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TOMORROW (10/22 5pm) Exec Speaker Series: CEO of Zenefits Jay Fulcher

2020.10.22 02:57 suhailj25 TOMORROW (10/22 5pm) Exec Speaker Series: CEO of Zenefits Jay Fulcher

TOMORROW (10/22 5pm) Exec Speaker Series: CEO of Zenefits Jay Fulcher
Hi Everyone,
Vendition of SJSU would like to invite the San Jose State community to join us for this special event. We are excited to announce that on Thursday October 22nd at 5PM, Jay Fulcher, CEO of Zenefits & SJSU alumnus, will be returning to San Jose State University to join us for our biggest event yet.
Jay's track record is extraordinary. He has led both public and private technology companies including CEO of both Agile Software(acquired by Oracle for $495 million) and Ooyala(acquired by Telstra for $440 million) as well as leading senior executive roles at SAP, Red Pepper Software, and PeopleSoft, Inc. He has helped start and scale more than a dozen startups and has proven ability in leading high growth, high performance, high value businesses. Jay also serves as Board Member of the Global Leadership Council for San Jose State University's Lucas Graduate School and College of Business and as an advisor to several startups.
For this event, we have partnered with SJSU Marketing Association as Co-Hosts and will also be joined by Vendition Sales Society chapters from UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC Davis, San Diego State University, and Santa Clara University.
To join us for this event, please RSVP below!
https://mailchi.mp/7ddbbfe1b754/eventrsvp
Event Details:
Executive Speaker Series: Jay Fulcher
Hosts: Vendition of SJSU & SJSU Marketing Association
Date: Thursday, October 24th at 5 PM
Location: ZOOM

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2020.10.17 09:18 liph_vye BLM Victories List and Police/Prison Alternatives List

Hi I've been working on a list of BLM victories and of police and prison alternatives for my local organizers. I hope these can give y'all some inspiration and ideas for your own local fight too. Please let me know of anything else that should be added to the lists.

BLM Victories List

Police and Prisons Alternatives List

Mental Health Crises:
Homelessness:
Drug Abuse:
Sex Work:
Crime:
Police in Schools (School Discipline):
Other:
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2020.10.17 09:00 SteamedSpy4 [EVENT] The Grand Fleet

As the Phoenix’s reach continues to grow, so too must the Laurentian Navy, as the main shield and striking arm of the continent. With Canada acceding to the union and Mexico a closer partner than ever, more resources are required to maintain Laurentia’s stature. Accordingly, two new fleets will be stood up to fulfill this requirement. VII Fleet, “Seawolves,” will take over the North Atlantic area of responsibility, based out of the Canadian fleet complexes at Halifax and St Johns. VIII Fleet, “Sun Kings,” will take over the South Pacific area of responsibility, based out of expanded naval docks at Manzanillo and new facilities in Guaymas. As usual, each fleet will be comprised of two Carrier Battle Groups, each in turn comprised of one Carrier Strike Group and one Surface Action Group.
Several overdue reorganizations will be conducted during the expansion process. III Fleet will take ownership of IV Fleet’s Japanese fleet facilities, while IV Fleet will take ownership of III Fleet’s Indian fleet facilities. No actual movement of forces will be involved; the reorganization will simply rationalize the areas of responsibility for the two Pacific forward fleets, as IV Fleet is currently in the middle of the two halves of III Fleet.
The more significant change, the redesignation of the carrier fleet will officially recognize the leaders of Laurentia, emphasizing national identity above the false divisions of the successor era. The aircraft carrier fleet of Laurentia will be renamed as follows:
Additionally, capital ships for VII Fleet and VIII Fleet will be newly commissioned, comprising four Gerald R Ford-class Flight III aircraft carriers, the design of all new-build ships featuring Mk67 CIWS and A2W fusion reactors, designated:
Four new Indianapolis-class battlecruisers will also be commissioned to head the new Surface Action Groups, designated:
New escort vessels for this fleet will comprise sixteen Spencer Stone-class Flight III missile cruisers and sixteen Mauna Kea-class Flight II destroyers with the Mk66 Mod 2 LCIWS, plus the requisite Mk62 and Mk63 USVs, two of the missile variant attached to each cruiser and battlecruiser and two of the ASW variant attached to each destroyer. 56 SV10R Skuas and 48 ST11C Fire Scouts will fill out the aviation component. The aircraft carriers and the bulk of the escorts are expected to be delivered across four years, from 2049 to 2053, while the new battlecruisers will arrive in 2053 and 2054.
Last but certainly not least, a new production run of 30 San Diego-class attack submarines will, finally, bring the Laurentian Navy’s subsurface force up to par with the pre-breakup USN.
Group Vessels Base
I Fleet “Grey Knights” NB San Diego
CSG-1 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea NB San Diego
CSG-2 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea NB Kitsap
SAG-1 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea NB San Diego
SAG-2 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea NB Kitsap
ESRON-1 2x Santa Catalina, 4x San Antonio NB San Diego
ESRON-2 2x Santa Catalina, 4x San Antonio NB San Diego
SUBRON-1 3x Virginia Flight II/III NB Bangor
SUBRON-2 3x Virginia Flight II/III NB Point Loma
SUBRON-3 3x San Diego NB Bangor
SUBRON-4 3x San Diego NB Point Loma
SUBRON-5 3x San Diego NB Bangor
II Fleet “Minutemen” NS Norfolk
CSG-3 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea NS Norfolk
CSG-4 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea NS Norfolk
SAG-3 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea NS Norfolk
SAG-4 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea NS Norfolk
ESG-1 2x Santa Catalina, 4x San Antonio, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 4x Mauna Kea MCB Quantico
ESRON-3 2x Santa Catalina, 4x San Antonio MCB Quantico
SUBRON-6 3x Virginia Flight II/III NB King’s Bay
SUBRON-7 3x Virginia Flight II/III NB King’s Bay
SUBRON-8 4x Virginia Flight V NB King’s Bay
SUBRON-9 3x San Diego NB King’s Bay
SUBRON-10 3x San Diego NB King’s Bay
SUBRON-11 3x San Diego NB King’s Bay
III Fleet “Sundowners” JB Pearl Harbor
CSG-5 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea JB Pearl Harbor
CSG-6 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea CFA Yokosuka (Japan)
SAG-5 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea JB Pearl Harbor
SAG-6 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea CFA Yokosuka (Japan)
ESG-2 2x Santa Catalina, 4x San Antonio, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 4x Mauna Kea MCB Kanoehe Bay
SUBRON-12 3x Virginia Flight II/III JB Pearl Harbor
SUBRON-13 3x San Diego JB Pearl Harbor
IV Fleet “Vigilantes” JB Subic Bay (Philippines)
CSG-7 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea CFA Mumbai (India)
CSG-8 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea JB Subic Bay (Philippines)
SAG-7 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea CFA Mumbai (India)
SAG-8 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea JB Subic Bay (Philippines)
SUBRON-14 3x San Diego CFA Mumbai (India)
SUBRON-15 3x San Diego CFA Mumbai (India)
V Fleet “Jolly Rogers” NS Mayport
CSG-9 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea NS Mayport
CSG-10 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea CFA Mocamedes (Angola)
SAG-9 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea NS Mayport
SAG-10 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea CFA Mocamedes (Angola)
ESRON-4 2x Santa Catalina, 4x San Antonio NS Mayport
VI Fleet “Windjammers” NSA Saratoga
CSG-11 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea NSA Saratoga
CSG-12 1x Ford Flight II, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea NSY Portsmouth
SAG-11 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea NSA Saratoga
SAG-12 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight II, 2x Mauna Kea NSY Portsmouth
SUBRON-13 3x San Diego NB Groton
SUBRON-14 3x San Diego NB Groton
SUBRON-15 3x San Diego NB Groton
VII Fleet “Seawolves” NB Halifax
CSG-13 1x Ford Flight III, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea Flight II NB Halifax
CSG-14 1x Ford Flight III, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea Flight II NB St Johns
SAG-13 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea Flight II NB Halifax
SAG-14 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea Flight II NB St Johns
SUBRON-16 3x San Diego NB St Johns
SUBRON-17 3x San Diego NB St Johns
SUBRON-18 3x San Diego NB St Johns
SUBRON-19 3x San Diego NB St Johns
SUBRON-20 3x San Diego NB St Johns
VIII Fleet “Sun Kings” CFA Manzanillo (Mexico)
CSG-15 1x Ford Flight III, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea Flight II CFA Manzanillo (Mexico)
CSG-16 1x Ford Flight III, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea Flight II CFA Guaymas (Mexico)
SAG-15 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea Flight II CFA Manzanillo (Mexico)
SAG-16 1x Indianapolis, 2x Spencer Stone Flight III, 2x Mauna Kea Flight II CFA Guaymas (Mexico)
SUBRON-21 3x San Diego CFA Manzanillo (Mexico)
SUBRON-22 3x San Diego CFA Manzanillo (Mexico)
SUBRON-23 3x San Diego CFA Guaymas (Mexico)
SUBRON-24 3x San Diego CFA Guaymas (Mexico)
SUBRON-25 3x San Diego CFA Guaymas (Mexico)
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2020.10.17 04:03 1003mistakes Weighing Bay Area Options

