George W. Bush hinted Thursday at his dissatisfaction with Donald Trump, complaining in a New York City speech that ‘bullying and prejudice’ has become a caustic norm in American public life.At an event hosted by the George W. Bush Institute, the 43rd U.S. president rattled off a thinly veiled litany of complaints about the current commander-in-chief, focusing on both his tone and his isolationist policy choices.’Our young people need positive role models,’ he said. ‘Bullying and prejudice in our public life sets a national tone, provides permission for cruelty and bigotry, and compromises the moral education of children.”Bigotry seems emboldened’ in today’s America, Bush added. ‘Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.’Trump’s tenure has been marked by a seemingly endless stream of outraged posts on his Twitter account and a dramatic political polarization among U.S. voters as the truthfulness of his public statements is questioned daily.
The latest issue of Playboy features a transgender playmate, a first in the magazine’s 64-year history.Ines Rau poses fully nude in the November/December 2017 issue, which is also the first to hit newsstands following the death of the magazine’s founder, Hugh Hefner.The 26-year-old model has been shot for the magazine before, however, this time around marks her debut as the first official transgender playmate, which means she will appear in a full pictorial and the iconic centrefold.
Barbara Walters is the latest star to find herself sucked into the death spiral of disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. An old video of Walters shutting down actor Corey Feldman when he spoke out about sex abuse in Hollywood on “The View” is recirculating with calls for Walters to apologize. Feldman, who has spoken publicly about the abuse he suffered along with fellow ‘80s star Corey Haim, appeared on “The View” in 2013 and did not shy away from speaking out about the powerful person in Hollywo
Anthony Scaramucci, the infamous, fiery, short-lived former White House communications director, is wooing glamorous Fox News anchor Kimberly Guilfoyle, multiple sources tell Page Six — even as the couple deny they are an item. Page Six exclusively revealed on July 29 that the Mooch’s wife of three years, Deidre Ball, had filed for divorce while nine months pregnant. Scaramucci lasted 11 days in the DC job and was ousted by President Trump on July 31. The reason for his firing was said to be an expletive-
Emmajane Love, a former call girl-turned-relationship guru, decided to marry herself. The ceremony was carried out on a beach, where Love, carrying a handheld mirror, recited her vows to her own reflection.
Despite President Trump’s repeated accusations that the media pushes nothing but “fake news,” Americans are trusting the media more and the president less nearly nine months after he was sworn in, according to a new poll.The Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll of more than 14,300 people released Tuesday found that the percentage of adults who said they had a “great deal” or “some” confidence in the press rose to 48 percent in September from 39 percent last November.The percentage of those who said they had “hardly any” confidence in the press dropped to 45 percent from 51 percent over the same period.Confidence in Trump — who has called the media “the enemy of the American people” and repeatedly disparaged individual reporters — moved in the opposite direction.The survey, which tracked confidence in major institutions every couple of months after the 2016 presidential election, found in late January that 52 percent of Americans had a “great deal” or “some” confidence in the new president’s executive branch.That dropped to 51 percent in the May survey and to 48 percent in the latest poll.In comparison, 57 percent of Americans expressed similar levels of confidence in former Democratic President Barack Obama’s outgoing administration in November.The poll also found that the shift in trust was not simply a partisan reaction to a Republican president.From January to September, the percentage of people who had a “great deal” or “some” confidence in the executive branch dropped 6 percentage points among Republicans and 3 points among Democrats.The percentage of those who expressed similar levels of confidence in the media rose 3 points this year among Republicans and 11 points among Democrats.Every president clashes with the news media, but Trump “has gone a step further in attacking the press and questioning their legitimacy,” Martha Kumar, a presidential historian, told Reuters.“What you’re seeing now is a gradual recognition of the importance of the press” at a time when people are still getting used to a new president whose campaign is under federal investigation for alleged collusion with Russia, Kumar said.Trump has denied any collusion occurred, calling the Russia probe “a hoax” and “fake news.”Kumar added that confidence in the press may be rising this year because news organizations have offered wildly different perspectives on Trump, satisfying people who like him as well as those who do not.“They’re not all watching and reading the same things,” she said. “They’re gravitating toward organizations they trust.”Ari Fleischer, former Republican President George W. Bush’s first press secretary, said any shift in the way people viewed the press and the president was likely the product of an oppositional relationship that both sides had pushed since the 2016 presidential campaign.“Trump throws fastballs directly at the press’ head. He does it almost every day,” Fleischer told Reuters.“This makes those who oppose Trump draw into the press,” elevating its stature among those who would otherwise not trust the media, he said.“But the press has played into it by the mistakes they’ve made, by missing the rise of Trump, by being too liberal,” Fleischer added. “They’ve helped create this environment.”The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online in English throughout the US.It collected a combined 14,328 responses from those polls, and the data has a credibility interval, a measure of accuracy, of 2 percentage points.
