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    A STEP-MUM has admitted to doing several things that she knows people don't like - including introducing her stepchildren as her own. Megan Davila, who is from the US, shared a video to TikTok alongside the caption: "Happy Mother’s Day to mamas and bonus mummas. 2Megan Davila, who is from the US, revealed the things she does as a stepmum that people don't likeCredit: TikTok/ megandavila7 2The step mum introduces her stepchildren as her ownCredit: TikTok/ megandavila7 "It’s never easy but always worth it. Do what works for you." She then shared a clip and writes: "Things I do as a stepmum that people don't like." Megan proceeds to list a few things that she does that some people may find controversial. Amongst them include: "Don't let kids call each other half or step brother and sister." The stepmum goes on to say how she also doesn't introduce them as her step kids but as her kids. READ MORE ON PARENTINGStep above My stepmum’s only 7 years older and people are creeped out that we look...
    On Wednesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “11th Hour,” author and linguist John McWhorter said that many school districts are teaching a message that “to be white is to be culpable, that the whole American experiment can be argued to have been polluted from the very beginning by the stain of racism, and that the essence of being black is being oppressed.” And that you can’t assert such positions are “default human morality and intelligence and thought” and then “assume that everyone’s going to agree and call them moral perverts if they don’t.” McWhorter said, “What’s going on is that in many school districts, in both private and public schools, there is a general message being taught that to be white is to be culpable, that the whole American experiment can be argued to have been polluted from the very beginning by the stain of racism, and that the essence of being black is being oppressed. A great many people are under the impression that that really is a suitable default education, that teaching kids that particular perspective on things is what an...
    President Donald Trump ranted about the idea of bringing Haitian migrants into the U.S. because “many of those people will probably have AIDS.” Sean Hannity asked Trump Thursday night to contrast his immigration policy with President Joe Biden’s. He effusively praised Trump for the “beautiful wall… with a big door in it” he talked about on the campaign trail. Hannity said he’s pro-immigration, but asked, “Is it wrong to ask for a security check to make sure you don’t have radical associations in the middle of a pandemic? Should be not give preferential treatment to people who don’t respect our law? Should they at least have a covid test? Health check? Is it wrong to say that if we’re going to invite you into our country, we don’t care where you come from, but you’ve got to be able to provide for yourself and you won’t be a financial burder on the American people?” Trump agreed with him and proceeded to rail against the idea of the U.S. welcoming migrants from Haiti: We have hundreds of thousands of people flowing...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki was put on defense during a sit-down interview with 'CBS Mornings' when anchor Gayle King  the Biden administration's 'very bad behavior.'  '[Biden] appears to be under the gun on so many different levels,' King said.  'That's what you do as president - you navigate crises,' Psaki shot back. 'You weather storms and we're certainly doing that right now.'  On the heels of the frenzied Afghanistan withdrawal, Psaki said that President Biden would at the United Nations General Assembly portray a message that 'we're not going to look inward after a 20 year war, we're going to look outward at what is most important to address.'  'Its good to say we're going to look outward but we can't ignore what's happened before,' King said.     'We're still getting hammered for how the withdrawal from Afghanistan happened ... we all agree that's not a good look,' she continued.    'That's what you do as president - you navigate crises,' Jen Psaki, above, said when CBS' Gayle King said that Biden appears to be 'under the gun.' 'You weather...
    (CNN)An extraordinary heat wave is taking shape this weekend, potentially unlike any other the Northwest US has experienced. As temperatures surge into the triple digits, Seattle could feel more like Las Vegas, while Portland could experience Phoenix-level warmth in an area where having air conditioning isn't always the norm. Dozens of heat records -- including some all-time records set decades ago -- are forecast to fall in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, all in the first week of summer."Usually, the hottest time of the year [in Washington] lags a month after the solstice," Rocco Pelatti, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Spokane, told CNN Weather. "July is usually the hottest month; sometimes, it bleeds into August. To have June start out like it has is very concerning."The heat will rise toward uncharted territory in Seattle and Portland. By late weekend, high temperatures could be 25 to 30 degrees above what's normal for this time of year. Seattle's average high in late June is 72 degrees, while Portland typically enjoys 75-degree afternoons this time of year. Forecast models suggest high...
    Bradley Cortright March 15, 2021 0 Comments CNN’s Don Lemon believes that former President Donald Trump debunked his view that Americans were living in a “post-racial” country.  During an appearance on ABC’s “The View” Tuesday, Lemon shared how he believed America had entered into a “post-racial” era before Trump burst onto the political scene. “Donald Trump was a symptom, as we have all been saying,” Lemon said, adding, “Racism and this sort of wackiness has been around forever.” He went on to describe the former president as the “tumor” that “drove into the oncologist’s office so that we could have the problem diagnosed and then excised.” Lemon argued that there “wasn’t much about policy that Donald Trump said, or did, or believed in, or accomplished.” “Mostly what he did do was served to divide the country,” he said. However, there is something else he alleges Trump did. “He also exposed the racism and the original sin of this country, which is slavery and racism and Jim Crow,” Lemon said.  He continued: “We thought that maybe we were in a post-racial era,...
    Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel has offered five health resolutions for 2021 that don't require dieting or marathon workout sessions. The founder of JSHealth, from Sydney, suggested the secret to a lasting, healthy lifestyle is simply by making small yet realistic changes that you can sustain. 'You don't need to kick start 2021 with a juice cleanse, detox or fad diet... A healthy goal involves kindness, balance and joy,' she wrote in her latest blog post. Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel (pictured) has offered five health resolutions for 2021 that don't require dieting or marathon workout sessions 1. COOK MORE Whether you're a pro in the kitchen or an amateur cook, Jessica said cooking more in the New Year can be rewarding. But for those who can't cook, she suggested starting with simple, quick meal recipes, and work your way up from there. 'It doesn't have to be a chore, think of cooking as a chance to fuel your body with nutritious, whole foods that you love,' she explained. 2. GIVE YOUR BODY EXTRA NUTRIENTS Jessica explained why it's so important...
    ROMAN REIGNS has fired shots at former WWE star CM Punk after being asked over a potential dream match. The Big Dog admits he and many others do not like the “Best in the World” and he needs to be “slapped around” a bit. 4Roman Reigns has fired shots at ex-WWE star CM Punk However the current Universal Champion would be willing to do business with Punk. Since his return at SummerSlam last month, Reigns has revealed a much-darker character after aligning himself with Paul Heyman. He also debuted a brand new-look as he brutally destroyed his cousin Jey Uso at Sunday’s Clash of Champions. Speculation has been mounting recently that he is set to face another family at next year’s WrestleMania - the legendary Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. But it was when he was asked on the Loaded Management podcast about a potential showdown with Punk that he Reigns unloaded. 4CM Punk left WWE in 2014 before embarking on a failed UFC career He said: “If it’s something that the fans can get behind and that it can really...
    Democratic National Committee spokeswoman Xochitl Hinojosa groaned on Wednesday that Joe Biden’s campaign needs to keep telling Fox News they have not endorsed the #DefundThePolice movement. In an interview with Fox’s Sandra Smith, Hinojosa was asked to respond to a Wall Street Journal op-ed questioning whether Biden’s running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, will pick a side on the push to defund law enforcement. As Hinojosa hyped up the speech Harris will give for the DNC’s virtual convention, she expressed a degree of exasperation and pointed out that Biden doesn’t agree with the idea of literally abolishing the police. “First of all, the campaign has been very clear when it comes to defunding the police,” she said. “They do not support defunding the police, and I don’t know how many times we have to say that on this network or others, but that is the case.” Hinojosa went on to insist that the rest of the DNC’s convention will be about unity and uplifting America, while the RNC’s convention will consist of “divisiveness and chaos.” Fox News’ hard news...
    The video of George Floyd's fatal arrest has led many to question why the three other officers involved didn't intervene to stop Derek Chauvin from kneeling on his neck. Insider spoke to experts on police culture, including veterans, who explained the norms that empower some officers to use force, and others to let it happen without reporting it. Officers who intervene or report on their fellow cops are often ostracized and have their trustworthiness on the force questioned. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. What many people have found troubling about George Floyd's death is how the three other officers at the scene failed to intervene.  Video of the fatal arrest shows now ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes, while two other officers held down the Black man's back and legs down and a fourth officer stood guard.  Chauvin has been charged with second-degree murder, while the three other officers have been accused of aiding and abetting second-degree murder. Clockwise from top left: Former Minneapolis police officers, Derek Chauvin, Tou...
    As the car market shifts toward electrification, many in the auto industry say diesel's days are numbered.   But new technology and a resurgence in some key segments show it might not be over yet.  Diesel has long been the powertrain of choice for commercial vehicles and heavy machinery of all kinds. But it was once also hailed in many countries as an excellent choice for achieving greater fuel efficiency and lower carbon emissions in ordinary passenger cars. However, diesel's reputation suffered serious blows from concerns over the pollutants diesel engines emit and from the Volkswagen diesel test cheating scandal that rocked the automotive world. Now, many governments and automakers are promoting electric and hybrid vehicles for efficiency, performance and emissions reduction. Yet diesel advocates see opportunity. The industry has stepped up the development of technologies that reduce harmful pollutants. Diesel vehicles now can run either partially or entirely on renewable fuel from organic waste. And diesel powertrains can be used along with electric motors to make diesel hybrids.  Diesel never took off in passenger cars in the United States the way...
    NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A good restaurant tip is gold in this town. New Orleans people covet them, cultivate them, exchange them. But when it comes to one particularly rich vein of restaurant intel, the response by some tells me they aren’t thinking with their bellies, or that maybe the trouble is in their hearts. These are lists of black-owned restaurants that regularly circulate on social media. TOP STORIES Twitter removes Trump campaigns George Floyd tribute Coronavirus hype biggest political hoax in history Biden slams Trump for invoking George Floyd while touting new job numbers Different people make them, post them, copy them and repost them (this one, an interactive map, is particularly good). They’re popular and useful. And the response they invoke from some online commenters is depressingly predictable. There are people who don’t like seeing black-owned restaurants singled out for recognition or support. The ensuing commentary, if we can call it that, registers in tones of scorn and racism. Last summer around Essence Fest, this issue came up once again on the Where Nola Eats Facebook group,...
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