Expert: Human Rights Watch’s Criticism of Israeli Relief in Nepal Undermines Its Credibility
ISIS in Gaza Says Hamas Worse Than ‘Jewish Occupiers’ as Tensions Between Groups Rise
An “eyewitness” in Baltimore delivered a chilling account on Monday of how a police officer chased down an unarmed black man and shot him in the back — except that’s not what happened at all, police said.
The Blaze has posted a video in which Megyn Kelly and Bill O’Reilly were discussing a shooting in Texas after an event held by Pamela Geller and others erupted in violence.
Ms. Kelly argued with Mr. O'Reilly when he said he would have done it another way.
“You know what else the jihadis don’t like? They hate Jews. Should we get rid of all Jews? That’s the path we’re going to go down if we start catering to the jihadis. Theres no satisfying them. There's no making them happy. You can't not do things because the jihadis are going to be upset."
The State Department Spokesperson was repeatedly asked about "whether or not the State Department has any concerns about the questions raised by numerous stories in the media about donations to the Clinton Foundation and various other subsidiaries I guess you would call – affiliates. Whether or not there are questions or concerns in this building about whether or not the questions about potential conflict of interest have any..."
Mr. Rathke responded, "Well, we are not aware of any evidence that actions taken by Secretary Clinton were influenced by donation to the Clinton Foundation or speech honoraria of former President Clinton. So that’s our view of that situation."
Read more at: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/dpb/2015/05/241844.htm#DEPARTMENT
Republican FCC commissioner Ajit Pai foresees a grim future for political websites should strict net neutrality rules govern the web.
Read more at http://redalertpolitics.com/2015/05/04/fcc-commissioner-government-shut-drudge-report/#L067wxGafgwIqqmc.99
President Obama was interviewed for the last time, by David Letterman on the Letterman show and it was nice to see the exchanges of gratitude between the two famous personalities. After the talk show host expressed his appreciation to the President and his wife for their appearances on his show, President Obama went on to say, "We've grown up with you. The country, I think, has, you know, after a tough day at the office, or coming home from work, you've been there to give us a little bit of joy, a little bit of laughter; it has meant so much and you're a part of all of us...You've given us a great gift and we love you.
The President's words brought to mind the Gemara in Taanit 22 regarding two men who Eliyahu Hanavi pointed out were assured a place in Olam Haba.
Rabbi Beroka Hoza'a approached them and asked what their profession was. They told him that they were professional jesters, who entertained people who appeared to be sad or depressed, or who worked to make peace between people who had been angry at one another.