Make No Mistake: Religious Freedom Dies on Hillary's Watch
Last Wednesday Hillary Clinton made her pitch for the Mormon vote, publishing an op ed in the Deseret News about her devotion to religious freedom. Most observers don't immediately associate Hillary Clinton with religious freedom, or for that matter
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NEW What are today's best interventions for supporting language acquisition and literacy for children who are deaf or hard of hearing (D/HH)? This textbook-and-DVD set brings answers for tomorrow's speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and educators. This important volume enlisted more than a dozen experts to present evidence-based intervention approaches, spanning the critical early years of language development through the complex reading and writing challenges of the school years. Chapters cover a continuum of available communication approaches-from auditory-focused to visually-focused to simultaneous use of speech and sign-while encouraging the use of individualized interventions to meet each child's needs. To prepare professionals for decades of effective, evidence-based practice, the included video clips demonstrate how to implement assessments and interventions and work successfully with children and families. Cutting-edge information on audiological assessments and technological interventions for children principles and practices for family-centered early intervention understanding, supporting, and coaching families assessments to identify intervention priorities Theory of Mind auditory-verbal therapy and phonological interventions sign language and sign systems use of the internet to deliver intervention services elements of supportive early education environments approaches for optimizing reading and writing skills strategies for promoting social and academic success in integrated classrooms and much more Chapter authors include: Stacy R. Abrams MS, Cheryl L. Broekelmann MA, Catherine Cronin Carotta EdD, Elizabeth B. Cole EdD, Leisha R. Eiten AuD, CCC-A, Cheryl DeConde Johnson EdD, John L. Luckner EdD, Connie Mayer EdD, Kristy Mixan MS, Paula Pittman PhD, Amy McConkey Robbins MS, CCC-SLP, Jane Russell, Marilyn Sass-Lehrer PhD, Jeffrey Simmons MA, Carol Westby PhD, Deboray Wilson-Taber MEd, Alys Young PhD.
Government and Politics in Australia 10e is the comprehensive and scholarly political science text that provides thorough and accessible content written by authorities in the field. Now in its 10th edition, Government and Politics in Australia continues to provide students with a research-based, in-depth contemporary introduction to the Australian political system. A strengthened focus on government and politics ensures that this classic text remains the most comprehensive and authoritative guide to the structure and institutions of Australian government, as well as political parties, representation, interest groups and the role of the media in Australian politics. The 10th edition has been thoroughly revised and updated by experts in the field led by a new editor team and includes a...
Aloha with Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams was about people on Hawaii, military stuff and corporate private stuff and old love and new love. I don't know. Performances were good but the story made me crazy trying to follow the storyline and who is in who's pocket. I thought the very, very end was wrong, totally unrealistic. ** Beyond the Reach is about a young tracker who is hired to take a filthy rich, incredibly entitled business man (Michael Douglas) big-game hunting in the desert. By accident, or just stupidity, the rich guy kills an old timer who lives in the hills. He thinks this social faux pas would ruin his reputation so he tries to bribe the tracker. It's gruesome, but this kid knows the desert. It's very tense and suspenseful. Great role for Douglas who is really good at portraying sleazy and arrogant. I think I would have liked a different ending, but I enjoy vengeful payback and the tracker is just too saintly. Great photography and performances. **** Carol is about lesbian love in the 1950s. Carol (Cate Blanchett) is going through a divorce and her husband isn't a happy man. He files for sole custody of their little girl on moral grounds unless she comes back to him. In the meantime Carol falls in love with Teresse (Rooney Mara). The costumes, cars, music, and sets are magnificent. The photography is beautiful, but the story is a little melodramatic and slow. *** Courageous was about a group of men who get together and make a resolution to be outstanding fathers and role models after one in their group loses his nine year old daughter in a car accident. It was a great story. If all dads signed and lived by such a resolution to be honest, loving, caring, respectful, and protective just think how much society would improve. Some of the performances were really good, others really bad and there was way, way, way too much superstitious God talk for me, lots of praying to God and expecting God to change everything which I find ridiculous. It was still a good story with a great message. I think men could step up to the plate without relying on a religious crutch. *** Drive was about a movie stunt driver/mechanic/race car driver by day/get-away car driver by night (Ryan Gosling) who falls in love with the neighbor lady. When her husband gets out of prison and he owes bad guys protection money, Ryan offers to help get him out of the mess by driving the get-away car. He's kind of a superhero in a sociopathic kind of way, but I liked the character. What will Hollywood think of next. *** 50 First Dates is about a guy (Adam Sandler) who meets a girl (Drew Barrymore) who has a brain injury from a car accident. She wakes up every morning with no short term memory and no memory of the previous day so he has to start over every day, meeting her, and getting her to like him. It's very sweet and made me want to move to Hawaii, but you really need to like Adam Sandler's stupid humor, which I don't. However, this story has less stupid and more sweetness which made it tolerable. *** The Forger John Travolta plays an art forger who gets out of prison early by hitting up the bad guy to bribe a judge so he can spend time with his dying fifteen year old son. what is not to like about this. ) As payment for the $50K debt owed for the bribe, he must forge a Monet and steal the original out of the museum so the sleazebag can pay his debt to some mafia boss. It was good, very complex with lots of human relations mixed with crime and intrigue. *** From Time to Time is about a boy in England just as World War II is ending. His father is missing in action and his mother is in London trying to find his father. He is sent to live with his formerly rich grandmother (Maggie Smith) who lives in this SPECTACULAR old estate with all kinds of antiques and dust and towers overgrown with weeds. He spends a lot of time searching the rooms, spiral staircases, listening to old family stories, and seeing GHOSTS. It's an outstanding story with outstanding photography with misty atmosphere and beautiful color. ***** Hello, My Name is Doris I love Sally Field and this is a great role for her. Who said there are no roles for older women in Hollywood. We are seeing lots of baby boomer movies featuring older quirky female characters. This one is about an older woman who lives with her mother in a huge house filled with hoarded junk.
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