He is also likely to be ruled out of Liverpool's Champions League game against Atalanta next Wednesday, while Elneny is expected to miss Arsenal's trip to Leeds United on Sunday and their Europa League clash at Molde on Nov 26. … [Read more...] about Egypt’s Salah tests positive for COVID-19 again
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The Rev. Armando Martinez preached to the folks in line. “In the midst of Pandemic, in the midst of what we are going through in society, I want to let you know that if you are on the side of Jesus Christ, you are on the winning side.” … [Read more...] about East Bay Groups Give Away Hundreds Of Meals Before Thanksgiving Amid Overwhelming Need
Over the weekend, former View co-host Rosie O’Donnell spoke at the “Lights for Liberty: A Vigil to End Human Concentration Camps” protest in New York — one of hundreds across the country — and made a call to take the “fascist” out of the White House. … [Read more...] about Tom Arnold: ‘This Is Exactly How It Started, Germany 1930’s, Families Rounded Up’
So, the president would clearly love to fire Robert Mueller. And as anyone who’s familiar with the history of the Nixon presidency knows, Trump has the right to do so. Special prosecutors serve at the president’s pleasure (for some stupid reason). In fact, the only genuine constraints on the president’s capacity to suspend the rule of law are political. Many legal analysts believe that the president cannot be indicted while in office. And even if he could, Trump retains the power of the pardon. … [Read more...] about Could Trump Get Away With Firing the Special Prosecutor?
These are worthwhile critiques of Klein’s exact phrasing: American politics often leads to violence (as does every other kind). And the argument Klein’s critics are making isn’t merely pedantic. Mainstream political discourse routinely downplays the violence that American policy makers produce and legitimate — even as our elected leaders condemn foreign children to fiery deaths on a regular basis. Our nation’s blindness to such violence is a crisis. Read literally, Klein’s tweet perpetuated that blindness. … [Read more...] about The Case for Nonviolence in a Violent Society