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I'm a traditional housewife and I love
spending hours cooking and cleaning for
my husband - I'm subservient to him, but
in a 'healthy' way

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Posted By: Imright, 2/24/2023 9:27:03 PM

A self-proclaimed 'traditional housewife' who spends six hours a day cooking and cleaning and celebrates being subservient to her husband says it's 'her choice' and 'the way she likes it.' Estee Williams (pictured), 25, from Richmond, Virginia, has dubbed herself a 'trad-wife' and spends her days tending to the home while her husband, Conner, 23, an electrician, goes to work as the family bread-winner. But far from resembling The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Estee says she leads a 'humble' existence and is 'subservient' to her husband but 'in a healthy biblical way.' While Estee stays at home baking bread, cooking meals from scratch, cleaning, and learning to sew

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Northcross 2/24/2023 9:56:42 PM (No. 1411207)
Sorry, honey, that is no longer allowed. - Feminazis of Virginia Coalition.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Daisymay 2/24/2023 10:01:09 PM (No. 1411213)
I can't wait to read this thread!!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: stablemoney 2/24/2023 10:04:04 PM (No. 1411217)
Men have traditionally built businesses. Women have built families. That made America a strong country!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: DVC 2/24/2023 10:18:23 PM (No. 1411231)
Good for her.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: SALady 2/24/2023 10:21:51 PM (No. 1411234)
I thought femi-nazis were all about women having "choices". I guess that is OK as long as your choice is to kill your unborn baby. Then you are a femi-nazi hero. But if you decide to have a traditional Bible-based marriage, and that makes you happy and fulfilled, you are evil, and a weak-will slave, in the eyes of femi-nazi's everywhere!!!! God bless this couple and grant them many years of happiness together!!!!!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Quigley 2/24/2023 10:25:24 PM (No. 1411236)
The Dim Hate Organization will soon be attacking her.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Evocatus 2/24/2023 10:41:07 PM (No. 1411243)
The Daily Mail was too cowardly to allow direct comments on their website for their story.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Connor 2/24/2023 10:49:01 PM (No. 1411248)
That was my mother's lifestyle and they were very happy. I would have liked it but we couldn't afford it. So I worked as a legal secy until retiring and was miserable. Very stressful but paid well.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Catherine 2/24/2023 11:12:31 PM (No. 1411254)
Stopped reading at "....six hours a day" cooking and cleaning. What on earth does she cook? Does she have a microwave? And cleaning - if you clean daily all you should need to do is touch ups. If she's happy doing all this, good for her, but a lot of women won't go for it.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Venturer 2/24/2023 11:20:44 PM (No. 1411256)
I worked a full time job and had part time jobs to allow my wife to stay at home for my children. She was not subservient, she had a voice in everything we did. She was called a lot to get other women's kids out of school when they were sick and they had no mother home. She was and is a beautiful lovely woman and we celebrate our 62nd anniversary in June.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: thewarden 2/24/2023 11:26:33 PM (No. 1411258)
I quit the corporate world a month before our son was born. No way I was going to leave my son with a babysitter or in childcare. We waited until we were able to work it out. I stayed home and did all the typical mom things—volunteered at his school, ran the book fair, ran the Scout den, all of it. And, I loved every moment. I worked part time when he went to high school to finance his orthodontics and then worked 4 hours/6 days a week for some fun money and to replenish the coffers. He never suffered from neglect. I also homeschooled him for the two years of middle school. Best days of my life. I am old fashioned and I won’t apologize—things were better when one parent stayed home. Period.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Italiano 2/24/2023 11:40:36 PM (No. 1411265)
Good for you, Estee. Better take cover.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: thefield 2/25/2023 12:12:38 AM (No. 1411273)
For all those who made it work. I salute you.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: DVC 2/25/2023 12:16:57 AM (No. 1411275)
