The progressive Daily Beast on Monday had a post from their resident writer on Jewish Issues Emily Hauser. The article written in the form of an open letter called, "Dear fellow Jews—I implore you: Please, please stop trying to make people shut up."
Now that Alec Baldwin and Martin Bashir are gone, MSNBC may have a new problem. Their latest anchor to loosen his lips is Touré. He had some racially charged words for CNN's Don Lemon via his Twitter account.
At Palatine High School in Illinois, an English teacher denied Sophomore Abigail Cornejo's request to write on the topic of abortion for their "Controversial Subject" paper unless she planned to write from a pro-choice perspective.
In an interview with USA Today, the architect of Obamacare, Ezekiel Emanuel, declared that “exhaustion” was to blame for the rollout debacle, and that we cannot judge the success of the law until the end of 2015.
On Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace, syndicated columnist George Will took the opportunity to launch a blistering analysis of President Obama.
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, architect of Obamacare, appeared on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace. He is the latest liberal to brazenly rewrite the president's now infamous lie, "if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor," arguing this time that the president never promised Americans "unlimited choice." If they want their doctor, they may just have to pay more.
One of the memes of supporters of the P5+1 deal with Iran is the United States rebuffed a peace offering by Iran in 2003, and instead went forward with sanctions that ultimately failed. Glenn Kessler, fact checker of the Washington Post, however, disagrees, assigning the claim three Pinocchios which, according to his scale, means it contains "significant factual error and/or obvious contradictions."
Only days after former Pink Floyd star Roger Waters defended using an anti-Semitic prop in his concerts (a giant inflatable pig wearing a Star of David), CounterPunch magazine published an interview with the aging rockstar in which he called for action against what he described as the Nazi-like actions of Israel, the "right-wing rabbinate," and “the Jewish lobby.”
MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry began her Sunday program discussing a racist and hateful word conceived by "wealthy white men," designed to elevate themselves "above and apart from a black man" and to "shame and divide and degrade." These same people have even labeled the president with the word. The word? "Obamacare," the new N-word.