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As the coronavirus stock crisis essentially came out of nowhere, businesses were ready to collapse if they did not rapidly resort to drastic measures such as slashing dividends and cutting jobs.If a company releases bad or disappointing news, its share price will be pummelled. Shareholders are already running scared with the coronavirus pandemic still rampaging and no obvious end in sight. Rising national debt is raising fears of interest rate hikes, and the dividend cuts have income investors spooked.When will the coronavirus stock crisis end?When a licensed vaccine finally emerges, I have no doubt it will work wonders at getting the stock market back on track. Whether that alone is enough to kick start a bull market is not yet clear. A substantial lift in the oil price would also boost the financial markets, but that looks a long way off as demand for oil has hit an all-time low and production is still higher than needed. 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LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 07: Samu Manoa of Northampton Saints during the Aviva Premiership match between Northampton Saints and Exeter Chiefs at Franklin’s Gardens on September 7, 2013 in Northampton, England. (Photo by Tony Marshall/Getty Images) Rugby World’s prediction: Saracens by 20Warriors v FalconsPreviewing this is almost unnecessary. It will be a slobberknocker with a lot of kicking. Headlines may come from the return of Carlo Del Fava for Falcons and Jeremy Becasseau for Worcester, but regardless of personel this will be closer than a shave with an industrial thresher.Rugby World’s prediction: Worcester by 3Terminator returns: Samu ManoaTigers v SaintsImagine Godzilla fighting Optimus Prime. In the Colosseum. On doomsday. At happy hour.OK, so games like this draw too much hyperbole already, but the way the season has gone so far, this is the pick of the weekend. Monsterous back-rower Samu Manoa returns for Saints alongside leader Tom Wood as the only changes from last week while Graham Kitchener is the only addition for Tigers.Yet it could come down to battles like George North versus Blaine Scully, Dan Cole versus Alex Corbisiero and Phil Dowson versus Julian Salvi to decide how this explosive clash ends up rumbling out.Bring popcorn.Rugby World’s prediction: Leicester by 6Gloucester v ChiefsOn Sunday scrum-half Dave Lewis starts for Chiefs against his former club, who have in turn have made several changes. James Hudson makes his debut in the Gloucester boiler house, Tavis Knoyle starts at 9, Martyn Thomas moves to full-back, Mike Tindall comes in for Henry Trinder and two props Yann Thomas and Rupert Harden slide into the front-row. All this being said, Gloucester still look a little more fragile than they would like, without ever really cracking and Chiefs could hound them for 80, as is their wont.Rugby World’s prediction: Gloucester by 2 Roaring past: Mark Cueto scred for Sale last week. Can he do the same again as the Sharks welcome BathTHE FIFTH round of the Aviva Premiership is here and without even a little ado we jump right into previewing the ties and offering you our SuperBru predictions. Think you can do a better job than us? Bring it on…Sharks v BathDanny Cipriani is like the Teflon pan you’re angry with for not cleaning itself. He gets hyped and chirped and then when he does not score 100 points a game he is rated a persistent disappointment. It makes little sense, but he is guiding Sale again and they look happy together. Captain Dan Braid is now talking up the demands to win week in, week out.Thumping ton: Seymour makes 100 gamesDavid Seymour is in his favoured position at 7 and plays his 100th game, playing alongside Braid while the outspoken Mark Cueto continues to rush through from the wing and Joe Ford, brother of Bath’s fly-half George and son of Bath’s coach Mike, will sit on the bench waiting to come on for Sale against his family.They welcome a Bath side who have done well without truly obliterating anyone yet. Stuart Hooper comes in for the injured and in-from Dave Attwood – who may now miss England’s autumn internationals – and Jonathan Joseph and Kyle Eastmond continue their budding partnership in the centres. They may plan to slide past Sharks with Ford taking the ball to the line. The key will be whether Sale can keep their discipline at the AJ Bell stadium.Rugby World’s prediction: Bath by 3Irish v QuinsRemember the second-row crisis Quins were supposed to be having? They appear to have calmed themselves, coped and although Irish have looked sprightly and reinvigorated