Re#9, you can't be serious. A microwave reheats leftovers, or heats up preprocessed junk. Other that doing a few bacon strips, halfway as a stunt, I've never seen anyone cook anything real in a microwave. Reheat...frequently, some frozen veggies can work, too. She cooks real meals, from game meats that her husband has hunted. I bake bread, cakes, brownies and cookies regularly, and I'm a guy. Nothing makes a house smell better than rising and baking bread. She says she avoids overly processed foods...thats smart, and ffurther pushes off the microwave.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: janjan 2/25/2023 12:31:28 AM (No. 1411277)
The most interesting part of this story is how people seem to care enough how these people live to write/read an article to talk about it.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Catherine 2/25/2023 12:49:36 AM (No. 1411280)
Well # 14, I just microwaved potatoes in the microwave, from scratch. (A few minutes on each side and it's done.) My aunt used to make her roux, a southern gravy base, in her microwave. You can also cook eggs, from scratch. Creative cooks can do almost anything in them. My sister's in-laws even cooked a whole turkey one Thanksgiving. After it was cooked, they did put it in the oven to brown. So yeah, you can do a lot with a microwave.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: chumley 2/25/2023 1:40:06 AM (No. 1411283)
What a wonderful girl. Why did we ever get away from that? We as a society were stronger, healthier and happier, and future generations more likely to be raised to be human. Now all we have are screwed up kids, people going into old age lonely and poor, and middle aged people humiliating themselves trying to find love decades after the good ones with no baggage have already been taken. No thanks. I'll stick with my tradwife.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Timber Queen 2/25/2023 2:20:50 AM (No. 1411287)
Estee is the harbinger of the new counter-culture; the backlash to the radical feminism that killed womanhood. Phyllis Schlafly was a prophetess, and metaphorically burned at the stake by the enemedia. Sixty years on, the granddaughters of that same feminist vanguard are longing for the world so selfishly destroyed by their fore-mothers. They are the second generation to live the destruction of the family. They know what it is like to live in two "homes"; to have two bedrooms, two families, two routines. Those are the "lucky" ones who get to know their "other" parent. They have siblings from different mothers/fathers and step combinations; and you don't want to get into cousins! Depending upon the number of marriages and co-habitations, the number of former and "step" families can be daunting. Complications can include moves into other states or across the country to accommodate a parent's new spouse. When one also considers the influences of personal technology and the constant influence of social/news media; it was only a matter of time before a conservative social counter-culture would emerge against the Height Ashbury/Woodstock on Peyote carnival of evil that has overtaken our government, educational and cultural institutions. I believe there are many more Estee and Conner's out there, and many more in the making. In our small parish we have several young stay-at-home mothers dedicated to raising their children, and young husbands who like their wife making a home for their family, instead of just extra money. The feminists howled that women in the home were wasting their time! They could be making money! They could have power! These survivors of the Feminist Revolution saw their grandmothers and mothers enslaved by their Daybooks and Iphones; the extra money was spent on career clothes, food out, baby-sitters, cars/gas; their power was in corporate committees but it cost them their marriage. Yes, the traditional lifestyle of husband and wife, breadwinner and homemaker is very appealing to the third generation wanting a better life for their children. God bless Conner and Estee, and may their children and their children's children bless them.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: jayjeti 2/25/2023 2:46:54 AM (No. 1411290)
And people should be free to make choices like Estee has, Freedom loving Americans agree; it's the liberal/Marxist left who are all about control and making you think and do like them.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: judy 2/25/2023 3:22:59 AM (No. 1411294)
It's a woman choice ..some love to stay home ..some prefer to work. ...some have no choice. I grew up when women stayed home... it was a different world. All I can say is was nice coming home knowing my Mom was always there, she always cooked us a hot breakfast, packed our lunches, had a hot supper, took us to church 3 times a week, taught us to pay our bills before you eat, if you want it work for it, loved & respected my Dad & never complained.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Sully 2/25/2023 3:40:31 AM (No. 1411296)
