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Hillary Supporter Asks For Time To Get Over Election… Prof Gives BRUTAL 7 Word Reply

“We are raising a generation of crybabies who can’t handle life.”

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Across the country, it was rumored that some professors were allowing their distraught students to skip class or miss assignments because Donald Trump won instead of Hillary Clinton. One student at Colorado State University must have heard about these rumors, because they tried to pull it on their professor. But he did not get the response that he expected.

“The election of the most evil hateful person to ever run for president has me very upset and I need time to process it all and get centered,” the student wrote. You can read his full message below:

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The professor wasn’t having it, though. The student was schooled with a brutal seven word response: “In accordance with the grading rubric, late posts will not be awarded full points.” Ouch.

The professor spoke with the Independent Journal Review about the situation. “Students need to realize that we live in a republic where majority rules. That means that the person you voted for doesn’t always win, but you have to just deal with it. Colleges and professors who baby their students because they’re upset over the election are not doing them any favors. Throwing a tantrum or becoming a basket case when life doesn’t go your way is not how adults behave,” she said. “I can’t imagine what these students will do once they enter the workforce and have a difficult boss or a challenging project, or have personal setbacks. We are raising a generation of crybabies who can’t handle life, and if they don’t get it together I’m very worried for the future of this country.”

It’s about time someone had some common sense to dole out for these pampered cry-baby college students. We need more college professors like this one.

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After Months Of Rumors, Bill Clinton Just Made Shocking Admission About Hillary And She’s LIVID

No one saw THIS coming!

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Multiple sources are now saying that former President Bill “BJ” Clinton and his wife, Crooked Hillary Clinton are not speaking to each other after a heated argument over her election book after the former President threw a manuscript in the trash after Hillary ignored his multiple petitions advising her not to publish it.

Apparently, Bill had re-pinned the book before it was sent out to the publisher in an attempt to at least try to improve it and make it readable, but since Hillary decided to scrap his notes, he flew into a rage and they haven’t spoken since.

Sources close to the former first couple say Bill told Hillary the book made her look bewildered, angry and confused, and that those were poor qualities in a person who aspired to be a world leader. Apparently, he also hated the title because he felt calling the book ‘What Happened’ would only serve to make people say, ‘You lost,” or as many of us on the right say “Trump Happened!” So he urged her to postpone the publish date and rewrite the book with his added observations and notes, but she yelled at him and said, ‘The book is finished and that’s how it’s going to be published,” as she threw away his notes. Say what you will about Bubba Clinton, but he’s a lot smarter than his wife. I guess that’s why he has gotten away with so many crimes during his lifetime.

The Guardian Reports:

Clinton takes on Trump, Putin and misogyny as fans flock to book tour

Half a mile from the White House, where Hillary Clinton expected to return in January, she slouched into an olive green armchair for another round of what she has likened to “therapy”.

Had it not been for her stunning loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 election, she would be taking her place this week with world leaders at the United Nations general assembly. Instead, Clinton was speaking at the Warner Theatre at the start of a 15-city book tour to promote What Happened, a 469-page memoir that dissects her doomed presidential campaign.

As Trump, the first president with no previous political or military experience, sat around a table with US allies in Manhattan, the former secretary of state pointedly refused to say if she preferred her former opponent to Vladimir Putin.

“I have to take that under advisement,” she said when asked to choose between Trump and the Russian president, before stating matter-of-factly: “I ran against both of them.”

The crowd erupted into supportive applause, as it did several times when Clinton skewered Russian interference in the election – a cloud that has loomed over Washington amid investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Moscow.

While discussing the hacking of emails of both the Democratic National Committee and her former campaign chairman, John Podesta, Clinton declared: “I hate the word ‘hacked’. They were stolen – they were stolen by the Russians.”

Tickets for Clinton’s event sold out within a matter of minutes, bringing the theater to its full capacity of 1,847 seats amid chandeliers, ornate gold panels and velvet curtains.

