Bernie Sanders Releases The “Teen Guide To Political Revolution”
The book, designed as a how-to guide for students eager to begin work as political activists, is out on August 29th… ironically, just in time for Labor Day.
In a forward to the book, The Hill reports that Sanders notes that he overwhelmingly won younger voters among all demographics during his 2016 bid for president, and praises the current generation of young Americans as the most tolerant and intelligent in history.
“The current generation of young people is the smartest, most idealistic, and least prejudiced generation in the modern history of the United States,” Sanders writes.
“This is a generation that is prepared to think big and move this country in a very different direction than we have been traveling for years.”
Radical Islamists Actually Have Extensive Knowledge of Islam
An Islamic theologian at the University of Vienna has conducted a study of radical Islamists proving that many have an extensive knowledge of Islam despite mainstream claims that radical Islamists have little understanding of their own religion.
In his new 310-page study of 29 radical Islamists, Islamic theologian Ednan Aslan claims religion plays a far larger role in the actions of jihadists than economic factors and frustration with society, Die Welt reports.
Caitlyn Jenner Apologizes For Wearing Trump Hat
A castrated Bruce Jenner prostrated himself before the liberal media Saturday after being photographed driving around in a “Make America Great Again” hat earlier in the week.
“I apologize to all of the trans community,” Jenner told TMZ. “I made a mistake. I will never do it again and I’m getting rid of the hat.”
‘Barack Obama Day’ Is Now an Illinois Holiday
Former President Barack Obama got a special treat for his birthday this year – his very own holiday.
Governor Bruce Rauner signed into law Friday a measure to designate Aug. 4 as “Barack Obama Day” across Illinois.
The newest state holiday will be celebrated each year on the 44th president’s birthday, beginning in 2018.
Montrealers gather outside Olympic Stadium to welcome asylum-seekers from U.S.
Several hundred people shouted “refugees welcome!” in Creole as they gathered outside Montreal’s Olympic Stadium on Sunday to show support for the waves of asylum-seekers crossing the border from the United States.
Members of the group stood on a hill near the entrance to the stadium, waving signs and balloons and chanting messages of welcome.