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According to Hillel International, there were 244 anti-Semitic incidents at American campuses reported during the 2020-2021 school year. That's up from 181 incidents the year before, perhaps an especially significant increase given that many students did not convene in person, but instead attended classes online in 2020. In light of such a trend, one might hope that the ballooning number of academic administrators hired by colleges and universities to foster a welcoming atmosphere for students of diverse backgrounds would be sensitive to anti-Semitic attitudes. But, according to a new report, a great many university officers seemingly hired to combat anti-Semitic discrimination sympathize with anti-Semitism themselves. The author of that report, Jay Greene, joins this week's podcast. He analyzed the public Twitter feeds of hundreds of DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) professionals at 65 different universities and found that, of their over 600 tweets about Israel, 96% of them were critical. That in itself might not constitute anti-Semitism. But, as Greene explains in conversation with Mosaic editor Jonathan Silver, neither does it inspire confidence in how those who are charged with handling anti-Semitic concerns on campus might approach them. Musical selections in this podcast are drawn from the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, op. 31a, composed by Paul Ben-Haim and performed by the ARC Ensemble.
The numbers are just heartbreaking. Over the last 30 years, 216,786 hate crimes were reported in the United States. And 34% of those crimes were against African Americans. Hate crimes against Jewish Americans placed second, with nearly 13%. Now, as 2022 gets underway, state lawmakers are looking to pass new hate crime legislation. The question is: Will it have an effect? Those are the questions Spectrum News 13's Ybeth Bruzual puts to Sarah Emmons, regional director for the Anti-Defamation League, and Olivia Babis, senior public policy analyst for Disability Rights Florida, on this week's Central Florida: Beyond the Soundbite. ABOUT THE SHOW Political figures and influencers are often heard in brief bites that don't capture the context of the whole story. “Central Florida: Beyond the Soundbite” expands the conversation with these newsmakers along the I-4 corridor and beyond. Join award-winning Spectrum News 13 anchor and Orlando Woman of the Year Ybeth Bruzual, political reporter Greg Angel, and veteran producer Gary Darling for a must-hear interview each week and learn about the issues affecting Central Florida.
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Esther 5-10 We are in the Nation Stream reading from the Tree of Life Version. 7streamsmethod.com | @7streamsmethod | Donate Commentary by Dr. Drake Travis Lord Jesus, you are our Savior. And it is inspiring to see people step up and do the work God has called them to do to save the innocent; others who have been sentenced to die. We pray that Esther inspires us to be better missionaries. Amen. 5 - Queen Esther went to work planning how she was going to rescue her family and her people. Her plan was not to go brash here but to go stealth. Remember the man who hatched the plan to kill the Jews was Haman in Persia. He is the one who had to be stopped. The King; Esther's husband had the power to do that. So she had to get to the King even though he had not summoned her. But to go to him unsummoned left one'self open to the gallows. She walked the gauntlet, was invited in, and had her conference with the king. Notice that her beauty was what gave her leverage. Her gracious heart came through and that showed all over her face. She and the king had affection for eachother and that steered the heart of the most powerful man on earth. Ladies today can learn here. The culture has trained modern women to stomp their feet, roar like a lion, demand this and that, demand equality (which never will exist), and get ugly about feminine rights. All this does is paralyze the culture and eventually eradicates faith from a people. Learn from Esther here. Take note of her first tactic and therein is the doorway to the results she needs. She gets the kings ear and the king is willing to give her anything - up to half of all he owns! Would you like the richest man on earth to make you an offer like that? See how her gracious nature and faith come in to play? The pathway to the outcome she needs is well established by her wisdom and grace - not ugly assertions. So Esther requests a banquet for the King and Haman and her [only to build Haman's confidence]. Haman at the same time is getting more and more angry at Esther's uncle Mordecai - not knowing the two are related! Mordecai will not bow to Haman when he walks by and it's making Haman mad with rage. So Haman works a plan that his wife schemed out and a gallows is built to execute Mordecai on as soon it can be arranged. Keep note of where that woman's plans led her existence... 