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How will the changes in Australian Government reform affect you?

I get $1400 on December 8 and am looking forward to it and think it is great~ I am a Disability Pensioner. How will these bonuses affect you and what will you do with the money? Will you buy a house for first home buyers and how will you be spending your bonuses?

I care for my dad and also work part time so it will be welcome relief at christmas for both of us.
I am glad disability pensioners get the bonus as well I have a disabled friend who struggles and just manages to keep his bills at bay this will be a great relief for for him as well.

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Posted by mark - February 28, 2015 at 7:57 am

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The Volvo C70: the Conservative Convertible

The Volvo group has always been known more about the safety of their cars than the kind of style that their vehicles sport around. The reputation comes from Volvo’s effort to increase the safety of their cars which they designed to have a boxy look. The boxy design is employed by early models of the car that is why the company is known not for the good looks of their cars.

The present though is different; the last decade has seen Volvo produce cool looking cars in an effort to catch the attention of younger buyers. An example of the Sweden-based outfit effort to produce eye pleasing design is their Volvo C70 convertible. The car is originally designed as a coupe and is converted to a drop-top which has the conservative styling of a Volvo but it still looks good.

The convertible does not offer radical designs but the drop-top configuration of this car surely commands attention. The car’s attractiveness mirrors the company’s drive to not only provide safe cars for the public but also good looking ones in order for them to have the younger consumers latch on – this is the group which the company is hoping will become their buyer base for many years to come.

The car employs a four-piece hardtop that gently tucks itself into the car’s trunk in under 30 seconds. The precise engineering of the mechanism enables the driver to lower the top and it also makes the lowering of the top quite a sight to see.

The convertible is a four-seater affair and offers good lumbar support to all its occupants. With the top up, it feels like a coupe from the inside, not only in its looks but the way you would feel when you drive it. The rest of the interior is also a good piece of work, from its floating console which is common with newly released cars from Volvo, to its easy-to-read analog dials; the car offers convenience and comfort.

It is also loaded with safety features that only Volvo can offer. The C70 is the only convertible that has side curtain airbags; this is a testament to the company’s dedication to providing safe cars no matter what the design may be.

The performance of the car is optimized by a wide array of high performance Volvo auto parts which are known for their reliability and long service lifespan. Its turbocharged engine can accelerate the car from a standstill to 60 miles per hour in roughly 7 seconds. The car’s acceleration is quite remarkable given its heavy roof, the added weight of chassis stiffening components, Boron steel windshield pillars and ballistic roll-over bars. What powers the car to that remarkable acceleration is its powerplant that is a transversely-mounted 2.5 liter turbocharged engine capable of producing up to 218 horsepower at 5000 revs per minute.

The problem that is common to all convertible though is that once the top is lowered, it cuts the luggage space in half, and the Volvo C70 is no exception to that. But efforts put in the design of the convertible gives the driver a mechanism that allows him to raise the top while it is inside the trunk to permit loading of luggage underneath it before lowering it again. While this does not solve the storage space problem, it is a clever way to make the best out of the situation. Overall, the convertible is a great ride, not only does it offer good aesthetic value but also great performance, with a healthy slice of safety thrown into the mix.

Glady Reign

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Posted by mark - February 27, 2015 at 7:06 am

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Which states in US are conservative but xenophobic?

I am an Asian and will go to US to further my study in graduate program. I want to choose some state that is conservative but xenophobic with strong belief in god. Coz I am a protestant. And I hope the weather there would not be so harsh. Thank you.

Anywhere in the South, from the way you describe yourself theyd welcome you with open arms

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Posted by mark - February 26, 2015 at 6:54 am

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Critical Care Nurse: Day in the Life Video

Michelle Swinney deals with life and death every day. If she is not on top of her game, patients die. It is this challenge that stimulates and motivates Michelle to excel as a critical care nurse.

