Anything, and everybody white is racist nowadays. Who knew that the 1953 Chevy Corvette produced strictly in Polo White, with white-wall tires, would become the ultimate in offensive whiteness?
At 6:00 a. m. this morning, President Donald Trump tweeted a question many voters have been asking themselves followed by a request. Here’s the President’s tweet:
It started as the epitome of arrogance. House speaker Nancy Pelosi sent President Trump a letter, calling on him to postpone his Jan. 29 State of the Union address until the government shutdown ends. She didn’t even tell her fellow Democrats until after she did it, the latter being busy rounding up furloughed government workers to stand in the audience for the spectacle to shame Trump. It was all about security concerns, Pelosi claimed.
The Senate Judiciary Committee hearings for Attorney General nominee William Barr have focused heavily on Barr’s views on Special Counsel Robert Mueller. But nobody is asking about Barr’s legal crusade granting blanket immunity for federal agents who neutralize U.S. citizens.
A Russian escort in Thailand was given a suspended sentence after she offered Trump – Russia Collusion information to the FBI.
The escort going by the name Nastya Rybka has received a suspended sentence and released for time served (9 months) in Thailand where her group was arrested.
As skyrocketing property prices have led to an ever increasing homeless population, Californians struggle with the crisis on a daily basis. Because not every homeless person lives in an encampment on Skid Row, the growing scourge of these encampments led the city of LA late last year to double its appropriations for services to meet the needs of the homeless population, as the rate of crimes and public nuisances like discarded syringes and human excrement has stoked a quality of life crisis in rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods like Venice Beach.
The Gillette ad everyone’s been talking about for the past few days, cobbled together by Grey Advertising for Proctor and Gamble’s razor company, Gillette, doesn’t detail product attributes, encourage brand loyalty, instill warm feelings in buyers, or even show basic respect for consumers. Instead, the grimly lecturing spot declares masculinity is toxic, a peril to decent society.