Loyal supporters were in a jubilant mood as they lined up more than an hour before the event’s start time. Many were the young women who had pinned their hopes on Clinton at long last breaking what she referred to, in her 2008 concession speech, as “that highest, hardest glass ceiling”.

One young woman at the lobby bar, who donned a Clinton campaign shirt that read “A woman’s place is in the White House”, said: “I think I’ll order a prosecco. This is a celebration.”

Clinton entered the room to a standing ovation from the audience, which included some of her campaign staff. She smiled broadly and waved. The event was the biggest ever sponsored by the local Politics and Prose bookstore, whose co-owner Lissa Muscatine served as Clinton’s chief speechwriter at the state department and the White House.

Friendly in its overall tone, the discussion centered on many of the thematic elements of Clinton’s book, from the proliferation of fake news and Russia to sexism and the media’s focus on style over substance.

“I ended up not censoring my thoughts,” Clinton said. “I will admit I censored some of my original language.”

As with Clinton’s book, the mood wavered from lighthearted to serious, blending candid confessions from the campaign trail with lessons learned “to make sure that ‘what happened’ doesn’t happen again”.

“If we don’t get people to vote … we’re not going to turn this around,” Clinton said, while advising the Democratic party to embrace a platform of “both economic justice and social justice”.

“I don’t buy this false dichotomy: you can only be for the economy [or] you can only be for civil rights.”

Clinton has previously criticized her top rival in the Democratic primary, Senator Bernie Sanders, for making unrealistic economic promises. She made no reference to Sanders on Monday night, but when Muscatine mentioned his name, some members of the audience booed and hissed.

Clinton also reflected on the extent to which misogyny swayed the election, a topic she largely avoided as a candidate but has been far more vocal about since her defeat in November.

Republicans “just have a hard time thinking about a woman in the White House”, she said, while noting success made men more likable but by contrast made women more unlikable.

“When a woman runs, she has to work extra hard to convince other women she can do the job she is running for,” Clinton said.

Expressing concern that Trump’s victory had given rise to bigotry and prejudice, Clinton urged the audience to “be the kind of rebuke to those that want to divide us and undermine us”.

“I view this book as much about resilience as running for president,” she said. “It’s critical that people have a sustained commitment to taking our country back.”

The US capital, where Clinton won more than 90% of the vote, was always guaranteed to offer a warm welcome. Danielle Guessford, 28, a government contractor, said afterwards: “She’s awesome, still trying to fight and stand up for what’s right.”

Asked if Clinton should run again in 2020, Guessford replied: “Of course. But I’d like Barack Obama even better.”

Wow, Clinton calls out Trump and Putin on their so-called “misogyny” but not even one mention of Harvey Weinstein and his decades of rape and molestation in Hollywood. That’s what a $250k donation gets you in Clinton World folks!

Don’t you all just love it when Liberals fight like this? Hillary Clinton was the worst presidential candidate in US history. Which is not an easy label to achieve after Walter Mondale was beaten by President Ronald Reagan in 49 of 50 states. The 2016 election was Hillary’s to lose, and that she did. She lost badly and in humiliating fashion. Maybe the Democrats should have known considering a nobody with an Islamic name was able to beat her in the primaries back in 2008.

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24-Hrs After Melania Shows Up At UN, Everyone Sees Secret Message She Hid In Her Outfit Entire Time

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The political world is getting more and more ridiculous each day. This time we are seeing a catfight in the making.

It seems our First Lady Melania Trump is excellent at dropping political smackdowns against her husband’s enemies without actually ever saying a word. She drops them by just wearing certain items of clothing. Yesterday at the U.N. was no exception.

Melania arrived along with President Trump in a stunning gray and white plaid pantsuit that has everyone talking and racing to buy.

But what makes this even better is the fact that we all still remember who initially made the pantsuit famous in the political world. Yup, Crooked Hillary Clinton.

As it turns out Melania knows how to pick the right outfit that will turn heads and catch attention. Although many of us would probably agree it’s not the clothes but the person wearing them that makes them shine.