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Posted by mark - February 25, 2015 at 6:31 am

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Indian Judiciary: Tyrrany or Activism

                            A democratic government bends in itself three organs in order to maintain transparency in between these organs. The rule making, rule interpreting and rule protector comes to be known as the legislature, executive and the judiciary respectively. Law making powers lies over the legislature, whereas the executive is there to execute these made laws as orders, procedures, bye-laws, ordinance etc. And the Judiciary comes to protect these laws for the welfare of the citizens, where even the judiciary receives independence in order to protect the rights of the citizens without the involvement of any of the organs. Such a formula of transparency is said, to be known as Doctrine of Separation of Powers, which came into existence by the famous thinker Montesque.

                         In India, the doctrine of separation of powers was not adopted in its absolute rigidity, but the ‘essence’ of that doctrine with the doctrine of constitutional limitation and trust implicit in the scheme was duly recognized in the Delhi Laws case, AIR 1951 SC 332. Separation of judiciary from the executive is mandated in article 50 of the Indian Constitution, with the independence of judiciary from the other organs of the government as a necessary corollary: Chandra Mohan v. State of U.P., AIR 1966 SC 1987. Later on, the doctrine of separation of powers was elevated to the status of a basic feature of the Indian Constitution in the landmark case of Indira Gandhi v. Raj Narain, AIR 1975 SC 2299, wherein it was observed, thus: “… the exercise by the legislature of what is purely and indubitably a judicial function is impossible to sustain in the context even of our co-operative federalism which contains no rigid distribution of powers but which provides a system of salutary checks and balances”.


                        As India became the 105th nation to achieve its independence, it adopted the multi-tier judicial system as was practiced by the Britishers. Since independent India had to undergo a political turmoil in the early 70’s, as a student of law I can draw a line of demarcation, the first of which can be marked as the post-independence period or the pre-emergency period, where the Indian Judicial system was more in tune with the parliament i.e. the legislature, when a seven judges bench held “the parliament is supreme, it can change any part of the constitution including the fundamental rights but cannot change its basic structure (Keshavanandan  Bharti vs. State of Kerala) by overruling its 5-judges bench’s earlier decision of Gopalan’s case and was a period of parliamentary hold over the judicial system. Time changed soon after there were suppressions of Justice Hegde, Shelat, and Grover, which was later again repeated in the case of Justice H.R.Khanna, who was superceded as had given an opposite view towards the government in the famous case of A.D.M Shukla .  Soon changes were expected and came a period of post-emergency period, were the judiciary no where remained under the dominion of the parliament and soon came several judgments against the governments wish and hence was marked as Judicial Activism.

                        The word judicial activism, judicial overreached, judicial credibility sounds to be quite synonymous to judicial review and judicial creativity. Until and unless the judiciary works with its full competency and honesty. The judges should not in any manner fail to police themselves. It was Hon’ble Speaker Mr. Somnath Chatterjee who had marked that the M.P.’s are working hard to destruct the democracy. But after the happening of several cases of corruption of the judges it’s hard to say the judiciary is working with its full credibility. A learned judge of today marks that when we had joined the judiciary there were less than 20% of corrupt judges and when the time comes towards his retirement after serving the nation for more than three decades he with tears in his marks that today we have more than 80% of corrupt judges in the system. It’s shameful for the nation when we see a sitting Supreme Court Judge involved in the Ghaziabad case, when we see a Chief Justice of a certain High Court as among one of the most corrupt judges in the system. It was the then Hon’ble President Mr. A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, who had refused to elevate such a judge but sooner or later he was there.

                              Time has come when there came three inquiries at a time, going over the corruption of judges in order to get their impeachments done by the parliament. Even the Judges Inquiry (Amendment) Bill has been introduced in the parliament and has been approved, which comes as per the Canadian Law. Where now even a novice could complain against a corrupt judge, where the Chief Justice of India will head such a council with some senior judges of the Supreme Court. The judiciary has realized its corrupt practices after six decades of India’s independence. It was Justice H.R.Khanna, who in his book “NEITHER ROSES NOR THORNES.” had marked over the corruption of two judges when he was in the Delhi High Court, and when he reported such matter to the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court of that time then he transferred such corrupt officers rather taking any action against them.

