HUGE win for a religious adoption agency in New York: Gov’t can’t stop a religious ministry from serving children because of its views on marriage. This has VERY important implications for the big foster-care case now at the Supreme Court. A thread: 1/ https://t.co/B95HR672Tg
— Luke Goodrich (@LukeWGoodrich) July 22, 2020
5. Dr. Sally Satel: Take Kanye West’s illness more seriously than his presidential ambitions
There have been a few reporters over the few months since my in-laws’ deaths who have dared to ask Cuomo why he signed the deadly order. But, the man who said, “I assume full responsibility” and “If you are upset by what we have done, be upset at me,” has never taken that responsibility.
Instead, he’s blamed everyone and everything else: God, Mother Nature, the New York Post, the president, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and nursing care workers, claiming “they brought in the infection.”
(1/7) As a human being who believes in the sanctity of human life, I am deeply troubled by what is happening to the Uighur Muslim population in China.
— The Office of Rabbi Sacks (@rabbisacks) July 22, 2020
+++ Breaking news +++ #Pakistan: order to appear in Karachi's Court for the kidnapper, and his accomplices, of #HumaYounus,15 years old Catholic girl, kidnapped, raped and forced to convert to Islam and get married. The Court recognized the minor age of the teenager! pic.twitter.com/EUfoowvfJ1
— ACS-Italia (@acs_italia) July 22, 2020
“Beijing actively promotes the reprehensible practice of forced labor and abusive DNA collection and analysis schemes to repress its citizens,” Wilbur Ross, the secretary of commerce, said in a statement. “This action will ensure that our goods and technologies are not used in the Chinese Communist Party’s despicable offensive against defenseless Muslim minority populations.”
It is “critically important,” said Roger Severino, head of the HHS civil rights office, that “as we work to save as many lives as possible, that we don’t forget what people live for. And an important part of that is living for their faith.”
The new group At the Table is led by Michael Zink, a former assistant vice president overseeing education support programs at The New York Foundling, a foster care services agency. Zink launched At the Table in February to provide free, customized tutoring, on par with what private school students might get for hundreds of dollars an hour.
Battered but still standing three years after #Mosul's liberation from ISIS, the Church of Our Lady of the Hour, along with the Tahira Church and the iconic al-Nuri Grand Mosque, are slated to be restored thanks to a grant from the #UAE. https://t.co/OYSxDuYj1c
— Alberto Miguel Fernandez (@AlbertoMiguelF5) July 22, 2020
Big-box stores do not generally break out how much they sell of particular products, but people across the publishing industry say that sales increased at these stores significantly, with perhaps the greatest bump at Target. In some cases there, according to publishing executives, book sales tripled or quadrupled.