<p>carson And His Wife, Candy, Uses The Us Constitution To Explore Current Events And Controversial Issues.

Carson and his wife, Candy, uses the US Constitution to explore current events and controversial issues. View Caption of Strike while the iron’s hot. It’s an adage followed by many politicians, including former neurosurgeon Ben Carson, whose newest book hits shelves Tuesday, as the surprise 2016 GOP presidential candidate continues to surge in the polls. “A More Perfect Union: What We the People Can Do to Reclaim Our Constitutional Liberties,” co-authored by Dr. Carson and his wife, Candy, and published by Sentinel, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, uses the US Constitution to explore current events and controversial issues. Recommended: Famous opening lines: Take our literature quiz “As someone who has performed brain surgery thousands of times, I can assure you that the Constitution isn’t brain surgery…. In our age of political correctness it’s especially important to defend the Bill of Rights, which guarantees our freedom to speak, bear arms, practice our religion, and much more,” Carson said in a preview of the book. Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 10/06 Carson, a celebrated retired pediatric neurosurgeon captured national attention when he criticized President Obama at a National Prayer Breakfast in 2013. His comments won him conservative fans who encouraged him to enter politics. He is now one of three surprise contenders in the GOP presidential race with no political experience who are surging in the polls. In the RealClearPolitics average of recent national polls, Trump runs first in the Republican field at 23 percent, followed by Carson at 17 percent, and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina at 11 percent. “A More Perfect Union” is one of at least seven books, many of which have become bestsellers, penned by the former neurosurgeon. While the book is largely a 253-page primer of the 16-page Constitution covering the basics like the history, challenges to, and purpose of the founding document, Carson has recently used the topic as a means to speak out about controversial topics. For example, he told USA Today’s weekly paper, Capital Download, his philosophy on gun control is grounded in the Constitution. The lessons from the latest mass shooting aren’t to enact more limits on guns, he says, but to identify and treat mentally ill people, arm teachers, and question whether gun-free zones attract shooters. “If I had a little kid in kindergarten somewhere I would feel much more comfortable if I knew on that campus there was a police officer or somebody who was trained with a weapon,” he told Capital Download. “If the teacher was trained in the use of that weapon and had access to it, I would be much more comfortable if they had one than if they didn’t.” Carson recently came under fire for making comments suggesting he would not support a Muslim in the White House, a comment critics called unconstitutional. In September, Carson told Meet the Press host Chuck Todd he doesnt believe Islam is compatible with the Constitution and would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. In fact, the Constitution does not permit a national religion or a religious test for public office. Still, Carson tells Fox News he wrote the book to educate others about the founding document “Everyone knows we have a constitution but not many know what’s in it, and the Constitution is there to protect us, the people,” he told Fox News. “It’s 16 and one-third pages long, written at the level of an 8th grader, and they did that specifically so the people would understand what the foundation of our country is,” he said. Related Stories Get the Monitor stories you care about delivered to your inbox. Daily

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Et Invisible Sister On Disney Channel A Young Girl Must Find An Antidote Before Her Sister Becomes Permanently Invisible.

Scream Queens Halloween 9 p.m. ET — Austin & Ally on Disney Channel K.C. Undercover stars Kamil McFadden and Trinitee Stokes guest star. 9 p.m. ET Halloween Wars on Food Network This Halloween bake-off reality competition only comes around once a year. Check out the Season 5 premiere. 9:30 p.m. ET Liv and Maddie — Best Friends Whenever stars Landry Bender and Lauren Taylor guest star. Monday, Oct. 5 8 p.m. ET Outrageous: Halloween on Food Network You wont want to miss these monster-inspired sculptures and cakes. 9 p.m. ET Halloween Baking Championship on Food Network Top bakers must create their creepiest cupcake. Tuesday, Oct. 6 9 p.m. ET Scream Queens on Fox The new series is airing three Halloween episodes. The first is called Haunted House and will find Chanel plotting a diabolical plan after Zayday makes an announcement. 10 p.m. ET Chopped on Food Network Nothing is scarier than a basket of ingredients full of real blood and fake eyeballs. Friday, Oct. 9 8 p.m. ET Invisible Sister on Disney Channel A young girl must find an antidote before her sister becomes permanently invisible. Tuesday, Oct. 13 9 p.m. ET Scream Queens on Fox The second Halloween episode is titled Pumpkin Patch. Chanel wants to throw a pumpkin-patch party for her Kappa Kappa Tau presidential campaign, but Dean Munsch has an announcement that might ruin her plans. Saturday, Oct. 17 9 p.m.