Hello all,
I know this is the time these posts get made ad infinitum so I apologize for adding another on the pile. I wanted to see if I could get any takes on the internship offers I'm looking at right now. I currently have Deloitte audit in SF and KPMG audit in Santa Clara. My overall plan is to hopefully end up in an industry that I can grow along with so I've been thinking fintech. I know SF is more finance and Santa Clara is more tech but from what I've been told, fintech kind of pulls from both industries.
For Deloitte, the pay is ever so slightly higher but SF is also more expensive. They're also the larger firm and I am sure have more opportunities within as a result.
For KPMG, there seems to be a negative reputation but I don't know if that is just because of the few high profile issues they've had recently. I also had a partner specifically request for my application to be changed from SF to Santa Clara so that I would be within their practice so that kind of support from a partner seems invaluable.

I haven't started looking into benefits but my plan is to stick with wherever I end up for awhile so that's definitely a factor as well. If anyone has any experience with these offices or advice based on my plans, I would greatly appreciate it.
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2020.10.16 14:45 boinabbc [HIRING] Principal Machine Learning Infrastructure Software Engineer (IoT Security) at Palo Alto Networks in Santa Clara, CA

Palo Alto Networks is searching for a Principal Machine Learning Infrastructure Software Engineer (IoT Security) in Santa Clara, CA with the following main skill: Machine Learning
Company Description Our Mission At Palo Alto Networks® everything starts and ends with our mission: Being the cybersecurity partner of choice, protecting our digital way of life.We have the vision of a world... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe666607/principal-machine-learning-infrastructure-software-engineer--iot-security--palo-alto-networks
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2020.10.16 14:45 boinabbc [HIRING] Principal Machine Learning Infrastructure Software Engineer (IoT Security) at Palo Alto Networks in Santa Clara, CA

Palo Alto Networks is searching for a Principal Machine Learning Infrastructure Software Engineer (IoT Security) in Santa Clara, CA with the following main skill: Machine Learning
Company Description Our Mission At Palo Alto Networks® everything starts and ends with our mission: Being the cybersecurity partner of choice, protecting our digital way of life.We have the vision of a world... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe666607/principal-machine-learning-infrastructure-software-engineer--iot-security--palo-alto-networks
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2020.10.12 06:37 MoreCoffeeMoreCoffee Measure S - Voting NO - Santa Clara Valley Water District

Saw today that I received a mailer last week encouraging me to vote yes for Measure S to "Provide safe, clean water without raising taxes."
Automatically, the language put me on-guard. Looking through the total four printed pages, it never does mention any of the language in the bill or how they will achieve this without raising taxes.
Fortunately, it's pretty easy to google and find this which seems to do a pretty good job of summarizing things.
There is one single thing that I like about this measure and that is that it is less regressive by charging based on size of parcel instead of treating all of them the same.
Here is why I'm voting NO and encouraging you to do the same:
A substantial portion of the program is also set aside for homeless encampment cleanups, which benefit quality of life in surrounding low-income neighborhoods but are disruptive to the people living in the camps. Valley Water has made an effort to partner with organizations, community representatives and unhoused people to mitigate the negative impacts of cleanups on camp residents to the extent possible.
Whether you do or don't agree with kicking the homeless out of the only homes they have, who wants to be told they're voting for clean water only to learn that it's being used for a completely unrelated purpose?
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2020.10.10 23:37 Cryptolexicon Men, Courts, and the Persky Effect: Men are at the Mercy of Judges who are Intimidated by the Feminist Mob.

Men, Courts, and the Persky Effect: Men are at the Mercy of Judges who are Intimidated by the Feminist Mob.

Feminists control judges and control the Court by intimidating anyone who deviates from Feminist Judicial practice and Feminist Extra-Judicial Dogma. Can our Courts dispense true Justice?
The Persky effect is the unwillingness of a judge to rule in a proper manner, fearing Feminist retaliation which will place his job security in jeopardy. Due process and the rule of Law are suborned to self-preservation and career protection.
__________
Judge Aaron Persky
In 2016, Aaron Persky, Superior Court Judge and former prosecutor, acting on the recommendation of the Santa Clara Probation Department, sentenced first time offender Brock Turner to six months in Jail and three years probation.
Turner had been convinced of three counts of sexual assault.
Feminists began protests outside of the Santa Clara courthouse chanting "Hey, hey, ho, ho, Judge Persky has got to go." (Louie, David (2016). Protest held against Judge Persky following Brock Turner's release. ABC7, Sep 02 2016., See also: Roberts, Michelle (2016). Protests continue in fight to recall Santa Clara County judge in Brock Turner case. NBC, Sep 02 2016.)
In response, Persky stated that "California Law requires every judge to consider rehabilitation and probation for first time offenders", adding that a judge cannot allow the opinions of others to factor in his decisions.
Furious feminists targeted Judge Persky, leading him to resign from his position on the criminal bench and return to hearing civil cases (Smith, Doug (2016). Judge in Stanford rape case asks for move to civil cases. Los Angeles Times, Aug 25 2016.)
**This wasn't enough - Feminists wanted permanent blood from Judge Persky, to send a clear message to judges who might think about deviating from feminist judicial practice and feminist extra-judicial dogma.*\*
More than a million signatures were obtained to place a recall vote on the June 05, 2018 ballot (August 02, 2016, CBS42, and, Associated Press (2017). Judge who gave Stanford rapist Brock Turner just six months in jail DEFENDS his decision in his first public statement. Daily Mail, Jul 01 2017.)
Judge Persky was recalled.
Ellen Kreitzberg, Law professor at Santa Clara University, describes the Persky intimidation tactic: it is meant to make judges "look over their shoulder" and "think twice" about issuing a controversial decision (Egelko, Bob (2018). Foes, backers of Judge Persky recall effort face off in debate. SFGate, Apr 20 2018.)
The contrast between the Persky case and other cases where the sex abuser was female reveals three absolute rules of Feminist judicial practice:
  1. If the defendant is male be maximally harsh on him.
  2. If the defendant is female be maximally lenient on her.
  3. If you do not obey these rules, we will destroy you.
..........
Side Note:
Where were the Feminists when Elaine Goodman, 46, pleaded guilty to raping a 13 year old boy: "He is so cute with a nice ass body." She was only given probation (Seamons, Kate (2017). Women raped boy, 13, with 'nice body,' gets probation. Daily Mail, Jan 13 2017.)
Where were they when Katy Perry kissed 19 year old Benjamin Glaze without notice or consent?(Enriquez, Justin (2018). 'I was saving it for someone special': American Idol contestant says Katy Perry stole his 'uncomfortable' first kiss. Daily Mail, Mar 14 2018). Or when she pulled down the pants of another male to show his genitals to others? (Dier, Arden (2019). 2 people accuse Katy Perry of sexual misconduct. Newser, Aug 16 2019.)
Where were they when Corine Audiat , 32, pleaded guilty to two felonies for having sex with a 16 year old male student? (Burke, Minyvonne (2018). Married gym teacher, 32, could AVOID jail for having sex with her student, 16, and sending him flirty text messages as part of a controversial plea deal. Daily Mail, Jan 04 2018.)
Joanne Elwel stalked her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend for seven months, sending disturbing and abusive email, online messages and Facebook communication. Elwel admitted guilt in exchange for zero prison time. Were there any protests at all? You can guess the answer. (Boyle, Darren (2018). Mother-of-three, 39, who stalked her ex-boyfriend's new partner by setting up a Facebook hate group which she even invited her to join is spared jail. Daily Mail, Apr 17 2018.)
Kelsey McCarter (Bonner, David (2017). Coach's wife pleads guilty to statutory rape of player. Opposing Views, Sep 25 2017.)
Brianne Altice (Konstantinides, Annetta (2017). Utah teacher who had sex with three underage male students SOBS as she seeks parole-blaming her actions on 'self-esteem issues.' Daily Mail, Jan 25 2017.)
Molly Shattuck (Duncan, Ian (2015). Ex-Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck pleads guilty to rape. June 16, 2015. Baltimore Sun, and, Richman, Talia (2017). Molly Shattuck completes her sentence of 48 weekends for Delaware rape case. Baltimore Sun, Sep 19 2017.)
Danielle Adams (Woman sentenced to 2 months in jail for sex abuse of teen at Hillsboro youth shelter. Fox 12, Jul 07 2017.)
Christine McCallum (Campbell, Andy (2012). Christine McCallum sentenced to 29 months for sex with 13-year-old student. Huffington Post, Mar 28 2012.)
So many others.
Where was the outrage over these lenient sentences?
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2020.10.09 12:09 SpringCorp0 American Precision Spring Corp.

