Fuming Bernie supporters: Why is CNN deleting our comments?
CNN reports on the death of Jamie Zimmerman, a 31-year-old doctor who "provided on-air analysis for ABC News" who drowned while on vacation in Hawaii.
Her mother has written a tribute to her.
"My little girl was always trying to do too much," she wrote. "She wanted to write books and already had a literary agent. She just couldn't stop taking on more. It's as if she knew her time was limited and she was trying to fit it all in!"
This included trying to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by wrting an article with the following great advice.
"The United States is highly influential in this region, and provides more foreign aid to Israel than any other country on the globe. If you live in the US, call your congressional representative, senators and President Obama, asking them to put pressure on Israel and Hamas to negotiate a cease-fire immediately."
UGH: CBS News Reporter describes Israelis carrying guns in the open as PARANOID
The word "paranoia" is defined below.
1. A mental condition characterized by delusions of persecution, unwarranted jealousy, or exaggerated self-importance, typically worked into an organized system. It may be an aspect of chronic personality disorder, of drug abuse, or of a serious condition such as schizophrenia in which the person loses touch with reality.
1.1 Unjustified suspicion and mistrust of other people
CBS News reporter Jonathan Vigliotti began his reporting form the streets of Jerusalem with the following words.
"The increased presence of the military here on the streets is truly adding to the paranoia..."
Huh? Are Israelis suffering from delusions and are they unjustifiably suspicious?
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Fabulous shiur by Rabbi Fischel Schachter - The Process Is Underway He ends his shiur with the words of this week's haftorah.
"Sing you barren woman who has not borne; burst out into song and jubilate;;;and your seed shall inherit nations and repeople desolate cities."