For example, he compared Marx’s Capital with the Koran as being “dreary and out of date”. Interestingly, he does not include the Bible, giving the impression that the Christian holy book stands well above Islamic sermonising. Keynes could have stopped at this red light, but he did not.
He points in particular to the aim of permitting millions of Palestinians to live in Israel, which would potentially end the Jewish majority in the country. And although Reich claims the impact of the BDS movement has been limited so far, he has been actively involved in combating its efforts. He is not surprised SodaStream tells a different version..
Adam Glynn and Maya Sen have found that “conditional on the number of children a judge has, judges with daughters consistently vote in a more feminist fashion on gender issues than judges who have only sons.”In light of those findings, we might also expect parents of daughters to be especially supportive of Hillary Clinton’s campaign to become the first female presidential nominee of the Democratic Party.That’s exactly what these results show:Graph by Michael TeslerThe analyses above combine the five biweeklyThe first columns of the display, in fact, shows that parents of daughters are 14 percentage points more likely to support Hillary Clinton in the primaries than parents of only sons. The error bars in the figure suggest that the effect of having a daughter on support for Clinton is somewhere between 8 and 20 percentage points.The remaining columns also indicate that this “daughter effect” on Clinton support is consistent for all kinds of parents. Mothers and fathers alike, regardless of how many children they have, are more likely to support Hillary Clinton in the primaries if they have a daughter.
Oh my goodness this is making my mouth water. I hope you like this recipe. I have checked your hubs, they are good. Nothing stays the same (like I need to tell YOU that!) Mike Mordecai gave me a residency at the Elephant Room. Crazy, late night, four hour gigs where I’d do anything, as far as stand on my head, to keep everyone’s attention. Can you still see how we had them lined up around the block waiting to get in? And only a $5 admission! It was in the sultry cave of the Elephant Room that you gave me the confidence to dream bigger.
The issue, of course, being that many foreign governments see the actions of US troops within their territories as supporting terrorist activities, and it only by tradition and reciprocity that those countries apply sovereign immunity to the US government (and US troops) in their courts.So Congress claimed that they needed to modify the bill to allow for blocking lawsuits against foreign sovereigns in some cases because the administration didn explain that that could be necessary sometimes.It is weird to see. Not that I was a conservative, more a centrist, but I live in a conservative area and all of my parents generation around here are conservative. Things like “liberals were totally fine with Obama bombing Syria, but Trump does it and they pissed off all of a sudden?” come up all the time.