But as BallotPedia reports, even that would be a struggle this late in the game. An independent presidential candidate “must petition for placement on the general election ballot in all 50 states as well as Washington, D.C.” As Yahoo News’ Hunter Walker tweeted, there are “at least nine states where it’s already too late for an independent candidate to get on the ballot.” … [Read more...] about Kim Kardashian supports Kanye West’s presidential bid — but can he actually run?
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One of Trump's celebrity supporters, West would have two routes to doing so. He could try secure the backing of a smaller political party, said James McCann, a political scientist at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. Without a party helping him get on the ballot, another option would be to try to appear as an independent candidate. But deadlines for registering that way have already passed in a handful of states, including New Mexico and key battleground North Carolina. Getting on the ballot as an independent would also require hiring staff or recruiting volunteers to quickly gather many tens of thousands of signatures across the nation before other registration periods close in August and September, a task currently made more difficult by the coronavirus pandemic. "It's hard to see Kanye West having a field operation," said McCann, adding that another option would be for West to ask supporters to write his name on the ballot. It is unclear if West, who is also known … [Read more...] about Is Kanye West serious about running for President? If yes, here’s what he will have to do to catch up with Trump
The only purpose of an adherent of the Tablighi Jamaat, it seems, was to go on gasht, pray five times a day, and read Fazail-e-Amal. This was reinforced spectacularly when Delhi witnessed anti-Muslim violence in February 2020. More than fifty people were killed in northeast Delhi and hundreds injured. Copies of the Quran were set ablaze. Saffron flags were hoisted atop minarets of half a dozen mosques, and nineteen were either burned down or desecrated. Civil society swung into action. The Jamiat sent a delegation to assess the damage, helped in resuming prayers in many mosques, got the saffron flags removed through well-meaning members of the majority community. The Jamaat-e-Islami provided food packets and helped the displaced return home. The Tabligh members, however, remained occupied with their respective mosques, focusing on internal cleansing to benefit the individual first and the larger Muslim ummah (Muslim community the world over) at a later stage. There was not even … [Read more...] about Excerpt: Inside the Tablighi Jamaat by Ziya Us Salam
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News Corp has partnered with HR technology company Shortlyster to develop the Australian National Talent Registry, an initiative to help get Australians back to work, as COVID-19 has left hundreds of thousands of people either jobless or with reduced working hours. … [Read more...] about How to make your resume and job application stand out