A gunman carried out the deadliest mass shooting in US history by opening fire at a Las Vegas outdoor music concert — killing at least 50 people and wounding more than 200 before being fatally shot, officials said.Stephen Paddock, 64, of Mesquite, Nev., unleashed a withering hail of bullets from an automatic weapon from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel as about 40,000 people were enjoying the music.Described as a “lone wolf” by Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo, Paddock had a criminal past and was known to local law enforcement, NBC News reported.He had no known connection to terrorism and police have not called the shooting a terrorist attack, according to Lombardo.Modal TriggerUndated image of Stephen Paddock.Facebook“We have no idea what his belief system was,” Lombardo said. “Right now, we believe he was the sole aggressor and the scene is static.”He added that “numerous firearms” had been located in the room he had occupied at his Mandalay Bay room, which a SWAT team broke into with a controlled explosion.The attack came during the last performances on the final night of the three-day Route 91 country music festival on a 15-acre lot on Las Vegas Boulevard across from Mandalay Bay.Authorities said they have located 62-year-old Marilou Danley, who was wanted as a person of interest in the massacre. She had been sitting in Paddock’s car before the attack, Lombardo said.He described her as an “associate.”Police also found two vehicles with Nevada license plates, a Hyundai Tucson and a Chrysler Pacifica Touring, that they had been looking for after the rampage, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.Two off-duty police officers attending the concert were among the dead victims, Lombardo said. Two on-duty Las Vegas cops were wounded, one critically, he said.President Trump tweeted his “warmest condolences and sympathies to the victims and families of the terrible Las Vegas shooting. God bless you!”White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement: “We are monitoring the situation closely and offer our full support to state and local officials.”“All of those affected are in our thoughts and prayers,” she added.
Fuck You, John McCain(Note: I took this down for a couple of days because I said I would if John McCain voted down the worthless skinny repeal. He did and I did and now I’m putting it back up because there are many reasons to say, “Fuck you” to McCain. Not the least of those reasons is that he gave the Nero-like thumbs down to the skinny repeal in part because it wasn’t cruel enough in taking health care away from millions. So, yeah, a few things are wrong, but the feelings are right.)I know there are people who are more responsible than Arizona Senator John McCain for the passage of the motion to proceed to dismantle health care coverage for millions of Americans and give a big ass tax cut to the wealthiest in the country. I know that there is still a long, long way to go before any actual legislation that does all that passes, although it really just seems like a fait accompli at this point. And I know, I know, Christ, fuck, I know that in some cosmic sense it’s wrong to attack someone who has an aggressive form of brain cancer and just had a blood clot removed from behind his eyeball, that such suffering ought to be given respect. But fuck all that. Fuck you, John McCain, you petulant, pissant son of a bitch. Fuck you, fuck your legacy, fuck your pain, fuck your recovery, fuck your family, and fuck, fuck, fuck you. And I feel free to say that because, with his vote today to allow debate on some bullshit new health care plan, he said, “Fuck you” to hundreds of thousands of his state’s constituents who will lose Medicaid coverage or be priced out of insurance or be pushed into some worthless policy. The saddest response to McCain’s announcement yesterday that he was returning early to Washington to vote on the motion-to-proceed was the hope that the mythical maverick McCain would show up and, likely having no more elections to run, would do the right thing by voting “No.” That McCain never existed, and, except for issues like torture, he has been as loyal a Republican as any flea on the hairs on Mitch McConnell’s waxy balls. Of course he was coming back to dick people over. It’s what he does. He’s a motherfucker, like every other Republican motherfucker. Motherfuckers fuck mothers. How many times do I have to say this? They fuck mothers. It’s right there in the word. If they get a chance to fuck a mother, they will fuck that mother because they are motherfuckers. And the repeal of the Affordable Care Act is like a sticky blood orgy of motherfuckery. By the time the process is