When Hillary Clinton wore this she made the pantsuit look like a cross between something Kim Jong-Un would wear to a costume party and just a plain sack of potatoes.

This isn’t the first time Melania Trump has pulled a great stunt like this.

If you all recall just days before the second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was to take place, a video surfaced in which the now President, Donald Trump, boasts about how easy it is for him to get women, but not in that exact language.

Trump told then-“Access Hollywood” host Billy Bush that he just goes up to “beautiful” women and “grabs them by the p***y.” What’s more, Trump explains, “When you’re a star, they let you do it.”

So what did Melania do? She wore a silk shirt with a “pussy-bow.” How’s that for trolling?!

The Guardian Reports:

Who is Billy Bush: the man egging on Trump in tape about groping women?

Donald Trump isn’t the only familiar face in the 2005 taped recording of the Republican nominee bragging about attempting to “fuck” married women. The other man in the frame making lewd comments is former Access Hollywood host Billy Bush, a cousin of former president George W Bush.

‘You can do anything’: Trump brags on tape about using fame to get women
At various points, the young Bush gamely laughs along at Trump’s gross boastings. When apparently spotting actor Arianne Zucker outside the bus, who is wearing a purple dress, Bush says: “Sheesh, your girl’s hot as shit in the purple. Yes, the Donald has scored. Whoa, my man!”

Later in the clip, Bush jokingly asks Zucker to “choose between me and the Donald”, and adds: “Oof, get out of the way, honey. Oh, that’s good legs. Go ahead.”

Donald Trump’s sex boasts: ‘When you are a star they let you do anything’
Bush later issued a statement to Variety that said: “Obviously I’m embarrassed and ashamed. It’s no excuse, but this happened eleven years ago – I was younger, less mature, and acted foolishly in playing along. I’m very sorry.”

Trump said that their recorded conversation was merely “locker room banter” and a “private conversation”. “Bill Clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course – not even close.”

It is unclear how the leaked footage will affect Bush’s new role as co-host of the 9am hour of the Today Show, NBC’s highly profitable morning show. The program’s Facebook page had been overtaken by hundreds of critical comments about Bush’s behavior, with many viewers asking for him to be suspended or fired.

While NBC has yet to make a comment on the recording, Anthony Quintano, who formerly ran the Today Show’s social media efforts, tweeted that “a majority of Today Show production staff is female” – noting that it “won’t go over well internally to keep Billy Bush around”.

To celebrity gossip followers, Bush is best known as former primary host of Access Hollywood, the nationally syndicated weekday news program created by a former Entertainment Tonight executive producer. Bush led the charge as an industry insider and friend to the stars, often appearing on red carpets, cozying up with talent at the Golden Globes, Grammys and Academy Awards, among other glitzy events. From 2004 through 2006, ABC had him host its live pre-show for the Oscars, as Ryan Seacrest does most years for the E! network.

Before joining Access Hollywood as the east coast correspondent in 2001, Bush put his smooth voice to work on radio, hosting multiple programs, including his own, Billy Bush and the Bush League Morning Show, which aired until he joined the celebrity news show.

The Today Show welcomed him into the fold in 2016, bringing him on as a full-time host after having him contribute to the network’s Olympics coverage. In Rio de Janeiro he landed the exclusive interview with Ryan Lochte, during which the Olympic swimmer lied about getting robbed at gunpoint – and subsequently got into a lot of trouble.

Bush, who has three children with his wife Sydney Davis, is a member of America’s influential Bush dynasty: he’s first cousins with former president George W Bush and former Florida governor Jeb Bush, who was once largely regarded as favored to win the Republican presidential nomination, as well as the nephew of former president George HW Bush, who has reportedly vowed to vote for Hillary Clinton this year.

Friday’s development doesn’t mark the first time Bush has been linked to Trump: the on-air personality hosted the Miss Universe pageant four times during the period that Trump co-ran the competition. Trump sold the Miss Universe organization in 2015, after two television partners dropped the broadcast in response to Trump’s controversial comments about illegal immigrants made on his presidential campaign.