6 - About that time the King is reminded by his chroniclers that it was Mordecai that saved his life; foiling an assassination attempt some time ago. So the king honors him parading him through the streets for saving the king's life and Haman gets the job of guiding the horse! Ha! Haman wazzzz enroute to the palace to convince King Ahasuerus to hang Mordecai. And Haman ends up leading Mordecai on horseback in a regal parade. Haman is so bothered by this he is ready to eat a boot. Speak of sticking his foot in his mouth! it is mere moments later that the king's servants arrive to escort Haman to the banquet for him, Esther, and the King. ... oh boy. What's up next? 7 - So here is Esther, her husband the King, and Haman enjoying the finest food and wine on earth, when Esther has a request of King Ahasuerus. This is 'day two' of a banquet so everyone is well fed and satisfied. Perhaps Haman was still bothered since he was just walking the king's horse in a regal parade with Mordecai atop the horse. But nonetheless, he is dining with the king and queen. [Remember that Haman is totally unaware that Esther and Mordecai are blood relatives!] Esther has a request and the King is altogether willing to give her anything. Another tip for ladies here to not follow the current culture but to follow biblical culture. Our men want to see us happy and content and satisfied. And being gracious opens doors. Being impetuous stresses out our men who then have trouble operating productively ... and where then does that leave all of us? OK. Point made. Esther then asks that she and her people be spared from the annihilation plot. King Ahaseurus demands, "who plans to kill you all?" Esther then points to Haman and announces, "HIM!" The king is beyond rage. This is at least the second death plot that has been undertaken in his kingdom that he was not privy to. The first is against him, remember? The king orders Haman to be hanged and can you imagine being there trying to contain the glee while telling the king, "oh, uh, King Ahaseurus, there is a 75' tall gallows by Haman's house..." Reminds us of Proverbs 28:10, "he who leads the upright along an evil path will fall into their own trap." 8 - Haman was gone now but his order was already dispatched and circulating. It needed to be countered, caught up with, and headed off before people started on a spree of killing Jewish people in their territory. King Ahasuerus ordained this be done to preserve the Jews. And notice what happens to Mordecai who opted back at the start to not bow to a pagan wretch, but to live by principle. Mordecai is honored with wealth and treasures and he is granted Haman's estate! Then he is made #2 man in all of Persia. Do not the Psalms and Proverbs and Jesus tell us over and over that this type of thing happens for God's people?! 9 - Haman's antiSemitic orders going out before the King sent intercepting dispatches merely revealed the Jewish resentment across the 127 Provinces that King Ahasuerus ruled over. This sentiment would prove to be fatal had action not been taken. It also revealed that there were hundreds of hearts bent on killing Jewish people right there in the Citadel of Shushan. So the King allowed those who hated Mordecai's Jews to be stopped. They were killed in a counter strike. 800 Jew-haters in and around Shushan were killed, all 10 of Haman's sons, and 75,000 more across the Empire were also disposed of. The great change in the atmosphere toward Jews in the Persian Empire and the miraculous turn of events led to the Feast of Purim. It is a feast the Jewish people still celebrate today. 10 - And that is the wonderful story of how things turned aright for the Jewish people in Persia, how Mordecai was exalted and honored, and how Esther's heart for God and God's people made for a great rescue. It's one of the greatest rescues of a people the world has ever seen.
In the wake of recent Antisemitic comments by Zahra Billoo and CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Imam Abdullah Antepli (Duke University, Co-Director of Hartman’s Muslim Leadership Initiative) offers the Jewish community words of consolation and a path to build more honest and resilient relationships between Jews and Muslims in America. In a frank conversation with Yehuda Kurtzer, Imam Antepli shares a unique perspective on the impact of political partisanship on religious communities, moral leadership, the Israel-Palestine conflict, and the critical importance of interfaith dialogue in creating a more just world. Yehuda's recent article on the subject for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency can be read here.
