How long has it been since Harvey Weinstein was first accused of sexual assault? Two weekes? It hasn’t been that long now we have 19 more powerful men who have been accused of sexual misconduct. If even one is true then we as a society cannot say this is an issue that should be swepped under the rug.
If you want to learn more about what they were accused of read below I have something to google. 19. Actor Ben Affleck.
18. Head of Amazon studios Roy Price.
17. Bob Weinstein. Yes related to Harvey.
16. Former editor of the New Republic Leon Wieseltier.
15. Celebrity chef John Besh.
14. Director James Toback.
13. Vox person Lockhart Steele.
12. Tech figure Robert Scoble.
11. Nickelodeon creator of The Loud House Chris Savino.
10. magician David Blaine.
9. director ROMAN Polanski.
8. Rapper R. Kelly.
7. Former Crystal Castles bandmate Ethan Kath.
6. Marilyn Manson’s bassist Twiggy Ramirez.
5. George H.W. Bush.
4. Desiner Gianni Versace.
3. MSNBC contributor Mark Halperin.
2. E! News correspondent Ken Baker.
1. Director Rick Najera.
“19 powerful men accused of sexual misconduct in the wake of Harvey Weinstein. Business Insider”
Per the ap:
1. GOP RESPONDS TO DIGRUNTLED SENATORS Most Republican lawmakers rally around Trump and his agenda, with one all but saying “good riddance” to Jeff Flake and Bob Corker. 2. HOW TAX PLAN IS PLAYING ACROSS US Most Americans say they believe Trump’s tax overhaul would benefit the wealthy and corporations, according to an AP-NORC poll. 3. TRUMP ADMINISTRATION SETS NEW FLIGHT RULES All incoming flights to the United States will be subject to new security screening procedures before takeoff. 4. AID FINALLY TRICKLING DOWN TO REAL PEOPLE Nearly a year after Congress approved an extraordinary $1 billion to tackle the opioid crisis, the money is gradually reaching places where it can do some good. 5. WHICH INSURANCE COSTS ARE GOING UP An independent analysis finds that premiums for the most popular health plans under “Obamacare” will rise by an average 34 percent next year. 6. ‘NO OTHER OPTION’ The vice president of Catalonia tells the AP that Spanish authorities have left the region’s separatist government no choice but secession. 7. NIKKI HALEY EVACUATED FROM UN CAMP The ambassador is flown by helicopter from the camp for displaced people in South Sudan because of a volatile demonstration against the country’s president. 8. WHO’S CONFUSING POLITICS WATCHERS Joe Biden hasn’t decided to run for president in 2020. But he’s decided that he’s “not going to decide not to run.” 9. FATS DOMINO DEAD AT 89 The amiable rock ‘n’ roll pioneer’s steady, pounding piano and easy baritone helped change popular music while honoring the traditions of New Orleans, his hometown. 10. NEW HOTBED FOR ‘BEAUTIFUL GAME’ Atlanta United, averaging 48,200 fans a game, has been a shining star amid a year of intense disappointment for American soccer.
A look at what is trending this morning from the AP.