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A Few Sponsors, Such As Hyperlite Mountain Gear, Have Provided Assistance.

”Even with financial backing, there’s stuff you can run into – river crossings alone are dangerous. I don’t know how you can fully prepare.” Hughes understands the risks. She knows winters in the Andes are brutal, summers in the tropics insufferable. The mountains are beautiful but deadly, wildlife always a wildcard. She fears other people most. Many countries in South and Central America are dangerous, even more so for a woman traveling by bicycle or foot. View gallery In this photo taken Aug. 28, 2015, Bethany Hughes walks through a park in Kansas City, Mo. as she pr Hughes has tried to mitigate the risk by taking wilderness survival courses, where she has learned everything from how to forage for food to how to build shelters. She knows a bit of taekwondo. And she’ll have a traveling companion in South America, Lauren Reed, an experienced hiker in her own right whom she met on the Pacific Crest Trail. ”I’m sure things will come up,” said Reed, who has also completed the Continental Divide Trail and Appalachian Trail – the so-called Triple Crown of hiking. ”Things will happen as they happen, and if there’s something dangerous, my hope is we’ll figure it out.” Hughes has spent several years planning the trip, saving much of the estimated $12,000 she will need annually working multiple jobs. A few sponsors, such as Hyperlite Mountain Gear, have provided assistance. But most of her support has come through grassroots fundraising. The plan is to follow the mountains through Argentina, Chile and Peru, then continue north through Ecuador and Colombia. Reed intends to drop off at that point, and Hughes will continue on bicycle through Central America and Mexico, before heading through the U.S. to Canada. There, depending on the weather, she will hike, cycle or canoe. She may even drive a sled-dog team part of the way, a skill she picked up living briefly in Alaska. View gallery In this photo taken Aug. 28, 2015, Bethany Hughes walks through a park in Kansas City, Mo.

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More Than 300 People Showed Up To Hear Watson’s Speech About The Drugs And The Violence And The Opportunity He Was Given To Escape It All.

“I was just in it for the candy,” Watson remembered. Deann was always careful with her kids, so she inspected the chocolates and sweets before he could devour his bounty. As Deann sifted through the treats, she found a pamphlet from Habitat for Humanity, the charitable organization devoted to providing affordable houses to those in need. It promised a new life if she made a commitment to work for it. “We were in government housing,” Watson tells the crowd. “[Mom] figured, ‘What could be worse?'” Watson talks about the old neighborhood, where he played pickup football games with gang members and drug dealers. He talks about the new house at the top of a hill with a wide front yard in a well-appointed suburban neighborhood. He talks about hope, because that’s what he found in his new home. The crowd, packed with Habitat organizers and volunteers, roars its approval, and Watson demurely waves a thank-you. He’s still getting used to being a pitchman. “I’m a lot more comfortable on the field than I am talking in front of a crowd,” he says later. Photos: Deshaun Watson with Habitat Check out more behind the scenes shots of Clemson’s Habitat for Humanity build. Photos Watson has never actually written out the speech, but the bullet points were already running through his mind a year ago as Clemson’s football team worked on a Habitat build in nearby Anderson, South Carolina — an annual event during the Tigers’ bye week. Jeff Davis, Clemson’s director of player development, was making the rounds and chatting with players when Watson pulled him aside and said he wanted to do more. A few months later, Watson and Davis met with Monroe Free, the executive director of Habitat for Humanity in Greenville, and hatched a plan for how Watson could become the face of the organization in South Carolina. Watson shared his story with Free and said he wanted to reach out to other kids who’d grown up in Habitat houses. When the meeting was over, Free returned home and gushed to his wife: “He’s a kid that you say, ‘I hope our kids grow up like that.'” By late July, Free had invited every Habitat family in the area out to meet Watson. More than 300 people showed up to hear Watson’s speech about the drugs and the violence and the opportunity he was given to escape it all. Then he posed for pictures and signed autographs and asked every kid what he or she hoped to do with the opportunity Habitat had provided. When Free looked at his watch as Watson wrapped up the meet-and-greet, he realized the Clemson quarterback had been there for more than three hours. A few days later, Free was on the phone with the directors of Habitat International. “We’ve got a kid here who’ll be a terrific spokesman for us for years to come,” he told them. And so Watson is here in Greenville just two weeks before what might be the biggest game of his college career, a showdown against No. 6 Notre Dame, donning an orange hard hat with a tiger paw emblazoned on the front and accepting Habitat for Humanity’s inaugural Next Generation award for children of Habitat homes who’ve gone on to achieve success. For Watson, however, the story isn’t about what he’s become.

