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« Reply #150 on: February 21, 2014, 07:41:01 PM »

November 17, 2016

Zurich, Switzerland

FIFA takes 2022 World Cup from Qatar, awards it to Spain


In a press release citing, the impracticability of playing the World Cup in Winter, FIFA in consultation with their unofficial union FIFPRO and various governments around the world has decided Spain will be host. Qatar will become the host of U-17 World Cup in 2021 from October 24- 31. Costa Rica will be awarded the U-20 World Cup of 2019 and the U-17 World Cup of 2021. The Confederations Cup will split between Spain and Qatar with the Group stage and early knockout rounds occurring in Spain and the final in Qatar. As for the World Cup itself Group Matches will be played at Vincente Calderon (Madrid), La Cartuja (Seville), Mestalla (Valencia) and Estadia Cornella El Prat (Barcelona). All knockout matches will be played at either San Mames (Bilbao) or Santiago Bernebeau (Madrid), with the Final to be held at Camp Nou (Barcelona)

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« Reply #151 on: February 22, 2014, 07:04:01 PM »

November 27, 2016

President Obama gives exit interview to 20-20


President Obama gave an exit interview to ABC last week, and it aired last night. Cynthia McFadden was responsible for the free-wheeling interview. Obama said he approved of Clinton's cabinet choices, and was surprised that hear that she had chosen Lindsey Graham as Secretary of  Defense. He also thanked her for naming his wife, Michelle, UN ambassador, saying that she would continue in the fine tradition of Elanor Roosevelt. Pressed on his greatest in-office regret, he mentioned not pushing harder for the public option when passing health care reform, and for failing to make needed reforms to structure of the NSA. Asked what his greatest triumphs as President were, Obama said that proving former rivals can work together in a governmental setting (in what appeared to a clear reference to President-Elect Clinton), and successfully ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.


December 5, 2016

Irish Parliament collapses, Elections held, Fianna Fail victorious

 

Michael Martin and his Fianna Fail party emerged victorious with 69 seats and have formed a coalition with Sinn Fein and their leader Gerry Adams's 25 seats in the Dail for a total of 94 seats making Martin the next Taiosech (Prime Minister). Meanwhile Labour's New Leader Joan Burton led the Party to a 33 seat finish, and will join a coalition with United Left (Clare Daly)'s single seat and the Socialist Party (Paul Murphy)'s single seat, giving them a total of 35 seats. On it's own, with 59 seats is Fine Gael, who named Leo Varadkar the new party leader and opposition leader, replacing Enda Kenny, who lost his seat during the election.
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« Reply #152 on: February 23, 2014, 01:47:39 PM »

December 12, 2016

Eygpt holds Presidential elections to replace Sisi ahead of schedule



New Wafd Party- Numaan Guma 2.67%

El-Ghad Party- Moussa Moustafa Moussa 2.13%

Ahrar Party- Helmy Ahmed Salim .7%

Ghad El-Thwara Party- Ayman Nour 3%

Modern Eygpt Party- Nabil Delbis 2%

Socialist Party of Egypt- Karima El-Hefnaway 2.2%

Freedom Egypt Party- Amr Hamzaway 16%

Equality and Development Party- Wael Ghonim 13%

Justice Party- Mohammed ElBaradei 25%

Islamic Party- Mohammed Abdu Samra 12%

Al-Nour Party- Younes Makihoun 14%

Independent- Ahmed Maher 5.3%



December 17, 2016
Tahrir Square rejoices, as Amr Hamzaway win Presidential runoff


Amr Hamzaway 52%
Mohammed ElBaradei 48%
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« Reply #153 on: February 23, 2014, 06:57:56 PM »

December 19, 2016

Zurich Switzerland



New Delhi will host 2024 Summer Olympics, defeating a final four of Boston, United States (2nd), Casablanca, Morocco (3rd) and La Paz, Bolivia (4th), eliminated on the 1st round of balloting was Ho Chi Minh, City Vietnam, which had been allowed to present in place of a European Country. The final result of balloting was New Delhi, 123 Chicago 79 (Pakistan and Morocco abstaning)


