In this episode, I unpack the recent use of the legal term “exoneration” in reference to Headlines reporting that “Mueller does not exonerate Trump” and “Trump is not exonerated from the Mueller investigation.” I unravel legal terminology when it’s used as a figure of speech, how it’s defined in actual courts of law; and how we, as the public, should ensure terms are well-defined before buying into narratives and conclusions provided to us.Continue reading Podcast: Defining “Exoneration”
JENNIFER was asked to go to Sinai by a researcher who needed help traveling to the region from someone who had traveled to the Middle East previously. Though not an avid researcher of the area or archeological explanations, Jennifer filmed the trip for the researcher’s documentary and was stunned to see something she never imagined. Continue reading Podcast: Eyewitness-My Trip to Mt. Sinai in Saudi Arabia
Finding Fake News: Have we lost the freedom of opinion, conscience, and choice in analyzing the world around us?
Rashida Tlaib and Ihlan Omer denied entry to Israel; but Israel was within its sovereign right to do so. Learn more positive stories about Israel’s standing in the Mid East.Continue reading New Episode: Israel Sovereignty, Denials, & New Regional Allies