Since the beginning of the White House transition in January, members of President Donald Trump's cabinet have been gathering for weekly prayer sessions. As an outside group, the Capitol Ministry sessions, which are closed, must be sponsored by someone in the government in order to hold meetings in a Congressional building. In the White House, they are currently sponsored by no less than eight politicians including . . . .
The mental disorder known as liberalism . . .
A number of universities, including Brown, Cornell and the University of Wisconsin at Madison now are stocking tampons and pads in men's rooms, either through a student vote or by administrators following the latest politically correct fad. At Cornell, for instance, over 78% of the more than 3,000 students who voted were in favor of the idea, so as to be 'inclusive' of transgenders.
And who is paying for this nonsense? Taxpayers, of course, because one of the arguments being made is that it's economically unjust for students to have to pay for these products themselves.
Those who welcome even some of how Fox News has changed the national media landscape should think critically about recent events and what knowledgeable critics are saying. In the Unresolved Problem segment tonight, here are five reasons why trust in Fox News has eroded over the past year.
The essence of end-time delusion . . . .
So, imagine the surprise and dismay the world is now exhibiting with the knowledge the United Nations has elected Saudi Arabia as a member of its Women's Rights Commission called the "Commission on the Status of Women."
Geneva-based UN Watch president Hillel Neuer likened the election to, "making an arsonist into the town Fire Chief!"
Speaking from Moscow, Russian Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar warned that France is "heading toward radicalization." He stated plainly that, "If Marine Le Pen is elected president of France, the Jews must leave."
Mark Levin highlights the treasonous acts of Barack Hussein Obama
In Obama's hidden Iran deal giveaway," Josh Meyer reports that when President Obama released Iranian-born prisoners to secure Iranian support for his administration's infamous nuclear deal, he portrayed the released prisoners as simple "civilians." "In reality," Meyer writes, "some of them were accused by Obama's own Justice Department of posing threats to national security."
The left-wing media is engaged in attempted character assassination against Sean Hannity as part of their effort to try and destroy the Fox News Channel.
On Monday's broadcast of the Fox News Channel's "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Caitlyn Jenner said, "I'm not a one-issue voter." But that there is a lot of pressure to be a single-issue voter, and "A lot in our community are...were very upset that I, you know, I was a Republican, and I said at the Republican National Convention, I said it was harder to come out as trans than it was to come out a member of the Republican Party."
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