Saturday, December 9, 2017
I don’t think anyone is surprised that Fox news has become a mouthpiece for Putin and the idiocy of trump, bannon and their gang of cowardly traitors.
Friday, December 8, 2017
It will be impossible to make peace with Israel at a time when the Palestinian Authority is telling its people that Jews use wild pigs to drive Palestinian farmers out of their fields and homes in the West Bank. This is what PA President Mahmoud Abbas told a pro-Palestinian conference in Ramallah.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Sadly, many on the left have decided that Israel is the cause of all the problems in the middle east.
So, for now, the recognition is the right thing to do.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Ryan Holets is a good representative of the Albuquerque Police Department and we commend him.
(CNN) – An Albuquerque police officer’s encounter with a heroin-addicted woman affected him so much, he was compelled to help in an extraordinary way. Heroin and crystal meth control Crystal Champ’s life. The strangling grip of addiction has left her homeless on the streets of Albuquerque. “I did give up, I just decided that this was going to be my life,” Champ said. Living in a tent, in the brush alongside a highway. For Champ, the thought of aen a police officer guardian angel walking into her life was unimaginable, but that’s what happened when Albuquerque Police Officer Ryan Holets found Crystal Champ and her companion, Tom, shooting up heroin behind a convenience store in September. “Looks like you guys are getting ready to shoot up over here,” Holets is heard saying on police video. Ryan Holets, a father of four, wasn’t ready for what he noticed next. “Are you pregnant?” Holets asked Champ. “How far along are you?” “Seven or eight months,” Champ answered. “Oh my gosh,” Holets said. “Why are you doing that stuff? It’s going to ruin your baby. You’re going to kill your baby.” His words brought Crystal Champ to tears. “How dare you judge me, you have no idea how hard this is. You have no idea. I know what a horrible person I am, what a horrible situation I’m in,” Champ said. In that instant, the moment changed. A crazy, overwhelming idea crept into Ryan’s mind. “Realizing that she was desperately wanting someone to adopt the baby, I just felt God telling me, ‘Tell her that you will do it because you can. You can,'” Holets recalled. Three weeks later, Crystal Champ gave birth and Ryan Holets and his wife agreed to adopt the baby. They named her “Hope.” “I’ve gotten tired of seeing so many situations where I wanted to help but can’t and in that moment I realized that I had a chance to help,” Holets said. Hope suffered through withdrawals during weeks of medical treatment, but she’s gaining weight and doing well. “Her father and me love her very much. We did not give her up because we did not want her,” Champ explained. However, Champ remains an addict and admits she’s in no place to care for a baby. “I just want her to be safe and secure and be in a family and be loved and have a chance,” she said. “I am so thankful and blessed and humbled that we are allowed to have Hope in our family,” Holets said. “No coincidence. It’s like providence. We’ll be there for her and whatever struggles that she has, we’ll be there and we’ll work through it. And that’s what makes me happy, that we’ll be there for her,” he said. For Officer Ryan Holets, it’s proof that even in the darkest moments, you never know when love and hope will reveal itself.
Monday, December 4, 2017
Saturday, December 2, 2017
Monday, November 27, 2017
Trump is backing another child rapist for the Senate in Alabama, "He denies it."
Trump has weakly denied the truth of the women that have accused him as well.
Numerous investigations are ongoing in relation to sexual misconduct by other powerful men , trump's victims seem much more credible than trump's denials, given that he has been described as a pathological liar.
It is time to bring the pedophile president to justice.
Sunday, November 26, 2017
"If I shot innocent people on Park Avenue I wouldn't lose any supporters." he crowed.
Perhaps he was preparing them for the relevations, from 16 credible victims, of his long history of sexual assault and pedophilia.
While the bewildered world looks at this disgraceful deviant backing sexual predator and pedophile Roy Moore for Senator, his supporters say, "I don't care he be a rapist,
an' I don't think he stupid". Right.
As we predicted, trump got the nutcase vote, all 30 million of them.
And although he took a fearful beating from Hillary, losing by almost four million votes, the Electoral College did their part in this disgraceful situation and over rode the majority of Americans by appointing the loser of the vote as president.
View this video of some of trump's many sex crimes, just another day in the life of the Pedophile President.
Thursday, November 23, 2017
Trump has officially endorsed accused child molestor Roy Moore for Senator in Alabama.
Like Moore, Trump has also been accused of numerous incidents of molestation,and the allegations against both perpetrators are considered quite credible,
The president says he's "very happy" sexual misconduct by powerful men is being "exposed." He denies all of the allegations against him. (Meg Kelly/The Washington Post)
— President Trump, remarks to reporters, Nov. 21, 2017
Allegation: While she was interviewing Trump in 2005 for an article for People magazine about the first anniversary of his third marriage, Trump lured her into a room at Mar-a-Lago, forced her against a wall and abruptly kissed her, forcing his tongue into her mouth. He then said they were going to have an affair.
