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Hollywood's identity crisis: Actors, writers and producers
warn of 'reverse racism' in the film industry
which has created a 'toxic' climate
for anyone who is a white, middle-age man
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Posted by zephyrgirl 7/12/2020 8:27:42 AM Post Reply
As the wooden boards are taken down from shopfronts and studio lots grind slowly back to life, Hollywood is basking in an unseasonable heatwave. The famous boulevards shimmer in 40C haze and warm Santa Ana winds fan the Beverly Hills mansions. Shaken by #MeToo, paralysed by Covid-19, the $50 billion film industry is finally emerging from a four-month lockdown – only to find a new and very different world, where tension is rising as surely as the thermometer.
'Who do we call when the murderer wears
the badge?': Massachusetts detective, 30, is fired
over Black Lives Matter post that suggested
people should shoot back at the police
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Posted by zephyrgirl 7/6/2020 11:53:59 AM Post Reply
A Massachusetts police detective has been fired after posting a picture on social media of her niece at a Black Lives Matter event holding a sign that suggested protesters should shoot cops. Rookie Springfield Detective Florissa Fuentes, 30, said she was showing pride in her niece's activism at a late May protest in Atlanta. One of the signs being held at the protest read, 'Who do we call when the murderer wear the badge?'
Harvard grad blames Trump supporters for
being fired from her 'dream job' at Deloitte
after posting a TikTok saying she'd STAB
anyone who said 'All Lives Matter'
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Posted by zephyrgirl 7/2/2020 8:28:42 AM Post Reply
The Harvard graduate who went viral for saying she'd 'stab' anyone who told her 'all lives matter' in a TikTok video has tearfully returned to the video-sharing site to reveal that she's been fired from her dream job at Deloitte. Claira Janover, who graduated in May with a degree in government and psychology, posted a TikTok video this week where she said angrily: 'The next person who has the nerve to tell me All Lives Matter... Imma stab you. 'Imma stab you and while you're bleeding out, imma show you my paper cut and say, "my cut matters too."'
Abandoned bus made famous by 'Into The Wild'
movie is airlifted from the Alaskan wilderness
after increasing numbers of tourists had
to be rescued and two drowned trying
to reach it
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Posted by zephyrgirl 6/19/2020 1:22:02 PM Post Reply
A 1940s-era bus where a 24-year-old adventurer starved to death in the Alaskan wilderness has been removed after tourists died while trying to reach it. A US Army helicopter airlifted the vehicle from the spot just west of the Teklanika River, where it had been left to rust for more than half a century. The bus was made famous by Into The Wild, a book and film that told the story of Chris McCandless' death after he lived inside it for 114 days during the summer of 1992.
Exclusive Videos: Weekend At CHAZ: Here’s
The Latest From Our Reporters On The
Ground In Seattle’s Autonomous Zone
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Posted by zephyrgirl 6/15/2020 11:58:50 AM Post Reply

CAPITOL HILL AUTONOMOUS ZONE (CHAZ) — The residential area in Seattle taken over by protesters and dubbed the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” (CHAZ) may have block party vibes, but it is punctuated with power struggles and infighting. The Daily Caller had reporters on the ground in CHAZ, the roughly six-block neighborhood that has been deemed a cop-free zone by activists. The area includes Seattle Police Department’s East Precinct, which was abandoned before a few cops returned and were “assessing the building” Thursday.   Correction*

