Careful with these #MeToo Movements, part 2

Careful with these #MeToo Movements

hollywood-signNowhere in this society has as much to gain as those in Hollywood California in as much as the free advertising given to stars and/or celebrities, let’s face it, through whatever film they are working on or in guarantees these individuals as much talk time as in any other industry. Just the mention of an interview – these folks are being paid for their opinions and hell, why not throw in a photo shoot to boot?

Pressure for the so-called diversity, which according to Heather Mac Donald, is defined reductively by gonads and melanin, is, of course, nothing new.

Mac Donald states that since the 1990s, every mainstream institution has lived in terror of three lethal words “all white males,” an epithet capable of producing paroxysms, or a severe attack or a sudden increase in the intensity of a disease, usually recurring periodically.

Mac Donald asserts that Silicon Valley start-ups and science labs quake before the charge of being all male. The New York Times recently criticized the board of fashion giant H&M for being entirely white. We can assume that the Times would have let loose with a bigger gun had there been no females on the board. However pervasive the diversity imperative was before, the #MeToo movement is going to make the previous three decades look like a golden age of meritocracy.      typewriter

No mainstream institution will hire, promote, or compensate without an exquisite calculation of gender and race ratios. Males in general and white males will have to make a clear very high bar deferring that halcyon moment of gender equity. Please, let us all be reminded that this is an opinion of a female. Regardless of where it is, there will always be mainstream institutions that may try and move into a more comfortable appearance.

Hollywood and the media are already showing the #MeToo effect. Almost everyone who is in that industry can easily remember the diversity issues in 2013s Oscars. At this year’s Oscar awards lunch, the President of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, John Bailey, prefaced his remarks by noting that he was a “75-year-old white man.” Bailey was trying to get ahead of the curve, since if he hadn’t pointed out this “shameful status” feminists crusaders in the press and industry would have done so for him. Witness Natalie Portman’s ridiculous sneer in presenting the 2018 Golden Globe awards: “And here are the all-male nominees.” This type of low brow and pathetic shallow bean counting is now going to become the automatic response to any perceived lack of “diversity” in entertainment. [433]

$_35Naturally, Bailey announced reparations for the Academy’s predominately white male profile: henceforth it would “balance gender, race, ethnicity, and religion” in all its activities and would double its female and minority membership by 2020.

This was not enough. Outside the lunch, the National Hispanic Media Coalition protested the lack of ethnic proportional representation in this year’s Oscar nominations.

There is so much to say about this situation. Perhaps the most concerning for me is in the notion that we may never know who the superior candidates for a position who were passed over. This for sure alerts me of the potential loss of American competitiveness and scientific achievement.

Speaking only for myself, I am getting sick and tired of the unabated funds received for certain roles in Hollywood. I was reading on my Twitter account a statement by Emily Stone where all things considered then she was the highest paid actress. This voluminous comparison goes on and on and on with Betty Davis and Joan Crawford, Jennifer Lawrence, and Emma Stone, or Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts?


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Careful with these #MeToo Movements

Careful with these #MeToo Movements

kgucxcnt_biggerRecently, I was trying in all earnest to learn as much about the #MeToo movement as possible. I believe it is of integrity and respect for one to learn as much about whatever movements as possible. First, any group that is divided by their gender, race, or unspecified determinant in order to assemble and pronounce a movement ought to be listened too or heard. Secondly, whether we want to or not, we are going to hear about the movement, albeit, in a civil and professional environment.

Heather Mac Donald, of the Manhattan Institute, has laid out what she refers to as “The Negative Impact of the #MeToo Movement” and I was fortunate enough to acquire a transcript of a speech she gave at Hillsdale College while serving a two-week teaching residency as a Pullman Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Journalism.

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“Our nation is about to be transformed, thanks to the #MeToo movement. I am not speaking about a cessation of sexual predation in the workplace. If that were the only consequence of #MeToo, the movement would clearly be a force for good. Unfortunately, its effects are going to be more sweeping and destructive. #MeToo is going to unleash a new torrent of gender and race quotas throughout the economy and culture, on the theory that all disparities in employment and institutional representation are due to harassment and bias. (I wish I could agree.) She continues, ‘the resulting distortions of decision-making will be largely invisible; we will usually not know of the superior candidates for a job who were passed over in the drive for gender parity. But the net consequence will be a loss of American competitiveness and scientific achievement.’”

