, DENY ANN SOFIA OLIVAR
29791 REYES, DESIREE MARIE BENIPAYO
29792 REYES, DESSELYN PURINO
29793 REYES, DEXTER MENDOZA
29794 REYES, DIANA BOCAO
29795 REYES, DIANNE MARY CEL LOPEZ
29796 REYES, DONITA MAE INGAL
29797 REYES, DOROTHY ANN REPOLLO
29798 REYES, EARL EUBEN GOMEZ
29799 REYES, EDERLYN URGEL
29800 REYES, EDGAR LAZO


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29801 REYES, EDISON ANG
29802 REYES, EFREN JR ARCAYA
29803 REYES, ELTON JOHN ANYAYAHAN
29804 REYES, ELYNEL DAVID
29805 REYES, ERNIESON BENRICK GABATIN
29806 REYES, ERWIN COILAN
29807 REYES, EULIZER IBALIO
29808 REYES, FARIDA PAULA SAMBRANO
29809 REYES, FIONA NOELLE ALONZO
29810 REYES, FLORA TAGUINOD
29811 REYES, GERALLE ASLEY GERONIMO
29812 REYES, GILBERT JOHN BAGRO
29813 REYES, GLADYS MARIE HANDAYAN
29814 REYES, GRACEBEL BAASIS
29815 REYES, GREGIE GUTIERREZ
29816 REYES, HACEL ANNE CARANDANG
29817 REYES, HARLIE LUJERO
29818 REYES, IRENE FAYE OABEL
29819 REYES, IVAN GABRIELLE TORRES
29820 REYES, IVY TANATE
29821 REYES, IZZA CLAIRE VICTORIA
29822 REYES, JACOB CABRERA
29823 REYES, JAIKA JANE CAYETANO
29824 REYES, JANICE JUANITO
29825 REYES, JANRY NOEL REYNALDO
29826 REYES, JASON MERCADO
29827 REYES, JEDELLE ANNE GABRIEL
29828 REYES, JEMILYN VILLANUEVA
29829 REYES, JENALIN ROBALDO
29830 REYES, JENN VILLALOBOS
29831 REYES, JENNIFER NIÑO
29832 REYES, JENNIFER JOY RAMOS
29833 REYES, JENNIFER ROSE VALERIO
29834 REYES, JERICA ISABEL LLIGE
29835 REYES, JESSIE JOE CRUZ
29836 REYES, JHOAN JOSE
29837 REYES, JHOANNA ELAINE GUEVARRA
29838 REYES, JILL KAREN MARASIGAN
29839 REYES, JING JING MANGUBAT
29840 REYES, JOAN
29841 REYES, JOAN MORAN
29842 REYES, JOANNA PAULINO
29843 REYES, JOANNE FATIMA FLORES
29844 REYES, JOCEL ANN BALILO
29845 REYES, JOHN DOMINIC RABE
29846 REYES, JOHN ERICK AGOJO
29847 REYES, JOHN HECHEL CASIM
29848 REYES, JOHN KENNY PAUL LABATETE
29849 REYES, JOHN LANE EGIPTO
29850 REYES, JOHN PAULO COMETA


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Seq. No. N a m e

29851 REYES, JOHN RAY CAJOLO
29852 REYES, JOHN WILKINS SALVANIA
29853 REYES, JOJET JORDAN RABI OLIVERIA
29854 REYES, JOMELLE RAMOS
29855 REYES, JONALYN RAMOS
29856 REYES, JONNAH MAY RACA
29857 REYES, JOSE CHINO ORPIADA
29858 REYES, JOY MANANKIL
29859 REYES, JOY MONTEMAYOR
29860 REYES, JUDITH BAGTAS
29861 REYES, JULIE-ANN BACULO
29862 REYES, JUNCEL VERGARA
29863 REYES, JUNE CAMILLE JILLIAN UY
29864 REYES, JUSEL ROS FORONDA
29865 REYES, JUSTINE JOYCE CERVAS
29866 REYES, KATHLEN JANE TINAMISAN
29867 REYES, KATRINA GARGOLES
29868 REYES, KAYE ROZENY GARCES
29869 REYES, KEITH DAEREK MAGBANLAC
29870 REYES, KHRISTINE ANNE ARCE
29871 REYES, KIM JOYCE DE LEON
29872 REYES, KLINA SARMIENTO
29873 REYES, KRISTIAN LEIGH MANIGOS
29874 REYES, KRISTINE DE RAMOS
29875 REYES, KRISTINE MARTINEZ
29876 REYES, KRISTINE PIDENES
29877 REYES, KRISZOL ORPRECIO
29878 REYES, LARA FABELLON
29879 REYES, LAURICE SY
29880 REYES, LIRA JOANNE TRIBO
29881 REYES, LISHA ALYANNA ATIENZA
29882 REYES, MA GERALLIE MACAPIOT
29883 REYES, MA RENEE CACANINDIN
29884 REYES, MA RHODA TABORA
29885 REYES, MAISIE ANN LAYGO
29886 REYES, MARIA KRISTINE ROTHESSA MANUEL
29887 REYES, MARIA LOURDES SANTELICES
29888 REYES, MARIA VIANNEY JAO
29889 REYES, MARIE JO JOSE
29890 REYES, MARIELLE DEL ROSARIO
29891 REYES, MARIELLE VALENZUELA
29892 REYES, MARK ANTHONY MONTERO
29893 REYES, MARK JASON RABULAN
29894 REYES, MARK JEROME LEAÑO
29895 REYES, MARQUESA LEE CARDONA
29896 REYES, MARY JANE LAWAN
29897 REYES, MAUREEN REYES
29898 REYES, MELISSA NOLASCO
29899 REYES, MERCEDITAS CUEVA
29900 REYES, MICHELLE ANGELIQUE LAMSEN


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Seq. No. N a m e

29901 REYES, MICO MERCK LANGUIDO
29902 REYES, MONIQUE ALBANO
29903 REYES, MONIQUE ROSALES
29904 REYES, NERISSA GARCIA
29905 REYES, PAMELA DE GUZMAN
29906 REYES, PRECIOUS ANN DEL ROSARIO
29907 REYES, RANIELYN AGUSTIN
29908 REYES, RAY JUSTIN MOSELINA
29909 REYES, RAY MAR MANANQUIL
29910 REYES, REGIELENE MUNAR
29911 REYES, RENAN BACALSO
29912 REYES, RENZ BRYAN TABIN
29913 REYES, RHEA LIM
29914 REYES, RICARDO JR PLAZA
29915 REYES, RICHELLE ROQUERO
29916 REYES, RICHIE YENKO
29917 REYES, ROCELIA ONG
29918 REYES, ROCHELLE ANN BAUTISTA
29919 REYES, ROMIL ANNE REMOT
29920 REYES, ROMMEL SEBASTIAN
29921 REYES, ROMMEL VILLAFLOR
29922 REYES, ROSARIO FATIMA SIMBOL
29923 REYES, ROXANNE LOMIBAO
29924 REYES, ROXEE CABUSAO
29925 REYES, RUBY GARCIA
29926 REYES, RUIZELL DELA CRUZ
29927 REYES, SARAH FEI VALLE
29928 REYES, SHEILA MAE DAWA
29929 REYES, SHERRIE LLOYD GARCIA
29930 REYES, SHRI ANGELO LEGASPI
29931 REYES, VINIA LISA ABNASAN
29932 REYES, VYRNA JOY SARABIA
29933 REYES, WILDA RIO SAJUELA
29934 REYES, XAVIER HERNAL
29935 REYES, ZANDRO DAVID ISIDRO
29936 REYES, ZYRUS RENIEL PANERGO
29937 REYNA, EDNA KRISTINE BARIUAD
29938 REYNADO, GENESIS BUGAYONG
29939 REYNADO, MELVIE JOY ENRIQUE
29940 REYNALDO, JOCELYN JAVAR
29941 REYNANTE, MA ANGELA SANTOS
29942 REYNERA, ANGELICA MARIA ISABEL CHUA
29943 REYNES, BARBARA GABUYA
29944 REYNES, CHRISTIAN MEMIJE
29945 REYNES, JENNIROSE SALAGUSTE
29946 REYNES, THIA KATRINA MAGO
29947 REYNOSO, RIZALINO JR III DE LA CRUZ
29948 REYSON, CHRISTOPHER JAKE ORTIZ
29949 REZABA, MARK JOSEPH DIMACULANGAN
29950 REÑA, AREN DIMAANO


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Seq. No. N a m e

29951 RIALUBIN, KATRINA OSHIN REFUERZO
29952 RIAMBON, PAMELA DAWN ROCILI
29953 RIANO, MICAH RELOX
29954 RIANZARES, DORIZ ABETRIA
29955 RIAZONDA, JULIE-ANNE ANCHETA
29956 RIBADA, JOYCE GARADO
29957 RIBLEZA, SOLOMON JEDIDIA DE LEON
29958 RIBOROSO, RIECHEL TUNDAG
29959 RIBUNAL, MA KRISTINE ESCALONA
29960 RICA, ALLEN GRACE ARMECIN
29961 RICABLANCA, ARLYN KRIS AGUSTIN
29962 RICABLANCA, NESTLE DUMA
29963 RICAFORT, JEFFERSON DIMAUNAHAN
29964 RICAFORT, PATRICK BALTAZAR
29965 RICAFORTE, NIÑA CHRISTINE ROMAKIN
29966 RICAFRANCA, FRANCINE AFUYOG
29967 RICALDE, CAMILLE CABRAL
29968 RICALDE, MA RIZALIE BARRIENTOS
29969 RICALDE, RUTH CAY
29970 RICARDEL, THESSA GALE MAURIN
29971 RICARDO, CINDY RAGASA
29972 RICARDO, JOHN PAUL PORTOSO
29973 RICARDOS, MARICAR TUGADE
29974 RICARTE, DIANNE ANGELICA SO
29975 RICARTE, KRISTINE JULIANO
29976 RICARTE, KRISTINE LLORANDO
29977 RICASATA, ANGELICA LOUISE CAMPOSANTO
29978 RICO, DONNA NIVERCA
29979 RICO, EILEEN MIÑOZA
29980 RICO, MARRA ELYSSE VIÑA
29981 RICO, MARVERIC COPE
29982 RICO, PAUL JOHN
29983 RICO, ROSANNE MANZANO
29984 RIDAO, ALYSSA MICHELLE ROQUE
29985 RIDULFA, MARK ANTHONY LAZO
29986 RIEGO, CHADD WERNER MIFUEL
29987 RIEGO, JOY SHIRLEY TALANIA
29988 RIEL, EDWARD AUTOR
29989 RIEL, JOSEF VINCYNT SENETA
29990 RIFFAREAL, MARY-ANNE LEONES
29991 RIGA, SAMIRA MANDANGAN
29992 RIGBY, KATHREEN AUSENTE
29993 RIGOR, JOHN DARREN SALATANDRE
29994 RIGOR, KIMBERLEY NOBLEZA
29995 RIGOR, MARY GRACE FRANCISCO
29996 RIGOR, MARY JESSETH BIYO
29997 RIGUCIRA, JENNIFER TAASAN
29998 RIGUER, ROWENA SANTIAGO
29999 RILLERA, ANALYN PAHIMNAYAN
30000 RILLERA, JOHN JAYSON PULANCO


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30001 RILLERA, JOY GRACE BASTO
30002 RILLERA, ROCHELLE GABUYA
30003 RILLERA, ZARAH MAE YABUT
30004 RILLES, GERALD ESPENIDA
30005 RILLON, GUILLERMO III TOLEDO
30006 RILLORAZA, CZARAEINA COLLADO
30007 RIMANDO, AILYN GRACE FLORES
30008 RIMANDO, JENNIFER VENCER
30009 RIMANDO, KRISTINE JOY ARON
30010 RIMANDO, OLIVIA AUBREY QUINTONG
30011 RIMANDO, RODERICK DELA CRUZ
30012 RIMORIN, ARVIN TICAO
30013 RIMORIN, JENNYVIE GURION
30014 RINCHON, SUYIN ANNE ROSALES
30015 RINGOR, ASHLENE DAYE DIANO
30016 RINGOR, MARITES PADRID
30017 RINGOR, TROY FAGYAN
30018 RINONOS, BRYAN DAWARA
30019 RINTON, PRINCESS DIANNE SAVELLANO
30020 RIO, FRANCHESCA CLAUDETTE ALFORQUE
30021 RIO, JOY ANNE TOLENTINO
30022 RIO, VENUS ABEGAIL PEÑA
30023 RIOFLORIDO, MELAFLOR LACSAMANA
30024 RIOS, JOSE PAOLO ALFONSO TORRES
30025 RIOS, JULIUS NOEL MIRABEL
30026 RIOS, RUTHIE RAMOS
30027 RIOSA, ZHAHARA MAY CARREON
30028 RIOTOC, MARK ANGELO NERONA
30029 RIPOLL, JESSICA ANNE ROBLES
30030 RISMA, YUNIMARIE ENTERA
30031 RITO, JEMIMAH DELA PAZ
30032 RITO, REYMOND JOHN OGAO
30033 RITUAL, LEWIS KIMWELL CALLEJA
30034 RIVA, ANGELIE ROSE NAVARRO
30035 RIVALES, MELODIE CERA
30036 RIVERA, ABELYN DE GUZMAN
30037 RIVERA, AIZA ALINDAJAO
30038 RIVERA, AL CABRERA
30039 RIVERA, ALBERT AUSTIN VINN FRANCISCO
30040 RIVERA, ANGELI KAYTE ALFORJA
30041 RIVERA, ANN LEARY GENER
30042 RIVERA, ANTHONY NEGRU
30043 RIVERA, ARVIN ALLEN GALERA
30044 RIVERA, AURORA MERCEDES GUAN
30045 RIVERA, BERNADETTE JERMAINE FLORES
30046 RIVERA, BRIAN TAVARES
30047 RIVERA, CAMILLE CORTEZ
30048 RIVERA, CAMILLE JOY LIMCANGCO
30049 RIVERA, CATHERINE FRANCE
30050 RIVERA, CATHERINE TIBAY


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30051 RIVERA, CHERRYL LAPIZ
30052 RIVERA, CHRISTIAN EMERSON ADALIA
30053 RIVERA, CLARIZA CAPATI
30054 RIVERA, CLELET BERIÑA
30055 RIVERA, CZARINA JOYCE GUEVARRA
30056 RIVERA, DALE LAWRENCE SAPIANDANTE
30057 RIVERA, DARYL GRACE RAZO
30058 RIVERA, DIANA LIZA REYES
30059 RIVERA, DIANNE LIZA CO
30060 RIVERA, ERIKA PAULINE EUSEBIO
30061 RIVERA, GEORGE PALMA
30062 RIVERA, GIOVANNI BALAOING
30063 RIVERA, GOD ALFARO III TRIVIÑO
30064 RIVERA, GRACIE MARIANO
30065 RIVERA, HADZLYN ANN
30066 RIVERA, JAMAICA SIGUENZA
30067 RIVERA, JAN KATHRINA CAGUNGUN
30068 RIVERA, JEAN MYREEN NAÑAGAS
30069 RIVERA, JENINA JINGCO
30070 RIVERA, JENNIFER MADAYAG
30071 RIVERA, JEREMIAH PAJARILLAGA
30072 RIVERA, JEROME JAMIRO
30073 RIVERA, JEROSELLE OLIVEROS
30074 RIVERA, JESSICA SALOMON
30075 RIVERA, JONATHAN ACZON
30076 RIVERA, JOSE ELEAZAR MARTIN
30077 RIVERA, JOYCE CARLOS
30078 RIVERA, JUAN PAOLO CORTEZ
30079 RIVERA, JULIE ANN LACAP
30080 RIVERA, KARLA MARISE PEÑALOSA
30081 RIVERA, KELLY TESS CABARRUBIAS
30082 RIVERA, KHYLE BORINAGA
30083 RIVERA, KIM JOAN REAL
30084 RIVERA, KRISTINE BERNADETTE GALAPON
30085 RIVERA, KRISTOFF ARRA HERNANDEZ
30086 RIV
          July 2011 Nursing Board Exam Passers (Letter P)        
July 2011 Nursing Board Exam Passers (Letter P):

25983 PAA, MARK JAMES PILOTIN
25984 PAAS, JOHN ROSELLER BELENCIO
25985 PAAS, LADY JOY NACIONAL
25986 PAAÑO, ANNA LOU ILORETA
25987 PAAÑO, BRISILDA PARONE
25988 PABAIRA, SARAH CARREON
25989 PABALAN, DANIEL RANCE
25990 PABALAN, JHODIE AQUINO
25991 PABALAN, JOHN LOUEL MENDOZA
25992 PABALAN, JYRA ALLEIN MARGA GOLFO
25993 PABALAN, KENETTE LYNN KUTCH
25994 PABALAN, URIEL PIETER DONAYRE
25995 PABALATE, DIGNA PARFILES
25996 PABALAY, MARY ROCELYN CARILLO
25997 PABALINAS, GERLYN ODAVAR
25998 PABALINAS, JOE MARIE JAMOTILLO
25999 PABALINAS, LOT AGUDO
26000 PABATANG, STEPHEN CARL AMBA


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26001 PABATAO, BRADLEY LAGUMBAY
26002 PABATAO, LORRAINE JATICO
26003 PABELIC, DIANE KAYE PURISIMA
26004 PABELLO, ROXANNE ERIKA PASAMBA
26005 PABELLOSA, NISSAN SUDARIO
26006 PABELONIA, CZARINA JAY NECESITO
26007 PABELONIO, MARY FEARN MAGNO
26008 PABIANIA, JULIE MARIE VINGSON
26009 PABIANIA, VON MARK TUPAS
26010 PABICO, MARC ANTHONY ADLAWAN
26011 PABICON, FAITH DUSONG
26012 PABIGAYAN, NERISSA SOMBRITO
26013 PABILLANO, JERESA KRYSTA OLIZA
26014 PABILLANO, YVETTE NIJEL OLIZA
26015 PABILONA, MAE JOY FRANCO
26016 PABILONA, MARY ANN SUIZO
26017 PABIONA, RICHARD RIVERA
26018 PABIRAN, DAY JHAY MAMIGO
26019 PABITO, CATHERINA MAE TANCONGCO
26020 PABLEA, LOVE ROSE SOLITANO
26021 PABLO, ACHILLES BRYAN ESPIRITU
26022 PABLO, ANALYN CATURA
26023 PABLO, AQUAVILLE DUMO
26024 PABLO, ARLENE CABUTOTAN
26025 PABLO, CZARINA PAULINE LARON
26026 PABLO, EVIAN JANINE
26027 PABLO, FLORMINA FAITH MIGUEL
26028 PABLO, JAN BRIAN BASA
26029 PABLO, JENNIFER BARUT
26030 PABLO, JIRINA RIZZIE PANGILINAN
26031 PABLO, KARMINA PAMELA FRANCO
26032 PABLO, LINDAWN SHEELA SUPNET
26033 PABLO, MARGIE CALAUNAN
26034 PABLO, PAULINE GAIL DOLENDO
26035 PABLO, PRINCESS AILEEN CARRILLO
26036 PABLO, PRINCESS LORAINE PADOLINA
26037 PABLO, QUEENIE LOU BAUTISTA
26038 PABLO, RHONA KAREN MANUEL
26039 PABLO, ROCHELLE ANNE ABATAY
26040 PABLO, ROGELYN LANUZA
26041 PABON, ERIKA-THERESE LAVILLA
26042 PABON, MAE ELAINE FOLLERO
26043 PABORITE, PRAISE FROFUNGA
26044 PABRIAGA, ELISE DAGNY REYES
26045 PABROA, NICOLLETTE ORTIZ
26046 PABRUA, JACQUILYN MACNI
26047 PABUA, DIANE JOAN TEJADA
26048 PABUALAN, GERALDINE SINAMPAGA
26049 PABUALAN, MARY GRACE CASAS
26050 PABUAYA, RICHARD QUINECIO


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Seq. No. N a m e

26051 PABUHAYA, PAULINE JANNE UZARRAGA
26052 PABUNAN, HEIZEL SARMIENTO
26053 PABUSTAN, EVA MAGASO
26054 PABUSTAN, VINA JOY VIRAY
26055 PACA, REALIZA
26056 PACADALJEN, PASTOR JAMES III SONGALIA
26057 PACALDO, DAISY RAN ROSANI
26058 PACAMARRA, KATHLEEN MEG FELICIDARIO
26059 PACAMARRA, NIKKI JANE COLINA
26060 PACAOAN, MICHELLE MAHILUM
26061 PACAPAC, MAIKO KENNETH TANIO
26062 PACARAT, DARIEL GONTIÑAS
26063 PACARDO, KAREN JANE CAPACIETE
26064 PACARDO, PEDRO II ABERIA
26065 PACARDO, SHEILA MARIE AGUINALDO
26066 PACARIEM, MIGNONETTE LEIGH UMAYAM
26067 PACATANG, MICHAEL GAJETE
26068 PACATANG, STEVEN VERANIO JR MIRANDA
26069 PACATEO, JEMNARINE KRIS SIANGCO
26070 PACAÑA, DIANNY LYN CHIO
26071 PACAÑA, JOBILLIE ANNE MANZO
26072 PACAÑA, JUDEIA LYKA RITA
26073 PACBA, JOHN LEWIS SORIANO
26074 PACDOL, MARIA ROXAN BANUAG
26075 PACELO, MARIA BERNADETTE GALMAN
26076 PACHECO, CARMINA ESPAÑOLA
26077 PACHECO, DAPHNE ANN MANUBAY
26078 PACHECO, FATIMA ONATEC
26079 PACHECO, KRISTEL TORREA
26080 PACHECO, LORELIE HANNAH II SEVILLA
26081 PACHECO, MA GABRIELA ALBERTA EMILIA VICTORIA
GONZAGA
26082 PACHECO, MIKAELA TIANGSING
26083 PACHECO, WINDIE APDUHAN
26084 PACHECO, WINSEL APDUHAN
26085 PACHEO, GLEN MARK GUILLENA
26086 PACHES, CHERISH JOY GAZO
26087 PACHO, LOVELYN IBARRA
26088 PACHO, NEMITZ BULUSAN
26089 PACIA, AMERICA AMOR ARCEGA
26090 PACIA, JESSA VIRAY
26091 PACIA, LESLY CALMA
26092 PACIANO, CHARLENE DUCAYAG
26093 PACIENTE, APRILLE SHERRY ENRIQUEZ
26094 PACILAN, MANUEL
26095 PACINOS, ELIMAR QUINAN
26096 PACIO, ALPHA MAE MANEJA
26097 PACIO, HONEYLORE CAYATOC
26098 PACIO, JESSICA CRISTOBAL
26099 PACIOLES, NOVA GRAGATA
26100 PACIS, FRANCIS REGINA RUMBAUA


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26101 PACIS, JOHNFREY LOUIE GAGTAN
26102 PACIS, MARIA LOURDES DEOGRACIAS
26103 PACIS, PINA AMERIE DUMALIG
26104 PACLAUNA, ELIANE ROSE GONZALES
26105 PACLE, RACHELLE BALBIN
26106 PACLEB, GRACE GARCIA
26107 PACLEBA, AELEEN BLAZA
26108 PACLIBAR, ADYSSA FAMINDALAN
26109 PACLIBAR, ANNIE KLEINN SENCIL
26110 PACLIBAR, CHRISTINE ANNE PARAGAS
26111 PACLIBAR, GLADYS MURILLO
26112 PACLIBAR, JEANELLE WILMAR PEEBLE DELA CRUZ
26113 PACLIBAR, JONALEN PELAGIO
26114 PACLIBAR, SHEILAMIE PARAGAS
26115 PACLIBAR, STEPHANIE MAY JAGDON
26116 PACLOB, LOVELY CRAVED CACHAPERO
26117 PACO, DAISY PESQUISA
26118 PACO, FELIX EDMUNDO TAN
26119 PACOG, JOREL LUMBRE
26120 PACOMEOS, JANELYN BUCALAN
26121 PACPACO, KATHLEEN BELLON
26122 PACPACO, MARK CHARVIE POCA
26123 PACQUING, CHEENEE PAVO
26124 PACQUING, GRACE JUAN
26125 PACRIM, RAFFIC DAREEN CALICOY
26126 PACTORANAN, ANNE BALAYO
26127 PACTORES, AIRENE MAE BAJA
26128 PACTORES, REYNA ROSE AGIR
26129 PACUBAS, MELODY RETUYA
26130 PACUDAN, MARICEL SALIGAN
26131 PACULA, ARIANNE MAE GACUTNO
26132 PACULAN, ABEGAIL AROCO
26133 PACULBA, RODIRICK TAJA
26134 PACUMIO, MARK BULATAO
26135 PACUNANA, HAISEL TUMOLVA
26136 PACUNAYEN, PAUL OLIVER NEPOMUCENO
26137 PACUNLA, MANREO QUILIT
26138 PACUPAC, RAFAEL CADALZO
26139 PADA, DEION JOVENCIO OLIVER
26140 PADA, JESSIELYN DAMOLO
26141 PADA, LESLIE ANN GOZO
26142 PADALLA, KRISTIE BAGANO
26143 PADAMADA, JOLLY ANN PARREÑO
26144 PADAMADA, MA BRIDGITTE DEL ROSARIO
26145 PADANG, ESTHER JANE BERSAMIN
26146 PADAO, ATHENA HABON
26147 PADAOAN, RICHARD ASUNCION
26148 PADAOAN, VIRGINIA AVILES
26149 PADAWIL, PEARLY JHANE TAR-ODAN
26150 PADAY, RYAN GELICA ACHERO


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26151 PADAY-OS, DAISY GABLIN
26152 PADAYAO, FLORENCE ALBI LABIOS
26153 PADAYAO, JOMA ADRIANO
26154 PADAYAO, RHETTAMAY OQUIREZA
26155 PADAYHAG, RHEL IAN BASTILLADA
26156 PADCHIG, REVELYN TAG-ING
26157 PADDIT, AHSAKI CASSANDRA AQUINO
26158 PADDUYAO, DAISY PIHNUTON
26159 PADELARA, CAMILLE FATIMA FRANCO
26160 PADEO, SHERYL BATAE
26161 PADERANGA, JEORGE III BAGABOYBOY
26162 PADERANGA, LLOYD ROLLYOUNG SUZON
26163 PADERES, GERALDINE LEGASPI
26164 PADERES, JEMUEL MANGALIMAN
26165 PADERES, KRISTINE MADULID
26166 PADERES, MARIELLE DIGNADICE
26167 PADERNAL, FRANCES DIANNE FRANCO
26168 PADERNAL, JESSA PASION
26169 PADERNAL, KATHRYN VILLARENTE
26170 PADERNAL, MARILAINE REMANENTE
26171 PADERNAL, MAY ANSTY OLIVA
26172 PADERNAL, RHEA RUELOS
26173 PADEÑO, MERCY ACHACOSO
26174 PADICA, MARIA JUDEA GALENZOGA
26175 PADILLA, AARON DIMAYA
26176 PADILLA, ALBERT ROJAN TIO
26177 PADILLA, APRILLE ANN ASPIRAS
26178 PADILLA, BERNARD ELLIAS MACEDA
26179 PADILLA, CARMELA JOY SORIANO
26180 PADILLA, CATHERINE GIBA
26181 PADILLA, CHARMAGNE ERIKA GAMBOA
26182 PADILLA, CHUCKY ANGELO MUÑOZ
26183 PADILLA, CORAZON DAVID
26184 PADILLA, CRIS JEE RAMOS
26185 PADILLA, DENNICE FAJARDO
26186 PADILLA, DIANA MAE AMANTE
26187 PADILLA, FLORIDA PASCUA
26188 PADILLA, GEBRIL DEUS TONGGA
26189 PADILLA, GENESIS LEE SY
26190 PADILLA, IAN LESTER RAPIÑAN
26191 PADILLA, JACQUELINE NARNOLA
26192 PADILLA, JENNILYN GAENG
26193 PADILLA, JOANNE KEITH PAE
26194 PADILLA, JULIE ANN BARQUIO
26195 PADILLA, KATRINA BELWAY
26196 PADILLA, LEONARDO II CIPRIANO
26197 PADILLA, LOURDES MOSCARDON
26198 PADILLA, MARC MARRIZZ JULIANO
26199 PADILLA, MARIA DARLENE VALENZUELA
26200 PADILLA, MARVIN JOHN BALDE


