On the eve of his new CNN show’s debut, Jake Tapper sits down with Howard Kurtz to discuss his goals for the program.
I think stopping Arab Muslim's from coming to learn in our universities is a big mistake. We can't lump up terrorists with all other Muslims.
The terrorist ideology will destroy it self.
White House is really pushing it. I really think this administration is pushing the limits. Way to go Jay!
White House is really pushing it. I really think this administration is pushing the limits.
new show ..dreadful ... he pronounced misheivous as .. MIS CHEE VEE OUS ....AND CYPRIOTS ..AS SI PREE OTS .............................. UNACCEPTABLE .AND HE WAS BORING .. I AM CNN GIRL ./SINCE HONG KONG AND GULF WAR ... HE IS NOT GOOD ... REGARDS NEVA SHAW //
Most people don't have an issue allowing Gays and Lesbians to have the same rights as heteros, but we have an issue with them being able to say they are "Married" or Husband and Husband. If they just called it something different, or had a different way of going about a ceremony then I don't think so many people would have an issue.
HERE IN CANADA WE HAVE TO HIDE CIGARETTES THAT ARE SOLD WHERE THERE ARE PHARMACIES.....IT WORKS!!!
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