Um Estee here is smokin hot and if that's their arrangement so be it. He makes the dough, she "subservients" him. Whatever that means. But where are the children ? The "traditional " wife had a peck of children that kept her busy all day. And the husband didn't get "subserved" periodically as a result. We had a stay home mom for 20 years while our kids were growing. Yes she cooked but I cleaned the kitchen. No one was subservient to anybody. IDC what people do. But the lifestyle described is not traditional outside of Real Housewives of Mayberry.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: planetgeo 2/25/2023 4:25:02 AM (No. 1411300)
The destruction of a country begins with the destruction of the family. No offense intended for the millions of women who chose to work, or had to work to help support their families, but there is nothing like the traditional nuclear family to develop and maintain stability, values, and emotionally well-developed kids. Absolutely nothing compares to a loving mother at the center of a loving home. No child care center, baby sitters, or now the mind-numbing, zombie-creating iPads/iPhones starting at 3 or 4 years old can reliably raise stable kids, and a healthy society. And the results of decades of the no-parent-at-home family are self evident now. God bless those couples who still find a way to somehow maintain a traditional home. And God bless the country that values that.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: mifla 2/25/2023 5:21:35 AM (No. 1411311)
A husband and wife on the same page. Does not matter what anyone else thinks.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 2/25/2023 5:34:43 AM (No. 1411317)
Let's face it -- no wife is really subservient. But I get her point, they have separation of powers. It has been seen to work elsewhere.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: DCGIRL 2/25/2023 5:51:23 AM (No. 1411328)
What ever floats her boat. I had to work when my son was young. My husband and I broke up. I loved doing the things around my house but I had to put on my dark suit and pursue my professional career for my son and I to survive. I wish her luck and hope she never have to turn those pretty dresses in for one of those dark suits. Either way, life is not easy for us females.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Kitty Myers 2/25/2023 6:00:46 AM (No. 1411330)
Estee Williams sounds like Marabel Morgan. In 1973, Marabel Morgan wrote a book called "The Total Woman: How to Make Your Marriage Come Alive" which has sold over 10 million copies.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Adam 2/25/2023 7:23:40 AM (No. 1411359)
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Adam 2/25/2023 7:35:11 AM (No. 1411366)
I guarantee GUARANTEE that her critics have never had a successful relationship in their lives
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Reply 29 - Posted by: franq 2/25/2023 7:42:37 AM (No. 1411371)
The dual-career, have-it-all, power couple who raise normal children is a myth. Praise God my wife was able to stay at home. We smilingly call those the "Lean Years". She was disposing of old records and we came across a bank statement from the '80s - about 14 bucks in the savings account and we were getting penalized 50 cents a month.... We lived paycheck to paycheck.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: markhooton 2/25/2023 7:49:43 AM (No. 1411380)
OK, I came here because I didnt see any comments on the DM page (one comment below said they were not allowed. Never seen that happen). So, as a man who is a Christian and whose first wife was a stay at home mom for years, I am troubled that most of her pictures are seem to really show off her figure. Look at her face; she is very good with the camera. I'm sorry, I don't see a modest housewife here, I see someone who likes to show herself to others. Maybe I am wrong, but I would think there are other ways to show her (and her husband) that better depict a happy marriage with her as a "housewife" than the ones they show. Maybe the DM gave her no choice; maybe she is looking at the camera and telling the readers "look at how pretty I am and I am happy to be a subservient wife. Anyway, we have several couples like this at church (maybe not as pretty) and I admire the effort in this tough world. Anyway, didnt mean to be a cynic, but I couldn't help it.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: anniebc 2/25/2023 7:56:44 AM (No. 1411389)
That's how I started out as a wife and mother.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: NancyD 2/25/2023 8:05:11 AM (No. 1411394)
I worked until I gave birth to our first child, two more followed 15 months later. I never regretted staying home, making dinner, cleaning, volunteering a lot when they started Catholic school, I saw a need and filled it. The majority of my friends I made did the same thing. Our youngest son got married this last Fall and they had the traditional vows at their wedding. They were explained during the ceremony so liberals could understand, and I’m not kidding! The vows mean they will Both put each other first. It’s a good thing. BTW, I cook from scratch, nothing from a box. I’m also a great short order cook, hysterical!
