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WTF? Trump startling statement: ‘We’ve taken control of the oil in the Middle Eas

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Who is "we" and what does "taken control" mean? Scream1 Is Trump making Iran and Saudi Arabia great again? Scream1 Trump blurts out a startling statement: ‘We’ve taken control of the oil in the Middle East’ "President Donald Trump made a startling statement Friday afternoon while boasting about how he believes he handled his widely-condemned withdrawal of U.S. troops from Northern Syria – a move that had opened the gate to ethnic cleansing of America’s now-former allies, the Kurds. “We’ve taken control of the oil in the Middle East, the oil that we’re talking about, the oil that everybody was worried about. We have the U.S. control of that,” Trump said, minutes after concluding a talk with the first two women astronauts to participate in an all-women spacewalk. Trump went on to claim “there are no shots being fired, and a lot of people are doing a lot of things,” despite the supposed “ceasefire” that lasted less than 24 hours. “This is a deal that should been made 15 years, 10 ago, over the last number of years under the Obama administration. The real numbers is over one million people were killed,” Trump said, doubling his claim from earlier this week. “We have lost no, not a drop of blood since we’ve started, what I’ve started, and it was, so far it’s working out.” CNN fact-checker Daniel Dale was among the first to report on Trump’s stunning claim. Trump in fact made a similar statement on Twitter that went largely unnoticed just a few hours ago: Donald J. Trump ✔ @realDonaldTrump · 3h Just spoke to President @RTErdogan of Turkey. He told me there was minor sniper and mortar fire that was quickly eliminated. He very much wants the ceasefire, or pause, to work. Likewise, the Kurds want it, and the ultimate solution, to happen. Too bad there wasn’t..... Donald J. Trump ✔ @realDonaldTrump .....this thinking years ago. Instead, it was always held together with very weak bandaids, & in an artificial manner. There is good will on both sides & a really good chance for success. The U.S. has secured the Oil, & the ISIS Fighters are double secured by Kurds & Turkey.... Reporters are expressing confusion over what the president meant:" https://www.rawstory.com/2019/10/trump-b...ddle-east/ Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Illinois City Backs Away From Heavy-handed Rental Inspections Rule

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After threatening a landlord with fines for not compelling her tenants to allow warrantless inspections of their homes, the city of Zion, Illinois, agreed in a settlement temporarily to stop pursuing the landlord while the landlord seeks a ruling in a federal civil rights lawsuit declaring a local ordinance unconstitutional. Zion’s far-reaching rental inspection ordinance […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon Recreate Iconic Friends Scene 20 Years Later

