The United States Junior Chamber known as the Jaycees, JCs or JCI USA, is a leadership training and civic organization for people between the ages of 18 and 40. It is a branch of Junior Chamber International. Areas of emphasis are business development, management skills, individual training, community service, international connections; the U. S. Junior Chamber is a not-for-profit corporation/organization as described under Internal Revenue Code 501. Established as the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce on January 21, 1920, it provided opportunities for young men to develop personal and leadership skills through service to others; the Jaycees expanded to include women after the United States Supreme Court ruled in the 1984 case Roberts v. United States Jaycees that Minnesota could prohibit sex discrimination in private organizations. 1995 marked the final year of the U. S. Jaycee Women, an organization that lasted 10 years and at its convention in 1994 in Atlanta boasted 59,000 members. At its membership peak in 1976, the U.
S. Jaycees boasted a membership total of 356,000 men between the ages of 18 and 35. Rules were changed to allow members to stay active until age 40. Infobox puts membership at 12,500; the Jaycee Creed was adopted in 1946 at the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce National Convention. The code reads as follows: We believe: That faith in God gives meaning and purpose to human life; that the brotherhood of man transcends the sovereignty of nations. That economic justice can best be won by free men through free enterprise; that governments shall be of laws rather than of men. That earth's great treasure lies in human personality; that service to humanity is the great work of life. Larry Bird – Boston Celtics Warren E. Burger – Chief Justice of the United States Bill Clinton – President of the United States Ken Coon – Little Rock psychologist, former Arkansas Republican state chairman, served as Arkansas state Jaycee president Gerald Ford – President of the United States Wendell Ford – U. S. Senator, Governor of Kentucky served as US Jaycees President Bill Gates – Chairman of Microsoft Al Gore – Vice President of the United States Mike Gravel - U.
S. Senator from Alaska, conducted national Jaycee tour advocating tax reform and free enterprise in 1958 Larry Holmes – Former Heavyweight Boxing Champion Rogers Hornsby – Hall of Fame Major League Baseball player Howard Hughes – Industrialist Hubert Humphrey – Vice President of the United States Bradley Joseph – Composer/recording artist Edmund Kemper – American serial killer known as the "coed killer". Became a member of the Jaycees while incarcerated Charles Lindbergh – Aviator Tom Monaghan – Founder of Domino's Pizza Walter Mondale – Vice President of the United States Richard Nixon – President of the United States Elvis Presley – Musician, Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumous recipient, 2018. Lani Rae Rafko-Wilson – Miss America 1988 Ronald Reagan – President of the United States, Actor John Jacob Rhodes – U. S. Representative from Arizona Charles Thone – Governor of Nebraska, served as Nebraska state Jaycee president John Wayne Gacy – Serial killer and Businessman, served Jaycees for many years before going to jail.
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Silistra Municipality is a municipality in Silistra Province, Northeastern Bulgaria, located along the right bank of Danube river, in the Danubian Plain, bounded by Romania to the northeast and north beyond the river. It is named after its administrative centre - the city of Silistra, the capital of the province; the municipality embraces a territory of 515.89 km² with a population of 54,885 inhabitants, as of December 2009. Aside from the historical heritage of the main town, the area is best known with the Srebarna Nature Reserve around the lake of the same name; the main roads I-7, II-21 and II-71 crosses the municipality, connecting the province centre of Silistra with the cities of Shumen and Dobrich. Silistra Municipality includes the following 19 places: The following table shows the change of the population during the last four decades. Since 1992 Silistra Municipality has comprised the former municipality of Profesor Ishirkovo and the numbers in the table reflect this unification. Ethnic Bulgarians constitute the largest ethnic group in Silistra Municipality.
Ship of Fools: How a Selfish Ruling Class Is Bringing America to the Brink of Revolution is a non-fiction political book written by Tucker Carlson, in which he argues that America's ruling class has failed everyday Americans. Ship of Fools was published in October 2018 before the midterm elections and is a New York Times #1 best seller. Carlson introduces his thesis by applying the allegory given in Plato's Republic, in which the US ship of state has been commandeered by an incompetent crew who are oblivious to the needs of, contemptuous of the desires of the passengers and intolerant of criticism. Contrary to what might be expected of a conservative political commentator, Carlson does not restrict his definition of the elite to liberal members of Congress, but includes politicians of both political parties, certain neoconservative pundits, modern entrepreneurs such as the CEOs of Facebook and Amazon, who he blames for decimating the American middle class and thus widening the gap between rich and poor, betraying the liberal values they profess.
