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Democrats criticize Biden’s decision to launch airstrikes in Syria without consulting Congress 


Some Senate Democrats on Friday criticized President Joe Biden’s decision to launch an airstrike Thursday night in Syria without conferring with all of Congress.

“The American people deserve to hear the Administration’s rationale for these strikes and its legal justification for acting without coming to Congress. Offensive military action without congressional approval is not constitutional absent extraordinary circumstances,” a statement from Kaine’s office read. Kaine is a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee.

“Congress should hold this administration to the same standard it did prior administrations, and require clear legal justifications for military action, especially inside theaters like Syria, where Congress has not explicitly authorized any American military action,” Murphy said in a statement Friday.

Democrats criticize Biden’s decision to launch airstrikes in Syria without consulting Congress

Tags: Accusation, Leaders, Military, Policy, Political, Representation, Safety, Violence, War



Joe Biden invited to Nigeria to ‘marry a man as his second wife’ by raging homophobic bishop 


An anti-LGBT+ bishop from Nigeria has suggested that if Joe Biden wants the country to decriminalise homosexuality, he should take a Nigerian man as his “second wife”.

The angry tirade comes after Biden vowed to advance the cause of LGBT+ rights around the world, threatening financial sanctions on regimes deemed to have infringed on the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex people.

Joe Biden invited to Nigeria to ‘marry a man as his second wife’ by raging homophobic bishop

Tags: Criticism, Cultural, Environment, Etiquette, Gay, Interference, Judgment, Leaders, LGBTQ, Macho Posing, Men In Charge, Policy, Politics, Sex, World



Cops fine gay couple because they couldn’t believe two men could be in a relationship 


The men were stopped by police at a checkpoint and Ohayon tried to explain that they were taking care of his mother. The officers didn’t accuse him of lying about going to the mother’s home but instead didn’t believe that the men could actually be a couple.

“After we were asked why we were together, we said that we were a couple,” Ohayon recounted, according to the Jerusalem Post‘s translation. “They responded: ‘What do you mean?’ and we asked if he’d never heard of gay men and if he was dismissing the fact that we’re a couple.”

“So the second officer joined and they had a conversation between themselves about us…. The officer said ‘No way. There’s no such thing.

Cops fine gay couple because they couldn’t believe two men could be in a relationship

Tags: Apology, Awareness, Education, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Gay, LGBTQ, Life Sucks!, Lifestyle, Policy, Representation



Kirk Cameron under fire for hosting large caroling protests as COVID-19 cases surge: 'Unchristian' 


Kirk Cameron is facing backlash for hosting mass gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Growing Pains star corralled hundreds of people together on Sunday night to sing Christmas carols outside The Oaks mall in Thousand Oaks, Calif. Many attendees were not wearing masks or practicing social distancing, according to Instagram videos posted by Cameron, as COVID-19 cases surge in Southern California and capacity at intensive care units are at dangerously low levels.

“God Bless America!” Cameron captioned one video. “Joy over Fear.”

Kirk Cameron under fire for hosting large caroling protests as COVID-19 cases surge: 'Unchristian'

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Environment, Health, Policy, Politics, Religion, Rude, Safety, Social Distancing



No jab? You're barred! Bars, restaurants, cinemas and sports venues could turn away anyone who hasn't had a Covid-19 vaccine, minister warns 


Restaurants, bars and cinemas may turn customers away if they have not had a Covid jab, the new minister for the mass vaccine roll-out suggested tonight.

Nadhim Zahawi indicated that although an injection would be voluntary, some venues – including sports grounds – might insist on proof of one in return for granting entry.

The minister said individuals would have to decide for themselves but would be given the 'strong message' that jabs were good for their family, community and country.

Airlines have already been examining the idea of asking for 'immunity passports' as a condition of flying.

No jab? You're barred! Bars, restaurants, cinemas and sports venues could turn away anyone who hasn't had a Covid-19 vaccine, minister warns

Newsom warns of regional stay-at-home order as COVID-19 hospitalizations hit record

Gif. He snitched on her for the last movie ticket. She was forced to get vaccinated. 30-Nov-2020

Tags: Choices, Coronavirus, Entertainment, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Family, Future, Leaders, Parental Burden, Policy, Quarantine, Rejection, Relationships, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Social Distancing, Survival, Vaccine, World




Tags: Activism, Backlash, Cancellation, Gay, Gif, LGBTQ, Policy, Political, Preference, Sexism



New York City Police To Stop Removing Religious People's Headwear 


The New York Police Department (NYPD) will no longer remove religious people's headwear—such as turbans, hijabs, kippahs or habits—when taking their mugshots, according to a new settlement announced on Monday.