American Precision Spring Corp.

https://reddit.com/link/j7wbg7/video/50uizrk5n1s51/player
Contact Address: 1513 Arbuckle Court Santa Clara, California 95054 Phone: (408) 986-1020 Website URL https://americanprecspring.com Owner Name:
Gladys Calvillo
Email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Fax: (408) 986-1012
About US American Precision Spring Corporation has provided customers worldwide with custom precision springs and metal parts since 1979. We manufacture component parts for a variety of industries, including aerospace, computing, electronic instruments, and medical equipment. A successful, fast-growing company, we have recently doubled the size of our facility. With management personnel in place who have gained extensive product knowledge through team experience, and a stable workforce with years of reliable and dedicated performance (our average employee has been with us for almost ten years). American Precision Spring seeks to be your production partner for springs, wire forms, precision sheet metal forms, four slide,s and punch press parts.
Our number one goal is to be your best supplier. The entire staff is organized and directed toward serving you…our customer. You can depend upon us to provide a quotation, process an order, or verify delivery.
Related Searches Metal Stamping, Wire Forms, Four Slide / Punch Press, Precision Sheet Metal, Belleville Washers
Additional Details Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm Sat-Sun Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, Mastercard, American Express
Employees:
Gladys Calvillo
NhuHieu NGuyen
Margaret Dubisar
Year Established: 1979
Social Profiles:
https://www.facebook.com/AmericanPrecisionSpring
https://www.linkedin.com/company/american-precision-spring-corporation/about/
GMB Listing
https://goo.gl/maps/bU2VboDNWy5KLfUw9
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2020.10.08 05:44 SpringCorp0 American Precision Spring Corp.

Contact Address: 1513 Arbuckle Court Santa Clara, California 95054 Phone: (408) 986-1020 Website URL https://americanprecspring.com Owner Name:
Gladys Calvillo
Email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Fax: (408) 986-1012
About US American Precision Spring Corporation has provided customers worldwide with custom precision springs and metal parts since 1979. We manufacture component parts for a variety of industries, including aerospace, computing, electronic instruments, and medical equipment. A successful, fast-growing company, we have recently doubled the size of our facility. With management personnel in place who have gained extensive product knowledge through team experience, and a stable workforce with years of reliable and dedicated performance (our average employee has been with us for almost ten years). American Precision Spring seeks to be your production partner for springs, wire forms, precision sheet metal forms, four slide,s and punch press parts.
Our number one goal is to be your best supplier. The entire staff is organized and directed toward serving you…our customer. You can depend upon us to provide a quotation, process an order, or verify delivery.
Related Searches Metal Stamping, Wire Forms, Four Slide / Punch Press, Precision Sheet Metal, Belleville Washers
Additional Details Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm Sat-Sun Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, Mastercard, American Express
Employees:
Gladys Calvillo
NhuHieu NGuyen
Margaret Dubisar
Year Established: 1979
Social Profiles:
https://www.facebook.com/AmericanPrecisionSpring
https://www.linkedin.com/company/american-precision-spring-corporation/about/
GMB Listing
https://goo.gl/maps/bU2VboDNWy5KLfUw9
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2020.10.04 17:00 boinabbc [HIRING] Sr. Data Scientist - SFDC Pipeline Analytics at Palo Alto Networks in Santa Clara, CA

Palo Alto Networks is looking for a Sr. Data Scientist - SFDC Pipeline Analytics in Santa Clara, CA with the following skills: Modeling, Python, SQL
Company Description Our Mission At Palo Alto Networks®, everything starts and ends with our mission: Being the cybersecurity partner of choice, protecting our digital way of life.We have the vision of a world... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe828606/sr-data-scientist---sfdc-pipeline-analytics-palo-alto-networks
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2020.10.04 17:00 boinabbc [HIRING] Sr. Data Scientist - SFDC Pipeline Analytics at Palo Alto Networks in Santa Clara, CA

Palo Alto Networks is looking for a Sr. Data Scientist - SFDC Pipeline Analytics in Santa Clara, CA with the following skills: Modeling, Python, SQL
Company Description Our Mission At Palo Alto Networks®, everything starts and ends with our mission: Being the cybersecurity partner of choice, protecting our digital way of life.We have the vision of a world... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe828606/sr-data-scientist---sfdc-pipeline-analytics-palo-alto-networks
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2020.10.03 19:30 Veritas__Aequitas Hard truths: Knight of Malta Frank Fahrenkopf and Roman Catholic priest John L. Jenkins control the Presidential Debates - American ideology is a failure and is literally Jesuitism