over, Republicans will fuck every hole and carve some new ones to fuck.Not only did McCain vote, but then he saw fit to stand there and give a sanctimonious goddamned speech decrying how the Senate has become “more partisan, more tribal.” He called for a return to some kind of era of comity, and he blamed both parties for what he sees as a breakdown in “regular order” in the Senate and the ability to work together. And all over the media, people acted like fuckin’ Lancelot had just come riding in to save the day when it was really just a filthy one-eyed poodle with a chip on its shoulder and ankles to bite.Let’s contextualize: “Regular order” was stabbed to death by Republicans during the Obama presidency when the Senate GOP decided that every bill would be filibustered when they were in the minority and any idea of the President’s would be blocked when they got the majority. John McCain barely squeaked a single fart of protest out from between his saggy ass cheeks. In fact, again, except for torture (sometimes), he went along every single fucked up time that Republicans threw themselves in the way of legislation passed by the House. And then he blew shit up like a common terrorist when Republicans got the Senate back. “Regular order,” motherfucker? Suck a pig dick.Shit, in his little vomit of a speech today, he smirked when he criticized Democrats for not engaging Republicans on the Affordable Care Act: “The Obama administration and congressional Democrats shouldn’t have forced through Congress without any opposition support a social and economic change as massive as Obamacare.” Bitch, there were ten months of hearings and 160 Republican amendments got into the bill. So make a dildo out of your complaint about regular order and shove it up your worn out sphincter.And let’s contextualize further: What McCain voted for today was a phantom bill. It was a sham to get something out there so that the amendment process could start on the House bill. It was as far from regular order as having monkeys fuck on the floor of the Senate, although that’s a fair analogy for what actually occurred. The final fucking insult from McCain today was that he once again pretended like he might be a maverick. He said, “Why don’t we try the old way of legislating in the Senate, the way our rules and customs encourage us to act. If this process ends in failure, which seem likely, then let’s return to regular order.” If you think that McCain will do anything n
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In a recent British interview, Jennifer speaks of “Mother Nature’s” wrath.
Mother nature or the worship of the elements is a common pagan practice. In fact that is what they worship or evoke.
In an attempt to “Bind” President Donald Trump, from accomplishing his agenda to: Fix the economy, Rebuild Airports, Dams, Highways and other infrastructure, all of which take money, “THE WITCHES” have evoked some of the most powerful hurricanes to date costing the Global Economy hundreds of billions of dollars, effectively blocking any good, President Trump was trying to do.
Destruction and it’s worshipers are blinded to the fact that they did not bring good to America, but rather hurt millions upon millions of innocent people.
“THE WITCHES”, have brought this destruction not wether you believe in global warming Jennifer.
“THE WITCHES” have brought destruction to millions of “Muggle’s” as J.K. Rowling so eloquently channeled from the dark side,
Wealthy people are not usually hurt by this destruction, instead the poor, needy, immigrant are usually hurt the most, including if the economy falters.
Is witchcraft really something Jennifer should be promoting?
Jennifer says “Mother Nature” did this because Trump doesn’t believe men created global warming. So suddenly mother nature or the goddess responds in her wrath?
More accurately, the hate of humans and witches against President Trump, who evoke the same deities to create these hurricanes are directly to be credited for these storms and also prosecuted for the destruction and financial toll they created.
And for the record, one idiot witch please explain how this did ANYONE ANY GOOD?
The homosexual agenda’s you promote do not take money to block.
This administrations leaders in key places still make policies.
The only thing the witches did was put American further in debt and hurt untold millions of people. For no good reason.
So who is the real devil here that all of society should hold accountable?
Those that practice these dark arts.
In fact this is not the first time the inhabitants of the world had to face these facts and deal with this:
Exodus 22:18King James Version (KJV)
18 Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.