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26201 PADILLA, MICHAEL JOHN VASQUEZ
26202 PADILLA, MINERVA PIMENTEL
26203 PADILLA, NEIL TERENCE CRUZ
26204 PADILLA, PATRICIA ANN ROSINE
26205 PADILLA, PEDA GONZALES
26206 PADILLA, RIZZA MAE PEÑAS
26207 PADILLA, SANDEE FLORES
26208 PADILLA, SEBASTIAN REYES
26209 PADILLA, VANESSA SICAT
26210 PADILLO, JOHN DAVE ELIEZER ABAPO
26211 PADILLO, MARC ADRIAN BONGABONG
26212 PADIN, WENDY ANN BERMUNDO
26213 PADINAY, MARIVIC CHARISSE BENGWASAN
26214 PADIOS, LOMARIE ANN VERONICA
26215 PADLAN, CZARINA ALCANTARA
26216 PADLAN, JOHN WALTER AQUINO
26217 PADOLINA, EDGARDO JR PATENIO
26218 PADOLINA, EFFIE DELA CRUZ
26219 PADOLINA, JEZREEL GAPUZ
26220 PADPAD, DUENE ARTHUR DEMAFELIS
26221 PADRE, DARREN JOY ANIN
26222 PADRE, REGINA JANE RAMORES
26223 PADRID, JAIME JR BAYLE
26224 PADRIQUE, LEI KAREN CORPUS
26225 PADRIQUEZ, JONNALYN MACASAKIT
26226 PADRONES, MIRIAM LAMONIO
26227 PADRONIA, SHIELA ALDAMAR
26228 PADUA, ADOLF KEVIN GUION
26229 PADUA, ANTHONY DUMANDAN
26230 PADUA, DANIEL CARREON
26231 PADUA, DARLENE GRACE CARIÑO
26232 PADUA, DARRYLL ALDRIN TADIOS
26233 PADUA, ELLEN ANTONETTE OCOL
26234 PADUA, GENESIS FLORES
26235 PADUA, GLENN FELICIANO
26236 PADUA, JAYRIZ JOY PASCUA
26237 PADUA, JENNA PAULINE ROLDAN
26238 PADUA, JO ANNE GELICAME
26239 PADUA, JULIE ANN MORANO
26240 PADUA, KRISTINA CASSANDRA AGGARAO
26241 PADUA, MILLIE JULIANNE PAGDANGANAN
26242 PADUA, PAOLO MIGUEL CORDIAL
26243 PADUA, RUTH JEREMIAH YAPIT
26244 PADUA, SHERILYN ANDAL
26245 PADUA, SHERILYN MARIE KALIGAYAHAN
26246 PADUADA, KRISTINE JOY SANCHEZ
26247 PADUHILAO, JANE GRAIL ESPERAS
26248 PADUHILAO, SHENLY PEARL TOLMO
26249 PADUL, EVA JOY GABRIEL
26250 PADULLON, JOSEPHINE FRANCISCO


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26251 PADULLON, LOVELY JEAN REMERATA
26252 PADUNAN, ERICKSON GACANG
26253 PAED, MA SALVA MACARAEG
26254 PAED, MA SANDRA MACARAEG
26255 PAESTE, GLORIA ESPEJO
26256 PAET, ROSE ANN RAZON
26257 PAEZ, JANNA MICHAELA MERCADO
26258 PAEZ, JESSEL ESTREBA
26259 PAEZ, LUCIA BERNADETTE DE JESUS
26260 PAEZ, MARIA KARILLE ZIEL MANANSALA
26261 PAG-ONG, JOHANN PROCESO RANIEL
26262 PAG-ONG, MELISSA GLENDA GALBO
26263 PAGA, GEMAR LLORINTE
26264 PAGAD, PHEBE ATILANO
26265 PAGADUAN, AMIE LUZ MORENO
26266 PAGADUAN, ARLENE AMPE
26267 PAGADUAN, BENEDICT JOHN CASTRO
26268 PAGADUAN, CAROLINE GERONIMO
26269 PAGADUAN, DANIEL JEREMIAH CAILAO
26270 PAGADUAN, DIANNE DELA ROSA
26271 PAGADUAN, EVE JANE CADENILLA
26272 PAGADUAN, EVER JOY CERVERA
26273 PAGADUAN, JANE LONGBOAN
26274 PAGADUAN, JENNY ANNE PASCUAL
26275 PAGADUAN, JOANNA MARIE BRAVO
26276 PAGADUAN, JUDILYN REYES
26277 PAGADUAN, KATRINA DAGUMBOY
26278 PAGADUAN, KRIZELDA DE LARA
26279 PAGADUAN, MARY ANN RAMOS
26280 PAGADUAN, ROSE JANE SANTIAGO
26281 PAGADUAN, VIVIAN JOY ROSARO
26282 PAGAL, JOVINA JOY BUMOGAS
26283 PAGALA, DANA MARIE OSORNO
26284 PAGALAN, KAREEN APDUHAN
26285 PAGALANAN, KRISTEL ELLEN PAGAYONAN
26286 PAGALILAUAN, MARIAN GERTRUDE FRAGANTE
26287 PAGALILAUAN, MARIE THEA SANDIEGO
26288 PAGALLAMMAN, HAZEL DAQUIOAG
26289 PAGALLAMMAN, MARK CHUCKIE ZILABBO
26290 PAGANAO, RHODA JANE DE GUZMAN
26291 PAGAPA, JESSA AMBATCAN
26292 PAGAPULANGAN, JANICE VANGUARDIA
26293 PAGAR, HAROLD GLENN BUCSIT
26294 PAGAR, LEAH MANTILLA
26295 PAGARAN, HIEZEL JANE ARANDIA
26296 PAGARIGAN, BIEN PATRICK BUENSUCESO
26297 PAGAS, LEA PABOT
26298 PAGASPAS, GEM CHRISTINE ALQUIROZ
26299 PAGATPATAN, CHARISSE AURA LINGASIN
26300 PAGATPATAN, HAZEL MAE REYES


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26301 PAGATPATAN, JEROME GUIANG
26302 PAGATPATAN, PRINCESS ANN BELTRAN
26303 PAGAY, JEREMIAS LIM
26304 PAGAYAO, LAILAH MURADH YUSOP
26305 PAGBILAO, BERNADETTE ACOSTA
26306 PAGBILAO, IMEE GRACE OPEÑA
26307 PAGCALIWAGAN, HOLLY ANN CONDE
26308 PAGCALIWAGAN, LEAH MARIE GAN
26309 PAGCALIWAGAN, MONIKA GARCERO
26310 PAGCALIWANGAN, ROMMEL CLARITO
26311 PAGDAGDAGAN, LYDELETH BONILLA
26312 PAGDANGANAN, JANE DANAO
26313 PAGDANGANAN, SHAYNE NICOLE ISURITA
26314 PAGDILAO, ELAINE MAE SUSA
26315 PAGDILAO, JOAN TUNAC
26316 PAGDILAO, LEO JAY CASTILLA
26317 PAGENTE, DAISY JANE BALBUENA
26318 PAGGAO, RUBY MARIE LUCILLE HERRERA
26319 PAGILAGAN, MIZA REUEL TAGUMPAY
26320 PAGKALIWANGAN, REA DOMONDON
26321 PAGKALIWANGAN, RIZZA IMPERIAL
26322 PAGKANLUNGAN, RIZZA RODRIGUEZ
26323 PAGLICAWAN, LEO OLIVER VILLAS
26324 PAGLICAWAN, MA ROXANNE VILLAS
26325 PAGLICAWAN, MC RICHARD VIAÑA
26326 PAGLINAWAN, CATHERINE JOY LAPLANA
26327 PAGLINAWAN, CELBETH JOY CANITES
26328 PAGLINAWAN, CRISTINE JOY SAGARIO
26329 PAGLINAWAN, DENETHY APRILLE SAYON
26330 PAGLINAWAN, FRANCES DEANNE MATIENZO
26331 PAGLINAWAN, JERALD MONTAÑEZ
26332 PAGLINAWAN, MYCALENE KAE DE BORJA
26333 PAGLOMUTAN, MA CHRISTY RODRIGUEZ
26334 PAGO, SHEENA MARIE DACUDAO
26335 PAGOBO, ARA ROQUE
26336 PAGOBO, MA NIÑA MANREAL
26337 PAGOBO, NIÑO JAMES LA PAZ
26338 PAGOBO, RHENO PATALINJUG
26339 PAGOROGON, JUSTINO JR NATE
26340 PAGOTAN, CHRYZEL SOLOMON
26341 PAGSINOHIN, KRIZA CATHERINE CLERIGO
26342 PAGSOLINGAN, DIANA RUTH ICO
26343 PAGTALUNAN, AIRAH JANE SANTOS
26344 PAGTAMA, ALTINI BAUTISTA
26345 PAGTAN, JOVELYN LINGALING
26346 PAGUERAO, JANE FON-NOR
26347 PAGUIA, MARIA ELIZABETH ANNE GIRAY
26348 PAGUIA, STEFANIE GRACE JUNSAY
26349 PAGUIBITAN, ROSEMARIE NICODEMUS
26350 PAGUICAN, KHIN CELESTE CALAM


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26351 PAGUINTO, MA THERESA DELGADO
26352 PAGUINTO, MONA ROSE CABUG
26353 PAGUINTO, SHERIDA-LANE RIVERA
26354 PAGUIO, APRIL CATHLEEN LAVIN
26355 PAGUIO, LESLIE DIAMSE
26356 PAGUIO, ROXANNE MARIE LOPEZ
26357 PAGUIO, UNICA QUIMINALES
26358 PAGUIRIGAN, MA NICASIA YACO
26359 PAGUIRIGAN, MARJORIE NAVARRO
26360 PAGULAYAN, GIANINA LORENZO
26361 PAGULAYAN, JESSICA CLARISSE LOPENA
26362 PAGULAYAN, MARY GRACE GAMBA
26363 PAGULAYAN, MEGHAN ICMAT
26364 PAGUNALING, SHERRI JANE VILLAFUERTE
26365 PAGUNSAN, AMY LOU GAYADAO
26366 PAGUNSAN, ANNA LYNN VILLANUEVA
26367 PAGUNTALAN, IRIS ELAGO
26368 PAGUNTALAN, LEA JOY AUJERO
26369 PAGUNTALAN, MARIA GINA RAMOS
26370 PAGUNTALAN, MARY REGINA PAGUNTALAN
26371 PAGUNURAN, FABRIENNE BAQUIRAN
26372 PAGUYO, JAYROUSE JAMAICA VALDEZ
26373 PAGUYO, KRISTINE FLORES
26374 PAGUYO, REYNOLD JR GABBUAT
26375 PAHILAGAO, VINCENT JUNE GUBATANGA
26376 PAHILAN, IRISH NAMATA
26377 PAHILANGA, WYNNAH MAE TAMAYO
26378 PAHO, VICTORIA ANGELYNE MANZANO
26379 PAILAN, ELAINE JOAN PABLO
26380 PAINO, NIKI DE VERA
26381 PAISAL, SAMIMA MUTIA
26382 PAJADAN, EMMANUEL JR LANUZO
26383 PAJAR, ADRIAN MAR JOSEPH MARCELO
26384 PAJARILLAGA, CHRIST JOHN SANTIAGO
26385 PAJARILLAGA, EMMANUEL DIAZ
26386 PAJARILLAGA, FAYE CRUZ
26387 PAJARILLAGA, JETT BUTAC
26388 PAJARILLAGA, JHANNIE LOU LEODONES
26389 PAJARILLAGA, LIZALYN GONZALES
26390 PAJARILLAGA, PATRICK HENRY SANTIAGO
26391 PAJARILLAGA, REONIL NISAY
26392 PAJARILLO, JENNIFER SECRETO
26393 PAJARILLO, JESSHEL MARIE BIL
26394 PAJARILLO, MARIANNE GRACE DY
26395 PAJARILLO, ROXANNE FABRO
26396 PAJARIN, MARIA CARMINA MIRANDA
26397 PAJARITO, HECTOR GENOVE
26398 PAJARITO, MARILOU OLCHONDRA
26399 PAJAYON, MICHELLE ALEMANIA
26400 PAJE, CYNDI MAE MESIAS


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26401 PAJE, GISELLE JOY RAMOS
26402 PAJE, KENNETH GARCIA
26403 PAJEL, ROMMEL IAN BUSTAMANTE
26404 PAJELA, JEAN CARLA SELIBIO
26405 PAJIGAL, REYMA JOYCE GIMONY
26406 PAJIMNA, JESSICA AUBREI TORIO
26407 PAJIMOLA, JENNIELYN TULAY
26408 PAJO, DENISE SAGABAEN
26409 PAJO, PHYLLIS SANTIAGO
26410 PAKINGAN, JAMIE ROSS UMALI
26411 PAL-OG, NOVALIE MAITANG
26412 PALAAD, CHEYSERR CALUBAYAN
26413 PALAC, FRANZEEN GRACE SALAS
26414 PALACA, GINO GREGOR AQUINO
26415 PALACA, MARIA LILIBETH DALDE
26416 PALACAY, RHEA CLAIRE PAGALLAMAN
26417 PALACIO, ALEXIS ALCOBER
26418 PALACIO, MA FE ISABELLA PERALTA
26419 PALACIO, MARC ARVIN NUÑEZ
26420 PALACIO, MARY KATHLEEN DE LUNA
26421 PALACIO, STEVE PASION
26422 PALACOL, JAIME JR MATIBAG
26423 PALACPAC, AILEEN MANZANO
26424 PALACPAC, DARWIN GONZALES
26425 PALAD, RICKY JOHN SERRANO
26426 PALAD, RUTH SUZETTE SAMSON
26427 PALAD, WALTER PHILLIP SAN PEDRO
26428 PALADA, CHERRY MAE ZURBANO
26429 PALADA, JIMSON MANIS
26430 PALADA, MAY ANTONETTE PONTE
26431 PALADO, ARGEE CAMILLE CERIA
26432 PALADO, CARLO ESTEBAN
26433 PALADO, DIANNE MARGUERETTE ORESCA
26434 PALADO, JAN PAOLO ORESCA
26435 PALAGANAS, ANALIZA AQUINO
26436 PALAGANAS, CHARISMA ROSE ALFORQUE
26437 PALAGANAS, JOSEPHINE CARIÑO
26438 PALAGANAS, MARY ANN ESPINO
26439 PALAGANAS, SHEENA ANN QUINTO
26440 PALAGAWAD, RAKIMAH ALIDAH MANGARUN
26441 PALALAY, DAN JEREMY LUZ
26442 PALALAY, REXELLA CHUA
26443 PALAMING, CLARISSA MANZON
26444 PALANAS, APRIL ROSE LUMASAG
26445 PALANAS, CHARMAINE BATBAT
26446 PALANAS, RODERIC OCAB
26447 PALANCA, ARIES PANLILIO
26448 PALANG, MARIFLOR MAY IBALE
26449 PALANGDAN, ERISH ANNE BANGDO
26450 PALANGDAO, GAVINO LAMBAYONG


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26451 PALANGDAO, LEAN ANDREW LUMAS-E
26452 PALANGEO, ALEXANDER ARONCHAY
26453 PALANGYOS, JONA LIWAYAN
26454 PALAO, JOHN RHEYMAR YBIOSA
26455 PALAPAL, ROB ROYCE MARQUEZ
26456 PALAPAR, APRIL ROSE DELA CRUZ
26457 PALARCA, JOSEFINE NICOLE MAGTIBAY
26458 PALARCA, LEIGELL JANE VELOSO
26459 PALARIS, HANNA SHEN RICAFUENTE
26460 PALAS, JAMAICA MAGBANUA
26461 PALASI, MARIBETH MOLANG
26462 PALASOL, ARN MELANDY SAGAYON
26463 PALATAN, ROMELYN BAYANI
26464 PALATTAO, CATHERINE JANE GUMBAN
26465 PALATTAO, CHRISTIAN CLIFF FROI MAMAUAG
26466 PALAWAN, JOBY FALCIS
26467 PALAYPAYON, MARY CHARLENE ESMAS
26468 PALAYPAYON, PATRICK ABELARD PARCERO
26469 PALAZO, CYRUS CHRISTIAN TOLENTINO
26470 PALAÑA, JOCARLA FAITH SEBASTIAN
26471 PALBUSA, MELODY MAE ABARI
26472 PALBUSA, NIKKI JIM ATAS
26473 PALCA, MA ROLYN ANGELIE GUTIERREZ
26474 PALCASIO, MARJORIE DELA PEÑA
26475 PALCE, CARLO ROMAN QUIRANTE
26476 PALCISO, SHAWN EMIL EMILIANO
26477 PALCONGAN, MELVIN PERAS
26478 PALCONIT, MARIA PRESCILLA GENITA
26479 PALCONIT, PRIROSE CAIGOY
26480 PALCUTO, MARIELLE JOELLA MACKAY
26481 PALDEZ, JEROME OPINION
26482 PALEAN, JAY-AR FLORES
26483 PALEB, JAYLORD ANCHETA
26484 PALEC, JOANNIE CASTRO
26485 PALEC, MA CECILLE VITO
26486 PALECPEC, AIMEE DIANE CALPITO
26487 PALEJO, MARY ROSE BAYUBAY
26488 PALENCIA, ELEASER FAJARDO
26489 PALENCIA, EUNELL SIBULO
26490 PALENCIA, JULIUS LACANARES
26491 PALENCIA, KENNETH JAMES BELGERA
26492 PALENG, LIANA SABIANO
26493 PALENG, ROSIELYN CATANES
26494 PALENSO, MARILOU ENCINAS
26495 PALENTINO, CHRISTIAN ABIERA
26496 PALER, CHARITY TABIGUE
26497 PALER, ISAGANI JR ABELIDAS
26498 PALER, LOREN CLAIRE DECAPIA
26499 PALER, MARICHU TAGAM
26500 PALERMO, BENNA JOY PRINO


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26501 PALERMO, GLADYS REYES
26502 PALES, ARON PAUL URBANO
26503 PALEVINO, ARIES OGAYON
26504 PALEYAN, LYRIS VAN PUTTACAG
26505 PALIAN, HANNAH BAHOD
26506 PALICPIC, LILANE PESA
26507 PALIGPIG, NOREEN MATIAS
26508 PALIGUTAN, LEVIE BATINGA
26509 PALILEO, VERALYNN PANTANILLA
26510 PALILIO, JOANNE SAN PEDRO
26511 PALINGCOD, ABIGAIL JAY MONTERA
26512 PALINLIN, LADY LEE MATURGO
26513 PALIS, CALIXTO JR MONTE
26514 PALISOC, DAISY ANTONIO
26515 PALISOC, DON EMILIO DACANAY
26516 PALISOC, JOHN MICHAEL RIOROSO
26517 PALISOC, KATHLEN MAE FERRER
26518 PALISOC, REY MARK PANINGBATAN
26519 PALISOC, RUTH MANIO
26520 PALITAYAN, DALIA PEDRO
26521 PALITAYAN, RHEA BAGUISTA
26522 PALLASIGUE, ARJEN KAYE KAPUNAN
26523 PALLASIGUI, HAZELL MAÑALAC
26524 PALLISO, GASTON NAGANAG
26525 PALLOGAN, RUBILYN MALONDON
26526 PALLOMINA, MARIA LEDA URDANETA
26527 PALMA, ALYSSA ISSANDRA LAO
26528 PALMA, ANGELI ROSE LAPUZ
26529 PALMA, ANN MARGARETH SERMON
26530 PALMA, ANN MAYBELLE ROA
26531 PALMA, ARNOLD JR CASALDAN
26532 PALMA, AUGUST-PRIMITIVO III CAGA-ANAN
26533 PALMA, CHRISTIAN BRYAN DE VERA
26534 PALMA, DANICA LOREN GALVEZ
26535 PALMA, DARYL DE GUZMAN
26536 PALMA, DONNA KRIZEL SEÑA
26537 PALMA, HARLENE CARDENAS
26538 PALMA, HAZEL JUAN
26539 PALMA, JAMES ADRIAN MILLARE
26540 PALMA, JESSA NATIVIDAD GREER
26541 PALMA, JONATHAN GENE MONTECLARO
26542 PALMA, KAREEN MAE LAMBOJON
26543 PALMA, KATHERINE MEDRANO
26544 PALMA, LEONALYN GROTAS
26545 PALMA, MARY CHRISTINE FERNANDO
26546 PALMA, MAYBELLE ESCANILLA
26547 PALMA, MELROSE TIONGCO
26548 PALMA, MHARVY WONG
26549 PALMA, MICKHAIL ALALAYIN
26550 PALMA, PRINCESS LENETTE TULAGAN


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26551 PALMA, ROMA CAMILLE GARCIA
26552 PALMA, ROMELLENE GATBONTON
26553 PALMA, ROWENA ARROZ
26554 PALMA GIL, ARIANE NARCISO
26555 PALMARAN, JAENA RITZ NOCHE
26556 PALMARIA, SHARRA JEAN CANTOS
26557 PALMERO, BERNIE DANVIE YBAÑEZ
26558 PALMERO, DANIEL YBAÑEZ
26559 PALMERO, DANISE CORINA QUERIJERO
26560 PALMERO, MARICARR LOARES
26561 PALMERO, RIZZA CARLA BANTUGAN
26562 PALMES, EDMUND JOHN GARCIA
26563 PALMIANO, KARL LOUIZE DE GUZMAN
26564 PALMITOS, KATRINA GRACE RABAYA
26565 PALO, CHARINA MAE AGCAOILI
26566 PALOAY, KARESS MAY NAZARENO
26567 PALOAY, LOURE JEAN GONZALES
26568 PALOGAN, BAN IAN POLE BITONG
26569 PALOLA, JOHN BENZEL ROLDAN
26570 PALOLA, TRICIA KAYE FIGUERRES
26571 PALOLAN, FREY ANGELO ZERNA
26572 PALOLAN, JAYSON PATRIMONIO
26573 PALOMA, JANICE JALICO
26574 PALOMA, RENICA GUIRUELA
26575 PALOMADO, HAROLD JOHN GUEVARRA
26576 PALOMAR, CHRISTIN HOPE JAVELOSA
26577 PALOMAR, GLORIEGYN BOCALAN
26578 PALOMAR, JOY DISTOR
26579 PALOMAR, VIVIEN RABOTAZO
26580 PALOMARES, ARIELLE MAY ACOLICOL
26581 PALOMARES, ELISHA TAN
26582 PALOMARES, JOHN REY BAG-AO
26583 PALOMARES, MARY GRACE SARREAL
26584 PALOMARES, RACELLE PAYAWAL
26585 PALOMARES, RONALD SEGUIT
26586 PALOMARES, ROSEMINE REFORMADO
26587 PALOMARIA, HONEY JANE TORRIBIANO
26588 PALOMARIA, PATRICIA LOUISE RAVELO
26589 PALOMAS, LEIGH KIMBERLY YU
26590 PALOMAS, MA JENNY VIE MOLOBOCO
26591 PALOMATA, ADAN CHRISTIAN AGUILAR
26592 PALOME, VIRGINIA HELEN ADACLOG
26593 PALOMILLO, MARGARET BANDAGOSA
26594 PALOMO, KRISHA LYNNE BAUTISTA
26595 PALOMO, MARY JOY MANALASTAS
26596 PALOMO, ROSE-ANN CANDIDO
26597 PALOMO, ROSELYN GONES
26598 PALON, PETER ALDWIN SEROMINES
26599 PALOPALO, CATHERINE JANE ENOPIA
26600 PALOPALO, DIANA ROSE GALANG


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26601 PALOPALO, RACHEL POLHEN
26602 PALOS, KAYPEE DAN RAMOS
26603 PALPAL-LATOC, JANINE EDNA MAE GAPASIN
26604 PALSIW, JOSEPHINE MANANENG
26605 PALTAO, BENJIESAR GELACIO
26606 PALTICAN, SONIA DELE
26607 PALTRIGUERA, SARAH JANE TANILONG
26608 PALTU-OB, JEFFRITZ ESPARTERO
26609 PALUBON, BJON TROY OCHAVILLO
26610 PALUDE, KRIZSHIA CLAIRE GICARAYA
26611 PALULLA, AL-MUMAR ARBAS
26612 PALUYO, MARY ANNE TRIPULCA
26613 PAMA, CARL MARK DELICANA
26614 PAMA, ERLYN ORDIZ
26615 PAMA, ZOILO III GACUMA
26616 PAMANAY, AMINODIN DIANAL
26617 PAMATIGAN, RIJEAN BLANCA BRILLANTES
26618 PAMATMAT, FAYE LUPENA
26619 PAMATMAT, MARIELLE ROBLES
26620 PAMBID, GUIA THEELENA BORDON
26621 PAMBID, JANA PATRICIA BANAL
26622 PAMBID, JORDAN ELIZABETH MORALES
26623 PAMBID, PAMELA JOYCE ARZAGA
26624 PAME, NAPOLEON JR ANUBA
26625 PAMEN, MARIA JOAN MAMBURAM
26626 PAMEROL, JOHN ROGER PERADO
26627 PAMESA, EMIL RAPADAS
26628 PAMESA, MARK ANTHONY URBANO
26629 PAMIL, HAZEL ANGELINE CHIU
26630 PAMILAR, AYUMI GAVAN
26631 PAMINTUAN, ABIGAIL PATIO
26632 PAMINTUAN, ANA BEATRIZ BATACLAN
26633 PAMINTUAN, ARIEL JR TEVES
26634 PAMINTUAN, CHRISTIAN JAY SOLOMON
26635 PAMINTUAN, DIANE MARY MOLETA
26636 PAMINTUAN, IMEE LORENZO
26637 PAMINTUAN, JANESSA CHRISTINE BONDOC
26638 PAMINTUAN, JERRICKA SEBASTIAN
26639 PAMINTUAN, JESTIN LISING
26640 PAMINTUAN, JOHN RYAN CABALTICA
26641 PAMINTUAN, JUNE BENITEZ
26642 PAMINTUAN, KRISTAL KAYE BUMANLAG
26643 PAMINTUAN, MA NORAVIL ROSADINO
26644 PAMINTUAN, MELVIN ALDRIN BUSCAYNO
26645 PAMINTUAN, NATHANIEL JOHN CONCEPCION
26646 PAMINTUAN, RINABEL JOY REYES
26647 PAMINTUAN, SHERINA MAE MANALOTO
26648 PAMINTUAN, VIRGILIO JR DUYA
26649 PAMINTUAN, WENDY ANG
26650 PAMITTAN, AYA AMIELLE VALDEZ


