State Department Spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, hastened to disavow the quote, without divulging who said it. Jeffrey Goldberg is the go-to writer whom this administration relies upon to get its message out. Goldberg, seasoned and serious, is nonetheless a faithful adherent of the Obama administrationâs view that it is Israeli intransigence that is to blame for lack of progress toward a Middle East peace settlement.
Just as the Democrats seem to be happy with the perception that they are for the Black community, though this is not backed up by the facts, the Republicans seem to be happy accepting the notion that they will never get any significant support from the Black community, though this is not backed up by the facts
The conventional wisdom regarding what the GOP must do to repair its imageâand eventually win on the national level againâhas included two basic pieces of advice. The first is to reach out to younger voters, women and ethnic minorities, mainly blacks and Latinos. The second is to downplay the issues of marriage and the sanctity of life, and itâs no secret that the socially liberal Republican leaders would like to get rid of those issues altogether. These two ideas are typically cast as the GOPâs only realistic path forward.
Apparently, Ebola may initially have been contacted and spread as a result of âhandlingÂ bushmeatÂ (wild animals hunted for food) and contact with infected bats. The first EVD outbreaks apparently occurred in remote villages in Central Africa. Only mammals (for example, humans, bats, monkeys, and apes) have shown the ability to become infected with, and spread, the Ebola virus.âAccording theÂ latest info from the CDC, âthere is no evidence that mosquitoes or other insects can transmit Ebola virus.â
Let me be the first to say this.Â Colleges and Universities are not equipped to adjudicate violent crimes like sexual assault (or assault in general). Â They do not possess the investigative resources, training, expertise, or legitimacy that traditional law enforcement bring to the table.Â And yet every day across America, colleges are attempting to try and determine which assault allegations merit disciplinary action and which donât.