Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Adam Campbell

Adam Campbell
Adam Campbell is a former military brat, who grew up all over the world--but considers Milwaukee, WI, where he and his wife currently live, to be his home. He enjoys reporting the real news, without bias.

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Florida resident Gregg Dunay is a proud Trump supporter who attended multiple rallies in the state and even traveled to Washington D.C. to watch Donald Trump’s inauguration.

He never suspected that a simple “Make American Great Again” bumper sticker would land him in the hospital.

But that’s exactly what happened.

When stopped at a traffic light, an African American man, ran across five lanes of traffic to blind side Dunay, after shouting “F—k Trump!”

Police from Kenneth City have released photos of the man and his vehicle, which was parked at a nearby gas station.

Should this be considered a hat crime? Comment below.

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The son of Kim Jong-nam, the murdered brother of North Korean Dictator, Kim Jong-un, has posted a video on YouTube confirming that his father was “killed” and he was safe (for now) with his mother and sister.

The video, made Kim Han Sol who has been given the nickname “Han Solo”, makes no request but can be seen as a call for help against the murderous North Korean leader.

Han remains calm as he expresses his appreciation from an unknown source for their protection.

If Donald Trump were to offer asylum to Kim Jong-nam and his family, it would at the least, keep this family alive and at best, offer hope to 25 million North Koreans citizens under an iron rule.

Watch the brief video below and provide your thoughts below.

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Stephen Colbert can’t help himself.

While President Trump works to deliver on his campaign promises, we can all admit that he is . . . at the least . . . entertaining to watch.

Stephen Colbert highlighted the lighter side of serious issues as he followed Trump’s twitter feed over the weekend.

Watch above.

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Former presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders is stepping up as the only liberal to take on President Trump on the issues, rather then rhetoric.

While congressional leaders of the left continue to ride many false narratives from racism to Russia, Bernie Sanders responded to Trump’s first official speech with an address of his own.

Published on YouTube, the 14 minute talk has already garnered 1.6 million views.

Sanders was known as the outsider candidate for the nomination of the Democrat Party, however, he was thwarted by what many say as corruption of the nomination process by DNC insiders and Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

Sanders, a self-professed “democratic socialist” still maintains a strong following of (wrong-headed) supporters and as Hillary hides in the woods of Chappaqua, New York, Bernie continues the fight for socialist.

Watch his address above (if you have 14 minutes of your life to waste).

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To combat rising labor costs in the fast food industry, Wendy’s is adding 1,000 new robot order takers that will create fewer minimum wage jobs.

The machines are designed to help speed up efficiency during peak hours and to reduce labor costs.

David Trimm, Wendy’s CIO said, “With the demand we are seeing… we can absolutely see our way to having 1,000 or more in restaurants live with kiosks by the end of the year.”

Trimm suggested that a typical Wendy’s location could get three robot kiosks for around $15,000. Trimm went on to estimate that each franchise would see a positive return on the machines in less than two years due to the increased sales and savings to labor costs.

There are some people who want to boycott Wendy’s and the new robot machines.

If the new robot trend continues in the fast food industry, future minimum wage workers could be paid $15 an hour to fix the robots. That would be ironic wouldn’t it?

Thoughts? Comment below.

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Former president George W. Bush remained silent during the Obama years and only spoke up a few times to help his brother Jeb’s floundering campaign.

Bush is out promoting a new book and sat down with Matt Lauer from NBC for the first time in a long time.

Bush was asked about the division in America and he said one of the main problems is the media.

“When I was president, you (NBC) mattered a lot more, because there were like, three of you.”

Bush went on to describe that people are being “bombarded” with information and people use anonymous sources. “It’s a different world.”

When asked about Trump, Bush said that it’s “only been a month. He has four years.”

“Power can be very addictive and it is important for the media to call people account for their power.”

Bush says that the independent press is very important and needed in our democracy, but that we don’t really have it right now.

See the full interview below.

George Bush is selling his new book, “Portraits of Courage” that uses his love for painting to tell the stories of some amazing wounded warriors.

After Bush spoke to Matt Lauer, he was joined on stage with several of the brave service men and women who are featured in the book.