Please believe that I do support Ms. Mac Donald in just about every submission she makes. However, before I continue with her speech which is loaded, I would like to make a few observations that I have accumulated thus far.

I do agree with her assessment of the impact that this movement will have on society. I do not see and/or imagine this movement to be completely positive. There will be devastating consequences for sure, by its very nature. First and foremost, I agree with the torrent of gender and race quotas coming from bias. Furthermore, as she states, we will never know who the superior candidates honestly were. I believe this will be the “coming undone” of the movement.

JenLawIs there anyone else out there who are thinking of the sheer distinction between the numbers? If one were to look at and examine the percentage growth gains of those expected to be the recipients of this windfall including but not limited to immigrants, illegal immigrants, gender disparity claimants, and consider this with racial quotas and pure gender quotas?

Tomorrow we look to make our delve into the overbearing Hollywood and other show business claims.


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Come Clean…all of you!

Come Clean…all of you!

LE5KNZKTWBAUXJE3DCTMUUXEIQFormer President Barack Obama and his administration spent well over $1.5 billion dollars to get a hostage released from being in a place where maybe he belonged. In addition, he assisted in concocting the Iran Plan which I along with anyone else who kept-up with the record knew it was not only a bad deal but disastrous for us in the USA.

When I look at President Trump’s overall record on economic matters, the number of jobs that are available, the low unemployment rate, and the mere fact that most Americans have more money in their hands right now that at any time during the beleaguered Obama administration, it still frustrates me how or why people can hate his as much as they do.

It continually blows my mind when I hear various women and their male counterparts spouting off about how great this man Barack Obama apparently was. Well, if they’d just stop their lips from flapping, like Kamala Harris who defined her own ignorance using her own words in a confirmation hearing. Likewise, Sen. John McCain is doing the same thing with his rubbish about the Iran Plan and No. Korean talks.

Ostensibly, what McCain is unable to realize during his brain tumor espousing is that Barack Obama let five Gitmo detainees walk not free by any means, he paid Iran to boot! And now, anything that can be stated about Beau Bergdahl just getting his own friends and fellow warriors killed whilst being on the runaway hideout for seven years still racks my brain.

Now all of you ladies and men out there who raised a hand in applause for what Michelle Obama had to say at the second United State of Women Summit was in 2016 in Washington. The message behind this second iteration called on women to act (or take action) to support gender equality.


What does this mean?

“I find hope in all of these beautiful young people,” Obama said to the crowd. “That’s why when I was the first lady, whenever I got down or read some bad clips or something happened I was like, ‘Please just put me with some kids. I just need to be with some kids,'” Obama said of finding inspiration in a younger generation. While I find this notion to be inspiring, when I ask, is there ever going to be substance behind this kind of inference?  ↓

“That’s what this is all for,” she said, adding that “because of them we can’t give up. What choice do we have? What future am I passing on to my girls and all our kids if I  wake up and I’m hopeless? There is no use in that. All we have is hope.”↓

Very Nobel Mrs. Obama. Yet, where I’m having my difficulty with this kind of pseudo-caring is that she is not talking about what the problems are and still worse is what↓ these listeners can do to prevent them. She doesn’t even explain what “gender equality” is or how to support it. Furthermore, she espouses how she sees “hope” in the⇐ ‘beautiful young people,’ a cliché I must add that got Barack more than a million hits on Twitter last week when he brought it up.

xlnt brainAnd yes, I do have something to say about that. Whenever either of the Obama’s want something such as campaign fundraising money or the spotlight, count on them making a comment about those younger people in show business who are too busy to know what they are doing, playing to egos that are very large. Go to Twitter and have a look.

In the finale, I have something that I must implore everyone to do. Please look at your own circumstances now, then ask, am I doing better now than I did in 2009 until 2017? I guess what I am asking Democrats, Republicans, younger lesser experienced people and the “seasoned citizen” please let go of your hatred and come to terms with why you are so angry with President Trump. We will heal better and meld better as a nation.


