.”We are energetic daddies,”Palmer stated concerning the men who responded to his telephone call, stating a number of them enjoy to be the stroller-pushers as well as the bottle-warmers but that”we do not wish to need to enter the man squat to alter baby diapers the rest of our lives.”Palmer, that has 3 youngsters, stated everything began last month when he went to alter his 1-year-old child’s baby diaper in a males’s restroom at a dining establishment in Jacksonville. He promptly realized that there was no area to alter
Liam’s diaper, so he squatted.He said his oldest boy, Isaiah, had actually been assisting– handing him wipes and a brand-new baby diaper for the toddler. Then the 12-year-old started snapping photos.Palmer claimed he as well as his family had a fast laugh about it yet that”I really did not think anything of it.
“” I did my task as a father, “he said.But a couple of weeks later, Palmer stated, he began to ask yourself why men are required to obtain so creative.He published the picture online Sept. 23, creating:” This is a significant article !!!
What’s the handle not having changing tables in guys’s shower room as if we do not exist!! #FLM #fatherslivesmatter plainly we do this typically due to the fact that look just how comfy
my son is. It’s routine to him!!!! Let’s fix this problem!” It has actually been shared commonly across social media sites, prompting lots of comments from men and women as well as virtually 7,000 likes on Instagram. And also males have been sharing their very own images with Palmer’s hashtag #squatforchange, revealing daddies with diapered youngsters curtained over their laps in bathrooms and various other rooms, and also outdoors. Palmer claimed that he was stunned by the reaction, admitting,”I simply assumed it was a Donte issue.”The blog post obtained more than 11,000 remarks, 13,000 shares and 240,000 sort.”I would like my child to experience a world where gender does not
dictate one’s responsibility or limitation one’s possibility, “the actor told his web site, A
And also.”Having altering tables in males’s rooms is simply a little action in the procedure of rectifying tradition sex discrimination. Male who are aware of this predisposition desire to get involved equally in the childcare procedure and our culture ought to sustain that. It’s time to obtain our hands dirty.”Palmer said the idea that dads are the breadwinners and also mommies are the caretakers is an out-of-date one. He claimed men and women need to “share an equal having fun area “when it pertains to parenting.He said he does not want to decrease what mothers do since”they’re the superheroes,”yet he wants dads– and also their role– to be recognized as well.
By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Wire Service Correspondent
Someday after stating she wants Head of state Donald Trump’s new principal of staff, Mick Mulvaney, to indicate before her board regarding his work overhauling the U.S. Customer Financial Protection Bureau, Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA 43)rose to another position where she will definitely remain to hold President Trump as well as his administration responsible.
Seas, the fiery and outspoken California Democrat whom Millennials have taken on as “Auntie Maxine,” was called by the Autonomous Caucus to serve as the initial lady as well as the first African American chair of your home Financial Services Committee.
“I am recognized to have been selected by my colleagues to be the first Chairwoman of your house Financial Solutions Committee in the 116th Congress.
“Because 1995, I have functioned as Ranking Participant or Chairwoman of every Subcommittee under the Board’s territory, taking on essential concerns in behalf of customers, capitalists, and also susceptible populaces,” Waters claimed.
“As Chairwoman, I will continue to prioritize protecting customers and also investors from violent monetary techniques, making certain there are strong safeguards in position to stop another financial dilemma, broadening and supporting budget friendly housing possibilities, dealing with the homelessness situation, encouraging liable innovation in financial modern technology, advertising diversity and addition in the financial solutions market, carrying out proper oversight as well as ensuring that hardworking Americans and also small businesses have fair access to the economic system as well as possibilities to grow,” she stated.
Thus, Waters has mobilized Mulvaney as a review starts of the CFPB.
“I am contacting inform you that while your time running the Consumer Bureau might more than, the time for responsibility for your actions will begin,” Waters claimed in a letter to Mulvaney, that is also the supervisor of the administration’s Office of Monitoring and also Budget.
