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Posts on 10/26/20

What US Presidential Candidate do Ordinary Cubans Support?

(Timothy Ashby, Spain, 10/26/20 10:38 am) I read with great interest the comments of Massoud Malek and José Ignacio Soler. What they've said about Iranians and Venezuelans also describes the same pro-Trump sentiments to be found a ...

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The Single Issue Facing Americans: Dethrone Trump

(Tor Guimaraes, USA, 10/26/20 4:11 am) John Eipper apologetically commented on my post of October 23rd: "Enrique Torner's point wasn't to criticize the scientists, but rather to call for an end to the rock-throwing [in US poli ...

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Ordinary Iranians Support a Trump Victory

(Massoud Malek, USA, 10/26/20 3:12 am) When a top US national security official announced that Iran is behind threatening, spoofed emails sent to voters, he did not mention that these hackers are supported by millions of ordinary and impov ...

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Posts on 10/25/20

There is Ample Coverage of Trump in European Media

(Carmen Negrin, France, 10/25/20 11:44 am) In response to George Aucoin's comments of October 25th, I also live in France and I can reassure WAISers that information about Trump's doings is fully available in the French media. It is di ...

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Media and the European View of Decision 2020

(George Aucoin, France, 10/25/20 5:20 am) As he always does with such skill, editor John Eipper has drawn out what the Europeans are learning from this latest election in the United States. As an observer most recently in France, and ea ...

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Another Biblical Parable for Today`s Divided America

(Enrique Torner, USA, 10/25/20 4:06 am) It is interesting to notice that quoting the Bible gets much more reaction from WAISdom than any other kind of post. As many posts as I have published, this is one of a few to receive so many response ...

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Posts on 10/24/20

Trump Moves to Strip Civil Service Status from Many Federal Employees

(Tor Guimaraes, USA, 10/24/20 3:13 pm) Providing a clear view of our nation's direction, last Wednesday Donald Trump advanced his plan to replace mostly nonpartisan, highly expert federal government people working for the good of the U ...

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Trump and the "Cast the First Stone" Analogy

(Paul Pitlick, USA, 10/24/20 9:24 am) I'm not sure I would use the "Cast the First Stone" analogy for Trump. (See Enrique Torner, October 22nd.) Suppose the scribes and Pharisees brought in a man who had just stolen ...

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More on the Adultery Incident (Gospel of John)

(David Duggan, USA, 10/24/20 4:34 am) To answer our dear editor's immediate question, the Vulgate translation of the Bible by St. Jerome (383 CE) contains the pericope adulterae, and it was from this that Augustine (354- ...

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"Casting the First Stone" and Adultery in Jewish Law

(Edward Jajko, USA, 10/24/20 4:16 am) John 7:53-8:11, the casting of the first stone, story of the woman taken in adultery, and the disposition of the matter by Jesus, is in the Authorized Version, the King James Version, because it is in ...

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