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2023.03.23 19:14 VariationNo6228 Who needs $7 this bad??? I don’t know who’s worse IC or the customer.

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2023.03.20 01:14 acronson Event digest for week of March 20, 2023

In Search of Colorful Butterflies with Claire Messud ⌧✓
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Lunch with Joseph Greenwell of University Life
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GSAPP Common Circle Debrief
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Signature Speakers Series: James Irungu Mwangi 4-6pm Faculty House 2 Reception foods RSVP here

Center for Teaching & Learning Symposium Reception 4-5pm Low 1 Unspecified refreshments RSVP here

Anti-Gender Politics in Turkey & Beyond ✓ 4:10-5:30pm IAB 7 Rogers Room Reception foods RSVP here

GSAPP NOMAS Portfolio Review 5:30-7:30pm Avery 600 Ware Lounge Unspecified snacks RSVP here

Labor, Power, and the Meaning of Life Group 6-7pm Earl 101 Light snacks

Meaning of Life Reading Group 10:30-11:30am Earl 1 Light breakfast

TC Afternoon Tea Talk 2:30-4pm Grace Dodge 363 (TC) Desserts and tea

ASL/TESOL Rountable Screening of "Arrival" (2016) 6-8pm
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Art in Time of War: Celebrating Ukrainian Culture Mar 27 6:30-9pm Low 1 Reception foods RSVP here

Columbia Neighbors Career Expo ⌧✓ Mar 28 9am-1pm Forum 1 Refreshments/giveaways likely RSVP here

CUIMC Women in Science Lecture Series: Frazer ✣ Mar 28 4-5:15pm 50 Haven Avenue Reception foods RSVP here

‘How Data Happened" Book Launch ✓ Mar 28 6:30-9pm Pulitzer 1 Brown Institute Reception foods RSVP here

LiPS Lecture Series: Anna Lora-Wainwright Mar 28 1:15-2:45pm Fayerweather 209 Boxed lunch from Strokos Deli

Ethics for Lunch Series: Treatment Over Objection ✓✣ March 29 12-1pm Vagelos TBA Unspecified lunch RSVP here

SEAS Colloquium in Interdisciplinary & Applied Math - Andrew Stuart Mar 29 3:45-4:15 Mudd 200 Reception food RSVP here

"The Wayland Rudd Collection" Opening Reception ✓ Mar 29 6:15-8pm IAB 12 Harriman Atrium Reception foods RSVP here

Bundles Communing Scholars Lecture: Carving Architecture & Careers Mar 29 6:30-8pm Forum 1 Reception foods RSVP here

Columbia Stem Cell Initiative WIP Series: Kousteni Lab ✣ Mar 30 11:30am-12:30pm Hammer 401 Pizza and refreshments RSVP here

Awakening Our Democracy: Affirmative Action Mar 30 12-1:30pm Low 1 Refreshments likely RSVP here

Decarbonization, Resilience & Climate Justice Conference Mar 31 9am-7pm Heyman 2 Breakfast and lunch RSVP here

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Columbia Stem Cell Initiative WIP Series: Wang Lab ✣ April 6 11:30am-12:30pm Hammer 401 Pizza and refreshments RSVP here

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LiPS Lecture Series: Mat Coleman Apr 11 1:15-2:45pm Fayerweather 209 Boxed lunch from Strokos Deli

LiPS Lecture Series: Franziska Sielker Apr 18 1:15-2:45pm Fayerweather 209 Boxed lunch from Strokos Deli

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2023.03.02 21:18 Engrenaje Access HRA app and trouble uploading documents

I'm applying in New York and having trouble getting the Access HRA app to recognize my documentation, and was wondering if anyone else has dealt with this and knows what to do.
The primary issue is all of my documents are in PDF form, but the Access HRA app only allows you to "Take a Photo" or "Select a Photo." PDFs appear to not be recognized.
Initially I assumed this just meant I needed to convert the PDFs to jpgs, which are recognized by the Access HRA app. Access HRA is able to see the .jpgs in my phone's camera folder, in my screenshot folder.... virtually, all jpgs.
But when I converted my PDFs to jpgs and saved them to those same folders, the Access HRA app still can't find them. I tried PNG files too, just to see if that changed it, but there's still no luck.
I'm 100% certain the newly made and converted files are in the correct folders. I've even tried things like moving them to the screenshots folder, where I can see the Access HRA app allows me to select from, but the app for some reason just doesn't recognize the documentation. Frustratingly, it does recognize new photos, new screenshots.
I've reset my phone several times and logged in and out of the app even more times, but this hasn't helped.
Does anyone know what might be going on?
I was hoping I could do a workaround of individually taking photos of each and every page on my monitor, but those come out too wavy and grainy to be readable.
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2023.02.25 09:43 diamondhandsmoving HRA moving companies

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2023.02.22 01:16 catespice The State of Play with Trans Rights in Aotearoa

Where are we at with the state of trans rights in Aotearoa New Zealand?

