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after roof trial, sc addressing faith, violence intersection


columbia, s.c. — the federal trial of the south carolina man who slaughtered nine bible study participants has come and gone, with dylann roof's death sentence uring he will spend the rest of his limited days in prison.but the june 2015 shootings at emanuel ame continue to prompt a conver ion about the uneasy intersection of faith and gun violence, as thousands of worshippers around south carolina gather this weekend to memorialize crime victims and call for reform.events throughout the state are part of stand up sunday, launched last year by a group meeting in the very room where rev. clementa pinckney and eight others were gunned down as they prayed.






after roof trial, sc addressing faith, violence intersection


columbia, s.c. (ap) — the federal trial of the south carolina man who slaughtered nine bible study participants has come and gone, with dylann roof’s death sentence uring he will spend the rest of his limited days in prison.but the june 2015 shootings at emanuel ame continue to prompt a conver ion about the uneasy intersection of faith and gun violence, as thousands of worshippers around south carolina gather this weekend to memorialize crime victims and call for reform.events throughout the state are part of stand up sunday, launched last year by a group meeting in the very room where rev. clementa pinckney and eight others were gunned down as they prayed.






prosecutor: pair charged in 's death cited faith healing


reading, pa. — authorities say a pennsylvania couple who told police they don't believe in medical treatment are being charged in the pneumonia death of their 2-year-old daughter.the berks county district attorney says the parents told investigators that "as part of their faith they do not believe in any medical treatment," including medication and doctors.their daughter ella grace foster died nov. 8.jonathan and grace foster are being charged with involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment. the couple lives in upper tulpehocken township, near the village of strausstown. authorities didn't specify exactly which church the couple attended.it wasn't clear whether the fosters have attorneys who could comment on the accu ions, and a number listed for them was busy on wednesday.






prosecutor: pair charged in ’s death cited faith healing


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at sfo, hundreds protest trump's muslim ban


in a swift and imp ioned response to president donald trump’s ban on refugees, outraged bay area residents descended on san francisco international airport on urday to protest the controversial executive order that left many refugees detained at airports nationwide.about 700 protesters rallied outside a section of the airport’s buzzing international terminal urday afternoon. though the demonstration started off inside the terminal, the crowd quickly grew too big to manage, and protesters moved outside onto the curb where travelers normally wait to be picked up. by the end, they had ran into traffic lanes, carrying dozens of posters and chanting phrases such as, “no justice, no peace.”“i don’t know why they are scared of my faith,” said marwa ahmed of santa clara. “my faith is beautiful.”fo






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parents charged in pneumonia death of two-year-old daughter said faith bans medi


reading, pa. — a pennsylvania couple who told police their faith forbids any kind of medical treatment were charged wednesday in the pneumonia death of their two-year-old daughter, becoming the latest members of their sect to be prosecuted for failing to take a dying child to a doctor.jonathan and grace foster attributed the nov. 8 death of their daughter, ella grace foster, to “god’s will,” according to a police affidavit.they were charged with involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment.“our laws recognize that you have a duty to care for your child’s health and welfare, and we cannot justify a parent not seeking health care for their children when their children are ill,” said berks county district attorney john adams.the couple lives in upper tulpehocken township, near the village






dutch government panel rules euthanasia doctor ‘acted in good faith’ when he mur


a dutch doctor who euthanized an elderly woman with dementia “acted in good faith,” according to an euthanasia oversight panel, preventing the doctor from being prosecuted.this particular case was sent to the regional review committee, which oversees the country’s radical euthanasia regime.the woman, who was over 80, had dementia. she had allegedly earlier requested to be euthanized when “the time was right” but in her last days expressed her desire to continue living. this doctor put a sedative in the patient’s coffee and then enlisted the help of family members to hold the struggling, objecting patient down so that she could administer the lethal injection.just want to emphasis that the woman was struggling so much that she had to be restrained.“i am convinced that the doctor acted in go






at sfo, hundreds protest trump's ban as 3 travelers are detained


in a swift and imp ioned response to president trump’s ban on refugees, about 700 outraged bay area residents descended on san francisco international airport on urday to protest the controversial executive order that left many refugees detained at airports nationwide.although u.s. customs and border protection officials denied they were holding any travelers at sfo, palo alto lawyer susie hwang said she knew of three visitors from iran — a 30-year-old man and an elderly couple — who were still being detained urday evening after their flights.“their families were picking them up” (at sfo), hwang said. “they’re not allowed any contact and they’ve taken (the man’s) phone.”the man is here on a legitimate fiancé visa, according to hwang. the couple is here on tourist visas to visit their child






