So you might think that, with Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpGeraldo Rivera on Trump sowing election result doubts: 'Enough is enough now' Murkowski: Trump should concede White House race Scott Atlas resigns as coronavirus adviser to Trump MORE on his way out, liberal journalists finally would ease up on Trump, just a bit. But because he has refused to concede — and because of other perceived sins — CNN and PBS journalist Christiane Amanpour took a parting shot and did what so many on the left have done, many times before: She compared Trump to Adolf Hitler. … [Read more...] about The left’s turn against freedom: Curb speech, ban books, make an ‘enemies list’
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Brock’s super PAC, Correct the Record, currently coordinates with the Clinton campaign by exploiting a loophole in election law that allows for coordination on the Internet. However, at the time of the email exchange, Correct the Record functioned only as an opposition research arm of American Bridge, a pro-Clinton super PAC which is prohibited from coordinating with the campaign. … [Read more...] about Did Clinton Campaign Collude With George Stephanopoulos On Interview With ‘Clinton Cash’ Author?
Elyas al-Arja, the head of the city’s hotel association, said Bethlehem received some 3 million tourists in 2019. With Israel, the main entry point for international visitors to the region, banning tourists because of the coronavirus crisis, and the West Bank’s border crossing with Jordan closed to foreigners, that number is close to zero this year, he said. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Robs Biblical Bethlehem of Christmas Cheer
The book "Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica," also known as the "Principia," was first published in 1687 in Latin and discusses time, gravity and the forces of motion. It was believed that there were only 189 copies of the book when they were last counted in 1953, but a new study has identified 386 copies and it's possible that an additional 200 of them exist somewhere in private and public collections. … [Read more...] about Researchers uncover ‘hundreds’ of long-lost Isaac Newton’s famous works: ‘We felt like Sherlock Holmes’
I don’t think we can ever fill those shoes, but we’re noticing little footsteps in telling her story. I think this book is really a message of hope. A young girl during the war read fairy tales and dreamed of a better life. And when she finally achieved that, she gave back to the world. Somehow magically, the story being told is that there’s healing in hope. … [Read more...] about Audrey Hepburn’s son on how she coped with childhood famine during WWII: ‘Her dreams kept her going’