America In Realization [02.16.15]

Government & Policy: US Policy Reform

“Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released Sunday its long-awaited proposal for governing small commercial drones.

allow drones weighing up to 55 pounds to fly within sight of remote pilots during daylight hours.

must stay below 500 feet in the air and fly less than 100 mph.

at least 17 years old, pass an aeronautics test and be vetted by the Transportation Security Administration.

President Obama signed a presidential memorandum governing how federal agencies will use drones of all sizes.

The goal: ensure that uses don’t violate the First Amendment or discriminate against people based on ethnicity, race, gender, religion or sexual orientation.

Commerce Department will begin developing a framework for privacy and transparency in commercial use of drones.”

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Justice & Law Enforcement: Regulation of Law Enforcement Agencies


Politics: Democratic Party

John D. Podesta has left the Obama White House to rejoin the Clinton team.

John D. Podesta has left the Obama White House to rejoin the Clinton team.

“Perhaps no other unelected Democrat has shaped his party as much over the last two decades.

He spent the last year trying to salvage Barack Obama’s presidency from gridlock and malaise. And now he has handed in his White House pass to try to create a Hillary Rodham Clinton presidency.”


New York In Realization

“New York City has created more jobs over the past five years than during any five-year period in the last half century. The city has added about 425,000 jobs since the end of 2009, raising total employment to 4.1 million jobs.

For the first time in decades, New York is proving that it can grow at a rapid pace without leaning on Wall Street.”

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