The American was an Americanautomobile, built in Plainfield, New Jersey, manufactured from 1917 to 1924. The company also used names American Balanced Six or American Six, "Balanced" referred to its chassis, not the engine. It was an assembled car, one of many built in its time, and it used components from several manufacturers like Borg & Beck for clutch, Warner transmission, Stromberg carburetor and Rutenber engines.
The company was never large; its peak production was 1400 vehicles built in 1920. In that same year a powerful 58hp Herschell-Spillman six-cylinder engine replaced old 45hp Rutenber six. American was commonly advertised as a 'Smile Car' because the company believed their cars offered trouble-free miles for their owners. In 1923 the company became associated with the Bessemer Truck Corporation; that October, the company became Amalgamated Motors, incorporating Northway and Winther as well. Before spring of 1924 American car was out of production. The total number of cars produced was about 6000 cars.
The total fertility rate in the United States estimated for 2014 is 1.86 children per woman, which is below the replacement fertility rate of approximately 2.1. Compared to other Western countries, in 2012, U.S. fertility rate was lower than that of France (2.01),Australia (1.93) and the United Kingdom (1.92). However, U.S. population growth is among the highest in industrialized countries, because the differences in fertility rates are less than the differences in immigration levels, which are higher in the U.S. The United States Census Bureau shows a population increase of 0.75% for the twelve-month period ending in July 2012. Though high by industrialized country standards, this is below the world average annual rate of 1.1%.
Ranjini Menon (Sithara), a gold medal winner in journalism arrives back in Kochi from Delhi. She starts living with her brother advocate Venu Menon(Saikumar)'s family and joins Malayalam news paper Kerala Today as an investigative journalist. She meets sub-editor Unnikrishnan (Jagadeesh), a shy young man. Unnikrishnan immediately falls for Ranjini but fails to reveal his feelings. Ranjini also meets Managing Director of the newspaper, Vishwanathan (Siddique) who is a widower. Ranjini becomes close with Vishwanathan's family, particular with his daughter. This prompts Vishwanathan to consider proposing to Ranjini.
As an investigative journalist, Ranjini publishes articles against the proposed chemical factory. This angers the factory owner business man Sharmaji (Narendraprasad). One night Sharmaji's hinge men tries to capture Ranjini in the street, but she is saved by an I.P.S officer Jayachandran(Jayaram) who has been suspended from service. It turns out that Sharamaji was earlier arrested by Jayachandran for smuggling spirit; but Jayachandran's superior officer (K. P. A. C. Sunny) and minister (T. P. Madhavan) conspired against him with Jayachandran suspended from service and Sharmaji released. Ranjini, along with Unnikrishnan and Jayachandran sets out on an investigative mission on Sharmaji. Jayachandran also develops feelings for Ranjini.
Journalist 103 (born Detroit, Michigan) is an American rapper and lyricist. After starting his career as part of the hip hop crew Mountain Climbaz in 1997, he later joined the hip hop group The Left. He served as primary lyricist on the group's 2010 album Gas Mask, which Sputnik Music named as one of the Best Underground Hip-Hop Albums of 2010.
In 2012 he released his debut solo album Reporting Live on Babygrande Records. With guest appearances by Freeway, Saigon, Fashawn, and production by Oddisee and Snowgoons, lyrically the album addresses diverse themes and incorporates a number of hip hop subgenres. According to BonusCut.com, "His rhymes are laced with social, economic and political anecdotes, and are an example of why hip-hop is educative." Journalist 103 is currently working on his sophomore solo album, also to be released on Babygrande.
Journalist 103 was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. After developing an early interest in music, his cousin X-Gov was one of his first inspirations to go into rap, exposing him to artists such as DJ Premier and Gang Starr. He went on to listen avidly to artists such as Proof, Royce, and Phat Kat. Other hip hop artists influential in his youth included Ice Cube, The Wu Tang Clan, and Eminem. Rapping by the age of eleven, he initially rapped under the name J Clip before changing his moniker to Journalist 103. Stated Journalist 103, "I earned my name from one of my old high school teacher's. We had to do a brief commercial in written form. When I submitted it she read it and told me I was a really good writer and that I should be a journalist. So the name just stuck with me ever since." He attended Detroit Central High School, and by age eighteen he was beginning to go to shows and market his music.
An American captain of Scottish descent, John Paul Jones is considered today as one of the “Fathers of the American Navy” ... American journalist and writer John Reed came from a wealthy family and studied at Harvard, which, however, did not prevent him from dedicating his life to the struggle for the triumph of socialism.
ByteDance Ltd.'s general counsel is no longer overseeing U.S. government relations for TikTok ... TikTok has been in contact with U.S. officials who oversee national security issues in an attempt to avoid a ban on the app in the U.S ... Still, last month, ByteDance said some employees improperly accessed American user data in an attempt to track journalists.
Some years ago, I had an opportunity to ask Mohammad Yunus what might be his earliest memory of the concept of nonviolence and Gandhi. Yunus became quiet and reflective as he recalled the evening of January 30, 1948, when he was about seven years old ... The American journalist Vincent Sheean was on-site on that winter evening when Gandhi was shot dead.
officials gathered for a press conference to reveal the indictment and arrest of three criminals charged with the attempted murder-for-hire of an American-Iranian journalist in New York... citizen on American soil.”.
Very interesting academic paper on the asymmetric nature of American media with the mainstream and left at least making an attempt to abide by journalistic standards while the right wing media being wholly focused on promoting partisan propaganda that can be totally disconnected ...