Vox: Trump Serving Clemson Players Fast Food Criticized As ‘Racist And Classist’
Liberal website Vox criticized President Trump on Tuesday for serving fast food to the Clemson Tigers, claiming that Trump’s belief that fast food would be the preferred meal of the athletes was “racist and classist.”
The president took criticism from much of the mainstream media for his decision to go with fast food. Including accusations that he was “disrespecting” the players, was “unsophisticated,” or was somehow being cheap, Vox said in its January 15 post.
“One poked fun at the juxtaposition of presumably hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of silver and china ‘holding $29.50 of lukewarm dog shit,’” Vox explained.
The CBC has lost its way
The CBC’s mandate is to reflect our national consciousness and diversity. Given this mandate and the nature of its funding, it is incumbent upon the CBC to remain neutral in terms of political ideology. The CBC is not a privately-owned news organization possessing the luxury of an editorial slant, nor is it a state-run news agency designed to sell government policies.
Don Jr.: Pelosi ‘Terrified’ To Let American People Hear Trump ‘Unfiltered’
Donald Trump, Jr. slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for trying to get President Donald Trump to delay his State of the Union address as the government shutdown continues, in an exclusive statement to The Daily Caller.
“Speaker Pelosi is clearly attempting to block my father from giving his State of the Union speech, not because 20 percent of the government is shut down, but because she is terrified of him having another opportunity to speak directly to the American people about her party’s obstruction, unfiltered and without her friends in the media running interference for her,” Trump, Jr. said.
RCMP to get stronger civilian oversight after years of harassment allegations
The federal government is bringing in an external board of civilian advisers to strengthen oversight of RCMP management and improve how the force handles harassment and bullying — changes that have been years in the making.
Calling the force an “iconic symbol” for the country, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said Wednesday the government is accepting all recommendations from two 2017 reports that dove into the force’s workplace harassment issues.
Insect collapse: ‘We are destroying our life support systems’
“We knew that something was amiss in the first couple days,” said Brad Lister. “We were driving into the forest and at the same time both Andres and I said: ‘Where are all the birds?’ There was nothing.”
His return to the Luquillo rainforest in Puerto Rico after 35 years was to reveal an appalling discovery. The insect population that once provided plentiful food for birds throughout the mountainous national park had collapsed. On the ground, 98% had gone. Up in the leafy canopy, 80% had vanished. The most likely culprit by far is global warming.