I beg YOUR PARDON! I think he it said from the Rose Garden!

  As has been stated by numerous legal scholars, I have the absolute right to PARDON myself, but why would I do that when I have done nothing wrong? In the meantime, the never ending Witch Hunt, led by 13 very Angry and Conflicted Democrats (& others) continues into the mid-terms! — Donald J. TrumpContinue reading “I beg YOUR PARDON! I think he it said from the Rose Garden!”

Binge Worthy: The Real Housewives of Auckland

Who Knew? March 21 2006, The Real Housewives of Orange County premiered on Bravo. Followed by The Real Housewives of New York, Atlanta, New Jersey, Washington DC,Miami.   In 2011, the franchise went global,  Athens Greece, Vancouver, Melbourne Australia, Cheshire in Britain, Auckland,  Toronto ,Sydney and later this year “The Real Housewives of Hungary. Every nowContinue reading “Binge Worthy: The Real Housewives of Auckland”

Why You Should Never Assume That A Black Person Can’t Be Latino

“A whole section of my identity was cut off.” By: Zeba Blay/Huffington Post The assumption that being black and Latino is not possible isn’t only false — it can have harmful consequences on a person’s sense of identity, as revealed by one woman in a recent video that’s going viral. Those consequences are explored inContinue reading “Why You Should Never Assume That A Black Person Can’t Be Latino”

5 Things Hispanics Born in America Want You to Know

Photo: Google By: Elizabeth Mandy Coreas/Huffington Post-Latino Voices My name is Elizabeth, and I was born in the United States, specifically in New York City. My father was a Chilean immigrant, and my mother a Hispanic American born in the U.S. as well. While being part of two cultures is in many ways rewarding, especially whenContinue reading “5 Things Hispanics Born in America Want You to Know”

Bombs on wheels through Sacramento twice a Day?

By :CityFella Last February ,a CSX train carrying more than three million gallons of crude oil derailed in Mount Carbon West Virginia. The fires burned in this town of 2000 for days.  Each tank carried 30,000 gallons of Balkken Crude Oil from North Dakota. Hundreds of families were evacuated after losing their drinking water andContinue reading “Bombs on wheels through Sacramento twice a Day?”

Things that make you go hmmmm? For Oct 15,2014

Illustration by Andre Carrillo Until American doctors treating patients with Ebola in West Africa were diagnosed with the disease, the current Ebola outbreak has been largely faceless, mainly about statistics and if and when the virus would spread to American soil. Carrilho told The Huffington Post he created the illustration to show how the mediaContinue reading “Things that make you go hmmmm? For Oct 15,2014”

Asian Voices: Progressives, Are You Listening?

By:Jarryd Willis/Huffington Post Start including Asian voters in any discussion of Black and Hispanic issues. We’ve heard little of the 1.4 million undocumented Asians or 200k Asian youth who qualify for the DreamACT. Remember, Bill Clinton never won the Asian vote, and we shouldn’t take it for granted in 2016. Asian-Americans appear to be theContinue reading “Asian Voices: Progressives, Are You Listening?”

V. for Vanessa Stiviano: The Dirt

By: CityFella The door is open, it  was simply at matter of time.  The Media would get information on V. For Vanessa Stiviano the women at the center of the Donald Sterling storm. The Hot News via TMZ The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office is currently investigating claims that Stiviano is attempting to blackmail Sterling intoContinue reading “V. for Vanessa Stiviano: The Dirt”

Watch woman quit her job through hilarious interpretive dance video to her bemused bosses

Quitting your job is never easy, but Marina Shifrin’s interpretive dance video has to be the best way to go out with a bang Marina Shifrin has become the envy of thousands after she quit her job in the most amusing way possible. By: Rebecca Pocklington/Daily Mirror Having given up her social life, relationships andContinue reading “Watch woman quit her job through hilarious interpretive dance video to her bemused bosses”

Spanish artist fights for fashion’s real victims

Spanish artist Yolanda Dominguez shocked shoppers on Madrid‘s emblematic Gran Via on Tuesday by staging a re-enactment of last month’s Bangladesh factory disaster to raise awareness about the working conditions in the Asian country’s textile industry. Dominguez, 35, organized the ‘real fashion victims’ campaign which involved several fashion bloggers spreadeagled under piles of rubble inContinue reading “Spanish artist fights for fashion’s real victims”