Merkel says that refugees will have to renounce anti-Semitism. Well, if she says so, then what choice will they have?
Malik came to the U.S. on what is known as a “fiancé” visa. . . For the visa application, the address she listed in her Pakistani hometown does not exist. Malik received her Green Card this summer, U.S. officials said. I’m guessing that women like this Tashfeen are much more valuable to this country than women like me because for me getting a green card took much longer and the vetting process was a lot more careful.
A really good article on Syria and Chechnya. The author actually knows what she’s saying about Chechnya, which is rare.
Illinois has grown so pathetic that it sues inmates to get them to pay for room and board in prisons.
GREAT NEWS! Type 2 diabetes can be cured! I don’t have type 2 diabetes but I’m predisposed by virtue of family history and gestational diabetes, so I’m heartened by this news.
A teenage daughter of a DEA agent turns out to be a druglord. That’s one massive teenage rebellion.
Finally, a post on Shakesville with which I agree in its entirety. Miracles are possible.
“Classic philanthropy was a gift. Modern philanthropy is “impact investment.” Classic philanthropy was a gift, free and clear. Modern philanthropy comes with many, many strings attached. I will give you money– to do what I want in the manner I direct. That’s not a gift. That’s hire and salary.” Exactly.