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26651 PAMITTAN, JUDITH ROSAL
26652 PAMITTAN, MA IRIS CADALIN
26653 PAMITTAN, MATHEW ROSAL
26654 PAMITTAN, VASNIJOY ANDAL
26655 PAMPILO, COLIN MARK BONGCAWIL
26656 PAMPLIEGA, KURT BAVIERA
26657 PAMPLONA, MADEL ARQUERO
26658 PAMPLONA, MARIAN BARNEDO
26659 PAMPLONA, MARIECRIS VALENCERINA
26660 PAMPLONA, MARK ANTHONY ROSERO
26661 PAMPLONA, MIDORI HANAH GILMAN
26662 PAN, RALPH VINCENT DE LA FUENTE
26663 PANADERO, WAYNE ROSE AMPALING
26664 PANAGA, RIA ANGELY BOSAS
26665 PANAGAN, KATHLEEN MAE GARCIA
26666 PANAGSAGAN, LYNDEE MAE DEJOS
26667 PANAHON, JAYSON GOODEN
26668 PANAHON, RONAR SALVIN ALIDIO
26669 PANALIGAN, ARRESS JEEM DY
26670 PANALIGAN, DIONNE BENETTE BAJESTA
26671 PANALIGAN, KRISKA CAMILLE BUTOR
26672 PANALIGAN, LADY GRACE LIMBAWAN
26673 PANALIGAN, LALAINE ALINDOGAN
26674 PANALIGAN, LOIZA MAE DE LA CRUZ
26675 PANALIGAN, MARIA FE LATOSA
26676 PANALIGAN, ROAN VIDAL
26677 PANALIGAN, VANEZA PABLO
26678 PANANGITAN, IVEN BRIGOLI
26679 PANANGWE, CARMELA HIPOLITO
26680 PANAY, ESTER JOVERO
26681 PANAYO, LUVELL FELIPE
26682 PANCHO, ALJON DIONISIO
26683 PANCHO, JEREMY GRACE USIGAN
26684 PANCHO, KENNETH JAIRON CEDEÑO
26685 PANCHO, LAARNIE FRAGA
26686 PANCHO, MARIA CELESTE BUSTINERA
26687 PANCHO, MARIE JOY SEMILLANO
26688 PANCHO, MARYLEIGH PLANDIANO
26689 PANCHO, REY EURYLL AJOS
26690 PANCILES, MARBEN LASTIMOSA
26691 PANDA, SHAIBA BANTUAS
26692 PANDALAN, JUNIE CANTILA
26693 PANDAN, JOSEPHINE ELISSE YAP
26694 PANDAY, MARY ANN MALAYA
26695 PANDES, GENEVIEVE ROSALIJOS
26696 PANDI, JOVELLE LEONARDO
26697 PANDI, OLIVE RAFER
26698 PANDO, MARY JANE LOPEZ
26699 PANDOSEN, CORAZON TUMITIT
26700 PANDUYOS, JOY REUEL RAMOS


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26701 PANEDA, JESSICA GRACE GONZALES
26702 PANELO, EILEEN ROSE LEGASPI
26703 PANELO, JOHN JOSHUA OQUIAS
26704 PANELO, RUBY MAITA NIDUAZA
26705 PANEM, JONATHAN PERALTA
26706 PANEN, MEDIE JANE BATALLA
26707 PANERGAYO, ALQUIN BALABABA
26708 PANERGO, DARYLL JOHN SISON
26709 PANERGO, MA IRVINIA MOZO
26710 PANERIO, JUNE LADAGA
26711 PANES, EFREN MADULARA
26712 PANES, EMERLITA CASTIGADOR
26713 PANES, FRANCES NIKKI ALLONES
26714 PANES, JANINE APRIL PETINGLAY
26715 PANES, MARIA RENTESSA ESTRELLA
26716 PANES, MARY CHRISIA DEMAVIVAS
26717 PANES, MICHAEL JAY CALDEO
26718 PANES, MICHAL SHEKINAH DELLA
26719 PANESA, GLORY-ANN MONEGRO
26720 PANG, KRISTINE VISITACION
26721 PANG-AN, ADONES TAC-AN
26722 PANGA, CECILLE ANNE VERZOLA
26723 PANGADLO, JAY SALO
26724 PANGALDAN, ATHENA FRANCESCA ESPINO
26725 PANGAN, CESELLE DORINE KINTANAR
26726 PANGAN, CHRISTINE JOANA CONCEPCION
26727 PANGAN, DARREN LACAP
26728 PANGAN, INA KRISTINA MANIO
26729 PANGAN, JAYDEE DE VILLA
26730 PANGAN, JOY KRISTINE PAZ
26731 PANGAN, MA-AN MARINELLE TORRES
26732 PANGAN, MONINA CARLA SANTOS
26733 PANGAN, RAZEL ANNE BALUYUT
26734 PANGANDAMAN, NOR-AILYN ALA
26735 PANGANDOYON, ELRO REGINO ABARCA
26736 PANGANIBAN, AIZA BERMAS
26737 PANGANIBAN, ANGELA JO ANNE CACHOLA
26738 PANGANIBAN, CARL VIRGIL CUYAN
26739 PANGANIBAN, CECILLE MANALO
26740 PANGANIBAN, CHAREL MAE PAGAY
26741 PANGANIBAN, DARRYL GALANG
26742 PANGANIBAN, FERDINAND BAUTISTA
26743 PANGANIBAN, FRECYLYN MANIMTIM
26744 PANGANIBAN, GERRY BALMES
26745 PANGANIBAN, HANNAH PANGANIBAN
26746 PANGANIBAN, JOSEPHINE DIMAYUGA
26747 PANGANIBAN, KELVIN HUBILLA
26748 PANGANIBAN, KRISTINA ANNA FELIPE
26749 PANGANIBAN, LAUREN RON MAWAK
26750 PANGANIBAN, LORYLL ANN DIMAPILIS


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26751 PANGANIBAN, MA ANGELIE DELFIN
26752 PANGANIBAN, MADONNA CAMPANG
26753 PANGANIBAN, MARIE NEL SISON
26754 PANGANIBAN, NERILYN MARIANO
26755 PANGANIBAN, PATRICIA FRANCHESKA ANGELES
26756 PANGANIBAN, ROSE JENN GAMEZ
26757 PANGANIBAN, SHEIK BENITEZ
26758 PANGANIBAN, XAVIER DELA CRUZ
26759 PANGANTIHON, MARBEN SAAVEDRA
26760 PANGARUNGAN, ANIRAIDA BALAYO
26761 PANGCO, RHYAN AL-AZIZ ANAMI
26762 PANGGA, GIDELL JOSEPH VILLEGAS
26763 PANGILAN, DANA JEAN YAP
26764 PANGILIGAN, MICHAEL JOHN MENDOZA
26765 PANGILIN, RACHEL SANCHEZ
26766 PANGILINAN, AIMEE LACANLALE
26767 PANGILINAN, AIMEE TUAZON
26768 PANGILINAN, ANGELIE COLIS
26769 PANGILINAN, ANGELIE FLORES
26770 PANGILINAN, ANTHONY VERZOSA
26771 PANGILINAN, ARVIN PAJARILLAGA
26772 PANGILINAN, CAROL SITCHON
26773 PANGILINAN, CHRISTIAN MARK MALTIZO
26774 PANGILINAN, CLARISSE ABIGAIL REYES
26775 PANGILINAN, FRANCES DARLYN SAMSON
26776 PANGILINAN, GIANNE ALYSSA ESTRADA
26777 PANGILINAN, IRENE TADEO
26778 PANGILINAN, JADE OLIVE REBULLO
26779 PANGILINAN, JENIE GUTIERREZ
26780 PANGILINAN, JOANNA FRANCISCO
26781 PANGILINAN, JON ARVIE LIM
26782 PANGILINAN, JONATHAN GARCIA
26783 PANGILINAN, JORGE JR CHAN
26784 PANGILINAN, JOY MURILLO
26785 PANGILINAN, KELSON TOLENTINO
26786 PANGILINAN, KRISTINE ANNE MARIE GOMEZ
26787 PANGILINAN, MANOLO FRANCISCO SERAFICA
26788 PANGILINAN, MARIFLOR DELA CRUZ
26789 PANGILINAN, MARY ABIGAIL QUIBILAN
26790 PANGILINAN, MARY GRACE DELA CRUZ
26791 PANGILINAN, MARY MAREN FRANCISCO
26792 PANGILINAN, MAURICE DEAN PENGSON
26793 PANGILINAN, MERRIAM CORDERO
26794 PANGILINAN, MILCAH FERNANDEZ
26795 PANGILINAN, NICOLE SAMPANG
26796 PANGILINAN, NIKKO PIGUES
26797 PANGILINAN, PAMELA KRIZHA SANTOS
26798 PANGILINAN, PAOLO ITLIONG
26799 PANGILINAN, PAUL MELAN GARCIA
26800 PANGILINAN, PAULA LUZ TANHUECO


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26801 PANGILINAN, PRINCESS DIANNE VICENTE
26802 PANGILINAN, RECAH MARIANO
26803 PANGILINAN, REGINALD TUTAAN
26804 PANGILINAN, RICHARD NIÑO FUENTES
26805 PANGILINAN, RIO AGUILAR
26806 PANGILINAN, ROANNE ANICETE
26807 PANGILINAN, ROMARY CURATO
26808 PANGILINAN, ROMEL JUBAY
26809 PANGILINAN, ROMINA CRUZ
26810 PANGILINAN, ROY KELVIN DE GUZMAN
26811 PANGILINAN, RUBY ANN TORRES
26812 PANGINDIAN, KRISTINE BACANI
26813 PANGKET, URIEL FOCASAN
26814 PANGOD, CINDY RUTH PECKLEY
26815 PANGOG, SHARIMAE DAYAGAN
26816 PANGUITO, LYNDCY CARLA CAMPO
26817 PANI-AGUA, CATHERINE PATARATA
26818 PANILA, MA SUZANNE JACA
26819 PANILAG, LORY JANE PAZ BOCTOT
26820 PANILAGAO, FAITH ANNE DE GUMA
26821 PANILAGAO, RHEA KARLA PADILLA
26822 PANINGBATAN, DHARA MARIE CAYLALUAD
26823 PANINGBATAN, MARY ANN SALAZAR
26824 PANINGBATAN, SHIELA BACAYAN
26825 PANINGBATAN, SYLEY DE LEON
26826 PANIQUE, RENALIE MAE SANTOS
26827 PANIZA, JOSIE MONICA JIMENEZ
26828 PANIZA, PEACHY MANDAL
26829 PANIZALES, MARIA CRISTINA LOPEZ
26830 PANLAQUI, MARIA JANINE LOPEZ
26831 PANLASIGUI, ROBERT JOHN ROQUE
26832 PANLIBOTON, PHOEBE DAWN PANOPIO
26833 PANLILIO, AARON JASON DE LEON
26834 PANLILIO, BAMBIE PATALINGHOG
26835 PANLILIO, FIDES ANA PABALAN
26836 PANLILIO, JOANA PAYE VECINO
26837 PANLILIO, MARIANNE GARCIA
26838 PANOGALINOG, ALFRED CABASON
26839 PANOGAN, FLYND ANTHONY LEBUMFACIL
26840 PANOGAN, MICHAEL LESTER MACARAYO
26841 PANONDI, NOR-AIN SARIP
26842 PANOPIO, IRIS BELISARIO
26843 PANOPIO, IVYHAZEL HIDALGO
26844 PANOPIO, JANNINE MORDIDO
26845 PANOTES, JOAHNNA MAE CERENO
26846 PANOY, CLAUDETTE BATILO
26847 PANOY, MARIAN FLOR FONDE
26848 PANSA, PENIE BRIAN SAQUIN
26849 PANTA, CHRISTINE OLAYAN
26850 PANTALEON, ABEGAIL FELICIANO


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26851 PANTALEON, ERICSON SAMPANG
26852 PANTALEON, JEMMALYN PADINAY
26853 PANTALEON, MARIBETH FERRER
26854 PANTALEON, MAY REGINE TOLEDO
26855 PANTALUNAN, RAZEL FLORES
26856 PANTARAN, NURRUL-AFRA SOCOR
26857 PANTARAS, RACHEL JOY RUIZ
26858 PANTAS, SHIELLA MAE NAVARETTE
26859 PANTI, DUNSTAN JR SURREDA
26860 PANTI, MARIA KATRINA SOLMIANO
26861 PANTI, NOELENE BACAY
26862 PANTIA, JOHJE APAITAN
26863 PANTIG, MARIA KRISTINE AGUILAR
26864 PANTILLO, APRIL LINE ALFECHE
26865 PANTILON, JASMIN MAPANAO
26866 PANTINOPLE, GENEVIEVE NOEL
26867 PANTINOPLE, JOHN FRANCIS PATRICIO
26868 PANTO, ARLYN ALOTA
26869 PANTOJA, AIMMARIES RIÑON
26870 PANTOJA, LOVELY VIRREY
26871 PANTOJA, PAUL ANTHONY SAYAT
26872 PANTOJA, ROBERT MICHAEL PERAJA
26873 PANTOLLANO, SHERRA VEDA MAE LOMBOY
26874 PANTUA, JOSEPH CHRISTIAN BARONGAN
26875 PANTUA, MIGUEL ANTONIO FLORES
26876 PANTUA, PATRICK ALIPIO
26877 PANUELOS, JANINE PADRIGO
26878 PANUELOS, ROMER LAMTECSON
26879 PANUGAN, ANNAMARIE SAMPANG
26880 PANUNCIAL, LOVELY MARIE CANTIL
26881 PANUNCILLO, ARVIN JAMES LETIGIO
26882 PANUNCILLO, LESELLE CODERA
26883 PANUNCILLON, ELLA RODRIGUEZ
26884 PANUNCIO, MARIA EDZEL ORCIGA
26885 PANZO, DESIREE REBANA
26886 PAPA, FRANK REED ORQUE
26887 PAPA, JHANINE NIKKI JEREMIAS
26888 PAPA, KENNETH JAYCE REYNO
26889 PAPA, RIZZIE ANGELIQUE BANABAN
26890 PAPANGO, RACHEL ANNE VARGAS
26891 PAPASIN, RALPH JOSEF PULUMBARIT
26892 PAPASIN, RICHELLE DECIERDO
26893 PAPELERA, MAILENN REA GORRERO
26894 PAPERA, KIRSTEN ESTRELLA
26895 PAPIO, JASMINE IRISH PENULIAR
26896 PAPIO, JELLY AQUINO
26897 PAPONG, MAYBEL MASGONG
26898 PAPRUZ, MARINEL PAHUNANG
26899 PAQUIBOT, JUNLIZA CUIZON
26900 PAQUIBOT, LORRAINE KRISTINE HANGAD


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26901 PAQUIBOT, ROCEL MANCHING
26902 PAQUIZ, FAUSTINO JR VIZCONDE
26903 PAR, AILIE MAUREEN ALDOVINO
26904 PAR, CARL JUSTINE SY
26905 PAR, GENESIS DEAROZ
26906 PAR, HEZIEL JOY RIEGO
26907 PARACALE, RUSCHEL BALGOS
26908 PARACHA, KRIZZIA CIELO EVEDIENTES
26909 PARADELA, ALEXANDRITE LOUISE SANTIAGO
26910 PARADERO, MELLOW MAE ANN YAP
26911 PARADIANG, ED ANTHONY BOBO
26912 PARADJI, HAJJI KURAIS SAMAIN
26913 PARADO, JAN JOSEPH NUÑEZ
26914 PARAGAMAC, SHEILA
26915 PARAGAS, CHRISTINE NARAG
26916 PARAGAS, FIONNA MAREE ALFARO
26917 PARAGAS, FRAN CHESKA ALYSON PASTOR
26918 PARAGAS, IRENE ANGELA VARGAS
26919 PARAGAS, MA ANGELA ROXAS
26920 PARAGAS, MA LEONORE RODELMA DACANAY
26921 PARAGAS, MICHAEL JUSWA CORTEZ
26922 PARAGAS, ROBERTSON CUEVAS
26923 PARAGAS, YVETTE BARBARA AGBANLOG
26924 PARAGUYA, DON JERILL PANERIO
26925 PARAIS, MARK HAROLD TUYAY
26926 PARAISO, ANGELITA CASTRO
26927 PARAISO, ANGELO LEANDRO GUEVARA
26928 PARAISO, AUDRIENE JOY CRUZ
26929 PARAISO, GRACE ANN RAMOS
26930 PARAISO, JOAN KATRINE SEGARRA
26931 PARAISO, JOHNNY LEONORAS
26932 PARAISO, LEO ANGELO TARDIO
26933 PARAISO, MICHELLE CANOZA
26934 PARAISO, REGINALD MANALAYSAY
26935 PARAL, MARIA CLYSUZETTE BASIT
26936 PARALE, ELLIXON ANGELO LEGASPI
26937 PARALE, REYANNE CRUZ
26938 PARALLAG, MICHAEL JEROME VERGEL
26939 PARAM, CYRILL CHESTER KHO
26940 PARAME, ROBELYN DEMERAY
26941 PARAMEO, ALMIRA MALGAPO
26942 PARANGAN, APRIL MAÑADA
26943 PARANPAN, RITA SULPICO
26944 PARAS, ALESSANDRO MARCOS
26945 PARAS, CHIQUE CARIDO
26946 PARAS, FLORCI LHAICA HERMO
26947 PARAS, KENNETH CARREON
26948 PARAS, KRISTELE JEFF SILVESTRE
26949 PARAS, MARA JAMILA GUTIERREZ
26950 PARAS, MARY MARGARETTE MENDOZA


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26951 PARAS, RIZZA LANTICSE
26952 PARAS, RIZZA MEDINA
26953 PARASO, CATHLEEN JOYCE POLINTAN
26954 PARAYAN, GELINE BARRIA
26955 PARAYAOAN, ANN JEANETTE SANCHEZ
26956 PARAYNO, ERWIN LALUAN
26957 PARAYNO, KARA JOYCE DE VERA
26958 PARAYNO, KRISTINE SANCHO
26959 PARAZO, HOMER CORPUZ
26960 PARAÑAL, MARY FRANCE FOLLOSCO
26961 PARBA, RUSTY COOPER BERONIO
26962 PARCON, APPLE JOY ESTRELLA
26963 PARCON, CHERRIE BEBS SOQUEÑA
26964 PARCON, MARIANO JR PEREZ
26965 PARCON, MARK DARYL MABALE
26966 PARCON, PRIMEROSE DAUPLO
26967 PARCON, RONAN JAMES ABINAL
26968 PARDILLA, SHARON ROSE CARTAGENA
26969 PARDILLO, SHANKY CLAIRE NAMION
26970 PARDIÑEZ, JESSELY MONTEAGUDO
26971 PARDIÑEZ, XERGIUS BJ' NATHAN SANTOS
26972 PARDO, CYBILL MARIE RUSTE
26973 PARDO, JANINA FRANCISCO
26974 PARE, ANNE LYN SAMSON
26975 PARE, MICHAEL TAMAYO
26976 PAREDES, ANJELEE GILHANG
26977 PAREDES, CARLA CHRISTIE GONZAGA
26978 PAREDES, DESIREE MAE UY
26979 PAREDES, MARK ANTHONY MARTINEZ
26980 PAREDES, MARY CRIS LOZADA
26981 PAREDES, PALOMA BIANCA RAGO
26982 PAREDES, RIZA MAE MERLE
26983 PAREDES, SABRINA AHMAD
26984 PAREJA, ANGELINE VENZON
26985 PAREJA, DARRYL PEÑALOSA
26986 PAREJA, JANE OCAMPO
26987 PAREL, CARLIN MICHELLE CABALLERO
26988 PAREL, CHARMAGNE IVANA ALLERA
26989 PAREL, DENNIS JOHN LORICA
26990 PAREL, JANNA JOSHELLE IGNACIO
26991 PAREL, JOHN REY SIMBAJON
26992 PAREÑA, MARY JANE GARCIA
26993 PARGAN, JOFFRE JAMES CANADA
26994 PARGUIAN, PATRICIA KARLA REODIQUE
26995 PARIAL, CHINKEE TEODORO
26996 PARICO, RUTH GIGANTE
26997 PARILLA, KARLYN LIWAG
26998 PARILLA, PORTIA ANGELA CALIMA
26999 PARILLA, STEPHANIE DANE VELASQUEZ
27000 PARIN, RONA TRAPAGA


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27001 PARINA, MARIA CATHERINE BUEZON
27002 PARIS, JELLY ANN VALDEZ
27003 PARIS, KLARICE ANN BARRERA
27004 PARIÑAS, ANGELA JOYCE RAMIREZ
27005 PARIÑAS, DISEREE DONGPOEN
27006 PARIÑAS, JENNYFER GONZALES
27007 PARIÑAS, MARY ANNE CABANGCLA
27008 PARIÑAS, MELANIE CAÑETE
27009 PARIÑAS, MENCHIE BARTOLOME
27010 PARIÑAS, MILLICENT LOU STOVALL
27011 PARIÑAS, REYNALYN LOPEZ
27012 PARKER, ALEXIES ROYCE CASTRO
27013 PARKER, ROXANNE ALEJANDRE
27014 PARLAN, PAUL CYRUS MACARANAS
27015 PARNADA, MELLIE OLAYVAR
27016 PARNONCILLON, ROBERT NAVARO
27017 PARO, LOVELYN AGURO
27018 PAROCHA, ELLA THALLA VICTORIANO
27019 PAROGINOG, ROSEMARIE JANE MURING
27020 PAROHINOG, SARAHMAGNE ALLIZON CRUZ
27021 PAROJILLO, JULIE-ANNE ABER
27022 PAROJINOG, APRIL GILBERT
27023 PAROJINOG, RONA MAE BANGSA
27024 PARONG, CARMILLE CINCO
27025 PARRA, CONSTANCIO JR PANDAC
27026 PARREÑAS, IAN JOHN GABORRO
27027 PARREÑO, AIZA ABARQUEZ
27028 PARREÑO, CAROLYNNE PILAR
27029 PARREÑO, CHRISTIAN DAVE POBLADOR
27030 PARREÑO, KRISTINE ROSE BAYABAN
27031 PARREÑO, MARIGOLD PRECIOUS VILLANOCHE
27032 PARREÑO, MARY GRACE REYES
27033 PARREÑO, ROSELLE VASQUEZ
27034 PARREÑO, RUSSELL JAY UNCIANO
27035 PARRILLA, REYNALENE KAREN HIPOLITO
27036 PARROCHA, BRYAN JHONES ESTAVILLO
27037 PARTA, KRISTINE CALINO
27038 PARTORIZA, BRENDA TABERNILLA
27039 PARTOSA, MAYETTE KAI PILADA
27040 PARTOSA, SHIELA MAE PATAGOC
27041 PARUMOG, IVY JOY MABUTOL
27042 PARUNGAO, APPLE JEAN DONGGON
27043 PARUNGAO, CAROLYN JOY BINUYA
27044 PARUNGAO, CHARRY SHAYNE NERI
27045 PARUNGAO, JENNILYN MENDOZA
27046 PARUNGAO, KRIZZIA IRISH MARIE REYNOSO
27047 PARUNGAO, MICA KIZZEA CUREG
27048 PARUNGAO, PAUL NONIE JR MANCENIDO
27049 PARUNGAO, PRECIOUS JANE DUARDIN
27050 PARUNGAO, RHEA ROSE JOSE


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27051 PARUNGAO, ROSELIZA REYES
27052 PASA-OL, CHERRY MAE URSAL
27053 PASADILLA, DIA ARNEE MENDAROS
27054 PASAG, PATRICK ROJAS
27055 PASAG, RANDOLPH CARLOS
27056 PASAHOL, KRISTINE JOY PUNIO
27057 PASAJOL, MA MINNIE ROSE MENDOZA
27058 PASALO, MARIA JANE SAPLALA
27059 PASAMBA, ROCHELLE FLORECE
27060 PASAMONTE, KAYLIE JAMAYCA MARIE LUCAS
27061 PASAMONTE, SHERLEEN OMBAC
27062 PASANA, HELEN ANNA JIMENEZ
27063 PASAOA, MARIFRANCE GUANSING
27064 PASATIEMPO, BERNARD IAN VITUG
27065 PASAYLO, RIZA ROSE IGNALAGA
27066 PASAYLOON, ESMERALDA SAYSON
27067 PASCARAN, IVYROSE LOURDES PATRIARCA
27068 PASCARAN, RAIZEL ABUEL
27069 PASCIOLES, NEMUEL PRINCIPE
27070 PASCO, BEVERLY JOY CALISON
27071 PASCO, CYRIL DOMINIQUE FERMIL
27072 PASCO, GENOVIVA BARRIOS
27073 PASCO, GERRALENE CARITOS
27074 PASCO, JAHASIEL CALLENO
27075 PASCO, JOYDEE TORRES
27076 PASCO, MA KATHRINA BACANI
27077 PASCO, RENECRIS TULBA
27078 PASCUA, ANGELINE MARQUEZ
27079 PASCUA, AURA ALTHEA CARPIO
27080 PASCUA, CHRISTIE ANN OBENA
27081 PASCUA, CLARK HAROLD TAGUIAM
27082 PASCUA, CLYDE-ANN ACOBA
27083 PASCUA, CORAZON MILLO
27084 PASCUA, ELMER JR ELEFANTE
27085 PASCUA, EMELY CUENCA
27086 PASCUA, EMMANUEL DURIAN
27087 PASCUA, EUNICE PAMULO
27088 PASCUA, EVA MARIE BANDONG
27089 PASCUA, FAYELIN KYLE JUAN
27090 PASCUA, HAZELLE ELLINOIRE DIMAPILIS
27091 PASCUA, IHRA SHANE ALIB
27092 PASCUA, JAHNNA KAI JUAN
27093 PASCUA, JANE MANEJA
27094 PASCUA, JEHAINA MAVI MOREDO
27095 PASCUA, JENARD DAGUIMOL
27096 PASCUA, JENNIFER SALILING
27097 PASCUA, JOANNA ROSE BON
27098 PASCUA, JOSHUA ACIERTO
27099 PASCUA, KAYE ANTONETTE DOMINGO
27100 PASCUA, LEM MICAH EDULIAN


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27101 PASCUA, LIEZYL LAGO
27102 PASCUA, MAE ANN LAPPAO
27103 PASCUA, MAESY LYN BANAL
27104 PASCUA, MARIANNE KRYSTEL LU
27105 PASCUA, MARIGOLD GRACE SABROSO
27106 PASCUA, MARIZ DIEGO
27107 PASCUA, MELANIE RACOSAS
27108 PASCUA, MELISSA RAMORAN
27109 PASCUA, MERVIN ISAAC DELA ROSA
27110 PASCUA, MIKAELA LINSANGAN
27111 PASCUA, MYRAH AGGALOT
27112 PASCUA, NECY ANN ROSE VINLUAN
27113 PASCUA, PRECIOUS RAMOS
27114 PASCUA, PRECIOUS EARN BOMBARDA
27115 PASCUA, ROXANNE GABRIEL
27116 PASCUA, RUVELYN TAMONDONG
27117 PASCUA, TITUS ERWIN IMPERIO
27118 PASCUA, WELITO JR ANDRADA
27119 PASCUAL, ADAM LUI SANTOS
27120 PASCUAL, ALYANA CLARICE LUNA
27121 PASCUAL, ANA MARIA PRESBITERO
27122 PASCUAL, ANGELICA ALOG
27123 PASCUAL, ANNA THERESE SALAZAR
27124 PASCUAL, ARNOLD TABBAL
27125 PASCUAL, ARSEMIE CLAIRE BALINGASA
27126 PASCUAL, ARVIN LLENAREZ
27127 PASCUAL, BEAUTY LYN EBIO
27128 PASCUAL, CAREN ANGELIE BARIT
27129 PASCUAL, CARLA NIKKA BAUTISTA
27130 PASCUAL, CHARIZ ANNE NAVARRETE
27131 PASCUAL, CHRISTIAN JOMUAD
27132 PASCUAL, CRISTY PALTING
27133 PASCUAL, DEANNE MONICA NAZARENO
27134 PASCUAL, DIANNE KRISELLE RAMOS
27135 PASCUAL, DIVINA RODRIGUEZ
27136 PASCUAL, EMEE-LYN MABANTA
27137 PASCUAL, FIDELA CLAIRE CRUZ
27138 PASCUAL, FRANCES LORRAINE CABALONA
27139 PASCUAL, FRANCESCA ANGELYN FRANCISCO
27140 PASCUAL, FRANCIS RAYMOND RAMOS
27141 PASCUAL, GRACIELA
27142 PASCUAL, HAZEL ANNE RAGADIO
27143 PASCUAL, IRISH ANN DELA CRUZ
27144 PASCUAL, IVENA BALBIDO
27145 PASCUAL, JAN EVE BAOIT
27146 PASCUAL, JANN TRICIA RIPARIP
27147 PASCUAL, JERALD ELAMPARO
27148 PASCUAL, JERINA FERNANDEZ
27149 PASCUAL, JOHN PATRICK MARCELINO
27150 PASCUAL, JOHN PATRICK MARQUEZ