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Reply 33 - Posted by: ARKfamily 2/25/2023 8:09:43 AM (No. 1411396)
Wow, #9. You asked the question: "What on earth does she cook?" Have you made meals from scratch? I was one of those stay-at-home moms. The only times I went back to work was to help out when my husband's salary was reduced (1x) or laid off (2x) with the intent of getting back on our feet. Guess what? The first year of putting our child through college, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. It has turned my eating habits upside down. I cannot eat foods that are soy filled and let me tell you everything is soy filled so now I make many things from scratch. It is time consuming and going out to eat is a rarity as most restaurants use soybean oil. Cheaper but is a GMO. I applaud this woman - you can tell she loves what she does! We now have women in universities promoting the "independent" woman and being a traditional wife and mother is boring. My take on all of this: if you are using the gifts and talents that God has given you and doing His will, the more power and strength for you to do it. He will give you what you need at the right time!
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Reply 34 - Posted by: msjena 2/25/2023 8:44:57 AM (No. 1411416)
To each her own.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: cjjeepercreeper 2/25/2023 9:33:54 AM (No. 1411443)
Donna Reed!
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Reply 36 - Posted by: gop_guys 2/25/2023 9:48:06 AM (No. 1411453)
A master electrician makes a lot of money. If he is hard working with his own company, he can easily become a millionaire. He provides sweet thing with whatever she wants. Bet they’re in church every Sunday.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: Rumblehog 2/25/2023 10:17:40 AM (No. 1411487)
We started our family after I got my first job after university, and Mrs. Rumblehog could not have been happier being a stay-at-home mom, and I, the bread-winner, was ultra pleased to make it possible. It was amazing how many "power-couple" wives on our block found it easy to "lean" on my wife to be their baby-sitter during the work day, as they went off to jobs in banking, etc. She became livid once when a dual-income, you can have it all neighbor wife asked my wife if she would be for hire as her new day-care for her son, then topped it off with, "since you don't do anything during the day." To this day it amazes me that my wife didn't smack her a few times as she escorted her and her Neanderthal kid out of our happy home.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: LadyVet 2/25/2023 11:11:23 AM (No. 1411543)
#10 and #37 point out how working moms impose on stay-at-home moms. I observed this many times, watching my friends take care of neighborhood kids. I have to say, those women were saints. They were fully aware of the adult's selfishness, but felt it was important to be kind and set a good example to the children. Thanks to the many hard-working men who supported those tender, loving moms. You helped many a child other than your own.
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Reply 39 - Posted by: Strike3 2/25/2023 11:15:36 AM (No. 1411552)
Okay, what's the catch?
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Reply 40 - Posted by: farmwife 2/25/2023 12:15:05 PM (No. 1411619)
Marriage is meant to be a partnership with each partner contributing as needed. I really don't have the talent to do the things my husband does and he's hopeless in the kitchen. We raised four kids together and for the most part I was able to be home. I wasn't doing 'nothing' in those years but the kids were my primary focus, not necessarily cooking and cleaning. (Our house was messy sometimes and we had frozen pizza from time to time.) But we worked together for our family, whatever it took. Sometimes it was hard. And fun.
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Reply 41 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 2/25/2023 1:09:15 PM (No. 1411684)
I remember the fury of the feminazis back in the 1970's when they found out that so many of us were choosing the traditional life of a wife and mother. Oh boy were they angry, and you could just feel the hatred wafting from the newspaper pages when the articles appeared. I salute all the young women who choose this life path for themselves. They won't regret it. They contribute more to their nation's cultural survival than the Leftist feminazis will ever do.
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Reply 42 - Posted by: earlybird 2/25/2023 1:51:48 PM (No. 1411713)
This is a fake, staged stunt, IMO.
