Your vote is a matter of conscience, pronounced Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell while he and Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy both admitted Trump’s responsibility for provoking the seditious mob insurrection at the Capitol. Thereafter, the vast majority in the House, including McCarthy, voted no on impeachment, and the vast majority in the Senate, including McConnell, voted to dismiss the impeachment without even a trial. The Republicans, rather than conscience, based their vote on a cynical calculation on what was best for their re election.
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Dr. SEBI has also framed suggestive bye law for Derivative Exchanges/Segments and their Clearing Corporation/House which lays down the provisions for trading and settlement of derivative contracts. The Rules, Bye laws Regulations of the Derivative Segment of the Exchanges and their Clearing Corporation/House have to be framed in line with the suggestive Bye laws.
Looking ahead: PACE LOANS: As a supporter of the PACE loan program, I agree with expanding the program and consumer protections, though I find it ironic that a Republican is filing the bill. Republicans and the banking lobby have historically fought PACE because ad valorem property taxes take priority over even a first mortgage. Still, I really like how PACE gives everyone access to improve their homes to become more sustainable and energy efficient.
Sankar Sen, former director of the National Police Academy, believes the only solution to abuse is a written complaint. ‘NGOs only talk about the problem,’ he argued. When asked to whom the complaint should be addressed, Sen’s answer was revealing. We distinguish between two antithetical, but complimentary effects. Firstly, the internalised neoliberal critique of democracy emphasises the ‘push’ out of the public into the commercial sphere. Secondly, the emerging individualisation of modern ‘liquid’ politics advanced by the postmaterialist sensitivities of young people’s previously affluent socialisation call attention to the existence of a parallel ‘pull’ effect into the ‘marketopoly’, as a habitus of youth political participation.