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He’s not surprised: In his time there, “talented reporters scrambled to match stories” from their desk-bound editors “with what internally was often called ‘the narrative.’” And those editors boasted that “we set the agenda for the country.” Says Cieply: “To believe the national agenda was being set in a conference room in a headquarters on Manhattan’s Times Square required a very special mind-set indeed.” Which is why, as its public editor wrote, the Times lost touch with “the lives and the values of the people who just elected the next president.” Editors: Don’t Abolish the Electoral College With Hillary Clinton having won the popular vote, Democrats increasingly are calling to end the Electoral College.Bad idea, say the editors of USA Today: “Adopting a national popular vote would trade one set of problems for another.” For one thing, “candidates would gravitate toward the voter-rich big cities and their suburbs and ignore everyone else.” And a proposed scheme “mandating that the states’ electoral votes be cast for whoever wins the US popular vote” is also troublesome: What would happen when voters in reliably Democratic New York “learned that their legislature was casting all its electoral votes for a Republican candidate” who’d won the popular vote?Sometimes it feels like his plans are limiting us, and sometimes it's not easy to wait for God's timing.However, who other than our Creator knows best how we can flourish and fully achieve our purpose?But I'll always love the bub."As to why Bella decided to tweet about her sexuality, some fans are speculating that it's because she recently shared a photo of herself kissing a girl.
Bella Pendergast also referred to the actress as her "girlfriend" in photos posted on Twitter.
(RNS) After news emerged that Princeton Theological Seminary intended to honor Tim Keller, pastor of New York City’s Redeemer Presbyterian Church, people were outraged.
Indeed, how could the Presbyterian Church (USA)’s flagship graduate school honor a minister of the Presbyterian Church in America, a denomination founded partly in opposition to the PCUSA’s decision to ordain women? What kind of “Christians” were these, backtracking on honoring a true man of God?
From the right: Democrats Embrace Their Radicalism The Democratic Party “is suffering a nervous breakdown,” notes Noah Rothman at Commentary.
So who better to “channel the unrestrained Democratic id in our self-indulgent age” than Minnesota Rep. Endorsed by Chuck Schumer and Bernie Sanders to head the Democratic National Committee, he “represents the most liberal district in a liberal state,” is “a former disciple of Louis Farrakhan” and is “an African-American Muslim convert, thereby appealing to the party’s self-conception as a champion of the rights of ethnic minorities.” In choosing Ellison, he says, Democrats would be “making a big bet on fanaticism.” In fact, Ellison “embodies his party’s abject refusal to diagnose the conditions that led to its rejection in two consecutive midterm elections and now a presidential cycle.” NYT vet: Trump-Stunned Times Searches Its Soul Michael Cieply, who spent 12 years at The New York Times before leaving last summer for Deadline, says his former paper is engaged in “soul-searching, and to some extent repentance,” after an election night in which it first gave Hillary Clinton an 84 percent chance of winning.
The Bible teaches us that God wants the best for us: "For I know the plans I have for you — declares the LORD.