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media thumbnail It’s been 20 years since Reese Witherspoon met Jennifer Aniston , but she still remembers the moment like it was yesterday. When Witherspoon was 23, she guest-starred on Friends as Aniston’s on-screen younger sister, Jill Green. But although the women have gone on to star in countless film and TV projects since their introduction on the ’90s sitcom, the costars-turned-friends still recall their first time acting opposite each other. Speaking with Access in a recent interview , Witherspoon and Aniston were tasked with remembering fashion flashback photos of them snapped throughout the years, including when their Friends characters sat face-to-face on the Central Perk couch. “Is this where you say the line that you love so much?” asked Aniston, who starred as Rachel Green. “This is, well, we can say the line,” replied Witherspoon, 43. “Do you remember your line?” Although Aniston, 50, was stumped in remembering the script, Witherspoon reminded her of her line through a whisper in the ear. RELATED: Inside Jennifer Garner and Reese Witherspoon’s Sweet and Supportive Friendship “I say, ‘You can’t have Ross,’ ” said Aniston, reenacting Rachel. Portraying Jill, Witherspoon replied, “Can’t have? Can’t have? The only thing I can’t have is dairy.” Earlier this month, Witherspoon opened up about meeting Aniston in an interview by Natalie Portman for the November cover of Harper’s BAZAAR . “We met on the set of Friends; I played her sister. I was 23 years old and had just had a baby,” Witherspoon said . “I was nursing Ava on set, and Jen just kept going, ‘You have a baby?’ I was like, ‘I know, it’s weird.’” RELATED VIDEO: Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell and Reese Witherspoon Star in First Trailer for ‘The Morning Show’ Witherspoon continued, “I remember her being like, ‘Where are you going?’ And I was like, ‘I’m pumping!’” The Big Little Lies actress couldn’t help but gush about Aniston, saying, “She was so sweet to me.” “I was really nervous, and she was like, ‘Oh, my gosh — don’t worry about it!’ I marveled at her ability to perform in front of a live audience like that with no nerves. They would change all the lines and she was just so effortlessly affable, bubbly, and sunny.” Witherspoon added, “We’ve been friends ever since.” RELATED: Jennifer Aniston Is Back on TV! Why She Waited 15 Years to Return to the Small Screen They also gushed about each other in an interview with PEOPLE Now. “You are one of the most generous, loving people who has the most loyal, devoted friendships. You are hard-working, you are detail-oriented, you don’t suffer fools, you know exactly what you want, and you do it elegantly and with grace,” Witherspoon told her. “You are one of the most generous, kind, loving, thoughtful, concerned partners in crime, friends, one of the hardest-working women I have ever, ever encountered, and on top of it you have three stunning children and you have a life that is large and you do it with grace and elegance, and it inspires me and I know it inspires so many other women,” Aniston replied. RELATED VIDEO: Watch Jennifer Aniston & Reese Witherspoon Fangirl Over Each Other for One Minute Straight Now, the two actresses can be seen together once again in their upcoming Apple+ series The Morning Show, in which they portray two journalists experiencing the fallout of a male anchor’s #MeToo allegations. The Morning Show marks Aniston and Steve Carell’s respective returns to TV since the wraps of their massively successful TV sitcoms for NBC, Friends and The Office. The Morning Show will debut on Apple TV+ this fall. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

UK Brexit showdown: What you need to know about Saturday's vote

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18.10.2019 20:42
Al Jazeera English
Brexit showdown What need know about Saturday vote

The United Kingdom's deeply-divided parliament is readying to decide on the revised Brexit deal brokered between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the European Union. Saturday's vote in the 650-seat House of Commons is expected to be knife-edge close and comes less than two weeks before the UK is scheduled to depart the bloc on October 31. If he wins, Johnson will have delivered Brexit, as he has repeatedly pledged to do since taking office in July. If he loses, however, the UK's years-long political drama over its decision to quit the EU in a 2016 referendum will once again kick into overdrive Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from Westminster. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: https://www.aljazeera.com/ #AlJazeeraEnglish #Brexit Číst dále >>>

California Further Expands Red Flag Laws

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A new California law will allow employers, co-workers and teachers to seek “gun violence restraining orders” against anyone they suspect may pose a risk of harm to themselves or others. Gov. Gavin Newsom on Oct. 11 signed 15 gun-related bills that expand California’s “red flag” laws, making the state’s gun control laws the most restrictive […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Income Inequality Has Soared While Taxes Have Become Dramatically Less Progressive . . . or Not