ricky gervais perfectly explains difference between science and religion to colb


avowed catholic stephen colbert challenged ricky gervais in a spirited debate over the existence of god and gervais’ embrace of atheism.“i know that you’re an atheist,” colbert began during wednesday’s episode of the late show with stephen colbert. “do you want to debate the existence of god?”after gervais signaled he was up for the challenge, colbert asked his fellow comedian, “why is there something instead of nothing, why does the universe exist at all?”gervais protested the premise of colbert’s question, insisting the argument for religion isn’t over why the universe exists, but how. he explained that he’s “agnostic atheist,” meaning while he doesn’t know for sure whether there is a god, he doesn’t think anything outside “science and nature” created the universe.“atheism isn’t a belief






at sfo, hundreds protest trump's ban as 3 travelers are detained


in a swift and imp ioned response to president trump’s ban on refugees, about 700 outraged bay area residents descended on san francisco international airport on urday to protest the controversial executive order that left many refugees detained at airports nationwide.although u.s. customs and border protection officials denied they were holding any travelers at sfo, palo alto lawyer susie hwang said she knew of three visitors from iran — a 30-year-old man and an elderly couple — who were still being detained urday evening after their flights.“their families were picking them up” (at sfo), hwang said. “they’re not allowed any contact and they’ve taken (the man’s) phone.”the man is here on a legitimate fiancé visa, according to hwang. the couple is here on tourist visas to visit their child






‘dr. oz show’ will again talk miracles with faith healing segment


“the dr. oz show,” which has come under fire from physicians and politicians for promoting “miracle” cures with no evidence, will launch a new weekly segment on the connections between spirituality and health that veers, once again, into the territory of miracles. christian author and motivational speaker priscilla shirer and several pastors will join oz for…






canada extends welcome amid u.s. refugee ban


ottawa—canadian prime minister justin trudeau and other lawmakers suggested canada would be willing to take refugees affected by the white house crackdown on entry into the u.s., building on the liberal government’s strategy to become a prime destination for immigrants.“to those fleeing persecution, terror & war, canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. diversity is our strength,” mr. trudeau said urday on his...






people like me face extinction


during a parliamentary debate last week, lord kevin shinkwin spoke out against a legal loophole that allows selective abortions based on disability in the united kingdom.“i can see from the trends in abortion on grounds of disability that the writing is on the wall for people like me,” said shinkwin, who is disabled. “people with congenital disabilities are facing extinction. if we were animals, perhaps we might qualify for protection as an endangered species. but we are only human beings with disabilities, so we do not.”our paralympians represented their country in rio with pride. what was the essential qualification for them competing at rio? it was their disability. the country which applauded their success is the same country whose law regards that essential qualification for going to






matthews calls trump muslim ban a declaration of ‘war between east and west’


chris matthews ripped into donald trump’s executive order restricting travel from several predominantly muslim countries, insisting the decision fulfilled osama bin laden’s vision of war between the east and the west.“consider the casualties of this travel ban,” matthews began on monday’s episode of hardball. “everyone in the world knows it’s directed at people of one religion. our friends know and are hurt by it in so many ways. our enemies know and are excited by it knowing it will humiliate our friends, will stir terrorist recruitment around the world and trigger others to radicalize.”“think of what this announcement means from america, and what it’s telling people around the world,” he continued. “if you’re an american of the islamic faith, try explaining this to your children, if you’






oklahoma senator james lankford introduces the free speech fairness act


share thistagsfirst amendmentfree speech fairness actfreedom of religionfreedom of speechjohnson amendmentreligious libertysenator james lankfordsenator james lankford (r-ok) introduced this week the free speech fairness act (s.264), a bill that gives nonprofits and houses of worship the freedom to speak about government or electoral activity without the threat of retribution from the internal revenue service.image/us congressspecifically, the free speech fairness act addresses the shortcomings of the johnson amendment, which in 1954 was inserted into the tax code by then-senator lyndon johnson. the johnson amendment prohibits nonprofits and churches from engaging in any activity that might be interpreted as participating in, or intervening in a paign on behalf of, or in opposition to, a c