Mulvaney worked as the CFPB’s acting supervisor for one year and had actually previously billed that the company overreached its legal authority under the management of previous President Barack Obama as well as it overlooked a number of guidelines as well as ceased enforcement efforts.
In her letter, Waters charged Mulvaney of going after activities “hazardous to consumers” and said she plans to evaluate them.
“I consider it an opportunity to hold the Chairwoman’s gavel as well as look forward to working with my fellow Democrats, Position Member McHenry and my coworkers across the aisle on realistic solutions that profit hardworking Americans and reinforce our economy,” claimed Waters, that has acted as a Participant of Congress and the Financial Solutions Board given that 1991.
Throughout her years of civil service, Seas has actually gotten a credibility as a courageous as well as outspoken supporter for ladies, kids, individuals of color as well as the inadequate.
In her numerous leadership functions on the Home Financial Solutions Board, she has fought for the security of customers, investors, small companies and at risk populaces.
In a news release, Seas’ camp kept in mind that in 2010, she as well as her Autonomous coworkers worked tirelessly to pass the Dodd-Frank Wall surface Road Reform and Customer Security Act, landmark regulations to stop another financial crisis, which created the Consumer Financial Security Bureau, an agency dedicated to protecting America’s customers from financial abuses.
She likewise was one of 10 Committee Participants to be picked to function as a conferee on the Dodd-Frank Act.
A main vehicle driver of the situation was predative mortgage loaning, which purposefully targeted minority neighborhoods with toxic items as well as resulted in ruining foreclosures across the country and a tremendous loss of generational wealth.
Democrats specifically made Dodd-Frank and also the Consumer Bureau to avoid the unsafe techniques that triggered the economic situation.
The Bureau protects consumers from predacious and also abusive financial practices in areas such as mortgage loans, personal education lendings, as well as payday advance loan.
Waters claimed despite Republican initiatives to damage the Customer Bureau, she has actually battled to make certain “it is not hindered from its crucial work cracking down on industries that have a background of damaging customers, consisting of debt enthusiasts, payday loan providers and consumer reporting firms.”
While she has actually constantly been forthright in her initiatives, the period of social networks has permitted her longstanding efforts to be shared with millennials who have actually called Waters as “Auntie Maxine.”
Following Donald Trump’s Oval Workplace address last night, congressional Autonomous leaders clarified,”We don’t regulate by temper tantrum. No head of state should batter the table as well as demand he gets his means otherwise the government closes down.”
Possibly the president missed out on the comments, due to the fact that this mid-day, during brief White House discusses re-opening the federal government, Trump tossed an outburst, battered the table, and also demanded he get his method or the shutdown would
continue, Head of state Donald Trump quickly went out of a closed-door meeting with legislative leaders Wednesday in the White Residence Circumstance Space after Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said she would not fund his border wall if he ended a government closure first.
“She said ‘No,'” Us Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., stated, including that Trump pounded the table. “He stated, ‘Then we have absolutely nothing to go over’ … He simply left of the meeting.”
Resembling last evening’s message, Schumer additionally told reporters, “Once more we saw a temper tantrum because he couldn’t get his method.”
We do not need to ask yourself whether Schumer’s variation of occasions holds true: after essentially bowing out the negotiating table, the head of state counted on Twitter and mostly confirmed the Democratic senator’s version of events.
Vice Head of state Mike Pence not long after talked with press reporters, as well as fleshed out the White Residence’s placement. That was useful, in a manner, though Pence’s perspective was rather odd.
As the vice president placed it, Democrats expect the president to re-open the federal government, at which point policymakers can have a meaningful argument over immigration plan. “But when the president claims, ‘If I provided you exactly what you’re requesting, would you accept border safety and also a wall surface?’ and also they say, ‘No,” I think the American individuals are worthy of better.”
It’s a bad sign that Pence didn’t appear to recognize the absurdity of what he was saying.
In his vision, if Trump consents to re-open the federal government, Democrats must necessarily be prepared to approve taxpayer dollars for a boundary wall surface. Simply put, in this version, the White Home believes re-opening the government would be a concession that ought to be satisfied by reciprocatory Democratic concessions.
