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Clinton attacks Trump at SEIU rally: we don’t need a ‘bully in the pulpit’

Clinton also criticized Trump economics during event in Detroit with Service Employees International Union, which has endorsed the Democratic candidate

Hillary Clinton launched a no-holds-barred attack on her likely general election opponent, Donald Trump, in a speech laced with explicit warnings about the dangers of electing him to the presidency.

The former US secretary of state returned to Detroit on Monday to address the Service Employees International Unions international convention and ask its 2.1 million workers for help in defeating Trump.

Trump economics is a recipe for lower wages, fewer jobs, more debt. He could bankrupt America like he has bankrupted his companies, she told a crowd of roughly 3,000 members, all wearing their purple union shirts. The SEIU has endorsed Clinton for president.

She paused, smiled and threw a punch: I mean ask yourself how can anybody lose money running a casino? Really?

For the first time, polls suggest Trump may have edged just slightly ahead of Clinton, setting up a battle royal between two historically unlikable candidates.

Clintons fighting words in the Motor City envisage a general election battle in which Michigan and the Rust Belt states are very much unsettled. Trump demonstrated his strength with working-class white voters with a sweeping victory in the state in March, while Clinton narrowly lost to Sanders in one of the biggest upsets of the election, thanks in part to her vulnerabilities with the same bloc of voters.

In her speech, Clinton thanked her Democratic opponent, Bernie Sanders, for challenging the party to fight harder to get big money out of politics and reign in Wall Street. Sanders has vowed to continue his now-improbable quest for the nomination despite pressure from party leaders for him to drop out and help unite the party behind Clinton.

Last week, Clinton sharpened her attack on Trump when she called him unqualified for the presidency. On Monday, she told union members: The only thing standing between Donald Trump and the Oval Office is all of us.

She added: We need a president who will use the bully pulpit to stand up for working families. But the last thing we need is a bully in the pulpit.

Clinton continued in that vein, pummeling her opponent for his economic vision and immigration policies, especially his plan to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants.

What kind of country would we be if we let Donald Trump rip our families apart? she asked. We have to reject this wrong vision for America with a strong, clear voice.

She directly appealed to Americas workforce for support, hinting at a growing trend of union members breaking ranks and supporting Trump.

Hear this because you need to tell your friends, Clinton said, as she reminded them that Trump once suggested wages are too high.

Donald Trump actually stood on a debate stage and argued that Americans are being paid too much, Clinton said.

A network of powerful union leaders, including SEIUs president, Mary Kay Henry, have launched a concerted attack on the presumptive Republican nominee, painting him as a false prophet, someone who promises to bring back jobs but has no plans to achieve that.

Introducing Clinton, Henry pledged:We are going to use every ounce of this unions energy to ensure that she is the next president of the United States.

Clinton in turn lauded the workers.

I want to say something that you dont hear enough: thank you, thank you, thank you, she said. You are often unsung heroes. And I want you to know this: your fights are my fights.

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Detroit Area Periodontist, Dr. Joseph Nemeth Improves Dental Procedures with the Latest in Advanced Technologies

Detroit, MI (PRWEB) June 11, 2015

Dr. Joseph Nemeth now utilizes the iCAT Cone Beam scanner and the iTero intra oral scanner, to offer more efficient and successful treatment to patients who need impressions or dental implants. The iCAT Cone Beam scanner helps Dr. Nemeth plan and complete implant placement procedures, while the iTero intra oral scanner makes the process of taking impressions more convenient and precise. With this technology, Dr. Nemeth can offer more accurate treatment and better long-term results to people who need to see a periodontist in Detroit, MI.

With the iCAT Cone Beam scanner, Dr. Nemeth can take high-definition, three-dimensional images of the teeth, surrounding bone, sinuses and nerves. These images provide more information than traditional x-rays, which makes Cone Beam scanning particularly helpful when Dr. Nemeth is planning dental implant procedures. With Cone Beam scans, Dr. Nemeth can determine the ideal placement and angle of the dental implants, based on a patient’s bone density, and determine the location of oral structures that should be avoided, such as nerves. Dr. Nemeth can also use the results of Cone Beam scanning to determine the most beneficial size and type of implant suited to patient needs.

The iTero intra oral scanner enables Dr. Nemeth to easily take highly accurate digital impressions. Dr. Nemeth simply moves the scanner over the patient’s teeth to capture an impression. This technology offers convenience for patients, since it is faster and more comfortable than taking traditional impressions. Additionally, unlike physical impressions, digital impressions cannot be torn, distorted or otherwise deformed. This reduces the risk that patients will need to make a secondary visit to a periodontist near Detroit, MI, to have impressions taken again. This technology also helps Dr. Nemeth ensure that restorations are made correctly the first time, which minimizes unnecessary delays for patients.