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Income Inequality Has Soared While Taxes Have Become Dramatically Less Progressive . . . or Not The truth gets its boots on pretty quickly in the Internet age. On October 6, the New York Times ran a piece broadcasting the striking claims made by the economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman in the new book The Triumph of Injustice. Just a couple of weeks later, it’s clear that these claims are built atop a foundation of often questionable and sometimes indefensible assumptions.Per Saez and Zucman, while the rich have been pulling in more and more of the nation’s income — grabbing about a fifth of it now, double what they got a few decades back — they’re paying lower and lower tax rates. Indeed, in 2018, the richest 400 Americans paid the lowest overall tax rate (including state, local, and federal taxes) of any income group. While the very richest Americans in 1950 paid two-thirds of their income in taxes, in 2018 it was down below a quarter; even the full top 0.1 percent barely pay more than the bottom 90 percent these days. It’s not that much of an exaggeration to say we have a flat tax system, not a progressive one.The debunkings came from everywhere: a Twitter thread by Journal of Public Economics editor Wojtek Kopczuk, an article by the economic historian Phil Magness, an academic response from the economist David Splinter, a report from the Republican side of the Senate’s Joint Economic Committee (JEC), a traditional book review in Le Grand Continent, and more.Let’s take the two claims, rising inequality and rich people paying low tax rates, in turn. Both of these problems are probably overstated, in the latter case quite dramatically, in Saez and Zucman’s numbers. And I say “probably” only because no one writing about these trends should pretend that even the best estimates are much more than guesswork, and necessarily so, because the data here are spotty and there are legitimate disagreements over what should even count as income and tax payments.The alleged rise of income inequality was recently the focus of some congressional hearings about the government’s plan to start reporting more data on the topic, as well as an extensive but readable summary of the academic literature from the JEC Republicans. You might think this would be an easy question to answer, whether the rich are pulling away from the rest of us, because the IRS can tell you how much income people report to the government. But — I hope you’re sitting down — not all income is reported to the government. And that’s only the first big obstacle to measuring inequality accurately.We know from the “national accounts,” the data we use to monitor overall economic activity, approximately how much money goes unreported overall. But to account for the missing money while measuring inequality, we need to know how much unreported income goes specifically to the rich versus the poor, and that is hard to do. Splinter, for example, argues that Saez and Zucman use a method that gives too much of this income to the rich; Splinter’s own approach relies on data from IRS audits and gives more of it to folks down the income scale.If your eyes are glazing over, I have bad news: As the JEC report details, this is only the first of many technical decisions researchers must make that affect the results. Should we worry about income inequality before or after taxes are taken out? Should we include governmental transfers as income? Should we analyze married couples together or separately, bearing in mind the decline of marriage in recent decades, especially among the poor? How to handle corporate profits that are retained rather than given out to shareholders? How to handle stocks that have grown in value but have not been sold?The JEC report provides a remarkable buffet of options to anyone wanting to find a study to cite in favor of a preferred narrative, with the general pattern being that Saez and Zucman’s work is on the high end. By all accounts, pre-tax income has become more concentrated at the top, though this trend is more dramatic in some estimates than others. But the share of post-tax income going to the top 1 percent may have risen only from 7.2 to 8.5 percent from 1979 to 2015.If it’s hard to tell how much money people make, it’s even harder to calculate their total tax rates, which requires you to know not only their income but also their payments to several levels of government. Once again the IRS is very helpful when it comes to what’s reported to the federal government, but then you also have to estimate Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Income Inequality Has Soared While Taxes Have Become Dramatically Less Progressive . . . or Not

