DOGTON ABBEY SAVED BY CAT When Fafoon, the famously kidnapped ransom raising cat was returned last year after saving the Beast´s web site, she was already a world famous feline. Myra La Vine became her press agent. There was Oprah, Vegas, meowing gigs (voice over for Meow-Mix) an all-animal Broadway show. (No, not CATS). Upon hearing her mentor´s family was in trouble she offered
her furry fortune to make up for what loyal Ldotters did not have time to offer and the deed was done. The picture you see
here is the celebration of Lady Esme´s wedding to the local mailman who, without Fafoon´s generosity would not have happened..
He does not work on Saturdays. It´s a class thing. Tomorrow, a message from our heroine, Fafoon (her history here) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7y6RZwdGxQ The fireworks cost a bit. There´s still time. http://lucianne.com/contributions
Welcome to Breitbart News’s live updates of 2016 election. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will finally face off one-on-one for the first time tonight at Hofstra University at tonight’s much-anticipated presidential debate. Stay tuned for pre-game, in-game, and post-game coverage.
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A month ago, just after Colin Kaepernick´s protest against racial injustice hit the mainstream, the 49ers quarterback was told by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to leave the country. Clearly, Trump did not approve of Kaepernick´s decision to kneel during the national anthem. On Tuesday, a day after the first presidential debate between Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, Kaepernick responded to those remarks. He called Trump´s comment "ignorant" and criticized Trump´s campaign slogan, "Make America great again." According to Kaepernick, that slogan should read, "Let´s make America great for the first time." "That´s a very ignorant statement that if you
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.- Constant interruption. A condescending tone. Eye-rolling. For many women, the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was a case study in deja vu. For more than 90 minutes on a national stage, they said Tuesday, Trump subjected the first female presidential candidate from a major party to indignities they experience from men daily, in the workplace and beyond. Tweeted Chicago-based writer Britt Julious: "Thoughts & prayers to every woman watching the #debates & getting painful flashbacks to dudes talking over them at work, school, home, etc." "The sad thing," said Christina Emery, an author from
A United Nations-affiliated group in Geneva is calling for the U.S. to give African Americans reparations for the country?s history of slavery, according to a recent report by the group. The group?s statement was part of a study by the United Nations? Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent, a group that reports to the international organization?s High Commissioner on Human Rights, The Washington Post reported. The group of experts, made up of leading human rights lawyers from around the world, presented its findings about the link between the U.S.?s history of slavery and present injustices, such as
CNN awarded Hillary Clinton an overwhelming victory in the first presidential debate - but most snap polls show Trump emerged victorious. Trump and Clinton tangled over the economy, her use of a private mail server and his unwillingness to release his income tax returns on Monday night. They engaged in a vigorous back-and-forth on the debate stage at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, as polls showed them locked in a tight race. However, after the debate´s end, polls conducted by a number of media websites showed their readers felt the real estate mogul came out on top. Trump acknowledged
When Donald Trump began his improbable run for president 15 months ago, he offered his wealth and television celebrity as credentials, then slyly added a twist of fearmongering about Mexican “rapists” flooding across the Southern border. From that moment of combustion, it became clear that Mr. Trump’s views were matters of dangerous impulse and cynical pandering rather than thoughtful politics. Yet he has attracted throngs of Americans who ascribe higher purpose to him than he has demonstrated in a freewheeling campaign marked by bursts of false and outrageous allegations, personal insults, xenophobic nationalism, unapologetic sexism and positions that shift according to