The original review is pretty much the embodiment of the neo-Patriarchy’s take on Feminism. The interjected commentary of the review-of-the-review is *spot on*.
From the article: I left Wonder Women to a lot of women excitedly exclaiming about how much the movie had not only delighted them but inspired them…
time to start calling again.
From the article: As Republicans plan to vote on a health care bill that they won’t even allow the public to see, one that reportedly will take away pre-existing condition protections for tens of millions of Americans, there are reports they feel emboldened to do so now…
Y’all, we need to get on the same page about what is happening with this administration right now. This is some next level megalomania. I don’t care what your politics are, this type of behavior from the leader of our country is not normal, nor acceptable.
From the article: Leave it to Donald Trump to reinvent the Cabinet meeting.
they didn’t stop to watch the comey testimony. doing maximum legislation pushes while they still can.
From the article: House lawmakers are poised to pass the “crown jewel” of the GOP-led regulatory reform effort on Thursday, effectively gutting Obama-era financial rules. It’s destiny, however, rests in the Senate.
islamic radicalism is not islam. christofascism is not christianity. we have an extremist problem right here at home and you probably know one or two of them yourself.
From the article: He’s a divorced adulterer who ran a gambling empire, so how did America’s Moral Majority get so evangelical about Donald Trump?
congratulations to the Foo Fighters for scoring the awesomeness that is the one and only Rami Jaffee! <3 i'm so happy for y'all makin' it official.
#theramilama #welldeserved #abouttime
From the article: Big Foo Fighters news!
Fun idea! Let’s all be better read than our own President.
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read this. #uptous
From the article: Everything that is weak, disappointing, and inadequate about the Paris climate accord is the result of U.S. lobbying since 2009.
I’m not laughing. Are you?
“You can arrest any person, search any house,” Duterte told the soldiers Friday.
“I alone would be responsible” for anything they did under martial law, he said. “I will go to jail for you. If you happen to have raped three women, I will own up to it.”
From the article: “You can arrest any person, search any house,” Duterte told his soldiers. And if they raped a woman, he apparently joked, he’d go to jail for them.
From the article: There are few things I feel confident in predicting with any certainty, but of this one I am certain. History will judge mercilessly President Trump’s reported decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement as the height of folly, where greed, cynicism, shortsightedness and ignorance triumphed over intelligence and leadership.
The implications for this action are far-reaching. There is hope that the rest of the world will move on, and the forces in this country at the state, local, and corporate level can lessen some of the repercussions. Renewable energy is on the rise, thanks also to market forces. But more is needed. Much more. This is not an issue with which we can trifle, and although Mr. Trump at his age and with his wealth will likely be immune to most of the long term consequences of his action, his descendants and those of his willing enablers will not.
That is the headline, but what is also clear is that the United States is no longer a leader. We have ceded the moral high ground to countries like those in Europe and even China who have no trouble understanding science and reason. This is a long-term threat to our own health and prosperity. We are retreating where we should be charging forward. We say we can’t when we should be saying we can. We are buying into an antiquated view of our global environment that will only isolate us and diminish us.
These are the stakes. Time is running out on the environment. It is time for some profiles in courage of Republicans in Congress to push back on the denialism that has wracked their party. And it is time for all of us to say that this is an issue of the top priority. Our elected leaders need to feel the heat – not only the thermostat but at the ballot box.