hmm...and NOW it makes sense why this colored arbitrator has behaved in such a biased way towards me without having read ANY of the pleadings that have been submitted in this case. the law firm that employs him has a very close and active relationship with ISRAEL. go figure. partial? conflict of interest? YES!!
The old saying, “you say tomato (to-may-to), I say tomato (to-mah-to)” refers to one word that is pronounced differently by different individuals, but it refers to the same thing — the vegetable (or fruit according to some, which is a different discussion for a different day). 426 more words
By: Maddie Jomolca
The topic of “hate crimes” has slowly yet surely become one of great divisiveness and affliction across the globe, primarily because that which might be a defined as a hate crime or human rights issue to one individual, culture or community may be a moral issue to another set of individuals. 750 more words
When it comes to Presbyterian Middle East policy decisions, not much changes.
Sure, faces and names change: since the 2004 divestment decision, the PC(USA) has a different stated clerk, a different moderator of the General Assembly, a different executive director of the Presbyterian Mission Agency – in fact, in 2004, the PMA was called the General Assembly Council (GAC) – then it was the General Assembly Mission Council (GAMC), a different coordinator for the Advisory Council for Social Witness Policy (ACSWP), different members for these committees or boards. 880 more words