Troubleshooting office phone system issues at your business may be something that can be done before users call a phone system technician. House Republican officials said the first budget blueprint of the 114th Congress will not stray far from the plans drafted by Representative Paul D. Ryan, Republican of Wisconsin and the departing Budget Committee chairman. Those plans, passed along party lines three times since Republicans took control of the House in 2011, were never going anywhere with the Senate in Democratic hands. On Sunday, September 24, the German people voted once again for Angela Merkel as their chancellor. Her victory was overshadowed by the entry of a far-right AfD party into Parliament for the first time in more than 60 years. The strong showing by the AfD was attributed to voter anger over immigration and inequality. Ms. Merkel and her center-right Christian Democrats won, but is was weakened victory, as it proved that far-right populism was far from dead in Europe. Bisbee Deportation of 1917 The Bisbee Deportation of 1917 was an event specific to Arizona that influenced the labor movement throughout the United States. What started as a labor dispute between copper mining companies and their workers turned into vigilante action against the allegedly nefarious activities of the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.). This site is a research-based collection of primary and secondary sources for the study of the deportation of over 1,000 striking miners from Bisbee on 12 July, 1917. Materials include I.W.W. publications, personal recollections, newspaper articles, court records, government reports, correspondence, and journal articles that are part of the collections of three libraries: The University of Arizona Library, the Arizona Historical Society, Tucson, Arizona, and the Sharlot Hall Museum, Prescott, Arizona. 80 Joanne Shapland and Matthew Hall, ‘What Do We Know About the Effects of Crime on Victims?’ (2007) 14 International Review of Victimology 175, 186; David Baker, ‘Feeling Safe Again: Recovering from Property Crime’ (Policy Brief No.66, The Australia Institute, September 2014); Cassandra Cross et al, ‘Challenges of Responding to Online Fraud Victimisation in Australia’ (Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice No. 474, Australian Institute of Criminology, May 2014) 3. Note that there is relatively little research on the experiences and needs of victims of property crime. Bree Cook et al, Victims’ Needs, Victims’ Rights: Policies and Programs for Victims of Crime in Australia (Research and Public Policy Series No.19, Australian Institute of Criminology, 1999) x, noting the need for further research into ‘more common forms of victimisation’, such as burglary.