The changed policy, which takes effect in 60 days, is the result of a class-action lawsuit filed on March 16, 2018 by Arwa Aziz and Jamilla Clark, two Muslim women. The women said the NYPD's policy of removing religious headwear violated their religious rights and left them in tears and shame following their separate encounters with police.

New York City Police To Stop Removing Religious People's Headwear

Tags: $, Complaint, Crime, Differences, Environment, Lifestyle, Policy, Politics, Racial Tension, Religion, Safety, Self-hatred



This Small Town Is Fighting Over the Usage of Pride Flags 


For the past two years, rainbow banners had flown from lampposts on Main Street in the city of Heber, Utah, in celebration of Pride month. But when some residents complained that Pride and LGBTQ+ rights were political and did not represent the values or beliefs of the community, Yahoo News reports the city passed a new ordinance in August raising the costs and generally making it more difficult to continue the practice.

“It has pretty much eliminated the option of private citizens funding banners and requesting them to be hung on Main Street, unless they are able to get sponsorship from the city, the county or the chamber, and that sponsorship means some financial sponsorship,” Kelleen Potter, the mayor of Heber City and mother of two LGBTQ+ teens, explained.

The new ordinance requires any event or message promoted on the banners must be nonpolitical and not for profit. Additionally, banner applicants must first obtain sponsorship from the city of Heber, Wasatch County, or the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce before their application will be considered by the city. In the past, residents could apply to hang banners from the city’s lampposts for a few hundred dollars as long as they were noncommercial in nature.

“As a Christian, our family believes that marriage is between a man and a woman,” one woman is quoted as saying, while others claimed the flag and, by extension, LGBTQ+ rights, were political. Potter claimed she began receiving inquiries wondering if the previous banner policy allowed banners with other allegedly similarly political messages protesting abortion or pornography or featuring symbols associated with the Ku Klux Klan or Nazis.

This Small Town Is Fighting Over the Usage of Pride Flags

Tags: Cancellation, Environment, Equality, Etiquette, Flag, LGBTQ, Neighbor, Policy, Religion, Representation



A gay man and his straight, female friend can be in a “conjugal relationship” that is legally recognised by Canadian courts thanks to a groundbreaking new ruling. 


The decision, which involves a gay refugee to Canada and a straight woman he met at university overseas, expands the legal definition of what a loving couple can look like.

The two close friends, identified as AP and AM, had unprotected sex on a trip and the woman became pregnant. When the baby was born they decided to commit to each other and raise their child as a family unit, in spite of their sexualities.

However, when the gay man tried to sponsor the woman and their child to join him in Canada, their case was blocked by immigration officials who said their bond didn’t meet the definition of a conjugal relationship.

Gay man and straight woman

Tags: ?, All Rights, Entertainment, Equality, Policy, Prison, Sex, Women



Florida city repeals 13-year ban on saggy pants 


After 13 years, a South Florida city has overturned a ban on “saggy pants” — bottoms that reveal the wearer's underwear.

The Opa-locka City Commission voted Wednesday on a 4-1 vote to repeal both the original 2007 legislation and a 2013 ordinance that said women, not just men, could receive civil citations for wearing pants that exposed their undergarments.

Florida city repeals 13-year ban on saggy pants

Tags: Cancellation, Enforcement, Fashion, Policy, Racial Tension



Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she doesn’t expect ‘mass crowds of trick-or-treating’ this Halloween 


On what should have been an epic year for Halloween lovers, with the annual celebration of costumes and candy falling on a Saturday, it seems the coronavirus will be playing the final trick on those seeking treats in Chicago.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the city’s looking at how to best celebrate the holiday and doesn’t expect it to look like years past. Lightfoot said the city is working on plans to recognize and celebrate Halloween, but in a way that’s “consistent with the public health guidance.”