Let’s start with the obvious:
We don’t have the same Human Rights Act protections as most other minority demographics. While ‘sexual orientation’ is listed in the HRA, ‘gender identity’ is not. Currently we rely on a Crown Law opinion that gender identity is covered under the ‘sex’ part of the HRA.
Getting full recognition of gender identity in the HRA is critical to securing our rights – and critical for sending a message to all New Zealanders that discrimination against transgender people is not OK.
Next we have Self-ID.
This comes into effect in June, and brings Birth Certificates in line with the gender marker change rules for Passports and Drivers Licenses. Unfortunately there are no provisions for those born overseas, who cannot change their Birth Certificate in their country of origin. This is another issue that needs to be addressed to secure the rights of all trans people in NZ.
Otherwise we’re doing OK with regards to identity documents for trans people in NZ; we’re definitely ahead of the curve compared to the rest of the world.
On to medical care.
Our DHBs still do not have a universal standard of care, nor do we have any trans specific clinics. Surgeries are poorly funded with (still) very long waiting lists. GPs and endocrinologists are still reluctant to prescribe certain forms of HRT, and feminising injectables are difficult to obtain – in part due to PHARMAC regulations.
Fully subsidised HRT and faster, better access to gender confirming surgeries should be one of our primary goals, in my opinion.

So who is opposing us?

The main group in New Zealand agitating against our rights is a group called “Speak Up For Women NZ”. This group was formed around 2018 by Beth Johnson, Georgina Blackmore and Ani O’Brien. That leadership changed to briefly to Daphna Whitmore and Beth, then more recently to Suzanne Levy and Katrina Biggs. Biggs has since left the leadership role, but is still involved. Currently the sole spokesperson, Levy is regularly consulted on Sean Plunket’s ‘The Platform’ regarding anything vaguely related to trans issues (most recently, consulted on Drag Queen Storytime).
SUFWs platform has always been to deprive trans people of any rights they wish to gain (i.e. Self-ID), and to take away current rights that we have (i.e. the ability for trans women to access women’s spaces). They regularly bombard government departments with demands for consultations and information (i.e. Corrections and Stats NZ) and their current focus appears to be trying to find a person or organisation willing to test the limits of the BDMRR (Self-ID) Act, specifically clause 79(2) in the Act.
They haven’t been successful, and likely will not be successful, as they need a specific combination of factors in play for this to succeed – and even if the stars align for them, any action towards a trans woman could be considered discrimination or harassment.
Who else is there?
Save Women’s Sports Australisia is fronted by Rowena ‘Ro’ Edge in New Zealand and she and her organisation call for a complete ban of trans women from women’s sports. There’s been some limited success, with NZ Boxing banning trans women from women’s events and forcing them into an ‘Open’ category, that presumably any cis man can compete in also. However, due to the low numbers of trans women with any kind of public profile engaged in women’s sports in NZ, there’s a distinct lack of interest from sporting bodies. Trans women aren’t dominating women’s sporting codes; and at best, rules to ban trans women from specific sports will either ban zero trans women, or vanishingly small numbers of trans women (i.e. one or two).
There’s also a bunch of miscellaneous groups, almost one group for every ‘Gender Critical’ person in NZ in fact. Off the top of my head, some of the other groups are:
These groups are highly incestuous and have a lot of crossover, members falling in and out of them due to internal politics and infighting. Notable figures are Jennifer Scott of Suffragettes NZ, Terri Lipanovic of LGBA NZ and Margaret Curnow, who is a member of several groups.

So are we all good in NZ?

Comparatively speaking, we're doing OK.
While we don't have the full protections we need under the HRA, and with the Labour government pulling out of the proposed Hate Speech legislation, we could certainly be doing much better. Politically, it looks very unlikely that any major party in NZ will attempt to use trans people as a political football (unlike in the US and UK), but there is a growing undercurrent of transpohobia in alt-right/far right spaces. Byron C Clark doesn't seem to think there's much to worry about at the moment, however.
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2023.02.21 21:12 HoHangClub Help pls, HSIL with LSIL but p16 staining negative?

I'm 35 yr male in the U.S, just had a surgical excision of one anal wart and the biopsy came as ' High grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (HSIL; AIN-2) arising in a background of condyloma acuminatum with low grade squamous epithelial lesion (LSIL; AIN1). Immunohistochemical stain to p16 fails to show diffuse strong staining. ''
Please help me understand the p16 staining result here please? Is it negative? If so does it still rule out high-risk HPV infection, although there is some HSIL now?
How can I test HPV strains in the anal canal, pap?
How sensitive is the anal pap for high-risk HPV genotypes in anal canal, and what are the best screening tests for HSIL/AIN in anal canal? I saw HRA(high-resolution anoscopy) was mentioned in many medical paper, but not sure how widely used/easy-accessible is it in Texas/U.S?
Any advice and recommendations are greatly appreciated!
(I'm yet for the first follow-up check, very anxious about possible recurrence, I'm taking selenium, zinc and 1g of Vitamin C daily now hope it helps boosting immune, also just received 3rd dose of Gardasil 9).
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2023.02.20 20:51 FfierceLaw Have I been ripped off by my Pharmacy Benefits Manager?