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27151 PASCUAL, JOVELYN DAVID
27152 PASCUAL, JUNE VERRIE VALENTIN
27153 PASCUAL, KLARA FRANCESCA RAMOS
27154 PASCUAL, LADY MARGARET AQUINO
27155 PASCUAL, LEOMAR PAUL ROSAL
27156 PASCUAL, LINETTE PASCUA
27157 PASCUAL, LLOYD FRANCER ANGELO BULANADI
27158 PASCUAL, MA TERESA CONCEPCION PORRAS
27159 PASCUAL, MARI DJOANNA APULI
27160 PASCUAL, MARI JO DE LA CRUZ
27161 PASCUAL, MARIA LERISSA LAYBA
27162 PASCUAL, MARIA LIZETTE REYES
27163 PASCUAL, MARIA ROSARIO NEUDA
27164 PASCUAL, MARIA VIRGINIA ELOISA ENRIQUEZ
27165 PASCUAL, MARVIE ANTHONY UNDAN
27166 PASCUAL, MERRY JOICE FRANCISCO
27167 PASCUAL, MONICA ANGELA DE JESUS
27168 PASCUAL, MYLA DE VERA
27169 PASCUAL, NICO LORENZO TABLANTE
27170 PASCUAL, PERCIVAL POBRE
27171 PASCUAL, PRINCESS FREDIELYN ANN VALDEZ
27172 PASCUAL, RAIZA NIKKITA VELASCO
27173 PASCUAL, RAMBERT CUANAN
27174 PASCUAL, REYNALENE REYES
27175 PASCUAL, ROBIE CHARLES DURANTE
27176 PASCUAL, ROBIN JOHN FRANCISCO
27177 PASCUAL, ROSA MIA GUADEZ
27178 PASCUAL, ROWELYN CONSTANTINO
27179 PASCUAL, ROYCE CORREA
27180 PASCUAL, SHERWIN JOHN RAMITERRE
27181 PASCUAL, TRIXIE ANDREA TENG
27182 PASCUAL, TRIXIE JOY SALAZAR
27183 PASCUAL, WINIFER ANCHETA
27184 PASCUAL, ZARAH JANE SISON
27185 PASCULADO, MIA JADE BRIONES
27186 PASIA, ERIC RABANO
27187 PASIA, JESUS RAMOS
27188 PASIBALO, CARMINA RUBIE NAJARRO
27189 PASIBALO, RANA JANEL NAJARRO
27190 PASICOLAN, ANGELITA DELOS SANTOS
27191 PASICOLAN, CHERIE JOY ANOG
27192 PASIGAN, AMIE LEYNES
27193 PASIL, EDGARDO JR BRIONES
27194 PASILAN, MARK ANTHONY ARANAS
27195 PASINABO, ROSE ANN PARCON
27196 PASINAG, JELLENE LASTIMOSA
27197 PASION, ABEGAIL JANE WANAWAN
27198 PASION, DAISY MARIE HUNGAYO
27199 PASION, JENNIFER ZACARIAS
27200 PASION, JOHN PETER DAVID


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27201 PASION, JORGIE CHAN
27202 PASION, KARREN JOY PASCUA
27203 PASION, KERVIN JOSEPH KAGAOAN
27204 PASION, MARIA JOBIE BARRERA
27205 PASION, MARK SHERWIN QUIRIT
27206 PASION, MARK VHINCENT
27207 PASION, RUBY ANNA LIMUN
27208 PASION, VINCENT EARL GUIEB
27209 PASIONA, ALBERT JOSEPH TONGOL
27210 PASIÑO, BRYAN PERBILLO
27211 PASOOT, HANS MICHAEL OLIVA
27212 PASOQUEN, KENJI REI BASA
27213 PASTELERO, LUCILLE ANNE VALDEZ
27214 PASTERA, ADDIE NETTE BUNA
27215 PASTOLERO, ANGELINA GIPALA
27216 PASTOLERO, JEFFERSON BILON
27217 PASTOLERO, JUNITH FERNANDO
27218 PASTOLERO, MA ALLELI LOUISE FERRER
27219 PASTOR, CHRISTIAN LESTER RAMOS
27220 PASTOR, DAN RYAN PAYAS
27221 PASTOR, DELMA CADANO
27222 PASTOR, JAYSON DELA PEÑA
27223 PASTOR, JOSEPH ALPINO
27224 PASTOR, MARIA CELINA THERESE BALDONADO
27225 PASTOR, MARIA KRISTINA UBANDO
27226 PASTOR, NIÑA JESUSA OCAMPO
27227 PASTOR, OLIVER DAVE DUGAS
27228 PASTOR, SHIELLA MARIE GUADES
27229 PASTOR, VILMA DUMAQUIT
27230 PASTORAL, NEECEL REDONDO
27231 PASTORES, KRISTINE GRACECIELA MANESE
27232 PASTORFIDE, LEAH KATRINA JAMERO
27233 PASTORIN, CLAUDETH ALBERTO
27234 PASTORIZA, CHARLENE RAMAS
27235 PASTRANA, AZEE CHLOE GUBE
27236 PASTRANA, BERNADETTE QUIMORA
27237 PASTRANA, CHARMAINE DOLOR
27238 PASTRANA, MARY GRACE PANTILLANO
27239 PASTRANA, PAOLO GENTOLEA
27240 PASTRANA, SER MICHAEL ERVIN CEDEÑO
27241 PASTRO, MARPHY BARBA
27242 PASUQUIN, SANDY ALE
27243 PATAC, LEONISA INTIA
27244 PATACSIL, CHRISTIAN BOADO
27245 PATACSIL, EMILLE JOHN PERALTA
27246 PATACSIL, KRISTINE JOY PERALTA
27247 PATACSIL, MELANIE ZAMORA
27248 PATACSIL, RYAN JAY ADVIENTO
27249 PATADON, MICHELLE AIKO PUIG
27250 PATAG, FLORIDA BUENAVENTURA


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27251 PATAG, JUANNE ERIKA LUCERO
27252 PATAGUE, JUDITH VERAL
27253 PATAGUI, LOURDES PRADO
27254 PATALINGHUG, MAY ANNE PILAR
27255 PATALINJUG, ARNIE BRIGOLE
27256 PATANE, DARYLL KHO
27257 PATANGAN, KENT HARVEY BELLINGAN
27258 PATAPAT, MONICA CONCHITA SITYAR
27259 PATARASA, JULHAMID JR MASARIK
27260 PATARATA, ROLAND CASAYSAY
27261 PATARLAS, SHANE MAE OLAGUIR
27262 PATASIN, DINA LOU CAPANGYARIHAN
27263 PATAUEG, LEEMERVI BERNALES
27264 PATAWARAN, JAN GLENN AGUSTIN
27265 PATAWARAN, JESSICA VILLANUEVA
27266 PATAWARAN, JOAN CARSIE GONZALVO
27267 PATAWARAN, LEO LESTER ALISCAD
27268 PATAWARAN, NINA CAREN CUNANAN
27269 PATDU, MARIE FAYE CANLAS
27270 PATERNO, FRANCISCO BACOL
          Revenge of the Retweet        

Today we try to figure out what happens when our future presidential candidates have thousands of Tweets and Tumblr posts and Instagrams in their online record.

What happens, when today’s teens start running for office? When their entire internet history is there, searchable, for us to read? What if these teens Tweet something at 15 that they might regret at 45? Do we learn to accept that their opinions have changed? Or do we go through every candidate’s entire social media history to find dirt on them? Does that tactic still work in the future? Or do we all just throw up our hands and admit that teens have bad opinions and that hopefully those opinions have changed?

To find out, I talked to a real live young person with political ambitions, Eve Zhurbinskiy a student at George Washington University. She describes her own social media strategy, and how she never Tweets without thinking about how it might come back to bite her. She also talks about going back and deleting Facebook posts and even in one case her entire Tumblr because she thought it might be used against her.

And that’s not paranoid, I also talk to someone who tracks that kind of thing among politicians. Josh Stewart from the Sunlight Foundation explains what Politwoops is and why they’re tracking the deleted Tweets of politicians.

And to round things out this episode I talked to someone who’s got a lot of experience managing digital campaigns for today’s politicians. Laura Olin was one of the first hires for Obama’s 2012 digital team, and she not only ran the Obama Tumblr, but she also actually Tweeted as the President.

Throughout the episode we discuss all kinds of questions about how we think about and forgive humans.

In March of this year, a State Supreme Court justice from Wisconsin named Rebecca Bradley issued an apology for some columns that she wrote 24 years ago in a student newspaper. In the columns she referred to gay people as “queers” and called people with AIDS “degenerates who basically commit suicide through their behavior.” She also said that it would be better to get AIDS than cancer, because, quote “those afflicted with the politically correct disease will be getting all of the funding.” And that abortion is like the Holocaust and slavery.

Bradley says that she was, quote “frankly embarrassed at the content and tone of what I wrote those many years ago” but she also said that when she wrote them, she was “a very young student.” Now the release of these 24 year old columns wasn’t random, the organization that found the columns unveiled them just a month before voters in Wisconsin would vote on whether or not Bradley should retain her seat on the court.

People who wanted Bradley off the court, said that the comments in the columns were so hateful that time didn’t really matter. People who wanted Bradley to say said that she had grown and learned since then, and did not still hold those beliefs. (To be clear, there was also a contingent of people who supported Bradley because they still do hold those beliefs).

So, voters in Wisconsin could decide. And they decided to keep her, Bradley won her seat back. So you could interpret that as evidence that past transgressions can be forgiven, right?  

So this brings us to one version of this future. A future in which voters learn to approach their candidates as flawed individuals, people who have made missteps, people who can change their mind. This isn’t to say that we let people off the hook for their past, but rather that we are okay with them saying “I was wrong, and here’s how I’ve changed for the better.”

I think there’s an interesting ethical question here. Is there some kind of fundamental threshold for past behavior or comments after which the person becomes unredeemable. Like, are there some things that are so bad that we’re just not willing to let that person be elected even if they say they’ve changed. Are there some things that are so hateful that they simply disqualify you from holding elected office? What if she had written something even worse? Is there any thought, that is so gross and terrible, that we just won’t believe that a person who would say that could change?

I don’t know. I like to think that people can change. But if they’re advocating for something super horrible, is there a point of no return. And if not, then the question becomes, do you want to know that a candidate once thought that, even if you think they can and have changed their minds? How does someone prove that they’re better now than they used to be?

In the light version of this future, we all see candidates, with their warts and all, past Tweets and racist jokes and fat shaming Tumblrs and ableist Snapchats. And we hold them accountable and ask them to prove how they’ve changed for the better. And then we grapple with that on a case by case basis, admitting that every human is flawed and hopefully voting for the best person for the job at hand.

But there’s a dystopian version of this future too. And it’s not one in which everybody just gives up on trying to elect people without hateful, racist pasts. It’s a future where we don’t know the past of our elected officials. A future where the only people we elect are those with a completely clean, perfect, online record. And the only folks who can have that, of course, are people with the money and connections and foresight to do so.

So while the rest of us normal people carry on, putting our dumb opinions on the internet, the political elite, groomed by their parents from a very young age, either avoid social media entirely, or pay someone to curate their social media record. Which means that maybe our future politicians will indeed have all kinds of horrible opinions, but there won’t be any way to know or prove it. And in this future, where we refuse to grapple with the idea that someone might be qualified for office even if they Tweeted something sexist when they were 15, we wind up excluding a huge swath of the population from politics. Which of course already happens, right, I mean politicians in general in the United States already come from really privileged backgrounds. But in this future, it’s worse. There would be no elected officials who didn’t come from or have money and connections.

And that’s a future that’s scarier, to me, than reading through all the Tweets from a candidate’s high school and college life.

What do you think? Will our future voting selves be able to handle complex politicians who once had bad ideas? Or will our future politicians only come from elite circles savvy and rich enough to have a clean record? Or some combination of both? It’s always some combination of both, isn’t it.

Flash Forward is produced by me, Rose Eveleth, and is part of the Boing Boing podcast family. The intro music is by Asura and the outtro music is by Broke for Free. Special thanks this week to Jon Olier, Stephen Granade, Wendy Hari, Mat Weller, Brent Rose, Ari Baronofsky and Caroline Sinders. The break music this week is by Ennio the Little Brother. Additional music for the campaign ads by Doctor Turtle, Scomber, Steve Combs, Komiku and Sergey Cheremisinov. The episode art is by Matt Lubchansky.

If you want to suggest a future we should take on, send us a note on Twitter, Facebook or by email at info@flashforwardpod.com. We love hearing your ideas! And if you think you’ve spotted one of the little references I’ve hidden in the episode, email us there too. If you’re right, I’ll send you something cool. This week I’ll give you a hint: check out the future candidates names.

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TRANSCRIPT

Hello and welcome to Flash Forward! I’m Rose and I’m your host. Flash Forward is a podcast about the future! Every episode I take on a possible, or not so possible future scenario. We start with a trip to the future, and then we teleport back to now to talk about what the future would really be like with the help of some experts.

Before we go to the future I just want to remind you all that Flash Forward is doing a live show in New York on August 15th! There are still some tickets available, so if you want to come, you can! I will be there, obviously, and it will be fun, I hope!

Okay let’s go to the future.

This week let’s start in the year 2046.

MUSIC

Male Voice: Senator Campbell wants you to think he’s a shining example of ethics and purity. Don’t be fooled. An independent research group recently uncovered a server full of racist and homophobic Vines recorded by Senator Campbell back in the teens. Go to www.vinetruth.com to see more. But we’re warning you, they aren’t pretty.

Female Voice : I’m Kamala Khan and I approved this message.

Campaign Ad1: It’s morning again in America. Today, more men and women will open up their work portals than ever before in our country’s history. This afternoon, 12,000 babies went home with their families from their birthing pods. This year, nearly 2,000 people bought new homes. It’s morning again, in America, and under the leadership of President Janet Evason our country is prouder, and stronger, and better. Why would we ever want to return to where we were less than 4 short years ago? Why would we ever want to turn our country over to someone who’s first Tumblr account was named DorkWard?

Campaign Ad2: After recession, the Second Korean War, and the Texas break for independance, our economy has been growing for ten straight months. We’ve got the largest tax relief since George W. Bush. No jobs lost to robots since August. Inflation, interest and mortgage rates low. Van Jennings response? He’s Tweeting about the Harry Potter remake. Surely this nation deserves someone with more important things on their mind.

Campaign Ad3: When Kid Loufer was a 14, they founded the Trans Student Activist Resource Center at her high school. What was Kara Sackhoff doing? Running a Kim Kardashian fan-Tumblr. When Kid Loufer was 15 they marched against the discriminatory bathroom bills in North Carolina and Mississippi. What was Kara Sackhoff doing? Tweeting conspiracy theories about Taylor Swift. Our nation deserves someone with a true record of change, not just a popular Snapchat account. The choice is clear, vote Loufer.

Campaign Ad4 voice 1: “the sound my retainer makes when i take it out in the morning is really sexy”
“My only talent is mastering dubsmash”
“Having girls for props is a major key to my game”
Campaign Ad4 voice 2: Yes, these are real Tweets sent by Jules Verrick in 2015. He doesn’t want you to see them, but the public deserves to know what they’re really getting. Vote Cindi Mayweather, a candidate too smart to Tweet.

Campaign Ad5 voice 1: Senator Campbell wants you to think he’s a shining example of ethics and purity. Don’t be fooled. An independent research group recently uncovered a server full of racist and homophobic Vines recorded by Senator Campbell back in the teens. Go to www.vinetruth.com to see more. But we’re warning you, they aren’t pretty.

Campaign Ad5 Voice 2: I’m Kamala Khan and I approved this message.

[Music fades out]

Rose: So in this episode we’re combining two of my least favorite things, or at least my least favorite things to read thinkpieces on the internet about: politics and young people.

Let’s start with young people. Right now there is a whole generation growing up online. Kids with Tumblrs and Twitters and Snapchats and probably all sorts of other things that I don’t even know about. And what this means is that a lot of their lives, and their thoughts, and their social interactions are written down somewhere. There is a recorded, searchable history of their jokes, relationships, their fandoms, their fights, and their opinions.

So that’s the first thing. And the second thing is politics. I’ve been thinking about politics a lot recently, for better or for worse. Here in the United States it’s an election year, which, I’m sure you’ve probably noticed.

And this brings us to the topic of today’s episode: what happens, when those young people start running for office? When their entire internet history is there, searchable, for us to read? What if these teens Tweet something at 15 that they might regret at 45? Do we learn to accept that their opinions have changed? Or do we go through every candidate’s entire social media history to find dirt on them? Does that tactic still work in the future? Or do we all just throw up our hands and admit that teens have bad opinions and that hopefully those opinions have changed?

So, I want to start with a couple of stories about this from history. Because obviously opposition research, and trying to dig stuff up from your opponent’s past, is not a new thing.

In fact, some of the earliest elections in American history were incredibly ugly! In 1824, John Quincy Adams accused Andrew Jackson of being married to a woman who was actually still married to another man. Grover Cleveland, who ran for president in 1884, was taken down by having a son out of wedlock. In 1972, it came out that vice presidential candidate Thomas Eagleton had, ten years earlier, gone through electroshock therapy for depression. The revelation ultimately led to Eagleton stepping down from the VP spot.

More recently, some of your might remember that Ron Paul got into trouble for racist and homophobic articles in a newsletter that his corporation, Ron Paul & Associates, put out starting in the mid 1980’s. Paul claims he had no idea that this content existed, he said he didn’t read or write the newsletter that his corporation, Ron Paul & Associates, put out. But regardless of whether or not that’s true, the content of the newsletters was brought up in almost every race he ran. An opponent discovered the newsletters in 1996, and used them against him. And in 2008 they came up when he ran for president in 2008, and in 2012.

In March of this year, a State Supreme Court justice from Wisconsin named Rebecca Bradley issued an apology for some columns that she wrote 24 years ago in a student newspaper. In the columns she referred to gay people as “queers” and called people with AIDS “degenerates who basically commit suicide through their behavior.” She also said that it would be better to get AIDS than cancer, because, quote “those afflicted with the politically correct disease will be getting all of the funding.” And that abortion is like the Holocaust and slavery.

Bradley says that she was, quote “frankly embarrassed at the content and tone of what I wrote those many years ago” but she also said that when she wrote them, she was “a very young student.” Now the release of these 24 year old columns wasn’t random, the organization that found the columns unveiled them just a month before voters in Wisconsin would vote on whether or not Bradley should retain her seat on the court.

People who wanted Bradley off the court, said that the comments in the columns were so hateful that time didn’t really matter. People who wanted Bradley to say said that she had grown and learned since then, and did not still hold those beliefs. (To be clear, there was also a contingent of people who supported Bradley because they still do hold those beliefs).

So, voters in Wisconsin could decide. And they decided to keep her, Bradley won her seat back. So you could interpret that as evidence that past transgressions can be forgiven, right?

Of course, there are plenty of examples of the opposite happening particularly when the scandals involve affairs and not past horrible opinions. In 1987 Gary Hart’s presidential campaign was ended by a sex scandal involving a blonde woman named Donna Rice. Many think that John Edwards’s 2008 campaign was ultimately undone by his affair with a filmmaker. The list here goes on and on and I’ll stop here.

So in the future, when our politicians are living with a whole trail of opinions and thoughts and jokes and memes and relationships, how do we handle that?

I want to start the answer to these questions by going straight to the source. A young person! A young person with political ambition:

Eve Zhurbinskiy: Sure. My name is Eve Zhurbinskiy. And I am a rising junior at George Washington University in D.C. I’m double majoring in political science and history with a minor in sustainability and I’m currently involved in a variety of organizations so I’m kind of doing the typical D.C. intern thing. I’ve interned at NARAL, Advocates for Youth. I’m going to be with Every Voice this summer, it’s a campaign finance reform organization. I also hold elected office on a Neighborhood Commission where we vote on a lot of matter is impacting the neighborhood. Mostly things like zoning and liquor licenses but it’s really cool because my district actually consists of students because of the way it’s formed it’s all the dorms in Greek houses so I get to work on student related issues.

After I graduate undergrad I’m hoping to get like a JD and possibly a masters in public policy and then work on policy related issues, or practice law and then hopefully pursue higher office.

Rose: So you’re thinking that like running for office like elected situation.
Eve: Yeah possibly in the future.
Rose: I mean obviously you got to commit to this right. Yeah. [2.2]

And like most young people Eve uses social media.

Eve: Yeah I use Twitter, I’m always on Twitter and I have 44000 tweets which I guess is a lot more than a lot of people I know my age and I’m also on Facebook snapchat and Instagram and Linkedin and that’s about it.

Rose: And as a person with political ambition, Eve actually does think about her social media profiles in the way that a politician might.

Eeve: Yeah I mean generally I stick to the rule that if I wouldn’t want my employer to see it then I wouldn’t Tweet that.

Rose: She even goes back sometimes to curate her past posts, to make sure she doesn’t have anything up there that she might no longer like or believe.

Eve: I mean I definitely went back and deleted a lot of Facebook posts from years past that I feel like no longer represent my opinions.

Rose: In fact, when Eve was a senior in highschool, she did something kind of drastic.

Eve: When I was in high school I was really into Tumblr and then halfway through my senior year I deleted my Tumblr. And Tumblr is a lot of fan girling and things like that and I thought well I don’t want someone 20 years from now seeing me fan girling over whatever I was fan girling over back then. They might not understand the Tumblr culture that was so popular a few years back so then I just to be in my time learned I don’t want any of this coming back to me.

Rose: So you just deleted it.
Eve: Yeah.
Rose: That’s drastic!
Eve: I don’t know I don’t really think about it anymore I feel like everyone I know who was on Tumblr is no longer on their you know.
Rose: So you don’t miss it?
Eve: Nope.

Rose: And Eve isn’t alone, she says her friends who are also into politics do the same thing.

Eve: Yeah I actually have a friend just yesterday who is freaking out because she has the Time Hop app and she found that like six years ago when she was 16 she had tweeted something that was mildly transphobic and she really freaked out and is like I can’t believe I believed any of this like I have to go and believe this right away because people are going to find out. And that’s going to be really bad.

Rose: Now, Eve does have places where she lets loose a bit. She has a private Twitter that’s locked, just for her friends, and she has group texts, but even in those places she chooses her words carefully.

So, as part of reporting this story I started thinking about the online trail that I have. I am very, very glad that I didn’t have Twitter growing up because I definitely had a lot of very bad and dumb opinions about politics as a teenager. But while I didn’t have Twitter, I did have a Livejournal. Uh, for those of you too young to know what Livejournal is, it’s basically an old blogging site. And I actually tried to go back and retrieve my old Livejournal account. Now, much to my horror, I found my Livejournal. It does still exist on the internet. And it is very embarrassing and I am not going to tell you how to find it. And I thought, oh I should definitely do what Eve did with her Tumblr, and delete this. Immediately. Because I do not want it to exist anymore, and I couldn’t. Because I don’t remember the password, and I don’t have access to the email address I used to register my Livejournal anymore so there’s no way for me to prove this is even my blog and to get in. And get rid of it.

Ugh it’s so bad. Also on that Livejournal I reference a Xanga, which I can’t even find because I can’t remember the username that I used for it. Please don’t go looking for it dear god.

Thankfully for everybody on the planet including me, I have no intention of running for president. But if I did, oh man these Livejournal entries include some embarrassing poetry that some people would have a field day with! And that I should absolutely pay someone to get rid of if I were to ever decide to become a politician.

And if you think that Eve and I are being overly paranoid, I want to introduce you to our next guest this week.

Josh Stewart: Sure. I’m Josh Stewart I’m the deputy communications director with the Sunlight Foundation.

Rose: which is the home to something called Politwoops, which I constantly misspell and mispronounce as Politiwoops? But it’s Politwoops. Anyway.

Politwoops is a little bit of code that grabs up any Tweet that a politician deletes. So everybody from a local senators to our current presidential candidates Trump and Hillary, any time they delete a Tweet, that gets grabbed by the Politwoops code, and published on their website.

The idea here is to hold politicians accountable, to make sure that they can’t just go off and say things, and then delete those Tweets and claim they never happened.

Now, if you go to Politwoops.sunlightfoundation.com you can read these Tweets. And, I have to tell you that most of them are very boring.

Josh: A lot of tweets are deleted because of a broken link or a typo, they sent it out at an inopportune time and decided to wait. And that bucket is not really what Politwoops is about we’re not about catching grammar mistakes right or anything like that.

Rose: But there are two other main buckets of deleted Tweets, and those are the ones that Politwoops is most interested in.

Josh: When politicians and elected officials are reacting in real time to news. Right? And something occurs and they delete that tweet and they remove it from the public record. That is one way we’ve seen Politwoops be valuable. The, you know the issue all around, Bergdahl. You know and the you know Sereal did a podcast about this but when he came back initially a lot of politicians and elected officials talked about how you know you know “it’s exciting to have him back we want to welcome him back” and then over time the issue of his return became more controversial and you saw some deleted tweets right.

Rose: For those unfamiliar with who Bowe Bergdahl is, the five second version is that he was an American soldier who was captured by the Taliban in 2009 and released in 2014 in exchange for five Taliban members who were being held at Guantanamo Bay. There’s a whole season of the podcast Serial about his case, but basically the circumstances under which Bowe Bergdahl was captured are unclear and some people think he should be tried for desertion, and it’s all very complicated.

Josh: And I think that was important right because the information changed and so politicians shouldn’t be they should be allowed to change their mind and change their views but they should be held accountable for the statements they made.

Rose: And the other thing you see with Politwoops is what Eve did to her Tumblr, and what I failed to do with my Livejournal.

Josh: Folks running for office, or elected officials again deleting tweets that are very old. Right. So one year two years six months you know you know and there’s a number of reasons for that they could be perfectly legitimate. But we think those deserve scrutiny. You know if if they’re going back in to Tweets six six months a year two years and deleting them why is that.

Rose: Now Josh is quick to stress that Politwoops isn’t here to say “don’t ever delete Tweets.” He says that sometimes there’s a good reason to get rid of old Tweets! But public officials, people who hold office or who have officially declared their candidacy, should be held accountable for the things they say. Even on a site as fleeting as Twitter.

Josh: We yeah we don’t really make a judgment call about that sort of thing. Right like our view is if such a candidate or a public official has deleted a Tweet the public deserves to know about it. And there could be a debate and it could it could be that there’s a perfectly reasonable explanation right. You know and I think you have to back up a little bit too when it comes to like often candidates make their entire life story in biography a part of why they run that’s a big part of American politics right. And so if they’re leaving something out or deleting old issues or old tweets or old ideas I think that adds to the conversation around someone’s biography and that can. I think that can does it that often deserves an explanation.

Rose: So Eve deleting her Tumblr and combing through her Facebook and all of that now, before she’s elected, is actually smart. Because once she is elected, if she is elected, deleting those Tweets won’t be a private thing.

So what happens next? What happens in 30 years when Eve is, in theory, running for President? If she wants to! No pressure Eve.

When we come back, I’ve got two versions of that future for you, a dystopian and … less dystopian one. I don’t really do utopias here. But before we do that, a quick break.

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Rose: Okay so today’s future is about politics. And about what happens when people who have grown up online, leaving behind them a trail of easily searchable content, start to run for political office.

We’ve talked to a bonafide young person. We’ve talked to someone who helps track politicians deleted Tweets. And now we’re going to talk to someone who has a lot of experience thinking about social media for politicians.

Laura Olin: To the extent that anyone knows what they’re doing I have experience in helping politicians create voices online and also just convey who they are as people and what they stand for in a way that will generate communities around that candidate and translate importantly to you know fundraising dollars and volunteer sign ups and votes.

Rose: This is Laura Olin. She’s a digital strategist for democratic campaigns. And she was actually one of the first people to work on the Obama 2012 digital team. And eventually, she actually ran Obama’s Twitter account.

Rose: So you got to tweet as Obama?
Laura: I did.
Rose: That’s crazy to me
Laura: Yeah for like two years it was fun.
Rose: Was it ever scary to you? Like this power that I have!
Laura: Oh yeah all the time and like I know you’re you’re your biggest fear is that you’re going to accidentally Tweet something you know that it was intended for your personal account and actually that happened a few times on our team really it nothing like too terrible but like someone wisht member of our team happy birthday I felt like I actually did it from the Barack Obama own account. But yeah it could have been worse.

