MSNBC Criticizes Caitlyn Jenner For ‘Flaunting Her Residual White Male Privilege’
MSNBC commentator Amy DuBois Barnett criticized Caitlyn Jenner for “flaunting her residual white male privilege” by driving around Los Angeles in a “Make America Great Again” hat.
“Clearly, clearly she is a staunch Republican and clearly she wants to make that known,” Barnett said Friday on MSNBC. “She is out here in her little hat, flaunting her residual white male privilege.”
Canada needs to come to terms with the migration crisis Trump is creating
Never mind, of course, that these particular Haitians were effectively invited to the United States in 2010, after an earthquake tore apart their benighted, insanely poor, deforested, violent nation, killing hundreds of thousands, leaving their national capital a deathscape of crushed cinder blocks and rebar and crumpled tin roofs and corpses, to say nothing of the diseases unleashed, which included a cholera outbreak created by, of all people, UN peacekeepers sent to protect them.
Never mind, of course, that Obama was President in 2010. Never mind that he didn’t send them back to Haiti, as per the agreement. They broke the law once and got away with it for a while, now they’re trying again in a different country.
Family of California transgender girl files discrimination suit against school
The family of an 8-year-old California transgender student has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the girl’s private school.
Parents Priya Shah and Jaspret Brar are suing Heritage Oak Private Education and its parent company, alleging that the school refused to call daughter Nikki Brar by her name.
France has seen 271 jihadi militants return
France has seen 271 jihadi militants return from war zones in Iraq and Syria and all of them are subject to investigation by public prosecutors, the country’s interior minister said in a newspaper interview.
Some 700 French nationals are estimated to have fought in Islamic State ranks in Iraq and Syria, and like other European countries France has been wrestling with how to handle the flow of so-called returnees.
Car makers told to do more to stop hackers taking over internet-connected vehicles
Car makers will have to provide more protection for internet-connected vehicles from cyber attacks, under new government guidance.
Smart vehicles, allowing drivers to access maps, travel information and digital radio services, are becoming increasingly common on roads in Britain.
It is feared that hackers could target them to access personal data, steal cars with keyless entry or take control to potentially cause accidents.
Government involvement will kill more people than hackers.