Month: April 2017

Today’s Best Articles: April 24th, 2017

From The Week.Com:   JAMESPOULOS The trouble with Emmanuel Macron MICHAEL BRENDANDOUGHERTY Kill the EU? PASCAL-EMMANUELGOBRY France’s new political divide JEFFSPROSS Don’t fear a government shutdown. Fear the debt ceiling. JEVALANGE How do Trump’s first 100 days stack up to past presidents? JEVALANGE Presidential historians brutally assess Trump’s […]

Huffington Post Newsletter: April 24th, 2017

From Huffington Post.Com: By Lauren Weber Monday, April 24 FRENCH PRESIDENTIAL RUNOFF SET FOR MAY 7 French independent candidate Emmanuel Macron and ultra-conservative National Front leader Marine Le Pen will face off as political parties unite to stop the far-right candidate’s rise. Take a look at election maps to see how France voted. And here’s […]

1 – Lost

Originally posted on TANYA CLIFF:
“We are lost.” “We are NOT lost.” “Have you ever been to this place before? Does any of this look familiar to you? Loni…Loni!” Loni continued down the path without looking back. Dovni sighed, shrugged his shoulders, sat down and leaned against a…

April Is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) is an annual campaign to raise public awareness about sexual assault and educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual violence. It is observed in April. Each year during the month of April, state, territory, tribal and community-based organizations, rape crisis centers, government […]

رفع الجدار الفرنسي بوجه روسيا أكبر من ماكرون

Originally posted on Uprootedpalestinians's Blog:
? رفع الجدار الفرنسي بوجه روسيا أكبر من ماكرون ناصر قنديل أبريل 24, 2017 – لولا فارق الإثنين في المئة لكانت هزمت ماري لوبان وفاز بدخول الدورة الثانية الرئاسية فرانسوا فيون بوجه امانويل ماكرون أو لفاز جان لوك ملينشون وقد نال كل…

Casual Racism

Originally posted on Tea Pain:
You’ve heard of casual dress, casual dinin’, even casual sex.  Now add: “Casual Racism.”  Sadly it’s all around us to the point where we barely even notice it.  Let Tea Pain tell you about his brush with casual racism today. Tea Pain was…