Marina Grasic, who has known Stoynoff for more than 25 years. She said she got a call from her friend the day after the alleged attack, detailing exactly how Trump pushed Stoynoff against a wall.
Liz McNeil, at the time a reporter for People (she is now an editor). She said that she heard about the incident the day after Stoynoff returned from her assignment. “She was very upset and told me how he shoved her against a wall,” she said.
Mary Green, another People reporter (now editor) who had just returned to New York. “In an early conversation we had in her office, she told me about what happened with Donald Trump,” Green said. “She was shaky, sitting at her desk, relaying that, ‘He took me to this other room, and when we stepped inside, he pushed me against a wall and stuck his tongue down my throat. Melania was upstairs and could have walked in at any time.’ ”
Liza Hamm, part of a “tight-knit’ group of friends. “Natasha has always been a vivacious person who wants to believe in the best of people, and this experience definitely messed with that outlook,” she said.
Paul McLaughlin, Stoynoff’s former journalism professor. He said Stoynoff called him at the time of the alleged incident seeking advice on how to handle it: “She didn’t know what to do, she was very conflicted, she was angry, she was really confused about how to deal with this.” After a discussion, he said, Stoynoff decided it would be best if she kept the incident to herself.
Allegation: Trump in 2005 kissed her directly on the lips after she introduced herself and said she was a receptionist who worked for a company that did business with Trump.
Brianne Webb, her sister. She said Crooks called her about the incident as soon as she returned to her desk. “Being from a town of 1,600 people, being naive, I was like, ‘Are you sure he didn’t just miss trying to kiss you on the cheek?’ She said, ‘No, he kissed me on the mouth.’ I was like, ‘That is not normal.’ ”
Clint Hackenburg, her boyfriend at the time. After he asked her that evening how her day had gone, “she paused for a second, and then started hysterically crying.”
Allegation: While having Mother’s Day brunch at Mar-a-Lago in 1997 or 1998, her mother-in-law introduced her to Trump. She extended her hand to greet him and he grabbed her and kissed her on the mouth. She did turn her head slightly and so he wasn’t able to “get my whole mouth.”
Lloyd Heller, her husband. He said that she immediately told him. He said he told her that “you should have punched him” and he remembers being “puzzled” by why Trump would do something like that in a public space.
A relative who was there, but wanted to stay unnamed. This person said Heller was immediately shocked and asked whether he or she had seen what happened. The two then talked about the incident asking, “Who does he think he is?”
Kelly Stedman, a friend. She said she was told about the incident at a women’s brunch a few days later. The women found themselves “laughing at how pathetic it was” on Trump’s part.
Brad Trent, a New York photographer. He says he heard the story from Anderson at a dinner in 2007. “It was just girls saying stories about how they got hit on by creepy old guys,” Trent said of the conversation around the table.
Ann Russo, friend: She said that Zervos told her in 2010 that Trump had been “verbally, physically, and sexually aggressive with her” but that she had rebuffed his advances. “It was apparent she was conflicted with what Mr. Trump had done to her,” she said, adding that Zervos was torn between her admiration for Trump and Trump’s behavior.
Ken Davidoff, photographer: He vividly remembers when McGillivray pulled him aside moments after the alleged incident and told him, “Donald just grabbed my ass!’’ He did not witness the incident himself.
George Houraney, her boyfriend and later husband. The two are divorced but he confirmed her account in an interview with Nicholas Kristof: “Houraney and Harth haven’t spoken in years, but they offered almost identical accounts when I interviewed them separately, and their stories match Harth’s deposition and her sexual harassment lawsuit from the time.”
By Meg Kelly November 22 at 3:00 AM
Monday, November 20, 2017
Monday, November 6, 2017
"We believe that Mr. Trump, in the office of the presidency, poses a danger to the public, and in fact the international community," Dr. Bandy Lee told Salon's Andrew O'Hehir on "Salon Talks."
Lee is a professor of law and psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine, and also editor of the new book "The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 27 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President."
Under the guise that these mental health professionals feel a "duty to warn" and a "duty to protect" the public, an array of experts chart President Donald Trump's clinical symptoms, potential diagnoses and most importantly, his danger to the public at large.
"Assessing dangerousness is actually more about the situation and not just about the person, whereas a diagnosis would be about the person and stays with the individual," Lee explained. "So, a certain individual may be dangerous in a certain position of power and not dangerous in another situation."
When identifying Trump's signs of danger or emergency, as the professionals use to describe his presidency and personality in the book, Lee said she would run out of time listing them all.
However, "the most obvious ones are verbal aggressiveness, history of sexual assault, incitement of violence at his rallies, attraction to violence and powerful weapons, provocation of hostile nations," she said.
And the list continues. "Since this book has been out," Lee continued, "there's the endorsement of violence and an encouragement of a kind of culture of violence, which could give rise to epidemics of violent behavior, which has happened after Charlottesville."
Trump's taunting of nuclear power, Lee says, is "probably our greatest concern."
Rachel Leah is a culture writer for Salon. You can follow her on Twitter: @rachelkleah
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