My health insurance has a $2000 deductible that applies to both physician and pharmacy expenses. It is called a “shared deductible plan“ because it comes with a $1000 health reimbursement account that pays the first half of the deductible. I signed on to my Online portal a couple of weeks ago and was surprised to see that over $70 of that 1000 deductible was already consumed. My partner and I only had pharmacy claims until that time and our medication‘s are not expensive. I got into a chat on the pharmacy benefit manager portal and asked for an itemization of how much each medication cost against my health reimbursement account. It is not at all ascertainable on the consumer side of the portal. The guy on the chat was very helpful, he gave me a screenshot of some internal data that showed one single drug cost over $60. This drug should not cost that much. In fact, I filled it today without even using my coverage and paid only $12. I reported this to the insurance company and they called the pharmacy benefits manager while I held. They came back on the line and said that the pharmacy benefits manager claims that it’s actually an $80 drug and the only way my pharmacy could give me the drug for $12 was they had used the coupon. None of this is true. This is a basic generic drug that until recently even cost less than $10. Now I don’t want to even submit any medications for coverage under this plan because I don’t know how much of my HRA they will grab. I don’t have access to the HRA and I don’t spend it, the PDM and the health insurer do. I want my $50 back, which is the difference between what they grabbed for the medication out of my HRA and what it should have cost.
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2023.02.17 23:58 asking-4-a-fiend Can I use the EBT money that accrued in my account since I cancelled SNAP? I just got a letter that seems to say yes.

I'm in NY state. I cancelled my SNAP benefit in mid-January because I no longer needed it. I stopped using EBT right then because I wasn't sure if I could still legally use it.
Today I got a "Notice of Decision" letter. It says my benefits will be discontinued in late February, and because that date is after Feb 2, I can still access my benefits for February. For 274 days!
The AccessHRA app says I have over $1,500 remaining, so that's February plus January. So am I reading this right? Can I really use this EBT money and not worry that I'll have to pay it back?
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2023.02.15 03:28 dustyblue3 RE: NYC SNAP and MARCH 2023

I have NYC SNAP as a Single Person~ $281 per Month. Yet recieved a Letter with the announcement that the Emergency Allotment added (during Co-Vid) will end at the end of Feburary. Yet they never mentioned what my SNAP Amount will be when it's issued on March 2nd, 2023, when the Extra funds go away?
Can anyone share what my March SNAP will be, so I can Plan accordingly. Appreciate.
Also, I applied for Cash Assistance on 1/19/23, with documents, I had my phone interview on a Saturday on 2/4/23. Yet when I log on to HRA ACCESS~ it is NOT DOCUMENTED there that I had an Interview? Today is 2/14/23 and still do not see? In these day an age of Technology~it should be shown I had a confirmed Interview, even with yes understanding HRA is backed logged. Can anyone give insights for this and should I go to my Local HRA Office at Bergen St to make sure, my Interview has been confirmed and documented? Appreciate! Thanks
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2023.02.07 05:35 Dr_Occisor The 1924 Election - PSUS History

The 1924 Election - PSUS History

Map of the United States, 1920
A summary of the Term of President Warren G. Harding and First Term of President John F. Fitzgerald
President Warren G. Harding (1921-1923), John F. Fitzgerald (1923-1925)
Vice President John F. Fitzgerald (1921-1923), Aurelian Shaft (1923-1925)
Secretary of State Charles E. Hughes (1921-1925)
Secretary of the Treasury Herbert Hoover (1921-1925)
Secretary of Commerce Stanford Cabot (1921-1924), Robert P. Lamont (1924-1925)
Undersecretary of Commerce for Labour James J. Davis (1921-1925)
Secretary of Defense William W. Lincoln III (1918-1925)
Undersecretary of Defense for the Army John W. Weeks (1921-1925)
Undersecretary of Defense for the Navy Edwin Denby (1921-1925)
Undersecretary of Defense for the Airforce William Mitchell (1921-1925)
Attorney General Gregory Anderson VI (1921-1922), Hiram W. Evans (1922-1925), Clarence Darrow (1925), William Jennings Bryan (1925-1925)
Postmaster General Hubert Work (1921-1923), Charles W. Bryan (1923-1925)
Secretary of the Interior Robert Henderson (1914-1923), Albert Fall (1923-1925)
Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace (1921-1923), William Jennings Bryan (1923-1925), Frederick Uperson (1925-1925)
Secretary of Health Charles E. Sawyer (1921-1925)
Secretary of Transportation Waddler Vandergrift (1921-1923), Joshua W. Alexander (1923-1925)
Secretary of Immigration Grace Abbot (1909-1925)
Minister to Britain George Harvey (1921-1923), Frank B. Kellogg (1923-1925)
Minister to France Myron T. Herrick (1921-1925)
Minister to Germany Alanson Houghton (1921-1925)
Minister to Mexico Charles B. Warren (1921-1925)