That’s not exactly how any one of this jobs. Enabling the federal government to work and also operate usually is not a giving in worthwhile of a benefit. If Trump wishes to make Democrats an offer– “If you offer me wall financing, I’ll offer you ___”– he ought to absolutely do so.
Yet if he completes that empty with “I’ll permit government procedures to exist,” then he and his team are perplexed about the nature of this procedure.
Both sides are expected to desire the government to be open. Both sides are intended to desire the shutdown to end. Both sides are supposed to sustain the fundamental performance of federal workplaces as well as firms.
Trading wall surface loan for finishing a closure is not the basis for an offer. The reality that Trump doesn’t understand this recommends we are nowhere near a resolution.
“If the fight had been fair, one campaign would not have control of the party before the voters had decided which one they wanted to lead. This was not a criminal act, but as I saw it, it compromised the party’s integrity,” Brazile added.
President Donald Trump accused Democrats of “real collusion” in two tweets on the matter Thursday night, calling the revelations a “major violation of campaign finance laws and money laundering.”
“Donna Brazile just stated the DNC RIGGED the system to illegally steal the Primary from Bernie Sanders. Bought and paid for by Crooked H….” he wrote.
Trump then followed up with a second tweet: “….This is real collusion and dishonesty. Major violation of Campaign Finance Laws and Money Laundering – where is our Justice Department?”
Donna Brazile just stated the DNC RIGGED the system to illegally steal the Primary from Bernie Sanders. Bought and paid for by Crooked H….
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 3, 2017
….This is real collusion and dishonesty. Major violation of Campaign Finance Laws and Money Laundering – where is our Justice Department?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 3, 2017
Politico had reported in August 2015 about the joint fundraising effort, but Brazile’s book suggests its scope — and Clinton’s influence over it — went beyond what was previously known to the public.
The joint fundraising agreements, according to multiple senior Democratic sources with knowledge of the agreements, were a lifeline to a DNC deep in debt.
President Barack Obama had left the party with millions in debt after the 2012 election and was paying the money off far too slowly for most Democrats. To fight this problem, former chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz began taking on costly loans and by the time she approached the Clinton and Sanders campaigns — around Labor Day 2015 — the DNC was nearing the end of their credit rope, a source said.
As CNN reported in May 2016, both Democratic campaigns signed joint fundraising efforts with the Democratic National Committee, allowing the presidential campaigns to raise money for the Democratic committee and a host of state Democratic parties for use in the general election. The agreements, sources told CNN at the time, were the same as the ones Obama’s successful 2008 and 2012 campaigns used.
Clinton, though, was the only candidate to use the agreement, raising by May 2016 close to $50 million for the DNC and state parties through the Hillary Victory Fund.
Weaver: DNC actions ‘egregious, undemocratic’
Sanders’ former campaign chair Jeffrey Weaver said Thursday in an interview with CNN’s Brooke Baldwin that the campaign had not initially known the “full scope” of the deal between the Clinton campaign and the DNC, but that the Sanders campaign did see several instances where the DNC seemed to tip the scale toward Clinton, as evidenced by Sanders’ many complaints about the party organization through the primary season.
“The behavior the DNC engaged in was egregious, undemocratic and it can’t be allowed to happen again,” Weaver said.
Weaver said, however, that the lessons of 2016 should be taken to reform the party’s approach to the grassroots and behavior during primary seasons.
“Let me tell this to the elites who today still control much of the Democratic Party apparatus: If you do not open up the party, if you do not allow the people in, if you do not advocate for the types of reforms that we need, you will be destroying the opportunity we have to take on Donald Trump,” Weaver said.
He also asserted that he believed Sanders could have won the general election.
“There is no doubt that he would have defeated Donald Trump,” Weaver said.
Clinton, through a spokesperson, declined to comment.
Wasserman Schultz, in a statement, said she is proud of her work at the DNC.
