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Bob Regan

Bob Regan is a Grammy and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame nominated American country music songwriter. His chart credits include "Busy Man" by Billy Ray Cyrus, "Your Everything" by Keith Urban, "Soon" by Tanya Tucker, "Thinkin' About You" by Trisha Yearwood, "Running Out of Reasons to Run" by Rick Trevino, "'Til Love Comes Again" by Reba McIntire, "We've Got It Made" by Lee Greenwood, "Something About a Woman" by Jake Owen and many others, his songs have been recorded by artists ranging from Andy Williams to Hank Williams Jr. from Kenny Rogers to cowboy hero Roy Rogers. Regan was a three-term President of the Board and legislative chair of the Nashville Songwriters Association International. In that role in 2006, he helped pass the Songwriters Capital Gains Tax Equity Act. Regan taught as an adjunct professor at Belmont University in the inaugural year of their songwriting program. In 2012, after performing on several Armed Forces Entertainment tours at military bases around the world, Regan founded Operation Song™, a program which brings professional songwriters together with veterans and active duty military to help them tell their stories through songs.

As of 2018, there have been over 650 songs written in the program with veterans of WWII, Vietnam and Afghanistan and their families. The songs have been performed on the National Mall in Washington DC on Memorial Day and Veterans Day, on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry and on radio and television programs worldwide. Regan was born in Sacramento and was raised in South Lake Tahoe; the following is a list of Bob Regan compositions. Bob Regan at NSAI LA Times Official website Bob Regan discography at MusicBrainz Bob Regan discography at Discogs Ascap entry for Bob Regan https://web.archive.org/web/20130127055619/http://www.watchgmctv.com/news/and-nominees-are-43rd-annual-dove-award-nominations-announced-atlanta

SAPA (football club)

SAPA was founded in Helsinki in 1970. The club was established at the Savanna restaurant when a group of young men wanted more activities than sitting around the place, it was decided that a sports club's name could not be the restaurant's name and as a result the name was changed to the abbreviation SAPA. In addition to football the club provides for the sport of floorball. SAPA run two men's teams, their home ground being located at the Kumpulanlaakson kenttä.. The women's football team played one season in the 1970s in the Finnish first division. Junior football started in June 1986 and the club provides for a wide range of age groups. In total the club has more than 250 junior players. For the current season SAPA are competing in Section 2 of the Kolmonen administered by the Helsinki SPL and Uusimaa SPL; this is the fourth highest tier in the Finnish football system. SAPA/2 are participating in Section 2 of the Nelonen administered by the Helsinki SPL. Official Website Finnish Wikipedia Suomen Cup SAPA – Savannan Pallo Facebook

José Guerra (economist)

José Guerra is a Venezuelan economist and politician who serves as a deputy to the National Assembly of Venezuela. He serbied as a professor of economics and politics and for his career at the Central Bank of Venezuela. Guerra was an advisor to Henrique Capriles in his presidential campaigns of 2012 and 2013 and was Coordinator of the Economic Area of the Democratic Unity Roundtable, he is an economist graduated from the Central University of Venezuela, with a Specialization in Economics from the Economics Institute of the University of Colorado and a Master's in Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. He was Manager of Economic Research of the Central Bank of Venezuela and a professor at the School of Economics of the UCV where he teaches Theory and Monetary Policy and Economic Problems of Venezuela. In 1995 and 1996 he co-authored the works that won the Ernesto Peltzer National Economy Prize awarded by the BCV, he has published or edited, among others, the following books: Stuies on inflation in Venezuela, Foreign exchange policy issues in Venezuela and Economic policy in Venezuela 1999-2003.

He is a columnist at the weekly Descifrado. He was an economic advisor to Henrique Capriles Radonski, a unitary candidate for the Bureau of the Democratic Unit, during the presidential campaigns of 2012 and 2013, he was National Coordinator for Economic Matters of the Bureau of the Democratic Unit, a position he left to be a Candidate Independent, with the support of the First Justice party, to the National Assembly by Circumscription 4 of Caracas. In the 2015 Venezuelan parliamentary election, he was elected Deputy for Circumscription 4 which includes the parishes: El Valle, Santa Rosalía. In an interview on the labor issue in Venezuela during the Hugo Chávez administration, he states: “One of the problems that the government's economic and incentive policy scheme had through the missions was that people stayed at home and did not look for work, it was easier to get a government stipend than to go out to look work... and get ready for work." In January 2017, while Guerra is a deputy, a new president of the Central Bank of Venezuela is appointed on what he said: " Sanguino is a person who has no notions of what a Central Bank is.

He is an economist graduated in the 60s. Get yourself! On Google a Sanguino writing... a book, a papper or an article related to the economy... a 140-character tweet, you won't find it... he has an archaic vision of what inflation is, he believes that inflation is that some types sell expensive... he has an aversion to the financial system, he is not a man of dialogue with the financial sector... What we are going to see is Good financing... flooding the economy of worthless bills. Sanguino could do that work of reason... to finish purging, according to them the most technical elements, what they call neoliberal." On 28 August 2019, José Guerra maintains the following regarding the economic sanctions of the United States government on Venezuela: «The measures were taken on Friday, but the situation in Venezuela was very precarious before the measures. So what we are living now have nothing to do with the measures... the main impact of the measure is that new debt cannot be placed in the United States or with companies in the United States.