The Beginning of the Debs’ Recession - December 1920
As President Eugene Debs departed from office, following a historic twelve-year tenure, the nation found itself in the grip of a recession. The newly elected President Warren G. Harding, who emerged victorious in a landslide election, inherited an economy in dire straits. The root cause of this economic downturn can be traced back to the exclusion of the United States from the new trade bloc formed by Imperial Germany and its European allies.
This trade bloc, which came into being following Germany's decisive victory over Russia, France, and Austria, has left the United States on the outside looking in. As a result, American businesses have been dealt a severe blow by the loss of access to the lucrative European market. Industries such as steel and manufacturing have been particularly hard hit. Furthermore, the closure of arms and munitions production industries, which had been booming during the war, has also contributed to the recession. The sudden drop in demand for these goods has led to mass layoffs and factory closures.
The previous administration of President Debs made several attempts to negotiate a trade agreement with the bloc, but these efforts ultimately proved unsuccessful. Some experts posit that the President's controversial foreign policy stance, which prioritised peace and diplomacy over economic interests, played a role in the failure of these negotiations.
The recession has also led to an increase in unemployment, as many businesses struggle to stay afloat in the face of decreased demand for their products. It has been reported that there exist within the Harding Treasury Department plans to stimulate the economy through tax cuts and government spending on infrastructure projects.
Despite the current economic difficulties, many Americans remained optimistic. As President Harding stated in his inaugural address, 'We shall not be defeated by this economic setback. The United States has always been a nation of resilience and resourcefulness, and we shall emerge stronger than ever.'
The Harding Administration began taking steps towards reopening trade negotiations with the European nations and rebuilding the industries that were severely affected by the recession. The government is also focusing on creating jobs and providing financial assistance to those who have been affected by the economic downturn, along with providing a 4% income tax cut to Americans.
As for the cause of this recession, it is clear that the exclusion from the trade bloc formed by Imperial Germany has played a significant role, but it is also important to note that other factors such as the closure of the arms and munitions production industries and the previous administration's foreign policy stance have also contributed to the current economic situation.
Going into the 1924 election, the recession is ongoing, Harding and Fitzgerald having taken steps to mitigate the effects.
Yellowstone Scandal - February 1921
Secretary of the Interior Robert Henderson, before beginning his political career, made a fortune in business. In January 1923, he had an estimated net-worth of 65 Million USD, placing him as the 20th richest American in the country. A visionary for the future, Henderson sought to use his fortune to accomplish his high goals. Henderson’s largest project was what he referred to as “Eleutheria”, a massive planned city in the middle of Yellowstone State, a city for the future, to live, work, and design technology in. Henderson’s method of obtaining the land, however, brought significant controversy to the office.
In February, accusations of corruption by Herald Reporter Lincoln Steffens against Henderson were brought up. In his oversight of the Yellowstone Territory, Henderson allegedly made several sales of land and material to himself or companies backed by himself, in the papers released by Steffens, these purchases connected to the Eleutheria project.
The United States Attorney's Office for Yellowstone, Idaho, and Sarge began an inquiry into the business deals of Secretary Henderson, following the papers' release.
Appointed first by President Debs, Secretary Henderson represented the bureaucratic civil service - members of the administration who are not partisan-inclined, but instead are appointed from the ranks of civil service. Henderson's first appointment by President Debs was also in question, as rumours over his qualifications and bribery emerged, due to the Secretary's young age at the time of his appointment.
Eventually, the accusations became too much for the Liberal administration, and in August 1923, newly inaugurated President Fitzgerald dismissed the Interior Secretary.
The proposed location for Eleutheria, 1921
The Healthcare Reorganisation Act - March 1922
In 1916, President Debs, using his recently gained congressional majority, passed his magnum opus. The American Health Reform Act, authored by Vice President John McCarthy, established a single payer Universal Healthcare system. However, the system established itself contained several notable flaws. McCarthy’s act provided $103 USD of Coverage for every American, regardless of income, and did not set any premium or deductible.
McCarthy’s healthcare costed an estimated 4$ Billion USD annually, and accounted for nearly half of the federal budget. Seeking to replace the act, Secretary of the Treasury Herbert Hoover, in cooperation with the Department of Health, drafted a replacement for the AHRA, known as the Healthcare Reorganisation Act, or HRA.
The HRA established a system of insurance premiums, extended coverage for the lower classes, and a larger deductible for the upper class. Coverage for the poor was set at a maximum of $250, with a $5 dollar monthly premium for the service. The amount of coverage lowered and the premium plus deductible grew as the income brackets grew, with no coverage being provided to those making above $100,000 USD per year.
With the addition of the premium, the HRA was able to reduce the cost of the Government Healthcare Program from $4 Billion to $167 Million, while nearly doubling coverage. This act, while commended by Liberals, became a subject of controversy among the Democratic-Labour party
The US House voting on the HRA, 1922
War of Hawaiian Succession - December 1920 - Current
In December 1920, the death of the King of Hawaii prompted a multi-sided civil war to break out. Initially, power was peacefully transferred to the current Prime Minister of Hawaii, Alexander Luthor von Morgenstern. The ability to appoint a PM, a power of the King, being concentrated on the current PM of the country raised alarms of some in Hawaii, who attacked Alexander for trying to consolidate power. Hawaii exists as a diarchy, with one King chosen by the von Morgenstern family and another chosen by Hawaiian nobles. Due to a concerted effort to homogenise the island chain by the previous king, Lukas, the nobles have become less native Hawaiian and in 1917, elected Takayuki Kobayashi, a Jewish-Japanese resident of Hawaii, to the position of King. On December 10th, a large Japanese fleet arrived in Honolulu harbour and succeeded in occupying the city and taking the van Morgenstern family hostage. The family was then forced to hold another vote declaring Kobayashi to hold both thrones of Hawaii, uniting the two crowns in a single man.
The war of succession intensified when the Republican of Hawaii was established, founded by Mohamad Al-juzor, a Lebanese-Hawaiian politician and former ally of Alexander. After many of the northwestern islands were seized by Japanese-aligned forces, the Golden Circle Company, which holds land in Central America, sent a fleet to blockade the islands and support the Republic. The GCC was successful in defeating a left-wing faction of the republic that had taken control of the island of Lana’i, but after Japan begun an offensive into Republican-held land, made possibly by a troop surge, the Republic was defeated. Shortly after the defeat of the republic, the Japanese-backed Kobayashi kingdom took control of all islands except for the big island of Hawaii. In an attempt to weaken the resolve of the Japanese, the van Morgenstern-led kingdom orchestrated a number of assassinations of Hawaiians collaborating with the Kobayashi regime. The Kingdom also unintentionally destroyed the entire settlement of New Jerusalem on the island of Ni’ihau when a bomb was set off on a ship containing large amounts of High Explosives. The explosion, which was roughly equivalent to 3 kilotons of TNT, also damaged several Japanese navy vessels.
The New Jerusalem Disaster
