Huffington Post has become a portal for people, primarily women and those in minority groups, to air grievances. They provide a useful service. People who feel marginalized now have a platform where they can share experiences and find commonality with others. The downside is the publication has become Whiny Post. Editors select stories that normalize … Continue reading For women who wish they had courage
As a life-long Democrat, I left the party after the DNC and Hillary obstructed Bernie in the primary. How ironic it is Democrats demand punitive sanctions on Russia for allegedly interfering in Election 2016 when they are guilty of the same charge. For the record, I voted for Trump — not because I supported him … Continue reading Donald Trump Saves the World
Today, March 8th, is International Women's Day. It's a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, and also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Why then does female Huffington Post reporter, Hayley Miller, shame Saira Blair on this important day for women? Saira Blair, born July 11, 1996, … Continue reading Misogynistic HuffPost Hates on Women
Brock Allen Turner was a 19-year-old freshman, a swimmer, and student athlete at Stanford University. On January 18, 2015, he allegedly sexually penetrated an intoxicated and unconscious 22-year-old woman, referred to as Emily Doe, with his fingers. Brock was intoxicated. How did he get alcohol illegally? The FRAT was not penalized. Stanford was not penalized. The … Continue reading My Defense of Brock Turner
Jessica Prois, writing for Huffington Post, claims Chloe Kim is PROOF there is "no definable way" to be Asian-America. Jessica doesn't care that Chloe is an America; that she is a 17-year-old young woman who was born in Long Beach and lives in LA. Nope! Jessica wants to focus on and force Americans into divisive … Continue reading Why is the MEDIA dividing us?