By working with technology that is more accurate and less invasive, Dr. Nemeth hopes to encourage more patients to seek the treatment that they require. Patients who would like to learn more about the advanced technology that Dr. Nemeth uses during periodontal procedures, can visit his website for further information. Patients who are interested in scheduling consultations about receiving dental implants from a periodontist near Detroit, MI, are welcome to make appointments by calling Dr. Nemeth’s office.

About the Doctor

Joseph R. Nemeth, D.D.S. & Associates is a periodontal practice offering personalized dental care for patients in Southfield, MI. Dr. Nemeth has been serving patients for over 30 years. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan Dental School and completed graduate study in periodontics at New York University. Dr. Nemeth belongs to the one percent of dental professionals currently providing the Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure (LANAP®), the first FDA-cleared laser procedure for gum disease and periodontal treatment. Dr. Nemeth is also a member of the American Academy of Periodontology, the North American Society of Periodontists, and the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology. To learn more about Joseph R. Nemeth, D.D.S. & Associates and their dental services visit their website at, or call 248-357-3100.

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New Updates in Store for Maker Faire Detroit at The Henry Ford July 25-26, 2015

Dearborn, Mich. (PRWEB) April 02, 2015

Maker Faire Detroit returns to The Henry Ford on July 25-26, 2015 with new makers already confirmed, a new outdoor midway location and new craft partners Handmade Toledo for the family-friendly event showcasing the amazing work of makers of all ages. Inventors, tinkerers, hackers and do-it-yourselfers looking to participate in this year’s faire can now apply at until the June 1, 2015 closing date.

For the event’s sixth year, The Henry Ford will be moving the faire’s outdoor midway location from the front of Henry Ford Museum to the Lovett Hall lot located behind the museum. The new location provides guests more convenient parking opportunities and easier access to makers located both inside and outside the museum.

New for 2015, fans of celebrity modder Ben Heck can submit their creations for a chance to be featured in “The Hacktiques Road Show,” sponsored by the element14 Community. Chosen makers will be invited to the element14 booth on July 26th at Henry Ford Museum to show off their projects on camera with Ben and possibly be featured in an upcoming episode of element14’s The Ben Heck Show. All hacks are welcome and individuals or groups are encouraged to apply online at

Also making its Maker Faire Detroit debut this year is Cirque Mechanics. Inspired by the modern circus, Cirque Mechanics is known for its unique approach to performance, inspiring storytelling and innovative mechanical staging through acrobatics and a bit of clowning around. In addition to new makers, Handmade Toledo has signed on to present the handmade arts and crafts portion of this year’s faire.

Maker Faire Detroit is currently looking for a wide variety of eclectic, diverse and out-of-the-box ideas that highlight the DIY and tinkerer spirit to participate in this year’s event. Exhibits and displays can range from student projects, robotics, 3D printers and CNC mills, textile arts and crafts, home energy monitoring, rockets and R/C toys, sustainability, green tech, radios, vintage computers and game systems, electronics, electric vehicles, biology/biotech and chemistry projects, , puppets, kites, bicycles, shelter (tents, domes, etc.), and unusual tools or machines,

For more information, visit our website at or on Facebook at Maker Faire Detroit is independently produced by The Henry Ford in collaboration with Maker Media.

About The Henry Ford

The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan is an internationally-recognized cultural destination that brings the past forward by immersing visitors in the stories of ingenuity, resourcefulness and innovation that helped shape America. A national historic landmark with an unparalleled collection of artifacts from 300 years of American history, The Henry Ford is a force for sparking curiosity and inspiring tomorrow’s innovators. More than 1.6 million visitors annually experience its five attractions: Henry Ford Museum, Greenfield Village, The Ford Rouge Factory Tour, The Benson Ford Research Center and The Henry Ford IMAX Theatre. A continually expanding array of content available online provides anytime, anywhere access. The Henry Ford is also home to Henry Ford Academy, a public charter high school which educates 485 students a year on the institution’s campus. In 2014, The Henry Ford premiered its first-ever national television series, The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation, showcasing present-day change-makers and The Henry Ford’s artifacts and unique visitor experiences. Hosted by news correspondent and humorist, Mo Rocca, this weekly half-hour show airs Saturday mornings on CBS. For more information please visit our website

About Maker Media

Maker Media is a global platform for connecting makers with each other, with products and services, and with our partners. Through media, events and ecommerce, Maker Media serves a growing community of makers who bring a DIY mindset to technology. Whether as hobbyists or professionals, makers are creative, resourceful and curious, developing projects that demonstrate how they can interact with the world around them. The launch of Make: magazine in 2005, followed by Maker Faire in 2006, jumpstarted a worldwide Maker Movement, which is transforming innovation, culture and education. Headquartered in San Francisco, Maker Media is the publisher of Make: Magazine and the producer of Maker Faire. It also develops “getting started” kits and books that are sold in its Maker Shed store as well as in retail channels. The Make: brand caters to a universe of more than 25 million makers collectively across its Make: magazine,, Maker Faires, and Maker Shed properties.

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