Hillary tweets Donna Brazile video about how the Dukakis campaign kept the "colored girls" on a separate floor of a hotel. So that's the best example of racism they can come up with - their own left wing candidate?
Even if you aren't a baseball fan, Chicago Cubs' first baseman Anthony Rizzo's apology to an umpire last night is worth paying attention to and sharing with your tweens and teens. The Cubs are battling the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Championship Series, and the winner heads to the World Series.
California State University Fullerton listed dozens of words as inappropriate because theyre too gendered, including secretary, workmanship, and man-made. The list is part of an Inclusive Language Program, which several other universities have also adopted. CSU-Fullerton asked students to suggest what words and phrases you want people to eliminate. Princeton recently backpedaled after putting out a similarly restrictive inclusive language guide.
At the debate, moderator Chris Wallace asked Hillary if the Clinton Foundation was making pay-for-play arrangements with foreign governments. But did the Clinton Foundation stick to political influence peddling, or were more sinister extortion games being played by the Hill & Bill tag team? Consider the case of King Mohammed VI whose Government apparently paid the Clinton Foundation $12 million in 2015 (according to Wikileaks emails). An excellent backgrounder on this scenario was written by Ed Henry of Fox News: Abedin implicated Clinton in foundation trade-off with Morocco amid $12 million commitment.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen's interest in running a "high-pressure economy" threatens to add to an increasingly divisive climate at the U. S. central bank. In remarks last week that jarred the market, Yellen ruminated about the benefits of letting inflation run a little hotter than normal while allowing the unemployment rate to drop below the point that historically would trigger Fed tightening action.
43 Republican Senators. Bush 41 was able to get 11 Democrats to approve-good job. Most were from red states but one, Dixon(Illinois) was the only real profile in courage and paid the price a year later by losing the primary to Carol Mosley Braun. Our turncoats were Bob Packwood and Jim Jeffords.