20 September 2017

A Deranged Man Taken Down At Georgia Tech

Deranged Man
When confronted by police officers and given clear instruction to stand-down and surrender, the response is simple – follow it. Those who disobey the order faced the risk of being shot down.

This is exactly what happened to a barefooted, deranged and gender-bending Georgia Tech student during an LGBTQ protest on campus.

18 September 2017

A Great Woman Protected Men's Rights

For several years, male students in the United States were harassed and abused by the Obama-era Title IX policies on how colleges should handle sexual-assault charges.

Fortunately, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos came on board after appointed by President Donald Trump and wasted no time to float completely sensible reforms to the one-sided policy.

16 September 2017

Double Standards On 'Jemele Hill' Case

Jemele Hill
It has become very obvious on how it handled the 'Jemele Hill situation', that ESPN is bias with its employees. Whatever they call it, this much is clear: if ESPN agrees with the political commentary, the reporter is safe. If ESPN does not agree with the political commentary, the reporter will get the axe.

At least that’s the only thing to infer from ESPN's response so far after what they did to Curt Schilling.

14 September 2017

Angelica Hale Marches To The AGT Final Round

Angelica Hale AGT
Fil-American Angelica Hale performed "Without You" for the "America’s Got Talent" semifinals last 12 September.

She may be one of the smallest contestants on season 12 of the show, but she has one of the biggest sets of pipes. The 10-year-old's journey began with a performance of "Rise Up" for her audition. While that try-out was very well-received by the judges, the contestant's status in the NBC competition greatly improved during the Judge Cuts round, when Chris Hardwick awarded Hale the Golden Buzzer advantage. That secured her spot in the Top 36 and led to the aspiring star’s rendition of "Clarity" for the live quarterfinals.

13 September 2017

Canada Has Started Deporting Illegal Aliens

Canada Deportation
Under the radar, Canada silently deported hundreds of people to countries designated too dangerous for civilians, with more than half of those people being sent back to Iraq, according to government data obtained by Reuters.

The spike in deportations comes as Canada faces a record number of migrants and is on track to have the most refugee claims in more than a decade. That has left the country scrambling to cope with the influx of asylum seekers, many crossing the U.S. border illegally.