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And, Many Of Us Love Chocolate.

The lobster is named Shelby, after former owner Shelby Putnam. Managers said it took 80 hours to create the colossal crustacean. Shelby went on display on Thursday, and workers at Haven’s said they have a lot of people stopping by to get a glimpse of Shelby. “The 100th anniversary is a special time anyway, and we just want to do something that is going to be memorable, and I think that people are really enjoying it so far,” Haven’s Candies President Erin Collins said. Haven’s has submitted Shelby to the Guinness Book of World Records. Shelby will likely be on display through the end of the year. Tweet Copyright 2015 by WMTW.com All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. U.S. EMBASSY AN “EXTRAORDINARY DAY.” KYLE: IT’S NO SECRET MANY PEOPLE LOVE LOBSTER, ESPECIALLY HERE IN MAINE. AND, MANY OF US LOVE CHOCOLATE. SO WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU COMBINE BOTH OF THEM? AN ATTEMPT AT A GUINNESS WORLD RECORD! HAVEN’S CANDIES IN WESTBROOK HAS SCULPTED A 418-POUND LOBSTER MADE ENTIRELY OUT OF CHOCOLATE. HIS NAME IS SHELBY, NAMED AFTER FORMER OWNER, SHELBY PUTMAN. HAVEN’S IS ALSO CELEBRATING ITS 100TH ANNIVERSARY. SHELBY’S ONLY BEEN ON DISPLAY FOR ONE DAY, BUT THERE HAS ALREADY BEEN A STEADY STREAM OF VISITORS. THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY AND WE WANTED TO DO SOMETHING THAT WILL BE MEMORABLE. AND I THINK PEOPLE ARE REALLY ENJOYING IT. KYLE: HAVEN’S HAVE SUBMITTED SHELBY TO THE GUINNESS BOOK OF

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Candy Jones, a model who had been in the Pacific for 15, 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of VJ Day. Post to Facebook The 70th Anniversary of VJ Day Candy Jones, a model who had been in the Pacific for 10 months entertaining troops, arrives home with American soldiers from Pearl Harbor as they celebrate the Allied victory on the U.S. Navy transport in New York City on Aug. 14, 1945. Aug. 15, 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of VJ Day. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1NtiLmu CancelSend A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 2 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs The 70th Anniversary of VJ Day Candy Jones, a model who had been in the Pacific for 10 months entertaining troops, arrives home with American soldiers from Pearl Harbor as they celebrate the Allied victory on the U.S. Navy transport in New York City on Aug. 14, 1945. Aug. 15, 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of VJ Day. Murray Befeler, AP Thousands of people celebrate VJ Day as they fill New York’s Times Square, Aug. 14, 1945. AP Thousands jammed New York’s Times Square after President Truman announced Japan’s unconditional surrender, Aug. 14, 1945. AP A large crowd of people, many waving American Flags in Times Square in New York following the announcement of the Japanese surrender. U.S. Library of Congress via European Pressphoto Agency People celebrate the victory over Japan on the White House lawn in Washington, Aug. 15,1945. U.S. Library of Congress via European Pressphoto Agency Residents of the ‘Little Italy’ neighborhood celebrate the surrender of Japan in New York city. United States Library of Congress via epa Japanese Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitsu, Japanese Gen. Yoshijiro Umezu and the Japansese delegation aboard the USS Missouri for the signing the surrender documents. U.S. Library of Congress via European Pressphoto Agency A Chinese newspaper vendor holds a copy of the China News Tribune announcing the surrender of the Japanese. U.S. Library of Congress via European Pressphoto Agency A Chinese newspaper vendor holds a copy of the China News Tribune announcing the surrender of the Japanese. U.S. Library of Congress via European Pressphoto Agency Fullscreen Eighty six-year-old Edith Shain stands in Times Square in front of a statue of her famous kiss with a sailor on V-J Day at the end of World War II Aug.11, 2005 in New York City. The famous kiss was photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt and the unveiling of the statue coincided with the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II on Aug. 14, 1945. Mario Tama, Getty Images Fullscreen Robert Smalley says that he was photographed in the background of the iconic moment of an American sailer kissing a woman on V-J Day in New York City. He can be seen immediately to the left of the sailor’s arm. Smalley was 17 years old at the time and was visiting Times Square during a two-hour layover while traveling to Boston. Frank Robertson, Chillicothe Gazette Fullscreen Visitors walk past tombstones of Chinese soldiers killed during World War II at the Tengchong Graveyard of National Heroes in Tengchong county of Yunnan province, China.