Rose: So, Laura is sort of the mastermind behind a whole bunch of internetty political stuff you might have seen. Her team was the one behind Obama’s Tumblr account, which came up with all kinds of weird, funny images and GIFs to share. Even some things that actually kind of got them into trouble.

Laura: And we did we did do a few things on that got us in trouble which is to say they got me in trouble.

Rose: Basically Laura would sometimes poke fun at Obama’s opponents in these meme-ish internetty ways and sometimes those opponents wouldn’t take kindly to it or even really understand it.

Laura: The worst one was someone had, and I can’t remember the specifics, but someone had posted an e-card style postcard that included the phrase, and I can’t remember the specifics, but it included the phrase “ladyparts?” And Michelle Malkin, somehow discovered this, like someone sent this to her and they actually got “ladyparts” trending on Twitter talking about how vulgar we were which was really funny. It was something about protecting ladyparts or something like that. And for me, as like a Tumblr user, I was like oh that doesn’t seem weird or over the line at all and obviously politics Twitter disagreed, but that’s fine.

Rose: But overall Laura actually says that she’s seeing a sort of, loosening, of what is acceptable for politicians to do online. Today, the first lady has a Snapchat account, and Hillary has embraced pantsuits and the texts from Hillary meme. And it also seems like people are getting more and more willing to excuse past behavior.

Laura: As an example I was thinking back to when President Bill Clinton back in the 90s talked about marijuana use, or actually I think he was asked on some MTV forum whether he smoked weed and he said famously “I didn’t inhale.” And then fast forward 20 years and Barack Obama who was literally part of a group of teenage boys who called themselves the Choom Gang I think it was and like you know when I went around like hot boxing in their van in Hawaii and like no one really cared so I do think that I just you know times change and people’s standards change about like what you know as we were saying before like what is presidential and what’s appropriate for a president to do or not do and I think those standards change according to what people do in their own lives to like you know as much as marijuana use has become more mainstream, it doesn’t seem so crazy.

Rose: And there even seems to be a shift in how consistent people want their candidates to be when it comes to keeping the same stance over the years. In 2004, John Kerry was often attacked for being a “flip flopper,” someone who changed his mind willy nilly. Now that wasn’t actually true but the accusation was very effective, and ultimately people saw him as weak and untrustworthy. And Laura says that’s less of an issue now. People are more willing to let politicians change their minds about things when they get new information.

Laura: I think that generally the flip flopper thing is less of a thing like I remember it was huge in 2004 and you know Tim Russert on Meet the Press would set up these incredibly cringeworthy moments where he would you know play someone’s quote from three years ago and be like you “do you still believe that now?” But that’s just it seems to be less present in you know the general discussion around and around politics and political stances. Like Hillary just reversed first stands on I think pre-college like this week and everyone was like “great” rather than being like “you’re so hypocritical.”

Rose: So this brings us to our positive version of this future. A future in which voters learn to approach their candidates as flawed individuals, people who have made missteps, people who can change their mind. This isn’t to say that we let people off the hook for their past, but rather that we are okay with them saying “I was wrong, and here’s how I’ve changed for the better.”

Or maybe, here’s another version of that future, that’s less hopeful. Maybe we just don’t care about a politician’s past at all as long as they’ve convinced us that they’ll be a good president. We’ve seen that, I guess a little bit, with Trump this election cycle. For most candidates, Trump’s Twitter history and past comments would be a total campaign killer. For those who haven’t been paying attention he’s said all sorts of racist and inflammatory things that your average politician just couldn’t get away with.

But, somehow, the normal rules of politics just don’t seem to apply to him. And maybe he’s the future, maybe Americans at least are totally okay with terrible past comments as long as the candidate has convinced them otherwise. For Trump, of course, many of his supporters don’t see anything wrong with being racist, sexist, anti semitic, etc etc.

But setting Trump aside for a second, I think there’s an interesting ethical question here. Is there some kind of fundamental threshold for past behavior or comments after which the person becomes unredeemable. Like, are there some things that are so bad that we’re just not willing to let that person be elected even if they say they’ve changed. Like, in the case of the Supreme Court judge in Wisconsin. Those were really bad things to think, let alone write down. Now, she says she no longer thinks those things.

Her opponents argued that what she wrote was so hateful that there’s just no coming back from it. That someone who would ever think and write those things should not be entrusted with a position of such power. Is that the case? Are there some things that are so hateful that they simply disqualify you from holding elected office? What if she had written something even worse? What if she had praised… I don’t know…. child sex slavery or something. Is there any thought, that is so gross and terrible, that we just won’t believe that a person who would say that could change?

I don’t know. I like to think that people can change. But if they’re advocating for something super horrible, is there a point of no return. And if not, then the question becomes, do you want to know that a candidate once thought that, even if you think they can and have changed their minds? How does someone prove that they’re better now than they used to be?

In the light version of this future, we all see candidates, with their warts and all, past Tweets and racist jokes and fat shaming Tumblrs and ableist Snapchats. And we hold them accountable and ask them to prove how they’ve changed for the better. And then we grapple with that on a case by case basis, admitting that every human is flawed and hopefully voting for the best person for the job at hand.

But there’s a dystopian version of this future too. And it’s not one in which everybody just gives up on trying to elect people without hateful, racist pasts. It’s a future where we don’t know the past of our elected officials. A future where the only people we elect are those with a completely clean, perfect, online record. And the only folks who can have that, of course, are people with the money and connections and foresight to do so.

Laura: And do you necessarily want only the people who know from the time that they’re 14 that they want to be in public office and have the time and the energy to do that. You know I would prefer if our public officials came from more walks of life and more professions, so yeah it’s a really scary thing to think about.

Rose: So while the rest of us normal people carry on, putting our dumb opinions on the internet, the political elite, groomed by their parents from a very young age, either avoid social media entirely, or pay someone to curate their social media record. Which means that maybe our future politicians will indeed have all kinds of horrible opinions, but there won’t be any way to know or prove it. And in this future, where we refuse to grapple with the idea that someone might be qualified for office even if they Tweeted something sexist when they were 15, we wind up excluding a huge swath of the population from politics. Which of course already happens, right, I mean politicians in general in the United States already come from really privileged backgrounds. But in this future, it’s worse. There would be no elected officials who didn’t come from or have money and connections.

Now, Josh from Politwoops thinks I’m overstating this dystopia.

Josh: I mean that that seems to me just like a little bit of a leap. I mean there’s always been student newspapers and before Twitter there were blogs you know and things that folks were held accountable for that they wrote in their youth right? And Twitter is just a new iteration of young people that perhaps have public ambitions sort of reconciling like how how much how much do they want to exercise you know various viewpoints that they have whether they be controversial not versus like we you know how will that statement live over time right and I think Twitter. And Facebook and other types of social media the media’s been an iteration of you know something folks that want to run for office have been dealing with a long time.

Rose: And in some ways he’s right, we’ve already heard about people who have had their college writing brought up against them. But I can’t help but feel like Twitter and Facebook offer an easier, faster way to mouth off online. And with more opportunity to record your dumb thoughts for all of the Internet to see and search for later, the more danger there is here.

Or maybe all future politicians just use Snapchat so there’s no historic record of their terrible jokes ideas.

Laura: It does seem like we might be entering a new phase of social platforms where permanence is actually like the opposite of a selling point so it seems like we might be moving toward a future where fewer things are discoverable far and far in the future so I wouldn’t be hugely surprised if it would be you know in you know in 20 years like who would even be able to find like your Livejournal from probably a few years ago you know so I think it might just be like a matter also of technology changing that it’ll be hard to discover these things and you know for for good and for good for ill.

But Eve says that even Snapchat is not safe.

Eve: I think that was Snapchat people tend to lose their inhibitions and I think that’s really bad because people have posted things on Snapchat that are quite frankly not things that they would want their boss to see or want really anyone besides their immediate friends to see and I think that’s definitely out of all of the platforms probably the one that could potentially harm people if they want to run in the future.

Rose: What do you think? Will our future voting selves be able to handle complex politicians who once had bad ideas? Or will our future politicians only come from elite circles savvy and rich enough to have a clean record? Or some combination of both? It’s always some combination of both, isn’t it.

For more on past and future political campaigns, head to flashforwardpod.com where I’ll post more links. But not a link to my Livejournal. You will pry that out of my cold dead hands.

Flash Forward is produced by me, Rose Eveleth, and is part of the Boing Boing podcast family. The intro music is by Asura and the outtro music is by Broke for Free. Special thanks this week to Jon Olier, Stephen Granade, Wendy Hari, Mat Weller, Brent Rose, Ari Baronofsky and Caroline Sinders. The break music this week is by Ennio the Little Brother. Additional music for the campaign ads by Doctor Turtle, Scomber, Steve Combs, Komiku and Sergey Cheremisinov. The episode art is by Matt Lubchansky.

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          A Pragmatic Champion of Liberty        

Independent voters hankering for a genuine alternative to Barack Lyndon Roosevelt Obama on the left and Fox News flunkies on the right might have their man. No, it’s not Ron Paul, the Texas Republican Congressman who electrified them last election cycle. It is arguably someone better: the former two-term Republican governor of New Mexico, Gary Johnson.

Johnson, who became the first to declare his candidacy for the Republican nomination, is the most consistently pro-liberty Republican or Democratic candidate in living memory. Like Paul, he is anti-war, anti-big government, and pro-civil liberties. But unlike Paul, he is pro-choice (except for late-term abortions), pro-immigration, pro-trade, and untainted by bizarre conspiracy theories that NAFTA, and a highway running through Mexico, America, and Canada, is a prelude to the dissolution of the North American borders. Nor does he have Paul’s racist newsletter baggage. His signature issues are not abolishing the Fed or returning to the gold standard. Rather, it is avoiding the impending financial collapse by cutting government spending on everything by 43 percent—Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, and defense—a plan bolder than any that either party has proffered. No political candidate is ever perfect. But Paul has fundamental flaws that Johnson does not. There is no issue on which Johnson is less pro-liberty than any other politician and the vast bulk on which he is significantly more pro-liberty. Paul, however, is far less pro-liberty than even a lot of Republicans on trade and immigration.

Thus unless Johnson misspells “potatoe” or finds some other way to self immolate, his message of common-sense free-market economic conservatism and social liberalism might do the country a world of good, win or lose.

(Article continues below the video "Former NM Gov. Gary Johnson's Vision for a Truly Free America.")

Not that he is accustomed to losing (or misspelling). A fitness fanatic who has participated in five Ironman triathlons, he defied all odds to win the New Mexico governor’s race in 1994 as a 42-year-old political virgin never having run for office. He twice defeated his Democratic opponent by 10 points in a state that is two-to-one Democratic. He funded his first campaign from his own fortune acquired when he sold for $38 million his construction company, which he started with one person: himself.

But more impressive than winning office is what he did in it. A fiscal hawk, he slashed government spending, something that none of the other governors leading the pack of GOP hopefuls have done. Mitt Romney destroyed his own fiscal legacy by enacting a universal health coverage program that is now devouring the Bay State’s budget. And Sarah Palin, notwithstanding her fairy-tales, presided over a 31 percent spending hike. By contrast, Johnson cut the 10 percent annual growth his state budget had been experiencing in half. He vetoed 750 bills, a third of them Republican, privatized government services and trimmed public-sector employee rosters. He lowered taxes and still exited with a tidy budget surplus.

None of this is to deny that his candidacy faces Mt. Everest-high impediments (a mountain that, incidentally, Johnson has climbed). He has little name recognition and no money. That might change if he makes a serious showing in the first few primaries. But that’ll be difficult given that the GOP’s primary process is stacked against anti-establishment candidates like him who refuse to pay obeisance to agricultural subsidies in Iowa, the site of the first contest. His strategy is to win New Hampshire where his pro-liberty message has more resonance.

The issue, however, is whether he can sell this message.

His hope is that his economic conservatism and social liberalism will have cross-political appeal. But the flip side is that it will also generate cross-political hostility. Liberals, whose beloved entitlement programs would face major cuts under him, won’t take things lying down. Indeed, they have already started digging up dirt and attacking his opposition to child labor laws. Meanwhile, anti-immigration conservatives too have declared him unfit for office because he supports a guest worker program and opposes deportation.

Ron Paul doesn’t have to contend with conservative hostility because he makes no pretense of being a social liberal and routinely flirts with questionable causes popular with his Texas base. But Johnson is no populist. His strategy is to make pragmatic arguments for liberty. Thus he defends his embrace of immigration and opposition to the war on drugs, not on first principles but on fiscal grounds. He doesn’t issue lectures on the importance of open borders to individual liberty. Or offer disquisitions on “your life, your choice” to defend drug use. Rather, he appeals to voters’ common-sense, first and foremost. As governor, he tackled the illegal immigration issue by demonstrating that illegals pay more in state taxes than they consume in services. Likewise, he emphasizes how the drug war sucks up massive law enforcement dollars without reducing use.

This is a savvy approach because it allows him to be more pro-liberty on more issues and reach more people, especially independents for whom putting America’s fiscal house in order is a top priority. According to David Kirby of the Cato Institute, liberty-minded independents are already about 15 percent of voters, big enough to swing a general election. Johnson’s message could grow that number.

America is facing an unprecedented economic crisis that will require tough choices. It needs candidates who offer honest and principled solutions that demonstrate that pro-liberty policies are not a moral luxury but a practical necessity. Johnson is the only such candidate. Win or lose, so long as he makes himself heard, he’ll push the national conversation in the right direction.

Shikha Dalmia is a senior analyst at Reason Foundation and a columnist for The Daily, America's first iPad newspaper, where this column originally appeared. This column previously appeared at Reason.com.


          By: Midwesterner        
I saw those remarks picked out and highlighted in news reports. As a known 'hood ornament' for libertarians, Ron Paul has just done huge damage to our credibility. Can he possibly believe what he said?
          By: Paul Marks        
Michiganny - do you mean "drop in supplies of food and meds"? How would this stop the local bad guys raping, enslaving and murdering? Anyway they would just steal the supplies you would drop in. "No I meant drop in weapons and ammo", well if that is what you mean, I still think the local victims would lose, but you may have a point. Although not one that will be popular with the Hollywood crowd, or with the rest of the media/academia - they would find someway to blame the whole situation on the United States (specifically the evil Bush, or whoever the new hate figure was). Nor is such "blame America" stuff just on the left. I have just watched the Republican debate. Congressman Ron Paul claimed that 9/11 was caused by the United States "bombing Iraq whilst it was under sanctions". I assume he means the attacks on Iraqi antiaircraft sites after they opened fire on Western aircraft who were trying to enforce the "no fly zones" (i.e. the effort to reduce the number of Kurds and southern Shia that Saddam was murdering). In an interview just after the debate Congressman Paul (when questioned about the gassing of the Kurds) said "we gave them the gas". This was a lie. Indeed it is a special type of lie, I will not say what sort of lie it is (as a lady wrote the posting this thread is about) but it starts with the letter "f" and is a verb.
          The Rhetoric of Libertarians and the Unfortunate Appeal to the Alt-Right        

One of my most clicked-on posts here at BHL was this one on Ron Paul’s newsletters and why they still mattered 20 years after they were published. In that piece,...

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          TexMessage: Test your knowledge of dead dictators        
Good morning, TexMessagers. Test your knowledge of dead dictators of the past century in this week's TEXclusive News Quiz. And guess which state Rick Perry and Ron Paul will be visiting all this week? (See Texas Watch for the details.)
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          Of Mice & Men On Their New Album: “We’re Writing Some Of The Heaviest Material We’ve Ever Written”        

Aaron tells all about the band's forthcoming new music on the Rock Sound Podcast.



Of Mice & Men frontman Aaron Pauley joined us on the Rock Sound Podcast to talk about the band's heavy new music and how life in the band has been since the departure of Austin Carlile...

"Expect a very energetic, invigorated album," revealed Aaron.

"We've been writing arguably some of the heaviest material that we've ever written. We absolutely love metal and doing all these heavier festivals this year - getting on stage and screaming my head off and being up there with my dudes making loud noise - means a lot of the energy and heart from that scene is going to bleed heavily into our new album."

And Aaron went into further depth on how his transition to frontman has been...

"[Stepping up as frontman] is definitely feeling more natural now. It's less me thinking about what I'm doing and more me just kind of experiencing us playing all the songs.

"It's definitely a change - some days it's difficult, some days I feel like I'm choking on my hair or I'm catching my breath. But being stuck in front of a microphone also means I get to see the crowd and interact more, I get to share more moments with people than maybe just myself, my bass and my hair!

"We're very conscious now that time is precious, you never know if it's going to be your last show - so enjoy it, enjoy the press, enjoy everything about this, because it's finite."

 


For more from Aaron, including more on the band's rebirth and plans to return with pyro, listen to the full interview here


          Tea Partiers softer on gays than GOP        
Call it the Ron Paul wing of the Tea Party movement, but a sizable portion of the colorful, spelling-challenged protesters are at least consistent about wanting the government out of our pocketbooks and out of our bedrooms: In general, those...
          The Ron Paul Effect?        

The numbers caught even the candidate by surprise. In fact, his campaign did not organize the drive. Credit for that goes to a Paul fan named Trevor Lyman -- and the 37,000 donors who answered his call. These followers, who appear unmoved by questions of "electability," will not simply vanish when Republican primary voters shun his candidacy. They will generate intense pressure on their man to run for president in the general election as a Libertarian.

Might he give these people what they want? He's done it before. Paul was the Libertarian candidate for president in 1988. True, he won a mere .47 percent of the vote against George H.W. Bush and Michael Dukakis, but memorable performances in this year's Republican debates have amplified his small-government, anti-war message; elevated his public profile; and stoked growing interest in his campaign.

For the moment, Paul says he has no intention of launching a third-party run, a predictable response from a candidate still hoping to woo Republican voters. But during a GOP debate in Dearborn, Mich., last month, he raised eyebrows and fired up his fans by signaling that he wasn't yet prepared to simply toe the party line.

Asked if he would pledge to back the eventual Republican nominee, he replied, "Not unless they're willing to end the war and bring our troops home, and not unless they're willing to look at the excessive spending. No, I'm not going to support them if they continue down the path that has taken our party down the tubes." Not exactly the response of a GOP loyalist, but precisely what his admirers hoped to hear.

If he does decide to extend the life of his candidacy beyond the GOP primaries, how might a third-party bid impact the election next November? Forget the parsing of "microtrends." A Ron Paul run would spell bad news for the Republican Party.

In 2000, after eight years of Bill Clinton's presidency, a small percentage of Democrats voted for Ralph Nader to register their anger at a party that had strayed from (what these voters considered) core principles. GOP voters, sick of the Clinton administration and hungry for victory, unified behind the candidacy of George W. Bush.

In 2008, after eight years of the Bush presidency, a small percentage of Republicans who are not happy with their party's nominee might register their disappointment by supporting a small-government conservative like Ron Paul. Democrats, sick of the Bush administration and hungry for victory, will likely unite behind the Democratic nominee. If a third-party candidate's impact is felt in key states, as it was in 2000, the result could swing a close election to the Democrat.

There is historical evidence to support this view. Over the past century, relatively popular third-party candidates have almost always hurt the nominee of the party that holds the presidency. Strom Thurmond's run in 1948 could not help Dewey defeat Truman. But Theodore Roosevelt in 1912, George Wallace in 1968, Ross Perot in 1992, and Ralph Nader in 2000 helped (to varying degrees) to push the party in power from the White House.

Why is this so? Major third-party or independent candidates emerge only when the public is unusually eager for "change." That certainly appears to be the case this year. Change often means a change of party. What might a Republican voter see in Ron Paul? Ask Mr. Lyman. "I like some things about Republican ideals, but it goes back to the Constitution for me. Those ideals are all about small government, even if the party in recent years has not been," he told ABC.

If Republican voters nominate Rudy Giuliani, the effect might be even more obvious. Ron Paul strays from Libertarian ideals in one noteworthy way: He opposes abortion rights. Some social conservatives, angered that the pro-choice Giuliani is the GOP candidate, might embrace Paul as the race's only authentic conservative.

Most third-party candidates are well aware they have little chance of becoming president. They run to advance an agenda they feel no other candidate will champion. They need a passionate (if small) following to raise money and spread the word. They need some level of name recognition. Paul fits the bill on the first two counts, and his multimillion-dollar haul and fiery debate performances suggest he's well on his way to the third.

It would be foolish to try to predict whether a person you've never met will run for office. Congressman Paul may not have begun to devote much thought to the matter. But he's well worth watching. And if he does push his candidacy all the way to November, he'll matter much more than he does at the moment.


          Is Brendan Eich Queer?        

Ross Douthat has out-Slatepitched me.

Here I was, huddled with Andrew Sullivan, Reihan Salam, Conor Friedersdorf, and a few others in a strange platoon of gay marriage supporters defending Brendan Eich. Our readers on the left think we’ve sold out to the right.

Now along comes Douthat. On behalf of his portion of the right—that is, thinkers—he says, quite graciously, thanks, but no thanks. Douthat recognizes what I was trying to get at yesterday: Eich’s ouster is in some ways a model for what religious conservatives would like to do in their own communities. They want the freedom to invoke their values in the appointment and removal of officers whose views offend them.

Liberals for Eich, meet Conservatives for Mozilla.

Here’s how Douthat presents their case:

If you want (as I do) a culture where Catholic schools and hospitals and charities are free to be Catholic, where evangelical-owned businesses don’t have to pay for sterilizations and the days-after pill, where churches and synagogues and mosques don’t have to worry about their tax-exempt status if they criticize “sexual modernity,” you also have to acknowledge the rights of non-religious institutions of all sorts to define their own missions in ways that might make an outspoken social conservative the wrong choice for an important position within their hierarchies.

Douthat offers this political deal:

In the name of pluralism, and the liberty of groups as well as individuals, I would gladly trade the career prospects of some religious conservatives in some situations—not exempting myself from that list—if doing so would protect my own church’s liberty (and the liberties of other, similarly-situated groups) to run its schools and hospitals and charities as it sees fit. 

Would you, Dear Liberal Reader, accept Douthat’s deal? Would you let conservatives run their own companies and organizations by their own rules, even if it means removing a gay CEO?

Douthat doesn’t think you’ll honor the deal. He thinks you’ll try to steamroll him, imposing your values on Hobby Lobby as well as Mozilla. So he draws a distinction:

Had Eich been, say, an outsider to Mozilla, a hotshot brought in to shake things up, and had he also been an outspoken critic of gay rights or a massive Koch-style donor to social conservative causes, it would be fair to say that his appointment was simply a tone-deaf mistake, a pointless affront to the political sensibilities of the community in which Mozilla lives and moves and hires.
But of course he was actually an insider, a man well known to that community, who (in addition to the minor feat of inventing Javascript) apparently had never had  any kind of personal insensitivity or discrimination alleged against him. And his offense was not to be an outspoken social conservative, a major donor to Focus on the Family, a public paladin for the religious right … it was to have made a modest donation six years ago to a ballot initiative that won a majority at a time when most  Democratic politicians still defended the traditional definition of wedlock.

The purpose of this distinction is to explain why Eich’s removal was wrong, from Douthat’s point of view, while preserving the right of “an explicitly ideological institution”—or, apparently, an “evangelical-owned business”—to force out an officer who “went out of his way to publicly promote values noxious to his community.” I’m not certain whether this policy regarding “outspoken” dissent would make any openly gay executive fair game. But my bet is that Douthat would err on the side of employer discretion.

When Douthat predicts that liberals won’t accept that bargain, I’m pretty sure he’s right. But that doesn’t make his argument worthless. Even if you don’t buy Douthat’s conclusion, the substance of his description of the Eich case is worth considering.

Eich, as Douthat observes, was well-known to the community of Mozilla employees and software collaborators. No one has accused Eich of discrimination or personal insensitivity. Quite the opposite. Today I was on a radio program on KQED, an NPR affiliate in Northern California, and a Mozilla employee called in to reinforce that point. Yes, Eich gave money to the Proposition 8 campaign six years ago. He even gave money to Pat Buchanan, if you go back 22 years. (He also gave money to Ron Paul and God knows who else—people can be eclectic in their political contributions.) At the same time, as Friedersdorf notes, Eich has promised to pursue Mozilla’s “anti-discrimination policies” (including sexual orientation), its “inclusive health benefits,” its “active commitment to equality,” and “working with LGBT communities and allies” to “make Mozilla supportive and welcoming.” These aren't new policies Eich had to swear allegiance to as an incoming CEO. He's been living them, as a central player in the Mozilla family, for years.

Is it possible that Eich defies our stereotypes about social conservatives? That you can write a check to a “traditional marriage” campaign (even one that runs ads you didn’t write or approve—a standard I don’t think we apply to ourselves) without showing any evidence, in decades of professional collaboration and management, of any bias against gay colleagues or couples?

I don’t know how this story will turn out. Maybe someone will come forward to testify that Eich treated gay and straight couples differently outside the context of defining marriage. But it’s striking that so far, despite all the uproar, nobody has.

Maybe what we’re seeing in Eich is the kind of complexity that liberals tend to accept when we talk about a person’s gender or sexual orientation. Maybe we ought to entertain the same complexity when we talk about a person’s morality and fair treatment of others.


          Docs who made it big outside medicine        
I came across this list in one of the RxPG forums posted by Omlakhani, who (or someone) has enlisted the physicians who branched out of medicine field and made it big outside. I was pleasantly surprised to see the big names in the list whom I never knew to be physicians. List is here for you.

Add to the list if you know anyone who is not here, by entering them in the comments section.

Physicians famous as writers


Among the better known writers:

Anton Chekhov (1860-1904) - Russian playwright

Robin Cook - American author of bestselling novels, wrote Coma

Michael Crichton (born 1942) - American author of Jurassic Park
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A. J. Cronin (1896-1981) - Scottish novelist and essayist, author of The Citadel.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) - British author of Sherlock Holmes fame.

John Keats (1795-1821) - English poet

W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965) - British novelist and short story writer, wrote Of Human Bondage.

Alfred de Musset (1810-1857) - French playwright, discovered sign of syphilitic aortitis

François Rabelais (1483-1553) - French author of Gargantua and Pantagruel.

Friedrich von Schiller (1759-1805), German writer, poet, essayist and dramatist.

William Carlos Williams (1883-1963) - American poet and essayist

And others:

John Arbuthnot - author

Patrick Abercromby (1656 - ~ 1716) - historian

Janet Asimov - (born 1926) (née Janet O. Jeppson). American psychiatrist, wife of Isaac Asimov.

Arnie Baker - cycling coach

Sir Thomas Browne (1605-1682) - British writer

Georg Büchner - German dramatist

Ludwig Büchner - German philosopher

Thomas Campion - poet, composer

Deepak Chopra - Indian/American writer of self-help and health books

Alex Comfort (1920-2000) - British writer and poet, author of The Joy of Sex.

Michael Cook - American writer of suspense novels

Ctesias (5th century B.C.) - Greek historian

Erasmus Darwin (1731-1802). British poet, grandfather of Charles Darwin

Georges Duhamel (1884-1966) - French writer, dramatist, poet and humanist

Havelock Ellis (1859-1940) - British writer and poet, author of The Psychology of Sex

Victor Frankl (1905-1997) - Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist, author of Man's Search for Meaning

Samuel Garth (1661-1719) - British author and translator of classics

Atul Gawande, surgeon and New Yorker medical writer.

H. Richard Hornberger author of M*A*S*H

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (1809-1894) - American essayist

Arthur Johnston (1587-1641) - poet

Ronald Laing - Scottish writer and poet, leader of the anti-Psychiatry movement.

Stanisław Lem (1929-) - Polish author of science-fiction (Solaris)

Carlo Levi (1902-1975) - Italian novelist and writer

David Livingstone (1813-1873) - Scottish medical missionary, explorer of Africa, travel writer

Adeline Yen Mah - Chinese-American author.