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Income Inequality Has Soared While Taxes Have Become Dramatically Less Progressive . . . or Not The truth gets its boots on pretty quickly in the Internet age. On October 6, the New York Times ran a piece broadcasting the striking claims made by the economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman in the new book The Triumph of Injustice. Just a couple of weeks later, it’s clear that these claims are built atop a foundation of often questionable and sometimes indefensible assumptions.Per Saez and Zucman, while the rich have been pulling in more and more of the nation’s income — grabbing about a fifth of it now, double what they got a few decades back — they’re paying lower and lower tax rates. Indeed, in 2018, the richest 400 Americans paid the lowest overall tax rate (including state, local, and federal taxes) of any income group. While the very richest Americans in 1950 paid two-thirds of their income in taxes, in 2018 it was down below a quarter; even the full top 0.1 percent barely pay more than the bottom 90 percent these days. It’s not that much of an exaggeration to say we have a flat tax system, not a progressive one.The debunkings came from everywhere: a Twitter thread by Journal of Public Economics editor Wojtek Kopczuk, an article by the economic historian Phil Magness, an academic response from the economist David Splinter, a report from the Republican side of the Senate’s Joint Economic Committee (JEC), a traditional book review in Le Grand Continent, and more.Let’s take the two claims, rising inequality and rich people paying low tax rates, in turn. Both of these problems are probably overstated, in the latter case quite dramatically, in Saez and Zucman’s numbers. And I say “probably” only because no one writing about these trends should pretend that even the best estimates are much more than guesswork, and necessarily so, because the data here are spotty and there are legitimate disagreements over what should even count as income and tax payments.The alleged rise of income inequality was recently the focus of some congressional hearings about the government’s plan to start reporting more data on the topic, as well as an extensive but readable summary of the academic literature from the JEC Republicans. You might think this would be an easy question to answer, whether the rich are pulling away from the rest of us, because the IRS can tell you how much income people report to the government. But — I hope you’re sitting down — not all income is reported to the government. And that’s only the first big obstacle to measuring inequality accurately.We know from the “national accounts,” the data we use to monitor overall economic activity, approximately how much money goes unreported overall. But to account for the missing money while measuring inequality, we need to know how much unreported income goes specifically to the rich versus the poor, and that is hard to do. Splinter, for example, argues that Saez and Zucman use a method that gives too much of this income to the rich; Splinter’s own approach relies on data from IRS audits and gives more of it to folks down the income scale.If your eyes are glazing over, I have bad news: As the JEC report details, this is only the first of many technical decisions researchers must make that affect the results. Should we worry about income inequality before or after taxes are taken out? Should we include governmental transfers as income? Should we analyze married couples together or separately, bearing in mind the decline of marriage in recent decades, especially among the poor? How to handle corporate profits that are retained rather than given out to shareholders? How to handle stocks that have grown in value but have not been sold?The JEC report provides a remarkable buffet of options to anyone wanting to find a study to cite in favor of a preferred narrative, with the general pattern being that Saez and Zucman’s work is on the high end. By all accounts, pre-tax income has become more concentrated at the top, though this trend is more dramatic in some estimates than others. But the share of post-tax income going to the top 1 percent may have risen only from 7.2 to 8.5 percent from 1979 to 2015.If it’s hard to tell how much money people make, it’s even harder to calculate their total tax rates, which requires you to know not only their income but also their payments to several levels of government. Once again the IRS is very helpful when it comes to what’s reported to the federal government, but then you also have to estimate Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Income Inequality Has Soared While Taxes Have Become Dramatically Less Progressive . . . or Not