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Reply 43 - Posted by: judy 2/25/2023 1:57:14 PM (No. 1411725)
It's takes getting old to appreciate your parents...When you're young you don't notice. They had 13 kids, plus 2 adoptions, plus always volunteering to help in the church & other needy people. Wow I was so fortunate to have christian parents who were go giving. I sure wish I would have said thank you for being so giving & unselfish. If you have parents thank them Now!!! Marriage is all about equal respect. If takes two to make it work!
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Reply 44 - Posted by: earlybird 2/25/2023 2:05:10 PM (No. 1411731)
She is part of something called “Tradwife’ … big on Instagram and TikTok. Her most featured parts are really big. When does she find time to have all those photos/videos taken?
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Reply 45 - Posted by: AntiStatist 2/25/2023 2:08:59 PM (No. 1411736)
This is what we need more of.
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Reply 46 - Posted by: Kitty Myers 2/25/2023 7:31:31 PM (No. 1411881)
#30 wrote: "I am troubled that most of her pictures are seem to really show off her figure." Too many of them were closeups of her ... chest.
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Cody Nobles hopes to study environmental science or marine biology at a college on a shoreline town, where he can observe ocean life firsthand. But after his native Florida adopted legislation restricting LGBTQ rights, Nobles, who is gay, is planning to find a similar environment in a different political climate. The 19-year-old says he wouldn't have to worry as much about discrimination or even physical assault in California. But after his native Florida adopted legislation restricting LGBTQ rights, Nobles, who is gay, is planning to find a similar environment in a different political climate. The 19-year-old says he wouldn't have to worry as much about discrimination or even physical assault in California.
Joe Biden is 'unlikely' to attend King
Charles' coronation due to Ireland trip
- despite promising to 'continue a close
friendship with the King'
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Posted by Imright 3/5/2023 2:48:24 AM Post Reply
It is unlikely President Joe Biden will attend King Charles' coronation in May, a source said. A source told the Telegraph that it was 'unlikely' that Biden, 80, would attend the May 6 coronation as he is expected to make a trip to Ireland for the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement just a few weeks prior. Biden has promised to 'continue a close friendship with the King and the Queen Consort,' and a source said he will be 'represented at the Coronation,' although it is unclear who will be in attendance at the moment.
EXCLUSIVE: Alexander Vindman Secretly
Pitching Ukrainian Military for Millions
in Defense Contracts
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Posted by WhamDBambam 3/4/2023 6:48:14 AM Post Reply
Documents recently obtained by Human Events show that Alexander Vindman has been pitching the government of Ukraine to obtain lucrative defense contracts. In August 2022, Vindman, operating as CEO of Trident Support, pitched a deck on a Ukraine Weapons Systems Sustainment Center to address problems with Ukraine's weapons management, namely readiness, repair, and maintenance. Vindman proposed that for $12 million in initial funding, his company Trident Support would bring support closer to the front lines by providing a logistical midpoint from which equipment could be distributed.
'Greater Idaho' movement to absorb rural
Oregon counties 'bad for the country,'
top Dem warns
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Posted by Moritz55 3/5/2023 7:28:59 AM Post Reply
A campaign to have rural eastern Oregon secede from the blue state and join more conservative Idaho has "virtually no chance" of becoming a reality, according to Idaho's top state Senate Democrat. "I'm very pleased this measure has virtually no chance of advancing into reality," Idaho Senate Minority Leader Melissa Wintrow, D, told Fox News Digital. "It would be bad for all involved and bad for the country, and I am opposed to it at all levels." Wintrow was referring to a resolution making its way through the Idaho Legislature that wouldn't move the Idaho-Oregon border but rather call for formal talks between the states' legislatures about relocating the boundary line.
