Meet fashion maven Lynn Yaeger who criticized Melania Trump’s high heels…

Vogue magazine writer Lynn Yaeger piled on the media criticism of Melania Trump on Tuesday for “wearing a pair of towering pointy-toed snakeskin heels” while she headed out to survey the disaster in Texas.

The writer of the anti-Trump piece said she spotted a photo of the first lady leaving the White House — and launched into a rant about Mrs. Trump’s choice of shoes for boarding Air Force One.

Yaeger began her piece with a verbal eye-roll: “Oh, Melania.”

She continued with a reference to the first lady’s “plagiarizing Michelle Obama in her convention speech” and her hypocrisy in marrying “the greatest cyberbully” — while making a platform of crusading against bullying. “And now this!” wrote Yaeger.

Lets meet Lynn:

 

Ready?

 

Here is what Adriennes Corner came up with and by the way, wander over for a great read as she dissects Melania’s misdeeds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H/T: Lifezette

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CNN gets scorched when asking flood victim how they feel!

 Here we go. “How do you feel” question doesn’t go so well for this flood victim. Here is the blurb:
Houston flood victim scorches CNN reporter for her coverage in raw exchange. A Houston, Texas, woman who was one among thousands seeking refuge from Hurricane Harvey had harsh words for a CNN crew broadcasting live from the area to interview displaced residents arriving at the shelter.

Olympics Will Allow Transgender Competitors for 2018 Winter Games

 

I wonder when the left will take it one bridge too far. It puts all Progressive women in a bind. All for tranny rights, but competing in sports? I have been amazed when talking to bright intelligent women that they find no risk in having so called trans boys/men going into girls and women’s locker rooms. I suggest that the Olympics might do it as these hybrids take the Gold from women in women’s competition.

Congress passes warrantless searches, only five members opposed it.

We have this from Zero Hedge that has received little coverage. It requires a sharp eye to catch it, but there it is. Only five members of the House voted against this bill and was signed by Trump. The Senate voted approval as well, though I have not found the vote. Process in the Senate: Didn’t anyone read it? UPDATE: Read in the Senate three times and passed by unanimous consent.

A bill that will allow homes to be searched without a warrant was passed with overwhelming support by the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Trump—and it happened with no media coverage and very little fanfare.

This is not the first time Congress has quietly passed a bill that will take away some of the most basic rights from law-abiding citizens in the U.S., and it won’t be the last. One of the most important things to remember about this legislation is that it was ignored by the media, and while it may only affect the Washington D.C. metro area now, it could be laying the blueprint for future legislation across the country.

On the surface, House Joint Resolution 76 looks harmless. The title of the bill claims that its purpose is Granting the consent and approval of Congress for the Commonwealth of Virginia, the State of Maryland, and the District of Columbia to enter into a compact relating to the establishment of the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission.”

One has to read closely. Including without limitation.

The proposal for a safety commission to act as a wing of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority may sound logical, when its power includes thing such as the ability to Adopt, revise, and distribute a written State Safety Oversight Program” and to “Review, approve, oversee, and enforce the adoption and implementation of WMATA’s Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan.”

However, there is one major red flag buried within the text of the bill that stems from the list of “powers” given to the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission, and it violates one of the basic tenets of the U.S. Constitution.

“In performing its duties, the Commission, through its Board or designated employees or agents, may:Enter upon the WMATA Rail System and, upon reasonable notice and a finding by the chief executive officer that a need exists, upon any lands, waters, and premises adjacent to the WMATA Rail System, including, without limitation, property owned or occupied by the federal government, for the purpose of making inspections, investigations, examinations, and testing as the Commission may deem necessary to carry out the purposes of this MSC Compact, and such entry shall not be deemed a trespass.”

Sunday Respite – Sometimes a Prayer Will Do

This seemed to be an appropriate selection when so many are feeling so much pain. Prayers for all those who have suffered losses and who now face additional challenges.

Performed by Tracey Campbell/Ensemble Animato/Grosser Earth-Choir for “Hymns & Prayers” concert 02/05/14. Written by Secret Garden. Orchestration/choir arrangement by Ed Blunt.

Excusing Leftist Hatred – SPLC

Guest post by Mustang.

What is the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)?  They were founded in the early 1970s by two Alabama lawyers by the names of Morris Dees and Joseph Levin.  Levin managed the SPLC for its initial few years, while Morris Dees was irrevocably convinced that America is a racist nation and needs his guiding hand to lead us into the light.  As psychotic as that sounds, it only gets worse.  The operating methodology of SPLC is to launch expensive lawsuits against fringe organizations, such as the KKK (Founded by a Democrat, of course) and others, at about the time when hardly anyone ever heard of these organizations.  Those who had heard of them repudiated them; their memberships were almost in single-digits.  In suddenly getting a lot of attention from the leftist media, the SPLC became the white knight of American race relations –well, er … maybe that’s not such a good analogy.

Since its beginning, SPLC made a transition to monitoring hate groups, committed to fighting hate and bigotry.  No one in America is exempt from such monitoring, except possibly the hate groups on the left, which insofar as I can tell, represents the mainstream of the progressive movement.  Let’s pause to review organizations monitored by the SPLC:

SPLC Groups Monitored

The interesting part is that most of these groups herald their beginnings from the Democratic Party … you know, the same group that used to hang uppity Negroes, beat the crap out of homosexuals for entertainment purposes, burn down black churches, and celebrate the birthday of Adolf Hitler by dressing up in SS uniforms.  I should also mention that a clear majority of these monitored groups only exist at a letter drop box and an internet website —which makes monitoring “pig simple.” In essence then, the founders and managers of the SPLC have made a business out of “monitoring hate groups,” and they do this for profit even if they have to make up hate groups to add to their curricula vitae.

Personally, I’ve always viewed the SPLC as a terrorist group; I don’t understand why they are not under scrutiny by the federal agencies … but then, I’m still trying to figure out why Barack Obama is not classified as a terrorist, as well.  Certainly, everyone who suffered from Arab Spring thinks of him as such.  And if the SPLC is not a terrorist organization, which is to say having direct ties to terrorist activities, then they most certainly are indirectly linked because they “enable” and “encourage” terrorist activities by the nimrods they seek to protect: Black Lives Matter (advocating the assassination of police officers), Code Pink (setting off bombs near military recruitment centers), CAIR (tied to Hamas and Hezbollah), MSA (Moslem Student Association), and ISNA (Islamic Society of North America) (also connected to the Moslem Brotherhood, a Sufi-Islam terror group)

But the truth is that SPLC is part of the vast lie about conservative values, and when these are repeated often enough, most leftists (which is to say, individuals’ incapable of thinking for themselves) accept the lies as an unmitigated truth.

Are there any “haters” on the right?  Of course, there are … but they are fringe groups composed to seriously demented persons and they do not represent mainstream conservatives.  In contrast, the leftist politics of hatred is fundamental … it’s been with the left since the French Revolution, and it’s getting worse every single day.  Unlike the fringe right, leftist hatred exists in the American mainstream (placed there, and maintained by an adamantly biased media).  To people such as the standard CNN line-up, hatred is only a fault if it exists on the right.

Pelosi warns Little Red Riding Hood – ‘Don’t go to the theatre, no one can warn you’

Warning to Little Red Riding Hood  – don’t go to the theatre. Ok. I exaggerated. What she said was:

Nancy Pelosi: “The constitution does not say that a person can yell wolf in a crowded theater”

 

And we should worry about the Donald having a grip?

The Hat Tip goes to Steve over at America’s Watchtower

Nancy Pelosi: You can’t yell wolf in a crowded theater

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