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Disney Research Wind-powered Cargo Ship Ship Design Could Return To The Days Of Wind And Sails.

The WalkCar from Kuniaki Saito and his team at Cocoa Motors weighs just 6.6-pounds and carries passengers up to 265 pounds on four small wheels. To steer, the rider leans right to left and to stop, he simply steps off. The device will cost around $800 and the company is taking pre-orders now. Cocoa Motors Capturing Facial Expressions Animated characters as well as computer avatars are becoming more and more lifelike. It should come as no surprise that scientists at Disney Research are making such improvements. This week, they unveiled a program that requires only a single camera to capture complex facial features in real-time. The software could eventually be used by animators to track the expressions of actors and convert them into realistic digital characters. Disney Research Wind-Powered Cargo Ship Ship design could return to the days of wind and sails. At the University of Tokyo , scientists are testing retractable rigid sails for use on cargo ships. Using abundant and free wind power out at sea for long-distance journeys could reduce emissions and fuel costs. University of Tokyo Carrot Helmet Waste not, want not. Researchers Fabiano Piccinno, Roland Hischier and Claudia Som from the Swiss research lab Empa found a way to turn the waste from carrot juice production into nanofibers that can be used to reinforce items such as motorcycle helmets, surfboards, dining tables, and high-end loudspeaker boxes, among others. Empa Privacy Laptop Do you really know what kind of software is on your computer and what third-party company is seeing your activity? Most likely not. A new laptop called Purism Librem 15 could change that. It will operate with free, open source software from top to bottom that, according to developer Todd Weaver, will respect your rights. Weaver has already sold 500 laptops and has surpassed his fundraising goal on the crowdfunding site, CrowdSupply . Click the link to find out more. Puri.sm Concrete Crushing Robot Japanese construction equipment maker Taguchi Industrial gave us a peek this week at the future of heavy-duty machinery. I foresee a book by Stephen King, because the “Super Guzzilla” is a thing of nightmares.

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Moreover, Hsy Does Not Have A Decent History In Earnings Season.

Hersheys sales trends have been weak since 2014 due to lower retail store traffic, intense competition from the broader snacking category and soft international growth, mainly in China. The company has slashed its sales guidance thrice this year due to slower than expected growth in China. This is especially true given the recent earnings estimate revisions for HSY as the consensus estimate for 2015 has been going lower. Moreover, HSY does not have a decent history in earnings season. HSY has posted in-line earnings in only one out of the past four quarters while delivering negative earnings surprise in the other three, making for an average negative earnings surprise of 2.47%. Currently, HSY has a Zacks Rank #4 (Sell), but that could change following Hersheys earnings report which was just released. We have highlighted some of the key stats from this just-revealed announcement below: Earnings: HSY beat on earnings. Our consensus earnings estimate called for EPS of 74 cents/share, and the company reported EPS of $78 instead. Investors should note that these figures take out stock option expenses. Revenues: HSY reported revenues of $1.58 billion. This missed our consensus estimate of $1.62 billion. Key Stats to Note: The company lowered its fiscal 2015 sales growth guidance while maintained its earnings growth range. Check back later for our full write up on this HSY earnings report later! Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report >> Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report

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The Candy (and Dispensers) Were First Introduced To U.s.

