Here we go again. Not even an hour after it was announced that team owners agreed to “punish” those who kneel for the National Anthem, an obviously liberal team CEO made waves by announcing he’d pay the fine for any player who wishes to take a knee for the anthem.
“I would have loved to have gotten a more explicitly LGBT character”
Summoned to action by student survivors of the Florida school shooting, hundreds of thousands of teenagers and their supporters rallied in the nation’s capital and cities across America on Saturday to press for gun control and ignite political activism among the young.
After two years of kneeling players and plummeting ratings, NFL owners are expected next week to put the finishing touches on an $89 million social justice package intended to defuse the sideline protest problem that began with Colin Kaepernick in 2016 and put the focus back on what happens on the field.
In an interview with The Outline, David Hogg attacked pro-gun politicians and the NRA, saying, “It just makes me think what sick f***ers out there want to continue to sell more guns, murder more children, and honestly just get reelected.”
His downfall will be glorious.
This campaign features a dark-skinned superhero who is wearing a very dubious, neon-yellow outfit, sunglasses and cape (he’s either addicted to sunbeds or he’s the ‘ethnic minority’ man from the ‘70s’ disco era come to teach the bad white people all about tolerance and inclusion). Regardless, the superhero, who has an obvious eating disorder, is strutting his stuff outside of the school gates. The ginger girl looks adoringly at him as though she has found Mr Right, while the boy is gazing longingly at the hero’s groin area (that’s one boy who is touch with his desires). You’d be forgiven for thinking the campaign is directed at children rather than adults but allow me to dissect Police Scotland’s bullshit for you.
There is an actual brick and mortar store that is appropriately called The Outrage in Washington DC. If you ever need to accessorize your fury at all things, this place has you covered.
According to the guide, “Queermisic microaggressions” are similar to traditional microaggressions in that they can be unintentional comments that are interpreted as insults against LGBT people, except that microaggressions of the “queermisic” variety are rooted in “hate or hatred.”
A face only a fist could love.
In the video, Hogg tries to appear reasonable and to be against all-out gun control. He then proceeds to insult Republicans, the NRA and most of America over gun rights. He calls for outright gun control. He then points to Democrat Conor Lamb’s victory over Republican Rick Saccone earlier in the week. Hogg suggests Lamb’s victory is proof Americans have had “enough.”
On Friday, Campus Reform uploaded a video in which media director, Cabot Phillips, asks college students if celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in a frivolous manner is a form of “cultural appropriation.” In a shocking twist, almost all of the students in the video come to the conclusion that it is indeed cultural appropriation to simply use the holiday as a means to get plastered.
According to KTVU-TV, Hasta Muerte Coffee isn’t your average coffee shop. The station described the outfit as “a worker-owned collective with a decidedly anti-establishment bent.”
Brighton & Hove City Council will equip staff with badges declaring their “preferred pronouns” as part of a project seeking to educate the public that making assumptions about a person’s sex “can be hurtful and distressing”.
Members of the Electoral Justice Project, an offshoot of the Movement for Black Lives, are seeking to “mobilize the black electorate” and increase political engagement with the #WakandaTheVote campaign, the website Blavity reported.
At Edina’s Highlands Elementary School, for example, K-2 students participate in the Melanin Project. The children trace their hands, color them to reflect their skin tone, and place the cut-outs on a poster reading, “Stop thinking your skin color is better than anyone elses!-[sic] Everyone is special!”