this season they have not won more than once and Harlequins should be able to grind Irish down.Matt Hopper replaces George Lowe for Quins, while Karl Dickson is in at 9. The pack is unchanged. Meanwhile Irish have the huge boon of welcoming back George Skivington. Will that be enough?Rugby World’s prediction: Harlequins by 10Sarries v WaspsWith Joe Simpson, Tom Palmer and Sam Jones all missing for Wasps they are truly up against it when they visit Allianz Park. And Saracens are unforgiving.Changing the number on his back: Alex Goode is now at 10Well, at least they were, but they have shuffled a lot. With Owen Farrell on the bench and Charlie Hodgson out, Alex Goode comes in at 10, with Chris Wyles in at centre beside Joel Tomkins. Neil de Kock replaces Richard Wigglesworth and Michael Tagicakibau comes in for David Strettle.Of course, bringing in Will Fraser and James Johnston for their first starts of the season is hardly a weak move. Wasps will just be happy Jaques Burger is not rampaging about…
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Photo courtesy of Heidi Shott[Episcopal News Service] The two teenage sons of an Anglican archdeacon in Lebanon have arrived safely in the United States to study at a boarding school, thanks to an effort by the Diocese of Maine.Ralph and Marc Zoorob, ages 15 and 16, are the sons of the Ven. Imad Zoorob, archdeacon of Lebanon and Syria in the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and The Middle East. The Diocese of Maine and a group of determined Episcopalians organized a campaign last year to bring the boys to Lincoln Academy in Newcastle after hearing firsthand from the archdeacon about the deterioration of living conditions in Beirut due to the Aug. 4, 2020, explosion and the country’s economic crisis.After months of fundraising and wrangling with immigration logistics, the final step in the process — obtaining visas — happened on March 5, said Heidi Shott, communications director of the American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, who initially launched the effort. On March 27, Ralph and Marc landed in Portland, Maine, where they were greeted by Shott, her husband Scott and Bishop Thomas Brown with whoopie pies — a Maine delicacy.“To see Marc and Ralph walk down the escalator at Portland’s Jetport was a little bit like seeing a dream come true,” Brown told Episcopal News Service. “Of course, they were exhausted — it had been a 23-hour trip — but they were also excited. And so are we!”The Zoorobs, who are in post-travel COVID-19 quarantine until April 6, virtually attended Easter Sunday service at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Newcastle. St. Andrew’s — the Shotts’ home parish — is close to the boarding school, and parishioners have been participating in fundraising and anticipating their arrival for months.“Lincoln Academy is their primary community in Maine, that’s true, but it’s totally inspiring to hear them speak about their faith, their desire to remain connected to God, and to be part of St. Andrew’s,” Brown told ENS.Having met members of St. Andrew’s by Zoom over the past few months, the Zoorobs have a built-in community to support them as they settle into their new life. In an email to the diocese, Ralph Zoorob wrote, “I want to stay close with God, so I want to go to church whenever I can.”– Egan Millard is an assistant editor and reporter for Episcopal News Service. 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“COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/135238/howard-house-mackay-lyons-sweetapple-architects Clipboard Houses Architects: Brian MacKay-Lyons Urban Design Photographs Howard House / Brian MacKay-Lyons Urban DesignSave this projectSaveHoward House / Brian MacKay-Lyons Urban Design Save this picture!© James Steeves+ 6 Share Projects Canada ArchDaily CopyHouses•West Pennant, Canada ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/135238/howard-house-mackay-lyons-sweetapple-architects Clipboard Photographs: James SteevesText description provided by the architects. The modest house is a 12 foot wide, 110 foot long wall playing a didactic role within both the natural and cultural landscapes. It sits on a four acre field surrounded by the sea on three sides: east to a domesticated fishing cove, west to the nearby wild, open ocean, and south to the immediate shore of a bay. Its ‘rough-and-ready’ wrapper is in keeping with the dog-patch-like cultural landscape context. Save this picture!