Although the left excels at not being gifted in the morals department they lost their ever loving minds over this, but like everything else they tried to do to Candidate Trump, they failed. And thank God they did!

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1 Week After Putting Up Sign That Enraged Every Liberal In Town, Look What’s Happening At DQ

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Not really sure why this is even an issue, but apparently a sign was hung by the owner of a Wisconsin area Dairy Queen warning incoming customers that the restaurant is “politically incorrect.”

The offending sign cleverly reads: “This restaurant is politically incorrect. We have been known to say ‘Merry Christmas,’ ‘Happy Easter,’ ‘God Bless America,’ ‘We salute and honor the flag,’ Give thanks to our troops, police officers and firefighters,’ ‘Give thanks for the USA’ and ‘Give free sundaes to Veterans on Veterans Day.'” It’s genius if you ask me! 

The sign was originally posted on the storefront after a customer was triggered when he heard Christian music playing inside the restaurant, and when, in a separate incident, a different customer was upset at the offer of free ice cream for our veterans.

The owner, Kevin Scheunemann, has said he understands the sign might offend some people but that he is open to talking with anyone who may have concerns in order to make accommodations and arrange a designated “snowflake safe space,” if requested a minimum of 24 hours in advance, of course.

American Dairy Queen Corporation stated that it does not encourage their independently-owned and operated franchisees to post non-business related messages in their locations. And went on to make very clear that these views represented this independent owner only and do not speak for corporate or any of their other independent franchise owners. The followed this statement by adding that they expect their franchisees and employees to treat each person who walks through their doors with the utmost dignity and respect.

Inside Tusan Business Reports:

When is refusing service legal and when is it discrimination?

Many retail businesses in Arizona have a small paper sign hanging on the wall, usually near the cash register that says something like “We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.”

The trouble is, that’s not necessarily true.

During the fury over SB 1062 two weeks ago, news accounts, press releases and especially social media were full of assertions that in America, a business owner doesn’t have to do business with anyone he or she doesn’t want to.

Defenders of SB 1062, most notably the Alliance Defending Freedom, a Christian legal defense organization, described hypothetical scenarios in which two groups historically at odds or in conflict might be forced to do business with each other if SB 1062 wasn’t passed.

For example, in an editorial sent to state media outlets, the alliance wrote, “Do you believe a photographer who identifies as homosexual should be punished for refusing to photograph an event celebrating the Westboro Baptist Church’s hateful ideas?”

The alliance asserts that without SB 1062, the photographer would be required to shoot the celebration.

Perhaps not. Depending on the state the photographer was in and the reasons the photographer refused to photograph it, the denial of service may be perfectly legal and not a violation of members of Westboro Church’s rights.

At issue in SB 1062 and in other states considering similar laws are the little understood laws governing public accommodation, which allow for people who believe a denial of service was discriminatory to sue the business for violating their civil rights.

The fact is, according to civil rights and business law experts, when business owners hang up open signs, whether literally or figuratively, they have a responsibility to treat all customers equally under the law.

State and federal civil rights laws prohibit employment discrimination and discrimination in places of public accommodation for reasons of race, color, national origin/ancestry, sex/gender, religion/creed and disability (physical and mental).

Some of the outrage over SB 1062 was that it allowed for protection from government enforcement of civil rights laws if the violation of the law was found to have been based on a “sincerely held religious belief.” SB 1062 opponents argued that would have given religious business owners the right to discriminate against gays and lesbians and possibly others.

But Eunice Rho, advocacy and policy counsel for the ACLU’s national office in Washington D.C., says business owners already can refuse to do business with gays and lesbians in Arizona, except in Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff, which are charter cities that have enacted city ordinances adding gays and lesbians to the protected class.

But, she said, when it comes to signs asserting the right to refuse service, those signs are meaningless.

