Does ‘net zero’ live up to the hype?

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Does 'net zero' live up to the hype?

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Donald Trump’s controversial pardon of Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio may not go through due to a US district court judge.Judge Susan Bolton of the US District Court handling Mr Arpaio’s case has cancelled a sentencing hearing for the former Maricopa County sheriff but stopped short of throwing out his conviction.Instead, Ms Bolton said that because a presidential pardon carries an implication of guilt she wants both Mr Arpaio’s lawyers and the US Department of Justice to submit briefs on why she should or should not vacate Mr Arpaio’s conviction.She has scheduled oral arguments for 4 October on the matter and will make a decision at that point.A civil suit was originally brought by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for Mr Arpaio’s alleged racial profiling for detaining Arizonans who looked to be of Mexican or Latin American descent under suspicion of being in the US illegally.”The judge trying that case not only found that Arpaio’s policies constituted racial profiling, he also found Arpaio to be in civil contempt of court and referred him to [Ms Bolton] for the criminal contempt,” USA Today reported.Ms Bolton then asked the US Attorney in Arizona to try the case for Mr Arpaio’s allegedly disobeying the order to stop the racial profiling, but that office declined. That is when the US Department of Justice stepped in.Washington DC-based lawyer Kimberly Curtis told The Independent that a presidential pardon does not necessarily “imply” guilt in the way Ms Bolton’s decision may suggest.However, Mr Arpaio’s case is a little more complicated. Presidential pardons only cover federal crimes, so technically Mr Trump has not pardoned his racial profiling but the alleged contempt of court charge.”The issue with [Mr] Arapio is he was actively appealing his conviction when he was pardoned. So there is an unknown question about which takes precedence- the pardon or the appeal,” Ms Curtis said.Normally, with a presidential pardon the defendant waives the right to an appeal however, Mr Arpaio’s lawyer Mark Goldman has not indicated as yet whether his client will drop the appeal.Ms Curtis said Mr Trump may have “jumped the gun” on pardoning Mr Arpaio before the appeal was dropped.So, even with the pardon Mr Arpaio’s conviction is still on the record at this point. But, a presidential pardon is a ” “the most common way a convicted felon can regain full civil rights and only way they can regain their gun rights.”Mr Trump said Mr Arpaio has been treated “unbelievably unfairly.””He’s done a great job for the people of Arizona, he’s very strong on borders, very strong on illegal immigration, he is loved in Arizona,” Mr Trump said.However, according to a recent poll the majority of Americans – around 60 per cent of respondents in a poll conducted by NBC News/SurveyMonkey – said it was “wrong” to pardon the former sheriff.By Mythili Sampathkumar

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Kimberli Bellantone #permalink

The only wealth which you will keep forever is the wealth you have given away.

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Kacy Giannetti #permalink

What are we blaming? Is this Vietnam? We made a movie, it didn’t make much money. I’m gonna be really happy if somebody watches it in 10 years’ time and really enjoys it.

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Rae Graper #permalink

Politics is a noble activity. We should revalue it, practise it with vocation and a dedication that requires testimony, martyrdom, that is to die for the common good.

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Tatyana Rutt #permalink

The first principle of success is desire – knowing what you want. Desire is the planting of your seed.

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Brian Isle #permalink

My coming to faith did not start with a leap but rather a series of staggers from what seemed like one safe place to another. Like lily pads, round and green, these places summoned and then held me up while I grew. Each prepared me for the next leaf on which I would land, and in this way I moved across the swamp of doubt and fear.

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Belinda See #permalink

We must restore hope to young people, help the old, be open to the future, spread love. Be poor among the poor. We need to include the excluded and preach peace.

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Donetta Stauder #permalink

Well, I don't think we should go to the moon. I think we maybe should send some politicians up there.

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Anton Robicheau #permalink

Man's greatness consists in his ability to do and the proper application of his powers to things needed to be done.

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Carlos Malama #permalink

It is not light that we need, but fire; it is not the gentle shower, but thunder. We need the storm, the whirlwind, and the earthquake.

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Hana Conder #permalink

Why is it is claimed that if people won't or can't take care of their own needs, that people in government can do it for them?

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Rodrick Eskuchen #permalink

You don't have freedom because you are a hyphenated American; you have freedom because you are an individual, and that should be protected.

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Levi Monty #permalink

I am favor of cutting taxes under any circumstances and for any excuse, for any reason, whenever it's possible.

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Ashly Seng #permalink

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Parker Angustia #permalink

The history of the Internet is not, as some people have tried to make it, a libertarian just-so story. It is a messy tale in which the government played a significant role. That role was, however, far more subtle than the plans of industrial policy gurus or techno-boosting politicians -Virginia Postrel

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Jerrell Cujas #permalink

Legitimate use of violence can only be that which is required in self-defense.

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