December 20, 2016
Winter games hung ballot nightmare



It's been 15 rounds of ballots, and as IOC chair Thomas Bach concedes there has been no unity. Ulan Batar, Mongolia currently has 24 votes, Irkuskt, Russia currently has 27 votes, Grenoble, host of the 1968 Winter Games has 33 votes, Innsbruck, Austria, host of 1964 and 1976 Winter Games has 34 votes, 1932 and 1980 host Lake Placid (in conjunction with Saratoga Springs) has 36 votes, Nairobi, Kenya (With a Kilamonjairo ski final) has 11 votes and Tokyo, Japan leads the way with 64 votes. Experts watching believe it likely a decision will be reached to Tokyo the 2024 Winter Games.
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« Reply #154 on: February 23, 2014, 07:11:01 PM »

Hey! No fair, Tokyo's already getting the 2020 games they shouldn't get the 2026 games too.
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« Reply #155 on: February 23, 2014, 08:26:40 PM »

Hey! No fair, Tokyo's already getting the 2020 games they shouldn't get the 2026 games too.


I didn't say Tokyo was getting the 2020 games here...
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« Reply #156 on: February 23, 2014, 09:10:04 PM »

Hey! No fair, Tokyo's already getting the 2020 games they shouldn't get the 2026 games too.


I didn't say Tokyo was getting the 2020 games here...

well they are getting them irl, so I assumed it was the same ITTL
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« Reply #157 on: February 23, 2014, 09:35:07 PM »


Hey! No fair, Tokyo's already getting the 2020 games they shouldn't get the 2026 games too.


I didn't say Tokyo was getting the 2020 games here...

well they are getting them irl, so I assumed it was the same ITTL
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« Reply #158 on: February 24, 2014, 03:06:10 PM »
« Edited: February 25, 2014, 12:30:05 PM by NewYorkExpress »

December 28, 2016

Washington D.C

DNC gets major overhaul


National Finance Chair
 
Mark Brewer, Former Michigan Democratic Party Chairman

Communications Director

Elieen Donahue- departing ambassador to the U.N human rights council

Executive Director

Rosalyn Brock- Chairman of the NAACP

Secretary

Former DNC Chair Joesph Andrew

Treasurer

Chair of the Los Angeles AFL-CIO, Secretary-Treasurer of National AFL-CIO, and former Vice-Chair of the DNC.

Vice-Chair #5

Janet Muirgia, President and CEO of La Raza

Vice Chair #4

John Walsh, former Chair of the Massachusetts Democratic Party

Vice Chair #3

Rep New York-12, Scott Stringer

Vice Chair #2

Texas Democratic Party Chair, Gilberto Hinojosa

Vice Chair #1

Former Portland Mayor Tom Potter

National Chair

Longtime Vice-Chair and 2000 Campaign manager for Al Gore, Donna Brazile.
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« Reply #159 on: February 24, 2014, 04:45:34 PM »

December 30, 2016

RNC gets staffing overhaul, includes executive system Modeled after DNC

Communications Secretary

Former Bush Administration Counsel Harriet Miers

Treasurer

New York Republican Party Treasurer John Riedman

Vice-President #4 (Responsible for endorsements)

Former Texas Governor and 2014 Senate nominee, Rick Perry

Vice President #3 (Responsible for messaging and continuing minority outreach)

Former Senator (FL) Marco Rubio

Vice President #2 (Responsible for fundraising)

Former New York City Mayor, and 2008 Presidential candidate Rudy Guliani

Vice-President #1 (Responsible for Presidential delegate allocation, and coordinating primary and caucus schedules with Democrats)

Former New Jersey Attorney General Peter Verniero

Executive Director

Pollster Alex Castellanos
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« Reply #160 on: February 25, 2014, 01:02:45 PM »

January 2, 2017

Washington D.C

New Congress sworn in


Speaker of the House

Xavier Beccera (D-CA)

House Majority Leader

Chris Van Hollen (D-MD)

House Majority Whip

Betty Sutton (D-OH)

Chair DCCC


House Minority Leader

Paul Ryan (R-WI)

House Minority Whip

Tom Cotton (R-AK)

Chairman- RCCC

David Rouzer (R-NC)

Senate Majority Leader

(D-NY)

Senate Majority Whip

Al Franken (D-MN)

Chairman DSCC

Patrick Leahy (D-VT)

Minority Leader

Ted Cruz (R-TX)

Minority Whip

Mike Huckabee (R-AR)

