Ivanka Trump’s left-of-center positions are causing trouble for President Trump. Many passionate supporters of Trump didn’t like it one bit when he gave her a prominent advisory role in his government. Both the “alt-right” and actual conservatives feared she would push her farther left on a host of pivotal issues, including on the Planned Parenthood funding battle and the Syrian migrant security issue.
Gone are the days when saying something that hurts another’s feelings is a bias incident. Now just looking at someone funny can get you reported to the campus Thought Police.
It happened at the University of Wisconsin Madison, where an unnamed “white, female student” was reported to the university’s bias incident reporting system. Her crime? Glaring at two female peers.
We’ve seen a lot of riots and protests in recent years over police violence and the election of Donald Trump. While these events certainly don’t bode well for the future, relative to the rest of American history they’ve been pretty tame (at least for now). They only look really serious to us, because many of us have forgotten about just how nasty a riot can get.
It was a letter to the editor, and it was later edited online to remove some of the violent comments. It now reads, “don’t we have a moral responsibility to take action to dissuade frackers from operating here?”
But O’Connor isn’t backing down from his extremist stance.
“I wouldn’t have a problem with a sniper shooting one of the workers” at a drilling site, he told ColoradoPolitics.com in an interview about his letter. “I see fracking as murder, and there’s medical and scientific evidence of that,” he added.
A North Korean propaganda outlet released a video clip on Thursday showing a simulated attack on the White House and declaring that “the enemy to be destroyed is in our sights.”
The video comes at a particularly tense time in relations between North Korea and the United States, with the Trump administration sending warships to the region in a show of force against Kim Jong Un’s regime.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “sunny ways” are falling flat with a growing number of voters, according to a new poll.
A Forum Research poll released Thursday found Trudeau’s approval rating has fallen to 42% — a significant drop from last November when 58% of respondents gave the prime minister the thumbs up.
“Justin Trudeau’s level of approval should be of concern to Liberals across the country, as the once irrepressibly popular prime minister now sees his disapproval exceed his approval,” said Forum Research president Lorne Bozinoff.
According to the Bill Nye show, parents in “developed countries” should be penalized for having kids.
Bill Nye asked a panel on his “Bill Nye Saves the World” Netflix show: “Should we have policies that penalize people for having extra kids in the developed world?”
Kristin Gunckel, a professor at the University of Arizona, argued on behalf of introducing “queer theory” into American elementary school curriculum in a recent lecture that took place last month.
“Queer theory,” according to Gunckel, examines why heterosexuality is portrayed as the “only normal and natural form” for human beings.
Toxic substances such as drain cleaner are being used as weapons more frequently, apparently as a result of a crackdown on guns and knives in recent years.
Metropolitan Police figures from March show attacks involving corrosive fluids in London jumped 74% from 261 in 2015 to 454 in 2016. Across Britain, such attacks increased 30% between 2012 and 2015, according to the London Times.
So the niqāb is actually protective gear?
Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, explained in this regard that addressing gender-based violence includes the need for more accurate data on sexual assaults.
“The collaboration between Statistics Canada and its policing partners is an important first step in restoring public confidence that data on unfounded criminal incidents, including sexual assaults, will be collected and recorded in a consistent manner,” said Bains.