Breaking: Sen. Ted Cruz calls for criminal investigation of Twitter

Breaking: Sen. Ted Cruz calls for criminal investigation of Twitter.

“Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) wrote a letter to the Justice Department and the Treasury Department on Friday urging a criminal investigation into Twitter for potential criminal activity related to the International Emergency Economic Powers Act and sanctionable activities prohibited by Executive Order 13876.” (Daily Wire)

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Both Exmouth RNLI Lifeboats attend emergencies

At 12:17 hrs today, Thursday 28 May 2020 both Exmouth’s RNLI temporary lifeboats, the Inshore Lifeboat D-755 Peggy D and All Weather Lifeboat 13-33 Bridie O’Shea were requested to launch by H.M. Coastguard following reports of a swimmer who had reportedly disappeared out of view off the beach at Steamer Steps, Budleigh Salterton.

Helping local governments prepare for a better normal

Welcome to the May 2020 PEMSEA e-update. PEMSEA continues to work to promote its vision of healthy ocean, people, and communities during this time. With the release of our Annual Report 2019, we share stories such as that of Timor-Leste’s Green School Program and many others. We also share a paper on the Blue Economy developed by the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), in collaboration with PEMSEA and the Government of Timor-Leste, and our message for World Oceans Day, on the use of integrated coastal management (ICM) as a core part of the pandemic and post-pandemic strategy to ensure the sustainable management and development of our coasts and oceans.

American Queen partners with Ochnser Health for safe return to operations; Becker Marine Systems introduces latest rudder technology to inland waterways market

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American Queen partners with Ochnser Health for safe return to operations

AQSC is implementing Ochsner’s Safe to Return Employer Solutions, introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Full Article


3 things you should know about Pres. Trump’s new exec. order on social media

Here are the 3 things you should know right now about President Trump’s new executive order on social media.

President Donald Trump will reportedly sign an executive order on Thursday pertaining to social media companies, according to White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany. […] Shortly after news broke that Trump would sign an executive order, the president tweeted: ‘Big Tech is doing everything in their very considerable power to CENSOR in advance of the 2020 Election. If that happens, we no longer have our freedom. I will never let it happen! They tried hard in 2016, and lost. Now they are going absolutely CRAZY. Stay Tuned!!!'” (Daily Wire)

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