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Now, the so-called “Investigation” is out of control

Now, the so-called “Investigation” is out of control

thinker on thronestandard header writers-tools (1)In what may be one of the most controversial studies of the year, researchers at Skidmore College—clearly triggered by a change in the American Psychological Association (APA) stylebook—sought to quantify the benefits of two spaces after a period at the end of a sentence. After conducting an eye-tracking experiment with 60 Skidmore students, Rebecca L. Johnson, Becky Bui, and Lindsay L. Schmitt found that two spaces at the end of a period slightly improved the processing of text during reading. The research was trumpeted by some press outlets as a vindication of two-spacers’ superiority.

Previous cognitive science research has been divided on the issue. Some research has suggested closer spacing of the beginning of a new sentence may allow a reader to capture more characters in their parafoveal vision—the area of the retina just outside the area of focus, or fovea—and thus start processing the information sooner (though experimental evidence of that was not very strong).

However, coming clearly to my mind is the notion of “thought speed” v. “speech speed” that indicates that most of us do not process what it is that we are thinking yet, our talk or speech literally suffer because of this phenomenon. A lot of experts refer to stuttering as a means of this idiosyncrasy.

I have performed in my past academic pursuits in reading guidance. I believe that everyone needs some assistance in this area. What is reading comprehension such a big indicant on the SAT’s, ACT’s, GRE’s, as well as college admittance tests?

The hyperbole surrounding this double-space or to single space should not be measured or validated in one’s reading speed. Take all the time you want or need to, then explain to me or your audience what the author was trying to convey. (307 words)

→→One additional item for tonight. I believe that if a person goes under investigation mortuary (warrants, subpoena, or otherwise) if the investigation does not assign a definitive purpose, then it is inevitable by the nature of those conducting such an examination that someone will be found guilty of something. It also appears that the rest of the American people agree with my proposition. The Special Counsel Robert Mueller exploration is actually investigating what? (380 words)


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McCain, in new memoir, chides Trump for undermining U.S. values

McCain, in a new memoir, chides Trump for undermining U.S. values

McCainWhy anyone would, or pardon me “Mr. Hero,” could be reading this memoir is shameful.

U.S. Senator John McCain rebukes President Donald Trump in a new memoir, accusing his fellow Republican of failing to uphold U.S. values by showering praise on international “tyrants,” discrediting the media, ignoring human rights and demeaning refugees.

I learned at an early age, Senator McCain, that when I say something, anything for that matter I’d better have proof of what it is that I’m alleging.

“Flattery secures his friendship, criticism his enmity,” wrote McCain in “The Restless Wave,” which he co-authored with longtime aide Mark Salter. This to be sure is not on my purchase or read list.

“It is hard to know what to expect from President Trump, what’s a pose, what’s legitimate,” McCain said in the book that is due to be released on May 22. An advance copy was sent to Reuters by publisher Simon & Schuster.

Hey, guess I didn’t make the must-read list. Just kidding! But all things being equal, it would behoove everyone to consider the source, what the source is saying, and what the source has been saying and effectuating.  Continue reading, click here.


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When is Enough, enough?

When is Enough, enough?

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Robert Mueller

I want to come out and scream it at the top of my lungs! I am no longer able to see the intent of men, even when there are those out there who are doing their jobs. Please allow me to say there are those men in leadership positions who are performing over the reaches of history!

If there is one single thing that the Republican party members can learn from Democrats is this; Get on out there and hire or elect the most dishonest people you can to try and lead a government. Remember, my kind-hearted reader’s not too long ago we had this bombastic clown in the Oval Office named Barack Obama. Here is a man who let a renegade group of zealots form their own caliphate and attempt to crush the decency of the world.

Have you forgotten Mr. “Special Counsel” the beheadings, the murder of Coptic  obama-hillary-benghazi-caskets-300x204Christians without reason, allowing Vladimir Putin invade Ukraine and steal and take whatever he wanted? Perhaps your minds have run amiss with the lowest unemployment rate in history? Or is it the “Cash for Clunkers” that has seemed to have run from your mind.

I am just a man. A God-fearing Christian man. Yet, there are some unconscionable things in life that are hard for me to forget. Taking a hammer to a computer server, bleaching hard drives, wasting over 300,000 emails after you have been told not to. And giving Classified information over to the enemy at will and for-profit for a Foundation that you own. C’mon here people, have I somehow missed the message on doing good things for others?