oklahoma senator james lankford introduces the free speech fairness act


share thistagsfirst amendmentfree speech fairness actfreedom of religionfreedom of speechjohnson amendmentreligious libertysenator james lankfordsenator james lankford (r-ok) introduced this week the free speech fairness act (s.264), a bill that gives nonprofits and houses of worship the freedom to speak about government or electoral activity without the threat of retribution from the internal revenue service.image/us congressspecifically, the free speech fairness act addresses the shortcomings of the johnson amendment, which in 1954 was inserted into the tax code by then-senator lyndon johnson. the johnson amendment prohibits nonprofits and churches from engaging in any activity that might be interpreted as participating in, or intervening in a paign on behalf of, or in opposition to, a c






oklahoma senator james lankford introduces the free speech fairness act


share thistagsfirst amendmentfree speech fairness actfreedom of religionfreedom of speechjohnson amendmentreligious libertysenator james lankfordsenator james lankford (r-ok) introduced this week the free speech fairness act (s.264), a bill that gives nonprofits and houses of worship the freedom to speak about government or electoral activity without the threat of retribution from the internal revenue service.image/us congressspecifically, the free speech fairness act addresses the shortcomings of the johnson amendment, which in 1954 was inserted into the tax code by then-senator lyndon johnson. the johnson amendment prohibits nonprofits and churches from engaging in any activity that might be interpreted as participating in, or intervening in a paign on behalf of, or in opposition to, a c






oklahoma senator james lankford introduces the free speech fairness act


share thistagsfirst amendmentfree speech fairness actfreedom of religionfreedom of speechjohnson amendmentreligious libertysenator james lankfordsenator james lankford (r-ok) introduced this week the free speech fairness act (s.264), a bill that gives nonprofits and houses of worship the freedom to speak about government or electoral activity without the threat of retribution from the internal revenue service.image/us congressspecifically, the free speech fairness act addresses the shortcomings of the johnson amendment, which in 1954 was inserted into the tax code by then-senator lyndon johnson. the johnson amendment prohibits nonprofits and churches from engaging in any activity that might be interpreted as participating in, or intervening in a paign on behalf of, or in opposition to, a c






oklahoma senator james lankford introduces the free speech fairness act


share thistagsfirst amendmentfree speech fairness actfreedom of religionfreedom of speechjohnson amendmentreligious libertysenator james lankfordsenator james lankford (r-ok) introduced this week the free speech fairness act (s.264), a bill that gives nonprofits and houses of worship the freedom to speak about government or electoral activity without the threat of retribution from the internal revenue service.image/us congressspecifically, the free speech fairness act addresses the shortcomings of the johnson amendment, which in 1954 was inserted into the tax code by then-senator lyndon johnson. the johnson amendment prohibits nonprofits and churches from engaging in any activity that might be interpreted as participating in, or intervening in a paign on behalf of, or in opposition to, a c






oklahoma senator james lankford introduces the free speech fairness act


share thistagsfirst amendmentfree speech fairness actfreedom of religionfreedom of speechjohnson amendmentreligious libertysenator james lankfordsenator james lankford (r-ok) introduced this week the free speech fairness act (s.264), a bill that gives nonprofits and houses of worship the freedom to speak about government or electoral activity without the threat of retribution from the internal revenue service.image/us congressspecifically, the free speech fairness act addresses the shortcomings of the johnson amendment, which in 1954 was inserted into the tax code by then-senator lyndon johnson. the johnson amendment prohibits nonprofits and churches from engaging in any activity that might be interpreted as participating in, or intervening in a paign on behalf of, or in opposition to, a c






advocacy groups condemn u.s. suspension of refugee program


president donald trump’s order to temporarily suspend the u.s. refugee program and nationals from several majority-muslim countries, as well as to indefinitely ban the entry of syrian refugees, drew fierce condemnation from civil-rights organizations and leaders of faith-based groups charged with absorbing refugees.groups that support curbing immigration applauded the order, highlighting that it made good on the president’s paign...






