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Valin Posted Today, 11:50 AM
TheTower.org Staff | 01.20.17
During a visit to Whitefish by Orthodox rabbis from the U.S. and Canada, Rabbi Adam Scheier from Montreal asked Police Chief William Dial whether he would be interested in placing a mezuzah — a small case that holds four sections of the Bible — on his office door.
According to a social media post by Scheier, Dial said, “No, I won’t put it on my office door. I want to put in a more central location, where everyone will see it.”
Dial then proceeded to attach the mezuzah, which is made of Jerusalem stone, to a door that “every police officer passes upon entering the station,” Scheier wrote.
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Neo-Nazis....Its such A Shame When Cousins Marry.
Valin Posted Today, 11:39 AM
Trump opposes the deal, so remaining $2 Billion will likely remain in American coffers.
I guess we should be grateful that we still have the remaining $2 billion to spend on our national concerns.
And how exactly is that international battle against global warming working out? So well that Russian ice-breakers were recently trapped…in ice.
Now that Obama is no longer President, I expect less hot air to be released and more American taxpayer dollars being retained.
Valin Posted Today, 11:34 AM
DisruptJ20 blocking checkpoints and breaking windows in Washington D.C.
The DisruptJ20 people are doing their best to make a mess of Washington D.C., exactly as they said they would. So far there have been blocked checkpoints and broken windows. Police even used teargas on a group of anarchists. Here’s a round-up of what is going on this morning.
First, protesters are shutting down various checkpoints by chaining/locking themselves together across the entrances. The following tweets and video come from DC Examiner reporter Ryan Lovelace:
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