In February 2010, Clinton spoke at Abedin’s college, where she was first introduced by Abedin and then praised the work of the terror-tied professor:
“I have to say a special word about Dr. Saleha Abedin,” Clinton said. “You heard her present the very exciting partnerships that have been pioneered between colleges and universities in the United States and this college. And it is pioneering work to create these kinds of relationships.
“But I have to confess something that Dr. Abedin did not,” Clinton continued, “and that is that I have almost a familial bond with this college. Dr. Abedin’s daughter, one of her three daughters, is my deputy chief of staff, Huma Abedin, who started to work for me when she was a student at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.”
As WND was first to report, Abedin once reportedly represented the Muslim World League, or MWL, a Saudi-financed charity that has spawned Islamic groups accused of terror ties. One of the groups was declared by the U.S. government to be an official al-Qaida front.
Abedin has been quoted in numerous press accounts as both representing the MWL and serving as a delegate for the charity.
A moving tribute to all of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in serving the United States of America.
We will never forget our HEROES!
Earth Day is today. Maybe you’re celebrating it for various reasons. Hopefully, you’ve done your research and know why you’re celebrating. Do you know who started the Earth Day movement?
I’ve never done anything to celebrate, or recognize this day, until today on this post. I’ve never been moved to do anything but write this up in order to inform you, just in case you didn’t know that:
Earth Day co-founder was written out of history, and here’s why
Earth Day co-founder killed, composted girlfriend… READ MORE article by Robert Knight of the Washington Times
I didn’t know that about Earth Day’s history so I thought I’ll pass this information on to you.
For dust you are and to dust you will return. Genesis 3:19
This Faithful Friday post is to show my appreciation to CeCe Winans for her dedication and Christian service to the Tennessee community, and the world.
CeCe will receive the Applause Award from Belmont University in Nashville, TN, Saturday night, April 21. The award is presented to a person or organization for contributions to the city’s arts community.
Congratulations to CeCe Winans for the Applause Award
If you don’t know CeCe, I’ve included a video of one of my family’s favorite songs. Please enjoy! More about her below video.
It just makes me want to puke when I hear the pot calling the kettle black.
It’s despicable when talk radio show hosts use false narrative when accusing other media outlets for using false narrative. Neither one does our country any good. Both make their profession seem made up of childish bullies.
I think some people in media need to reassess their job capabilities – to see if they’re doing it ethically and responsibly. It maybe that they have been in it too long to report news, or give comments objectively. I would like to see them change profession, or change the way they deliver news. Any change would be refreshing!!
Just my thoughts!
For several years now we have heard our families and friends talk about planning their vacations at a destination closer to home or even staying in their hometown enjoying local activities and attractions. We’ve even planned a few ourselves to save money. These vacation plans are generally known as, staycation or stacation.
I’m wondering how many people have actually made a big switch to plan staycation every year as compared to those saving and spending loads of cash for far-away activities? Is the nation’s bleak economy, rising taxes, lack of unemployment or underemployment for some, high gas and food prices for all, major reasons for shaping our decisions to go outside the city limits or stay? If more and more people are taking advantage of visiting local attractions and enjoying local activities every year then why would the demand for gas continue going up in the spring and summer months? And what about staying home? Are we really saving money on gas when we’re stuck in a traffic jam everyday because of road constructions or a tractor-trailer loaded with tons of food has overturned? There’s no doubt that these situations do have a positive benefit to our local economies. Sometimes, though, it could be cheaper for us to just get out-of-town, don’t you think?