oklahoma senator james lankford introduces the free speech fairness act


share thistagsfirst amendmentfree speech fairness actfreedom of religionfreedom of speechjohnson amendmentreligious libertysenator james lankfordsenator james lankford (r-ok) introduced this week the free speech fairness act (s.264), a bill that gives nonprofits and houses of worship the freedom to speak about government or electoral activity without the threat of retribution from the internal revenue service.image/us congressspecifically, the free speech fairness act addresses the shortcomings of the johnson amendment, which in 1954 was inserted into the tax code by then-senator lyndon johnson. the johnson amendment prohibits nonprofits and churches from engaging in any activity that might be interpreted as participating in, or intervening in a paign on behalf of, or in opposition to, a c






why are progressives so angry? trump defeated their messiah


the consternation and outrage we’ve seen in response to president trump’s executive order on immigration has little to do with the policy as such. restricting immigration from certain countries is nothing new; president obama did it, as did presidents bush, clinton, h.w. bush, and reagan.rather, it has everything to do with the elevation of progressive politics to the status of a religion—a dogmatic and intolerant religion, whose practitioners are now experiencing a crisis of faith.forget the executive order itself. progressives have reacted with moral indignation and hysteria to everything trump has done since taking office. his inauguration was enough to bring out hundreds of thousands of protesters across the country. in the 12 days since then, we have witnessed yet more demonstrations,






obama backs trump protesters on travel ban


"president obama is heartened by the level of enga ent taking place in communities around the country. in his final official speech as president, he spoke about the important role of citizen and how all americans have a responsibility to be the guardians of our democracy — not just during an election but every day."citizens exercising their constitutional right to emble, organize and have their voices heard by their elected officials is exactly what we expect to see when american values are at stake."with regard to comparisons to president obama’s foreign policy decisions, as we’ve heard before, the president fundamentally disagrees with the notion of discriminating against individuals because of their faith or religion."






trudeau condemns deadly attack on worshipers at quebec mosque


quebec—prime minister justin trudeau said a deadly shooting at a mosque here was a terrorist attack on “innocents targeted for practicing their faith,” and promoted his vision of an open canada as a contrast to new u.s. moves to limit immigration.his remarks in canada’s parliament e as the country reels from the rare attack on canadians at a place of worship. six people were killed in the shooting at the quebec islamic cultural...






l.a.'s iranian american community reacts to president trump's travel ban


"people are confused. even the airports are confused," zarang said. "we don't know what's going on."zarang immigrated to the u.s. as a refugee nearly two decades ago, fleeing religious persecution in iran because of his bahai faith. he be e a citizen a few years later.he understands —  and supports — the idea of exploring the backgrounds of people who come to the u.s. but he doesn't believe people should be stopped or vetted just because they're from a certain country. someone's ideas, good or bad, matter more than where they are from, he said."i don't think it's fair," he said. [email protected]@[email protected]






at sfo, hundreds protest trump's ban as 3 travelers are detained


in a swift and imp ioned response to president trump’s ban on refugees, about 700 outraged bay area residents descended on san francisco international airport on urday to protest the controversial executive order that left many refugees detained at airports nationwide.although u.s. customs and border protection officials denied they were holding any travelers at sfo, palo alto lawyer susie hwang said she knew of three visitors from iran — a 30-year-old man and an elderly couple — who were still being detained urday evening after their flights.“their families were picking them up” (at sfo), hwang said. “they’re not allowed any contact and they’ve taken (the man’s) phone.”the man is here on a legitimate fiancé visa, according to hwang. the couple is here on tourist visas to visit their child






after roof trial, sc addressing faith, violence intersection


columbia, s.c. — the federal trial of the south carolina man who slaughtered nine bible study participants has come and gone, with dylann roof's death sentence uring he will spend the rest of his limited days in custody.but the june 2015 shootings at emanuel ame continue to prompt a conver ion about the uneasy intersection of faith and gun violence, as thousands of worshippers around south carolina gather this weekend to memorialize crime victims and call for reform.it isn't just the church slaughter that has sounded the alarm bells. the center for american progress found south carolina ranked sixth in the nation for the overall rate of gun violence, noting someone was killed with a gun in the state roughly every 13 hours.events throughout the state are part of stand up sunday, launched la






san diego activists pledge to protect religious freedom


activists from civil rights organizations and faith-based organizations in san diego e together on tuesday to announce a new coalition aimed at protecting religious freedom and combating islamophobia.the coalition, the forum on religious freedom, was created by the council on american islamic relations after many other local organizations reached out to the civil rights group to find out how they could help in reaction to the refugee ban signed on friday by president donald trump, cair executive director hanif mohebi said. “i don’t need to say much about what is going on, about the executive order and its effect on the community,” mohebi said at a news conference announcing the forum. “it has put our community on edge.”the forum will fight against bigotry and hate, mohebi said, and it will