Chairman RSCC

Pat Toomey (R-PA)
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« Reply #161 on: February 25, 2014, 06:21:11 PM »

January 9, 2017
Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 82

Washington D.C
     

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died yesterday evening at Walter Parks Memorial Hospital at 82 years old. The cause of death was believed to be complications from a recurrence of the Pancreatic Cancer she defeated in 2009 according to fellow Justice Elena Kagan. She will lie in State at the Supreme Court Building today, and tomorrow January 10 followed by a funeral in Brooklyn, New York on January 11. The Supreme Court will not hear Arguments until January 17, 2017. President Clinton, when asked for comment, expressed condolences on behalf of the White House, and said that she would submit a replacement appointment to Congress by the end of the Spring.     



Chisinau, Moldava

Moldavan Parlimentary Elections (Early)


Liberal Party- Mihai Ghimpu 9%


Social Democratic Party Of Romania-Victor Selin 1.7%


Party Alliance Our Moldava-Victor Osipov 3.6%


Democratic Party of Moldava- Marian Lupu 20.7%



Revival Party-Vasile Tarlev 3%


Liberal Reformists Party- Oleg Bodrug 8%


Liberal Democratic Party of Romania- Vlad Filat 34%


Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldava- Iurie Muntean (Vladamir Voronin retired as party leader on May 17, 2016)
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« Reply #162 on: February 26, 2014, 02:42:59 PM »

January 18, 2017
Menendez indicted on RICO charges, will resign
Newark, New Jersey


The other shoe has dropped in the long-running investigation into the investigation in Senator Bob Menendez's  dealings with Ophthalmologist Saloman Meglan, as the U.S Attorney for the Southern District of Florida Wilfredo Ferrer, confirmed filing of three counts of Enterprise Corruption, stemming from Menendez's buisness dealings and from the October 29, 2016 Death of Meglan, While in a Seperate announcement U.S Attorney for New Jersey David Lat, filed charges of extortion, bribery and complicity in illegal arms sales made by the U.S Government to the Sinoloa Cartel for $12 million dollars in 2016. In a press realease Menendez said he would resign to "better assist my defense". Arraignment for the New Jersey case is January 22 in Trenton, while arraignment in the Florida case will be held on January 20 in  Vero Beach.

January 21, 2017
Booker sets special election dates, not ready to appoint anyone yet

Governor Cory Booker says the Special Election to fill the seat of disgraced Senator Bob Menendez will be on Election Day, with primaries occurring a few months before. He also said while he isn't ready to appoint anyone to the seat yet, he is looking for someone who will "be a credit to the people of New Jersey" whether or not they serve the full term.


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« Reply #163 on: February 26, 2014, 04:30:04 PM »

January 29, 2017
Martin Broduer appointed to replace Menendez, will not run in special

Governor Cory Booker appointed retired New Jersey Devils Goalie Martin Brodeur, to be the interim Senator from New Jersey, replacing the indicted Bob Menendez. Broduer at a press conference outside his home in West Orange New Jersey said he would accept the appointment, declined to state who he would caucus with, and stated that he would not run in the Special Election because "politics is not my first inclination". Broduer who will have to from his job as a TV analyst for the Devils. Senate Majority Leader Schumer says Broduer will be sworn on Monday, January 30.

January 31
Clinton has SCOTUS nominee; Solictor General Ian Heath Geshengorn the pick
Washington D.C

Hillary Clinton has her nominee to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in Solicitor General Ian Heath Gershengorn. Clinton in a statement to CNN's Anderson Cooper said Gershengorn should be confirmed because he is not changing the fundamental balance of the court. However the director of EMILY's list Stephanie Shirock said Clinton should have appointed a woman, "and for that matter so should've Cory Booker".
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« Reply #164 on: February 27, 2014, 12:53:49 PM »

February 12, 2017

Ecuadorian General Elections
President(Rafael Correra retiring to become head of the International Labor Orginization)


Movimento Alizna PAS- Jorge Glas/Carina Vance 55%


Creating Opportunities- Gulliermo Lasso 25%

- Johana Pesantez 19.7%
Plurinational Unity of the Lefts

Parliamentary Elections

Movementa Alienza PAS- 96 total seats

Creating Opportunities- 12 total seats

January 21 Patriotic Society Party 7 total seats

Plurinational Union of the Lefts 10 total seats

Ruptura 25 7 total seats

Social Christian Party 2 total seats

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« Reply #165 on: February 28, 2014, 11:50:12 AM »

