What do you think would happen if a student group at a university demanded a designated space where only white people were allowed to meet? That would start World War III, no doubt about it. But something very similar is happening at the University of Michigan and leftists consider this version virtuous. [Read more…]
Boycotting the products of the Trump family isn’t working at all. If anything, consumers are rushing to buy even more. [Read more…]
Joel Tooley is a pastor at Florida’s Melbourne First Church of the Nazarene. When Donald and Melania Trump came to town, he made sure he went. Later, he described it on Facebook:
A few days ago, people across the United States heard the news that our newly elected President would be visiting Melbourne, Florida – our hometown. It is no surprise to many that I do not support many of the objectives and “campaignisms” of Donald Trump. I know many people who voted for him – friends, family, church people who all voted for their own reasons. The point of this experience is not to relay all of the reasons why I think he should not be the president. Those points are moot – he IS our President.
Now, I am enough of a sentimentalist that when I found out THEEEE President was coming to town, I got online quickly and reserved two tickets.
But the pastor, who admitted he wasn’t a fan of Donald Trump, was bothered by what he saw. [Read more…]
Ibtihaj Muhammad rose to fame last year when she became the first Muslim-American to win an Olympic medal. But instead of simply carrying the torch for inspirational world-class athletes, Muhammad became an outspoken critic of Donald Trump and now appears to have deceived the press to further her own political agenda. [Read more…]
Do you remember last year when CoverGirl chose a male for its cover? Makeup artist James Charles, who’s only seventeen, was suddenly the face of tolerance. But a lot has happened since then. This month, the kid went on a school trip to Africa. [Read more…]
Libs won’t sit next to Tiffany Trump at fashion show, so Whoopi makes a sweet offer to Donald’s daughter
Why are liberal enclaves — universities, fashion shows, the media – so rude to women?
Truth Revolt reports what happened at a recent Phillip Plein show in New York, where the daughter of Donald Trump and Marla Maples was in attendance.
Nikki Ogunnaike, Fashion Editor for Elle magazine, was recently at the Phillip Plein show in Manhattan when she noticed that other fashion editors were shunning Tiffany Trump. She gleefully tweeted, “1 hour late start, editors fleeing just so they don’t have to sit behind Tiffany Trump.”
Apparently other people who were there decided it would be kind to share photos of the empty chairs next to Tiffany, making fun of the fact that she was all alone. Truth Revolt continues that the host of The View even thought this was in bad form:
“You know what, Tiffany, I’m supposed to go to a couple more shows. I don’t know what’s going to happen, but I’m coming to sit with you. Because nobody’s talking politics,” Whoopi Goldberg said. “You’re looking at fashion! She doesn’t want to talk about her dad! She’s looking at the fashion! And for Elle magazine, a magazine that says it’s a woman’s magazine, to do this!”
That is actually kind… especially since it’s no secret that Whoopi is no conservative! Good for Whoopi for doing the right thing.
Here’s another cool thing. Tiffany actually responded to The View host’s offer:
Thank you @WhoopiGoldberg I’d love to sit with you too!
I hope they actually do end up sitting together at a fashion show — and come back and tell us the rest of the story. By the way, isn’t it nuts that the fashion editor at Elle is so anti-woman?
Super Model Emily Ratajkowski was at an event recently when she found herself sitting next to a New York Times writer. I almost said “journalist,” but we know better, right? [Read more…]
Walking to get coffee saw these all over a sidewalk in the town I'm in. Is this an attempt at swastikas? Do neo nazis not have google? pic.twitter.com/A4ses1G3ru
— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) February 12, 2017
Oh, boy! This one will have you laughing one second and scratching your head the next. [Read more…]
At work, it’s best to keep your political opinions to yourself. It’s good to keep the peace when your paycheck is on the line. Plus, no one really wants to hear them anyway. But if you can’t control your tongue, and your opinions are very insulting, maybe you shouldn’t have a job in the first place, especially in government work. [Read more…]