Eric Bolling’s son Eric Chase died on Friday night, just hours after his father lost a high-profile job at the Fox News Channel.The cause of death has not been announced. According to a family friend, an autopsy will not take place until Monday.Eric Chase Bolling was starting his second year at the University of Colorado in Boulder. It is unclear if he died on or off campus. Local authorities did not immediately respond to requests for comment from CNN.His parents learned of the death late Friday night and flew to Colorado on Saturday morning.Eric Bolling confirmed the heart-wrenching news in a tweet.”Adrienne and I are devastated by the loss of our beloved son Eric Chase last night. Details still unclear,” Bolling wrote. “Thoughts, prayers appreciated.”In a second tweet, Bolling said that an autopsy would be conducted next week. “Authorities have informed us there is no sign of self harm at this point. … Please respect our grieving period,” he wrote.The family friend said the Bollings are in a profound state of shock. Eric was their only child.Eric Bolling sometimes talked lovingly about his son on Fox News. Bolling, a former trader, joined Fox Business Network in 2007 and later jumped to Fox News, where he became one of the channel’s best-known conservative hosts. In his appearances on the 5 p.m. talk show “The Five,” he cheered on Donald Trump’s campaign for president. He also wrote a pro-Trump book called “The Swamp.”Trump’s sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump expressed their condolences in separate messages on Twitter. “I am so sorry for your loss. I know how devoted you were to your son. I cannot fathom how difficult this must be,” Donald Trump Jr. tweeted.When “The Five” was moved to 9 p.m. last spring, Bolling stayed on at 5 p.m. as the leader of a new show called “The Specialists.”He signed a multi-year contract in June. He parted ways with Fox News in August after an investigation into allegations, first reported by HuffPost, that Bolling had sent female colleagues an “unsolicited” lewd photo.Bolling moved to sue the HuffPost reporter and vowed to fight the claims, which he called “false smear attacks.””I look forward to clearing my name” as soon as possible, he said.Fox announced his departure around 4:30 p.m. on Friday. Fox said it happened “amicably.” “The Specialists” was canceled.Sources at Fox said staffers were shaken up about the sudden death.”We are very saddened to hear of the passing of Eric Bolling’s son,” the network said in a statement. “Eric Chase was a wonderful young man and our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Bolling family.”Bolling’s former colleagues and other journalists also expressed condolences.”So awful. My heart goes out to Eric and his family,” CNN’s Don Lemon tweeted.”Overwhelmed by the news of Eric Bolling’s son,” Fox contributor Katie Pavlich tweeted. “How absolutely horrific and devastating.”– Updated: This article has been updated to clarify Bolling’s status at the University of Colorado in Boulder.
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows that 45% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Fifty-four percent (54%) disapprove.The latest figures include 30% who Strongly Approve of the way Trump is performing and 45% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of -15. (see trends).Regular updates are posted Monday through Friday at 9:30 a.m. Eastern (sign up for free daily email update).The Trump Administration on Tuesday announced an end to DACA, the so-called “Dreamers” program, and gave Congress until March to provide a legislative solution to the problem of undocumented adults who arrived in the United States illegally as children.Critics claim illegal immigrants take jobs away from Americans, but voters tend to favor the continuation of the Obama-era program that protects from deportation illegal immigrants who came here as children.The House approved $7.9 billion in Hurricane Harvey disaster relief funds yesterday. More voters than ever now agree the clean-up and recovery efforts in situations like these should be the federal government’s responsibility.Americans uniting as one, as they’ve done in Texas to battle Harvey, represents the true spirit of America, “a spirit of love, determination and resolve,” President Trump has said. That American spirit is the subject of this week’s Rasmussen Minute as yet another, potentially catastrophic hurricane tracks toward Florida. President Ronald Reagan said in his first inaugural address in 1981 that “government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.” Voters still agree and hope Congress and the president don’t blunt the cutting knife.President Trump this week also expressed his desire to shrink the corporate tax rate in order to boost job growth and help middle-class Americans. We will tell you at 10:30 a.m. Eastern whether voters believe that lowering the U.S. corporate tax rate will help or hurt the economy.