Per the ap:
“1. WHAT US OFFICIALS ARE PREPPING TILLERSON FOR AP learns they are preparing a recommendation for the secretary of state to declare that “ethnic cleansing” is occurring against Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims. 2. MORE THAN JUST LUNCH Trump will dine with GOP senators on Capitol Hill this afternoon as congressional Republicans turn their focus to overhauling the tax code. 3. GHOSTS OF VIETNAM STIRRING AS TRUMP’S ASIA TRIP LOOMS Sen. John McCain, a former POW after his plane was shot down in Vietnam, put an unwelcome spotlight on the president’s five draft deferments to avoid military service. Latest videos Now Playing: Now Playing Woman Sweats Blood In Bizarre Medical Case GeoBeats Kelly Says He Was ‘Stunned’ To Learn Congresswoman Listened In On Trump’s Call With Soldier’s Widow GeoBeats Raw: Whale Flounders in Marseille Harbor AP The Mansion Murders, Episode 3: The Welder Fox5DC President Trump Tweets Tom Marino is Out as Pick For Drug Czar Buzz60 A Huge Wi-Fi Security Flaw Could Allow Hackers To Listen In On You Buzz60 It’s Near Impossible to Prevent Identity Theft Cheddar BREAKING: Trump Signs Executive Order on Health Care Cheddar Why Trump Curses TMTime Man’s threats prompt schools to shelter in place WCVB Raw Video: Canyon 2 fire in Anaheim Hills LATimes What’s Next in the Las Vegas Shooting Investigation Cheddar Las Vegas hospitals are asking for blood donations Wibbitz Six deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history Wibbitz 4. CHINA LIFTS XI’S STATUS TO MOST POWERFUL LEADER IN DECADES By inserting his name and dogma into the party’s constitution, it tightens his grip over the country while pursuing a muscular foreign policy and military expansion. 5. WOMEN ON TRIAL VISIT SCENE OF ATTACK ON KIM JONG NAM The judge and legal teams for both sides tour the inside of Kuala Lumpur’s airport to give the court a better perspective of events as they unfolded. 6. WASHINGTONIANS UP IN ARMS ABOUT ONLY-IN-DC PHENOMENON A string of former embassies and diplomatic buildings whose governments have essentially abandoned them raise the ire of residents and politicians. 7. WHY TRUMP’S COMMENTS CONCERN BERGDAHL JUDGE A military judge is weighing the public perception of military justice after the president’s criticism of the Army sergeant convicted of deserting his comrades in Afghanistan in 2009. 8. WATCHDOG: CLIMATE CHANGE COSTING AMERICAN TAXPAYERS BILLIONS Those costs expected to rise as devastating storms, floods, wildfires and droughts become more frequent, a Government Accountability Office report finds. 9. SAUDIS HOST MAJOR INVESTMENT CONFERENCE The gathering comes amid low oil prices, pressures from a growing population, fledgling reforms and regional unrest. 10. WELCOME TO THE REAL LATE SHOW With so many trips to the pitching mound for discussions, the average time of a nine-inning baseball game is 3 hours, 32 minutes during the postseason – up 18 minutes since 2015.
After reading this article from the ap you’ll be in the know.
1. TRUMP VOWS ‘NO CHANGE’ TO 401(K) TAX INCENTIVES The president shoots down a GOP plan to raise federal revenue by taxing retirement fund earnings. 2. JOINT CHIEFS CHAIRMAN DISCUSSES DEADLY NIGER AMBUSH Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford says four U.S. soldiers died in a “difficult firefight” in the Western African nation, but he offers few details. 3. ‘THEY CAME INTO TOWN WITH A HIT LIST’ In retreat, Islamic State militants slaughter at least 70 civilians in the Syrian town of Qaryatayn, villagers say. Latest videos Now Playing: Now Playing Woman Sweats Blood In Bizarre Medical Case GeoBeats Kelly Says He Was ‘Stunned’ To Learn Congresswoman Listened In On Trump’s Call With Soldier’s Widow GeoBeats Raw: Whale Flounders in Marseille Harbor AP The Mansion Murders, Episode 3: The Welder Fox5DC President Trump Tweets Tom Marino is Out as Pick For Drug Czar Buzz60 A Huge Wi-Fi Security Flaw Could Allow Hackers To Listen In On You Buzz60 It’s Near Impossible to Prevent Identity Theft Cheddar BREAKING: Trump Signs Executive Order on Health Care Cheddar Why Trump Curses TMTime Man’s threats prompt schools to shelter in place WCVB Raw Video: Canyon 2 fire in Anaheim Hills LATimes What’s Next in the Las Vegas Shooting Investigation Cheddar Las Vegas hospitals are asking for blood donations Wibbitz Six deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history Wibbitz 4. VIETNAM-ERA ARMY MEDIC RECEIVES MEDAL OF HONOR Capt. Gary Rose (Ret.) is honored for giving critical medical aid to fellow soldiers engaged in a four-day firefight during the Vietnam War in 1970. 5. WHO LAUNCHES PROBE INTO WEINSTEIN CO. The New York AG announces a civil rights investigation into the film studio following sexual harassment and assault allegations against co-founder Harvey Weinstein. 6. HOW SEA-LEVEL RISE THREATENS NYC Within the next three decades, floods that used to strike Manhattan once every 500 years could occur every five years, due to climate change, a new study finds. 7. WHY KANSAS MAN’S DOUBLE MURDER CONVICTION IS THROWN OUT Lamonte McIntyre, 41, is exonerated of the 1994 deaths after accusations arise over a detective’s abuse of power. 8. SUITORS LINE UP FOR SECOND AMAZON HQ Over 200 cities and regions in the U.S., Mexico and Canada enter the race to become the online retailer’s second home, which promises 50,000 new jobs. 9. SATIRICAL ‘ASK A MEXICAN’ COLUMN SAYS ADIOS The column, which began appearing in alternative weeklies in 2004, drew national attention for fielding submissions about Mexican immigrants and Mexican Americans. 10. FRESH TALENT FILLS WORLD SERIES Houston’s youthful infield duo of Carlos Correa and Jose Altuve face L.A.’s tantalizing trio of Cody Bellinger, Corey Seager and Chris Taylor.