President Donald Trump is angrily protesting a leaked list of questions that the Justice Department’s special counsel may want to ask him, while at the same time contending the list shows anew there was no crime or collusion with the Russians by his presidential campaign. But the questions suggest that investigators want to focus on collusion and obstruction of justice.

The questions, some 49 in all, were published by The New York Times, which said they were compiled by Trump’s lawyers during negotiations with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators over a possible interview with the president himself. The Times said it got the list from someone “outside Mr. Trump’s legal team.”

If you don’t mind once a special counsel is retained when and how do, we let him g0? Now, it seems to me that it is our money that is retaining this clown and his diligent band of jokesters, but I do feel that this slob has run his course.


When is someone deemed unfireable?

Talk about worn out your welcome – some people never learn. When nothing was done to both Mr. and Mrs. Clinton for their well-documented crimes committed, nothing but wealth has gone to James B. Comey the former director of the FBI and that money is collected illegally, Nancy Pelosi is still saying “F–You” to the hierarchy of leadership and to the American people with her sanctuary bull squat and flying around like crazy on-Air Force jets.

The leak was “so disgraceful,” Trump tweeted on Tuesday. “No questions on Collusion,” he said, “collusion that never existed.” That’s the idea that his presidential campaign collaborated with Russians who were trying to help him to the Oval Office. As for obstruction of the investigation, after he took office, he scoffed, “It would be very hard to obstruct justice for a crime that never happened!” Now please, and obstruction of justice also?

I stand by our current leadership under President Donald Trump. In my life, our nation has never operated as well as it is right now. I believe in my heart of hearts that this bull squat must stop. Robert Mueller is no longer doing a service for my country; therefore, he should step down now and let the decent people in Washington D.C., do their jobs. Soon I will be holding some protest banner a la #Me Too, Black Lives Matter and oh yes, “Make America a Sanctified Nation,” cuz, Illegal immigrants have rights too.



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I left Southern California for a very substantial reason


JerryLet this come as no surprise to anyone reading, I left Southern California for a very substantial reason. As I was concerned the handwriting or B/S was so prevalent that I felt almost being forced out! Nah! Not me, however, I did feel as though I was just a step ahead of those who were moving in and invading the place as the first part of the sun belt.

I felt great with a reasoning that the state was not going to bring me down like it had to so many other veterans. I knew that there was something out there for me, and Whew! did it come my way like gangbusters?

Well enough said about me this article is simply about Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” IMMIGRATION PROTESTScum “Rocketman” Brown. The person is a clown and plays politics like a batt out of nowhere.  California sued the Trump administration Tuesday over its plan to scrap Obama-era auto-emissions standards that would require vehicles to get significantly higher gas mileage by 2025.

Everything that Barack Obama did or tried to do from going full anti-American allowing our nation to become invaded from the “Invasion” people. Brown, I feel is a true obstructionist. Anything that the President is trying to correct from sanctuary cities, Brown, on the other hand, is trying to allow school districts to be run by illegal immigrants.

Money, it’s a gas Grab that cash with both hands and make a stash… Money, it’s a hit Don’t give me that do goody good bullshit
I’m in the high-fidelity first class traveling set
And I think I need a Lear jet

At issue is a move by Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt to roll back 2012 rules aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions. Under those rules, vehicles would have to get 36 miles of real-world driving per gallon (58 kilometers per gallon), about 10 miles (16 kilometers) over the existing standard. What is it with the oxymoron?

The rules were set six years ago when California and the Obama administration agreed to a single national fuel economy standard. Just another little something that old-Barack thought he could get away with – again.

Automakers have likewise argued that the Obama-era rules would cost the industry billions of dollars and raise vehicle prices because of the cost of developing the necessary technology.

EPA representatives did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment on the lawsuit.

California officials say the standards are achievable and the EPA’s effort to repeal them is not based on any new research. They argue the plan violates the federal Clean Air Act and didn’t follow the agency’s own regulations.

California has now sued the Trump administration more than 30 times on topics including immigration and health care policy.

Brown, who has made fighting climate change a core of his policy and political platform,


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said the state’s battles with Washington over climate are the most essential.


“Pollutants coming out of vehicles, out of the tailpipe, does permanent lung damage to children living near well-traveled roads and freeways. This is a fact. The only way we’re going to overcome that is by reducing emissions,” Gov. Jerry Brown said in announcing the lawsuit along with other top whatecerCalifornia Democrats. C’mon man, give it a rest!