Jean-Paul Marat (1743-1793) - French writer, a leader of French Revolution, assassinated in bathtub

Paolo Mantegazza (1831-1910) - Italian writer, wrote a science fiction book, L'Anno 3000

Silas Weir Mitchell (1829-1914) - American writer

João Guimarães Rosa - Brazilian writer

Sir Ronald Ross (1857-1932) - British writer and poet, discovered the malarial parasite.

Oliver Sacks (1933-). British essayist (e.g. The Man Who Mistook his Wife for a Hat)

Albert Schweitzer(1875-1965) - German theologian, philosopher, organist, musicologist

Frank Slaughter (1908-2001) American bestseller author, wrote (Doctor's Wives)

Tobias Smollett (1721-1771) - author

Lewis Thomas (1913-1993) - American essayist and poet

Sir Henry Thompson, British surgeon and polymath.

Vladislav Vančura (1891-1942) - Czech writer, scriptwriter and film director

Francis Brett Young (1884-1954) - English novelist and poet

Physicians famous as politicians

Bashar Al-Assad - President of Syria

Ibrahim Al-Jaafari - Prime minister of Iraq

Iyad Allawi - interim Prime Minister of Iraq

Salvador Allende (1908-1973) - Chilean president

Emilio Alvarez Montalván - Foreign Minister of Nicaragua

Arnulfo Arias - Panaman President

Michelle Bachelet - Current Chilean President

Hastings Kamuzu Banda (1898-1997) - Prime Minister, President and later dictator of Malawi

Louis Blanqui - French revolutionary socialist

Frederick William Borden - Canadian MP and minister of the Militia

Bob Brown - parliamentry leader of the Australian Greens

Gro Harlem Brundtland (born 1939) - first Norwegian female prime minister and Director-General of the World Health Organization

Georges Clemenceau (1841-1929) - French statesman

Margaret Chan - Director General of the WHO and former Director of Health of Hong Kong

York Chow - Secretary for Health, Welfare and Food of Hong Kong

Tom Coburn (born 1948) - U.S. Senator

Howard Dean (born 1948) - American politician

François Duvalier (1907-1971) - also known as Papa Doc - President and later dictator of Haiti

Antônio Palocci Filho - Brazilian politician, Finance Minister

Christian Friedrich, Baron von Stockmar - Anglo-Belgian statesman

Bill Frist (born 1952) - United States Senate Majority Leader

Hedy Fry (born 1941) - Canadian politician, member of parliament

Che Guevara Latin American revolutionary leader

George Habash - founder of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine

John Pope Hennessy - former Governor of Hong Kong

Juscelino Kubitscheck - Brazilian president

Jean-Paul Marat - French revolution leader

Mahathir bin Mohamad - Malaysian prime minister

Agostinho Neto (1922-1979) - MPLA leader and president of Angola

David Owen - British politician

Ron Paul (born 1935) - American politician

Navin Ramgoolam - Prime minister of Mauritius

José Rizal (1861-1896) - Filipino revolutionary and national hero

Théodore Robitaille - Lieutenant Governor of Quebec, Quebec MNA and Senator

Hélio de Oliveira Santos - Brazilian politician, mayor of Campinas

Tabaré Vázquez - Current Uruguayan President

Bette Stephenson - Ontario MPP and former Minister of Labour, Minister of Education and Minister of Colleges and Universities

Sun Yat-Sen (1866-1925) - Founder of republican China

Donald Matheson Sutherland - MP and former minister of National Defence

Sir Charles Tupper (1821–1915) - Prime Minister of Canada (1896) and Premier of Nova Scotia (1864-1867); High Commissioner in Great Britain (1884-1887)

Ali Akbar Velayati (born 1945) - Iranian Foreign Minister from 1981 to 1997.

William Walker (soldier) (1824-1860) - ruler of Nicaragua

Dave Weldon - US congressman and autism activist

Ray Lyman Wilbur (1875-1949) - United States Secretary of the Interior, president of Stanford University

Thomas Wynne (1627-1691) - Physician to William Penn, speaker of the first two Provincial Assemblies in Philadelphia (1687 & 1688)

Yeoh Eng-kiong - former Secretary for Health and Welfare of Hong Kong

Physicians famous for other activities

Abd-el-latif — traveller

Anderson Ruffin Abbott

Jane Addams - social activist

Georg Agricola — mineralologist

David Alter - inventor

Ali Bacher — cricketer

Josiah Bartlett - American statesman and chief justice of New Hampshire

Herman Boerhaave — humanist

Thomas Bowdler — censor

Lafayette Bunnell — explorer of Yosemite Valley

Graham Chapman — British comedian of Monty Python fame

Laurel B. Clark (1961–2003), American Astronaut, killed in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster
Arthur Dee
Sextus Empiricus (2nd–3rd century C.E.) - philosopher

Pierre Gassendi (1592–1655) — philosopher

William Gilbert (1544–1603) — physician and physicist

W. G. Grace — cricketer

Nehemiah Grew — botanist

Samuel Hahnemann — founder of homeopathy

Armand Hammer — entrepreneur

Samuel Gridley Howe — abolitionist

Hermann von Helmholtz — physicist

Jan Baptist van Helmont (1577–1655) — physiologist

Mae Jemison (b. 1956) — astronaut

Stuart Kauffman (b. 1939) — biologist

John Harvey Kellogg

Cesare Lombroso (1835–1909) — based his system of criminology on physiognomy

John Lovelock (1910–1949) — Olympic athlete

John McAndrew (b. 1927) — All-Ireland Gaelic Footballer

June McCarroll — inventor of lane markings

James McHenry (1753–1816) — signer of the United States Constitution

Archibald Menzies — naturalist

Franz Mesmer (1734–1815) — proponent of mesmerism and the idea of animal magnetism

Jonathan Miller — television presenter and stage director

Paul Möhring (1710–1792) — zoologist, botanist

Maria Montessori — educator

Boris V. Morukov — cosmonaut

Lee "Final Table" Nelson — professional poker player

Haing S. Ngor (Oscar winning film actor)

Nostradamus — French esoterist.

Heinrich Wilhelm Matthäus Olbers (1758–1840) — astronomer

Caspar Peucer

Christian Hendrik Persoon -South African botanist

Claude Perrault — architect

Philippe Pinel

Pope John XXI

Mowaffak al-Rubaie — human rights advocate, member of the Interim Iraqi Governing Council

John Ray plant taxonomer

Peter Mark Roget — English lexicographer

Jacques Rogge — sports official

Benjamin Rush — signer of the United States Constitution

Daniel Rutherford (1849–1819) — chemist

Felix Savart - physicist

Alfred Schopenhauer — philosopher

Albert Schweitzer — humanist

Michael Servetus (1511–1553) — burnt at the stake by Calvinists for heresy

Rob Sitch comedian

Sócrates — football (soccer) player

L.Subramaniam - violonist

James Hudson Taylor (1832 - 1905) - British missionary to China and founder of the China Inland Mission.

Norman Earl Thagard — astronaut

Debi Thomas (b. 1967) - Olympic figure skater

William E. Thornton — astronaut

Nasiruddin al-Tusi astronomer

William Walker Latin American Adventurer

John Clarence Webster — Canadian historian

Wilhelm Weinberg — with G.H. Hardy, developed the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium model of population genetics

Michael Welner - Forensic psychiatrist

JPR Williams — rugby union player

Thomas Young — scientist

Ayman al-Zawahiri Al-Qaeda leader


Thats a long list....

Like to add some more...?? Use the comments section

Seeji, Pharm House

          Vida y otras cosas        
I
De cuando los patos le atinaron a las escopetas

La labor del crítico de cine es ingrata. Desairado a veces por el público, vituperado en otras por los intelectuales y menospreciado por los artistas, su vida puede parecer la de un ave de corral que ve a otras volar. Pero algunas de ellas también pueden volar, incluso de mejor manera que las aves que nacieron volando, siempre que tengan una motivación.

Esta pequeña fábula puede ilustrar lo que pasó con el grupo de Cahiers du Cinéma que, con el tiempo, formó la base del movimiento conocido como Nouvelle Vague, el cual revolucionó el cine francés y, de paso, la forma en la que entendemos el cine como un objeto de expresión personal.

Los datos son muy conocidos: desde la teoría de la caméra-stylo, acuñada por Alexandre Astruc y que, proponiendo que el cineasta empleara la cámara de una forma similar a la que el escritor usa la pluma, sembraría la semilla de lo que posteriormente conoceríamos como cine de autor; hasta el artículo de François Truffaut titulado "Une certaine tendence du cinéma française", escrito para Cahiers du Cinéma y en el que consignaba que, de toda la producción francesa de la época, apenas habrían 10 o 12 películas que realmente interesaban a los críticos y a los cinéfilos debido al estancamiento de loa cineastas de la época y las formas narrativas poco atractivas; este movimiento fílmico tuvo la particularidad de estar constituido por verdaderos estudiosos del cine que, a través de su conocimiento crítico, crearon nuevos moldes y formas de lenguaje visual.

Uno de los principales sellos distintivos de la Nouvelle Vague es el punto de vista del autor, alejándose permanentemente de los enfoques académicos que lastraban a las otras producciones de la época, más empeñadas en realizar una buena adaptación de un guión literario predeterminado, en la mejor tradición inaugurada por D.W. Griffith con filmes como El Nacimiento de una Nación -adaptación fílmica de la novela "The Clansman: An Historical Romance of the Ku Klux Klan", de Thomas Dixon Jr.-, que de lograr transmitir el punto de vista del artista, marcando con ello una distancia considerable entre él y su público.

Como nunca, el autor se convirtió en protagonista de su obra y su expresión como el fin máximo del cine, dejando atrás la máxima preocupación clásica de la industria fílmica: la ganancia económica. Para ello, se peleaba por una mayor libertad en términos narrativos, de encuadre y enfoque, pero también de temática, como lo demuestran historias personalísimas como Los 400 Golpes (Truffaut, 1959) o Hiroshima, Mi Amor (Resnais, 1959), donde no queda duda de la inmersión artística de sus creadores.

A pesar de su desapego a las formas del cine anterior a su aparición, la Nouvelle Vague también se alimentó de estéticas nacidas en otras partes del orbe y épocas precedentes. Desde los panoramas depresivos habitados por mujeres fuertes, rotundas, herederos dignísimos del Neorrealismo Italiano, hasta los rodajes en escenarios naturales, sin mayor intervención para la producción que la pone en sintonía con el Free Cinema británico, esta vanguardia supo distinguir los aportes de otros cines para apropiárselos y convertirlos en parte de un manifiesto artístico que permanece vigente hasta nuestros días.

Los avances técnicos también fueron parte importante en la explosión de este movimiento. Las cámaras cada vez más económicas y ligeras, la llegada de las grabadoras de sonido sincrónico y la película cada vez más sensible a la luz ambiental, fueron herramientas aprovechadas por los nuevaoleros para sacar al cine de los estudios y llevarlo a las calles para retratar, de forma más o menos fiel, la manera en que el cineasta veía su mundo. Así también se desmarcaría de los oropeles y sets creados a golpe de talonario, con reglas estrictas de rodaje y grandes equipos técnicos, que derivaban en costos altos de producción.

En términos específicos, los diálogos grandilocuentes, alejados de la realidad, y las historias encasilladas en un periodo que poco o nada comunicaba a la sociedad contemporánea, fueron paulatinamente desterrados en esta nueva forma de entender el cine. Incluso la Nouvelle Vague se empeñó en reclutar a histriones poco conocidos o definitivamente amateurs, para acercarlos más a la verosimilitud de la cotidianidad. Filmar la vida, a final de cuentas.

El improbable éxito obtenido por esta revolucionaria tendencia ayudó tanto a propagarla como a hacer que, poco a poco, se difuminara en su propio espacio vital, casi desapareciendo a mediados de los 60. Y es que, como la historia se ha encargado de demostrar en numerosas ocasiones, todo revolucionario exitoso se convierte en conservador con el tiempo.

II
De la filosofía y el pan nuestro

Una de las más importantes características de la Nouvelle Vague es su intencionalidad. A diferencia de las películas creadas en Francia y, en general, en Occidente durante la posguerra, ancladas necesariamente a la dictadura de la narrativa, proponía un espacio de introspección, a menudo fértil para el desarrollo filosófico o eventualmente poético de diálogos y personajes.

El existencialismo fue uno de los grandes surtidores de diálogos e intenciones de la Nouvelle Vague. Como la misma tendencia cinematográfica, esta vertiente filosófica propone la supremacía del individuo sobre el colectivo, así que era natural que los autores emplearan esta corriente del pensamiento como vehículo expresivo. Aún más, la autenticidad buscada por los cineastas de este movimiento era la misma a la que aspiraban los filósofos, por lo que pudieron convivir felizmente en casi todas las películas.

Jean-Paul Sartre y Albert Camus fueron inspiraciones recurrentes de los cineastas de la Nouvelle Vague, directa o indirectamente. Para muestra están las similitudes entre el protagonista de El Extranjero (Camus, 1942) y Sin Aliento (Godard, 1960), quienes podían matar a sangre fría sin sentir un ápice de culpa.

La estulticia de la existencia humana, la libertad rabiosa de vivir bajo sus propios términos e incluso la mirada de la sociedad -enclaustrada en la idea del bien común, tan de Rousseau- que juzga a estos outsiders, fueron grandes distintivos de la época. Por si fuera poco, los nexos filosóficos del existencialismo y este esquema del cine se reforzaban en diálogos tremendos, como los que ocupan a Nana y al filósofo Brice Parain en Vivir su Vida (Godard, 1959), cinta de la que hablaremos más adelante.

Otras dos variantes que no pueden dejarse de lado son tanto la poesía como la política.

El lenguaje poético se revela visualmente como heredero del Neorrealismo Italiano e incluso como vicio de formación en términos de composición de muchos de los cinefotógrafos del movimiento, algunos de los cuales habían trabajado previamente en periódicos y revistas y de forma aún más latente en diálogos de mucha potencia que no ayudan al espectador a seguir la trama de una cinta, son la trama. Alain Resnais fue uno de los cineastas que mejor supo aprovechar este elemento y se demuestra en cintas como el mediometraje Guernica (1950), anterior al nacimiento de la Nueva Ola, y su heredera Hiroshima, Mi Amor.

La poesía, necesaria como el pan de cada día, parafraseando a Gabriel Celaya, se volvió un instrumento narrativo y dejó de ser un adorno barroco para ponerse al servicio del filme. Tal y como la orientación política de los cineastas se tornó en pretexto para contar historias cotidianas, pero que sacudían definitivamente los esquemas establecidos.

Concentrados en tendencias de izquierda, no es ningún secreto que cineastas como Godard sentían afinidad por el maoísmo y así lo reflejaban en sus cintas de una u otra forma. Sus protagonistas, a menudo movidos por su propio egoísmo, se distinguen de los actores anteriores en esta especie de conciencia social de la que no siempre eran conscientes: la ejecutaban de forman natural como parte integral de sus vidas. Así, la destrucción del dinero por Antoine Doinel realizada en una de las escenas más memorables de Los 400 Golpes, fue toda una declaración de principios de Truffaut.

Aún más, aunque condicionada por sus apuestas, a menudo descabelladas, el uso de presupuestos reducidos y actores que emergían de entre el público, podría considerarse como un intento prometeico de democratizar el último arte elitista: el cine.

III
Por un puñado de francos
¿Existe el destino? De ser así, ¿hasta qué punto nuestras decisiones y sueños lo modifican, o acaso estamos predestinados a cumplir un guión ya escrito? En buena medida, Vivir su Vida (Godard, 1962), plantea este conflicto filosófico desde una perspectiva muy particular.

Inspirada vagamente en Naná, de Émile Zola, la cinta sigue las desventuras de Nana, una joven provinciana cuyo sueño es ser actriz de cine y, para conseguirlo, no duda en abandonarlo todo. Sin embargo, el destino no es un material dúctil y su final es diametralmente distinto.

El tercer largometraje de Godard es toda una declaración de principios con respecto tanto al cine anterior a su época como al que se hacía en otras latitudes por la época. Por principio de cuentas, está estructurada en 12 retablos, tal y como era la usanza en las novelas de finales del siglo 19, aunque no sigue una estructura narrativa literaria; de hecho, según contó Godard a la revista Télérama en 1962, el objetivo era el de retratar el pensamiento de una persona desde el exterior. 

Ya las primeras tomas indican que no es una película ordinaria: vemos a dos personas sentadas de espaldas al espectador conversando, intuyendo apenas sus rostros en el reflejo de una máquina de café. Esta lograda secuencia marcó una diferencia notable con el cine anterior, obsesionado con el academicismo y las estructuras dramáticas tradicionales.

Notable no sólo por su narrativa, sino también por su manejo de cámaras, el retablo dos pone un acento sobre el pequeño motivo cotidiano que desata la tragedia: Nana presta a una compañera de trabajo dos mil francos, los cuales eran los de su renta. Al no conseguir dinero ni con amigos ni en ningún otro lado, se ve obligada a prostituirse, primero de manera casual y luego ya habitualmente. El descenso está servido.

Aunque no es un documental, Godard inserta hábilmente comentarios sociales en el cuerpo del largometraje: desde el estudio sobre la prostitución en París realizado en 1959 y en el que se revelan datos que van desde las tarifas hasta la cantidad de clientes que recibían por día. Incluso, estudiosos como Roland-François Lack han señalado que existen pequeños indicios de mensajes sobre el conflicto franco-argelino, sobre todo en el retablo 6.

Tal y como se podría esperar en la cinta dirigida por un cinéfilo, las referencias a otros cineastas se muestran en diferentes puntos de la trama. Desde la marquesina que anuncia Jules y Jim, (Truffaut, 1962), hasta la proyección de La Pasión de Juana de Arco (Dreyer, 1928), incluyendo numerosas tomas que rinden homenaje a Robert Bresson, el largometraje se puede analizar también observando con atención el amplio bagaje cinematográfico del cineasta.

Mención aparte merecen las referencias a Espartaco (Kubrick, 1960), cuya primera aparición en el retablo quinto asocia, de alguna manera, la esclavitud y la prostitución; la famosa frase 'la única libertad del esclavo es su propia muerte' se torna tristemente profética en el desenlace de la cinta.

Este metalenguaje cinéfilo, la narrativa frontal que ayuda a que el espectador sea directamente interpelado por los actores y su ritmo, hacen de este filme un parteaguas en el cine mundial.

Epílogo
El amor es una solución... si es verdadero
Como pocas películas, Vivir su Vida permite un análisis formal desde casi cualquier disciplina, pero es desde el punto de vista filosófico el que, a juicio personal, es el más profundo.

De fuerte cariz existencialista, la obra trata sólo de una cosa: el intento de una persona de alcanzar su sueño. En un filme sin antagonistas, sólo con personajes egoístas, centrados en su individualidad, son las circunstancias las que hacen que el drama aparezca. La pérdida del dinero primero, luego del rumbo en Nana, no es una decisión pura: es el resultado de un condicionamiento externo que la hace tomar soluciones drásticas y rápidas.

Taciturna y reflexiva, Nana piensa en la felicidad hasta el retablo noveno, y lo hace viendo de reojo el escape de sus sueños. Es feliz, quizá; está contenta, definitivamente no. No hay alegría en la felicidad, y las pruebas -los clientes, el billar, la compañía masculina-, son irrefutables.

Sin embargo, la redención es posible. El silencio de Nana no se debe a falta de interés o inteligencia: ella calla porque no siempre sabe qué decir, piensa cuidadosamente las palabras, tanto, que cuando está lista para decirlas, no hay quien la escuche. Esta preocupación ontológica deriva en una conversación con el filósofo del lenguaje Brice Parain quien, luego de disertar, concluye que el amor es una solución, si es verdadero.

Y, en realidad, así es. El último retablo deja ver que, luego de decidir abandonar al proxeneta y la prostitución, Nana está lista para retomar su sueño acompañada por su enamorado, quien le lee El Retrato Oval, de Edgar Allan Poe en la traducción de Charles Baudelaire, encarnación de los poetas malditos. La voz es la del propio Godard, quien remata brillantemente este poema visual a su amada Anna Karina, protagonista de la película.

Sin embargo, el amor verdadero no es una solución para un esclavo, cuya única libertad es la propia muerte. Y siguiendo con el tema general de la película, Nana la consigue, en un final que la aleja de la típica película romántica para situarla en una poco filosófica realidad.

          Defeat the Corporatocracy        
We Shall Over Come

The only way to overcome the power of money is regain our courage and solidarity. Here's how to do that.

Many Americans know that the United States is not a democracy but a "corporatocracy," in which we are ruled by a partnership of giant corporations, the extremely wealthy elite and corporate-collaborator government officials. However, the truth of such tyranny is not enough to set most of us free to take action. Too many of us have become pacified by corporatocracy-created institutions and culture.

Some activists insist that this political passivity problem is caused by Americans' ignorance due to corporate media propaganda, and others claim that political passivity is caused by the inability to organize due to a lack of money. However, polls show that on the important issues of our day - from senseless wars, to Wall Street bailouts, to corporate tax-dodging, to health insurance rip-offs - the majority of Americans are not ignorant to the reality that they are being screwed. And American history is replete with organizational examples - from the Underground Railroad, to the Great Populist Revolt, to the Flint sit-down strike, to large wildcat strikes a generation ago - of successful rebels who had little money but lots of guts and solidarity.

The elite spend their lives stockpiling money and have the financial clout to bribe, divide and conquer the rest of us. The only way to overcome the power of money is with the power of courage and solidarity. When we regain our guts and solidarity, we can then more wisely select from - and implement - time-honored strategies and tactics that oppressed peoples have long used to defeat the elite. So, how do we regain our guts and solidarity?

1. Create the Cultural and Psychological "Building Blocks" for Democratic Movements
 
Historian Lawrence Goodwyn has studied democratic movements such as Solidarity in Poland, and he has written extensively about the populist movement in the United States that occurred during the end of the 19th century (what he calls "the largest democratic mass movement in American history"). Goodwyn concludes that democratic movements are initiated by people who are neither resigned to the status quo nor intimidated by established powers. For Goodwyn, the cultural and psychological building blocks of democratic movements are individual self-respect and collective self-confidence. Without individual self-respect, we do not believe that we are worthy of power or capable of utilizing power wisely, and we accept as our role being a subject of power. Without collective self-confidence, we do not believe that we can succeed in wresting away power from our rulers.

Thus, it is the job of all of us - from parents, to students, to teachers, to journalists, to clergy, to psychologists, to artists and EVERYBODY who gives a damn about genuine democracy - to create individual self-respect and collective self-confidence.

2. Confront and Transform ALL Institutions that Have Destroyed Individual Self-Respect and Collective Self-Confidence

In "Get Up, Stand Up, " I detail 12 major institutional and cultural areas that have broken people's sprit of resistance, and all are "battlefields for democracy" in which we can fight to regain our individual self-respect and collective self confidence:

• Television
• Isolation and bureaucratization
• "Fundamentalist consumerism" and advertising/propaganda
• Student loan debt and indentured servitude
• Surveillance
• The decline of unions/solidarity among working people
• Greed and a "money-centric" culture
• Fear-based schools that teach obedience
• Psychopathologizing noncompliance
• Elitism via professional training
• The corporate media
• The US electoral system

As Ralph Waldo Emerson observed, "All our things are right and wrong together. The wave of evil washes all our institutions alike."

3. Side Each Day in Every Way With Anti-Authoritarians

We can recover our self-respect and strength by regaining our integrity. This process requires a personal transformation to overcome our sense of powerlessness and fight for what we believe in. Integrity includes acts of courage resisting all illegitimate authorities. We must recognize that in virtually every aspect of our life in every day, we can either be on the side of authoritarianism and the corporatocracy or on the side of anti-authoritarianism and democracy. Specifically, we can question the legitimacy of government, media, religious, educational and other authorities in our lives, and if we establish that an authority is not legitimate, we can resist it. And we can support others who are resisting illegitimate authorities. A huge part of solidarity comes from supporting others who are resisting the illegitimate authorities in their lives. Walt Whitman had it right: "Resist much, obey little. Once unquestioning obedience, once fully enslaved."

4. Regain Morale by Thinking More Critically About Our Critical Thinking

While we need critical thinking to effectively question and challenge illegitimate authority - and to wisely select the best strategies and tactics to defeat the elite - critical thinking can reveal some ugly truths about reality, which can result in defeatism. Thus, critical thinkers must also think critically about their defeatism, and realize that it can cripple the will and destroy motivation, thus perpetuating the status quo. William James (1842–1910), the psychologist, philosopher, and occasional political activist (member of the Anti-Imperialist League who, during the Spanish-American War, said, "God damn the US for its vile conduct in the Philippine Isles!") had a history of pessimism and severe depression, which helped fuel some of his greatest wisdom on how to overcome immobilization. James, a critical thinker, had little stomach for what we now call "positive thinking," but he also came to understand how losing belief in a possible outcome can guarantee its defeat. Antonio Gramsci (1891–1937), an Italian political theorist and Marxist activist who was imprisoned by Mussolini, came to the same conclusions. Gramsci's phrase "pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will" has inspired many critical thinkers, including Noam Chomsky, to maintain their efforts in the face of difficult challenges.

5. Restore Courage in Young People

The corporatocracy has not only decimated America's labor union movement, it has almost totally broken the spirit of resistance among young Americans - an even more frightening achievement. Historically, young people without family responsibilities have felt most freed up to challenge illegitimate authority. But America's education system creates fear, shame and debt - all killers of the spirit of resistance. No Child Left Behind, Race to the Top and standardized testing tyranny results in the kind of fear that crushes curiosity, critical thinking and the capacity to constructively resist illegitimate authority. Rebel teachers, parents, and students - in a variety of overt and covert ways - have already stopped complying with corporatocracy schooling. We must also stop shaming intelligent young people who reject college, and we must instead recreate an economy that respects all kinds of intelligence and education. While the corporatocracy exploits student loan debt to both rake in easy money and break young people's spirit of resistance, the rest of us need to rebel against student loan debt and indentured servitude. And parents and mental health professionals need to stop behavior-modifying and medicating young people who are resisting illegitimate authority.

6. Focus on Democracy Battlefields Where the Corporate Elite Don't Have Such a Large Financial Advantage

The emphasis of many activists is on electoral politics, but the elite have a huge advantage in this battlefield, where money controls the US electoral process. By focusing exclusively on electoral politics at the expense of everything else, we: (1) give away power when we focus only on getting leaders elected and become dependent on them; (2) buy into the elite notion that democracy is all about elections; (3) lose sight of the fact that democracy means having influence over all aspects of our lives; and (4) forget that if we have no power in our workplace, in our education and in all our institutions, then there will never be democracy worthy of the name. Thus, we should focus our fight more on the daily institutions we experience. As Wendell Berry said, "If you can control a people's economy, you don't need to worry about its politics; its politics have become irrelevant."

7. Heal from "Corporatocracy Abuse" and "Battered People's Syndrome" to Gain Strength

Activists routinely become frustrated when truths about lies, victimization and oppression don't set people free to take action. But when we human beings eat crap for too long, we gradually lose our self-respect to the point that we become psychologically too weak to take action. Many Americans are embarrassed to accept that, after years of corporatocracy subjugation, we have developed "battered people's syndrome" and what Bob Marley called "mental slavery." To emancipate ourselves and others, we must:

• Move out of denial and accept that we are a subjugated people.
• Admit that we have bought into many lies. There is a dignity, humility, and strength in facing the fact that, while we may have once bought into some lies, we no longer do so.
• Forgive ourselves and others for accepting the abuser's lies. Remember the liars we face are often quite good at lying.
• Maintain a sense of humor. Victims of horrific abuse, including those in concentration camps and slave plantations, have discovered that pain can either immobilize us or be transformed by humor into energy.
• Stop beating ourselves up for having been in an abusive relationship. The energy we have is better spent on healing and then working to change the abusive system; this provides more energy, and when we use this energy to provide respect and confidence for others, everybody gets energized.

