Saturday, January 21, 2017

Street artist targets Hollywood anti-Trumpers with '24' spoof posters



A conservative street artist famous for lampooning liberal Hollywood is celebrating the inauguration of President Donald Trump at an anti-Trump rally Friday in Los Angeles using ◼ faux posters of Fox’s revival of the hit TV show 24.

The artist, who goes by the pseudonym Sabo, is also attacking a bunch of musicians scheduled to perform at an anti-Trump rally, also in Los Angeles....

In Sabo’s version, though, an image of the TV show’s star, Corey Hawkins, has been replaced by one of Trump. The text, “New Day, New Hero” remains, but “24” has been replaced by “45,” a reference to Trump becoming the 45th president of the United States. The word “legacy” is replaced by “MAGA,” a reference to Trump’s campaign slogan, "Make America Great Again.”

...He sells his right-leaning artwork ◼ at his website.

Israeli president invites Donald Trump to visit Jerusalem

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More protests: #WomensMarch



























"We're going to hold the press accountable."















Riots gain attention while protests send a message. On the right, the Tea Party helped build a movement that swept Republicans into power. For the left, this display's more likely to spark backlash, if it does anything at all.





On Friday thousands of protestors gathered in Washington, D.C. to protest the peaceful transition of power from one democratically-elected president to another. And it got ugly quickly.

...But while the media certainly gave them plenty of attention, the protestors probably won't win much sympathy....

When words failed them though, protestors turned to rioting. Wearing black face masks, they smashed the windows of Starbucks, Bank of America, and a Bobby Van's steakhouse a few blocks from Capitol Hill. Private business didn't suffer all the damage, though. Suddenly enemies of public transport, liberal rioters trashed at least one bus stop—an indicator of the aimlessness of the whole thing.

These protests can best be described as the opposite of the Tea Party movement....

Riots gain attention while protests send a message. On the right, the Tea Party helped build a movement that swept Republicans into power. For the left, this display's more likely to spark backlash, if it does anything at all.

After @realDonaldTrump read this story in the @washingtonpost by @jjouvenal - watch who he invited backstage today.



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Donald Trump and the return of optimism



VIDEO: Lakes, rivers and a meadow during drought years compared to January 2017

Friday, January 20, 2017

The 45th President of the United States of America, Donald Trump













Trump directs federal agencies to waive Obamacare "burdens," announces regulatory freeze in first executive orders







Reducing the regulatory burden on American industries was a central component of Trump's populist campaign, and Friday's executive order suggests the new Republican president is serious about taking steps to fulfill that promise during the first few days of his administration.

First Lady of Fashion: Melania Trump Stuns At Inaugural Ball































This is what America rejected on November 8th!























ISIS Destroys Ancient Roman Amphitheatre in Palmyra



Apparently, killing people doesn't suffice in ISIS' eyes, which is why the extremists have now turned their "loving attention" to Palmyra's ancient history. To most Westerners, destroying an ancient amphitheater doesn't make sense. Sadly it does to ISIS. The amphitheater is, in ISIS' mind, a relic of Syria's non-Islamic past. That part of history has to be destroyed so Syria can be 100 percent Islamic.