Jean de Kervasdoué is a French economist born on 28 December 1944 in Lannion. He is chairholder of Economics and Health Services Management at the National Academy of Arts and Trades and a member of the French Academy of Technologies, he has been a general manager of hospitals. An agricultural engineer at Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon, he has earned an MBA and a doctorate in socio-economics from Cornell University; as an economic expert on hospitals, he has been critical of the French healthcare system, citing the lack of attention given to patients and too much state intervention. He pleads for example for a greater autonomy of the hospitals and denounces the employees of the hospitals, which he says "confuse service of the public and public service defense of the public statute", he criticises the excessive centralization of the health system and advocates for the complete autonomy of the hospitals. He is critical towards the media and the lack of professionalism of certain journalists.
"every day, I am surprise by the mass of information on health and worrying aspect and opposed to the dedication of Charte de l'environnement, under its current form, the precautionary principle in the Constitution of 4 October 1958, thus writing: "The major fault of this precautionary principle, its original sin is a sin of pride. It makes believe that one could protect oneself from everything because one could always detect the cause of a potential catastrophe."He calls its wishes a scientific, not political, debate on the environmental questions and is against those who he calls the "prophets of the apocalypse" and who play, according to him, on the environmental fears of society to impose their views without being justified scientifically. In particular, in The preachers of the Apocalypse delirious with the ecological and medical, he denounces the "trickery" and "lies" of certain players of ecology. Jean de Kervasdoué considers that climate warning will touch first the inhabitants of poor countries.
He considers. He decides for the development of genetically modified organisms. Les prêcheurs de l'apocalypse, pour en finir avec les délires écologiques et sanitaires, Plon, 2007, 250 p. L'hôpital vu du lit, Seuil, 2004, 167 p. La Crise des professions de santé, Dunod, 2003 Notre État: le livre-vérité de la fonction publique, Robert Laffont, 2000 La santé intouchable: enquête sur une crise et ses remèdes, Editions J.-C. Lattès, 1996
Robert Graysmith is an American true crime author and former cartoonist. He is best known for his work on the Zodiac killer case. Graysmith worked as a political cartoonist for the San Francisco Chronicle in 1969, when the Zodiac killer case came to prominence, he attempted to decode letters written by the killer and became obsessed with the case over the next 13 years. Graysmith wrote two books about the case giving up his career as a cartoonist to write five more books on high-profile crimes, one of which became the basis for the film Auto Focus. Graysmith was married to Margaret Ann Womack from 1963 to 1973, he married Melanie Krakower in 1975, but they divorced in 1980. The film Zodiac, directed by David Fincher, was based on his books and featured Jake Gyllenhaal as Graysmith. Graysmith now lives in San Francisco. Zodiac. New York: St. Martin's Press. 1986. ISBN 9780312898953; the Sleeping Lady: the trailside murders above the Golden Gate. New York: Onyx. 1990. ISBN 9780451402554; the Murder of Bob Crane: who killed the star of Hogan's Heroes?.
New York: Crown Publishers. 1993. ISBN 9780517592090. Unabomber: a desire to kill. Washington, D. C.: Regnery. 1997. ISBN 9780895263971; the Bell Tower: the case of Jack the Ripper solved. Washington, D. C.: Regnery. 1999. ISBN 9780895263247. Ghostfleet. Washington, D. C.: Regnery. 1999. ISBN 9780895262714. Zodiac Unmasked: the identity of America's most elusive serial killer revealed. New York: Berkley Books. 2002. ISBN 9780425183328. Amerithrax: the hunt for the anthrax killer. New York: Berkley Books. 2003. ISBN 9780425191903; the Laughing Gorilla: a true story of police corruption and murder. New York: Berkley Books. 2009. ISBN 9780425230145; the Girl in Alfred Hitchcock's Shower. New York: Berkley Books. 2010. ISBN 9780425232316. Black Fire: the true story of the original Tom Sawyer. New York: Crown Publishers. 2012. ISBN 9780307720566. Works by or about Robert Graysmith in libraries
St Peter's Church is in Windmill Street, Cheshire, England. It is an active Anglican parish church in the diocese of Chester, the archdeaconry of Macclesfield, the deanery of Macclesfield, it forms a team ministry with three other Macclesfield churches: St Michael, All Saints, St Barnabas. The church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building, it was a Commissioners' church, having received a grant towards its construction from the Church Building Commission. St Peter's was built in 1849, designed by Charles and James Trubshaw, it was planned to have a spire. A grant of £257 was given towards its construction by the Church Building Commission; the interior was re-ordered in 2005. The church is constructed in rubble stone with tiled roofs, its architectural style is Early English. The plan consists of a five-bay nave with a clerestory and south aisles, a chancel, a northeast vestry, a southwest tower; the tower is in four stages with corner buttresses, an embattled parapet with corner pinnacles.
There are doors on the west and southwest sides, lancet windows in the second stage, circular clock faces in the third stage, paired louvred bell openings in the top stage. Along the sides of the church the bays are divided by buttresses, each bay containing a lancet window; the clerestory contains gabled dormers. The east window in the chancel is a stepped triple lancet. Inside the church is a west gallery; the nave is divided from the aisles by five-bay arcades carried on circular piers whose capitals are decorated with stiff-leaf carving. The bowl of the font has blind trefoil arcading, is carried on clustered shafts; the wooden lectern is elaborately carved. The organ was built in 1891 by Young. There is a ring of eight bells, all of which were cast in 1947 by John Co of Loughborough. List of Commissioners' churches in Northeast and Northwest England Listed buildings in Macclesfield
Following is a list of senators of Hautes-Pyrénées, people who have represented the department of Hautes-Pyrénées in the Senate of France. Jean Adnet Louis Cazalas Germain Dupré Armand Deffis Jean Dupuy Gustave Baudens Alphonse Pedebidou Paul Dupuy Louis Noguès Manuel Fourcade Émile Mireaux Paul Baratgin 1946–1959 Pierre Bourda 1958–1959 Gaston Manent 1948–1958 Antoine Béguère 1959–1960 Paul Baratgin 1959–1966 Robert Burret 1960–1965 Pierre Bourda 1965–1974 Pierre Mailhé 1966–1974 René Billères 1974–1983 Hubert Peyou 1974–1992 François Abadie 1983–2001 François Fortassin 2001–2017 Josette Durieu 2001–2017 Michel Pélieu 2017 Viviane Artigalas from 2017 Maryse Carrère from 2017
Sant'Arsenio is a town and comune in the Province of Salerno in the Campania region of south-western Italy, located about 180 km southeast of Naples and about 76 km southeast of Salerno. As of 30 June 2006, it had a population of 2,714 and an area of 20 km². Sant'Arsenio borders the following municipalities: Atena Lucana, Corleto Monforte, San Pietro al Tanagro, San Rufo and Teggiano. Vallo di Diano Alburni Media related to Sant'Arsenio at Wikimedia Commons Sant'Arsenio official website