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Published: Sat, 18 Nov 2017 02:47:08 GMT


40 years ago, Sadat trip to Jerusalem changed the Mideast
Sadat's peace with Israel has stabilized Israel up to the present and reminds us, in times of Mideast chaos, that the unexpected can still happen.

If NFL commish gets a $49.5 million salary, can fans finally have Super Bowl watch parties? | Ronnie Polaneczky
"The NFL says 'it's not our policy' as if their policies are handed down on stone tablets from a mountaintop. But policies are made by people, and can be changed by people. Hiding behind rules is the refuge of the weak-minded."

Despite what his supporters say, Roy Moore has nothing in common with Jesus, Mary and Joseph | Christine Flowers
Flowers: I won't let Moore's people normalize the abnormal, especially when they trash talk a Nazarene teen.

Camel prom mom hosts 'Meek Mill Day' | Jenice Armstrong
She played the rapper's music, and gave away "Free Meek Meal" platters of fish and grits to fans.

'Growing up in Philly, it's a blessing just to see 18'
Wallo267 Instagram takeover introduces me to a balloon artist from North Philly.

Trump's Asia trip reveals foreign policy doctrine of 'Me, Me, Me' | Trudy Rubin
The president views foreign policy in terms of pomp, flattery, and his personal relationships.

Want to keep the peace at Thanksgiving? Don't bring up Meek Mill | Jenice Armstrong
The fate of the rap superstar has exposed deep divisions along the lines of class, education, and life experience, particularly among African Americans. The vitriol has been ugly.

On Kensington Avenue, strangers with Narcan stand between life and death | Mike Newall
I felt better when I remembered where I left the Narcan - in my glove compartment. Then, the dying man crossed in front of our car.

Trump hitches Mideast policy to a reckless prince | Trudy Rubin
President Trump is counting on Saudi Crown prince with negative track record to block Iranian expansion in Mideast.

NFL says if Eagles go to the Super Bowl, fans can't watch the game at the Linc. Why not? | Ronnie Polaneczky
The $512 million Linc was built with $256 million from Pennsylvania taxpayers, yet most of them can't afford to step inside Philly's shrine to the Birds. It's time the masses got to see what they've been missing.