February 22, 2017
Gershengorn clears first hurdle in becoming Supreme Court Justice


Ian Gershengorn has passed the first step in becoming Ruth Bader Ginsburg's replacement on the Supreme Court, as after three days of interviews and deliberations the Senate Judiciary Committee has approved his nomination by a 13-4 vote (Moore Capito, Barbour, Alexander, Risch voting with Democrats)(Rogers, DeMint, Sessions, Hatch voting against). Rogers will head to the full Senate which, despite former Majority/Minority Leader Harry Reid's defeat last year, and his use of the nuclear option for all nominees and spending bills in December 2015, is as partisan as ever. Both Majority Leader leader Chuck Schumer and Minority Leader Ted Cruz refused to say whether Reid's nuclear option remains in effect.

February 27,2017
China names new leaders


Yu Zhengsheng- Paramount Leader, President Of China, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China


Sun Chunlan- Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China


Zhang Gaoli- Member of the Politburo Standing Committee


Lu Qibao- Member of the Politburo Standing Commitee


Luo- Baoming- Member of the Politburo Standing Commitee


Chen Quanguo- Member of the Politburo Standing committee, First Vice-Premier, Communist Party Chief of Tibet
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« Reply #166 on: March 01, 2014, 03:39:57 PM »

March 8, 2017
Lambertville, New Jersey

Former Governor, EPA Administrator, Christine Todd Whitman Launches bid for Senate Seat
Republicans are primed to gain another seat in New Jersey, as former Governor Christine Todd Whitman announced today in Lambertville that she would run in the Special Election for the seat. She also indicated that if she failed she would not run in 2018's regularly scheduled General Election. Whitman was immediately endorsed by the Log Cabin Republicans, and Senator Kim Guagdano, while the Club for Growth and Tea Party Express both indicated a "strong desire for an alternative". Democrats are still looking for a candidate at this hour.

March 17, 2017

Dutch General Election

D66- Alexander Pechtold 5.5%


CDA- Raymond Knops-(Sybrand Van Haersma Buma was defeated at leadership conference on November 24, 2016) 7%


PVV- Geert Wilders-13%


Socialist Party- Harry Van Bommel (Roemer running for seat in European Parliament) 14.5%


Labour- Jeroen Dijsselbloem (Samsom retiring to return to private business) 27%

VVD- Jeannie Hennis Plasschaert (Rutte retiring to member of Amnesty International Executive Committee) 31%
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« Reply #167 on: March 01, 2014, 07:58:27 PM »

March 26, 2017

Virginia GOP Conventions

Governor


Former Rep. (House Majority Leader) and 2016 Vice-Presidential Nominee Eric Cantor 39%


Former Governor and Senator George Allen (Endorsed by Former Governor Bob McDonnell) 36%


Delegate and Tea Party Activist Jaime Radtke (HD-86) 11%


Horizon Television Founder Tim Donner 9%


Reality TV Star and White House Gate Crasher Tareq Salahi 5%

Lt. Governor

Del. James LeMunyon 52%


Virginia Beach Mayor Will Sessoms 31%


King and Queen's County Sherrif John Charbenau 17%

Attorney General



Former White House Counsel Arthur Culvahouse 62%


Former Attorney General, 2005 Gubernatorial nominee Jerry Kilgore 27%


Former Chief of Staff to Dick Cheney David Addington 11%




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« Reply #168 on: March 02, 2014, 10:59:49 AM »

April 6, 2017

White House Counsel Ruemmeler resigns, cites Bill Clinton making multiple passes towards her


Hillary Clinton never thought that when she asked former White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler to return, that she would have to deal with another "Bill problem".  Ruemmler, in her resignation letter to Hillary and Chief of Staff Terry McAuliffe, said that Bill had made multiple advances towards her since Hillary's swearing in, including at one point showing up her office wearing nothing but a thong. Sources close to the President say she is in a towering temper.