Sanders: Taking More than 50% of Income
Through Taxes Is ‘Absolutely’ Fair
for Some
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Posted by Imright 3/4/2023 5:58:20 PM Post Reply
On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) stated that taking more than half of someone’s income through taxes is “absolutely” fair for some earners. Host Bill Maher asked, “I hear you all the time say, the rich don’t pay their fair share. Now, maybe that’s true of those three guys you mentioned [Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and Jeff Bezos], they are pretty rich. But, I guess I’m not very rich, but I pay more than half. California is 13.3% and the federal is 37% for people who make over 250k…and then there [are] the state and local and property taxes.
'Report' Finds Resumes That Include 'They/Them'
Are More Likely to be Overlooked
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Posted by Hazymac 3/4/2023 4:57:32 PM Post Reply
A report from finds that there is discrimination against “non-binary” people. At least, non-binary people believe there is discrimination. “Over 80% of nonbinary people believe that identifying as nonbinary would hurt their job search,” the report finds. Also, 51% believe their gender identity has “affected their workplace experience.” sent out two identical “phantom” resumes to “180 unique job postings that were explicitly open to entry-level candidates” in an effort to test “whether or not the inclusion of gender-neutral pronouns impacts how employers perceive resumes.”
Attorney General Merrick Garland makes
unannounced trip to Ukraine
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Posted by Dreadnought 3/4/2023 12:22:19 AM Post Reply
Attorney General Merrick Garland made an unannounced trip to Ukraine on Friday, according to a Justice Department official, his second trip to the country after Russia invaded a little more than a year ago. The trip was not announced for security reasons, the official said. Garland was invited to Lviv by the Ukrainian prosecutor general, the official said, and joined President Volodymyr Zelensky at the "United for Justice Conference." The official added that Garland "held several meetings and reaffirmed our determination to hold Russia accountable for crimes committed in its unjust and unprovoked invasion against its sovereign neighbor."
Massive gas tanker crashes in Maryland
and EXPLODES into fireball killing the
driver and setting local residents' homes
ablaze as large plumes of black smoke
and embers billow from crash site
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Posted by Imright 3/4/2023 8:00:38 PM Post Reply
An apocalyptic scene has unfolded in Frederick, Maryland where an overturned gas tanker exploded into a massive fireball killing the driver and setting nearby homes and cars alight. Hazmat teams have responded to the incident along with emergency crews with reports of a 'burning smell' filling the area. Footage filmed by residents, some of whom were seen gawking nearby the huge blaze, shows large plumes of black smoke, ash and embers billowing from the crash site. Maryland State Police said the crash took place on Route 15 in Maryland and the driver of the tanker died in the incident. There were no other fatalities or injuries immediately reported.
WATCH: Schumer Threatens Fox, Says He
Has 'Right' To Tell Them 'What to Do'
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Posted by ladydawgfan 3/4/2023 1:30:09 AM Post Reply
We’ve seen that Democrats don’t seem to understand some of the basic principles of the Constitution. Or perhaps, more accurately, don’t seem to care about complying with it. We’ve also seen that they don’t understand that Joe Biden isn’t king. He doesn’t get to declare, by unilateral fiat, the cancellation of student debt. That’s not within his Constitutional power, no matter what Democratic politicians may think. But they wanted to do it to pay off their base for their votes. So, they threw a tantrum on the steps of the Supreme Court. All they understand is that they should get to do what they want to hold onto their control.
Alex Murdaugh shaves head for new mugshot
after receiving double life sentence for
murder of wife, son
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Posted by Imright 3/4/2023 2:18:34 AM Post Reply
Convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh shaved his head for his newest mugshot, hours after he was handed two consecutive life sentences for killing his wife and son. The disgraced former lawyer, who kept his distinctive red hair for most of his murder trial, stares coldly ahead while wearing a yellow jumpsuit in the latest mugshot, snapped after he was booked Friday at South Carolina’s Kirkland Reception and Evaluation Center. He will remain in a single cell for the next 45 days at the Columbia facility — which is a maximum-security, level-three prison for male offenders, Fox News reported.
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