In November 2019, Guerra denounced a strategy to "bribe" opposition lawmakers in what he called "Maletín Verde", with the aim of breaking the qualified majority that the opposition had in the National Assembly

Foxx (rapper)

Jonathan Reed. Better known by his stage name Foxx, is a songwriter from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, his debut album, Street Gossip, was released on September 18, 2007. Foxx is known for his southern vernacular and drawl, a popular style in rap made most famous by UGK. Foxx founded his own record label in 2009 and is remains the CEO. "Wipe Me Down" "Not Myself" "She Said" "Bounce" "Coogi Down" "U Got Cake" Webbie feat. Big Head & Foxx off Trill Entertainment's debut compilation album Trill Entertainment Presents: Survival of the Fittest "Bout Dat" Webbie feat. Foxx off Trill Entertainment's debut compilation album Trill Entertainment Presents: Survival of the Fittest "Leave the Tags On" Big Head feat. Lil Boosie & Foxx off Trill Entertainment's debut compilation album Trill Entertainment Presents: Survival of the Fittest "Got Me Bent" Webbie featuring Lil Boosie & Foxx off Trill Entertainment's debut compilation album Trill Entertainment Presents: Survival of the Fittest "Adios" Foxx, Lil Boosie, Big Head & Webbie off Trill Entertainment's debut compilation album Trill Entertainment Presents: Survival of the Fittest "Fly as an Eagle" Webbie feat.

Foxx & Pimp C off Webbie's second album Savage Life 2 "Loose As A Goose" Lil Boosie feat. Foxx and Mouse off Lil Boosie's third album Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz "Better Believe It Remix" Lil Boosie feat. Yo Gotti, Bun B & Foxx "Devils" Lil Boosie feat. Foxx off Lil Boosie's third album Incarcerated "Thugged Out" Lil Boosie feat. Foxx off Lil Boosie's third album Incarcerated "Better Not Fight" Lil Boosie feat. Webbie, Lil Trill & Foxx off Lil Boosie's third album Incarcerated FilmsGhetto Stories: The Movie Don't Work, Don't Eat Official Website

Salvador de Iturbide y Marzán

Salvador Agustín Francisco de Paula de Iturbide y Marzán was the grandson of Agustín de Iturbide, the first emperor of independent Mexico, his consort Empress Ana María. He became the adopted son, along with his cousin Agustín de Iturbide y Green, of Mexico's only other royal heads of state—Emperor Maximilian I and Empress Carlota of Mexico. Salvador de Iturbide y Marzán, born into the Mexican nobility, was the son of Emperor Agustin I's third son Prince Salvador of Mexico and Rosario de Marzán y Guisasola; when Maximilian and Carlota ascended the throne of Mexico in 1863 with the support of the French troops of Napoleon III, the new monarchs invited the Iturbide family back to Mexico. As it became clear that Maximilian and Carlota could have no children together, they offered to adopt Salvador along with his cousin, Agustín de Iturbide y Green, they formally adopted the cousins and granted them the title Prince de Iturbide and style of Highness by imperial decree on 16 September 1865. Salvador and his cousin were ranked after the reigning family.

His adoptive mother, Empress Carlota, sent him to France, where he lived at Paris until 1867, when he moved to Hungary. After seeking the right to a pension as an heir to the Mexican throne, he was awarded one by the Emperor Franz Joseph, Emperor Maximilian's brother. In Vienna, Itúrbide became the friend of a young Hungarian aristocrat, Baron Gyula Gáspár Mikos de Taródhaza who had just returned from a long trip through South America. Itúrbide was invited to the Mikos family estate in Mikosdpuszta, where he was introduced to Baroness Gizella Mikos. On 21 June 1871, Don Baroness Gizela were married at the Mikosdpuszta mansion, they had Maria Josepha Sophia de Iturbide. Following the marriage the pair lived in Mikosdpuszta, but the owner of the estate, Baron János Mikos, sold the castle in 1881. Itúrbide and his wife lived in a palace, rented to Count Zeno. In this place, he became a close friend of Carlos, Duke of Madrid, the Carlist pretender to the Spanish throne, he was a member of the Order of the Grand Cross of Our Lady of Guadalupe and awarded with the Personal Order of Charles.

While visiting Corsica, he died of a ruptured appendix. The Emperor Maximilian of Habsburg decreed on September 16, 1865 the following: Art 1 °; the title of "Princes of Iturbide" is awarded to Don Agustín de Iturbide and Don Salvador de Iturbide, grandsons of the Emperor Agustín de Iturbide, as well as his daughter Doña Josefa de Iturbide. Art 2 °; the Princes mentioned in the previous article, will have the treatment of Highness, will take rank after the reigning family. Art 3 °; this title is not hereditary, in the event that the mentioned princes had legitimate succession, the reigning Emperor or the Regency will reserve the faculty to grant the expressed title, in each case, to that or those of his successors that they deem convenient. Art 4 °. By virtue of the arrangements made with the members of the Iturbide family, the Emperor takes the guardianship and curatorship of the aforementioned princes Agustín and Salvador de Iturbide, appointing as co-tutor the Princess Josefa de Iturbide. Art 5 °.

The coat of arms used by the aforementioned princes, will be the ancient of his family, with mantle and crown of Prince, having as support the two rampant wolves of the same shield of his family, granting them by special grace the use of the National Shield in the center of the aforementioned blazon, according to the design, attached. Art 6 °; the Princes of Iturbide will have the right to wear the national badge without a flame, the button with its crown of Prince. Don Salvador-Imperial House of Mexico