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” and refers to the Celtic belief of souls bonding. is the natural evolution of what was happening in the previous cycles where data was driving a lot of digital campaigns” Nix says “But now data is richer [the] amount of data is greater and the granularity is higher” Methodology The Political TV Ad Archive a project of the Internet Archive tracks political ads by scanning television in major media markets near select primaries and caucus several weeks in advance using a technique known as "sound fingerprinting" to detect an ad on local TV Internal audits of the data versus other ways of measuring political advertising suggest this method captures the vast majority of ads Due to the possibility for false positives using this technique TIME worked closely with the researchers to manually check as much of the data as possible against the original footage from the show The ad firm Øptimus which worked with the Rubio campaign this cycle analyzed the advantages of advertising during non-prime-time TV slots The SuperPACs included in this analysis are based on Open Secrets’ list of affiliated organizations: Right to Rise USA (Jeb Bush) 2016 Cmte (Ben Carson) America Leads (Chris Christie) Priorities USA (Hillary Clinton) Ready for Hillary (Hillary Clinton) Keep the Promise (Ted Cruz) Stand For Truth (Ted Cruz) Trusted Leadership PAC (Ted Cruz) Make DC Listen (Ted Cruz) Reigniting the Promise (Ted Cruz) Courageous Conservatives PAC (Ted Cruz) Carly for America Cmte (Carly Fiorina) Gilmore For America LLC (Jim Gilmore) Security is Strength (Lindsey Graham) Pursuing America’s Greatness (Mike Huckabee) Believe Again (Bobby Jindal) New Day For America (John Kasich) New Day Independent Media Cmte (John Kasich) Generation Forward (Martin O’Malley) Concerned American Voters (Rand Paul) America’s Liberty PAC (Rand Paul) Opportunity & Freedom PAC (Rick Perry) Baby Got PAC (Marco Rubio) Conservative Solutions PAC (Marco Rubio) Working Again PAC (Rick Santorum) Great America PAC (Donald Trump) Patriots for Trump (Donald Trump) Unintimidated PAC (Scott Walker) Write to Pratheek Rebala at pratheekrebala@timecomIDEAS Farrell is Country Representative for South Sudan Catholic Relief Services South Sudan can break your heart Many of us who have devoted years to this country felt that when violence recently broke a fragile peace But the reason the place breaks our hearts is because we love it We love its people We love their new nation And we have faith in its future Observing from afar you might be inclined to throw up your hands and think there will never be peace in a region that has known war for so long But dont Those fighting are a tiny minority Most South Sudanese remain the people who displayed such hopeful optimism when they became the worlds newest nation five years ago Independence came after decades of war with the government of Sudan its neighbor to the north Many thought that that war would never end But it did with a 2005 peace agreement that led to a referendum on secession An overwhelming vote resulted in the birth of a new nation on July 9 2011 The fragile peace was too easily broken two years later by a few hundred fighters loyal to either President Salva Kiir Mayardit or Vice President Riek Machar rivals in the revolution whose differences were never set aside The violence spread to many parts of the country widening longstanding ethnic divisions International pressure on Kiir and Machar brought a cessation to hostilities in August 2015 and a plan for a national unity government That plan has been endangered by the latest fighting in Juba the countrys capital War and violence often cause us to withdraw to our own safe boundaries looking across at the "other" wondering why they cannot live in peace as we do That is certainly the way many look at South Sudan and other stubborn conflicts in the world today But consider our own history Within a few years of the independence we celebrate every July 4 these United States almost came apart until a new Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation But that put off the question of slavery not settled until we fought our own bloody civil war The travails of South Sudan indeed of many countries only a few decades removed from colonial rule parallel those of our nation It has taken many many years to build our own still imperfect roads connecting our divided peoples Just as we did not give up on the United States so we should not give up on South Sudan Its people want exactly what you do: peace security jobs They want to be able to raise their children to feed them to educate them to see them stride into the future with the dignity and confidence that seemed on the horizon at independence just five years ago In other words South Sudanese are exactly like us in their aspirations For over 30 years Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has been one of the humanitarian agencies most active in South Sudan We have worked closely with the Catholic Church one the most respected and trusted institutions in a land that spent decades with little formal government Church pressure was critical to the 2005 peace accord One of our ongoing projects a US government-funded program in Jonglei State that combines both emergency assistance and longer-term development work is instructive It taught us that the divisions that lead to violence disappear when people join together toward a mutual goal especially when that goal is a new road While those working together on construction learned to respect one another the road itself connected people through trade commerce and social interaction Those who lived a few miles away had been the "other" Now they were fellow South Sudanese So there is hope What we need now is for the US government to stay active working both to alleviate suffering and bring an end to violent conflict The UN needs to effectively carry out its mandate to protect civilians as it monitors conflict Humanitarian actors must be able to reach those in need safely and securely Certainly we are frustrated indeed heartbroken with this setback But we know that the best chance for a successful peace is to keep supporting the current peace process in a constructive way We must pressure local national and regional actors to implement it fully The Transitional Government of National Unity needs to become a reality The US government worked hard both in the run-up to the 2011 referendum and in gaining the August 2015 peace accord Those efforts should continue unabated For the sake of the millions of South Sudanese give peace a chance Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors just like muscles. not just me, the central government had set up a Rs 5,N. from Superbad director Philips, David Barton, preached one day and 34 people accepted Jesus as their savior. The impact of structural reforms All the structural reforms undertaken in the last four years have been detailed in my blog dated 26. 2014.

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