Hollywood has officially run out of ideas. Theres going to be a Pezmovie. The Three Stooges and Brothers in Law screenwriter Cameron Fay will reportedly pen a script for an animated feature based on the famous candy dispensers (and the chalky candy they dispense, one would think). According to Deadline , PezCandy Inc. has entered into an agreement with Envision Media Arts (EMA) to develop the film, which is expected to bea self-aware meta-comedy that pokes fun at its ownridiculous premise. Related: Emojis are moving off your phone and onto the big screen in new animated film The Pezmovie will be produced byLee Nelson (Pathfinder) and David Buelow (Celeste & Jesse Forever). EMAs most recent project is the upcoming dramaHenry Joseph Church, starring Eddie Murphy and Britt Robertson. Pez Candy is beloved by children and adults alike, said EMA CEO and founder Lee Nelson in a statement accompanying the announcement. With Cameron Fay weve created a world unique to Pezand a story that will touch the hearts of many. First introduced 88 years ago in Austria, Pezcandy and its signature dispensers featuring various characters heads are now sold in more than 80 countries, with the dispensers becominga popular collectible due to the wide variety of licensed properties that have adorned them over the years. The candy (and dispensers) were first introduced to U.S. markets approximately 50 years ago, and caught on like wildfire. Over 3 billion PEZ candies are now consumed in the U.S. each year, and everything from DC and Marvel comics characters to NASCAR drivers and the rock band KISS have been featured as PEZ dispensers. Theres no word on what sort of story a Pezmovie will follow, but given that weve already seen plans for a movie about emojis move forward, anything is possible at this point. Basically, we should all brace ourselves forTwizzlers: The Movie. Its only a matter of time. Get our Top Stories delivered to your inbox:

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Chocolate Production Onsite And Service To Customers Continues Normally.

Cargill, Inc. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ –Cargill has now completed the acquisition of ADM’s global chocolate business for an enterprise value of $440m. The acquisition underlines Cargill’s commitment to meeting customer needs and constitutes a milestone for its chocolate growth strategy, strengthening its position as a leading player in the cocoa and chocolate industry. View photo . The combined business provides Cargill with enhanced capabilities and product ranges to deliver a broad portfolio of products that support the long-term needs of existing and new customers. Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business now operates globally with 27 sites in 11 countries with over 3,000 employees and serves customer needs worldwide with a distinctive range of innovative and high quality cocoa and chocolate products, tailor-made for confectionery, bakery, dairy, and other applications. Addressing the European Commission’s conditional clearance, Cargill has agreed to divest ADM’s industrial chocolate production facility in Mannheim, Germany. The facility is kept as a separate entity with its own interim management until transferred to a prospective buyer. Chocolate production onsite and service to customers continues normally. “Along with our access to the global cocoa supply chain and an enhanced technology base, we will be able to improve the delivery of new applications to our customers. We are seriously committed to help our customers grow and are excited to begin our new journey,” says Jos de Loor, president of Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business EMEA and Asia. “Bringing together the talents and expertise of our two organizations will enable us to have a broader market reach and an even better product and service capability,” comments Bryan Wurscher, president Cargill Cocoa and Chocolate North America. “By understanding and responding to customers’ needs we will be able to offer them distinctive value, which in turn will help create growth opportunities for our customers and for our business, as we increase the scale and focus of our operations.” About Cargill Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and 150 years of experience. We have 152,000 employees in 67 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work. About Cargill’s global cocoa and chocolate business Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business offers the food industry a wide range of both standard and customised cocoa and chocolate ingredients for use in delicious bakery, confectionery and dairy applications all over the world. The company’s product range includes high quality Gerkens cocoa powders, chocolate, coatings, fillings, cocoa liquors and cocoa butters. With years of experience in technical food expertise Cargill supports its customers in new recipes and new product development. Cargill’s processing plants in Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Cote d’Ivoire, France, Germany, Ghana, Indonesia, the Netherlands, UK and the USA are in full compliance with the highest food safety standards. To secure a good quality and sustainable supply of cocoa beans, Cargill has its own cocoa bean sourcing operations for buying, handling and exporting of cocoa beans in Brazil, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire and Indonesia. Presence in all the leading producing countries allows Cargill to oversee the supply chain from beans at origin to cocoa and chocolate products on its customers’ doorsteps. In addition, extensive market research and analysis proves to be a source of valuable information to customers. More information is available at www.cargillcocoachocolate.com/

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