A terrified girl eating a loaf of bread in the rubble of her house would be a heart-wrenching sight. So would be an injured toddler, or a father with his son in the midst of fallen buildings and so would be the countless other photos of these and such people who are the residents of the Gaza Strip. 452 more words
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The focus has been intense on the wildly disproportionate number of black students who are suspended or expelled from America’s public schools.
But what has flown quietly under the radar scope is the even more wildly disproportionate number of black students who are arrested on high school and even elementary school campuses for alleged behavior that in decades passed was handled in the principal’s office and with a call home to parents. 862 more words
My French is not perfect. It is far from being perfect! It’s “la merde”! But when I hear that dinosaur speak about his far right ideals of immigration (not to mention his brilliant philosophy about women), my french goes like this: Éric Zemmour avec son discoures et déclarations d’amour pour les principes Suisse – avec sa glorification des idée chrétiennes autour des questions d’immigration – il reste un chrétien comme un sacre crétin.
Radical feminists for some reason remind me of the BNP or EDl. The movement is just heading a different direction. For example, the EDL are against British Muslim Pakistanis based on their stereotypes. 548 more words