Monthly Archives: January 2017

What’s better than 100 percent success?

Immigration officials have been 100 percent successful in stopping terrorists from entering the U.S. from the countries covered by the president’s ban. The vetting process is 100 percent successful. The current vetting process is 100% successful. There have been zero … Continue reading

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A morning prayer

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His name was Alan Kurdi

He drowned in the Mediterranean Sea on Sept. 2, 2015. He was three years-old. Photos of his body on the beach continue to illustrate the refugee crisis in Syria. As the parent of a three year-old, it’s too painful to … Continue reading

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Division

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“What you do for the least of these, you do for me.”

On the day the world recognized International Holocaust Remembrance Day and the White House issued a statement that ignored six million murdered Jews, the president signed an executive action that will ensure the deaths of innocent people. The order triggered … Continue reading

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A racist message in plain sight 

On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Trump White House released a statement that made invisible six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust. How do you issue a statement about the Holocaust and not mention Jewish people? Racist antisemitism, hidden in … Continue reading

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A pep talk 

A pep talk from Kid President.  Worth watching, remembering, and watching again.

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