Trump was booed in Dallas after announcing that he had gotten a booster shot. Do you care about the vaccination status of other people, if so what do you think? There is a report that says that the US is closer to civil war then most people think. Meanwhile, the White House had choice comments for Senator Manchin after he announced that he would be voting against the Build Back Better plan. In Boise there were Anti-Semitic fliers that were hung in the Northend. What should our community's response be? Boise State is playing in the Arizona Bowl, whose sponsor has been the subject of controversy due to gross, misogynistic, and/or hateful comments from the founder of Barstool Sports. (12/20/21)
What's happening today: Universities reacting to COVID spread; Experts say boosters provide good protection against Omicron variant; Anti-Semitic fliers distributed in Beverly Hills and Pasadena; Chinatown highrise board members called on to resign; 1,300 gallon gasoline spill at Pasadena gas station. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav
In this relatively special episode, the hosts talk about a ginned-up anti-Semitism controversy involving a troubled internet figure, the latest explosion of outrage surrounding J.K. Rowling’s online opinions, and an article in The Atlantic article highlighting the gaps in our knowledge about masking as a form of coronavirus protection. To discuss this episode with other premium subscribers, click here.Show notes/Links:Archived version of tweet accusing weird YouTuber of anti-Semitism: https://archive.md/t79YfKnow Your Meme attempts to explain Nikocado Avocado: https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/people/nikocado-avocadoJust why: Video which launched the accusation: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Z3qV94LGcr63E1DxKnT-DodS2fF5bKs8/view?usp=sharingActual source: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kiss4-TO2gN2y6__J8fwz_tdgBOHLFbZ/view?usp=sharingCredit to Joel Snape for finding it: Even grosser food content, according to Katie: https://www.instagram.com/blake_201/Atlantic article on masking: https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2021/12/mask-guidelines-cdc-walensky/621035/CIDRAP articles:https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2021/10/commentary-what-can-masks-do-part-1-science-behind-covid-19-protectionhttps://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2021/10/commentary-what-can-masks-do-part-2-what-makes-good-mask-study-and-why-mostThe image of Nikocado Avocado absolutely housing what appear to be Korean rice cakes and noodles comes via Know Your Meme. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.blockedandreported.org/subscribe
Prices for U.S. consumers jumped 6.8% in November compared with a year earlier as surging costs for food, energy, housing and other items left Americans enduring their highest annual inflation rate since 1982. President Biden's standing with Americans remains in negative territory heading into the final few weeks of 2021. Henry Madden donated his personal writings to the library in 1982, with the stipulation that they had to remain sealed for 25 years. That arrangement is not unusual in the academic world – it's usually meant to protect the privacy of people mentioned in the documents. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
SBS Jewish Update with Shane Desiatnik: Chanukah celebrations, the increase of anti-Semitic incidents and more news from the Jewish community around Australia, with Nitza Lowenstein
Bill Handel is accompanied by Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee to provide your Monday dose of Handel on the News, Early Edition. The three of them discuss news topics that include: The World Health Organization has warned that the Omicron variant of COVID-19 poses a 'very high' global risk as it continues to spread, the enforcement of the L.A. COVID vaccine mandate for indoor businesses starts today, and Beverly Hills police are investigating an anti-Semitic flyer that was distributed on the first day of Hanukkah.
There's a lot of talk about toxicity and division. You can see it when you log onto social media, or turn on certain stations. You'll see a sour-faced television presenter or hear a loud radio host who is here to convince you that some group, that “they” - whoever “they” are - are the reason things are bad. But the template for that came from Southeast Michigan, starting in the late 1920s and running through the 1930s. If you listen to recordings of Father Coughlin - known as the radio priest with the full name of Charles Edward Coughlin - you'll hear the echoes of the discord we have today. He led a church at 12 Mile and Woodward in Royal Oak; and broadcasted from the Golden Tower of the Fisher Building, syndicating anti-semitism throughout the nation. Coughlin supported the policies of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and other, let's just say, not great people. He questioned the value of free elections. He shared and endorsed fraudulent texts that outlined a conspiracy for Jews to take over the world. He even had a militia in New York that followed his orders. And here's the kicker. He was so popular the Royal Oak post office was built to support all of his fan mail. In order to move forward, we need to know our past. So meet Andrew Lapin who has made a whole podcast called "Radioactive," a multi-part series that dives into the story and how Father Coughlin manipulated radio for his own ends. Be sure to check it out here: https://www.tabletmag.com/podcasts/radioactive Plus, a couple things to know around town.
