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George Osborne Admitted to The Priory to deal with House Price Addiction

by Alan McSpestos

Number 11 Downing Street confirmed today that George Osborne, the obnoxious Chancellor of the Exchequer, has been admitted to the Priory Clinic in order to deal with his crippling addiction to house prices, and worrying about them. 463 more words


Jive Monkey Playlist: 5/20/16

There are some weeks when it’s hard to find a newly released song to feature.  Although San E and Chancellor’s “안주거리 (Bar Food)” was released a few weeks ago, it wasn’t something I was eager to feature because while I like the song (a lot), it sounds a lot like San E’s other songs.  949 more words

Jive Monkey Playlist

Rankin Chancery Judicial Election

Again?!? It seems there is a Judicial race every year. Normally, this is not the case, but the legislature saw fit to create new judicial positions and with the untimely passing of a sitting Chancellor, another election is around the corner. 334 more words


Otto von Bismarck

OTTO VON BISMARCK (1815 – 1898)

German Politician

Bismarck was Chancellor of Germany between 1871 – 1890. He is often regarded as one of the great European leaders, and he dominated the political scene of Europe during his time. 7 more words


Everyone’s Talking About the UC Davis Chancellor

In my economic history class, my professor likes to start the class with a brief discussion of current events. Yesterday, she brought up the topic of the investigation and possible termination of the chancellor, Linda Katehi. 832 more words


Doubts about honesty led to university chancellor's removal

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — University of California President Janet Napolitano felt compelled to remove the chancellor of UC Davis after documents contradicted the campus leader’s contention that she did not have any dealings with contractors that were hired to bolster the school’s image online, a university spokeswoman said Thursday, April 28. 792 more words



There was a chill in the air that shouldn’t have been there, not in high summer, not when the sun was shining from the kind of blue sky that artists have always loved painting and talking about. 1,085 more words