8. Unite Populists by Rejecting Corporate Media's Political Divisions

The corporate media routinely divides Americans as "liberals," "conservatives" and "moderates," a useful division for the corporatocracy, because no matter which of these groups is the current electoral winner, the corporatocracy retains power. In order to defeat the corporatocracy, it's more useful to divide people in terms of authoritarians versus anti-authoritarians, elitists versus populists and corporatists versus anticorporatists. Both left anti-authoritarians and libertarian anti-authoritarians passionately oppose current US wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the Wall Street bailout, the PATRIOT Act, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the so-called "war on drugs" and several other corporatocracy policies. There are differences between anti-authoritarians but, as Ralph Nader and Ron Paul have together recently publicly discussed, we can form coalitions and alliances on these important power-money issues. One example of an anti-authoritarian democratic movement (which I am involved in) is the mental health treatment reform movement, comprised of left anti-authoritarians and libertarians. We all share distrust of Big Pharma and contempt for pseudoscience, and we believe that people deserve truly informed choice regarding treatment. We respect Erich Fromm, the democratic-socialist psychoanalyst, along with Thomas Szasz, the libertarian psychiatrist, both passionate anti-authoritarians who have confronted mental health professionals for using dogma to coerce people.

9. Unite "Comfortable Anti-Authoritarians" and "Afflicted Anti-Authoritarians

This "comfortable-afflicted" continuum is based on the magnitude of pain that one has simply getting through the day. The term comfortable anti-authoritarian is not a pejorative one, but refers to those anti-authoritarians lucky enough to have decent paying and maybe even meaningful jobs, or platforms through which their voices are heard or social supports in their lives. Many of these comfortable anti-authoritarians may know that there are millions of Americans working mindless jobs in order to hold on to their health insurance, or hustling two low-wage jobs to pay college loans, rent and a car payment, or who may be unable to find even a poorly paying, mindless job and are instead helplessly watching eviction or foreclosure and bankruptcy close in on them. However, unless these comfortable anti-authoritarians have once been part of that afflicted class - and remember what it feels like - they may not be able to fully respect the afflicted's emotional state. The afflicted need to recognize that human beings often become passive because they are overwhelmed by pain (not because they are ignorant, stupid, or lazy), and in order to function at all, they often shut down or distract themselves from this pain. Some comfortable anti-authoritarians assume that people's inactions are caused by ignorance. This not only sounds and smells like elitism, it creates resentment for many in the afflicted class who lack the energy to be engaged in any activism. Respect, resources and anything that concretely reduces their level of pain is likely to be far more energizing than a scolding lecture. That's the lesson of many democratic movements, including the Great Populist Revolt.

10. Do Not Let Debate Divide Anti-Authoritarians

Spirited debate is what democracy is all about, but when debate turns to mutual antipathy and divides anti-authoritarians, it plays into the hands of the elite. One such divide among anti-elitists is over the magnitude of change that should be worked for and celebrated. On one extreme are people who think that anything is better than nothing at all. At the other extreme are people who reject any incremental change and hold out for total transformation. We can better unite by asking these questions: Does the change increase individual self-respect and collective self-confidence, and increase one's energy level to pursue even greater democracy? Or does it feel like a sellout that decreases individual self-respect and collective self-confidence, and de-energizes us? Utilizing the criteria of increased self-respect and collective self-confidence, those of us who believe in genuine democracy can more constructively debate whether the change is going to increase strength to gain democracy or is going to take the steam out of a democratic movement. Respecting both sides of this debate makes for greater solidarity and better decisions.

To summarize, democracy will not be won without guts and solidarity. Risk-free green actions - such as shopping from independents, buying local, recycling, composting, consuming less, not watching television and so on - can certainly help counter a dehumanizing world. However, revolutions that truly transform fundamental power inequities and enable us to feel like men and women rather than children and slaves require risk, guts and solidarity.
 
 
 
 
 

 

          The Class War Has Begun        

By Frank Rich, NY Times Magazine

During the death throes of Herbert Hoover’s presidency in June 1932, desperate bands of men traveled to Washington and set up camp within view of the Capitol. The first contingent journeyed all the way from Portland, Oregon, but others soon converged from all over alone, in groups, with families until their main Hooverville on the Anacostia River’s fetid mudflats swelled to a population as high as 20,000. The men, World War I veterans who could not find jobs, became known as the Bonus Army for the modest government bonus they were owed for their service. Under a law passed in 1924, they had been awarded roughly $1,000 each, to be collected in 1945 or at death, whichever came first. But they didn’t want to wait any longer for their pre New Deal entitlement especially given that Congress had bailed out big business with the creation of a Reconstruction Finance Corporation earlier in its session. Father Charles Coughlin, the populist Radio Priest who became a phenomenon for railing against greedy bankers and financiers, framed Washington’s double standard this way: If the government can pay $2 billion to the bankers and the railroads, why cannot it pay the $2 billion to the soldiers?

The echoes of our own Great Recession do not end there. Both parties were alarmed by this motley assemblage and its political rallies; the Secret Service infiltrated its ranks to root out radicals. But a good Communist was hard to find. The men were mostly middle-class, patriotic Americans. They kept their improvised hovels clean and maintained small gardens. Even so, good behavior by the Bonus Army did not prevent the U.S. Army’s hotheaded chief of staff, General Douglas MacArthur, from summoning an overwhelming force to evict it from Pennsylvania Avenue late that July. After assaulting the veterans and thousands of onlookers with tear gas, MacArthur’s troops crossed the bridge and burned down the encampment. The general had acted against Hoover’s wishes, but the president expressed satisfaction afterward that the government had dispatched a mob albeit at the cost of killing two of the demonstrators. The public had another take. When graphic newsreels of the riotous mêlée fanned out to the nation’s movie theaters, audiences booed MacArthur and his troops, not the men down on their luck. Even the mining heiress Evalyn Walsh McLean, the owner of the Hope diamond and wife of the proprietor of the Washington Post, professed solidarity with the mob that had occupied the nation’s capital.

The Great Depression was then nearly three years old, with FDR still in the wings and some of the worst deprivation and unrest yet to come. Three years after our own crash, we do not have the benefit of historical omniscience to know where 2011 is on the time line of America’s deepest bout of economic distress since that era. (The White House, you may recall, rolled out recovery summer sixteen months ago.) We don’t know if our current president will end up being viewed more like Hoover or FDR. We don’t know whether Occupy Wall Street and its proliferating satellites will spiral into larger and more violent confrontations, disperse in cold weather, prove a footnote to our narrative, or be the seeds of something big.

What’s as intriguing as Occupy Wall Street itself is that once again our Establishment, left, right, and center, did not see the wave coming or understand what it meant as it broke. Maybe it’s just human nature and the power of denial, or maybe it’s a stubborn strain of all-American optimism, but at each aftershock since the fall of Lehman Brothers, those at the top have preferred not to see what they didn’t want to see. And so for the first three weeks, the protests were alternately ignored, patronized, dismissed, and insulted by politicians and the mainstream news media as a neo-Woodstock for wannabe collegiate rebels without a causeand not just in Fox-land. CNN’s new prime-time hopeful, Erin Burnett, ridiculed the protesters as bongo-playing know-nothings; a dispatch in The New Republic called them an unfocused rabble of ragtag discontents. Those who did express sympathy for Occupy Wall Street tended to pat it on the head before going on to fault it for being leaderless, disorganized, and inchoate in its agenda.

Despite such dismissals, the movement, abetted by made-for-YouTube confrontations with police, started to connect with the mass public much as the Bonus Army did with a newsreel audience. The week after a Wall Street Journal editorial claimed that no one seems to care very much about the collection of ne’er-do-wells congregating in Zuccotti Park, the paper released its own poll, in collaboration with NBC News, finding that 37 percent of Americans supported the protesters, 25 percent had no opinion, and just 18 percent opposed them. The approval numbers for Occupy Wall Street published in Time and Reuters were even higher—hitting 54 percent in Time. Apparently some of those dopey kids, staggering under student loans and bereft of job prospects, have lots of parents and friends of all ages who understand exactly what they’re talking about.

Coverage increased and politicians ran for cover. Mayor Bloomberg, who had initially (and preposterously) portrayed the occupiers as a threat to the financial industry’s lower-income service workers, gingerly observed that some unspecified people are very frustrated. Though the Treasury secretary, Timothy Geithner, waffled when asked if he had any sympathy for Occupy Wall Street, Barack Obama publicly acknowledged the demonstrators’ broad-based frustration about how our financial system works.* (If Bloomberg and Obama are both using frustration, you can be certain it is a focus-group-tested trope chosen not to frighten the presumed sensibilities of independents.) Mitt Romney, who had first called the protests dangerous,” executed another of his patented flip-flops to assert that he, too, identifies with America’s 99 percent, not the top one percent where he’s always dwelled. Boy, I understand how these people feel, he said. (Boy, do these people not believe him.) Even Eric Cantor, who’d described the protesters as mobs, started talking about what else? frustration.

These efforts to domesticate and contain the protests are unlikely to succeed. It is not frustration that’s roiling America but anger, the anger of a full-fledged class war. Try as polite company keeps trying to ignore it, that war has been building in this country and abroad for much of this decade and has been waged in earnest in America since the fall of 2008. But the crisp agenda demanded of Occupy Wall Street will not be forthcoming. The inchoateness of our particular class war is central to its meaning. America is not Tahrir Square or the riot-scarred precincts of North London, where everyone knows at birth who is in which class and why. We pride ourselves on being a classless” democracy. We abhor ideology. When Americans left and right, young and old, express anger at an overclass, they don’t necessarily agree about who’s on which side of that class divide. The often confusing fluidity of class definitions, especially in an America as polarized as ours is now, may make our home grown class war more volatile, not less.

The tea-party right finds the hippie-scented movement in lower Manhattan repellent, but it and Occupy Wall Street are two sides of the same coin. Take Back America, the initial tea-party battle cry, would work for those in Zuccotti Park as well. The disagreement is about which America needs to be taken back, and from whom.

Provoked by Obama’s ascent, the right was ahead of the class-war curve, with Sarah Palin sounding the charge when she stuck up for the real America against the elites during the 2008 campaign. The real America, as she defined it, was in small towns those who are running our factories and teaching our kids and growing our food. In other words: It is the middle class (or at least its white precincts) that fell behind while the rich got richer. The Über-class she and her angry followers would take to the guillotine, however, is not defined by its super-wealth. It is first and foremost exemplified by potentates in the federal government, especially the Ivy League cohort of Obama closely followed by the usual right-wing populist bogeymen, the pointy-headed experts in fancy universities and the mainstream-media royalty with their gotcha questions.

Palin may now have abdicated her position on the barricades, not least because she succumbed to the financial blandishments of the unreal America, but the zeal of her constituency has not faded a bit. The right’s angry class warriors constitute the vast majority of the GOP that roughly three- quarters of the party that seems determined to resist Romney no matter what. A Harvard-educated former Massachusetts governor, especially one who embraced the social engineering of health-care reform, inspires class anger from his own party to the same degree that his private-sector record as a leveraged-buyout tycoon provokes class anger from Democrats.

But while Romney is a class enemy liberals and conservatives can unite against, perhaps nothing has revealed how much the class warriors of the right and left of our time have in common than the national outpouring after Steve Jobs’s death. Indeed, the near-universal over-the-top emotional response more commensurate with a saintly religious or civic leader, not a sometimes bullying captain of industry brought Americans of all stripes together as few events have in recent memory.

Some on the right were baffled that the ostensible Marxists demonstrating in lower Manhattan would observe a moment of silence and assemble makeshift shrines for a top one-percenter like Jobs, whose expensive products were engineered for near-instant obsolescence and produced by Chinese laborers in factories with substandard health-and-safety records. For heaven’s sake, the guy didn’t even join Warren Buffett and Bill Gates in their Giving Pledge. There is perhaps no greater image of irony, wrote the conservative blogger Michelle Malkin, than that of anti-capitalist, anti-corporate, anti-materialist extremists of the Occupy Wall Street movement paying tribute to Steve Jobs.

Yet those demonstrators who celebrated Jobs were not necessarily hypocrites at all and no more anti-capitalist than the Bonus Army of 1932. If you love your Mac and iPod, you can still despise CDOs and credit-default swaps. Jobs’s genius in the words of Regis McKenna, a Silicon Valley marketing executive who worked with him early on was his ability to strip away the excess layers of business, design, and innovation until only the simple, elegant reality remained. The supposed genius of modern Wall Street is the exact reverse, piling on excess layers of business and innovation on ever thinner and more exotic creations until simple reality is distorted and obscured. Those in Palin’s real America may not be agitated about the economic 99-vs.-one percent inequality brought about by the rise of the financial sector in the past three decades, but, like class warriors of the left, they know that financial instruments wreaked havoc on their 401(k)s, homes, and jobs. The bottom line remains that Wall Street’s opaque inventions led directly to TARP, the taxpayers’ bank bailout that achieved the seemingly impossible feat of unifying the left and right in rage against government much as Jobs’s death achieved the equally surprising coup of unifying left and right in mourning a corporate god.

That bipartisan grief was arguably as much for the passing of a capitalist culture as for the man himself. Finance long ago supplanted visionary entrepreneurial careers like Jobs’s as the most desired calling among America’s top-tier university students, just as hedge-fund tycoons like John Paulson and Steve Cohen passed Jobs on the Forbes 400 list. Americans sense that something incalculable has been lost in this transformation that cannot be measured in dollars and cents.

There’s no handier way to track just how much American capitalism has changed since Apple’s divine, mid-�seventies birth in a garage than by following the corporate afterlife of the American icon most frequently invoked as Jobs’s antecedent in his obituaries, Thomas Alva Edison. Like Jobs, Edison wasn’t just a brilliant fount of technological breakthroughs but a businessman as well (albeit a less savvy one). He was the official founder of General Electric�known as Edison General Electric at its inception in 1890, before Edison was strong-armed into an early merger. G.E. was created to maximize the profits of his many inventions and businesses, Apple style. And like Apple, the company flourished as an exemplar of American capitalism at its most creative and productive, even in a downtime. During the Great Depression, it produced an astonishing array of Jobs-worthy �innovations�the first commercial fluorescent lamp, the first waste �Disposall,� the first night baseball game, and the first television network. This was the job-�creating, profit-making, America-�empowering corporate behemoth, spewing out refrigerators and jet engines, that would ultimately recruit Ronald Reagan as its television pitchman in the fifties.

But the G.E. born out of Edison’s genius and synergistic with Reagan’s brand of postwar jingoism is far from the G.E. of our time. Its once minor financial-services subsidiary, G.E. Capital, metastasized over the past 30 years in sync with the growth of the new Wall Street. In 1990, G.E. Capital accounted for just a quarter of G.E.’s overall profits, but by 2007, on the eve of the crash, it had gobbled up 55 percent of the bottom line. Its sophisticated gambling strategies, like those of the big banks it emulated, amounted to an ingenious get-rich-quick scheme for high-rollers until the bottom fell out, taking shareholders and employees, not to mention the country, down with it. G.E. Capital’s dependence on short-term credit was so grave that it forced G.E. to cut back its dividend for the first time since the thirties and to turn to Buffett for a $3 billion emergency cash infusion in the dark days of October 2008.

The cheerleader for ratcheting up that risk at G.E. was the CEO, Jeffrey Immelt. These days he heads the president’s ineffectual Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, despite his own corporation’s record of job-shedding in America and the revelation that G.E. paid no American taxes in 2010 (on more than $14 billion in profits, including $5.1 billion in the U.S.). Immelt is a Republican, but that didn’t prevent Palin this fall from calling G.E. �the poster child of corporate welfare and crony capitalism.� (Bill O’Reilly and Newt Gingrich joined this class-warfare chorus.) On this point, once again, there is no air between the right and Occupy Wall Street. And as both camps condemn Immelt, so they are also united in the conviction that the godfather of Obama’s economic team, Robert Rubin, is likewise a poster child for corporate welfare and crony capitalism. Rubin, whose useful cronies included his former protégés Geithner and Lawrence Summers, encouraged reckless greed and risk at Citigroup during the bubble much as Immelt did at G.E. Capital, ultimately requiring the taxpayers’ rescue of TARP.

Politicians in either party, of course, never use the term �class warfare� to describe what’s going on in America, unless it’s Republican leaders accusing Obama of waging it every time he even mildly asserts timeless liberal bromides about taxing the rich. Nor do most politicians want to talk about the depth of the crisis in present-day capitalism, since to acknowledge its scale would only dramatize how little they intend to do about it.

The whole system is screwed up, and it’s not all Wall Street’s fault�or remotely in the financial sector’s power alone to solve. As middle-class Americans have lost their jobs or watched their wages stagnate or decline while corporations pile up record profits, they’ve also seen CEOs far removed from Wall Street (at Hewlett-Packard and Yahoo most recently) walk away with rich settlements even after they’ve laid off workers en masse, mismanaged their companies, or wrecked them. But at least politicians pay lip service to the woes of the middle class. That America’s poverty rate has risen to its highest level since 1993 goes all but unmentioned by leaders in both parties. The poor, after all, don’t make campaign contributions and are unlikely to vote. And they have even less clout than usual now that Republican legislators and governors, fanning bogus fears of �voter fraud,� have mandated new, Jim Crow�style restrictions to scare away poor, elderly, and minority voters in fourteen states. In the Beltway bubble, even the local poor are out of sight and out of mind; with a 6.1 percent unemployment rate and a median income of $84,523 (versus $50,046 nationally), Washington is now the wealthiest metro area in the country and, according to Gallup, departs from all 50 states in believing by a majority that the economy is getting better.

Back in 1931, even Hoover worried that �timid people, black with despair� had �lost faith in the American system� and might be susceptible to the kind of revolutions that had become a spreading peril abroad. When Roosevelt took office, he had the confidence that his leadership could overcome that level of despair and head off radicals on the left or right. In 2011, the despair is again black, and faith in the system is shaky, but it would be hard to describe the atmosphere at Zuccotti Park or a tea-party rally as prerevolutionary. The anger of the class war across the spectrum seems fatalistic more than incendiary. No wonder. Everyone just assumes the fix is in for the highest bidder, no matter what. Take�please!�the latest bipartisan Beltway panacea: the congressional supercommittee charged by the president and GOP leaders to hammer out the deficit-reduction compromise they couldn’t do on their own. The Washington Post recently discovered that nearly 100 of the registered lobbyists no doubt charged with besieging the committee to protect the interests of the financial, defense, and health-care industries are former employees of its dozen members. Indeed, six of those members (three from each party) currently have former lobbyists on their staffs.

Elections are supposed to resolve conflicts in a great democracy, but our next one will not.

Just in time for election season, Obama has recovered his populist rhetoric (if not populism itself) and will say the right things about Wall Street, about that �frustration� out there, about the modest reforms of Dodd-Frank, and about millionaires who don’t pay their fair share of taxes. It’s not clear if anyone believes it, including him. Having been a bystander to history when the tea party harvested populist rage during the summer of 2009, he may have a tough time co-opting Occupy Wall Street now to plug the so-called enthusiasm gap in his base. There’s a serious danger that the anger could co-opt him instead. To pander to the swing state of North Carolina, the Democrats in their wisdom chose to hold their convention in a city best known as the headquarters of Bank of America, whose recent financial innovations include illegal robo-foreclosures and the $5 monthly fee on debit cards. Occupy Charlotte could be a far more telegenic show than the one happening inside the hall.

Despite all the chatter to the contrary, Obama is so far outdrawing all the GOP candidates combined in Wall Street contributions. His best hope is that that fact is blurred by either Romney, the plutocrat from central casting, or Rick Perry, a creature of lobbyists and pay-for-play government in Texas. Herman Cain’s as yet little-known corporate history would also prove problematic to Republicans: He’s not only an unabashed Alan Greenspan fan who was chairman of the Kansas City Fed but also served on the board of Aquila, an energy company that ended up paying a $10.5 million settlement for Enron-esque shenanigans. (Cain’s campaign manager hails from Americans for Prosperity, the Koch brothers’ political front.) Whatever else is to be said about Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, Tim Pawlenty, and Ron Paul, they actually spent most of their pre-political careers in the aggrieved middle class. But they are all history in the presidential race, and perhaps were destined to be, given how big money plays its hand. You don’t have to like their views to find their earnest but misplaced faith in the free-market efficiency of the political system a bit poignant.

Elections are supposed to resolve conflicts in a great democracy, but our next one will not. The elites will face off against the elites to a standoff, and the issues animating the class war in both parties won’t even be on the table. The structural crises in our economy, our government, and our culture defy any of the glib solutions proposed by current Democrats or Republicans; the quixotic third-party movements being hatched by well-heeled do-gooders are vanity productions. The two powerful forces that extricated America from the Great Depression�the courageous leadership and reformist zeal of Roosevelt, the mobilization for World War II�are not on offer this time. Our class war will rage on without winners indefinitely, with all sides stewing in their own juices, until�when? No one knows. The reckoning with capitalism’s failures over the past three decades, both in America and the globe beyond, may well be on hold until the top one percent becomes persuaded that its own economic fate is tied to the other 99 percent’s. Which is to say things may have to get worse before they get better.

Over the short term, meanwhile, the Democratic Establishment is no doubt wishing that Occupy Wall Street will melt away with the winter snows, much as its Republican counterpart hopes that the leaderless tea party will wither if Romney nails down the nomination. But even in the unlikely event that these wishes come true, it is not likely to be the end of the story. Though the Bonus Army was driven out of Washington in the similarly fraught election year of 1932, the newsreels they left behind turned out to be previews of coming attractions for the long decade still to come.
          The Eight Marks of Fascist Policy        

By Lew Rockwell
10/07/11 John T. Flynn, like other members of the Old Right, was disgusted by the irony that what he saw, almost everyone else chose to ignore. In the fight against authoritarian regimes abroad, he noted, the United States had adopted those forms of government at home, complete with price controls, rationing, censorship, executive dictatorship, and even concentration camps for whole groups considered to be unreliable in their loyalties to the state.

After reviewing this long history, John T. Flynn proceeds to sum up with a list of eight points he considers to be the main marks of the fascist state.

As I present them, I will also offer comments on the modern American central state.

Point 1. The government is totalitarian because it acknowledges no restraint on its powers.

This is a very telling mark. It suggests that the US political system can be described as totalitarian. This is a shocking remark that most people would reject. But they can reject this characterization only so long as they happen not to be directly ensnared in the state’s web. If they become so, they will quickly discover that there are indeed no limits to what the state can do. This can happen boarding a flight, driving around in your hometown, or having your business run afoul of some government agency. In the end, you must obey or be caged like an animal or killed. In this way, no matter how much you may believe that you are free, all of us today are but one step away from Guantanamo.

As recently as the 1990s, I can recall that there were moments when Clinton seemed to suggest that there were some things that his administration could not do. Today I’m not so sure that I can recall any government official pleading the constraints of law or the constraints of reality to what can and cannot be done. No aspect of life is untouched by government intervention, and often it takes forms we do not readily see. All of healthcare is regulated, but so is every bit of our food, transportation, clothing, household products, and even private relationships.

Mussolini himself put his principle this way: “All within the State, nothing outside the State, nothing against the State.” He also said: “The keystone of the Fascist doctrine is its conception of the State, of its essence, its functions, and its aims. For Fascism the State is absolute, individuals and groups relative.”

I submit to you that this is the prevailing ideology in the United States today. This nation, conceived in liberty, has been kidnapped by the fascist state.

Point 2. Government is a de facto dictatorship based on the leadership principle.

I wouldn’t say that we truly have a dictatorship of one man in this country, but we do have a form of dictatorship of one sector of government over the entire country. The executive branch has spread so dramatically over the last century that it has become a joke to speak of checks and balances. What the kids learn in civics class has nothing to do with reality.

The executive state is the state as we know it, all flowing from the White House down. The role of the courts is to enforce the will of the executive. The role of the legislature is to ratify the policy of the executive.

Further, this executive is not really about the person who seems to be in charge. The president is only the veneer, and the elections are only the tribal rituals we undergo to confer some legitimacy on the institution. In reality, the nation-state lives and thrives outside any “democratic mandate.” Here we find the power to regulate all aspects of life and the wicked power to create the money necessary to fund this executive rule.

As for the leadership principle, there is no greater lie in American public life than the propaganda we hear every four years about how the new president/messiah is going to usher in the great dispensation of peace, equality, liberty, and global human happiness. The idea here is that the whole of society is really shaped and controlled by a single will — a point that requires a leap of faith so vast that you have to disregard everything you know about reality to believe it.

And yet people do. The hope for a messiah reached a fevered pitch with Obama’s election. The civic religion was in full-scale worship mode — of the greatest human who ever lived or ever shall live. It was a despicable display.

Another lie that the American people believe is that presidential elections bring about regime change. This is sheer nonsense. The Obama state is the Bush state; the Bush state was the Clinton state; the Clinton state was the Bush state; the Bush state was the Reagan state. We can trace this back and back in time and see overlapping appointments, bureaucrats, technicians, diplomats, Fed officials, financial elites, and so on. Rotation in office occurs not because of elections but because of mortality.

Point 3. Government administers a capitalist system with an immense bureaucracy.

The reality of bureaucratic administration has been with us at least since the New Deal, which was modeled on the planning bureaucracy that lived in World War I. The planned economy — whether in Mussolini’s time or ours — requires bureaucracy. Bureaucracy is the heart, lungs, and veins of the planning state. And yet to regulate an economy as thoroughly as this one is today is to kill prosperity with a billion tiny cuts.

This doesn’t necessarily mean economic contraction, at least not right away. But it definitely means killing off growth that would have otherwise occurred in a free market.

So where is our growth? Where is the peace dividend that was supposed to come after the end of the Cold War? Where are the fruits of the amazing gains in efficiency that technology has afforded? It has been eaten by the bureaucracy that manages our every move on this earth. The voracious and insatiable monster here is called the Federal Code that calls on thousands of agencies to exercise the police power to prevent us from living free lives.

It is as Bastiat said: the real cost of the state is the prosperity we do not see, the jobs that don’t exist, the technologies to which we do not have access, the businesses that do not come into existence, and the bright future that is stolen from us. The state has looted us just as surely as a robber who enters our home at night and steals all that we love.

Point 4. Producers are organized into cartels in the way of syndicalism.
Syndicalist is not usually how we think of our current economic structure. But remember that syndicalism means economic control by the producers. Capitalism is different. It places by virtue of market structures all control in the hands of the consumers. The only question for syndicalists, then, is which producers are going to enjoy political privilege. It might be the workers, but it can also be the largest corporations.

In the case of the United States, in the last three years, we’ve seen giant banks, pharmaceutical firms, insurers, car companies, Wall Street banks and brokerage houses, and quasi-private mortgage companies enjoying vast privileges at our expense. They have all joined with the state in living a parasitical existence at our expense.

This is also an expression of the syndicalist idea, and it has cost the US economy untold trillions and sustained an economic depression by preventing the postboom adjustment that markets would otherwise dictate. The government has tightened its syndicalist grip in the name of stimulus.

Point 5. Economic planning is based on the principle of autarky.

Autarky is the name given to the idea of economic self-sufficiency. Mostly this refers to the economic self-determination of the nation- state. The nation-state must be geographically huge in order to support rapid economic growth for a large and growing population.

This was and is the basis for fascist expansionism. Without expansion, the state dies. This is also the idea behind the strange combination of protectionist pressure today combined with militarism. It is driven in part by the need to control resources.

Look at the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya. We would be supremely naive to believe that these wars were not motivated in part by the producer interests of the oil industry. It is true of the American empire generally, which supports dollar hegemony.

It is the reason for the planned North American Union.

The goal is national self-sufficiency rather than a world of peaceful trade. Consider, too, the protectionist impulses of the Republican ticket. There is not one single Republican, apart from Ron Paul, who authentically supports free trade in the classical definition.

From ancient Rome to modern-day America, imperialism is a form of statism that the bourgeoisie love. It is for this reason that Bush’s post-9/11 push for the global empire has been sold as patriotism and love of country rather than for what it is: a looting of liberty and property to benefit the political elites.

6. Government sustains economic life through spending and borrowing.

This point requires no elaboration because it is no longer hidden. There was stimulus 1 and stimulus 2, both of which are so discredited that stimulus 3 will have to adopt a new name. Let’s call it the American Jobs Act.

