Thugs on both sides? Mainstream Muslim leaders have been quick to condemn the Charlie Hebdo attacks. But Linda Sarsour of the Arab American Association of New York also told Al Jazeera that there is a double standard
Thursday, January 8, 2015
Pencils up The attack in France has inspired millions of people to take a stand for free speech… and for the right to offend – which was Charlie Hebdo’s mission as a satirical magazine. But chanting for free speech doesn’t make it so.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Pity poor Harvard The New York Times created a sensation this week with a story about how employees at Harvard, the incubator for Obamacare, finally got the same letter that a lot of us got
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
The symbol we dare not display "All-gender restroom on horizon for high schools."
It’s about creating a safe facility for students who don’t identify as male or female.
Can good parenting raise your child’s IQ? It’s natural to think that things like … reading bedtime stories, posting the alphabet of the wall of the nursery, playing Mozart at bedtime should ALL boost your child’s intelligence.
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Maybe New Jersey is to blame? A young Mom takes a group of kids to the WalMart in Hayden, Idaho including her two-year-old boy… who starts exploring her purse, which in most cases means the keys fall out, or the credit cards get scattered – and child comes away learning you don’t play with Mommy’s purse. Not this time.
The show must will go on Sony Pictures is promising to figure out a way to release Seth Rogan’s comedy "The Interview" about two journalists being recruited by the CIA to assassinate dictator Kim Jong Un – in spite of North Korea’s threats.