After the New Jerusalem explosion, Japanese forces made successful landings on the island of Hawaii, with limited success inland. War crimes were reported by both sides and a was of propaganda took place in America and the rest of the world. In Japan, increasingly violent anti war protests, funded extensively by the Hawaiian regime, have forced the government to commit to a plan of “Hawaiianization” and eventual withdrawal after the Imperial Diet was stormed. The German Empire has also engaged in negotiations with both sides, seeking to form either a protectorate over von Morgenstern-led Hawaii or a condominium with the Japanese. The war effort by the Japanese has stalled and their attempt to take the island of Hawaii is still in progress on election day
The situation on Big Island, November 1924
Death of President Harding - July 1923
The President had been ill for several days before his death on July 25th, however with the 1924 Election gripping the minds of the President and the Cabinet, no attention was paid to this illness. Senator Sinclair’s Presidential announcement only heightened this fear. On the morning of July 25th, President Harding, Vice President Fitzgerald, Secretary Hoover, and the Mayor of New York Hylan, met in the city to discuss the recently passed Welfare Act, which began the process of handing over the Debs-era Welfare programs to the individual states. While walking out of the meeting, President Harding suddenly began gasping for air, before collapsing on the ground. His final words were believed to have been a curse on his predecessor, President Debs. The President was rushed to a nearby medical facility, where he was declared dead.
Soon after, Secretary Hoover swore new President John Fitzgerald into the office. Fitzgerald’s first, and most controversial move, was to name Aurelian Shaft as the next Vice President. The 76-year-old Texan Senator had been the chairman of the Association for American Interests for over two decades, building a fortune of $1.45 Billion USD off of the backs of the mass exploitation of the people and resources of Central America, by far the largest in the United States.
Shaft would get the opportunity to hold the powers of the Presidency in late 1924, after President Fitzgerald was hospitalised as the result of a fall, making the now 77-year-old acting President for several weeks. By November, the powers had been returned to Fitzgerald.
Newspaper heading from 1923, announcing the death of Harding
Knock, Knock, it’s the United States - December 1920 to Current
Only a few weeks into the intervention of the United States into the chaotic Mexican Civil War, the balance of power among the different factions quickly and dramatically shifted. Factions that were situated mostly in the north, especially the Villistas and the Neo-Reyes Clique, both lost large amounts of land. In the case of the Villistas, the sudden occupation of the vast majority of its land has led the Right-Zapatistas to leave its alliance with it; while the Neo-Reyes Clique, after being rejected by the Republican Front, are currently divided on whether to seek a non-aggression pact with the United States, or to join the Cotilla Government.
The Maderistas and Carrancistas, citing their relative agreement ideologically, have agreed to fully merge into a multi-party republican government. The Obregonistas, after seeking reconciliation with the Currancistas, have also been accepted into the united government. In the East, the bombing of monarchist factions by the United States has been quite effective thus far, drastically weakening the Imperial Coalition's Government to keep itself firmly together.
In the south, the invasion of the United States only justified the anti-foreign sentiment of the ultranationalist Nacionalistas and the regionalist Magonistas; the latter of which grew quickly in territory that the faction was allowed to form an official government, the Mexican Revolutionary Confederation. The United States strangely did not enter Right-Zapatista land despite bordering it, while the Left-Zapatistas seemed to be able to expand in ways that it could not previously fund itself to do so.
State of the War, December 1920
After Warren G. Harding began his term as President, the scale of the American intervention increased dramatically. The American army near the Mexican-American border continued their pursuit of a strategy that targeted socialist groups that threatened the safety of American settlements near Mexico, a strategy that soon after resulted in the complete obliteration of the Villista faction, and the Zapatista forces in the north.
The entrance of President Harding also resulted in a radical shift in the American attitude towards the Zapatistas - funding towards the group immediately ceased, while bombing campaigns by the American Air Force heavily weakened the faction, despite the negotiated merge of the Left and Right Zapatistas.
The tactic of quickly and precisely manoeuvring through Mexico with advanced technology by the Golden Circle allowed it to penetrate deep into the former heartland of the Zapatista, placing the Golden Circle in closer proximity with Mexico City. Meanwhile, American forces took over significant portions of the deep south of Mexico, destroying all except one of the military juntas in cooperation with the Cotilla Government. With increased funding towards the Imperial Coalition (now officially named the Holy Kingdom of Mexico) and the limited monarchy of Cotilla, these factions were able to consolidate their influence in their respective regions.
However, this also came with a number of unintended consequences. The sometimes contradictory approaches of the United States, forcefully crossing into monarchist territory, and the Golden Circle, quickly conquering the southern half of Mexico, led to clashes and skirmishes between the two groups; the anarchy left in certain zones also led to the takeover of gangs over large swaths of land. The extremist coalition of fascists, libertarian Marxists, and Anarcho-Communists, the FLR, became the largest, and sometimes, sole opposition to the corruption-ridden Republicans and the dictatorial Monarchists, resulting in their rise in support, and in turn power, in rural areas of Mexico. Most notably of this was the sudden expansion of the Nacionalistas. This sent a wave of terror for the rise of extremist fascism/socialism among the Mexican elite and American commanders, leaving many puzzled as to what the approach towards these groups should be.
Lastly, in the northwest, the Republican front decides to mostly maintain existing land to build a working government in the area. This was mostly successful due to the relative lack of foreign intervention; while the continued decline of Huerta's grip on power led to the expected stagnation of the faction. As of the 1924 Election, the Civil War, and America’s involvement, is ongoing.
State of the War, March 1922
State of the War, November 1924
The Candidates
John F. Fitzgerald is the 61-year-old incumbent President of the United States, and the Liberal Party nominee for the President. Fitzgerald had a significantly difficult time receiving renomination at the convention, with freshman Senator Kermit Roosevelt challenging the President for his position. Roosevelt argued the President held “outdated beliefs” and that a new candidate needed to be chosen in order to win against the radical Upton Sinclair. After several ballots, however, Fitzgerald managed to secure renomination, this confirmation coming alongside several deals and series of negotiations made with his opponents.
Secretary of the Treasury Herbert Hoover was Fitzgerald’s endorsed running mate, however, Hoover rescinded his candidacy and instead endorsed Senator Roosevelt for the position, arguing party unity was what was truly needed for victory. Roosevelt, however, refused, and instead announced he would run a third party campaign with the intent of providing a third party option. In replacement of Roosevelt, the Governor of Massachusetts, Calvin Coolidge, was chosen as the Vice Presidential Candidate. Fitzgerald runs on a platform of economic stability, continuing to lower the high Debs-era taxation policies and further reform the healthcare system. He has been heavily criticised for his controversial cancellation of the ETIMA, a national Energy program started under President Debs. This cancellation contributed to his decline in nation-wide approval, which currently sits at 46% to 46% as of election day. He has also been criticised for his appointment of billionaire Aurelian Shaft to the position of Vice President, due to the brutal methods and tactics in which Shaft made his $1.45 Billion USD fortune.
President John F. Fitzgerald, Liberal Nominee for President
Governor Calvin Coolidge, Liberal Nominee for Vice President