April 9, 2017

Beth Wilkinson named White House Counsel


April 16, 2017

Ian Gershengorn confirmed to Supreme Court
Hillary Clinton in the midst of all the tawdry drama in the White House, has successfully nominated a Supreme Court Justice. Ian Gershengorn was confirmed today after Majority Leader Schumer took down the nuclear option for spending legislation, but kept it in place for nominees. The final vote was 57 votes in favor and 42 votes against (Collins, Gaugdano, Alexander and Moore Capito voting with Democrats, Brodeur abstaining)
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« Reply #169 on: March 02, 2014, 01:01:18 PM »

Bill Clinton in a thong. Um. Wut.
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« Reply #170 on: March 02, 2014, 01:46:42 PM »

Bill Clinton in a thong. Um. Wut.
Trust me, I know it's not the most pretty image...

April 25, 2017

GOP Primary Virginia (Between top two candidates-Governor only)


Eric Cantor (Endorsed by Ken Cuccinelli, Bob McDonnell, Tim Donner, James LeMunyon, John Charbeneau, David Addington and Jamie Ratdke, Sarah Palin and Jim DeMint) 51%


George Allen (Endorsed by Jerry Kilgore and Arthur Culvahouse and the Club for Growth) 49%
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« Reply #171 on: March 02, 2014, 09:39:31 PM »

May 9, 2017

Democratic Primaries- Virginia

Governor

St. Sen George Barker (SD-39) 29%


Former Lt. Governor and Ambassador to Switzerland and Lichtenstein Don Beyer 26%


Former Governor, Lt. Governor and Richmond Mayor Douglas Wilder 25%


St.Sen Henry Marsh (SD-16) 14%


Washington D.C City Council member Mary Cheh 5.72%


Lt. Governor

State Del. Rob Krupicka (HD-45) 24%


Washington D.C City Council Member Muriel Bowser 18%


St. Sen Barbara Favola (SD-31) 17%


Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Rep. Linda Smyth 15%


Petersburg Mayor Brian Moore 13%


Actor Tico Wells 12.4%

Attorney General


State Sen (SD-30) Adam Ebbin 32%


Alexandria Mayor William Eullie 25%


Former Alexandria Mayor and Current Alexandria City Council Member Kerry Donley 16%


Owner of the Washington Wizards, Washington Capitals, Washington Mystics and various venture capital projects Ted Leonsis 15%


St.Sen Toddy Puller (SD-36) 11.9%
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« Reply #172 on: March 03, 2014, 12:38:18 PM »

Bill Clinton in a thong. Um. Wut.
Trust me, I know it's not the most pretty image...

April 25, 2017

GOP Primary Virginia (Between top two candidates-Governor only)


Eric Cantor (Endorsed by Ken Cuccinelli, Bob McDonnell, Tim Donner, James LeMunyon, John Charbeneau, David Addington and Jamie Ratdke, Sarah Palin and Jim DeMint) 51%


George Allen (Endorsed by Jerry Kilgore and Arthur Culvahouse and the Club for Growth) 49%


Oh no. Not Allen AGAIN.

Cantor's the nominee...
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« Reply #173 on: March 03, 2014, 01:28:32 PM »
« Edited: March 03, 2014, 06:25:21 PM by NewYorkExpress »

May 11, 2017

Bulgarian General Elections

President



Socialist Party- Former Minister of Foreign Affairs/Member of European Parliament Ivaio Kalfin 51%



Independent- Incumbent President Rosen Plevneilev 32%


Union of Democratic Forces- Martin Dimitrov 11%


Volen Siderov 6%

Parliament

Attack- 9% of total vote

Bulgarian Communist Party 9.7% of total vote


Bulgarian Socialist Party

Sergiei Stanishev 24% of total vote

Movement for Rights and Freedoms

Luyvti Mestan 26.3% of total vote

Citizens for the European Development of Bulgaria

Yordanka Fandakova 33% of total vote
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« Reply #174 on: March 03, 2014, 07:00:03 PM »

May 16, 2017

Serbian General Elections


Prime Minister Ivicia Dacic 50%


Incumbent President Tomislav Noklic 26%


Tennis Star Novak Djokovic 19.93%


Former Prime Minister Zoran Zivkovic 3%


Nils Mayor Zoran Perisic 1.07%



May 18, 2017

French General Elections

President


Former Prime Minister Francis Fillion 51%


Incumbent Francois Hollande 39%


European Parliament member Marine Le Pen 7%


Former Minister for Vocational Education Jean-Luc Melenchon 3%
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