© James Steeves The exterior skin is standard, industrial, corrugated galvalume. The top-of-concrete line of the foundation is raised, expressing the relatively high cost of getting out of the ground in cold climates and forming a horizontal datum against the opposing slopes of land and roof. A heavy, concrete stair bump is a protective gesture against the prevailing westerly winds coming off of the sea. Save this picture!© James SteevesThe monolithic, monopitch roof climbs to the south and the water covering one continuous, unobstructed living space progressing from garage, to entry court, to kitchen, living and cantilevered deck. This tube is punctuated by totemic elements which inflect it and provide comfort and place-making (bridge, well, hearth, truss, south window). The spatial reading of the concrete foundation makes a wainscoting sill in the main living area. Save this picture!© James Steeves Three bedrooms occupy the lower level, while a master bedroom/study occupies a second floor loft. De-laminated walls and ceiling expose conventional platform framing. The house exploits a passive environmental approach to heating and ventilation. It is an essay on the relationship between form and lifestyle which clearly demonstrates that a 12’ wide wall in the landscape can provide the spatial and functional requirements of modern living. Save this picture!© James SteevesThe result is a tough rather than sentimental architecture. Its minimalism has less to do with Mies van der Rohe, and more to do with the zeroness found in the pragmatism of the vernacular. Like the vernacular, it is contemporary by its use of the ordinary building conventions of its time and place.Project gallerySee allShow lessTel Aviv Museum of Art / Preston Scott CohenArticlesAD Recommends: Best of the WeekArticles Share “COPY” CopyAbout this officeBrian MacKay-Lyons Urban DesignOfficeFollowProductsGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesWest PennantCanadaPublished on May 24, 2011Cite: “Howard House / Brian MacKay-Lyons Urban Design” 24 May 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
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Donate buttons now available on live videos by Facebook page owners AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis18 [ngg_images source=”galleries” container_ids=”11″ display_type=”photocrati-nextgen_basic_thumbnails” override_thumbnail_settings=”0″ thumbnail_width=”100″ thumbnail_height=”75″ thumbnail_crop=”1″ images_per_page=”20″ number_of_columns=”0″ ajax_pagination=”0″ show_all_in_lightbox=”0″ use_imagebrowser_effect=”0″ show_slideshow_link=”0″ slideshow_link_text=”[Show as slideshow]” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] The new facility was announced on the same day that Google announced it was trialling personal fundraising campaigns for US users. 304 total views, 4 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis18 Facebook is now letting users with verified pages add donate buttons to their Facebook live video broadcasts.This function was introduced for nonprofits in 2016, but is now being extended to all Page owners. Individuals, businesses, brands and organisations can now receive donations during live videos. People watching the live broadcast can donate as they watch, or give once the broadcast has ended and is posted on the Page.As with all of Facebook’s charity-focused services, the only organisations that can receive these donations are US nonprofits. About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Tagged with: Digital Facebook live video 303 total views, 3 views today Advertisement Howard Lake | 31 March 2017 | News
Supporter loyalty specialists About Loyalty have started tracking how COVID-19 is going to impact charitable giving across the UK.They have begun fieldwork in the form of a weekly monitor to:quantify the likely impact on income/support – looking at intentions to continue giving, stop giving, start a new gift etc. by charitable sectorunderstand how charities can adapt their comms/fundraising to the sentiment that is out thereBecause the situation is changing so rapidly the aim is to give charities ideas and support on how they can continue to give the best and most appropriate experiences to existing and new supporters and earn their continued support.The Sentiment Tracker will run for at least four weeks.About Loyalty is working with Kokoro Global with whom it has run its loyalty benchmarking service that has now surveyed over 130,000 charity supporters.The fee for participating organisations will be £3,000 for four weeks. There will be limited scope for additional questions priced at £200 each.Which questions?The tracker survey will cover issues such as: Advertisement Howard Lake | 20 March 2020 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. 327 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Loyalty is planning to roll out the tracker internationally. Thoughts on the role of charities at the moment. For example, which causes are most relevant/important?Whether the pandemic is affecting individuals’ likelihood of supporting charities.Views on the way the government, local councils, charities, media and brands are dealing with the pandemic. 326 total views, 2 views today COVID-19: launch of weekly monitor of supporter loyalty and sentiment Tagged with: coronavirus COVID-19 donor retention research
