Let's begin with the Bad: "... Journalist Julia Ioffe has experienced this kind of harassment before: in Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
"In the 24 hours since her profile of Donald Trump’s wife, Melania, appeared in GQ magazine, the Russian-American journalist has received a torrent of antisemitic, vitriolic and threatening messages from supporters of the Republican front runner. In the deeply disturbing response to her piece, Ioffe said she sees a frightening future of what freedom of the press – and the country – might look like under President Trump."
And then there's the Ugly:
"...Bexar County Sheriff’s Office spokesman James Keith said deputies received a tip from an area resident around 11:45 p.m. that child abuse may have been going on at a home in the 8100 block of Chipping...When the first responders grabbed a ladder to look into the backyard, they saw a 2-year-old boy chained to the ground, and a 3-year-old girl tied to a door with a dog leash...Deputies went into the yard and freed the children, who were taken to an area hospital to be checked out. Keith said the girl had a broken arm and was taken to an intensive care unit.
Authorities made their way into the home and found six additional children inside ranging from 10 months to 13 years old with no guardian as well. While investigators were still at the scene, the parents of the six children inside the home showed up at the house. 'They were detained and brought downtown and are currently being questioned,' Keith said, adding that the mother is expected to face child abandonment charges. Potential charges for the father were not immediately available..."
I won't even go into what happened in Aleppo, Syria:
If not for the Good Grace of G_D my head might explode:
"...In the days after the December terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif., when pictures of the hijab-wearing suspect filled television screens and newspapers, Zarifeh Shalabi’s mother and aunts stayed at home. This month Zarifeh received the ultimate symbol of teenage acceptance: She was crowned prom queen after her non-Muslim friends campaigned for her by wearing hijabs in solidarity..."