Upton Sinclair is a 46-year-old United States Senator for California, and Democratic-Labour Nominee for President. Sinclair was first elected to the Senate in 1906 as a member of the Union Party. During his tenure in the Senate, he earned a reputation for his no-compromise stances on certain issues, such as Healthcare and America’s foreign policy. He runs on his so-called “unapologetic socialist platform”, which calls for the implementation of many Debs-era programs, such as the extensive welfare and the popular ETIMA. Alike his Liberal counterpart, his nomination too came with controversy, with Louisiana Senator Andrew Lattimore, a champion figure in the southern caucus of the Democratic-Labour Party, initially presumed to win the convention until Sinclair managed to convince enough delegates to back his bid for the Presidency, convincing many that Lattimore was simply too moderate, and would lead to another landslide loss like fellow Moderate McCarthy delivered in 1920.
His most controversial move came in 1916, when he attempted to overturn the Presidential Election results in the states of California, Oregon, Illuvia, and Washoe, arguing that fraud had taken place that allowed for a Liberal victory in the four states, even though President Debs had won the national election. He has also been criticised for statements he made at the 1920 Democratic-Labour Convention, when he challenged then-Vice President McCarthy for the Presidential nomination. Sinclair argued that moderate voters weren’t worth extensive focus, and that the party should instead double down on the socialist rhetoric of Debs, the most memorable of the Senator’s statements during this convention being “Moderates aren’t worth a token of trouble”. He has selected the Governor of Sauk and former Progressive Robert Marion LaFollette, or “Fighting Bob”, as his running mate, who is often referred to as simply Robert Marion after francophobic fears spread across the country in the aftermath of the War of the 8th Coalition.
Senator Upton Sinclair, Democratic-Labour Nominee for President
Governor Robert Marion LaFollette, Democratic-Labour Nominee for Vice President
Henry Ford is the 61-year-old Governor of Michigan, and Progress Nominee for President. His third bid under the same banner, Henry Ford offers a moderate compromise between the radical policies of Sinclair and the conservative policies of Fitzgerald. Ford started his career in politics as Attorney General under President Debs, assisting in the investigation into the UKA and other illegal organisations under the President’s watch. First seeking the Presidency in 1912, Ford ran under the banner of the National Reformist Party, the predecessor to the Progress party. He received 26.5% of the vote, the best showing for a third-party since 1892. However, his luck ran out in 1916, after receiving 18.5%. After an 8 year hiatus, he is back on the ballot.
Ford has been criticised for his controversial past statements on specific religious minorities, particularly the Jewish community. Critics also label him as “out of touch” with the American people, these comments being in regard to his fortune of $110 Million USD made in the automotive industry, his fortune placing him as the tenth richest American as of 1923. Harry Truman, a judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, is his running mate.
Governor Henry Ford, Progress Nominee for President
Judge Harry Truman, Progress Nominee for Vice President
Other Candidates
Kermit Roosevelt is a 35-year-old US Senator for Pennsylvania, and joint Salvation Party / Independent Candidate for President, and son of former President Theodore Roosevelt. Roosevelt, initially a Liberal, challenged President Fitzgerald for the party’s nomination in 1924, citing controversial moves made by the President and the general disapproving attitude of the nation as reason for his bid. Although failing to win the nomination, he and some of his supporters launched a third party campaign for the Presidency, adopting a platform that advocates for most of what he tried to win the party’s nomination on, including, the enactment of strict limits and disclosure requirements on political campaign contributions, the creation of legislation providing workers' compensation for workplace-related injuries, the creation a federal securities commission to regulate and stabilise banking, the providing farm relief to the many agricultural workers of this nation through agricultural subsidies, providing of financial assistance to farmers who are struggling due to an excess crop supply creating low prices, and tax credits for agricultural cooperatives, and the modernisation the navy and comprehensive army reform, as well as a generally hawkish stance.
Roosevelt has been criticised for his bid for President, many arguing it is an attempt to prevent President Fitzgerald from winning the election. His hawkish stance on issues has also put off many voters, as support for war or efforts against neutrality being viewed upon negatively by the majority of the public. Despite these controversies, Roosevelt has managed to achieve ballot-hood in several states on the East Coast, in the Rust Belt, Coal Region, and West Coast, however has not achieved universal ballot hood. He runs with William W. Lincoln III, a 1920 Presidential Candidate.
Senator Kermit Roosevelt, Salvation / Independent Candidate for President
Secretary William W. Lincoln III, Salvation / Independent Candidate for Vice President
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2023.01.24 09:55 Karsaathi4872 Why digital trust is so important in 2023?