Feb. 13 — “Alt-right” has become a buzzword in the mainstream media to describe the extreme right-wing politics pushed by far-right bigots like Milo Yiannopoulos, Richard Spencer and Steve Bannon. What do the term and its mouthpieces really represent?‘Alt-right’ mouthpiecesMilo Yiannopoulos, an openly racist gay man who is known for harassing women and people of color on Twitter (from which he was eventually banned), is frequently identified as a major spokesperson for the “alt-right.” Milo is known for espousing bigoted, anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant and anti-trans views as a prominent journalist for Breitbart News, a far-right publication. The site was launched in 2007 by conservative writer Andrew Breitbart as a pro-capitalist, pro-Israeli, apartheid news outlet.In recent weeks, Yiannopoulos has conducted a speaking tour across U.S. universities to campaign against the Sanctuary Campus movement. However, his anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant events were met with resistance when protesters shut them down at the University of California, Davis and UC, Berkeley.Richard Spencer, a more obscure right-wing demagogue, coined the term alt-right in 2010. Spencer leads the National Policy Institute, a white-supremacist think tank. He was in the spotlight after the most recent NPI national conference shortly after the election, when he proclaimed, “Hail Trump, hail our people, hail victory!” as audience members gave Nazi salutes.Spencer and his followers say that a “White European ethno-state” should be created within the U.S. in order to “protect” white people from “multiculturalism.” These “white nationalists” — a phrase which always means “white supremacists” — see political, cultural and economic autonomy for people of color as a fundamental threat. Spencer was again in the public eye during the inaugural weekend when a heroic anti-fascist protester smacked him down as he was being interviewed.Steve Bannon is the most publicized figure associated with the “alt-right.” Once an investment banker at Goldman Sachs and then an executive producer in Hollywood, Bannon served as executive chair of Breitbart News from 2012 to 2016. In a 2016 Mother Jones interview, Bannon declared Breitbart News the “platform for the alt-right.”Breitbart News publishes anti-Muslim, Zionist, anti-Black, misogynistic and other bigoted content. Instead of exposing Wall Street for exporting and outsourcing jobs, Breitbart News blames immigrants, people of color and “globalists” (an anti-Semitic code word).This propaganda is an attempt to convince white workers to identify with white supremacy and join with white capitalists, rather than fight for working-class interests in unity with oppressed nationalities.Bannon left his post at Breitbart in 2016 to run Donald Trump’s presidential campaign; then he became the president’s chief strategist. Since then, he has increasingly gained influence in the White House. Bannon reportedly wrote Trump’s inauguration speech and drove many of Trump’s aggressive executive orders, such as the travel ban. Though he has no military or intelligence ranking, Bannon now has an unprecedented seat on the National Security Council.Bannon predicts an apocalyptic conflict between Muslims and “Judeo-Christians,” between “the East” and “the West.” He has openly expressed eagerness to wage war against China and against “radical Islam,” thus ramping up the U.S. imperialist war machine for more aggression. Bannon said in 2016 that he can use Trump’s power as a “blunt instrument” to implement his white-supremacist and warmongering agenda.What is the alt-right?The unifying principle of Bannon’s ideology is as old as the United States itself: white supremacy. But even Bannon knows it’s more effective to use a euphemistic term like “alternative right” or “alt-right.” This term refers to a wide array of far-right groups and individuals, including neo-Nazis, “men’s rights” activists, anarcho-capitalists and right-wing libertarians who go beyond mainstream conservatism.The white supremacy of alt-right propaganda commonly criticizes “establishment conservatives” of the Republican Party for not being openly racist enough. Those expressing this racist ideology have a strong presence on internet forums like 4chan and Reddit. It remains unclear the extent to which various groups claiming an “alt-right” identity are in communication and organized toward common repressive goals.