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The Oxford Handbook of Well-Being and Public Policy
The Rule of Recognition and the U.S. Constitution is a volume of original essays that discuss the applicability of Hart's rule of recognition model of a legal system to U.S. constitutional law. The contributors are leading scholars in analytical jurisprudence and constitutional theory, including Matthew Adler, Larry Alexander, Mitchell Berman, Michael Dorf, Kent Greenawalt, Richard Fallon, Michael Green, Kenneth Einar Himma, Stephen Perry, Frederick Schauer, Scott Shapiro, Jeremy Waldron, and Wil Waluchow. The volume makes a contribution both in jurisprudence, using the U.S. as a "test case" that highlights the strengths and limitations of the rule of recognition model; and in constitutional theory, by showing how the model can illuminate topics such as the role of the Supreme Court,...
What are the methodologies for assessing and improving governmental policy in light of well-being? The Oxford Handbook of Well-Being and Public Policy provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary treatment of this topic. The contributors draw from welfare economics, moral philosophy, and psychology and are leading scholars in these fields. The Handbook includes thirty chapters divided into four Parts. Part I covers the full range of methodologies for evaluating governmental policy and assessing societal condition-including both the leading approaches in current use by policymakers and academics (such as GDP, cost-benefit analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, inequality and poverty metrics, and the concept of the "social welfare function"), and emerging techniques. Part II focuses on the...
Pamela Lopez and Jessica Yas Barker at a press conference in Sacramento where they accused Asm. Matt Dababneh of sexual harassment. Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio. Two women say California Assemblyman Matt Dababneh sexually harassed them, including one who claims the lawmaker accosted her in a bathroom during a Las Vegas party and masturbated in front of her. “Matt Dababneh has abused his power to abuse women that work with him and that work for him,” Sacramento lobbyist Pamela Lopez told reporters during a news conference at her lobbying firm near the state Capitol on Monday. In a letter submitted Monday to Assembly Rules Committee Chairman Ken Cooley — and again at Monday’s news conference — Lopez describes an incident where Dababneh, a Los Angeles County Democrat, followed her into a restroom at a wedding celebration... She continued: “I spun around and realized that I was face to face with Matt Dababneh, and he had very quickly exposed himself and begun masturbating. I started backing up, and he moved toward me while he was masturbating, and in explicit terms told me to touch his genitals while he was masturbating. Lopez says all she could think of in the moment was to make it clear that she was not consenting, to avoid any misunderstanding. “And so I said several times: ‘No, I will not touch you. Dababneh dismissed Lopez’s claims. “I affirmatively deny that this event ever happened — at any time,” the lawmaker said in a statement, released Monday by a Los Angeles area public relations firm. “I am saddened by this lobbyist's effort to create this falsehood and make these inflammatory statements, apparently for her own self-promotion and without regard to the reputation of others. The lawmaker also denied the allegations to the Los Angeles Times on Monday. Lopez initially declined to name Dababneh when she described the encounter to Capital Public Radio and others earlier this fall. But on Monday, she said she felt compelled to change course, because she believes Dababneh has sexually harassed other women. “As scary as it is for me to step forward,” she said, “I can’t have it on my conscience that I didn’t do everything that I could do to stop him from hurting other women in the future. Dababneh’s lawyer, Patricia L. Glaser, sent a “cease and desist” letter to Lopez on Friday. It warned her that she would be “held fully accountable in damages” if she went through with Monday’s press conference, or made any other public “false and defamatory allegation against Mr. Dababneh. A second woman, Jessica Yas Barker, joined Lopez at Monday’s news conference. She said Dababneh sexually harassed her when they worked for Rep. Dababneh was Sherman’s district director before being elected to the Assembly in a 2013 special election. Barker began that job in 2008 at the age of 26. She says her year-and-a-half there “was a constant reminder from Matt Dababneh that women were subordinate to him — in all ways. “At events or fundraisers, he would eye up women in the room and talk about his conquests — who he’d slept with, who wanted to sleep with him,” Barker added. And once he was certain that I had gotten a view of it, he would make a joke or smirk about it and make comments. Dababneh did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Capital Public Radio regarding Barker’s accusations. But when he spoke with the Los Angeles Times on Monday, he accused Barker of political motivations. “I am just shocked at her allegations,” he said. Sherman said in a statement that he was “surprised and saddened” to learn of Barker’s allegations. “I personally feel terrible that anyone was made to feel uncomfortable while working in my office. We are redoubling our efforts to make sure that my offices are safe and comfortable places for women and men to work. Both women say they told others about their experiences with Dababneh at the time, including family, friends and colleagues, but asked them to remain silent for fear of retaliation. The women did not call for Dababneh’s resignation. Lopez said it should be left up to his.
Matt's Crab & Clam Bisque (black pepper, carrot, celery, chicken bouillon, dill weed, flour, margarine, milk, onions, potato, red pepper flakes, water, worcestershire sauce)
Matt's Chicken-Fried Steak (ground beef, bread crumbs, salt, black pepper, buttermilk, vegetable oil, corn tortillas, monterey jack cheese, chile pepper, gravy)
Matt's Italian Thing Recipe (chicken, sausage, pepperoni, mozzarella cheese, tomato, fennel seed, oregano, basil, rosemary, salt, water, eggs, penne)
Rich Dark Chocolate Cake Recipe (cocoa powder, water, flour, evaporated milk, sugar, butter, whipped cream, almond, glaze, eggs, chocolate, chocolate, butter, chocolate, baking powder, baking soda, vanilla extract, whipped cream)
Matt Adler - Wikipedia
Matthew D. "Matt" Adler (born December 8, 1966 in Los Angeles, California) is an American film actor. He is best known for his work in the 1980s for his supporting ...
Matt Adler - IMDb
Matt Adler, Actor: Tonari no Totoro. Matt Adler was born on December 8, 1966 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is known for his work on My Neighbor Totoro (1988 ...
Matt Adler - filmux.org
Имя на родном языке: Matt Adler Карьера: Актер, Сценарист, Продюсер Рост: 1.71 м Дата рождения: 8 Gru ...
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