June 16, 2019
  • 6:57 pm Single Mothers Face Challenges
  • 11:35 am The 1 thing that drives Donald Trump totally crazy about the Mueller investigation
  • 11:52 am Volkswagen to spend $50 billion on electric car ‘offensive’
  • 11:56 am Due to wildfires, California now has the most polluted cities in the world
  • 11:42 am Anti-Pelosi vote grows to 18 Democrats as Spanberger says she won’t back her

Single mothers face challenges at each demonstration of their lives. They have a tendency towards the requirements of the children and struggle tough to send these phones proper schools for any good education. They don’t mind whatsoever to operate hard and harder simply to offer their kids an appropriate life. Considerable insufficient education is seen in single moms because of that they hardly progress within their careers or even work on 2-3 jobs to barely earn enough for his or her family. Realizing this case, many states in U. S have confidence in providing state grants to make education more accessible on their behalf. Florida scholarships for single mothers’ are for that noble reason for having the ability to provide education towards the mothers with no financial restrictions for them.

scholarships for college Is Education Beyond Classroom Important For Students?http://www.powerfulschools.org 5m 42sThere are lots of scholarships obtainable in your Florida that is provided depending on various criteria and scenarios so the educational funding can be obtained to large portion of single moms. Students who’ve been residing in the Brevard County for 2 years or have graduated from the Brevard County senior high school could be qualified for Frederick W. and Grace P. Brecht Scholarships. Full-time students with decent character studying for degree programs in a university or college in Florida as well as using a GPA of two or over are entitled for $1000 through the state as scholarship amount. Addititionally there is the Mary Ellen Burnett Scholarship that was founded within the memory of her beloved father George H. Burnett. This really is granted to graduates of Eustis, Mount Dora, South Lake, East Ridge, Tavares, Leesburg or Umatilla Senior high school and who plan to attend the University of Florida, are chosen with this award. Between the eligible students, priority is offered to physically and emotionally handicapped, deaf, learning disabled and gifted students and secondly towards the students who intend to earn a diploma in agriculture. This merit-based scholarship comes down to $500 and above.

A general listing of the different other Florida scholarships open to single moms continues to be mentioned below in brief:

American Cancer Society, Florida Division ROCK Scholarship Program – This scholarship program reaches to a large number of undergraduates, about 150-175 as a whole, their studies at Florida college. The scholarship amount is between $1850 to $2300.

Critical Teacher Shortage Tuition Reimbursement-Florida – This scholarships emerges to both graduates and undergraduates attending any Florida college and also the amount ranges between $702 to $2808.

Ethics running a business Scholarship – Within this program, the scholarship amount is unspecified also it is out undergrads at any Florida colleges.

Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges Scholarship Program – The scholarship amount within this program is $3500 and it is granted to about 225 freshmen undergraduates attending any Florida college

Florida Scholarship – This can be a general scholarship program of $1000 granted to freshmen undergrads at Florida colleges each year.

Florida Women’s State Golf Association Junior Girls’ Scholarship Fund – This grant of $2500 to $5000 emerges to 1-4 undergraduates their studies at a Florida college.

Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship-Florida – This scholarship is just for the undergraduates attending a technical college at Florida. The award reaches as much as 1400 freshmen and also the cash prize is $1500.

Salute to Education, Inc. – This award of $1000 emerges close to 240 undergraduates who’re inhabitants of certain Florida counties.

Selby Scholar Program – Each year, this special scholarship program has an quantity of $5000 to undergraduates who’re also Florida inhabitants.

Thomas William Bennett Memorial Scholarship – This scholarship is presented to those undergraduates at Florida colleges who’re focusing on education and also the grant is between $750 to $2500.

The concern from the state of Florida is revealed in the numerous grants in the above list. Florida scholarships for single moms really are a praiseworthy effort in the state to build up the lives from the single moms and spread the wave of education amongst them for brighter horizon of tomorrow.

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Donald Trump totally crazy about the Mueller investigation

He was the head — and most prominent face — of his Trump business empire. He was the head — and most prominent face — of his hit reality TV shows: “The Apprentice” and “The Celebrity Apprentice.” In both of those roles, what he said went — without debate.

The whole aura of Trump is based on the idea that he does what he wants, when he wants. If he wants you fired, you get fired.