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'our president is trying to divide us'


cousins shabnaj, left, and taslima choudhury, center, of queens new york, pray during jummah, a muslim prayer service, in foley square, friday. the rally and prayer service sponsored by the new york immigration coalition and the inter-faith clergy of new york city was in support of muslims and immigrants.  mary altaffer, apfullscreen






compare religions


compare adventist, baptist, lds, eastern orthodox, episcopalian, lutheran, methodist, presbyterian, roman catholic, and unitarian. other's will be added in the next edition. this new app takes religions and compares them side by side. ever wanted to know what the catholics believe when compared to the methodist? now you can. this is a must have for your library. this awesome tool can be used in conver ions about religion and contains a list of 23 questions/topics answered by 10 religions. religion descriptions come from authorities of each religion from their perspective. it is always best to compare the good things you like about a religion and then see if they might have something to add to your faith. this list is not intended to be used to put down any other religion, just to show s






trump vows to 'totally destroy' political limits on churches


washington — warning that religious freedom is "under threat," president donald trump vowed thursday to repeal the johnson amendment, an irs rule barring pastors from endorsing candidates from the pulpit."i will get rid of and totally destroy the johnson amendment and allow our representatives of faith to speak freely and without fear of retribution," trump said during remarks at the national prayer breakfast, a high-profile event bringing together faith leaders, politicians and dignitaries.trump also defended his recent executive order on immigration, decrying "generous" immigration policies and arguing that there were people who sought to enter the country "for the purpose of spreading violence or oppressing other people based upon their faith." he also pledged to take more immigration a






court grants emergency stay of trump's immigration ban


cousins shabnaj, left, and taslima choudhury, center, of queens new york, pray during jummah, a muslim prayer service, in foley square, friday. the rally and prayer service sponsored by the new york immigration coalition and the inter-faith clergy of new york city was in support of muslims and immigrants.  mary altaffer, apfullscreen






court grants temporary, emergency stay of trump's immigration ban


cousins shabnaj, left, and taslima choudhury, center, of queens new york, pray during jummah, a muslim prayer service, in foley square, friday. the rally and prayer service sponsored by the new york immigration coalition and the inter-faith clergy of new york city was in support of muslims and immigrants.  mary altaffer, apfullscreen






trump says immigration ban working 'nicely’ as protests, detainments hit airport


cousins shabnaj, left, and taslima choudhury, center, of queens new york, pray during jummah, a muslim prayer service, in foley square, friday. the rally and prayer service sponsored by the new york immigration coalition and the inter-faith clergy of new york city was in support of muslims and immigrants.  mary altaffer, apfullscreen






trump vows to overturn ban on political activity by churches


president trump speaks during the national prayer breakfast on feb. 2, 2017, in washington.(p o: evan vucci, ap)washington — president trump promised faith leaders thursday that he would "totally destroy" the law that prohibits churches from engaging in political activity, a move that would upend 63 years of settled tax law.in an appearance at the annual national prayer breakfast, trump said he would make good on his promise to overturn the so-called johnson amendment, which bans public charities — including churches — from paigning for or against a candidate for for elected office. those who do risk losing their tax exemption."among those freedoms is the right to worship according to our own beliefs. that is why i will get rid of and totally destroy the johnson amendment and allow our rep






donald trump vows to repeal political limits on churches at national prayer brea


by catherine lucey,the ociated press washington — warning that religious freedom is “under threat,” president donald trump vowed thursday to repeal the johnson amendment, an irs rule barring pastors from endorsing candidates from the pulpit.”“i will get rid of and totally destroy the johnson amendment and allow our representatives of faith to speak freely and without fear of retribution,” trump said during remarks at the national prayer breakfast, a high-profile event bringing together faith leaders, politicians and dignitaries.trump also defended his recent executive order on immigration, decrying “generous” immigration policies and arguing that there were people who sought to enter the country “for the purpose of spreading violence or oppressing other people based upon their faith.” he a






seahawks qb russell wilson on donald trump: ‘this thing is getting out of hand’


in a facebook live segment tuesday, quarterback russell wilson said he thinks the presidency of donald trump is getting out of hand and may not last all four years.in five years in the nfl, seahawk quarterback russell wilson has generally tried to step carefully around political issues.but in a facebook live segment tuesday, wilson delivered some strong thoughts about the presidency of donald trump, saying it’s “getting out of hand’’ and stating that in his opinion he doesn’t think trump will serve all four years in office.wilson’s roughly four-minute statement, captured via twitter by @hwkbg, e as he was getting his hair cut and began with him commenting on the “thing that’s going on’’ with trump becoming president and new policy regarding immigrants.“despite anybody’s political issues or






