Jacobs' in-state Congressional endorsers are Reps. Eric SwalwellEric Michael SwalwellGrenell says intelligence community working to declassify Flynn-Kislyak transcripts The Hill's 12:30 Report: Trump visits a ventilator plant in a battleground state Swalwell launching voter registration push MORE (D), Katie Porter (D) and Harley RoudaHarley Edwin RoudaGun control group rolls out House endorsements Human Rights Campaign rolls out congressional endorsements on Equality Act anniversary Battle erupts in California over when to open MORE (D). … [Read more...] about Gloves come off as Democrats fight for House seat in California
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This makes the story of our next saints—Sergius and Bacchus—all the more remarkable. Sergius and Bacchus were military men arrested for being Christians. During their trial they disavowed all knowledge of their legal wives and instead clung to one another for support. In an effort to humiliate the saints, the authorities had Sergius and Bacchus dressed as women. This attempt failed spectacularly. Rather than being ashamed, Sergius and Bacchus were overjoyed. They praised God for clothing them with the “garment of salvation,” saying, “as brides you have decked us with women’s gowns and joined us to you through our confession.” … [Read more...] about The Caitlyn Jenners Of Catholicism
The symposium consists of presentations, panels, and keynote addresses by local, national, and international experts in the field. The first keynote of the day will be presented by Diane Levin, PhD, professor of early childhood education at Boston University. Her address is entitled "Helping Children to be Resilient." Michael Unger, PhD, Canada Research Chair in child, family, and community resilience, professor of social work at Dalhousie University and preeminent writer on the topic of resilience, will give a luncheon presentation entitled: "Working with Children, Youth, and Families with Complex Needs: 20 Skills to Build Resilience." … [Read more...] about Salem State Set For Safer Child Symposium
Miller had started his showbiz career with ’90s studio comedies Class Act, Houseguest, and The Sixth Man, but reemerged a decade later as a smaller-scale director and producer with indie dramas Marilyn Hotchkiss’ Ballroom Dancing and Charm School, Nobel Son, Bottle Shock, and CBGB. Although he and Savin live in Los Angeles, Savannah had become his adoptive new work home, where local city officials welcomed their production company’s business and, sources say, swept safety violations under the rug on prior shoots. … [Read more...] about Inside the ‘Midnight Rider’ Manslaughter: Will Hollywood Learn From the Death of Sarah Jones?
Though Vernon is first glimpsed wearing protective goggles, it’s immediately clear that he has the cold, primal eyes of a wolf—thus making him a kindred spirit to his wife, who a local witch claims is a wolf demon who sheds her skin at night to run free, presumably howling at the moon. Russell howls too, during his initial search for Medora and Vernon’s offspring. Despite Hold the Dark’s decision to refrain from explaining precisely why he’s taken this assignment (it’s not for money, or glory), Russell is unquestionably a man in tune with—and compelled to indulge—his own animalistic nature. His attraction to the beastly and untamed has, we soon learn, alienated him from his wife and daughter, the latter of whom teaches at a university in Anchorage (“That city is not Alaska,” says Medora dismissively). Which, of course, means that he’s not that different from either the wolves he studies, or Medora … [Read more...] about Netflix’s Bone-Chilling New Survivalist Thriller Is as Bloody as It Is Beautiful