                           The authority of a judge comes for the public as he being only a mere public servant, his authority comes from public confidence based on their own conduct, their integrity, impartiality, learning and simplicity. No other vindication is required in a democracy and there is no need for them to display majesty and authority”. In the neo-liberal era, all organs of the state ooze ruling or elite class ideas and this is true for the judiciary as well. Unfortunately the filth of liberalization like corruption has affected our judiciary severely. This is a fact accepted by some of the prominent judges themselves. Hence it is time that measures should be taken for ensuring accountability and transparency in the judicial system. It is a fact that our judicial system still embraces the reminiscence of British aristocracy after completion of six decades of its complete independence.

                          The Indian Judiciary has become a den of corruption. The extortion of litigants has become a regular business of today’s judicial servants. The whole money extorted from the litigants is beings collected with the Reader of the court. From this booty, lunch is being served for the Judiciary; their monthly households are met. The remaining booty is being distributed among the staff of the judge. The litigants should be protected from this exploitation by the system. It should be the judges who should police themselves without any kind of discrimination on any basis.

                            The real question lies in, whether such a judicial system goes towards a reign of tyranny or just activism. As far as the system is working towards nation building and in national interest it cannot be called as a tyranny but as judicial creativity. Judicial activism can be called as quite synonymous to judicial credibility or creativity. Where judiciary is known as the paterfamilias of the organs of the government and the nation, it should work for the welfare of the nation and its citizens, in order to protect the rights of the citizens. And such a system should not be obsolete in nature; changes, reformations are must for a better today and tomorrow, with a balanced amount of checks over each other.


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Posted by mark - February 24, 2015 at 6:19 am

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The Risks Of A Foreign exchange Robot

Who does not want to have some share with the $3 trillion industry turnover that the Foreign exchange marketplace gets everyday? If you are 1 of those newcomers who are learning how to be a part from the Foreign exchange buying and selling industry and obtaining difficulty to cope with it, you would also receive a lot of talk about getting a Forex trading investing robot to help you with your trade.

We have hear how great this program is and how a great deal of folks have gained a lot from using it. But how excellent is it, actually? Could it just be as well best that we do not wish to worry about anything. Contradictory to what most folks believe, Forex robots would also have downsides.

What are these negative effects?

• Heavy reliance on your gear

A Forex trading robot is there to assist you to not to completely take over for you. A typical mistake made by traders is let automated trading programs do the work for them and by no means ever put even small manual buying and selling. This can turn into a investing disaster within the extended run.

If you rely too a lot on your products, what would you do if your personal computer crashes or you robot encountered difficulties? Would this be the end for your trading career? Obtaining sufficient knowledge in performing trade manually could save it, creating it really important in case you wanted to succeed in Forex trading trade.

An additional factor is the fact that most traders that use automated investing program would just leave their gear alone. Automated buying and selling method, specifically, Forex robots have the feature called optimization. This would enable traders to check on previous trades and determine how trades have been won within the past. This would enable your system to improve its program. But, there will be times when the optimization procedure can be too a lot. It could keep improving its program until it sees that there are no losses on the data. But this could purchase time and can even lose transactions within the end.

• Believing its magic

There is no such point as a ideal program. You can find some Foreign exchange robot systems that say that they have zero losses under their belt. Methods that claim this could happen aer in fact losing their account. You will find experts who say that method like this could actually earn a break-even following 20 years!

So, just the exact same using the very first point, even if you can find Forex trading robots that claim to possess as much as 95 to 100 percent gain, relying on them too a lot and letting them do the investing with out the trader getting involved could lead to disaster. But traders would have to dig deeper to understand that, really, their account could wind up dipping as much as 75 to 80 percent. Eventually, this could entirely deplete their account.

• Alert signs

Some Forex trading robots would use poor cash management strategies, like stop loss could possibly be larger that the target. Others wouldn’t have any buying and selling strategy at all! Some wouldn’t enable backtest, which is something that traders ought to be conscious about.

Bottom line is the fact that no automated trading program could make you rich by millions overnight or in weeks. The Foreign exchange industry is unpredictable and might be exciting. But to succeed in this field, miracle-workers like automated trading system is not the answer. Of course, it could aid or offer the necessary support in Forex buying and selling. But still, a good trading mindset and skill could take you to a lengthy way.

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Posted by Kayra - February 23, 2015 at 5:14 am

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