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    ROME — Ukrainian Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk warned Friday that the Russian army is making serious inroads in its ongoing armed assault on Ukraine. In a video message, Archbishop Shevchuk marked the 135th day of Russia’s “full-scale invasion” of Ukraine by Russia, which is trampling the land and slaughtering citizens with its “murderous hand.” “The...
    Elliot Tommingo, director of the Washington, DC Mayor’s Office of Veterans Affairs, said it is a “necessary evil” to allow ‘Darwinism to kill off” unvaccinated Americans, blaming them for the city’s coercive mandates, deeming them “foolish,” and accusing them of eating horse dewormer and “their own piss.” Breitbart News on Thursday obtained screenshots from one...
    The importance of having several world titles is in sight. What hurts boxing are the bad regulations of the organizations in the rankings, and a few more things that we do not let pass.
    What is a flash loan? The flash loan is a novelty specific to decentralized finance, halfway between technical and financial engineering. This is a instant loan without counterparty risk, who does not ask no guarantee, provided you are reimbursed in a single transaction on Ethereum. By this process, without capital,...
     Late-night hosts Trevor Noah and Seth Meyers roasted Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) for calling slavery a “necessary evil” and for objecting to teaching the 1619 Project  in schools, in what Noah called the “strongest, and also possibly stupidest terms.” In an interview with an Arkansas newspaper, Cotton referred to slavery as a “necessary evil upon which the union was built,”...
    Trevor Noah wasn’t exactly surprised that Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) has a problem with “The 1619 Project” being taught in schools.  “There’s one U.S. senator who is objecting in the strongest, and also possibly stupidest terms,” the Daily Show host said before diving into Cotton’s recent comments in which he seemed to agree with the...
    Monday on MSNBC’s “The ReidOut,” former Georgia Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Stacey Abrams reacted to Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) writing that the Founding Fathers thought slavery was “a necessary evil.” Abrams said, “There is no such thing as a necessary evil. Evil is evil, and slavery is one of the ultimate evils. And I think having...
    The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) demanded that Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) resign on Monday, after a controversy in which he was misquoted as saying slavery was a “necessary evil.” In fact, he said the Founders thought so. This is the definition of fake news. I said that *the Founders viewed slavery as a...
    Washington (CNN)Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas described slavery as a "necessary evil" in his ongoing effort to prevent US schools from teaching the 1619 Project, an initiative from The New York Times that reframes American history around the date of August 1619, when the first slave ship arrived on America's shores."We have to study...
    Senator Tom Cotton drew criticism after he said the Founding Fathers viewed slavery to be a "necessary evil." The Arkansas Republican made the comments while discussing a bill that would reduce federal funding to schools that add The New York Times' "1619 Project" to their curriculum.  The 1619 Project is a series of essays and...
    ARKANSAS Sen Tom Cotton has slammed reports that he called slavery a "necessary evil" as "the definition of fake news." Cotton received much flak after he made comments about slavery during an interview with the Arkansas Democrat Gazette on Sunday, but the Republican senator claims his comments were taken out of context. 2Sen Tom Cotton...
    Reuters July 27, 2020 0 Comments Republican U.S. Senator Tom Cotton described slavery as “a necessary evil” in a published attack on a New York Times initiative to make slavery the focal point of American history for U.S. schools. “As the Founding Fathers said, it was the necessary evil upon which the union was...
    By David Morgan | Reuters WASHINGTON – Republican U.S. Senator Tom Cotton described slavery as “a necessary evil” in a published attack on a New York Times initiative to make slavery the focal point of American history for U.S. schools. “As the Founding Fathers said, it was the necessary evil upon which the union was...
    Roger Sollenberger July 27, 2020 3:49PM (UTC) Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas is attempting to defend remarks in which he called slavery a "necessary evil." Cotton first made the controversial comment in an Arkansas Democrat-Gazette interview published Sunday. "We have to study the history of slavery and its role and impact on the development of our country,...
    Analysis Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) has certainly had a number of opinions about slavery over the past few weeks, and somehow, none of them consisted of him “saying slavery was bad.” Now his comments from Sunday are sparking an online backlash. Hide Last week, Cotton introduced a bill that attempts to strip federal funding from...