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Income Inequality Has Soared While Taxes Have Become Dramatically Less Progressive . . . or Not The truth gets its boots on pretty quickly in the Internet age. On October 6, the New York Times ran a piece broadcasting the striking claims made by the economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman in the new book The Triumph of Injustice. Just a couple of weeks later, it’s clear that these claims are built atop a foundation of often questionable and sometimes indefensible assumptions.Per Saez and Zucman, while the rich have been pulling in more and more of the nation’s income — grabbing about a fifth of it now, double what they got a few decades back — they’re paying lower and lower tax rates. Indeed, in 2018, the richest 400 Americans paid the lowest overall tax rate (including state, local, and federal taxes) of any income group. While the very richest Americans in 1950 paid two-thirds of their income in taxes, in 2018 it was down below a quarter; even the full top 0.1 percent barely pay more than the bottom 90 percent these days. It’s not that much of an exaggeration to say we have a flat tax system, not a progressive one.The debunkings came from everywhere: a Twitter thread by Journal of Public Economics editor Wojtek Kopczuk, an article by the economic historian Phil Magness, an academic response from the economist David Splinter, a report from the Republican side of the Senate’s Joint Economic Committee (JEC), a traditional book review in Le Grand Continent, and more.Let’s take the two claims, rising inequality and rich people paying low tax rates, in turn. Both of these problems are probably overstated, in the latter case quite dramatically, in Saez and Zucman’s numbers. And I say “probably” only because no one writing about these trends should pretend that even the best estimates are much more than guesswork, and necessarily so, because the data here are spotty and there are legitimate disagreements over what should even count as income and tax payments.The alleged rise of income inequality was recently the focus of some congressional hearings about the government’s plan to start reporting more data on the topic, as well as an extensive but readable summary of the academic literature from the JEC Republicans. You might think this would be an easy question to answer, whether the rich are pulling away from the rest of us, because the IRS can tell you how much income people report to the government. But — I hope you’re sitting down — not all income is reported to the government. And that’s only the first big obstacle to measuring inequality accurately.We know from the “national accounts,” the data we use to monitor overall economic activity, approximately how much money goes unreported overall. But to account for the missing money while measuring inequality, we need to know how much unreported income goes specifically to the rich versus the poor, and that is hard to do. Splinter, for example, argues that Saez and Zucman use a method that gives too much of this income to the rich; Splinter’s own approach relies on data from IRS audits and gives more of it to folks down the income scale.If your eyes are glazing over, I have bad news: As the JEC report details, this is only the first of many technical decisions researchers must make that affect the results. Should we worry about income inequality before or after taxes are taken out? Should we include governmental transfers as income? Should we analyze married couples together or separately, bearing in mind the decline of marriage in recent decades, especially among the poor? How to handle corporate profits that are retained rather than given out to shareholders? How to handle stocks that have grown in value but have not been sold?The JEC report provides a remarkable buffet of options to anyone wanting to find a study to cite in favor of a preferred narrative, with the general pattern being that Saez and Zucman’s work is on the high end. By all accounts, pre-tax income has become more concentrated at the top, though this trend is more dramatic in some estimates than others. But the share of post-tax income going to the top 1 percent may have risen only from 7.2 to 8.5 percent from 1979 to 2015.If it’s hard to tell how much money people make, it’s even harder to calculate their total tax rates, which requires you to know not only their income but also their payments to several levels of government. Once again the IRS is very helpful when it comes to what’s reported to the federal government, but then you also have to estimate Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Income Inequality Has Soared While Taxes Have Become Dramatically Less Progressive . . . or Not

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Income Inequality Has Soared While Taxes Have Become Dramatically Less Progressive . . . or Not The truth gets its boots on pretty quickly in the Internet age. On October 6, the New York Times ran a piece broadcasting the striking claims made by the economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman in the new book The Triumph of Injustice. Just a couple of weeks later, it’s clear that these claims are built atop a foundation of often questionable and sometimes indefensible assumptions.Per Saez and Zucman, while the rich have been pulling in more and more of the nation’s income — grabbing about a fifth of it now, double what they got a few decades back — they’re paying lower and lower tax rates. Indeed, in 2018, the richest 400 Americans paid the lowest overall tax rate (including state, local, and federal taxes) of any income group. While the very richest Americans in 1950 paid two-thirds of their income in taxes, in 2018 it was down below a quarter; even the full top 0.1 percent barely pay more than the bottom 90 percent these days. It’s not that much of an exaggeration to say we have a flat tax system, not a progressive one.The debunkings came from everywhere: a Twitter thread by Journal of Public Economics editor Wojtek Kopczuk, an article by the economic historian Phil Magness, an academic response from the economist David Splinter, a report from the Republican side of the Senate’s Joint Economic Committee (JEC), a traditional book review in Le Grand Continent, and more.Let’s take the two claims, rising inequality and rich people paying low tax rates, in turn. Both of these problems are probably overstated, in the latter case quite dramatically, in Saez and Zucman’s numbers. And I say “probably” only because no one writing about these trends should pretend that even the best estimates are much more than guesswork, and necessarily so, because the data here are spotty and there are legitimate disagreements over what should even count as income and tax payments.The alleged rise of income inequality was recently the focus of some congressional hearings about the government’s plan to start reporting more data on the topic, as well as an extensive but readable summary of the academic literature from the JEC Republicans. You might think this would be an easy question to answer, whether the rich are pulling away from the rest of us, because the IRS can tell you how much income people report to the government. But — I hope you’re sitting down — not all income is reported to the government. And that’s only the first big obstacle to measuring inequality accurately.We know from the “national accounts,” the data we use to monitor overall economic activity, approximately how much money goes unreported overall. But to account for the missing money while measuring inequality, we need to know how much unreported income goes specifically to the rich versus the poor, and that is hard to do. Splinter, for example, argues that Saez and Zucman use a method that gives too much of this income to the rich; Splinter’s own approach relies on data from IRS audits and gives more of it to folks down the income scale.If your eyes are glazing over, I have bad news: As the JEC report details, this is only the first of many technical decisions researchers must make that affect the results. Should we worry about income inequality before or after taxes are taken out? Should we include governmental transfers as income? Should we analyze married couples together or separately, bearing in mind the decline of marriage in recent decades, especially among the poor? How to handle corporate profits that are retained rather than given out to shareholders? How to handle stocks that have grown in value but have not been sold?The JEC report provides a remarkable buffet of options to anyone wanting to find a study to cite in favor of a preferred narrative, with the general pattern being that Saez and Zucman’s work is on the high end. By all accounts, pre-tax income has become more concentrated at the top, though this trend is more dramatic in some estimates than others. But the share of post-tax income going to the top 1 percent may have risen only from 7.2 to 8.5 percent from 1979 to 2015.If it’s hard to tell how much money people make, it’s even harder to calculate their total tax rates, which requires you to know not only their income but also their payments to several levels of government. Once again the IRS is very helpful when it comes to what’s reported to the federal government, but then you also have to estimate Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 8. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 08.11.2016, 11:57

