7-Year-old Applies For Job at Google – and Gets a Letter Back From CEO

Chloe Bridgewater might only be 7 years old, but her letter to the CEO of Google demonstrates she already has adult-sized ambition. Entranced by the magic of her Kindle Fire, Chloe recently became interested in technology and robotics. Her father Andy suggested that she apply for a job at the beloved Silicon-valley company. style=”display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-8420654331411867″ […]

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How much does the Johnson Amendment curtail church freedom?

By Elizabeth Schmidt, Professor of Practice, Nonprofit Organizations; Social & Environmental Enterprises, University of Massachusetts Amherst. On National Prayer Breakfast day in early February, President Donald Trump repeated a pledge he had made several times on the campaign trail that echoed the 2016 Republican Party Platform: “I will get rid of, and totally destroy, the […]

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Japanese Americans remember a dark chapter when they were ‘more number than name’

When President Donald Trump signed an executive order on immigration last month banning people from seven countries from entering the United States, some of the loudest opponents were Japanese Americans. They have long memories of another executive order, No. 9066, that forced all Japanese Americans on the West Coast from their homes and businesses during […]

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The enigma that is Donald Trump

By Ira Sharkansky JERUSALEM — Who is the real Donald Trump? Who the hell knows? His responses to questions from picked journalists at the highly staged “press conference” with Benyamin Netanyahu left the impression of a man who was not focused. He wandered around the subjects asked, managed to repeat his doubtful assertions about the […]

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For the past 150 years, Alaskan Jews have blazed trails in the last frontier

With a spotlight on the dramatic rescue of 40,000 Yemenite Jews by Alaska Airlines, the Alaska Jewish museum marks the anniversary of ‘Seward’s Folly’ By Rich Tenorio This year, Alaska celebrates 150 years since secretary of state William Seward acquired it from Russia for over $7 million in 1867. “Seward’s Folly” later became a mother […]

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John Kasich, Ohio governor: Europe still unsure of Trump’s leadership in world

At an international security conference in Munich, Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Sunday that world leaders remain uncertain about President Trump’s commitment to Europe and NATO. “There is a question that in a time of crisis, where will America be,” Mr. Kasich said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” The Repuiblican governor, who lost to […]

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Iran shrugs off attacks from Saudi Arabia, Israel and Trump

Hardly historical bedfellows, Saudi Arabia and Israel both lashed out at Iran on Sunday – signalling a growing alignment in their interests. At the Munich Security Conference, Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman slammed the Iran nuclear deal. “The Iranian deal…it’s copy paste what we had with North Korea. And we see the results in North […]

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White House denies any collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia

WASHINGTON — As questions deepened about ties between President Trump’s administration and Vladimir Putin’s Russia, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus flatly denied Sunday that the two camps colluded during the 2016 presidential campaign. Priebus, in a series of news-show interviews, also insisted that ousted national security advisor Mike Flynn had done nothing illegal […]

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McCain, Critics Say Trump’s Gone Too Far With Press War

Prominent political voices are increasingly saying President Donald Trump has gone too far in his assault on the media’s credibility, likening his repeated criticisms to those of dictators. RELATED: Campaigner-in-chief: Trump rallies supporters The debate over the wisdom of Trump’s comments took place on the Sunday morning news shows, with Republican Senator John McCain and […]

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Peace is the goal

By Steve Kramer ALFEI MENASHE, Israel — Israelis had been waiting with bated breath for Prime Minister Netanyahu’s initial meeting with President Donald Trump on February 15. All sorts of fantasies were dreamed up by “Land of Israel” (right wing) advocates, as if the new president were an ultra-Zionist. Left wing “peace” advocates, on the other […]

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Trump Refers To Imaginary Attack In Sweden

After raising false flags with terrorist attacks in Bowling Green and Atlanta — both of which never happened — the Donald Trump administration Saturday expanded its repertoire of imaginary terror incidents to include international locations. And compared to the earlier blatantly untrue allegations, which came from Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway and Press Secretary Sean Spicer […]

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DNC leadership race reshuffled with endorsement for Keith Ellison

New Hampshire Democratic Chairman Raymond Buckley pulled the plug Saturday on his bid to lead the Democratic National Committee and threw his support behind Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota. It is unclear how much support Mr. Buckley had among DNC members or whether those who did plan to vote for him would follow his lead […]

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Israel concerned by U.S. intelligence leaks

By Barry Shaw NETANYA, Israel — Behind the scenes, Israel intelligence experts are worried about the consequences of the leaks coming from the US National Security Council and other American intelligence agencies. Israel shares a great deal of covert information with the United States some of which goes through intelligence sources to the National Security […]

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Netanyahu: Trump meeting ‘historic’, we see eye-to-eye

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu hailed his meeting with President Donald Trump this week as “historic”, declaring the beginning of a “new age” in US-Israel relations. The Prime Minister spoke with Fox News” Sean Hannity on Thursday, a day after his first meeting with the president since the inauguration less than a month ago. In the […]

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