County prosecutors Tuesday charged the white supremacist suspected of killing three people outside two Kansas City-area Jewish community facilities Sunday with two counts of murder. However, despite a lengthy history of publicly espousing anti-Semitic views, F
By Carey Gillam OVERLAND PARK, Kansas (Reuters) – The suspect in the Passover Eve killings of three people at two Jewish facilities near Kansas City is a former Ku Klux Klan leader with a history of hatred for Jews, law enforcement officials said on Monday. Frazier Glenn Cross, 73, faces local and federal prosecution on hate crime charges after his arrest on Sunday for a shooting spree that …
Frazier Glenn Cross is led to a police car after his arrest following the shootings REUTERS/KCTV5 Frazier Glenn Cross, 73, faces local and federal prosecution on hate crime charges after his arrest on Sunday (local time) for a shooting spree that killed a teenager and his grandfather outside a Jewish community centre, and a woman visiting her mother at a nearby Jewish retirement home. Both facilities are in Overland Park, Kansas, an upscale suburb outside Kansas City, Missouri. It was a bitter irony noted by many in the area that none of the victims was Jewish
OVERLAND PARK, Kansas – The suspect in the Passover Eve killings of three people at two Jewish community facilities in a Kansas City suburb has a long history of racism and anti-Semitism, human rights groups said on Monday. Frazier Glenn Cross, 73, is facing charges of premeditated murder and is scheduled for an initial court appearance on Monday afternoon.
Read the signs, people! Read the signs, people! http://harvestchapelpa.com Pastor Don Wolabaugh 4/13/2014 Read The Signs People! Genesis 1:14 Interesting he uses the word “signs” Ps… By: harvestchapelpa
From tales of a Jewish state in Alaska to a Hitler who won, the novelist picks the best fiction written in 'the historical subjunctive' What if Napoleon had won the Battle of Waterloo, Robert E Lee triumphed at the Battle of Gettysburg, or James Callaghan managed to hold off Mrs Thatcher's challenge in the General Election of 1979?
“Whoever wants to know the heart and mind of America had better learn baseball.” – Jacques Barzun writing in “God’s Country and Mine,” 1954 THE QUOTE ABOVE, often wrongly credited to authors Alexis de Tocqueville or Mark Twain, hits a home run as a summation of the new exhibit at the National Museum of American Jewish History on Independence Mall. “Chasing Dreams: Baseball & Becoming American,” which runs through Oct. 26, is an I-didn’t-know-that examination of how successive waves of immigrants – Polish, Italian, Jewish, Puerto Rican, Dominican and Japanese, to name just a handful – have helped to find their way into the American mainstream through America’s game
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