As for me all on my own, Gov. Brown, James B. Comey, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Charles Schumer, Kathy Griffin holding Trump’s head with blood, Michelle Wolf Bill Maher, James Fallon, and Alec Baldwin should be sitting and stooking away,





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If an organization does not utilize Checks and Balances, it is Downhill from there…

If an organization does not utilize Checks and Balances, it is Downhill from there…

comey-fox-newsFormer FBI director James Comey insisted in a Fox News interview during the evening he did not violate the law when he had a friend pass on to the media memos of his conversations with President Trump, which had portions that later were determined by the FBI to be classified.

What if anything does this information lend to his credibility, the US Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, who is supposed to be the most feared law-person in America? Moreover, what does this tell any Hillary Clinton supporter who ostensibly has been let go from her email-gate scandal? “Yes, she was negligent and careless, but we determined that she was not able to be prosecuted” …James Comey.

“Special Report” anchor Bret Baier noted that the employment agreement Comey signed with the FBI prohibits the disclosure of any information related to bureau files or acquired by his employment without prior written permission from the FBI.

The Justice Department’s inspector general has opened an investigation into whether seal_of_the_united_states_department_of_justice_svgComey leaked classified information when he disclosed the contents of the memos. A report is expected next month.

Even worse, Comey also insisted he did not exonerate Hillary Clinton in the investigation of her mishandling of classified information well before she was interviewed. And he said he still does not know for a fact that the anti-Trump dossier, with information he once described as “unverified and salacious,” was funded by the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign.

From what I have been able to put together up to this point, is that the anti-Trump dossier was put together by direct colleagues of Comey’s at the FBI in addition to the self-professed spy from England, certainly, the Russians were involved as already admitted to, and paid for through the DNC.

fisaThis anti-Trump dossier should not be confused with the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court is a U.S. federal court established and authorized under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 to oversee requests for surveillance warrants against foreign spies inside the United States and abroad. It is also known in America as the FISA court. We are expecting a full report on this bit of rubbish as well.

Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., chairman of the House Oversight Committee, said later in an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson that he learned from the interview Comey has a “definition of the word leak that no one else has.”


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Following up on History

Following up on History

attorney'sIn my last piece written on April 27, 2018, one or two bits were left out for your amusement and critical thinking skills. Chronically, they are with a whole lot of meaning. One, of course, lends its direction to how often these Korean tactics have been either used or attempted to be put into use.

President Donald Trump and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis spoke on Saturday with their South Korean counterparts after the historic meeting between leaders of the two Koreas, and Trump said “things are going very well” as he prepares for an expected summit with the North’s Kim Jong-un.

Mattis and Defense Minister Song Young-moo said they were committed to “a diplomatic is-2resolution that achieves complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization” of the North, according to the Pentagon’s chief spokeswoman, Dana W. White. Mattis also reaffirmed “the ironclad U.S. commitment” to defend its ally “using the full spectrum of U.S. capabilities.”

This is from the Associated Press (AP) and one would expect such reporting in advance of a historic meeting between Kim Jong-un and President Trump. Trump tweeted Saturday that he had “a long and very good talk” with President Moon Jae-in. He also said he updated Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe, about “the ongoing negotiations” for an anticipated summit with Kim, tentatively scheduled for May or early June.

“It is still unclear whether North Korea still believes that it can have its cake and eat it too,” said Victor Cha, who until January had been in the running to become Trump’s choice for ambassador to South Korea.

eagle with flag design on wingsAt a White House news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday, Trump basked in the afterglow of the meeting between Kim and Moon and said he has a responsibility to try to achieve peace and denuclearization.

This is a clear key for J. William Blakely, my friend and an advisor on matters of foreign policy out of Annapolis Maryland and me. However, what he did advise me on is how President Trump has flown his business and political power since the beginning of the year, 2018.

Blakely says, “things cannot be all that altruistic when in one week he’s courting the President of France around Washington, then at the same time has envoys in North and South Korea and Japan while he is in Washington speaking with Chancellor Angela Merkel from Germany.”

