The gunman, identified Monday as Faisal Hussain, 29, then died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to police sources.
“We are at a terrible loss for words but we must speak out to express our deepest condolences to the families who are now suffering on account of our son’s horrific actions,” Hussain’s family wrote in a statement Monday.
“We are utterly devastated by the incomprehensible news that our son was responsible for the senseless violence and loss of life that took place on the Danforth.”
— Read on www.thestar.com/news/gta/2018/07/23/shooter-on-the-danforth-was-firing-like-someone-in-a-video-game-witness-says.html
The boy was in a pushchair with his family when a substance was sprayed or thrown towards him in a “deliberate attack”.
— Read on news.sky.com/story/three-men-arrested-over-acid-attack-on-a-three-year-old-boy-11445990
Addressing a gathering of Iranian diplomats on Sunday, President Hassan Rouhani said, “The Americans must fully understand that peace with Iran is the mother of all the peace, and war with Iran would be the mother of all wars,” Tehran Times reported.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has confirmed to her constituents and the nation at large that she will now be holding a weekly press conference announcing the latest reason she believes that “millions will die.”
— Read on babylonbee.com/news/nancy-pelosi-to-hold-weekly-press-conference-announcing-next-reason-millions-will-die/
The fact that white people are less likely to be aborted and therefore have greater access to society’s legal and political institutions.
— Read on www.dailywire.com/news/33376/adams-white-birth-privilege-mike-s-adams
An Iranian-born man with a knife injured 10 people in an attack aboard a bus in northern Germany before being overpowered by passengers and arrested by police, the local prosecutor said.
— Read on www.rferl.org/a/iranian-born-man-with-knife-injures-10-in-attack-on-german-bus/29379017.html
Local media in Germany has reported at least 14 injured. A suspect has already been apprehended after being subdued by passengers.
At least 14 people were injured in the northern German city of Lübeck on Friday in an apparent knife attack on a bus, according to local media, although some conflicting reports about the total number of casualties.
ne of the most pernicious aspects of the culture of racial preferences is that it has taught all of us to think of black people as inherently less intelligent than other people. Oh, not overtly, of course. But the problem is clear in assorted cultural tropes that could owe their existence to nothing else.
Consider the conception of “welcome” that has become so entrenched in these discussions. “If you don’t admit me, then it means you don’t like me,” we instruct the young black student to think. This notion of welcoming would make sense if it were done after actually comparing people with the same grades and test scores. But when the “welcoming” is amidst changing qualifications for brown people, then it can only mean that the whites “welcome” people despite their lesser dossier stats—with the implication that this lesser performance is eternal, an inherent facet of the body of black and Latino students.
This is, quite simply, calling brown students dim. Yes, Lyndon Johnson said, “You do not take a person who, for years, has been hobbled by chains and liberate him, bring him up to the starting line of a race, and then say ‘you are free to compete with all the others.’” But ladies and gentleman, is this quotation not now a bit elderly? It works beautifully today for a brown student who grew up disadvantaged. But only a small fraction of today’s black and Latino students at selective universities grew up in anything like poverty, as we know from endless reports of how grievously few poor people of any kind gain admission to selective schools.
Using the wrong pronoun could turn into a firing offense at the University of Minnesota.
The U is considering a new “gender identity” policy that would assure transgender men and women, as well as others, the right to use whatever pronoun they wish on campus — whether it’s he, she, “ze” or something else.
And everyone from professors to classmates would be expected to call them by the right words or risk potential disciplinary action, up to firing or expulsion.
— Read on m.startribune.com/he-she-or-ze-pronouns-could-pose-trouble-under-u-campus-policy/488197021/
if I consider all thing thing I CAN’T BE FIRED FOR as a tenured professor, the idea that I COULD be fired for calling someone by the ” wrong” pronoun is ridiculous.