The Knights of Malta/Sovereign Military Order of Malta is a crusading Order dating back to the year 1099. They are considered a sovereign entity under international law and hold observer status at the United Nations. There is no other organization on earth which is considered sovereign while lacking actual territory and nationhood. The SMOM is an extremely powerful Vatican knighthood working to enforce the temporal/political power of the Holy See, now controlled by the Jesuit Order (also a military Order) since 1814.
The Jesuits have used their university system in America to train the Catholic laity who enter into government and politics. The foremost of these universities is Georgetown University near Washington D.C. There, the Jesuits have created entire programs dedicated to pushing the democratic form of government modeled on America. This is because around the 1950s, the American democracy was determined to be the best vehicle by which the Jesuits can take and maintain control of nations. The most prominent Jesuit who was responsible for the adoption of this course of action was John Courtney Murray who worked with the CIA (also Catholic controlled) to spread Americanism.
The technical details are as follows: Jesuit Robert Bellermine's indirect theory of papal power was revived under Pius XI in the 1930s for the purpose of infiltrating states using the Catholic Action movement comprised of the laity, especially in the intellectual sphere. The Catholic Action model of gaining political hegemony was promoted by powerful American Jesuit (CIA) John Courtney Murray who revised Bellermine's theory of indirect power; Bellermine having pushed the doctrines of equality taken up specifically by Thomas Jefferson. Murray was a leading advisor at the Vatican II conference which produced the document "Lumen gentium" calling on world action from the laity reflecting the earlier Catholic Action model. American democracy is the easiest politcal system for the church to control through this model, hence Murray's assistance to the CIA in spreading it. One may wish to view my recent video Commission on Presidential Debates: Catholic-Imposed Limitations in American Political Discourse which delves into this subject.
Now, The Commission on Presidential debates, founded and chaired by Jesuit Georgetown professor and Knight of Malta Frank Fahrenkopf is strictly governed so as to bar candidates outside of the two major politcal parties which uphold the standard American ideology the Jesuits seek to maintain and enforce throughout the world. Given the previous background on the Jesuits and American democracy, it is no surprise that Fahrenkopf was also a founder of the National Endowment for Democracy which has the goal of promoting democracy abroad.
The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) is a nonprofit corporation established in 1987 under the joint sponsorship of the Democratic and Republican political parties in the United States.[1][3] The CPD sponsors and produces debates for U.S. presidential and vice-presidential candidates and undertakes research and educational activities relating to the debates. It has run all of the presidential debates held since 1988. The commission's debates are sponsored by private contributions from foundations and corporations[4] as well as fees from hosting institutions.[5]
The commission's exclusion of third-party candidates from the debates has been the subject of controversy and legal challenges.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commission_on_Presidential_Debates
Biographical information on CPD top brass:
Frank J. Fahrenkopf Jr. is a Knight of Malta and was the master of the casino gambling industry having been the President and CEO of the American Gaming Association since its inception until his retirement in 2013. Fahrenkopf was chairman of the Republican National Committee longer than any person in the 20th century and he co-founded the Commission on Presidential Debates together with another Roman Catholic, Paul G. Kirk who was Fahrenkopf's counterpart as head of the Democratic National Committee. Fahrenkopf has been a professor at Jesuit Georgetown University and he was a founder of the National Endowment for Democracy, where he served as vice chairman and a board member from 1983 to 1993.
Additionally, Fahrenkopf serves as a board member of the International Republican Institute (IRI), which he founded in 1984. He served for many years as chairman of the Pacific Democrat Union and vice chairman of the International Democrat Union, a worldwide association of conservative political parties from the United States, Great Britain, France, Germany, Canada, Japan, Australia and 20 other nations. Fahrenkop also sits on the board of directors of six New York Stock Exchange public companies: First Republic Bank, Gabelli Equity Trust, Inc., Gabelli Utility Trust, Gabelli Global Multimedia Trust, Gabelli Dividend and Income Trust, and Gabelli Gold and Natural Resources. For many years, he was a member of the board of trustees of the National Judicial College, the ABA-sponsored judicial education center for federal and state judges; chairman of the Coalition for Justice, a group coordinating the ABA's initiatives to improve the American justice system; and chairman of the Legal Policy Advisory Board of The Washington Legal Foundation. He was a member of the Nevada State Board of Bar Examiners, president of the Washoe County Bar Association and vice president of the Nevada Trial Lawyers Association. His civic involvement includes service as chairman of the board of governors of the City Club of Washington, a member of the board of trustees of the E.L. Wiegand Foundation, and a member of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, The Economic Club of Washington and the Federal City Council. Fahrenkopf also served as a co-chairman of the Rivlin Commission, which investigated and reported on the government of the District of Columbia. He has been honored for his contributions, receiving the Junior Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Service Award in 1973, the Nevada Lung Association “Man of the Year” Award in 1983 and the National Humanitarian of the Year Award from the National Conference on Christians and Jews in 1985.
https://www.rnla.org/bio/BioDetail.asp?MemberID=496 http://iop.harvard.edu/fellows/frank-fahrenkopf https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_J._Fahrenkopf,_Jr.
The Notable Names Database lists Fahrenkopf's dossier as follows:
  • Professor: Georgetown University
  • Trustee, National Judicial College
  • Trustee, Culinary Institute of America
  • Trustee, University of Nevada (1994-2000)
  • American Gaming Association (1995-)
  • Hogan & Hartson Partner
  • Member of the Board of First Republic Bancorp, Inc.
  • Republican National Committee Chairman (1983-89)
  • Republican National Lawyers Association Board of Governors
  • American Bar Association
  • American Judicature Society
  • Burning Tree Country Club
  • Bush-Cheney '04
  • Economic Club of Washington, DC
  • Friends for Harry Reid
  • Friends of George Allen
  • Fund for a Free Market America
  • International Republican Institute
  • John McCain 2008
  • Knights of Malta
  • National Endowment for Democracy
  • National Restaurant Association
  • Republicans Abroad Advisory Committee
  • Tobacco Institute Lobbyist (1975)
  • US-Panama Business Council
  • Washington Legal Foundation
  • Young Republicans
  • State Bar of Nevada 1965
  • District of Columbia Bar 1984
http://www.nndb.com/people/434/000125059/
John L. Jenkins is a Roman Catholic priest and is President of the University of Notre Dame. Jenkins was Jesuit-educated at Santa Clara University. Jenkins has served on the Board of Directors for The Commission on Presidential Debates since 2011.
Kenneth Wallock is a co-chair of the Commission on Presidential Debates who, at the 10th Anniversary of Georgetown University's Masters Program in Democracy and Governance cited Jesuit Georgetown University as pioneering work in the field. Wallock is a Board member of Fahrenkopf's National Endowment for Democracy and is the Former president of the National Democratic Institute.
Kenneth Wollack has been actively involved in foreign affairs, journalism and politics over the past four decades. He served as the president of the National Democratic Institute (NDI), a nongovernmental organization dedicated to advancing democracy worldwide, and one of the NED’s four core institutes. Wollack retired from NDI in September 2018.
Mr. Wollack joined NDI in 1986 as executive vice president. The Institute’s board of directors, then chaired by former Vice President Walter Mondale, elected him president in March 1993.
Mr. Wollack traveled to more than 100 countries, many on multiple occasions, in every region of the world on behalf of the Institute’s democratic development programs.
Chaired by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright since 2001, the Institute maintains offices in more than 50 countries and works to support democratic elections, political parties, parliaments, civic engagement and women’s political empowerment. NDI was established as the result of a 1983 Act by the US Congress.
Before joining NDI, Mr. Wollack co-edited the Middle East Policy Survey, a Washington-based newsletter. He also wrote regularly on foreign affairs for the Los Angeles Times. From 1973 to 1980, he served as legislative director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
Mr. Wollack has been active in American politics, serving on the national staff of the McGovern presidential campaign in 1972. He graduated from Earlham College in Richmond, Ind., and was a senior fellow at UCLA’s School for Public Affairs.
He has testified on numerous occasions before congressional committees, appeared on national television and radio, and spoken before world affairs councils across the country. He has served on various task forces sponsored by the Brookings Institution, the United States Institute of Peace, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Center for U.S. Global Engagement, the Bipartisan Policy Center and the Atlantic Council. He was chairman of the U.S. Committee for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
Mr. Wollack is currently serving on the Board of the Commission on Presidential Debates, which has sponsored the presidential and vice-presidential debates since 1988, and as a member of the advisory committee for the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the George W. Bush Institute’s Advisory Council on Human Freedom.
https://www.ned.org/experts/kenneth-wollack/
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2020.10.03 18:19 Veritas__Aequitas American ideology is a failure and is literally Jesuitism; Knight of Malta Frank Fahrenkopf and Roman Catholic priest John L. Jenkins control the Presidential Debates