Bush is staying out of the political spotlight and doing his best to help wounded warriors, and that is something that everyone can respect.

Thoughts? Comment below.

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Students at the University of Michigan have decided that white people need to be excluded from certain areas of campus.

An activist group named “Students4Justice” is demanding that school officials create a segregated space to plot their white resistance.

According to the College Fix, the group is demanding “a permanent designated space on central campus for black students and students of color to organize and do social justice work.”

The request comes at a time when the University is building at $10 million dollar multicultural center in the middle of campus. The multicultural center was a demand of the Black Student Union during campus protests in 2014.

Now they want more than to learn about different cultures. Now they want segregation.

If any other student union or group asked to have a safe space and keep black people out then it would be called racism. How is this not racism?

There is a growing hate toward “white” people on campuses around America.

Last year a student group from Claremont McKenna College created a “safe space” for students of color. (Note this publication previously reported that Claremont McKenna College created a safe space for non-whites, however it was a university sanctioned student group that made their office space available).

A black woman got in the face of a white student claiming that his dreadlocks were racist and “cultural appropriation”.

Colleges and Universities are supposed to be places where we educate and grow the future, but if the above examples images of our future then we are in real trouble.

Thoughts? Comment below.

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Don Lemon

Don Lemon had four guests on a segment discussing the first 100 days in Donald Trump until one guest called the story fake news.

Don tried to defend his network, but instead couldn’t handle his story being called fake news and he abruptly end the segment and walks off. Even after he says he will let his guest explain his stance.

See the exchange below.

This isn’t the first time that Don Lemmon has been embarrassed on live TV. During a live broadcast from Ferguson, Don displayed his complete lack of understanding in the gun debate.

This is the same trustworthy reporter that got drunk on live television and got his ear pierced on New Year’s Eve.

See the video with Mark Dice’s hilarious commentary.

Don Lemon is clearly not handling people calling CNN fake news well, but he isn’t doing too well job either.

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Before Lady Gaga took the stage on Sunday night for the Super Bowl halftime show, anxiety levels among conservatives were high with the expectation that the liberal performer would politicize her time in front of millions.

The concern was not unwarranted given Hollywood’s time hogging during awards speeches in order to bash President Trump and his policies.

But to the surprise of many, Lady Gaga, aside from one known lyric, was nearly apolitical, and arguably patriotic in her performance before the unwashed masses.

The lyric in question, from her song, “Born This Way” included the line, “no matter gay, straight, or bi, lesbian, transgendered . . .” wasn’t anything new as the song has been on repeat since its release in 2011.

While the lack of outrage in her performance raised some eyebrows among some in her fan base, even Out Magazine praised the performance as “light, upbeat and positive.”

For the controversy plagued National Football League, Gaga’s performance was a two-fer. Not only did the singer not cause any embarrassment to the league, the performance was reportedly free with costs only related to the production of the show. Lady Gaga supposedly was paid $0.

Despite the near-apolitical performance, Democrats read between lines in Gaga’s high-flying act to see what they thought were “hat tips” to their side.

Lady Gaga’s opening of “This Land is Your Land” was seen as clear support for Democrats as Nancy Pelosi has been singing it at her events.

Others saw the opposite in her performance:

Regardless of politics, it appears Lady Gaga has done what no one else has been able to do – entertain the nation without overtly taking sides.

Comment below.

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Is Starbucks bring people down with its meddling?

Starbuck’s outgoing CEO can’t help himself.

Howard Schultz has already resigned from the coffee retailer and will be stepping down in April of this year.

Schultz, a Hillary Clinton supporter who was “shocked” by Donald Trump’s victory, has made a point of publically opposing the new president’s policies through the use of Starbuck’s internal policies.

Over the weekend, Schultz announced his plan to have Starbucks hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years.

The announcement was in direct response to President Trump’s temporary travel bans for non-citizens from known terrorist nations.

On Sunday, Schultz released a statement announcing the plan while writing, “We are living in an unprecedented time, one in which we are witness to the conscience of our country, and the promise of the American Dream, being called into question.”

Starbuck’s stock price is down .8% in today’s trading after a recent loss of over 5%.

Comment below.


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