“I want to make it clear that those kinds of signs are a bit of a fiction. You do not have the right to refuse service to anybody…there are protected classes. There are state laws, federal laws and in Arizona’s case, local laws that provide protection against discrimination. So that business owner does not have an overriding right to trump those laws,” Rho said.

Cassandra Meynard, a Tucson litigation attorney with Mesch Clark and Rothschild, said business owners can refuse to serve customers, but must be careful that the denial of service is based on customer behavior, decorum or the health and safety of patrons and employees.

“Normally, (refusal of service) would only be warranted where the customer’s presence would somehow be distracting to the wellbeing, to the safety, to the welfare of the other people in the business and the business itself. They can’t arbitrarily refuse service to some because they don’t like the way that they look,” Meynard said.

A few Tucson business owners contacted about how they handle refusing service to customers said the parade of horribles brought up by both SB 1062 opponents and proponents rarely, if ever happen.

Ali Bagheri, owner of World Wide Wrappers, a wraps and juice bar on Fourth Avenue, said in 15 years of business, said he’s rarely had to ask someone to leave and it was usually because they were “really drunk or unhygienic or had an attitude.”

Tom Alfonso, owner of Alfonso Gourmet Olive Oil & Balsamics, in the Foothills and Oro Valley, said conflicts sometimes occur for personality reasons between customers and employees, but in those instances, he has another employee serve the customer.

He said he’s never had an instance where he had to refuse service, though he has had customers walk out for unknown reasons, including one customer who walked out because he was serving a customer who was transgender.

“So it works both ways, customers can refuse” to do business with him, too, he said.

Complaints about discrimination can be complicated. Depending on the allegation, they can be filed with the city, the state or the any of several dozen federal agencies, and each level of government has different rules about when and how to file.

Tucson Attorney Mike Rankin said Tucson added sexual orientation as a class to its antidiscrimination law in 2007. He said violations of the law are a civil offense and carry a $300 fine. However, he said no one has ever filed a complaint since the law was enacted.

Training for businesses about rules of public accommodation and when refusal of service is or isn’t appropriate is sparse. No information about public accommodation training could be found on any of the Tucson area chamber’s websites, SCORE, statewide tourist and lodging associations or hospitality industry associations.

Neither Rho nor Meynard said they were aware of any such training.

Jerry Bustamante, Arizona Small Business Association vice president for public policy and Southern Arizona, said training on public accommodation rules was a good idea and he would suggest it to his organization’s board.

Bustamante said ASBA opposed SB 1062 for many of the same reasons all the other state and local business organizations did, but also because of the law of unintended consequences.

“ASBA concluded that 1062 would have unintentionally exposed private sector businesses and its owners to liability by allowing an employee to exercise their own religious beliefs at the expense of the business. SB 1062 would have shifted the balance of control from the business owner to employees, who could decide to refuse someone’s business based on their own personal religious beliefs and not that of a business owner. As a result, the business and its owner(s) would be held liable for an employee’s actions while exercising their religious convictions,” Bustamante said.

Rho and Meynard agreed that was a likely consequence of the bill if it had been signed.

“The way this law was written would have allowed employees to defy their employers. Even if you had a restaurant in (Tucson) you may want to not discriminate against your customers but your employee could now have a right to do so,” Rho said.

Even so, Meynard said despite the bill being vetoed, business owners still have to be careful when it comes to the religious beliefs of their employees. Just as business owners can’t discriminate against patrons for reasons of religion, they can’t discriminate against employees for religious reasons either.

But that doesn’t mean an employee gets to dictate the terms of employment, Meynard said. While business owners have to make a reasonable accommodation when an employee asserts a religious belief that conflicts with a duty of employment, employers can’t be compelled to unreasonably alter their business.

Why is this even an issue? Anyone who owns a business should be allowed to do whatever they want on their own property just as long as it doesn’t harm anyone. If you don’t like the music they play, it’s simple, don’t go there. If you don’t like the sign they put up, it’s simple, don’t go there. If you don’t like the fact that they are pro-veteran, don’t go there. It’s called freedom of choice. And it works!

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