A year ago, Christian satellite television channel SAT-7 KIDS first filmed and aired an interview with Myriam in a Christmas special from Northern Iraq. When the station then published the clip of her interview on the Internet and social media, millions of viewers around the globe were inspired by her faith and forgiveness.
Liberal Jews teach their children how to dea with anti-Semitism on campuses.
I wonder whether the sad irony of the situation has registered with the congregation, the vast majority of whose members are leftists. Anti-Semitism is so rampant at America’s colleges and universities that teenage Jews need special training before entering this bastion of leftism.
It is both amusing and saddening that when Bloomberg and MSNBC "reporters" Mark Halperin and John Heilemann learned of the secret meeting between Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch at an Arizona runway, their response was "Well, Bill Clinton is a friendly guy." Such is the state of American journalism today. Although it was a one day story, the MSM really didn't ask that many questions about it.
Campaign finance records show Mr. McAuliffe’s political-action committee donated $467,500 to the 2015 state Senate campaign of Dr. Jill McCabe, who is married to Andrew McCabe, now the deputy director of the FBI.
The Virginia Democratic Party, over which Mr. McAuliffe exerts considerable control, donated an additional $207,788 worth of support to Dr. McCabe’s campaign in the form of mailers, according to the records. That adds up to slightly more than $675,000 to her candidacy from entities either directly under Mr. McAuliffe’s control or strongly influenced by him. The figure represents more than a third of all the campaign funds Dr. McCabe raised in the effort.
Has there been such a variance in polls in previous elections. The IBD poll, the most acccurate in previous electiions has Trump up by one. The Rasmussen poll has him up two. Other polls show him behind.
Columnist George Will notes the radical leftists have changed acadmeia but it's not for the better.
That purpose, as Hanna Holborn Gray, a former president of the University of Chicago, once said, is not to make young adults comfortable, it is to make them think. Since 1975, however, universities have embraced the doctrine that speec#mce_temp_url#h that offends people actually harms them, mentally and even physically.