Mayor Lori Lightfoot

Halloween candy slide may help trick-or-treating stay socially distanced

Tags: Celebration, Children, Choices, Coronavirus, Halloween, Holiday, Parental Burden, Policy, Safety, Youth



Network Comedies’ Future Threatened By Outdated Broadcast Business Model 


It was once considered the holy grail, landing a comedy series on a broadcast network. But now studios may be walking away from the genre as the decades-old broadcast model is becoming increasingly non-viable in the streaming age.

The broadcast model, created when broadcast TV was the only game in town, is based on the studios taking the risk and reaping the rewards in success. Today, with the rise of vertical integration and streaming, it has evolved into studios taking the risk with very little or no reward to be had, especially for indies, which explains why they have been calling for changes to the antiquated financial formula.

“Downstream economics have changed drastically,” one industry insider said.

In television, networks pay a negotiated per-episode license fee to studios that produce the shows. In broadcast, for the first four seasons, the license fee is significantly lower than the cost of producing a series. The studio covers the deficit, or “deficit finances,” incurring tens or even hundreds of millions in costs before it can start to recoup some of the money spent.

Network Comedies’ Future Threatened By Outdated Broadcast Business Model

Tags: $, Business, Comedy, Entertainment, Future, Policy, Replacement, Survival



Video shows mob of women attacking 17-year-old Chili's hostess allegedly over social distancing guidelines 


A 17-year-old Chili's hostess says she was attacked by a group of women who were allegedly angered by the restaurant's social distancing policies, and the incident was captured on a cellphone video.

Kelsy Wallace, a straight-A high school student, told WBRZ-TV that the women grew upset when they were told that they could not sit at the same table.

"My general manager and my other managers tell us we cannot sit a table bigger than six because of the corona. We are supposed to separate them," said Wallace.

"And they got upset, so the first thing I did was go get my manager," she explained.

Video shows mob of women attacking 17-year-old

Tags: Attack, Business, Employment, Food, Policy, Restaurant, Safety, Video, Violence, Women In Charge, Youth



Sleep is for privileged white people, popular magazine says — so now activists call for 'rest reparations' 


Teen Vogue published an article last week alleging sleep is indicative of systemic racism.

Now some activists are calling for "rest reparations" in the form of sabbaticals and time off from work and other strenuous activities.

What are the details?

The article, titled, "Black Power Naps is Addressing Systemic Racism in Sleep," reveals the Black Power Naps initiative, which alleges that African Americans typically have shorter life spans when compared to their white peers.

Black Power Naps — created by writers Navild Acosta and Fannie Sosa — insists that black lives are shorter than white lives because blacks experience "generational fatigue" simply on the grounds that they are African American.

The Blaze

Tags: Cultural, Disease, Employment, Environment, Hate, Health, Holiday, Policy, Racial Tension, Treatment



California Abandons Equality under the Law 


Here are some unexpected developments: In Mississippi, Republicans have decided to excise the Confederate flag; in California, Democrats have decided to legalize racial discrimination.

Who had that on their 2020 bingo card?

In 1996, California voters by a substantial margin enacted a constitutional amendment reading: “The state shall not discriminate against, or grant preferential treatment to, any individual or group, on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin in the operation of public employment, public education, or public contracting.” The Democrat-run state legislature has just voted to repeal that amendment.

California had a long struggle with race-based admissions practices in its public universities, most famously with the Bakke case, in which the Supreme Court upheld race-based policies. The 1996 amendment was an attempt to sort that out in the most straightforward fashion, by insisting that the state take no notice of race at all in its policies. That was, for some generations, the great aspiration of most good-hearted Americans, who took it to be the dream of the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous speech.

California Democrats such as Assemblyman Todd Gloria insist that eliminating rules against racial discrimination are necessary to “advance true racial and gender equity in this state.” That is, of course, nonsense. It is, in fact, self-refuting nonsense — the fact that the ethnic makeup of California’s state universities does not reflect the ethnic makeup of the state is not an indictment of colorblind university policies but an indictment of the state’s K–12 education system and other institutions. Racial preferences do not create equality — they camouflage inequality.

National Review

Tags: Disruption, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, History, Hypocrisy, Judgment, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Racial Tension, Racism, Reckless, Threat



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