Welcome to another episode of SPORTS FANS TV There continues to be fallout from the Azeem Rafiq revelations as accusations, denials, suspensions, and resignations continues. NOW AZEEM RAFIQ HAS BEEN FOUND TO HAVE POSTED ANTI SEMITIC MESSAGES TO A FELLOW PLAYER IN 2011, WHICH HE HAS APOLOGISED FOR!!! STEVE (the cricket guy) and TONY DISCUSS! LIKE and SUBSCRIBE TO SEE MORE GREAT VIDEOS ! JOIN US FOR THE NEXT EPISODE and THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT ! LET'S CONNECT! -- https://twitter.com/SportsFans_TV -- https://www.instagram.com/sportsfanstv/?hl=en --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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Local COVID numbers drop to Stage 2 range at 14.4, as Austin Public Health gives the green light to boosters including mix-and-match vaccine products. F1 racing over the weekend leads to what Austin Bergstrom International Airport expects to be their busiest day ever - a three-hour advance arrival is advised. Max Verstaffen was the U.S. Grand Prix winner, and Billy Joel performed in Austin for the first time in three decades. Another race in Kerrville ended tragically with a crash and the deaths of two children. A Martindale man suspected of shooting another man for sitting in his driveway turns himself in to Caldwell County officials. Anti-Semitic demonstrations and graffiti in the heavily-Jewish Northwest Austin area over the weekend draw rebuke from city leaders. Houston Astros begin World Series play vs the Atlanta Braves tomorrow night, the third Series appearance for Houston in five years. Austin FC beats the Houston Dynamo at Q2 Stadium and are now within reach of being crowned the best MLS team in Texas. SXSW settles a lawsuit over their no-refund policy from the cancelled 2020 festival. Austin is ranked the #3 strongest labor market in the USA. Early voting concludes on Friday, and we could see record heat this afternoon in the low 90's - a cool-down is coming.
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Christopher Steele thinks the Trump pee tape probably exists. Too many Democrats announced possible retirements. Shitler's stupid website was hacked by Turkish hacktivists. The fascists over at Sinclair Broadcasting were also hacked. Nazi-curious Tucker Carlson blathered idiotic drivel about Secretary Buttigieg's paternity leave. Man-baby has been trying to sue a House investigation panel rather than turn over requested documents related to the insurrection. Many wankers have been busted attempting to smuggle guns onto planes. Antisemitic over-valued bag of rat poo Mel Gibson will be in a television show about the origins of John Wick. Conservative Q-loon Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted a panicked plea to her constituents urging them to vote despite a contrary message from 45. Putrid human Ted Cruz had his Republican starfish handed to him by Aussie Michael Gunner after comparing Texas to down under. Former GOP senatorial candidate Lauren Witzke is now an executive producer for "The Stew Peters Show" and assures her fellow panelists on "No White Guilt" that Peters and his audience share their concerns. Right-wing skeet storm Bill Mitchell is leaving Gab after realizing that it is a cesspool of bigotry and antisemitism. Former Secretary of State Colin Powell died from COVID complications.
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Ambush journalism at its finest — this episode of Stephen Green's Right Angle Lightning Round covers the following topics... --TikTok stock traders use Rep. Nancy Pelosi's financial disclosure statements to position their own portfolios. --Lt. Col. Stu Scheller, the Marine officer who criticized his leaders over the Afghanistan pullout, is now in the brig under 'pre-trial confinement'. --Sen. Tom Cotton pushes Gen. Mark Milley to resign as Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff since the president ignores his advice. Here's why Milley won't leave. --Anti-Semitic attacks in 2020 outnumbered attacks against other minority groups combined. --Plus a bonus topic... Members produce Right Angle some 260 times each year. They run their own Member-written blog, enjoy backstage video content, and carry own a vigorous dialogue in comments and forums at https://BillWhittle.com (Click the big green button.)
Cobb police have released the details of a homicide-suicide in West Cobb; The students responsible for Anti-Semitic graffiti in a Pope High School and Lassiter High School are facing charges; And Dobbins pilots fly out over 1,000 refugees from Afghanistan #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County. Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline Register Here for your essential digital news. Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here. This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group on 9-24-2021. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's Trending: Inslee extends the eviction moratorium, AOC cries after being Anti-Semitic, and Seattle Councilmember Kshama Sawant is interfering in the carpenters union strike for her own political agenda, union rep Monty Anderson responds. Big Local: More beef between proud boys and antifa, TPD uses a new translation app, and a Tacoma shop gets broken into repeatedly. The View pulls hosts mid show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Theocrats will take up a Mississippi law that may overturn Roe v Wade. The world's wealthiest families made fat cash during the pandemic. Beto announced he's running for governor. The lawyer for Alan Weisselberg said he thinks more indictments are coming. Antisemitic bag of redneck goo Marjorie Taylor Greene called for articles of impeachment against Biden blathering something about how God can't protect him anymore. In Texas, Border Patrol thugs have been whipping undocumented people. The campaign of diddler Congressperson Matt Gaetz donated $100,000 to help defend Shitler against impeachment part duex. A kangaroo Catholic court handed a laughably weak sentence to a serial rapist and abuser of children because it's a day ending in "y." An angry army of Karen-moms got super peeved over a TV ad for a razor used upon nether regions. An Oregon teacher, attempting to make an ignorant point about coronavirus restrictions, was suspended for showing up to teach in blackface.