With a prime-time speech, Obama argued in favor of this program with some of the most asinine economic analysis I’ve ever heard. He mused about how is it that people are unemployed at a time when schools, bridges, and infrastructure need repairing. He ordered that supply and demand come together to match up needed work with jobs.

Hello? The schools, bridges, and infrastructure that Obama refers to are all built and maintained by the state. That’s why they are falling apart. And the reason that people don’t have jobs is because the state has made it too expensive to hire them. It’s not complicated. To sit around and dream of other scenarios is no different from wishing that water flowed uphill or that rocks would float in the air. It amounts to a denial of reality.

Still, Obama went on, invoking the old fascistic longing for national greatness. “Building a world-class transportation system,” he said, “is part of what made us an economic superpower.” Then he asked, “We’re going to sit back and watch China build newer airports and faster railroads?”

Well, the answer to that question is yes. And you know what? It doesn’t hurt a single American for a person in China to travel on a faster railroad than we do. To claim otherwise is an incitement to nationalist hysteria.

As for the rest of this program, Obama promised yet another long list of spending projects. Let’s just mention the reality: No government in the history of the world has spent as much, borrowed as much, and created as much fake money as the United States. If the United States doesn’t qualify as a fascist state in this sense, no government ever has.

None of this would be possible but for the role of the Federal Reserve, the great lender to the world. This institution is absolutely critical to US fiscal policy. There is no way that the national debt could increase at a rate of $4 billion per day without this institution.

Under a gold standard, all of this maniacal spending would come to an end. And if US debt were priced on the market with a default premium, we would be looking at a rating far less than A+.

Point 7. Militarism is a mainstay of government spending.

Have you ever noticed that the military budget is never seriously discussed in policy debates? The United States spends more than most of the rest of the world combined.

And yet to hear our leaders talk, the United States is just a tiny commercial republic that wants peace but is constantly under threat from the world. They would have us believe that we all stand naked and vulnerable. The whole thing is a ghastly lie. The United States is a global military empire and the main threat to peace around the world today.

To visualize US military spending as compared with other countries is truly shocking. One bar chart you can easily look up shows the US trillion-dollar-plus military budget as a skyscraper surrounded by tiny huts. As for the next highest spender, China spends 1/10th as much as the United States.

Where is the debate about this policy? Where is the discussion? It is not going on. It is just assumed by both parties that it is essential for the US way of life that the United States be the most deadly country on the planet, threatening everyone with nuclear extinction unless they obey. This should be considered a fiscal and moral outrage by every civilized person.

This isn’t only about the armed services, the military contractors, the CIA death squads. It is also about how police at all levels have taken on military-like postures. This goes for the local police, state police, and even the crossing guards in our communities. The commissar mentality, the trigger-happy thuggishness, has become the norm throughout the whole of society.

If you want to witness outrages, it is not hard. Try coming into this country from Canada or Mexico. See the bullet-proof-vest- wearing, heavily armed, jackbooted thugs running dogs up and down car lanes, searching people randomly, harassing innocents, asking rude and intrusive questions.

You get the strong impression that you are entering a police state. That impression would be correct.

Yet for the man on the street, the answer to all social problems seems to be more jails, longer terms, more enforcement, more arbitrary power, more crackdowns, more capital punishments, more authority. Where does all of this end? And will the end come before we realize what has happened to our once-free country?

Point 8. Military spending has imperialist aims.

Ronald Reagan used to claim that his military buildup was essential to keeping the peace. The history of US foreign policy just since the 1980s has shown that this is wrong. We’ve had one war after another, wars waged by the United States against noncompliant countries, and the creation of even more client states and colonies.

US military strength has led not to peace but the opposite. It has caused most people in the world to regard the United States as a threat, and it has led to unconscionable wars on many countries. Wars of aggression were defined at Nuremberg as crimes against humanity.

Obama was supposed to end this. He never promised to do so, but his supporters all believed that he would. Instead, he has done the opposite. He has increased troop levels, entrenched wars, and started new ones. In reality, he has presided over a warfare state just as vicious as any in history. The difference this time is that the Left is no longer criticizing the US role in the world. In that sense, Obama is the best thing ever to happen to the warmongers and the military-industrial complex.

As for the Right in this country, it once opposed this kind of military fascism. But all that changed after the beginning of the Cold War. The Right was led into a terrible ideological shift, well documented in Murray Rothbard’s neglected masterpiece The Betrayal of the American Right. In the name of stopping communism, the right came to follow ex-CIA agent Bill Buckley’s endorsement of a totalitarian bureaucracy at home to fight wars all over the world.

At the end of the Cold War, there was a brief reprise when the Right in this country remembered its roots in noninterventionism. But this did not last long. George Bush the First rekindled the militarist spirit with the first war on Iraq, and there has been no fundamental questioning of the American empire ever since. Even today, Republicans elicit their biggest applause by whipping up audiences about foreign threats, while never mentioning that the real threat to American well-being exists in the Beltway.

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          Performance review: More feedback on President Obama        

We don't normally publish the feedback from our Reader Surveys online, out of respect for the privacy of respondents (name and city are included in this section), but between the record amount or responses to our survey on President Obama and the passion with which our readers responded, we wanted to share them with our online readers.

We've included some of our favorite answers without any identifying information.

For Catholics, the greatest success of the Obama administration has been:

The passage of healthcare reform.

Fighting for extended unemployment benefits.

Getting out of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Including more minorities and women in cabinet positions.

A greater emphasis on providing for the needs of the poor.

Concern for the working class and trying to boost economic employment.

His leadership in international matters and helping bring about the demise of corrupt and tyrannical Mideast leaders.

The death of Osama Bin Laden.

Keeping the recession from becoming a depression.

National Security. He has kept the country safe. He has employed smart foreign policy and has not been reckless like the last president. The world respects us more today.

Ending don’t ask, don’t tell.

The most important issue for Catholics that the Obama administration has failed to appropriately address is:

Respect for all human life.

Helping the poor, homeless, and disabled.

The drastic rise in poor children and loss of services to all of our children. We have cut our investments in education, positioning ourselves to lose future jobs to other nations.

Military spending.

Education. Education for the 21st century is the key in helping to reduce poverty as a world problem.  We need education for a global economy and learning how to listen to one another in our shrinking world.

Capital punishment.

The inequality of opportunity in the country.

Abortion and rights for medical workers conscience.

Making the tax code more beneficial to the vast majority of Americans.

Protecting human life from conception to natural death, and the continued protection of the Defense of Marriage Act.

Improving access to assistance for single moms to reduce the need for abortions.

The easy answer is to say "abortion," but I actually believe Obama and the Democrats have, overall, failed to address the issue of subsidiarity. Health care reform, for example, ought to be dealt with at the state level, not the federal level.

Care for the poor, the widowed, the orphan--a great many of whom were made that way through war. Obama has not been strong enough to hack away at the military-industrial complex.

Economic justice--using the tax code to close loopholes, providing incentives for companies to pay a living wage, and reducing how rich the super-rich in our country are.

Immigration reform.

The massive accumulation of society's wealth in the top 1% of the population.

All of them. He has not appropriately addressed any issues important to Catholics or any American since Day One of his Presidency.

Stopping the war in Afghanistan.

No matter who wins the next election, the top priority for the president should be:

Rebuilding national unity.

Finding a way to decrease the gap in income between the wealthiest and the poor.

Stopping the wars and reining in the military, so we can help build a better world and a better country.

Representing all the people, not just the wealthy and not just the poor.

Showing respect for all Americans, and an ability to work with both parties.

Creating jobs

Outlawing abortion.

To stop the outsourcing of American jobs.

Global warming

Looking out for those of us who live paycheck to paycheck.

National defense including securing the borders

Nuclear weapons, especially in North Korea and Iran.

To restore the government to one of the people, by the people and for the people by outlawing lobbying, corporate political funding, and revolving door relationships between government and industry.{C}

If I could choose anyone to be president, I would pick ________, because:

Barack Obama, because I think he has a truly American agenda.

Elizabeth Warren, because she is smart, courageous and has the best interests of the common good at the core of her political agenda.

FDR, because even his ghost could do a better job than the Republicans.

The pope!  He would run our nation as God intended!

Jon Stewart, because he understands the plight of normal Americans and he isn't afraid to ask the hard questions and make people think.

Solomon, because he sought wisdom for the common good rather than power for himself.

Allen West, because he has good morals and good character.

Dennis Kucinich, because he has a progressive vision and isn't in the pocket of corporate money.

Can we clone Abraham Lincoln, Gandhi, or Roosevelt somehow?

Jim Wallis. He seems to have a good handle on justice issues, appreciates the ideological gap and its effects, and has been successful bringing various factions to the same table.

Pope Leo XIII because of his stand on social justice.

Sen. John Tester, because he pays attention to his constituents and tries to vote for the good of the people not his personal gain.

Sister Joan Chittister, because she is filled with wisdom, honestly, faith, and has a deep understanding of people.

My godmother Aunt Pat, because she knows the world and its history, because she is deeply religious, because she has devoted her life to unselfishly sharing her wisdom and values as a teacher and scholar, and because she doesn't want the job!

Warren Buffet. Of those with public reputations the man has a strong sense of social reality.

Jesus, because there would be no hatred

Chris Christie. He is compassionate and firm but fair.

Marco Rubio, whose principles are aligned with Catholic teaching.

Colin Powell. He is an exceptional diplomat and leader with a direct approach to events and problems and with a proven record of success.

Bill Clinton, because those were the good old days!

Sen. Bernie Sanders, because he fights for the people.

Jon Huntsman, because he is the most intelligent, moderate, and level-headed of the Republican candidates.

Oprah, because she has the common good and the dignity of the individual in her mind.

Mitt Romney, because he has enough government experience to know the system but not be beholden to it and enough success in the business world to shake things up. And he has Mormon values that he stands up for.

A U.S. archbishop who will have the moral background and the administrative experience. Certainly no more pandering life-long politicians or corporate sell-outs.

Rev. Daniel Berrigan, SJ. He embodies Catholic social justice teaching.

Hillary Clinton, because even though her policy views do not align perfectly with mine, she understands the essential nature of underlying social justice regarding domestic issues, and has the skills needed to work the bureaucratic system to accomplish her goals.

Rick Santorum, as he would uphold the Judeo-Christian basis of our nation.

Russ Feingold, because he is a man of integrity who will not be bought.

Ron Paul, because he understands the Constitution and what a representative republic means.

Ray LaHood, because he has been a member of the Republican party, yet works for a Democratic president and could possibly get the Republicans to reach across the aisle.

Herman Cain. He is pro-life and he understands business policies.

Mike Huckabee, because I think he'd do a good job and it would be nice to have a decent Arkansan in the White House to make up for Clinton.

(Louisiana Governor) Bobby Jindal, because of his respect for life, marriage, and family, and for his ability to successfully run a state without overspending.

Lee Iaccoca, because he is a man of experience and principal and has proven himself over the years to be able to pull a situation out of crisis.

Father Robert Barron, because he would bring an articulate, orthodox and compassionate Catholic world view to the task.

Michele Bachman, because she is the ideal pro-life president, and a godly woman.

Condoleezza Rice. She has the ability to understand the actual needs of the American people, experience in international affairs, and exceptional leadership skills.

Bill Gates, because he seems to understand that God wants us to use what we have for helping all God's children.

Father John Dear because he is humble and clearly supports causes of peace and justice for all humanity. 

Rick Perry. He has a Texas mentality and will make the USA number one again.

If I were president for a day and could do anything by executive order, I would:

Simplify the tax code to be more equitable.

Make abortion illegal.

Remove the "Supreme Court justice for life" provision and find a way to curb the power of judges at all levels.

Initiate an infrastructure improvement and building projects similar to our projects to get out of the Great Depression.

Forgive all student loans.

Withdraw all troops from Afghanistan.

Sign an order to permit any person to marry civilly with appropriate responsibilities, benefits, and rights regardless of their personal relationship preferences.

Move most of the military budget to opening community centers for pre-teens and teens which would offer programs, gathering spaces, fun activities and just a place for them to hang out.

Make it impossible for corporations and many financial industry employees to circumvent the intention of the country's tax policies.

Reinstate regulation of the media to break corporate monopolies and safeguard free speech.

Drastically change federal funding for food stamps and public schools to provide a solid foundation for everyone, and a more equitable school funding structure.

Stop the death penalty.

Reform our immigration laws and rules to make them more humane and realistic so that immigrants would have an opportunity to come and live and work here with documentation.

Introduce term limits for both houses of Congress to max out at two terms each.

Stop all foreign trade.

Permit undocumented, unaccompanied minors to rejoin their families.

Eliminate the EPA.

Stop federal funding for abortion and dramatically cut defense spending.

Stop unjust immigration policies. -- Rev. Thomas P. Ivory, West Orange, N.J.

Provide amnesty for all the illegal immigrants here in our country for years and years who have worked hard and have been good people.

Repeal the Bush tax cuts.

Lower the salary of those in Congress and put limits on what they can raise for re-election.

This article is a web-only feature that accompanies Performance review: Readers rate the president's record.

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          Quinnipiac: Santorum Leads by 7% in Ohio        

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The GOP clown car rolls on, this time to Ohio:

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum shoots to the top among Ohio likely Republican primary voters with 36 percent, followed by 29 percent for former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich runs third with 20 percent, while Texas U.S. Rep. Ron Paul gets 9 percent.

Three weeks before the March 6 primary, 50 percent of likely Republican primary voters say they might change their mind. This first survey of likely voters can not be compared with earlier surveys of registered Republicans.

President Barack Obama would get 46 percent of Ohio registered voters, to Romney's 44 percent if the November election were today, similar to the 44 - 42 percent result in a January 18 survey by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University. Obama tops Santorum 47 - 41 percent and beats Gingrich 50 - 38 percent in general election matchups.

Picking Ohio Sen. Rob Portman as Romney's running mate would not help the GOP ticket carry Ohio's crucial electoral votes in November as the Democratic ticket pulls slightly ahead 47 - 43 percent.

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          Missouri GOP BUSTED AGAIN For Trying to Block Ron Paul From Winning!        

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          Ron Paul Delegate Strategy Working; Alaska GOP Tries to Block Paul Delegates from State Conventions        

Source: http://thenewamerican.com By Joe Wolverton, II Despite the best efforts by the mainstream media to black out all news related to Ron Paul, word is leaking out that the Texas Congressman’s strategy to win delegates is succeeding. First, the news from Missouri is very encouraging to those who recognize in Ron Paul the best hope […]

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          FreedomRadio: Dean Clancy on this Week's House Budget Votes        

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Yesterday, the House passed Paul Ryan's ten-year budget plan on mostly party lines while rejecting President Obama's budget unanimously. In my audio update this morning, I discuss the votes and give a brief look at the state of the national budget debate.

P.S. In the update, I name the 10 Republicans who voted against the Ryan budget, characterizing them as fiscal stalwards. That isn't quite right. Some of them are squeamish Republicans who apparently don't want to cut spending, at least not in the way that most of their fellow Republicans do. 

The strongest fiscal conservatives, whom I should have named, but unfortunately didn't, are the following five Republicans who voted only for the more conservative alternative, the RSC budget, which was the only plan offered that would balance the budget. They are: Justin Amash (MI), Joe Barton (TX), Tim Huelskamp (KS), Paul Broun (GA),  and Ron Paul (TX). These five are the cream of the cream. We need more like them in Congress. 

CLICK HERE to listen to the update (9 min)

Dean Clancy, on air

For a more detailed written account, and additional information on the budget debate, go to this recent blog post. 

CLICK HERE to listen to the update (9 min)

Dean Clancy is FreedomWorks' Legislative Counsel and Vice President, Health Care Policy


          House Passes Ryan’s Budget 228-191, Rejects Obama’s 0-414        

Today, the House passed a budget -- something Senate Democrats haven’t bothered to do in nearly three years (1,065 days, to be exact).

The budget, drafted by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, resembles last year’s Ryan budget. It now goes to the Senate, where Harry Reid and his fellow Democrats aren’t likely to take it up. 

The House also voted on President Obama’s budget. Want to guess how many votes it got? Zero. That’s right. No one voted for it, not even the Democrats. Ouch. That’s gotta hurt.

The House voted the President’s budget down unanimously by a vote of 0-414. Last May, the Senate voted down the Obama budget, 0-97. The White House is on a roll.

Anticipating the humiliation, the administration attempted to discredit the vote ahead of time by calling the whole exercise a “gimmick.” Considering that President Obama’s last two budgets have both failed to garner even a single vote in either chamber of Congress, perhaps his budget proposals are the gimmicks?

The process involved votes on a series of competing budget proposals. Members were able to vote for any or all of them. The one that passed first would become the base text, and the one that passed last would become the House position and go over to the Senate. In the end, only one budget passed: the GOP leadership-backed Ryan budget. 

After voting down the Obama budget unanimously, the House also voted down a series of three liberal budget proposals:

  • The House Democratic leadership proposed a budget that hikes taxes by a trillion dollars, spends $3.704 trillion in the first year, and adds more than $6 trillion to the debt over ten years. It failed by a 151-236 vote. 
  • The Congressional Black Caucus proposed a budget with $3.9 trillion in new taxes in addition to the tax hikes proposed in President Obama’s budget. It failed by a 107-314 vote. 
  • The Congressional Progressive Caucus budget hikes taxes, creates a $1.034 trillion deficit in the first year, and takes ObamaCare several steps farther by enacting the unpopular “public option”. It failed by a 78-346 vote.

The House also considered a “moderate” budget proposal:

  • Reps. Jim Cooper (D-TN) and Steve LaTourette (R-OH) introduced a budget in the mold of the 2010 “Simpson-Bowles” debt commission. Although its supporters labeled it the sole “bipartisan” budget proposal, it did not garner significant support from either party. Only 22 Democrats and 16 Republicans voted for the proposal, which failed by an embarrassing 38-382 vote. 

Finally, the House considered two conservative budget proposals:

  • The FreedomWorks-endorsed Republican Study Committee (RSC) budget would cut spending by $7.579 trillion over the next ten years, cut taxes, repeal ObamaCare, and enact significant entitlement reform. It failed, 136-285.

The 175-member RSC offered the only budget that met the balance-in-seven-years requirement of the Goodlatte Balanced Budget Amendment (H.J.Res. 2), which the House voted on last fall. Sixty percent of the House and 98 percent of House Republicans voted "yes" on the Goodlatte BBA. The RSC Budget failed, alas, despite strong support from fiscal conservatives both inside and outside of Congress; the vote was 136 in favor to 285 against. Sadly, of the 285 “noes”, 101 came from Republicans who had previously voted for the balanced budget amendment. 

The RSC budget comes the closest of those offered to the Tea Party Budget. That’s why FreedomWorks decided to “key-vote” in favor of it, counting it as a essential vote on our scorecard of votes that determine which members are truest to the tea party principles of smaller, constitutionally limited government. We didn’t key-vote any of the other budget plans, not even Ryan’s, which, while a good start, doesn’t go far enough to avert the coming debt crisis.

  • Paul Ryan (R-WI) and the House Budget Committee’s “Path to Prosperity: A Blueprint for American Renewal” budget would cut $4.150 trillion over the next ten years, cut taxes, repeal ObamaCare, and enact significant Medicare and Medicaid reform. It passed, 228-191.

Not a single Democrat voted in favor of the Ryan budget, and 10 Republicans voted against it: Reps. John Duncan (TN), Chris Gibson (NY),  Walter Jones (NC), David McKinley (WV), Todd Platts (PA), Denny Rehberg (MT), Ed Whitfield (KY), Justin Amash (MI), Joe Barton (TX), and Tim Huelskamp (KS).

Five Republicans voted only for the RSC budget: Justin Amash (MI), Joe Barton (TX), Tim Huelskamp (KS), Paul Broun (GA),  and Ron Paul (TX). These men are all staunch fiscal conservatives who feel, as many of our members do, that the Ryan budget, while a good start, doesn’t go far enough to avert the coming debt crisis. 

For more details on the competing budget plans, see our handy FreedomWorks Budget Report Card.

The main lesson that supporters of smaller, constitutionally limited government can take away from all of this is that, despite the historic gains we achieved in the 2010 elections, we need to send even more fiscal stalwarts to Washington like the ones who voted for the RSC (conservative) budget today -- and especially those who voted only for that budget. 


          EMMY AWARDZZZZZZZZZZZ 2013        
Ayer, como cada año alrededor de estas fechas, se celebró la ceremonia de los Premios de la Academy of Televisión Arts & Science (Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias de la Televisión), comúnmente conocidos como los Emmy Awards. Este año ha sido el primero que me he quedado a verla y comentarla con mis compañeros seriéfilos twitteros y tengo que decir que comentar a través de redes sociales es el único aliciente que encontré a una gala que, premios aparte, ha sido etiquetada como "una de las peores galas de la historia". ¿Queréis saber por qué?

La encargada de organizar y retrasmitir la gala de entrega de los Emmy de este año era la CBS. Por si no lo sabéis, la cadena del ojo es la cadena líder de audiencia con series que se mueven por encima de los 15 millones de espectadores. Sin embargo, mucha de esta audiencia forma parte de la tercera edad, lo que hace que la edad promedia de los espectadores que ven la cadena se mueve alrededor de los 55 años. Teniendo esto en mente, se entiende que la gala haya sido de lo más insulso que se haya podido ver en el mundo de las ceremonias últimamente.


Una gala que prometía ser joven, dinámica y divertida con un excelente Neil Patrick Harris como host, pero que acabó siendo de lo más soporífera y aburrida. Por twitter alguien decía que los de la televisión solíamos ser más anárquicos que los del cine, pero si comparamos la gala de los Oscar 2013 con la que presenciamos ayer, los premios cinematográficos ganan por goleada y Seth MacFarlane supera con creces a las escuetas, controladas y anodinas apariciones de NPH. Un poco de locura, por favor.

Salvando el sketch de HIMYM y el ingenioso momento musical de NPH con Nathan Fillion y Sarah Silverman, todo en la gala fue de lo más soso. Los otros momentos musicales fueron lo peor: Elton John nos trajo bostezos y Carrie Underwood destrozó "Yesterday" de los Beatles. Además, los organizadores se sacaron de la chistera unos "In Memoriam" individuales que impregnaban la gala de muerte y que rompían totalmente el ritmo. Solo destacaron el del gran James Gandolfini y el de Cory Monteith, pero por la indignación interior que sentía al dejar a otros grandes (como Larry Hagman) sin un "In Memoriam" personal y quedar relegados al típico vídeo.


Tras hablar un poco de la gala en sí, vamos a ver los premios, el único aliciente que le quedó a la ceremonia y lo único que consiguió mantener mi atención durante tres horas.


DRAMA

Las categorías de drama fueron bastante repartidas si lo comparamos con otros años. 

Breaking Bad se llevó el premio gordo al coronarse como Mejor Serie Dramática por la primera mitad de la 5ª temporada después de que Homeland se lo llevara el año pasado, pero además también hizo que Anna Gunn consiguiera el Emmy a Mejor Actriz de Reparto tras la espléndida interpretación de Skyler White. Un Emmy más que merecido. Aún así, no consiguió que los dos protagonistas, Aaron Paul y Bryan Cranston, consiguieran ser premiados. Bobby Cannavale sorprendió y superó a Aaron Paul para ganar en Mejor Actor de Reparto por su Gyp Rosetti en Boardwalk Empire, mientras que la categoría de Mejor Actor fue la sorpresa de la noche al premiar a Jeff Daniels por su interpretación del presentador de noticias Will McAvoy en The Newsroom, superando al propio Cranston, Damian Lewis, Kevin Spacey y Jon Hamm, los principales candidatos. A mí me gusta el personaje, pero Heisenberg lo merecía mucho más. La gran triunfadora del año pasado, Homeland, no se fue de vacío, ya que el difunto Henry Bromell consiguió el galardón a Mejor Guión por "Q&A" (2x05) y Claire Danes repitió y cumplió los pronósticos al ganar el Emmy a Mejor Actriz. Por último, el ausente director de cine David Fincher ganó el Emmy a Mejor Dirección por el piloto de House of Cards, invadiendo así la televisión.


Mejor Serie Dramática: Breaking Bad
Mejor Actor: Jeff Daniels por Will McAvoy (The Newsroom)
Mejor Actriz: Claire Danes por Carrie Matheson (Homeland)
Mejor Actor de Reparto: Bobby Cannavale por Gyp Rosetti (Boardwalk Empire)
Mejor Actriz de Reparto: Anna Gunn por Skyler White (Breaking Bad)
Mejor Guión: Henry Bromell, "Q&A" (Homeland)
Mejor Dirección: David Fincher, "Pilot" (House of Cards)


COMEDIA

Las categorías de comedia apostaron por sorpresas bastante grandes en algunas categorías. 

La reina de las últimas ediciones, Modern Family, ha repetido el premio gordo de Mejor Comedia y Gail Mancuso ha ganado en Mejor Dirección por "Arrested" (4x07). Aún así, hemos presenciado, tras tres temporadas, el fin de la hegemonía de los actores de la comedia de la ABC en las categorías de actores de reparto, de las que se apodera el cable premium con los triunfos Merritt Wever de Nurse Jackie (conocida también por New Girl) en Mejor Actriz de Reparto y Tony Hale de Veep en Mejor Actor de Reparto. Bien por ellos. Veep también consigue que Julia Louis-Dreyfus repita el Emmy a Mejor Actriz, algo que también hace, ya por tercera vez, Jim Parsons en Mejor Actor al interpretar al cansino Sheldon Cooper en la comedia romántica The Big Bang Theory. 30 Rock podría haber sido más galardonada debido a su despedida, pero al final se queda con el Emmy de consolación a Mejor Guión que han conseguido Tina Fey y Tracey Wigfield por la Series Finale, "Last Lunch"


Mejor Comedia: Modern Family
Mejor Actor: Jim Parsons por Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory)
Mejor Actriz: Julia Louis-Dreyfus por Selina Meyer (Veep)
Mejor Actor de Reparto: Tony Hale por Gary Walsh (Veep)
Mejor Actriz de Reparto: Merritt Wever por Zoey Barkow (Nurse Jackie)
Mejor Guión: Tina Fey y Tracey Wigfield
Mejor Dirección: Gail Mancuso por Arrested


MINISERIE o TV MOVIE

La división "menor" de los premios de la televisión se salda con una ganadora y una perdedora.

Behind the Candelabra es la gran ganadora de la noche con el premio a Mejor Miniserie o TV Movie y los galardones a Michael Douglas a Mejor Actor y el del cineasta Steven Soderberg a Mejor Director. La perdedora tras partir como gran favorita es American Horror Story: Asylum, quien ha sufrido el arrollo de una TV Movie de la HBO, igual que pasara el año pasado con Game Change. Solo ha podido rascar el premio de James Cromwell a Mejor Actor de Reparto. Laura Linney consigue ganar el Emmy a Mejor Actriz, el que muchos daban a Jessica Lange, gracias la tramposa última temporada de The Big C, que fue presentada como miniserie. Otro premio que parecía cantado a AHS es el de Mejor Actriz de Reparto que Ellen Burstyn roba a Sarah Paulson gracias a su interpretación en la fallida Political Animals. Por último, Abi Morgan gana el premio a Mejor Guión por la segunda temporada de The Hour.


Mejor Miniserie o TV Movie: Behind the Candelabra
Mejor Actor: Michael Douglas por Liberace (Behind the Candelabra).
Mejor Actriz: Laura Linney por Cathy Jamison (The Big C: Hereafter)
Mejor Actor de Reparto: James Cromwell por Arthur Arden (AHS: Asylum)
Mejor Actriz de Reparto: Ellen Burstyn por Margaret Barrish (Political Animals)
Mejor Guión: Abi Morgan por The Hour
Mejor Dirección: Steven Soderberg por Behind the Candelabra


En definitiva, unos premios repartidos y sorprendentes para una horrible gala. Esperemos que el año que viene se esmeren un poco más y salga algo mucho más loco, dinámico, divertido o, al menos, entretenido. El listón está bajo, así que lo tienen fácil para mejorar la ceremonia de este año. Y esperemos que se haga justicia con Breaking Bad, hombre. 

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