    The hosts of Fox & Friends waited until the final moments of their interview with Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) to bring up the comments he made about slavery and The New York Times’ ‘1619 Project’ over the weekend. Cotton used the opportunity to accuse them of spreading “fake news.”  “Senator Tom Cotton, you’re in the...
    The New York Times’ Nikole Hannah-Jones continues to live rent-free in Republican heads, with Sen. Tom Cotton pushing Senate legislation to penalize schools for using a curriculum based on the 1619 Project. Hannah-Jones spearheaded the project, which “seeks to place the enslavement of Africans at the center of America’s story, prompting public conversation about the nation’s founding...
    Sen. Tom Cotton is facing pushback following comments he made about the history of slavery in the United States. However, the Arkansas Republican says his critics are taking the remarks out of context. Several media outlets, citing a story in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, quoted Cotton as saying slavery was a "necessary evil" in the...
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican U.S. Senator Tom Cotton described slavery as "a necessary evil" in a published attack on a New York Times initiative to make slavery the focal point of American history for U.S. schools. "As the Founding Fathers said, it was the necessary evil upon which the union was built, but the union...
    Tom Cotton The New York Times’ Nikole Hannah-Jones continues to live rent-free in Republican heads, with Sen. Tom Cotton pushing Senate legislation to penalize schools for using a curriculum based on the 1619 Project. Hannah-Jones spearheaded the project, which "seeks to place the enslavement of Africans at the center of America’s story, prompting public conversation about the...
    "We have to study the history of slavery and its role and impact on the development of our country because otherwise we can’t understand our country. As the Founding Fathers said, it was the necessary evil upon which the union was built, but the union was built in a way, as Lincoln said, to put...
    Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., speaks during a Senate Intelligence Committee nomination hearing. (Photo by Andrew Harnik-Pool/Getty Images) Sen. Tom Cotton described the institution of slavery in America as a “necessary evil upon which the union was built, but the union was built in a way, as (Abraham) Lincoln said, to put slavery on the...
    Sen. Tom Cotton on Monday called criticism of his comments about slavery for a newspaper interview "fake news," saying the complaints that he was being insensitive are not based on what he had actually said.  "What I said is that many founders believed that with only with the union and the Constitution could we put slavery...
    A senator for the state of Arkansas has described slavery as a "necessary evil" on which the American nation was built. In a local newspaper interview, Republican Tom Cotton said he rejected the idea that the US was a systemically racist country to its core. He is introducing legislation to ban federal funds for a...
    OUTSPOKEN Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton has sparked fury after he called slavery a “necessary evil upon which the union was built”. The Republican, 43, made the controversial remarks in an interview with the Arkansas Democrat Gazette on Sunday promoting a new bill that would defund schools that taught the New York Times’ 1619 Project about...
    Getty Tom Cotton (R-AR) makes an announcement on the introduction of the Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy (RAISE) Act in the Roosevelt Room at the White House on August 2, 2017 in Washington, DC. Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) is facing backlash after referring to slavery as a “necessary evil” as part...
    Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., took to Twitter Sunday to call out what he identified as “fake news” after criticism after a newspaper interview where he spoke about the founding fathers and how they considered slavery a “necessary evil.” Cotton was interviewed in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and spoke about a bill that he sponsored that seeks to...
    Republican Tom Cotton is coming under fire after he made a reference to slavery as a “necessary evil,” citing a view he believed had been held among some of the nation’s Founding Fathers. The Arkansas senator made the controversial remark in an interview with Arkansas Democrat Gazette, where he expanded his attack on the 1619...
    Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton sparked outrage by calling the enslavement of millions of African people in the early years of the United States a 'necessary evil'.   Cotton, an outspoken Republican, made the jarring remark in an interview with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette on Sunday as he promoted a new bill that would defund schools that teach...
    Sen. Tom CottonTom Bryant CottonWhite House, Congress talk next coronavirus relief bill as COVID-19 continues to surge Conservatives blast Supreme Court ruling: Roberts 'abandoned his oath' WSJ editorial board calls employee concerns about opinion page 'cancel culture' MORE (R-Ark.) faced criticism on Sunday after calling slavery a "necessary evil" as part of the country's founding while discussing his...
    Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) raised eyebrows with comments that were published in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette on Sunday, calling slavery “the necessary evil upon which the union was built.” Cotton’s remarks came in the context of an interview regarding a bill he filed that would prevent federal tax dollars from being used to teach...
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