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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): “Putin and American political process” – Google News: By Picking Burns, a Career Diplomat, to Lead the CIA, Biden Shows That Diplomacy Is Back – Foreign Policy


By Picking Burns, a Career Diplomat, to Lead the CIA, Biden Shows That Diplomacy Is Back  Foreign Policy

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): Palmer Report: This is just as hollow as it sounds



Donald Trump was formally impeached for the second time on Wednesday, making him the first president to have this specific dishonor. Whatever happens from here on out, Trump and the GOP can’t erase this – it’ll be the most permanent legacy he leaves behind. No wonder they’re urging unity and healing while not acknowledging the venomous rhetoric that’s been coming from right-wing media long before Donald Trump announced his presidential run. Without acknowledging any wrongdoing on their own part, the Republicans opposing impeachment like to claim that going after Trump in this way would only cause further division.


   


The argument is just as hollow as it sounds – and not even the Republicans believe it. If they truly did believe it, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene wouldn’t be announcing her latest plan to invoke an article of impeachment against Joe Biden on the day after he’s inaugurated, but that’s her latest buffoonish plan. Citing an abuse of power that she never really gets around to defining, Greene is trying to figure out a way to blame the Capitol siege on the same guy who’s made healing the country a part of his platform.


This nonsense is guaranteed to go nowhere, aside from rightfully embarrassing Greene in Congress if she actually does keep to her word – but it’s a sign of what we can expect from Trumpers in the future if they’re trusted with power: Using constitutionally prescribed norms as partisan weapons until they become useless. Reps like her are the reason we can’t afford to get complacent in 2022.

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“Next customers: Flynn and Jr.” – Google News: Shudder Movie Premieres for the Next Three Months – VitalThrills.com


Shudder Movie Premieres for the Next Three Months  VitalThrills.com

“Next customers: Flynn and Jr.” – Google News


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“Next customers: Flynn and Jr.” – Google News: Timely ‘MLK/FBI’ Docu And Stranger Than Fiction ‘Assassins’ Debut – Specialty Preview – Deadline


Timely ‘MLK/FBI’ Docu And Stranger Than Fiction ‘Assassins’ Debut – Specialty Preview  Deadline

“Next customers: Flynn and Jr.” – Google News


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“Next customers: Flynn and Jr.” – Google News: Pet Adoption In The Roanoke Area: See New Dogs, Cats – Patch.com


Pet Adoption In The Roanoke Area: See New Dogs, Cats  Patch.com

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Trump and FBI – News Review from Michael_Novakhov (10 sites): Counterintelligence from Michael_Novakhov (51 sites): Edge: World Religion Day Is January 17


By Janet Athanasiou
Student and Alumni Affairs Liaison

January 17 is World Religion Day. This event was started in 1950 by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’í.

In support of World Religion Day, the Office of Student and Alumni Affairs wanted to highlight the recent accomplishments of our religious and spiritual student organizations.

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JSA Starts a Holiday Newsletter

One accomplishment was a holiday newsletter, led by the Jewish Student Association (JSA). JSA’s President, APU student Hannah Via, says, “The holiday newsletter was designed to raise awareness of the various holidays and to help make the various clubs at the university more culturally aware and inclusive. The JSA plans on making this an annual event, as we believe that education on cultural differences is important for creating a healthy and thriving atmosphere for students in various clubs.”

The Newman Center Provides Support for Members during the Pandemic

The Newman Center is a Catholic campus ministry for university students, alumni, faculty and staff. The Newman Center, always an active student organization, has made special efforts to engage members during the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Newman Center president and APU alumna Anne Midgley states, “Faced with the COVID-19 shutdown, the Newman Center acted in a variety of ways to serve its members during this challenging period. We welcomed two new associate members — Fr. Rodney Thibault and Fr. Jack Schrader of member Lynn McAfee’s parish, Transfiguration of the Lord, in North Attleboro, Massachusetts.

“Lynn began leading daily Facebook watch parties to share Transfiguration’s daily and Sunday Masses, Stations of the Cross, and the Rosary. The watch parties have continued throughout 2020.

“With the cancellation of Commencement weekend, we repurposed budget dollars to provide each member with a copy of our prayer book, ‘A Companion for the Journey: Prayers and Devotions as well as a St. Benedict Rosary.’ We have established this gift set as a new member welcome package and have distributed it on a quarterly basis to new members. In this manner, we have provided spiritual support to members who have been unable to attend church liturgies due to COVID-19 government restrictions or personal risk factors.”

Other Faith-Based Student Organizations

In addition to the Jewish Student Association and the Newman Center, other religious and spiritual organizations at the university include the Buddhism & Hinduism Club, the Paganism Club, and Ratio Christi. All of these student organizations provide a space to fulfill the spiritual needs of university students and alumni.

The Office of Student and Alumni Affairs welcomes individuals of all faiths to participate in student organizations and would be happy to work with students who feel their faith or spiritual beliefs are not reflected; we are here and excited to help you create a community on campus! Along with student organizations, the university also offers non-denominational chaplain services for students. The chaplain can be contacted at chaplain@apus.edu.

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“russian infiltration of both republican and democratic campaigns in elections 2016” – Google News: Teen Cuban infielder among Marlins’ international signings – Yahoo News


Teen Cuban infielder among Marlins’ international signings  Yahoo News

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Michael Novakhov’s favorite articles on Inoreader: Lawmakers want to award a Congressional Gold Medal to Capitol Police officer


US Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman has been hailed as an American hero for leading a growing mob away from the Senate chambers during last week’s attack on the Capitol.

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Michael Novakhov’s favorite articles on Inoreader: ‘Trump’s horrific legacy: He destroyed the truth in America’ — Abe Foxman


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The president ‘fueled it, he built it, he encouraged the lying,’ says the former ADL head. ‘He emboldened the bigots’ and must be punished. Healing the country will be a lot harder

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Michael Novakhov’s favorite articles on Inoreader: Charges Leveled at Men Accused of Assaulting Police With Flag, Fire Extinguisher in Capitol Riot – The Wall Street Journal


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Charges Leveled at Men Accused of Assaulting Police With Flag, Fire Extinguisher in Capitol Riot  The Wall Street JournalView Full Coverage on Google News

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