I went to synagogue when I was a kid. l can recite the Shabbat prayers in Hebrew along with a mean (albeit surely off-key) rendition of Passover’s “Four Questions.” And, this is quite important, I really like feeding people. But, I’m a Hebrew School dropout (to the tune of “Beauty School Dropout”: no bat mitzvah day for me). My only real observances of the holidays are the festive ones with the good food traditions. And, truth be told, my mama isn’t Jewish (and that’s kind of a thing).
This May 8 file photo shows Arch Canyon within Bears Ears National Monument in Utah. President Donald Trump's decision to drastically reduce and break up a national monument in Utah wasn't the only blow Native American tribes say they were dealt last week. The proclamation Trump signed changes the makeup of a tribal advisory commission for Bears Ears National Monument. It adds a San Juan County, Utah, commissioner who supported peeling back protections for the land.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. | President Donald Trump's decision to drastically reduce and break up a national monument in Utah wasn't the only blow Native American tribes say they were dealt last week.The president's proclamation on Bears Ears National Monument also contained a little-known plan that changes the makeup of a tribal advisory commission for the remote monument filled with canyons, plateaus, rivers and rust-colored rock formations.
President Donald Trump smiles after signing a Presidential Proclamation shrinking the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument on Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, at the Utah State Capitol. Moments later he signed another shrinking the Bears Ears National Monument. #utpol#sltribhttps://t.co/84MkkTOc4O
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