“It was a tremendous honor to be asked by President (Barack) Obama to serve as chair of the DNC. I am proud of the work our team did to support Democrats up and down the ballot in the 2016 election and to re-elect the president in 2012,” Wasserman Schultz said. “With Donald Trump in the White House, Democrats must stay focused on enacting a progressive agenda to protect our citizens, our values and our democracy and remain united towards our goal of electing Democratic congressional majorities in 2018.”
Joint fundraising agreement
Brazile resigned from her role as a CNN contributor in October 2016 after WikiLeaks released an email in which she says she got advance questions before a town hall event. She then sent questions to Clinton’s campaign in advance of a CNN debate and a town hall.
Xochitl Hinojosa, the DNC’s communications director, said in response to Brazile’s allegations that “the DNC must remain neutral in the presidential primary process, and there shouldn’t even be a perception that the DNC is interfering in that process.”
“Joint fundraising committees were created between the DNC and both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in attempt to raise the general election funds needed to win in 2016,” she said. “Clinton was the only candidate who raised money for the party through her joint fundraising committee with the DNC, which would benefit any candidate coming out of the presidential primary process.
Hinojosa added that under new DNC chair Tom Perez, the committee and state parties have dispensed with the old fundraising agreement and signed a new agreement with state Democratic organizations.
Brazile’s primary argument is that the Clinton campaign, through its joint fundraising agreement with the DNC, gave Clinton control of the “party’s finances, strategy, and all the money raised.”
“Her campaign had the right of refusal of who would be the party communications director, and it would make final decisions on all the other staff,” Brazile wrote.
A source confirmed that Clinton’s campaign did stipulate rules to the DNC for the fundraising help. It agreed to provide the DNC with money each month to pay for overhead. A concern was that Wasserman Schultz would take the money from the joint fundraising agreement and begin quickly spending it, so they limited how much the DNC could spend.
“Hillary for America (the campaign) and the Hillary Victory Fund (its joint fundraising vehicle with the DNC) had taken care of 80% of the remaining debt in 2016, about $10 million, and had placed the party on an allowance,” Brazile wrote.
As Politico reported, Brazile notes that while Clinton claimed support for the DNC meant supporting state parties, state parties kept less than half of 1% of the $82 million raised by Clinton’s campaign fundraisers.
The idea for the joint fundraising agreements at the time was to create a a bank of money for the DNC that could then be spent during the general election, whether the nominee was Clinton or Sanders.
Politically, though, that didn’t work for Sanders, who charged the Clinton campaign in May 2016 with duping the state parties.
“Secretary Clinton is looting funds meant for the state parties to skirt fundraising limits on her presidential campaign,” Jeff Weaver, Sanders’ campaign manager, said in a statement at the time. “We think the Clinton campaign should let the state parties keep their fair share of the cash.”
Sanders had the option to raise money for the DNC and state parties but decided not to do it because it would have been politically difficult for the candidate to slam the DNC in public while raising money for them in private. Sanders had largely eschewed fundraisers, too.
Brazile, in the new book, placed blame for the DNC’s issues on poor management by Wasserman Schultz, a Florida Democrat.
She wrote that Wasserman Schultz didn’t make cuts to DNC staff following the previous election cycle and that led to a ballooning budget double what Brazile had seen as interim chair five years earlier. Gary Gensler, the chief financial officer of Clinton’s campaign, allegedly told her the party needed $3.5 million to $4 million to conduct operations each month.
“Debbie was not a good manager,” Brazile wrote. “She hadn’t been very interested in controlling the party — she let Clinton’s headquarters in Brooklyn do as it desired so she didn’t have to inform the party officers how bad the situation was.”
The DNC’s troubles have continued in the months since Trump took office.
Particularly worrisome to Democrats: The party had raised just $51 million in the calendar year through September, compared to the Republican National Committee’s $104 million.
On Thursday, the DNC fired its finance director, Emily Mellencamp Smith, whose hiring was just announced in June as part of new chairman Perez’s efforts to rebuild the party.