The Knights of Malta/Sovereign Military Order of Malta is a crusading Order dating back to the year 1099. They are considered a sovereign entity under international law and hold observer status at the United Nations. There is no other organization on earth which is considered sovereign while lacking actual territory and nationhood. The SMOM is an extremely powerful Vatican knighthood working to enforce the temporal/political power of the Holy See, now controlled by the Jesuit Order (also a military Order) since 1814.
The Jesuits have used their university system in America to train the Catholic laity who enter into government and politics. The foremost of these universities is Georgetown University near Washington D.C. There, the Jesuits have created entire programs dedicated to pushing the democratic form of government modeled on America. This is because around the 1950s, the American democracy was determined to be the best vehicle by which the Jesuits can take and maintain control of nations. The most prominent Jesuit who was responsible for the adoption of this course of action was John Courtney Murray who worked with the CIA (also Catholic controlled) to spread Americanism.
The technical details are as follows: Jesuit Robert Bellermine's indirect theory of papal power was revived under Pius XI in the 1930s for the purpose of infiltrating states using the Catholic Action movement comprised of the laity, especially in the intellectual sphere. The Catholic Action model of gaining political hegemony was promoted by powerful American Jesuit (CIA) John Courtney Murray who revised Bellermine's theory of indirect power; Bellermine having pushed the doctrines of equality taken up specifically by Thomas Jefferson. Murray was a leading advisor at the Vatican II conference which produced the document "Lumen gentium" calling on world action from the laity reflecting the earlier Catholic Action model. American democracy is the easiest politcal system for the church to control through this model, hence Murray's assistance to the CIA in spreading it. One may wish to view my recent video Commission on Presidential Debates: Catholic-Imposed Limitations in American Political Discourse which delves into this subject.
Now, The Commission on Presidential debates, founded and chaired by Jesuit Georgetown professor and Knight of Malta Frank Fahrenkopf is strictly governed so as to bar candidates outside of the two major politcal parties which uphold the standard American ideology the Jesuits seek to maintain and enforce throughout the world. Given the previous background on the Jesuits and American democracy, it is no surprise that Fahrenkopf was also a founder of the National Endowment for Democracy which has the goal of promoting democracy abroad.
The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) is a nonprofit corporation established in 1987 under the joint sponsorship of the Democratic and Republican political parties in the United States.[1][3] The CPD sponsors and produces debates for U.S. presidential and vice-presidential candidates and undertakes research and educational activities relating to the debates. It has run all of the presidential debates held since 1988. The commission's debates are sponsored by private contributions from foundations and corporations[4] as well as fees from hosting institutions.[5]
The commission's exclusion of third-party candidates from the debates has been the subject of controversy and legal challenges.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commission_on_Presidential_Debates
Biographical information on CPD top brass:
Frank J. Fahrenkopf Jr. is a Knight of Malta and was the master of the casino gambling industry having been the President and CEO of the American Gaming Association since its inception until his retirement in 2013. Fahrenkopf was chairman of the Republican National Committee longer than any person in the 20th century and he co-founded the Commission on Presidential Debates together with another Roman Catholic, Paul G. Kirk who was Fahrenkopf's counterpart as head of the Democratic National Committee. Fahrenkopf has been a professor at Jesuit Georgetown University and he was a founder of the National Endowment for Democracy, where he served as vice chairman and a board member from 1983 to 1993.
Additionally, Fahrenkopf serves as a board member of the International Republican Institute (IRI), which he founded in 1984. He served for many years as chairman of the Pacific Democrat Union and vice chairman of the International Democrat Union, a worldwide association of conservative political parties from the United States, Great Britain, France, Germany, Canada, Japan, Australia and 20 other nations. Fahrenkop also sits on the board of directors of six New York Stock Exchange public companies: First Republic Bank, Gabelli Equity Trust, Inc., Gabelli Utility Trust, Gabelli Global Multimedia Trust, Gabelli Dividend and Income Trust, and Gabelli Gold and Natural Resources. For many years, he was a member of the board of trustees of the National Judicial College, the ABA-sponsored judicial education center for federal and state judges; chairman of the Coalition for Justice, a group coordinating the ABA's initiatives to improve the American justice system; and chairman of the Legal Policy Advisory Board of The Washington Legal Foundation. He was a member of the Nevada State Board of Bar Examiners, president of the Washoe County Bar Association and vice president of the Nevada Trial Lawyers Association. His civic involvement includes service as chairman of the board of governors of the City Club of Washington, a member of the board of trustees of the E.L. Wiegand Foundation, and a member of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, The Economic Club of Washington and the Federal City Council. Fahrenkopf also served as a co-chairman of the Rivlin Commission, which investigated and reported on the government of the District of Columbia. He has been honored for his contributions, receiving the Junior Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Service Award in 1973, the Nevada Lung Association “Man of the Year” Award in 1983 and the National Humanitarian of the Year Award from the National Conference on Christians and Jews in 1985.
https://www.rnla.org/bio/BioDetail.asp?MemberID=496 http://iop.harvard.edu/fellows/frank-fahrenkopf https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_J._Fahrenkopf,_Jr.
The Notable Names Database lists Fahrenkopf's dossier as follows:
  • Professor: Georgetown University
  • Trustee, National Judicial College
  • Trustee, Culinary Institute of America
  • Trustee, University of Nevada (1994-2000)
  • American Gaming Association (1995-)
  • Hogan & Hartson Partner
  • Member of the Board of First Republic Bancorp, Inc.
  • Republican National Committee Chairman (1983-89)
  • Republican National Lawyers Association Board of Governors
  • American Bar Association
  • American Judicature Society
  • Burning Tree Country Club
  • Bush-Cheney '04
  • Economic Club of Washington, DC
  • Friends for Harry Reid
  • Friends of George Allen
  • Fund for a Free Market America
  • International Republican Institute
  • John McCain 2008
  • Knights of Malta
  • National Endowment for Democracy
  • National Restaurant Association
  • Republicans Abroad Advisory Committee
  • Tobacco Institute Lobbyist (1975)
  • US-Panama Business Council
  • Washington Legal Foundation
  • Young Republicans
  • State Bar of Nevada 1965
  • District of Columbia Bar 1984
http://www.nndb.com/people/434/000125059/
John L. Jenkins is a Roman Catholic priest and is President of the University of Notre Dame. Jenkins was Jesuit-educated at Santa Clara University. Jenkins has served on the Board of Directors for The Commission on Presidential Debates since 2011.
Kenneth Wallock is a co-chair of the Commission on Presidential Debates who, at the 10th Anniversary of Georgetown University's Masters Program in Democracy and Governance cited Jesuit Georgetown University as pioneering work in the field. Wallock is a Board member of Fahrenkopf's National Endowment for Democracy and is the Former president of the National Democratic Institute.
Kenneth Wollack has been actively involved in foreign affairs, journalism and politics over the past four decades. He served as the president of the National Democratic Institute (NDI), a nongovernmental organization dedicated to advancing democracy worldwide, and one of the NED’s four core institutes. Wollack retired from NDI in September 2018.
Mr. Wollack joined NDI in 1986 as executive vice president. The Institute’s board of directors, then chaired by former Vice President Walter Mondale, elected him president in March 1993.
Mr. Wollack traveled to more than 100 countries, many on multiple occasions, in every region of the world on behalf of the Institute’s democratic development programs.
Chaired by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright since 2001, the Institute maintains offices in more than 50 countries and works to support democratic elections, political parties, parliaments, civic engagement and women’s political empowerment. NDI was established as the result of a 1983 Act by the US Congress.
Before joining NDI, Mr. Wollack co-edited the Middle East Policy Survey, a Washington-based newsletter. He also wrote regularly on foreign affairs for the Los Angeles Times. From 1973 to 1980, he served as legislative director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
Mr. Wollack has been active in American politics, serving on the national staff of the McGovern presidential campaign in 1972. He graduated from Earlham College in Richmond, Ind., and was a senior fellow at UCLA’s School for Public Affairs.
He has testified on numerous occasions before congressional committees, appeared on national television and radio, and spoken before world affairs councils across the country. He has served on various task forces sponsored by the Brookings Institution, the United States Institute of Peace, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Center for U.S. Global Engagement, the Bipartisan Policy Center and the Atlantic Council. He was chairman of the U.S. Committee for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
Mr. Wollack is currently serving on the Board of the Commission on Presidential Debates, which has sponsored the presidential and vice-presidential debates since 1988, and as a member of the advisory committee for the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the George W. Bush Institute’s Advisory Council on Human Freedom.
https://www.ned.org/experts/kenneth-wollack/
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2020.10.03 18:07 Veritas__Aequitas Hard truths: Knight of Malta Frank Fahrenkopf and Roman Catholic priest John L. Jenkins control the Presidential Debates - American ideology is a failure and is literally Jesuitism