“Alt-right” ideology is essentially a white supremacist response to the decay of capitalism. Deep economic crises, like the one the U.S. economy has been in since 2008, accelerate fear and uncertainty among those in the middle class who have lost wealth, such as small business owners and small-scale farmers.This extremist-right ideology is especially effective for the U.S. ruling class. The exploitation and violence of white supremacy lay the foundation for racist ideology to mobilize the middle class against segments of the multinational working class and to divide white workers from Black and Brown workers and migrant workers. Oppressed nationalities and immigrants are thus blamed for the problems created by the very ruling class that is oppressing all workers, including white workers.How we can fightThe development of the propaganda and ideology associated with the white supremacist “alt-right”is deeply intertwined with the new administration. Trump’s reactionary rhetoric emboldens and normalizes these hateful, violent beliefs and actions. The fight against Trump’s agenda and the entire U.S. ruling class is, by necessity, a fight against all rising reactionary forces, including the so-called alt-right.Those associated with this new face of white supremacy have a track record of violence. Advocates claiming “alt-right” ideology have taken to social media, especially Twitter, in search of undocumented immigrants in order to report them to Immigration, Customs and Enforcement. The gunman who killed six and injured 19 people at a Quebec mosque was found to be a Trump supporter and alt-right internet troll. A protester at a Milo Yiannopoulos event in Seattle was shot by a gunman who identified with the alt-right.However, this rise in white-supremacist violence has been met with powerful resistance from progressives and anti-fascists. After Yiannopoulos was shut down by protesters at two UC campuses, Berkeley officials warned that Yiannopoulos was planning to expose undocumented students during his speech. (tinyurl.com/jkyyzj9)The wave of resistance is a sign of hope that the working class and oppressed will not stand by as right-wing terror rears its ugly head. In order to effectively oppose Trump and the entire capitalist class, these forces must prepare to resist the far right at every step and in every area of struggle.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Agriculture Businesses Eligible for SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Agriculture Businesses Eligible for SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan Facebook Twitter SHARE By Eric Pfeiffer – May 5, 2020 Facebook Twitter Previous articlePurdue Ag Barometer Index Drops Below 100 as Coronavirus Disrupts AgricultureNext articleKeep an Eye on that Newly Planted Corn Crop Eric Pfeiffer Agriculture Businesses Eligible for SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster LoanThe Small Business Administration began accepting new applications Monday for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan, a $10,000 forgivable loan, for agriculture businesses only. This includes farmers.Agriculture was originally left out of those businesses eligible for the EIDL, but American Farm Bureau Federation Executive Vice President Dale Moore says Congress stepped in to fix that issue when the original program ran out of money.“So Congress came back and said, ‘Here’s more money and, by the way, here are some restrictions. Agriculture and rural enterprises are eligible, and we want to make sure that the Farm Credit system and independent community banks have an opportunity to get their feet inside the door.’ So, some agricultural enterprises that applied before, and their loan was rejected because they were ag enterprises are going through. They don’t have to resubmit.”Moore encourages producers to work with their local banker to help guide them through the process.Another round of coronavirus financial aid is being considered by Congress.“There’s some speculation this will be $450-$650 billion,” said Moore. “So, if we play our cards right, we’ll have more monies to talk about here in the not too distant future.”
