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About the Host - Bonnie Erbé

To The Contrary Host: Bonnie Erbé

Bonnie Erbé is a nonpartisan, award-winning American journalist and television host based in the Washington, D.C. area who has ...

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Bill O'Reilly Forced Out; Ivanka Trump Ethical Considerations; Betsy DeVos

April 21, 2017 Bill O'Reilly Forced Out; Ivanka Trump Ethical Considerations; Betsy DeVos

This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss Fox News’ ouster of host Bill O’Reilly, Ivanka Trump’s business and Betsy DeVos’ plan for the Dept. of Education.

On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Donna Edwards, former representative (D-MD); Sabrina Schaeffer, executive director of IWF; Hilary Rosen, democratic strategist; and Jennifer Higgins, GOP political strategist.

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April 20, 2017 Re-Imagining

By: Sallie Bingham

Christ is made the sure foundation,
Christ the head and corner stone…

Reimagining the way the Christian Church in all its forms might benefit women, or at least welcome us and allow us to feel comfortable in its formidable edifices, raises, inevitably, the issue of language, as I was reminded by Buck Duke’s bronze plaque on the side of the Duke “chapel”—impressive as a cathedral—honoring the master stone mason who made those walls. Admirable, and unusual, as this plaque is in honoring a man who worked on the church rather than designing it, this plaque also raises the interesting question of whether this language would have seemed usable to a European stone mason whose first language was not English.

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