They say no good deed goes unpunished. In New York it seems you can be punished twice. Samaritan’s Purse, who went to NYC to help with the overflow of COVID patients, were protested and slandered by Councilman Corey Johnson and activists from the LGBTQ community forcing Mt Sinai to ask them to leave. It was bad enough healthcare workers were disrespect by the same city they were trying to help, but to add insult to injury, they’re being handed a bill on the way out. Governor Cuomo announced yesterday the organization along with other volunteer groups will be subjected to New
Samaritan’ Purse – the Christian relief service that has helped communities in need from all over the globe – has been asked to leave Central Park where they set up a field hospital to help with the overflow of patients from Mt. Sinai Hospital. The pressure to remove them was spearheaded by Councilman Corey Johnson (D) alongside New York’s Reclaim Pride Coalition, and The New York City Commission on Human Rights – all hardline LGBT activists. “It is time for Samaritan’s Purse to leave NYC. This group, led by the notoriously bigoted, hate-spewing Franklin Graham, came at a time when
One of Harvard University's faculty directors has lashed out at homeschooling, asserting the practice is "dangerous" and gives parents "authoritarian" control.
In February, former Donald Trump 2016 communications advisor Jason Miller declared the commander in chief “a wartime President”. Only a limited number have held this moniker. Of the prior 44 presidents, 13 have been considered “wartime presidents,” from Madison to Bush. What we’re living through today isn’t a traditional war. This is a much different war. Not a war in the sense of carrier ships, Apache helicopters, ordinance, and bloodshed. But rather a war against an “invisible enemy,” – a pandemic. While the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus invades the United States, President Trump echoed Miller’s sentiment last week, referring
Donald Trump Jr., son of the 45th President of the United States, has publicly challenged Hunter Biden, son of likely Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden, to a debate. The elder Trump-Biden showdown won’t be for some time, so why not a warm-up featuring their offspring? The preliminary match before the championship fight. The debate gauntlet – focusing on who has benefited financially from their father’s government position – was issued by Trump Jr. nearly a week ago, with no response from the junior Biden just yet. President Trump’s eldest son declared on Twitter: “The [mainstream media] loves making a false