The Knights of Malta/Sovereign Military Order of Malta is a crusading Order dating back to the year 1099. They are considered a sovereign entity under international law and hold observer status at the United Nations. There is no other organization on earth which is considered sovereign while lacking actual territory and nationhood. The SMOM is an extremely powerful Vatican knighthood working to enforce the temporal/political power of the Holy See, now controlled by the Jesuit Order (also a military Order) since 1814.
The Jesuits have used their university system in America to train the Catholic laity who enter into government and politics. The foremost of these universities is Georgetown University near Washington D.C. There, the Jesuits have created entire programs dedicated to pushing the democratic form of government modeled on America. This is because around the 1950s, the American democracy was determined to be the best vehicle by which the Jesuits can take and maintain control of nations. The most prominent Jesuit who was responsible for the adoption of this course of action was John Courtney Murray who worked with the CIA (also Catholic controlled) to spread Americanism.
The technical details are as follows: Jesuit Robert Bellermine's indirect theory of papal power was revived under Pius XI in the 1930s for the purpose of infiltrating states using the Catholic Action movement comprised of the laity, especially in the intellectual sphere. The Catholic Action model of gaining political hegemony was promoted by powerful American Jesuit (CIA) John Courtney Murray who revised Bellermine's theory of indirect power; Bellermine having pushed the doctrines of equality taken up specifically by Thomas Jefferson. Murray was a leading advisor at the Vatican II conference which produced the document "Lumen gentium" calling on world action from the laity reflecting the earlier Catholic Action model. American democracy is the easiest politcal system for the church to control through this model, hence Murray's assistance to the CIA in spreading it. One may wish to view my recent video Commission on Presidential Debates: Catholic-Imposed Limitations in American Political Discourse which delves into this subject.
Now, The Commission on Presidential debates, founded and chaired by Jesuit Georgetown professor and Knight of Malta Frank Fahrenkopf is strictly governed so as to bar candidates outside of the two major politcal parties which uphold the standard American ideology the Jesuits seek to maintain and enforce throughout the world. Given the previous background on the Jesuits and American democracy, it is no surprise that Fahrenkopf was also a founder of the National Endowment for Democracy which has the goal of promoting democracy abroad.
The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) is a nonprofit corporation established in 1987 under the joint sponsorship of the Democratic and Republican political parties in the United States.[1][3] The CPD sponsors and produces debates for U.S. presidential and vice-presidential candidates and undertakes research and educational activities relating to the debates. It has run all of the presidential debates held since 1988. The commission's debates are sponsored by private contributions from foundations and corporations[4] as well as fees from hosting institutions.[5]
The commission's exclusion of third-party candidates from the debates has been the subject of controversy and legal challenges.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commission_on_Presidential_Debates
Biographical information on CPD top brass:
Frank J. Fahrenkopf Jr. is a Knight of Malta and was the master of the casino gambling industry having been the President and CEO of the American Gaming Association since its inception until his retirement in 2013. Fahrenkopf was chairman of the Republican National Committee longer than any person in the 20th century and he co-founded the Commission on Presidential Debates together with another Roman Catholic, Paul G. Kirk who was Fahrenkopf's counterpart as head of the Democratic National Committee. Fahrenkopf has been a professor at Jesuit Georgetown University and he was a founder of the National Endowment for Democracy, where he served as vice chairman and a board member from 1983 to 1993.
Additionally, Fahrenkopf serves as a board member of the International Republican Institute (IRI), which he founded in 1984. He served for many years as chairman of the Pacific Democrat Union and vice chairman of the International Democrat Union, a worldwide association of conservative political parties from the United States, Great Britain, France, Germany, Canada, Japan, Australia and 20 other nations. Fahrenkop also sits on the board of directors of six New York Stock Exchange public companies: First Republic Bank, Gabelli Equity Trust, Inc., Gabelli Utility Trust, Gabelli Global Multimedia Trust, Gabelli Dividend and Income Trust, and Gabelli Gold and Natural Resources. For many years, he was a member of the board of trustees of the National Judicial College, the ABA-sponsored judicial education center for federal and state judges; chairman of the Coalition for Justice, a group coordinating the ABA's initiatives to improve the American justice system; and chairman of the Legal Policy Advisory Board of The Washington Legal Foundation. He was a member of the Nevada State Board of Bar Examiners, president of the Washoe County Bar Association and vice president of the Nevada Trial Lawyers Association. His civic involvement includes service as chairman of the board of governors of the City Club of Washington, a member of the board of trustees of the E.L. Wiegand Foundation, and a member of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, The Economic Club of Washington and the Federal City Council. Fahrenkopf also served as a co-chairman of the Rivlin Commission, which investigated and reported on the government of the District of Columbia. He has been honored for his contributions, receiving the Junior Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Service Award in 1973, the Nevada Lung Association “Man of the Year” Award in 1983 and the National Humanitarian of the Year Award from the National Conference on Christians and Jews in 1985.
https://www.rnla.org/bio/BioDetail.asp?MemberID=496 http://iop.harvard.edu/fellows/frank-fahrenkopf https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_J._Fahrenkopf,_Jr.
The Notable Names Database lists Fahrenkopf's dossier as follows:
  • Professor: Georgetown University
  • Trustee, National Judicial College
  • Trustee, Culinary Institute of America
  • Trustee, University of Nevada (1994-2000)
  • American Gaming Association (1995-)
  • Hogan & Hartson Partner
  • Member of the Board of First Republic Bancorp, Inc.
  • Republican National Committee Chairman (1983-89)
  • Republican National Lawyers Association Board of Governors
  • American Bar Association
  • American Judicature Society
  • Burning Tree Country Club
  • Bush-Cheney '04
  • Economic Club of Washington, DC
  • Friends for Harry Reid
  • Friends of George Allen
  • Fund for a Free Market America
  • International Republican Institute
  • John McCain 2008
  • Knights of Malta
  • National Endowment for Democracy
  • National Restaurant Association
  • Republicans Abroad Advisory Committee
  • Tobacco Institute Lobbyist (1975)
  • US-Panama Business Council
  • Washington Legal Foundation
  • Young Republicans
  • State Bar of Nevada 1965
  • District of Columbia Bar 1984
http://www.nndb.com/people/434/000125059/
John L. Jenkins is a Roman Catholic priest and is President of the University of Notre Dame. Jenkins was Jesuit-educated at Santa Clara University. Jenkins has served on the Board of Directors for The Commission on Presidential Debates since 2011.
Kenneth Wallock is a co-chair of the Commission on Presidential Debates who, at the 10th Anniversary of Georgetown University's Masters Program in Democracy and Governance cited Jesuit Georgetown University as pioneering work in the field. Wallock is a Board member of Fahrenkopf's National Endowment for Democracy and is the Former president of the National Democratic Institute.
Kenneth Wollack has been actively involved in foreign affairs, journalism and politics over the past four decades. He served as the president of the National Democratic Institute (NDI), a nongovernmental organization dedicated to advancing democracy worldwide, and one of the NED’s four core institutes. Wollack retired from NDI in September 2018.
Mr. Wollack joined NDI in 1986 as executive vice president. The Institute’s board of directors, then chaired by former Vice President Walter Mondale, elected him president in March 1993.
Mr. Wollack traveled to more than 100 countries, many on multiple occasions, in every region of the world on behalf of the Institute’s democratic development programs.
Chaired by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright since 2001, the Institute maintains offices in more than 50 countries and works to support democratic elections, political parties, parliaments, civic engagement and women’s political empowerment. NDI was established as the result of a 1983 Act by the US Congress.
Before joining NDI, Mr. Wollack co-edited the Middle East Policy Survey, a Washington-based newsletter. He also wrote regularly on foreign affairs for the Los Angeles Times. From 1973 to 1980, he served as legislative director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
Mr. Wollack has been active in American politics, serving on the national staff of the McGovern presidential campaign in 1972. He graduated from Earlham College in Richmond, Ind., and was a senior fellow at UCLA’s School for Public Affairs.
He has testified on numerous occasions before congressional committees, appeared on national television and radio, and spoken before world affairs councils across the country. He has served on various task forces sponsored by the Brookings Institution, the United States Institute of Peace, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Center for U.S. Global Engagement, the Bipartisan Policy Center and the Atlantic Council. He was chairman of the U.S. Committee for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
Mr. Wollack is currently serving on the Board of the Commission on Presidential Debates, which has sponsored the presidential and vice-presidential debates since 1988, and as a member of the advisory committee for the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the George W. Bush Institute’s Advisory Council on Human Freedom.
https://www.ned.org/experts/kenneth-wollack/
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2020.09.30 14:23 KarieNewsom [HIRING] 25 Jobs in javascript Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Aviatrix Senior Full Stack - Javascript React Developer - Cloud Networking Santa Clara
EVS, LLC Sr. JavaScript Developer Westminster
Onebridge D3js JavaScript Engineer Greater Indianapolis
InRhythm Javascript Developer Jersey City
Triple E Partners Javascript Developer Cincinnati Metropolitan Area
CSSI Inc Javascript Developer 425 3rd St Sw
Iqvia Full Stack Engineer - Python, JavaScript Waverley
Kelly IT Software Developer JavaScript or TypeScript w/ Angular University City
Virtusoft Senior Frontend consultant ( Qlik Analytics Platform Integration with C#, JavaScript / VB Script is Must) Nyc
DBA Web Technologies Sr Application Developer (.NET Framework, .NET Core, React, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, TypeScript, Computing Algorithms, Microsoft Azure, OOP) in New Kensington, PA New Kensington
Anz Javascript Developer Norco
UpSellit Conversion Enhancement Solutions Javascript Developer Sherman Oaks
ExcelaCom, Inc Lead JavaScript Developer (NodeJS) Arapahoe
Software Management Consultants, Inc. Developer - UX, Design, UXPin, Balsamiq, Adobe, HTML, CSS, JavaScript Pinellas County
New Relic Inc Senior Software Engineer and Mentor JavaScript Ruby, Go, or Python Aragon
Geektastic JavaScript Developer Fully Remote (European based) Fairland
Abbott Unlimited JavaScript developer Mission
DBA Web Technologies Back-End Developer (NiFi, Java, Python, JavaScript, Angular, Mongo, PostGreSQL, Hortonworks) in Fort Meade, MD Anne Arundel County
TEKsystems, Inc JavaScript Engineer Lutherville Timonium
BuzzClan LLC PHP Developer with Bootstrap/Javascript/Web Design (Remote till COVID) Wake Forest
Kforce Technology Full Stack JavaScript Developer II Basking Ridge
Virtusa Sr Angular (UI/JavaScript) Technical Resource Hudson County
Tech Valley Talent JavaScript Developer Albany County
Quantix Consulting JavaScript Engineer Utah County
Tallon Recruiting & Staffing JavaScript Developer - ServiceNow with Security Clearance Rosslyn
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings , feel free to comment here if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2020.09.23 14:19 itsgoggles September 23rd Templar Trading Watchlist

