For Trump's Fans, foes, frenemies and Twitter followers.
April Declared Sexual Assault Awareness Month By President Donald Trump - Oh, The Irony!
April has been declared Sexual Assault Awareness And Prevention Month by President Donald Trump, who himself has been accused of the sexual assault of at least 10 or more women.
First Sons, Son-In-Law Wouldn't Make Slytherin?
One of the prime reasons why J.K. Rowling is so loved is that she brought the world Harry Potter, "The Boy Who Lived," and in doing so, created another generation of readers. Now, though, she's loved - and probably reviled, by some - for her incredibly sharp Twitter comments.
Follow the Money
If you didn’t know, the term “follow the money” was popularized in the motion picture “All the President’s Men,” and it suggests a money trail or major corruption scheme within politics.
Obama as NATO Secretary General
The British have a good idea; they want their ex-Prime Minister David Cameron to become the next Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Laura Hughes, the political correspondent for Telegraph.co.uk, reported in December 2016 that the former Prime Minister is seriously being considered to head the 28 member intergovernmental military alliance, NATO. Hughes quoted a Cameron supporter as saying, “We’ve got to find a role for him - he has so much to offer. We have got to get him batting for Britain again." (1)
President Trump Snubs Chancellor Merkel At Photo Op
Mein Gott im himmel, what was the president thinking? At his first face to face meeting with German chancellor Angela Merkel, who had friendly relations with both President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama, President Trump ended up not exactly showing his best side.
McDonald's Tweets President Trump Is 'Disgusting', Claims Hack Job
One thing is certain; McDonald's doesn't appear to love President Trump's tenure...or does it? On the morning of March 16, the verified @McDonaldsCorp Twitter account tweeted the following: "@realdonaldtrump You are actually a disgusting excuse of a President and we would love to have @BarackObama back, also you have tiny hands."
Why We March
To all those Trump supports who keep insisting we are “sore losers” and should get over it. Well, let me tell you this. We are disheartened by the loss. We are in shock, disgust, horror yes but that is not the reason we are acting this way.
President Trump's Revised Travel Ban Gets Trumped
It's unlikely that President Trump is feeling the love from the Aloha state this morning. A federal judge in Hawaii ruled last night, mere hours before the Trump administration's latest travel ban was due to take effect, that the revised ban was, like its earlier counterpart, unconstitutional. Suman Raghunathan, executive director of South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), noted the victory for Muslim travelers and said that the federal court order that was now blocking the ban sent a clear message to the current administration.
Biden Believes That President Trump Deserves A Chance
You have got to give credit to former Vice President Joe Biden - he believes everyone deserves a fair chance, even the new president.
As Women of Color
It is. Every day we leave the house, we need to be ready to defend ourselves, to stand up and speak out. And for people who don’t fit into the “middle class white abled bodied” woman narrative, those people march every day also. Those would be women who may be special needs, disabled, poor, at risk, and they don’t have the luxury of singling out one day to show their frustration with the system.
So You Want to Do Physical Removal
The alt-right and their bosom buddies, the Cantwellian Helicopter Libertarians, want to throw people out of helicopters like Pinochet's regime did to dissidents. Those that aren’t excited to commit mass murder in the name of 'liberty' or capitalism still favor a more sterilized, softer form of “physical removal” in the form of deportations or imprisonment.
For Whom the Dictionary Trolls
The idea of “the resistance” has taken on many forms since Jan. 20th. Much of its new power and identity has been a product of visible protest in the streets, on blogs and in the airwaves since Donald Trump took office. But for months now, there’s been another free-floating resistance, a pushback of words and language by the people whose business it is to know words and language, and how to use them.