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[Insider Media] - Pressure Technologies' John Hayward said it was important the right sort of businesses were encouraged to invest in the region and welcomed Rolls Royce. However, he warned the shortage of trained engineers was a potential stumbling block.
[Insider Media] - John Hayward, chief executive at Pressure Technologies, said: "There's a ridiculous image among teachers of manufacturing taking place in dark, satanic mills where people die horrible deaths or come home dirty and sweaty. "We've been getting something
[Wicked Local] - Precinct 5: Elaine Dratch, John Hayward, James Lowry, Sam Silverman, Lisa Smith, Taylor Lahiff, Marc Saint Louis. Precinct 6: Edmund Grant, Jane Pagett, Bebe Fallick, Sheldon Spector, Edith Sandy, Todd Cataldo, Osman Babson. Precinct 7: Marsha Baker
Sir John Hayward (c – 27 June 1627) was an English historian, lawyer and politician. Biography [ edit ] Hayward was born at or near Felixstowe , Suffolk , where he was educated, and afterwards went to Pembroke College, Cambridge , where he was awarded BA in 1581, MA in and LLD in
[Human Events] - by John Hayward Who's up for a little street justice? The New Black Panther Party, for starters. They're circulating a “Wanted: Dead or Alive” poster for George Zimmerman, the 28-year-old neighborhood watch volunteer who shot 17-year-old black youth
[Human Events] - by John Hayward This seems like a good day to catch up on weird things people with access to television cameras have said, in the wake of the Sanford shooting. Here we have Geraldo Rivera spraying his opinions all over the place on Fox News: The Blaze
[Human Events] - by John Hayward The town of Clintonville, Wisconsin, population 4600, is booming, and not just in the economic sense. For the past week, weird booming noises have been coming from beneath the ground, almost every night. They seem to have no fixed
[Human Events] - by John Hayward This week marks the second birthday of ObamaCare, among the greatest legislative disasters in American history. By even the most conservative estimates, its costs are more than double what we were originally promised.
[Human Events] - by John Hayward MSNBC gave Martin Bashir the night off on Thursday. On the off chance someone might watch the show and notice his absence, they tapped Democrat consultant Karen Finney to sit in. Finney decided to hold forth on the shooting of Treyvon
[Human Events] - by John Hayward Rolling into Boulder City, Nevada on the mighty cloud of carbon created by his immense fleet of aircraft and limousines, President Obama appeared at the Copper Mountain solar facility to boast of his investment genius, more dazzling
[Human Events] - by John Hayward The House of Representatives voted to repeal the Independent Payment Advisory Board, the ObamaCare “death panel” of 15 unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats who would ration health care for seniors, and impose price controls on
[Human Events] - by John Hayward On Thursday, President Obama will make a symbolic appearance in Cushing, Oklahoma, to take credit for the half of the Keystone XL pipeline that he has absolutely nothing to do with. It cannot be stressed enough that Obama's appearance
[Human Events] - by John Hayward On Tuesday, Fluke spoke at an event at the US Capitol in celebration of women's history month. After the event, CNSNews.com asked Fluke: “Were you aware of the Target store that's 3 miles from Georgetown Law that sells a month's supply
[Human Events] - by John Hayward The classic Kubler-Ross model suggests that people pass through five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. CNN Money does its level best to help Americans reach the final stage, and accept the
[Human Events] - by John Hayward Mike and Chantell Sackett have prevailed in their Supreme Court case against the Environmental Protection Agency, winning the “right to a direct, meaningful judicial review” of the EPA's effective seizure of their property under
[Human Events] - by John Hayward We're awash in statistics and metrics these days, many of them contradictory. Numbers can be easily slanted or misrepresented for political effect, leaving voters to reconcile the difference between the reality they perceive