$HTBX:
Back in late August, Heat Biologics (HTBX) said preclinical results showed its COVID-19 vaccine candidate, bioRxiv, elicited a "robust immune response" against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The company also found that the vaccine candidate had significantly increased the frequency of systemic and tissue-specific CD8+ T cells, and primes the potent effector memory of these cells localized in the lungs -- essential in protection against respiratory virus infection; all good results.
This stock has been on the decline since late July, where they regained NASDAQ compliance, again more good news for the company. Last week we saw the first signs of trend reversal, hitting a multi-month low of .89c/share, before heading upwards the last two weeks and landing in the $1.30’s. Support building at $1.31, we have seen this previously gap up to $4.30/share. Looking for a swing entry today.

50ma approaching 200ma
$ACHV:
Last Friday, Achieve Life Sciences (ACHV) said that data from the Rauora trial showed that the use of Cytisinicline, or cytisine, for smoking cessation and nicotine addiction, resulted in fewer side effects compared with Chantix, or varenicline. The trial assessed the effectiveness and safety of cytisinicline as a smoking cessation aid in 679 indigenous New Zealanders, compared with varenicline. It was found that subjects who received cytisinicline were on average 55% more likely to quit smoking at about six months versus varenicline. There were also fewer overall adverse events of nausea and vivid dreams in cytisinicline-treated subjects.
Trial results were positive, but the price action had moved so much from investor anticipation of the annual (SRNT-E) digital conference that the good trial results were priced in. Friday we saw the stock fall with the overall market, before finding support levels around $9.14. Previously gapped up to $13 and $26 before that.
Chart wise, on the 180d seen below, you can see the 50 day moving average slowly creeping towards the 200d; bullish indication. Waiting for the 50ma to curl upward more to prove my hypothesis of trend reversal before I buy in.

50ma approaching 200ma
$TRVN:
Trevena, Inc. (Nasdaq: TRVN), a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of novel medicines for patients with central nervous system (CNS) disorders, today announced three presentations at the virtual 2020 American College of Clinical Pharmacology (ACCP) Annual Meeting, taking place from September 21 st to 23rd, 2020.
The Company will give a live presentation on TRV027, its AT1 receptor selective agonist being studied as a potential treatment for ARDS / abnormal clotting in COVID-19. Additionally, the Company will present two posters highlighting previously published data for OLINVYK, which is approved in the U.S. for the management of acute pain, and TRV250, its delta receptor selective agonist being developed for the acute treatment of migraine.
“I am pleased at this opportunity to present compelling data from three of our programs. The interest from ACCP highlights the diversity of our novel pipeline, with multiple exciting catalysts over the next few months,” said Mark A. Demitrack , M.D., Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Trevena, Inc.
Trevena has been on a hell of a bull run since September 4th, and is already up to $2.91/share from $1.65/share just a couple of weeks ago. That being said, the virtual conference ends today so the hype may begin to die off especially as the presentation comments come out. BUT, chart wise, this stock still looks incredibly bullish. 50 day moving average just crossed the 200d on the 180d graph, and the next gap to fill is $2.86. Looking for a cautious entry this morning.