how a top conservative radio host took on trump, lost his audience and faith, bu


for nearly 25 years, charlie sykes was one of the most powerful and influential voices in wisconsin. he cheer-led policies that turned this historically progressive state into a model of conservative governance. he made and destroyed political careers, using his perch on milwaukee talk radio to help vault figures such as house speaker paul ryan and gov. scott walker to national prominence. but for the moment sykes was speechless. he sank into the brown leather banquette of a suburban steakhouse. he stammered. he sighed. “when you’ve devoted your whole life to certain beliefs and you think now they have been undermined and that you might have been deluded about things,” he began. “so. so. um...” in 2016 sykes emerged as one of donald trump’s most prominent critics, a stance that outrag






a look at some of judge neil gorsuch's notable opinions


judge neil gorsuch, president donald trump's nominee for the supreme court, has been on the u.s. 10th circuit court of appeals since 2006. here are summaries of some of his notable opinions:hobby lobby stores v. sebelius: gorsuch voted with a majority of the 10th circuit in favor of privately held for-profit secular corporations, and individuals who owned or controlled them, who raised religious objections to paying for contraception for women covered under their health plans.gorsuch wrote a separate opinion in which he explained the moral dilemma facing the family that owns hobby lobby. "as they understand it, ordering their companies to provide insurance coverage for drugs or devices whose use is inconsistent with their faith itself violates their faith, representing a degree of complici






wings tattoo design


getting a wings tattoo is a beautiful and meaningful way to express your love of freedom and movement, remember someone you loved who has p ed away, to demonstrate your faith, or to have a constant reminder of your ability to overcome fear, obstacles, and whatever life throws at you. wings tattoos can vary in size, color, and design, so work closely with your tattoo artist to make sure your own personal meaning comes across in the finished product. this style of tattoo can include a variety of different winged creatures, such as angels, various animals or birds, and even insects, thus making this a great tattoo choice for anyone wishing to demonstrate their affinity with one creature or another. as such, wings tattoos are a great choice for anyone with a deep love of nature and her crea






hobby lobby case among supreme court nominee neil gorsuch's notable opinions


judge neil gorsuch, president donald trump's nominee for the supreme court, has been on the u.s. 10th circuit court of appeals since 2006. here are summaries of some of his notable opinions:hobby lobby stores v. sebeliusgorsuch voted with a majority of the 10th circuit in favor of privately held for-profit secular corporations, and individuals who owned or controlled them, who raised religious objections to paying for contraception for women covered under their health plans.gorsuch wrote a separate opinion in which he explained the moral dilemma facing the family that owns hobby lobby. "as they understand it, ordering their companies to provide insurance coverage for drugs or devices whose use is inconsistent with their faith itself violates their faith, representing a degree of complicity






trump at national prayer breakfast prays for apprentice


at the national prayer breakfast thursday, president trump boasted of his television ratings during his time hosting “the apprentice” reality show and urged attendees to “pray” for his successor, former california governor and hollywood macho man arnold schwarzenegger.mr. trump addressed the group of faith leaders early thursday in the nation’s capital, following an introduction by television executive mark burnett.   “they hired a big, big movie star, arnold schwarzenegger, to take my place,” said mr. trump, who still has an executive producer credit on the “celebrity apprentice.” “and we know how that turned out. the ratings went right down the tubes.”“it’s been a total disaster,” he went on. “and i want to just pray for arnold for those ratings, ok?” it’s been a sticking point between t






trump at national prayer breakfast prays for apprentice


at the national prayer breakfast thursday, president trump boasted of his television ratings during his time hosting “the apprentice” reality show and urged attendees to “pray” for his successor, former california governor and hollywood macho man arnold schwarzenegger.mr. trump addressed the group of faith leaders early thursday in the nation’s capital, following an introduction by television executive mark burnett.   “they hired a big, big movie star, arnold schwarzenegger, to take my place,” said mr. trump, who still has an executive producer credit on the “celebrity apprentice.” “and we know how that turned out. the ratings went right down the tubes.”“it’s been a total disaster,” he went on. “and i want to just pray for arnold for those ratings, ok?” it’s been a sticking point between t






morning forecast: cloudy, with chance of flurries


vice president mike pence took the stage at the anti-abortion march for life rally in washington, dc on friday. he declared that "life is winning again" following the election of donald trump.