Here are the three things that are the most irritable ever.
3. no one can give you a strait answer on the phone after you were on hold for an hour. a. Yes it happened to me.
2. Thinking that a contracter would show up today but didn’t. a. I was on the schedule if I can read my planner you can too! 1.
1. WHAT TRUMP CALLS TILLERSON’S NKOREA TALKS The U.S. secretary of state is “wasting his time” trying to negotiate with Pyongyang over its nuclear and missile programs, the president says. 2. TRUMP SLAMS CRITICS OF PUERTO RICO RESPONSE The president brushes off “politically motivated ingrates” after he’s blamed for providing insufficient aid to Puerto Rico, which is suffering from widespread devastation after Hurricane Maria. 3. SPANISH POLICE INJURE OVER 800 DURING CATALONIA VOTE Riot police armed with truncheons and rubber bullets attack peaceful protesters and voters as a referendum on independence is approved.
4. FEWER NFL PLAYERS PROTEST DURING NATIONAL ANTHEM Many players stand for the national anthem – with some exceptions – a week after President Trump provoked them in a series of tweets. 5. OVER 140,000 FLEE VOLCANO THREAT Hundreds of earthquakes each day signal an eruption could soon hit Mount Agung on the island of Bali in Indonesia. 6. HIGH COURT SET TO DEBATE REDISTRICTING In its new term, the Supreme Court will consider cases on gerrymandering, worker rights, gay marriage and other highly charged issues. 7. HOW TOP ADVISER PORTRAYS TRUMP TAX PLAN Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says Trump’s goal is to boost jobs and lower taxes for the middle class with the tax cuts that critics say would benefit the wealthiest Americans. 8. WHO’S OUT OF JAIL O.J. Simpson is freed from prison in the dead of night after serving nine years for armed robbery. 9. ‘IT’ KNOCKS OFF TOM CRUISE AT BOX OFFICE The horror film returns to No. 1 with $17.3 million, edging out the crime drama “American Made.” 10. WHERE POT GUMMY BEARS ARE NOW ILLEGAL Colorado bans edible marijuana products shaped like animals, people and fruit that kids could mistake for candy.
I say 100% because if you have never done any of these things you are odd.
Per the Huffington post: On June 14, 1923, or Flag Day, a federal code was put in place that would serve as a guideline for how to handle the American flag. There are several sections in the code about proper national anthem conduct, how to display the flag, and yes, even how to respect the flag.
The code does state that everyone should stand at attention facing the flag during the national anthem, but standing or kneeling isn’t actually covered in the respect portion of the code.
So, here are several things we have all done but we didn’t know they were disrespecting the flag.
1. “The flag should never be used as wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery. It should never be festooned, drawn back, nor up, in folds, but always allowed to fall free. ht huffington post So, that american flag button you have on is disrespecting the flag.
2. “The flag should never be carried flat or horizontally, but always aloft and free. ht huffington post If you hold the flag flat then you are disrespecting the flag.
3. “The flag should never have placed upon it, nor on any part of it, nor attached to it any mark, insignia, letter, word, figure, design, picture, or drawing of any nature. ht huffington post I have no idea if people do this but it is disrespectful.
4. “It should not be embroidered on such articles as cushions or handkerchiefs and the like, printed or otherwise impressed on paper napkins or boxes or anything that is designed for temporary use and discard. ht huffington post So, the flag related swag you get at the party store is against the law.
5. “The flag should never be used for advertising purposes in any manner whatsoever. ht huffington post I think I have seen this on tv before.
6. “No part of the flag should ever be used as a costume or athletic uniform. However, a flag patch may be affixed to the uniform of military personnel, firemen, policemen, and members of patriotic organizations. ht huffington post. I don’t know if team USA uniforms are disrespecting the flag. I don’t think so.