Primed to run, 50ma overlapping 200ma on 180d chart
$SPI:
(NASDAQ:SPI), a global provider of photovoltaic ("PV") solutions for business, residential, government and utility customers and investors, today announced the launch of EdisonFuture, Inc. , a wholly owned subsidiary of SPI Energy , to design and develop electric vehicles ("EV") and EV charging solutions. Mr. Xiaofeng Peng , Chief Executive Officer of SPI Energy , commented, "This is an important milestone for SPI Energy. As Tesla has demonstrated, an end-to-end business model in the renewable energy space can generate significant value. With the addition of EV and EV charging segments to our diverse solar business, we are positioning SPI Energy for the future of renewable energy."
EdisonFuture is based at Silicon Valley in Santa Clara, California and complements the Company's current suite of PV solutions, including solar and battery storage technologies. EdisonFuture will focus on the design and development of new EV technologies and plans to partner with major manufacturers, as necessary. Sales of EVs topped 2.1 million globally in 2019, surpassing record sales in 2018. EVs, which accounted for 2.6% of global car sales and about 1% of global car stock in 2019, registered a 40% year-on-year increase. The infrastructure for EV charging grew to 7.3 million chargers globally in 2019. Publicly accessible chargers accounted for 12% of global light-duty vehicle chargers in 2019, most of which are slow chargers. Globally, the number of publicly accessible chargers (slow and fast) increased by 60% in 2019 compared with the previous year, higher than the electric light-duty vehicle stock growth. This has already blown up 100% with news, curious to see if the volume holds into the open market. Will most likely watch this one and look to scalp if volume persists throughout the day.

Pumped on news this morning.
Never forget to do your own DD; remember: For all you know, all the stocks that I mention here will dip 90% tomorrow; Do your own DD, I'm not some magic fairy. Trading will never come this easy to you. If all the stocks on here went up, I'd be chilling on my own Island.
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2020.09.20 19:28 DramaticPatience0 [HIRING] 20 Jobs in San Jose Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Adroit Resources Big Data Engineer San Jose
CIENA Corporation CIENA Corporation: Sr. Qa Engineer - Ip Routing San Jose
cPacket Networks cPacket Networks: Engineering Lab Lead / Manager San Jose
Nutanix Nutanix: Senior Financial Analyst San Jose
PayPal PayPal: Global Accounting Manager San Jose
BD, Becton and Dickinson BD, Becton and Dickinson: Staff Manufacturing Engineer San Jose
PayPal PayPal: Director, Hr Business Partner San Jose
BayOne Solutions Sr QE Engineer San Jose
Adobe Systems Adobe Systems: Senior Director, Corporate Development San Jose
Info Way Solutions Job Role: Full Stack Engineer San Jose
Maxar Technologies Maxar Technologies: Stockroom Lead San Jose
South Bay Animal Hospital & Pet Resort Veterinary Tech San Jose
EY (Ernst & Young) EY (Ernst & Young): Full Stack Developers San Jose
DatamanUSA, LLC Business Analyst San Jose- Ca
Pddn inc Validation Engineer ( Pharma) - W2 (100% Remote) San Jose- Ca
Hash Technologies AWS to AZURE migration (100% Remote) San Jose- Ca
Bay Sun Solar Sales Manager San Jose- California- United States
Circuit Check Business Development Engineer - Technical Sales San Jose- California- United States
Mullen & Filippi, LLP Associate Attorney San Jose- California- United States
Neogen Care Registered Nurse San Jose- Santa Clara County
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in san jose. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2020.09.19 19:46 DramaticPatience0 [HIRING] 26 Jobs in San Jose Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
E-Solutions, Inc. .Net tech leads and architect San Jose
Clinical Management Consultants Director Inpatient Hospital Pharmacy San Jose
Goodwin & Associates Hospitality Services LLC VP of Clinical Services - Physician San Jose
Micron Technology Senior Financial Analyst II San Jose
Optello Multifamily Project Director - 200 Unit Wood/Podium Jobs San Jose
Alignment Healthcare, LLC Social Worker / LCSW (Home Visit Program) San Jose
A10 Networks Senior Business Systems Functional Analyst Oracle San Jose
Scion Staffing Facilities and Operations Director San Jose
Jobspring Partners Senior DevOps EngineeAWS/Development/Kubernetes/Java/tools San Jose
ANSYS ANSYS: R&D Engineer Ii - Mcad San Jose
CDK Global Enterprise Application Architect (San Jose/Austin/Portland) San Jose
BVOH GTM Senior Manager or Director of Finance San Jose
API Test Account Dark Roast Java Developer San Jose
ClearChoice Dental Implant Centers Oral Surgeon San Jose
The Permanente Medical Group, Inc. - N.California Adult Psychiatrist (Academic Opportunities) in San Jose San Jose And Gilroy
The Permanente Medical Group, Inc. - N.California Radiology - Breast Imaging in San Jose San Jose And Gilroy
Baidu USA Senior Software Engineer in Motion Planning San Jose
Pddn inc Backend Developer (Java ndash & NodeJS) San Jose- Ca
DatamanUSA, LLC Business Analyst San Jose- Ca
Hash Technologies AWS to AZURE migration (100% Remote) San Jose- Ca
Neogen Care Registered Nurse San Jose- Santa Clara County
OnwardPath Technology Solutions LLC Hiring: AEM consultant, 03 Months, W2 contract, Remote till Covid then onsite San Jose
Stevens Creek Chrysler Jeep Dodge Automotive Sales Representative / Sales Consultant San Jose
Mainz Brady Group Python Developer San Jose
Mullen & Filippi, LLP Associate Attorney San Jose- California- United States
Crew Point Logistics Amazon Delivery Driver - Full Time San Jose- California- United States
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in san jose. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2020.09.19 08:40 kiwifishcat When partner is driving, Pokémon go time 😆 work with D.Brenner again. 😶 pro working w/ him is that tim will try to get us off early. But it’s bls calls. But yeah, hope I can somehow transfer down to Santa Clara so I can pickup shift to annoying you! JK. Miss you! Stay safe ❤️

When partner is driving, Pokémon go time 😆 work with D.Brenner again. 😶 pro working w/ him is that tim will try to get us off early. But it’s bls calls. But yeah, hope I can somehow transfer down to Santa Clara so I can pickup shift to annoying you! JK. Miss you! Stay safe ❤️ submitted by kiwifishcat to u/kiwifishcat [link] [comments]


2020.09.17 00:41 Arabica_Dani_89 How to know when it's time to get a test?

Hi All,
I am seriously contemplating getting a COVID19 TEST this week. Long story short, I am having symptoms...sore throat, cough, chest burning, fatigue, stomach problems and today I feel very off....sweating a lot even though my AC in my place is on and it's 70 degrees cool in here.
I also have allergies and live in the SF bay area, near Santa Clara County. The smoke finally cleared the atmosphere and the air is finally breathable. But we had 4 weeks of bad air quality here and so I'm wondering if I might just be having residual effects from smoke? The sweating and sore throat is weird. My temp is hovering around 99.3 degrees.
Went to Dr Monday and they gave me albuterol for coughing attacks. I had one coughing attack prior to the smoke this month. 30 mins of non stop coughing. I have allergies but no diagnosed asthma (yet) I'm 30 and healthy with no underlying conditions.
I've been on and off furloughed since May. I live with my partner. We have really been respecting quarantine and declining big indoor gathering invitations. Besides work, 1 beach trip and one outdoor dining experience for my bday, we have been inside. We get groceries and toiletries/ take out 1-2x a week. I sanitize the home and my phone daily. My partner is a dental hygienist and works in people's mouths and I'm a pre K teacher.
Would you suggest I get tested? Thank you. I feel very off. I can't tell if this is allergies or what. They say COVID was going around the bay area possibly in December or January ...I got sick 3 times between December and February. I may have already had it because despite getting the flu shot, I got what seemed like a flu with bad body aches, stomach issues, fever and extreme fatigue.
Amy advice would be great. Thanks.
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2020.09.16 17:45 boinabbc [HIRING] Senior Staff Machine Learning Engineer at Palo Alto Networks in Santa Clara, CA

Palo Alto Networks is looking for a Senior Staff Machine Learning Engineer in Santa Clara, CA with the following skills: Machine Learning, Deep Learning
Company Description Our Mission At Palo Alto Networks® everything starts and ends with our mission: Being the cybersecurity partner of choice, protecting our digital way of life.We have the vision of a world... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe625892/senior-staff-machine-learning-engineer-palo-alto-networks
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