Facebook Twitter TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summer TCU alum writes book on finding purpose Part of West’s speech included discussing the need for an increase in the military budget. This slideshow of graphics from the Council on Foreign Relations shows trends in U.S. Military Spending. ReddIt White supremacy posters on TCU’s campus under investigation Linkedin TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history [<a href=”//storify.com/emilyroselaff/student-reactions” target=”_blank”>View the story “Student Reactions” on Storify</a>]Mackenzie Holst contributed to this report. Emily Laff is a senior journalism major (and die-hard Broncos fan) from Denver, Colorado. When she is not out reporting she is most likely at a Krispy Kreme drive-through or in an aisle at Barnes & Noble. ReddIt The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years Most questions from the audience were about past comments West had made via Twitter and other outlets. Jacob Greenstein, president of Better Together, called West’s comments “a strong voice for someone who is Anti-Muslim and Anti-Islam.”Shelby Whitson, public relations chair of Young Americans for Freedom, said the organization tries to bring people to campus that TCU could benefit from.“Our chapter tries to do different activism events each semester, bringing in conservative speakers or speakers we feel would be a good presence at TCU,” said Whitson, who is a senior political science major. “Given the pressing nature of his area of specialty (anti-terrorism), we thought he would be a good fit at TCU.”Adam Powell, a senior history major, questioned West about delegitimizing the Muslim ideology. After a few moments of discourse, West told Powell, “You should probably sit down because you’re embarrassing yourself. You tried though, I’ll give it to you.”Afterward, Powell said West was disrespectful and “talking over everyone.”“For someone who advocates discussion and learning, I was very disappointed that he took that approach and tried to bully his way through it,” Powell said.Whitson said YAF welcomes differing opinions, but Greenstein said some students did not feel welcomed by West.“The point that hurt the most was that he mocked so many people that went up and tried to go up and engage in some kind of dialogue with him,” Greenstein said. “I found it very ironic that he made a very intentional point to talk about how this is supposed to be an atmosphere for education and discussion, and all he wanted to do was put down students that came from the opposite side.”Sijil Patel, a sophomore biology major who is Muslim, said West misrepresented her faith.“Just like I trust him with his knowledge in military and foreign policy, because I have no experience with that, he should trust my judgment on knowing what a true Muslim is because I’ve been practicing and reading the Quran for 20 years,” Patel said. “He skewed that very much so toward portraying Islam as a religion that promotes terrorism, whereas it’s the complete opposite.”During his talk, West acknowledged his views are often controversial, but that doesn’t bother him.“I wear it as a badge of honor that I piss people off,” West said. Twitter + posts Emily Laffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/emily-laff/ TCU tells Greeks: No Hazing Previous articleChild abuse prevention month aims to raise awareness and create changeNext articleThe Gideon’s International hands out New Testaments in Fort Worth Emily Laff RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Emily Laffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/emily-laff/ Emily Laffhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/emily-laff/ printA former congressman’s views on how to fight radical Islamic terrorism were embraced and challenged Tuesday night by TCU students.More than 200 people filled the Moudy North auditorium to hear Allen West, a Republican from Florida, argue that the military’s ranks should be increased to fight terrorism.Students from Better Together wore t-shirts promoting all religions.“We are at a point where we could lose this great experiment in liberty, freedom and democracy,” said West, who was brought to campus by the group Young Americans for Freedom.West’s speech was received with quiet head nods. Once students started asking questions, tension became evident. Many attendees were there in protest based on comments West has made in the past regarding Islam as a whole.More than 50 members of the TCU organization “Better Together” attended and wore t-shirts promoting coexistence and peace among religious affiliations.West, who served in the military for 22 years, questioned the protest at the beginning of his speech.“There was a little rumor that some people shared with me that upset me…if people wanted to shut down this event,” said West, a retired Army lieutenant colonel. “That means the oath that I took to this Constitution, to provide you your first amendment freedom of speech rights… if there are young people that felt that I should be denied that — or anyone else that, then what are we fighting for in the United States of America?” Linkedin Facebook TCU parking: No room on the asphalt Students and faculty filled every seat listening to former Congressman Allen West speak, but many were there in protest. 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