Katy Perry ‘Blackface’ Shoe To Be Pulled From Shelves
The “face” shoes have two eyes, a nose and red lips on them, and they come in two different colors … black and beige. The black one is problematic, because it looks a lot like classic blackface makeup, which the fashion world does not seem to recognize time and again.
Father of Yellow Vest protester mutilated by Police grenade
An activist who goes under the name Boudjema, and who was protesting alongside Maillet, said that the injury – one of hundreds sustained since the protests began in November – “concerns all the Yellow Vests.”
“Sebastien was merely exercising his legal right to demonstrate. Now he has lost his hand. He is a plumber, he needed it for his everyday life and his job,” he said, sitting alongside Maillet’s father.
DZSURDZSA: Doug Ford is right, student unions are full of “Marxist nonsense”
Since his changes to post-secondary education, Doug Ford has made student union fees opt-in, meaning that students can choose whether they wish to contribute the several hundred dollars a term to their student unions.
While the union fees are now optional, fees for essential services like transit, health, athletics, counseling and career services are still mandatory.
Have American universities become breeding grounds for anti-white hate?
It’s open season on white males at Yale University.
The student newspaper recently published a disturbing column that called for the targeting of white students – and specifically white male students.
“I’m watching you, white boy,” Isis Davis-Marks wrote in an op-ed published in the Yale Daily News.
Investigative Journalist’s Thorough Case Against Dems for Colluding With Russia Explodes Online Over Weekend
Solomon focuses on the 2009 effort to develop a Russian version of Silicon Valley known as Skolkovo, which Clinton, as secretary of state, worked closely on with Russians including Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and then-President Dmitri Medvedev, Solomon wrote.
“Clinton’s handprint was everywhere on the 2009-2010 project, the tip of a diplomatic spear to reboot U.S.-Russian relations after years of hostility prompted by Vladimir Putin’s military action against the former Soviet republic and now U.S. ally Georgia,” Solomon wrote.