Furthermore claiming, “all of this discussion seems to have its way back to the Iran Plan,” forming quite an alliance to make worldwide changes to the Agreement that former President Barack Obama haphazardly wielded this nation into.

800North Korea has already called a halt to nuclear and long-range missile tests, which has helped dial down tensions significantly.

North Korea was hit with unprecedented economic restrictions during 2017 when the U.S. and North Korean leaders traded threats while Kim pushed his nation to the verge of being able to fire a nuclear-tipped missile at the U.S. mainland.

 Trump said in the Oval Office. “We’re not going to be played, OK. We’re going to hopefully make a deal. The United States in the past has been played like a fiddle.”


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Let History be Made!

Let History be Made!

trump and KenyeFinally, we have entered matters where so many of us have wanted to be for so long. So many of our fathers, grandfathers, grandmothers can easily remember the Battle of Chosin Reservoir, in Korea. Since that time, hundreds of men and women have constantly been stationed in South Korea.

Now, it looks as though with the Creator’s blessing those separated family members and other relatives may be able to be with one another once again. It’s very difficult for me to even grasp the notion of a North or South Korea.

This indeed could be the most significant event in the history of humankind. Get it, hopefully, no nukes, sanctions, a peaceful Kim Jung um and a Korea that is united!

Okay, women are no doubt going crazy because of what Gloria Allred said yesterday (see story below). And it looks as though some folks – yep the ones that matter – are seeing their ways clear of hatred, especially against President Trump. Below is a quote from John Legend from Twitter:

“The defining trait of Trump’s campaign and political profile was his embrace of white supremacy.  He made it clear every time he spoke. Some serious cognitive dissonance to ignore that for the other x% you might find appealing. I guess I agree with >1% of anyone’s thoughts though.”

7:11 PM – Apr 25, 2018

In all sincerity what kind of shit is this? Cognitive dissonance from its founder defines the phenomenon this way:  People tend to seek consistency in their beliefs and perceptions. So, what happens when one of our beliefs conflicts with another previously held belief?

The term cognitive dissonance is used to describe the feelings of discomfort that result 51h4CU8BzBL._AC_US218_from holding two conflicting beliefs. When there is a discrepancy between beliefs and behaviors, something must change to eliminate or reduce the dissonance. How exactly does cognitive dissonance work, and how does it influence how we think and behave?

Festinger’s (1957) cognitive dissonance theory suggests that we have an inner drive to hold all our attitudes and beliefs in harmony and avoid disharmony (or dissonance). Attitudes may change because of factors within the person. A crucial factor here is the principle of cognitive consistency, the focus of Festinger’s theory of cognitive dissonance. This theory starts from the idea that we seek consistency in our beliefs and attitudes in any situation where two cognitions are consistent. Leon Festinger proposed cognitive dissonance theory, which states that a powerful motive to maintain cognitive consistency can give rise to irrational and sometimes maladaptive behavior.

This can be the only manipulation of the phenomenon that John Legend is referring too; albeit, it is a fine disposition to be in. I wonder how the evangelical community wrestled with the notion of legalizing same-sex marriage. Before anyone pounces, even though there is definitive literature that states this action to be wrong, one must ask, who am I to stand in judgment of how or why someone loves another person or with whom they spend their time?

At first it was devastating for me until I learned that maybe these people were on a different plane with their loving; furthermore, one certainly cannot stand in the way of harmony, love, passion or compassion or else their own personal feelings are incorrect.

KanyeNow, if Mr. Kanye West has indeed received some sort of historical reasoning, or nudge from the Divine he should not be held in the condescending parlance. Now as for me, John Legend is one of the most talented as well as accomplished entertainers out there. I would much foster his twitting insofar as it promotes harmony. Isn’t this what singers, rappers, and rock stars or even I write songs about?

“Black people don’t have to be Democrats”—Such an insightful and learned quote by KimChance the Rapper. Moreover, it is felt in academia that is blacks really received historical study they’d most likely lynch democrats. Then the real drawing line is when people call into mental health issues. Which they did without mercy or even conscience. However, Kim Kardashian finally showed her intelligentsia with the following quote:

“When he spoke out about Trump… Most people (including myself) have very different feelings & opinions about this,” Kardashian tweeted. “But this is HIS opinion. I believe in people being able to have their own opinions, even if really different from mine. He never said he agrees with his politics.


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