At a time when national political affairs are having an immediate and profound impact on communities across the country, Scripps has decided to enhance its investigative reporting in the nation capital and expand the reach and resources of political reporting brand DecodeDC, which it has acquired. Bureau, which for many years served newspapers exclusively, will be reconfigured to be a leading investigative storyteller on all the Scripps owned media platforms television, digital and print.The company also has reached an agreement with McClatchy Tribune Information Services (MCT) to take on the clients and a select group of contributors to Scripps Howard News Service. Scripps will no longer offer syndication services and will close its wire service at the end of the year.
La Wanda was born in Ardmore October 12, 1956. She was the youngest child born to Elizabeth and Maceo Anderson. Growing up in Ardmore, she graduated from Ardmore High School with the class of 1974. Savage is not putting the money to proper use so they commit her at The Cloisters. Mrs. Savage, who is actually quite sane, sends her three gold digging stepchildren on a wild goose chase to find the bonds, only to later reveal that she has had them stashed inside of her treasured teddy bear the entire time.
It a pertinent question whether it would been possible to help practically every girl and woman from Afghanistan emigrate so she could attend school and live outside national boundaries. Realistically, it doubtful now, but my larger point is this: does tribalism have a future if there are no women available to perform the necessary labor of reproduction? Is Afghan (such as it exists) meaningful if no women are around to literally repopulate the notion? I obviously not an expert in development policy, Afghan history or culture, or military/security issues, but my gut sense is that yes, if bringing aid to Afghanistan endangers humanitarians who administer it, then maybe the solution is to bring as many women/girls/young people out of the country into areas where they can live and study safely. (Perhaps to Turkey?) Creating a temporary female diaspora of Afghans puts the ball back into the court of male Afghans is unending warlordism in a militaryless vacuum (one in which billions of US dollars stop appearing no more being magicked away by corrupt “leaders” into private coffers) meaningful? Without women to oppress, what would the Taliban do? Without the firehose of American cash to feed profiteering and the daily presence of American troops to stoke insurgent recruiting, what will the Taliban or its alliance with Al Qaeda mean for everyday Afghans?.