Why digital trust is so important in 2023?

Why digital trust is so important?

Digital trust is important for a number of reasons:
  1. Security: Digital trust ensures the security of transactions and data by using advanced cryptographic algorithms to secure the information stored on the blockchain. This makes it virtually impossible to alter or tamper with the information, which reduces the risk of fraud and hacking.
  2. Transparency: Digital trust ensures transparency in transactions by providing a decentralized and open-source system for recording and verifying transactions. This allows all parties involved in the transaction to access and verify the information, which increases transparency and reduces the risk of fraud or manipulation.
  3. Decentralization: Digital trust ensures decentralization by eliminating the need for a central point of control. This reduces the risk of single point of failure and makes the system more resilient to attacks.
  4. Efficiency: Digital trust can increase efficiency by automating the process of recording and verifying transactions through smart contracts. This reduces the need for intermediaries and can save time and money.
  5. Compliance: Digital trust can ensure compliance with regulatory standards and laws by providing a tamper-proof and verifiable record of transactions. This can help to reduce the risk of regulatory fines or penalties.
  6. Innovation: Digital trust can foster innovation by creating a secure and transparent environment for the development and deployment of new technologies, such as smart contracts and decentralized applications.
In the current digital world, where most of the transactions and data are stored and handled electronically, digital trust is increasingly important to ensure the security, transparency, and integrity of transactions and data. It also ensures the compliance with laws and regulations, fostering innovation and increasing efficiency.

What is digital trust in Blockchain?

Digital trust in the context of blockchain refers to the trust that is established through the use of digital technologies, specifically blockchain, to secure and verify transactions.
Blockchain is a decentralized digital ledger that is used to record and verify transactions. It is a secure and transparent method of recording and verifying data, as each block in the chain contains a unique code that verifies the authenticity of the information it contains. This makes it virtually impossible to alter or tamper with the information stored on the blockchain, which establishes a high level of trust in the system.
One of the key features of blockchain that establishes digital trust is the use of cryptography to secure transactions. Each block in the blockchain is linked to the previous block through a unique code, or hash, which is generated using advanced cryptographic algorithms. This makes it virtually impossible to alter or tamper with the information stored in a block without being detected.
Another feature that establishes digital trust in blockchain is the decentralized nature of the system. In a decentralized blockchain network, transactions are verified and recorded by a network of computers, rather than a central authority. This eliminates the need for a central point of control and reduces the risk of fraud or manipulation.
In addition to these technical features, digital trust in blockchain is also established through the use of smart contracts. Smart contracts are self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement between buyer and seller being directly written into lines of code. Once the contract is signed, the code automatically executes and enforce the agreement, this feature further reduces the risk of fraud and increases the level of trust in the system.
Overall, digital trust in blockchain is established through the use of advanced cryptographic algorithms, decentralized networks, and smart contracts, which work together to create a secure and transparent system for recording and verifying transactions.
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2023.01.18 16:47 AppleApple89 Access HRA NY App

I’m in NYC and I am trying to upload documents for my recertification but the app has been down since yesterday. Can anybody tell me if they are having the same issue or if it’s just me. I have tried calling the number but I am on hold for an hour with no answer
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2023.01.17 18:12 Barry1m HRA Funds NOT Available until 03feb2023

Existing HRA and FHA funds that were in VIA were closed out on 13jan2023 per the notices to request any 2022 reimbursements before that date.
Today (17jan2023) when my fund (over $30k) still did not show up in Optum Bank, I called. Was told that funds would not be available until 03feb2023.
  1. Why the delay?
  2. Who gets interest/use of funds during the delay?
  3. What about reimbursement for 2023 expenses already expended?
Is this another financial engineering ploy?
This is NOT how to treat retirees (voluntary or involuntary)!
First we are forced to take UHS Medicare Advantage to even have access to FHA monies and now we can't access those monies for a month.
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2023.01.17 16:24 oatmilklatteventi EBT food stamps funds stolen