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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Tomio Okamura

Tomio Okamura: Ministr Hamáček hájí nepřizpůsobivé migranty.

Tomio Okamura 18.10.2019, 15:01

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Tomio Okamura: ČSSD podporuje migrační centra v ČR!

Tomio Okamura 18.10.2019, 14:07

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Tomio Okamura: Zoufalá ČSSD kope na všechny strany.

Tomio Okamura 18.10.2019, 10:04

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Tomio Okamura: Komu slouží vaše vláda, pane premiére?

Tomio Okamura 18.10.2019, 09:39

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Tomio Okamura: ČT záměrně tají negativní informace o svém hospodaření.

Tomio Okamura 17.10.2019, 20:14

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REPORTÉŘI ČT - Kutilova M., Klicperova L. - Mezi migranty v Libyi

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StarDance jede za Vámi! Flashmob

Česká televize 13.09.2019, 13:45

Doražte na jednu z našich událostí StarDance do Ostravy, Brna, či Hradce Králové a zúčastněte se tak naprosto originálního flashmobu. Jak se na něj připravit naleznete ve videu. 🕺 Odkazy na jednotlivé akce: ▶️27. 9. Ostrava https://www.facebook.com/events/714784212339612/ ▶️28. 9. Brno https://www.facebook.com/events/694771571022939/ ▶️29. 9. Hradec Králové https://www.facebook.com/events/382608159357237/
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REPORTÉŘI ČT - Proč věří návštěvníci Čapího hnízda premiérovi

Česká televize 12.09.2019, 10:01

Anketa pořadu Reprotéři ČT s návštěvníky Čapího hnízda. Celý díl pořadu Reportéři ČT sledujte na iVysilani a nebo zde v odkazech. https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/1142743803-reporteri-ct/219452801240026/video/718068 https://www.facebook.com/reporterict/videos/2262678957192058/ Sledujet nás na našich sociálních sítích: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/reporterict/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/reporterict WEB: https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/reporterict #teaser #babis #navstevnici #capihnizdo
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Reportéři ČT - Fiala M., Paclíková A. - Horká planeta

Česká televize 10.09.2019, 11:05

REPORTÉŘI ČT - Paclíková A., Srnka V. - V rybníčku pana kancléře

Česká televize 04.09.2019, 14:57

REPORTÉŘI ČT - Paclíková A., Srnka V. - Příběh jednoho podnámu

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REPORTÉŘI ČT - Vondráček David - Vy tanky, my branky