PICTURED: Man, 45, struck by a falling
Confederate statue during protests in Virginia
who flatlined twice while on the way to
the hospital and was placed in a coma
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Posted by zephyrgirl 6/13/2020 9:15:30 AM Post Reply
A Virginia man who was struck by a falling Confederate statue during a protest flatlined twice on the way to the hospital and was placed in a coma, according to his wife. Chris Green, 45, of Portsmouth, was one of the hundreds of Virginians who descended onto the streets Wednesday to protest police brutality and the death of George Floyd, an African-American man who died while in police custody. Protesters rallied at the Confederate monument in Olde Towne Portsmouth after the City Council earlier that night put off decisions on potentially removing the statue. Confederate monuments and statues have become targets for protesters
Colorado abortion limits measure qualifies
for Nov. 3 ballot
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Posted by zephyrgirl 6/8/2020 9:20:50 PM Post Reply
DENVER (AP) — Backers of a proposed initiative to ban abortions at 22 weeks in Colorado have collected enough signatures to put the measure on the November ballot, the secretary of state’s office said Monday. The group behind the initiative, Due Date Too Late, collected 153,204 valid voter signatures, more than the 124,632 signatures required, the secretary’s office said. The proposal on what proponents call late-term abortions would make it illegal for anyone to perform an abortion when a fetus is at 22 weeks of gestation or later.
Understanding the Far-Left Threat replies
Posted by zephyrgirl 6/5/2020 8:43:20 AM Post Reply
Former president George W. Bush released a curious statement on Tuesday addressing the riots across the country: It remains a shocking failure that many African Americans, especially young African American men, are harassed and threatened in their own country…. This tragedy, in a long series of similar tragedies, raises a long overdue question: How do we end systemic racism in our society?… The doctrine and habits of racial superiority, which once nearly split our country, still threaten our Union. Bush may have meant well, but his words, being inaccurate, aren’t doing Americans any favors. As Heather Mac Donald wrote recently in City Journal,
On the Other Hand, There’s
Rodney King
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Posted by zephyrgirl 6/4/2020 11:36:48 PM Post Reply
Why is this case the one inciting mass protests? Ninety-nine percent of the country is denouncing the Minneapolis police in the most damnable terms possible over the death of George Floyd. The 99% are demanding that the 1% “hear their voices”? The arrest certainly looks awful. Everything is going along relatively peacefully as Floyd is walked to a police van, then there’s some commotion out of sight of the camera — and suddenly you see Floyd pinned to the ground, an officer’s knee on his neck. How did that happen? One reason some of us are waiting for all the facts is that we suspect the media
'This is really a slap in the face.'
Bitter Meghan complains that Kate Middleton
'snaps her fingers' and gets backing of
the Palace after negative Tatler article,
while she was crucified by the media
and received no support
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Posted by zephyrgirl 6/3/2020 7:50:12 AM Post Reply
Meghan Markle has complained that Kate Middleton 'snaps her fingers' and is quickly backed by the Palace after a negative story, yet when she was crucified by the media she received no support, sources have told DailyMail.com. 'Meghan said Kensington Palace never once came to her defense when she was being shredded by the media. Now Kate gets a bit of negative press, and the Palace comes out in less than 24 hours to rebuke the claims made against her,' a friend said.
'The President is not a dictator': New
York Attorney General says she will go
to court to stop Donald Trump
deploying military to the state but
does he have the legal right?
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Posted by zephyrgirl 6/2/2020 9:44:43 AM Post Reply
New York State's top prosecutor is threatening to sue President Trump if he follows through on his threat to deploy the United States military to put down domestic protests that were sparked by the police-involved killing of George Floyd. 'The President of the United States is not a dictator, and President Trump does not and will not dominate New York state,' Attorney General Letitia James said in a statement on Monday. 'In fact, the president does not have the right to unilaterally deploy US military across American states.'
People living near protests deal with
tear gas, chaos outside their doors
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Posted by zephyrgirl 5/30/2020 8:52:50 AM Post Reply

DENVER  — Families living near site of Denver protests over the death of George Floyd are dealing with the effects even as they try to stay away. “People started screaming and running and then tear gas,” said Jacqulyn Murray who lives just a block from the Capitol Building. Murray and her partner Michael Guzman say the tear gas seeped into their sixth floor apartment Thursday, the first night of the protests. “A lot of tears, stinging in the nose and coughing. We just couldn’t breathe for like 30 seconds,” said Murray. “The moment we opened up the windows, it