Someone in another state used all my funds from my EBT card (NY State)
Has anyone been through this and been successful in getting their funds back? I called access HRA and they said that they will not issue funds that were stolen. I called the number on the back of my card and they said that they do not handle that and that I should call the office that issues the funds.
Anyone have any tips for what else I can do?
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2023.01.09 20:45 wiwbp Ebt one time payment questions (NYC)

I got approved for EBT about a week or so ago and currently waiting on my card. On the HRA main page, I cannot access my detailed case information, but I can see that my enrollment status says one time payment, I’m assuming that this means that I will only receive 1 payment at all. Is this the case? The last time I had EBT was over the pandemic, and it lasted for a a little over a year, so I’m a little confused by this status, and not being able to contact anyone or see my detailed info is contributing to this. I want to be able to update my case information if need be when tax season starts because I have had inconsistent income for most of 2022, and haven’t been able to feed myself on the tail end of the year.
Been on hold for about 45 minutes and the online system has apparently been down for maintenance for 2 weeks ): please help!!
Update: I reached out to some of my community and they explained to me that they experienced the same situation when trying to recertify their benefits a while back by starting a new application and keep doing it until they were able to get approved for a long term period. Also apparently the website has been ‘under maintenance’ for months, no one has been picking up the phone, and ever since the city opened back up, it’s been more difficult to get benefits. Most likely I’ll have do this this, which is frustrating. I think I’m going to continue updating this post so that anyone experiencing the same can refer to it. Wish me luck yall!
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2022.12.28 10:10 Karsaathi4872 Decentralized Finance

Decentralized finance (DeFi) refers to financial applications and services that are built on blockchain technology and operate in a decentralized manner, without the need for intermediaries such as banks or financial institutions. DeFi aims to provide financial services that are transparent, secure, and accessible to everyone, regardless of location or financial status.
Some examples of DeFi services include peer-to-peer lending platforms, stablecoins, decentralized exchanges, and insurance protocols. DeFi has the potential to disrupt traditional financial systems and increase financial inclusion by making financial services available to people who may not have access to traditional banking or financial institutions.
However, DeFi is still a relatively new and rapidly evolving field, and it’s important to be aware of the risks and potential challenges, such as regulatory uncertainty, technical complexity, and security vulnerabilities. It’s important to carefully research and evaluate DeFi projects before participating.
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2022.12.28 10:09 Karsaathi4872 Open Banking

Open banking is a financial services model in which banks and other financial institutions allow third-party developers to access their customers’ financial data and transactions through APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). This enables the development of new financial products and services, such as budgeting tools, payment apps, and financial advisors, that can be customized to meet the needs of individual consumers.
Open banking can also enable consumers to have greater control over their financial data and make it easier for them to switch between financial institutions. It can also increase competition among financial institutions and potentially lead to lower fees and better services for consumers.
Open banking is regulated by government agencies in many countries to ensure consumer protection and data privacy. It’s important for consumers to be aware of the terms and conditions of open banking services and to carefully review the security measures in place to protect their financial data.
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2022.12.28 10:08 Karsaathi4872 Digital Banks

Digital banks, also known as online banks or neobanks, are banks that operate primarily or exclusively online. They offer many of the same financial products and services as traditional banks, such as checking and savings accounts, loans, and credit cards, but they often have lower fees and offer more convenient and user-friendly digital experiences.
Digital banks may be entirely digital, with no physical branches, or they may be traditional banks that have a strong online presence in addition to physical branches. Some digital banks are standalone companies, while others are subsidiaries of traditional banks.
One advantage of digital banks is that they can offer 24/7 access to financial services through their websites and mobile apps, making it easier for consumers to manage their finances on the go. They may also offer features such as automatic budgeting and saving tools and the ability to make payments through mobile devices.
It’s important for consumers to carefully research and compare digital banks to find one that meets their needs and offers the features and security they are looking for.
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2022.12.28 10:06 Karsaathi4872 WealthTech

WealthTech refers to financial technology companies that offer products and services related to wealth management, such as investment portfolios, financial planning, and asset management. WealthTech companies often use advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and data analytics to provide personalized and efficient financial services to their customers.
WealthTech companies can offer a range of services, including robo-advisory platforms that use algorithms to create and manage investment portfolios, financial planning tools that help individuals and families manage their finances and reach their financial goals, and asset management platforms that allow investors to manage and track their investments online.
WealthTech has the potential to disrupt traditional wealth management services and make financial advice and services more accessible and affordable for a wider range of people. It’s important for investors to carefully research and evaluate WealthTech products and services before using them, to ensure that they meet their needs and align with their financial goals.
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2022.12.21 02:22 Bwillz80 Reserve Accessions Process

I am an MSIV commissioning into the Army Reserves in May.
Has anyone else that is going reserves been placed in a unit/received their branch? Or is everyone else also waiting for an OPORD from Army Reserve that is supposed to rank us all according to OML before allowing us to submit VHRs? My HRA is silent and doesn't know anything that I don't already know. In November I got an email from the Reserves saying we would all be ranked and assigned time slots to apply for vacancies in December, but I have heard nothing since.
It seems like the process for reserve accessions has been changed, since in the past, cadets have been able to secure VHRs by talking to units directly, much like in the NG. Now, I have been told by Cadet Command to not contact units, and rather to wait my turn until told to apply.
Is everyone else going reserves in the same boat?
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