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REPORTÉŘI ČT - Vondráček David - Dědečci

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Česká politická scéna jako na dlani

Karel Sýs: Sbohem, náš krásný plameni…

19.03.2018, 14:55

Když Zdeněk Mahler v roce 2011 přebíral Cenu Unie českých spisovatelů za celoživotní dílo, nebylo jeho dílo ani zdaleka uzavřeno. Přívlastek „celoživotní“ spíše znamenal, že tento spisovatel zůstával po celý život věrný heslu „Pravda vítězí“, ač si byl vědom s jedním českým básníkem, že „Pravda někdy vítězí“. A opravdu – i Mahlerova pravda vítězila jen někdy, vždyť je nám dáno žít v Čechách, kde je sice pravda vyšita na prezidentské vlajce, ale záleží na větrech, na kterou stranu se stočí. Ostatně prezidentská vlajka už dávno není, co bývala, lze ji rozstříhat a nahradit trenýrkami od hoven.
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Tomáš Krystlík: Březen 1939 - totální selhání česko-slovenské armády

16.03.2018, 15:41

Žádný článek, věnovaný výročí německé okupace českých zemí, nevěnuje pozornost naprostému selhání česko-slovenské armády 14. 3. 1939 a okolnostem konce republiky. Je líčen čistě jako německé bezpráví. Níže uvedené okolnosti však naznačují, že Češi v rozhodujících okamžicích selhávali.
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Petr Ježek: Drahoš nerozumí ekonomice ani politice

18.01.2018, 18:40

Konstatování, že nějaký člověk prokazuje svou nepoučenost v oblastech ekonomiky a politiky, by v průměru populace bylo patrně výrazem občanské nedospělosti. Vždyť i mezi hospodskými tématy tato dvě patří k nejčastějším, o tématech médií nemluvě. Zkrátka, my, Češi, jsme takoví hospodářskopolitičtí mudrlanti.
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Petice: Nerostné bohatství České republiky patří všem jejím občanům

06.10.2017, 11:44

Vyzýváme Poslaneckou sněmovnu PČR, aby přijala zákon, opravňující k těžbě českého lithia výlučně domácí podnik či podniky ve veřejném vlastnictví.
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Islám je nenávistná doktrína k ovládnutí světa. Hrozí vyhlazení Evropanů, řekl poslanec od Babiše a představil zásadní projekt „národní fronty“, který chystá proti imigraci

22.08.2017, 16:27

ROZHOVOR „Je to další otřesný důkaz selhání politiky multikulturalismu a celého toho šílenství s přijímáním migrantů, za kterým stojí paní Merkelová a další politici západní Evropy,“ říká o teroristickém útoku v Barceloně poslanec ANO Zdeněk Soukup. Varuje před ustupováním tlaku ze strany Evropské komise a před korektní politikou, která se podle něho bojí přiznat, že nejsme ve válce s radikálním islámem (islamismem), ale s islámem jako takovým.
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Dobrý člověk ještě žije

Vladimír Stwora 19.10.2019, 02:59

Svého času běžela ve světě kampaň „udělej aspoň jeden dobrý skutek za den“. Kampaň provázel příběh o řidiči, který u vjezdu na placenou dálnici při placení mýtného řekl: „Platím za sebe a dalších 10 vozidel za mnou.“ Možná těch vozidel bylo 15, to už si nepamatuji, ale příběh se prý opravdu stal. Šlo o hec, udělat náhodně a nečekaně dobrý skutek. Jen tak.
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Vyvrácení smyšlenky, že Putin a Netanjahu/Izrael spolupracují

The Saker 18.10.2019, 04:34

Nebude to analýza ani komentář. Ani nesympatizuji s tureckou vojenskou operací v severní Sýrii, ani jí nevyjadřuji podporu. A nebudu mluvit ani o legitimitě (či jeho nedostatku) hnutí za kurdskou nezávislost. Jen chci upozornit na řadu faktů a logických imperativů, které dle mého názoru odhalují skutečnou podstatu a vyvracejí dezinformační kampaň, jež má za cíl přesvědčit nás o tom, že Putin a Netanjahu si hrají do ruky, nebo ještě lépe, že Putin je loutkou Izraelců. Takže mějte toto na paměti a jdeme na to:
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Ještě "hrajeme" kartu lidských práv nebo už se může říkat pravda?

