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Fox News host Will Cain says it’s Americans’ ‘individual spirit’ that keeps them from wearing masks – Yahoo News

| December 5, 2020

The Telegraph China is conducting "human testing" to create "biologically enhanced soldiers," the head of US intelligence has claimed as he warned that Beijing poses the biggest threat to America's national security. In an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, John Ratcliffe, the director of national intelligence, warned that the US must be prepared for an "open-ended" confrontation with China which he likened to the Cold War.

8 Things to Do This Week in DC (and Beyond) – Metro Weekly

| December 4, 2020

The Slutcracker Photo: Melissa Kooyomjian Kemp The Slutcracker: The Movie Once upon a time, in a town far away 2008 in Somerville, Massachusetts, to be exact a collective of quirky progressive artists decided to stage a feminist take on The Nutcracker, Tchaikovskys famed 19th century ballet. Calling their adaptation The Slutcracker, they tinkered with the classic storyline by making the focus on Claras sexual awakening and empowerment, a development aided and abetted by her favorite Christmas toy, the Dildo Prince

Column: The last month of 2020 — Whoopee! – The Morning Sun

| December 4, 2020

Ah, distinctly I remember it was in the bleak December; And each separate dying ember wrought its ghost upon the floor. Eagerly I wished the morrowvainly I had sought to borrow From my books surcease of sorrowsorrow for the lost Lenore For the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore Namelessherefor evermore. Edgar Allen Poe Whether or not Ed found Ely, December certainly is dark and dreary

The Ms. Q&A: Sara Sinclair on the Imperative of Indigenous Voices – Ms. Magazine

| November 30, 2020

This Native American Heritage Month, I hope youve been able to read some of the amazing books by Native American writers that were released this year. If not, theres still timeBecause you should not only read books by Native writers this month, you should be reading them all year long! Anyway, if theres one book you read this month, make itHow We Go Home: Voices From Indigenous North Americawhich is out now byVoice of WitnessandHaymarket Books. Edited by oral historian Sara Sinclair (Cree-Ojibwe),How We Go Homeis a collection of twelve oral histories by Indigenous people from across Canada and the United States.

Making aliyah allows one young rabbi to break out of the American bubble – The Jerusalem Post

| November 30, 2020

In one sense, Rabbi Joshua Gerstein has come a long way from his roots in a traditional Conservative American Jewish home. In another way, those exact roots are what started him on his journey.Growing up, he saw his parents gradually become more religiously observant. Both of his grandfathers were active in pro-Israel causes, and Gerstein was blessed with a strong sense of connection to Israel as a state, country and as the Jewish homeland.He was 10 when he made his first visit to Israel, but it was his bar mitzvah trip that changed everything.I remember looking around and feeling an overwhelming sense of belonging.

The Navy Has Started Naming Its Submarines After Sea Creatures Again – The Drive

| November 30, 2020

In the past two months, Secretary of the Navy Kenneth Braithwaite has announced the names of three future Virginia class attack submarines. In a departure from the established convention, which the lead boat in the class had set, all three will be named after fish

Polls show Yamina continuing to challenge Netanyahu as coalition falters – The Times of Israel

| November 30, 2020

Record-breaking virus numbers reported among Palestinians Palestinians have seen a record-shattering 1,811 new coronavirus infections over the past 24 hours, as the pandemic worsens in both the West Bank and Gaza.

Ministers to reportedly weigh nightly curfew as drop in infections seems to slow – The Times of Israel

| November 17, 2020

Egypt unveils ancient coffins, statues found in Saqqara necropolis CAIRO Egyptian antiquities officials announce the discovery of at least 100 ancient coffins, some with mummies inside, and around 40 gilded statues in a vast Pharaonic necropolis south of Cairo.

India, Saudi Arabia and the Riyal 20: The Intent and the Repercussions – Modern Diplomacy

| November 11, 2020

The world media is abuzz with news about the presidential elections in the United States, the fighting in and around Nagorno-Karabakh and the upcoming second wave of the COVID-19 epidemic. That being said, the situation in Syria remains very much in the focus of attention of analysts and political scientists. Recently, against the backcloth of the developments in Syria, media outlets have increasingly been discussing issues pertaining to relations between Russia and the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI)

Some inspirational folks who are aging gracefully; plus, explosion of senior workouts online – Southside Pride

| November 9, 2020

BY DEBRA KEEFER RAMAGE Bruce Springsteen First, let us consider the staggering array of online workouts available these days, especially those geared toward seniors who might have mobility issues. Chair workouts and zero-impact aerobics (ZIP) dominate the list

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