All of which brings me to the ongoing investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller into Russia interference in the 2016 presidential campaign and the possibility of collusion between the Russians and members of the Trump campaign. And Trump’s clear frustration — and nervousness(?) — about it.
Asked about the investigation on Friday, Trump said from the Oval Office: “I’m not agitated. It’s a hoax. The whole thing is a hoax. There was no collusion.”
But here’s what Trump tweeted on Thursday:

“The inner workings of the Mueller investigation are a total mess. They have found no collusion and have gone absolutely nuts. They are screaming and shouting at people, horribly threatening them to come up with the answers they want. They are a disgrace to our Nation and don’t care how many lives the ruin. These are Angry People, including the highly conflicted Bob Mueller, who worked for Obama for 8 years. They won’t even look at all of the bad acts and crimes on the other side. A TOTAL WITCH HUNT LIKE NO OTHER IN AMERICAN HISTORY!”

It’s not clear how Trump obtained information about the “inner workings” of the Mueller investigation given that special counsel’s office has been tight-lipped about its approach — only occasionally revealing something when a plea agreement is reached or when someone like Paul Manafort faces trial based on what Mueller’s team uncovered. Given Trump’s track record with the truth — and his fixation on the idea that Mueller is conducting a witch hunt (even though he’s not) — the possibility certainly exists that Trump made up his alleged insider information about the Mueller probe.

The broader context here speaks to Trump’s ever-mounting frustration with his inability to control the Mueller probe. We know — thanks to CNN reporting — that Trump spent several hours this week huddled with his attorneys going over written answers to questions that the Mueller team had submitted to the White House regarding the 2016 campaign.

That Trump’s tweet on Mueller came after that intense period of question-answering provides our clearest evidence yet that Trump’s anger and impatience is bubbling over. But it’s far from the only sign.

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The biggest indicator of Trump desperately trying to seize control of the uncontrollable came last Wednesday when Trump finally fired his long-maligned Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Trump had never forgiven Sessions for recusing himself from the FBI investigation into Russian interference; in Trump’s mind, that decision by Sessions led to the formation of the special counsel and all of the problems Mueller’s investigation has caused within Trump’s administration. The firing of Sessions, however, was not the big news — that was Trump’s decision to bypass Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who was overseeing the Mueller investigation, and instead name Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general.

Suddenly, a public critic of the Mueller probe almost since its inception was in charge of its operations. (That Whitaker, who has not been confirmed by the Senate, is now in charge of people like Rosenstein, who does have Senate confirmation, is a also a potential legal hurdle.) And not only that, but Whitaker was selected over Rosenstein, who had been publicly supportive of Mueller and the probe generally.

Trump himself has also grown more and more boastful about what he could do to Mueller and the probe — if he so chose. “I could fire everybody right now, but I don’t want to stop it because politically I don’t like stopping it,” Trump said last week in the wake of the 2018 midterm elections (more on that in a minute). “It’s a disgrace. It should never have been started, because there is no crime.”

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Volkswagen has committed to spending tens of billions of dollars as part of a dramatic shift to electric and autonomous vehicles.

The Germany carmaker said Friday that it would invest €44 billion ($50 billion) by 2023 to develop electric cars, self-driving vehicles and other new technology.

Speaking at a press conference following a meeting of the company’s supervisory board, CEO Herbert Diess described the company’s strategy as an “electric offensive.”

Diess acknowledged that increased spending on new technology could initially harm earnings growth. The investment is roughly €10 billion ($11.4 billion) above what the company set aside for new tech in last year’s budget plan.

“Volkswagen must become more efficient, more productive and more profitable in order to finance the high expenditure in the future and in order to stay competitive,” Diess said during the press conference.

Volkswagen’s stock, which declined roughly 12% so far this year, dropped another 1.3% on Friday.

Volkswagen and Ford

Diess said that talks with US automaker Ford (F) about working together were “progressing positively.”

So far the only alliance firmly in place between Ford and Volkswagen involves an agreement to work together on commercial vehicles. But Diess sees potential in more cooperation.

“We can solve the transformation of our business more easily with partnerships,” he said Friday.

Automakers are spending billions of dollars as they try to develop the electric and self-driving vehicles they believe are the future.
They’re also facing more competition from tech companies, including Uber and Google parent Alphabet (GOOG). Upstarts like Tesla (TSLA) have proved formidable too.

Production changes

Volkswagen said that the first model built under its new strategy, the ID, will begin rolling off the assembly lines in 2022. Diess said the car will have a range of up to 550 km (340 miles) and cost the equivalent of its current diesel Golf.

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The car group, which owns the Porsche and Audi brands, said it would attempt to increase the productivity of its plants 30% by 2025. It plans to build vehicles from different brands on the same production lines as part of the effort.

It will also relocate production of the Passat from Germany to the Czech Republic.

Diess said that Volkswagen (VLKAF) was considering whether to build its own battery cells, a key component in electric vehicles.
China shift

The carmaker also announced leadership changes in China, the world’s largest car market.

Diess now has direct responsibility for the China business, a move that Volkswagen said reflects “the growing importance of the Chinese market and the high pace of technological development in China.”

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