David Dvořák 17.10.2019, 01:20

Katalánci v báni na 12 a více let, v demokratických volbách zvolení členové EU parlamentu se nemohli dostavit a složit slib, protože by skončili za katrem taktéž. Náš spojenec a člen obranného spolku NATO útočí a páchá válečné zločiny na území sousedního státu. Ještě že máme tu Jourovou ... na místě je: "zase se mi chce zvracet".
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Ukrajina koupila od České republiky várku samohybných houfnic Hvozdik

Autor neuveden 17.10.2019, 01:10

Ukrajina koupila od České republiky další várku samohybných houfnic 2S1 Hvozdik. Tentokrát bylo zakoupeno celkem 16 plnohodnotných vozidel a také jejich části včetně věží s instalovanými děly. Tímto způsobem se Ukrajina snaží vyřešit problém spojený s vysokými ztrátami dělostřelectva během války v Donbasu.
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Grilování Jourové

David Dvořák 16.10.2019, 01:20

Agentuře Wild Duck [WD] se podařilo zajistit a přeložit přímý zápis „grilování“ naší EU občanky Jourové před jmenováním do své nové funkce hlídače pravdy, spravedlnosti a lásky.
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Reakce na dnešní rozhodnutí Ústavného soudu o (ne)zdanění církevních restitucí

JUDr. Norbert Naxera 16.10.2019, 01:10

Mezi ty rovnější patří podle dnešního nálezu zejména církve. Ústavní soud se zastal církví, že zákon o zdanění církevních restitucí je protiústavní. Rozhodnutí jsem nečetl, myslím, že ani nebylo zatím zveřejněno, ale podle toho, co vyšlo v médiích, bylo hlavním důvodem, že zákon je retroaktivní, že církevní restituce byly schváleny v roce 2013 a zákon o zdanění až o pět let později a existuje právní zásada, že zákony nepůsobí zpětně. Avšak Ústavní soud „zapomněl“ na jeden důležitý faktor: že je dlouhodobě ustáleným zvykem, že v daňových zákonech zákaz retroaktivity neplatí.
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Joe Biden „osobně obdržel od firmy Burisma 900 000 dolarů“, přiznal ukrajinský poslanec

Tyler Durden 15.10.2019, 01:10

Ukrajinský poslanec Andrij Derkach ve středu prozradil, že bývalý viceprezident Joe Biden obdržel od firmy Burisma Group 900 000 dolarů za aktivity spojené s lobbováním, přičemž se odvolal na materiály, související s vyšetřováním.
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Facebook cenzuruje vzpomínky na ty, kteří zahynuli na Donbasu

Autor neuveden 14.10.2019, 01:10

Sociální síť Facebook dospěl se svojí rusofobní politikou do absurdní roviny. Nyní uživatele blokuje dokonce za jejich lásku a vzpomínku, které jsou věnované „špatným lidem“. Po smrti známého doněckého snipera Andreje Kuckého (přezdívka „Houslista“), za příspěvek o něm, odstranili definitivně administrátoři Facebooku profily jeho blízkých a přátel bez jakéhokoliv práva na obnovení. Nejdříve byl odstraněn profil válečné korespondentky Jekatěriny Katiny, Andrejovy manželky. Potom Facebook odstranil také profil básnířky a bývalé manželky „Houslisty“, Anny Dolgarevové, za báseň o zemřelém sniperovi, bez objasnění příčin a práva na odvolání.
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