Washington Free Beacon, by Sonny Bunch Posted By: Pluperfect- Sat, 24 19 2018 10:19:30 GMT I generally avoid discussing gun control/mass shootings because the arguments are so rote and the arguers are so calcified that few minds are likely to change. For what it´s worth, I would like to associate myself with David French´s arguments here about the state of the debate, the gap between right and left on the issue, and what might be done to curb gun violence even more than it has already been curbed. But it is worth noting, briefly, that the shooting in Parkland, Fla., represented a rather large failure to adhere to the rules learned after the Columbine shooting almost
Hillary Clinton Writes Rave Review for Cecile Richards Book: ´Inspiration for Aspiring Leaders Everywhere´
Townhall, by Lauretta Brown Posted By: MissMolly- Sat, 24 27 2018 10:27:34 GMT Cecile Richards, the outgoing president of the nation’s largest abortion provider, has a new book coming out in April: “Make Trouble: Standing Up, Speaking Out, and Finding the Courage to Lead”My Life Story.” Her book already has some reviews from big names on Amazon including twice failed presidential candidate and former first lady Hillary Clinton. Clinton writes that in the book, “with humor, heart, and hope, Cecile Richards offers practical advice and inspiration for aspiring leaders everywhere.” “For more than a decade,” Clinton says fondly, “America has known Cecile Richards as the fierce and fearless president of Planned Parenthood. Make Trouble offers
Even though it’s fictitious.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz’s likely Democratic challenger has far outpaced the Texas Republican in fundraising so far this election year, federal filings show.
“I’m bleeding maple syrup from this.”
The American men have won the Olympic gold medal in curling in a decisive upset of Sweden.
Washington Examiner, by Kate Hardiman Posted By: flossymeg47- Sat, 24 29 2018 08:29:40 GMT Purdue Online Writing Lab, a citation website provided by Purdue University available for free to the general public, recently updated its writing guidelines to instruct the avoidance of “stereotypes and biased language.” “Writing in a non’sexist, non’biased way is both ethically sound and effective,” the Purdue OWL site authors claim.
What a performance!