Longtime coffee experts make the case that even instant coffee can be acceptable.
The Oscars shortlist is out and pretty Jew-y.
The medal, the highest civilian honor bestowed by Congress, would be conferred next year, the 40th anniversary of the Camp David accords.
“It seems to me that is our right as Americans to use our purchasing power to boycott or “buycott” according to our beliefs.”
“The string players are making this sound like a Geiger counter.”
Babi Christina Engelhardt spoke for the first time about her alleged eight-year relationship with Allen that she says began when she was 16.
“Of all the cover-up options, spray-on is THE WORST. Even worse than utilizing Michael Cohen. #BaldIsBeautiful,” Michael Avenatti tweeted.
Feminists and big corporations, rejoice! Probably not together.
The letter reportedly said: “If you died right now do you know for sure that you would go to Heaven? JESUS IS THE ANSWER.”
“Palestine exists. Acknowledge it,” was also painted on the wall, next to the original phrase, “Anti-Semitism Exists. Acknowledge it.”
Do we really need more horrible evidence that words matter?
Walker, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “The Color Purple” (1982), has been sharing anti-Semitic conspiracy theories for at least five years.
She and her family do not purchase goods produced by Israeli companies in support of the boycott against Israel over the occupation of the West Bank.
He reposted some of the offensive posts using screenshots, in hopes of finding a loophole within the social media site’s controls.