While Carlson considers the Presidential election of Donald Trump to be an historical aberration, he does not count Trump among the "ship of fools" and explains his election as the passengers' desperate attempt to send a message to the mutineers. The book's cover shows caricatures of Democratic politicians Maxine Waters, Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton. Fox News "A book review by Benjamin Welton: Ship of Fools: How a Selfish Ruling Class Is Bringing America to the Brink of Revolution". Nyjournalofbooks.com. Retrieved 2018-11-06
Love That Makes You Cry is a Japanese television drama series premiered on Fuji TV from January 18, 2016 on Mondays at 21:00. It was written by Yūji Sakamoto starring Kengo Kora. Love That Makes You Cry follows the story of love and growth of six young men and women who move from countryside to the big city of Tokyo, each with their own dreams and aspirations. Among them is Soda Ren. After her mother died, Oto was raised by adoptive parents in Hokkaido. Although she has given up on having any high hopes or big dreams for her future, she still remains positive and faces life with optimistic attitude. One day, she finds out the fact that her adoptive parents are planning to marry her to the wealthy man in town in order to solve their financial debt. Soda Ren was raised by his grandfather in Fukushima. Ren works hard on one job after another in order to earn the money to buy back his grandfather's land so that they can start farming again. By chance and Ren meet in Hokkaido and they decide to move to Tokyo to find new life to change their fate and future.
However, as soon as they arrive in Tokyo, they get separated in the crowds... -- Fuji TV Kasumi Arimura as Oto Sugihara Kengo Kora as Ren Soda Mitsuki Takahata as Kihoko Hinata Takahiro Nishijima as Asahi Ibuki Aoi Morikawa as Konatsu Ichimura Kentaro Sakaguchi as Haruta Nakajo The first episode received the highest viewership rating of 11.6% in the Kantō region, the average was 9.7%. A Turkish remake called Aşk Ağlatır produced by Faruk Bayhan, debuted on September 8, 2019 on Show TV. Official website Love That Makes You Cry on IMDb
Crown Prince Uigyeong or Deokjong of Joseon or Prince Dowon was a crown prince of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. He was the eldest grandson of King Sejong the Great, eldest son of seventh King Sejo of Joseon and father of ninth King Seongjong of Joseon, he was titled as Prince Dowon until his father's accession to the throne. In 1450, he married with daughter of Han Hwak, a diplomat and Politician who served as Left or Second State Councillor, equivalent to Vice Prime Minister during the era of his father, King Sejo, he was posthumously honoured as "'Deokjong of Joseon"' when his son, King Seongjong became King in 1469 and his wife was honoured as "Queen Sohye" known as Grand Queen Dowager Insu, co-regent of Joseon Dynasty from 1469 to 1477, along with her mother-in-law, Queen Jeonghee, wife of King Sejo. He and Queen Insu had two sons, Prince Wolsan, King Seongjong, a daughter, Princess Myeongsuk. Father: King Sejo of Joseon Grandfather: King Sejong of Joseon Grandmother: Queen Soheon of the Cheongsong Shim clan Mother: Queen Jeonghui of the Papyeong Yun clan Grandfather: Yun Beon Grandmother: Lady Lee of the Incheon Lee clan Consorts:Queen Sohye of the Cheongju Han clan Yi Jeong, Grand Prince Wolsan Princess Myeongsuk Yi Hyeol, Grand Prince Jalsan Consort Gwi-in of the Kwon clan Consort Gwi-in of the Yun clan Consort Suk-ui of the Geochang Shin clan Portrayed by Baek Sung-hyun in the 2011 JTBC TV series Insu, The Queen Mother.
Orange chicken is a Chinese dish of Hunan origin. The variety of orange chicken most found at North American Chinese restaurants consists of chopped and fried chicken pieces coated in a sweet orange-flavored chili sauce, which thickens or caramelizes to a glaze. While the dish is popular in the United States, it is most found as a variation of General Tso's chicken in North America rather than the dish found in mainland China. Chef Andy Kao claims to have developed the original Chinese-American orange chicken recipe at a Panda Express in Hawaii in 1987. Since Panda Express is associated with this dish, Panda Express uses orange chicken as a promotion tool by having a dedicated food truck tour the country distributing samples of orange chicken. Though called Chinese food in North America, orange chicken is found in Chinese restaurants in China. Andrew Cherng and founder of Panda Express, said that orange chicken is just a variation of General Tso's chicken, another dish, unknown in China. Journalist Jennifer 8.
Lee says that both "General Tso's chicken and Orange Chicken are Americanized mutations of sweet and sour dishes found in China." Orange chicken has entered the menus of the mainstream U. S. by being served in school cafeterias, in military bases' chow halls, found in the supermarket frozen meal aisle. In most countries in the western hemisphere, the names "orange chicken", "orange chicken peel", "orange flavoured chicken", "tangerine chicken" are used for this particular dish. In Chinese, this dish is known as "橙花雞" " Orange peel chicken"; the dish has a variation known as "陳皮雞" "Dried Citrus peel chicken", referring to dried orange or tangerine peel, used in traditional Chinese medicine as well as cooking. For restaurants outside of Asia, fresh orange peel is used instead, or no peel at all. Media related to Orange chicken at Wikimedia Commons