Three American Heroes

Three American Heroes

buy gabapentin cheap by | Aug 27, 2015 | adrenaline, American heroes, Ayoub El Kahzani, France, Hollande, Inspector Clouseau, ISIS, Legion of Honor, Napoleon, Obama, Pink Panther, Sadler, Skarlatos, social media, Spain, Stone, Syria, terrorism, train gunman

   After last week’s post (“Religion, Rape and Slavery,” 8/21/15), what could be more uplifting than the story of three young Americans, whose heroic efforts to subdue an armed terrorist saved the lives of  over 500 people aboard a crowded bullet train between...

Anti-Semitic Fever and Holocaust Remembrance Day

by | Apr 17, 2015 | anti-Semitism, Charlie Hebdo, college, Dieudonne M'bala M'bala, France, Holocaust Remembrance Day, Jews, Ku Klux Klan, Mt. Holyoke, quenelle, Stanford, Vassar, World War II

     Back in the 1970s, when I left my parents’nest for Vassar College, I never worried about anti-Semitism. Only a train ride from New York City, I felt safe and accepted at my home away from home. Vassar, in particular, had been welcoming to a diverse...

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