Big Trip: We got proclamations of what houses Mike won't do, we also got lavalier mics on the way and some spyglasses! LET'S GOOOOOO!Nicki Minaj: Everyone is geekin this week about Nicki Minaj's comments on the vaccine and her cousin's friend's balls and dick.A Microcosm: We come to the stunning realization as we discuss the vaccine that the Jim and Them studio is just a MICROCOSM of the WHOLE WORLD.HAVE A WIFE!, TRIPLES OF THE BARRACUDA!, I THINK YOU SHOULD LEAVE!, FASHIONABLY LATE!, RIGHT REASON!, PATREON!, REAL ONES!, DRY SNITCHING!, THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE!, MAZE!, HORROR NIGHTS!, ORLANDO!, BEETLEJUICE!, TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE!, HIATUS!, NOT A PROBLEM TO DO A SHOW A WEEK!, JUSTIN LEGENDS!, COREY'S BIRTHDAY!, 9/11 BOYZ VLOG!, DISNEYLAND VLOG!, SPYGLASSES!, DEMO!, TEST!, PINHOLE!, BERT KREISCHER!, SHIRTLESS!, BERNT CHRYSLER!, VACCINE!, VAXXED!, UNVAXXED!, NICKI MINAJ!, COUSIN'S FRIEND!, SWOLLEN BALLS!, IMPOTENT!, WARLOCK!, DRAKE!, CHILE!, MASKS!, DO YOUR RESEARCH!, SCIENTISTS!, NURSES!, LIAR!, DOCTORS!, PRAY ON IT!, CALLED OFF THE WEDDING!, BULLIED!, SURVIVAL RATE!, CURED!, LIBERALMEDIA!, ANTHONY FAUCI!, CDC!, PROTEST!, WAR MODE!, OTHER ME!, OTHERKIN!, BATMAN!, JOKER!, ESCALATION!, ARKHAM!, FOLLOW THE MONEY!, WUHAN!, BIDEN CRIME FAMILY!, GRANDMA KILLER!, MASKS!, POLIO ON THE DECLINE!, BOOSTER!, GOD'S BUTTCRACK PODCAST!, INVISIBLE ENEMY!, COGNITIVE DISSONANCE!, PSYOPS!, MK ULTRA!, AUTISM!, JENNY MCCARTHY!, THOSE PEOPLE!, JEWS!, ANTISEMITIC!, NEW COVID!, CAGES!, SPUD AND BILL!, NYC!, HOSTESS!, BEAT UP!, HOUSTON!, VACCINE PAPER!, EXTRA PENALTIES!, PROTEST!, STRIKE TO LIGHT THE MATCH REVOLUTION!, CARPENTER'S NYC!, AUSTRALIA!, QUARANTINE!, HOTEL!, GEEKING!, SMASHING!, GASSED!, NO AIR CONDITIONING!, MADNESS!, GOING CRAZY!, STIR CRAZY!, COVID TESTS!, JAKE SPRAGUE!, 402 PART 1!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!
Lassiter High School is the latest Cobb school to find swastikas and anti-Semitic slogans written on the walls of the bathroom; NAACP President Deane Bonner celebrated a late 85th birthday; Cobb leader spoke with leaders at the Georgia Tech Research Institute about the future of the defense industry. #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County. Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline Register Here for your essential digital news. Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here. This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group on 9-17-2021. For advertising inquiries, please email email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dom Giordano, WPHT host and former teacher, has dedicated much of his daily show toward parents who are taking it into their own hands to push back against school boards that have a negative impact on their children. This has culminated in a weekly podcast on education, Readin', Writin', and Reason, which has allowed wonderful relationships to develop between Giordano, educators, and parents throughout the country who are speaking out against overbearing school boards. This week, Dom first speaks with Steve Feldman, President of Philadelphia's Zionists of America Organization, who discovered that the Free Library of Philadelphia has started offering pro-Palestine and arguably Anti-Semitic propaganda to students. Then, we go back to one of Dom's favorite interviews from Readin', Writin', and Reason, when he was joined by Dr. Omekongo Dibinga, a Professional Lecturer at the School of International Service at American University, who has dedicated his effort to inspiring those across the globe to take a stand when they witness an injustice, no matter how small or large. Giordano and Dibinga duke it out over cancel culture and whether Dr. Seuss should be allowed in schools. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Zionist of America's Philadelphia Chapter President Steve Feldman returns to the Dom Giordano Program. Recently, ZOA of Philadelphia discovered that the Free Library of Philadelphia has started offering pro-Palestine and arguably Anti-Semitic propaganda to students. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's Trending: Drug overdose deaths climb higher than ever, and a man is on the run after being suspected for arson and assault. Anti-Semitic 5th grade lesson claims Israel stole its land, mirrors Hamas propaganda. The White House and Facebook admit to teaming up to censor speech. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Season 5, Episode 116. Ben Weingarten guest hosts. The Biden Administration released a new "strategy for handling domestic terrorism" which is just more exploitation of 1/6, Joe Biden is a national danger, BLM's Anti Semitic tendencies and CRT is under siege. Plus Senator Ron Johnson, Charles Murray and Mark Hemingway join the program. Please subscribe to the podcast! And get more exclusive content from Buck at BuckSexton.com. Find Buck on: Twitter @BuckSexton Facebook @BuckSexton Instagram @BuckSexton Email the show: TeamBuck@IHeartMedia.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On this Friday edition of The O'Reilly Update: Donald Trump is back in the news, attention now turning to the origin of COVID-19, and Anti-Semitic attacks rise across the United States. Plus, Bill's Message of the Day, listeners sound off! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One year ago today, George Floyd was murdered. Minnesota Public Radio tells the story of his life. And Politico asks journalists, academics, and politicians to reflect on how his death has reshaped the United States, and the progress that’s still to be made. Antisemitic attacks are on the rise across the U.S. NPR explains how violence has risen along with tensions in the Middle East. The Washington Post reports on the Indian American doctors in the U.S. volunteering their time to help COVID patients in India remotely. After their performance in a Los Angeles public library went viral, an all-girl punk band of teens and preteens snagged a record deal. The L.A. Times has their story.
Frustrated parents let a teachers union president know just how much the unions are dropping the ball. Are gender transition surgeries ethical? "60 Minutes" interviewed a woman who detransitioned. Glenn breaks down why the American Medical Association’s support for critical race theory is dangerous. Antisemitism reminiscent of the 1930s is on the rise in America, and nobody is covering it. Glenn proclaims that he will stand by the Jewish people. Dr. Fauci finally admitted he isn’t sure that COVID-19 “developed naturally” as more evidence mounts that the Wuhan biolab leak “conspiracy theory” may be true. Glenn compares military ads from Russia and the U.S. and warns of danger if our military continues going woke. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The news to know for Monday, May 24th, 2021! What to know about weekend celebrations that took a tragic turn: where police are investigating three deadly mass shootings. Also, another positive milestone in the pandemic and where millions of Americans are feeling a heatwave that's expected to break records this week. Plus, plan on paying more to fuel up your car, what kind of products are now flying off store shelves, and which two athletes made history over the weekend. Those stories and more in just ~10 minutes! Head to www.theNewsWorthy.com or see sources below to read more about any of the stories mentioned today. This episode is brought to you by Stamps.com (Listen for the discount code) and BetterHelp.com/newsworthy Become a NewsWorthy INSIDER! Learn more at www.TheNewsWorthy.com/insider Sources: NJ House Party Mass Shooting: Jersey Journal, AP, NY Times, Fox News Downtown Minneapolis Mass Shooting: USA Today, ABC News, Newsweek, Minneapolis PD Ohio Deadly Bar Shooting: AP, CNN, WKBN Rise in Antisemitic Attacks: NBC News, WaPo, CNN, USA Today, WSJ COVID-19 Cases, Deaths Tumble: USA Today, AP, CNBC, NY Times Eastern U.S. Heat Wave: CNN, AccuWeather, Weather Channel, NWS Gas Prices Rising: AP, AAA, GasBuddy Virgin Galactic’s Space Flight: The Verge, CBS News, WaPo, Virgin Galactic History-Making PGA Championship Winner: ESPN, CBS Sports, NY Times, U.S. Open Simone Biles Lands Hardest Vault in Women’s History: SI, WSJ, CNN, NBC Olympics Billboard Music Awards: Billboard, CNN, Variety, Hollywood Reporter Money Monday: Lipstick Sales Up: Bloomberg, CNN, Business Insider
A fragile cease-fire is holding between Israel and Hamas despite some skirmishes including clashes with police at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque. NBC News reports Biden took a harder line in private negotiations than some allies expected. We discuss that and much more with Eugene Daniels, Susan Page, Rick Stengel, Juanita Tolliver, Tim Miller, and Dr. Stephen Sample.