Generally ICTs are considered appropriate, even though there remain concerns over economic priorities, basic needs or computers. However, the implementation of ICTs is occurring in a context where the cultural and institutional barriers are not well addressed. The assumption often made is that if one just purchases a few computers and modems, a post-industrial society can magically result. Africans and those in the Asia-Pacific are generally in the position of consumers and thus in a position where they cannot yet define the media in their terms.
The abundant allegorical teachings of the Holy Bible shed more light into the mysteries of human life and experiences than any other authority on theology or theosophy. Thus, the Holy Bible is our source of inspiration from which we draw our life's longing to lead fuller, more obedient and abundant lives.
To learn from the experiences of every character in the Holy Bible, from Adam and Eve to John in Patmos, and to follow the true revealed Word of God, is our only goal and our truest hope.
Usually, I show these people the law s as promulgated by the Congress, decisions of various state and federal courts including the U. Supreme Court, and other executive and administrative policy decisions affecting American Indian Tribes whose inherent tribal sovereignty has been a constant nightmare and an inconvenient truth to our politicians from the day the Vikings, Sebastian Cabot, Amerigo Vespucci, and other explorers set foot on our tribal lands.
I expect these people to read, examine and analyze these articles, findings, congressional debates, essays, reports, and decisions. I notice a sickening habit instead — they wait to hear negative reports about Indian tribes.
They love to read this negativity. They wallow in this sordid smear campaigns. Their lives are happier when they read such stupid reports over the Internet where pseudnyms and nom de guerre are used by scared writers wishing undeserved anonymity.
There ought to be a law to disembowel these psychos while they are being hanged! Recently, I had a New York attorney call me regarding tax exemptions for tribal corporations. I had earlier showed him the appropriate and applicable law regarding this issue. And he had the gall to tell me he was a tax attorney who never heard of section 17 of the Indian Reorganization Act of !!!
Such morons repeatedly walk into my professional life This is a friendly reminder to all those potentials who wish to seek my help. I promise you I will be outright rude when you call without checking out who we are and what we stand for, who I am, and what I stand for in the matrix of federal Indian law which is still evolving as a matter of first impression after odd years of oppression, depression and suppression by those who chose to emigrate here from Europe in the early s and sink lasting roots here without visas, travel documents or passports.
The letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life" - II Corinthians 3: President Adams recognized the sanctity, supremacy and sovereignty of God, and God's dominion over all things - this is Natural Law. One of the recurring messages in the Holy Bible is the dynamic that the people of God be nonconformists to the secular world - Deuteronomy There is ample rationale and reason behind this justification and mandate of God.
Small wonder that secular indoctrination works wonders upon us when it competes with the Word of God. We have become a nation of laws and a government of men. We have some great laws, and some terribly unjust laws that are more than just flaws in man's thinking.
Disobeying an unjust law finds safe and solid sanctuary in the Word of God as evidenced in Exodus 1: How many Puahs and Sipporahs are out there waiting to disobey an unjust law?
One of the laws of our land claims that Unjust secular laws are mentioned in Isaiah CJS "An unconstitutional act is not law; it confers no rights; it imposes no duties; affords no protection; it creates no office; it is in legal contemplation, as inoperative as though it had never been passed" Shelby County, U.
We thank God for the United States Supreme Court in that it did, quite rarely, as in this case, separate the wheat from the chaff and get down to the truth of the matter in rendering a true verdict for real and measurable justice.
And, in America today, did you know that once an ecclesiastical tribunal church court, that is has made a decision, no civil court can disturb such decision?
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This paper provides a review of the past, present, and future of public health surveillance—the ongoing systematic collection, analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of health data for the planning, implementation, and evaluation of public health action.
Public health surveillance dates back to the first recorded epidemic in B.C. in Egypt.