“We are grateful for Emily Mellencamp Smith’s work to help build a fundraising team that will raise the funds to win in 2017, 2018 and beyond. Emily is going back to consulting and helping elect Democrats in upcoming races, including staying on in a consulting role for the DNC at this time,” DNC press secretary Michael Tyler said.
Bernie Sanders’ 2016 campaign also signed its own joint fundraising agreement with the DNC.
In excerpts from “Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns that Put Donald Trump in the White House,” published in Politico, Brazile writes the DNC was rigged in Clinton’s favor because her campaign was largely financing the party early on in the presidential election.
Brazile’s comments rip a scab off a wound that plagued the Democratic Party during last year’s primary and charge the Clinton campaign with impropriety.
The Democratic strategist said the agreement “was not illegal, but it sure looked unethical.”
Labor unions are warning that the “Green New Deal” proposed by Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is vague and potentially dangerous, signaling that the progressive proposal may be in for even more turbulence following a rocky rollout last week.
While conservatives have fiercely criticized the Green New Deal resolution for promising a job to “all people of the United States” — including those “unwilling to work,” according to an accompanying document published, and later disavowed, by Ocasio-Cortez’s office — the pushback from union leaders indicates that the progressive proposal has not won over a core element of the liberal base.
Speaking to Reuters, a spokesman for the coal industry union United Mine Workers (UMWA) characterized Ocasio-Cortez’s goals as lofty and potentially dangerous to rank-and-file blue collar workers.
In particular, union officials took umbrage at the resolution’s call for a “fair and just transition for all communities and workers” in order to “achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions” in the span of just ten years.
“We’ve heard words like ‘just transition’ before, but what does that really mean?” the spokesman, Phil Smith, said in an interview. “Our members are worried about putting food on the table.”
UMWA, which includes approximately 80,000 members, represents not only coal miners and clean coal technicians, but also manufacturing workers, health care workers, and corrections officers in both the U.S. and Canada.
Added Yvette Pena O’Sullivan, the executive director of the Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA): “We will never settle for ‘just transition’ language as a solution to the job losses that will surely come from some of the policies in the resolution.”
LIUNA, a construction union, has about 500,000 members, including 80,000 in Canada. And executives at another construction union, the North America’s Building Trades Union (NABTU), raised similar concerns.
Union members “working in the oil and gas sector can make a middle-class living, whereas renewable energy firms have been less generous,” Sean McGarvey, NABTU’s president, said last week.
Representatives for UMWA, LIUNA, and NABTU did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Cows have been targeted for potential elimination in the Green New Deal (iStock).
Some top Democratic politicians have similarly sought to pump the brakes on the Green New Deal. For example, Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, appeared unimpressed when asked about the plan’s aspirations to replace planes with high-speed rail.
“That would be pretty hard for Hawaii,” she laughed.
And last Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appeared to dismiss the plan.
“It will be one of several or maybe many suggestions that we receive,” Pelosi told Politico. The green dream or whatever they call it, nobody knows what it is, but they’re for it right?”
The proposal’s rollout was overshadowed by confusion and uncertainty last week. A top adviser to Ocasio-Cortez admitted over the weekend that an official document posted by Ocasio-Cortez’s office contained a guarantee of economic security even for those “unwilling to work” — but not before he went viral in progressive circles for claiming the exact opposite, repeatedly, in an interview Friday with Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
Cornell University Law School Professor Robert Hockett initially denied that an FAQ and background materials from Ocasio-Cortez’s website stated that the Green New Deal will provide “Economic security for all who are unable or unwilling to work.” An FAQ sent by Ocasio-Cortez’s team to NPR also noted, “We set a goal to get to net-zero, rather than zero emissions, in 10 years because we aren’t sure that we’ll be able to fully get rid of farting cows and airplanes that fast.”
Ocasio-Cortez’s office removed the documents from her website amid an online backlash. A version of the FAQ that referred to “farting cows” is still available on NPR’s website, and a similar version that was posted to Ocasio-Cortez’s website is currently viewable on an Internet archiving service. Both versions of the documents describe providing economic security for those “unwilling to work,” and state, “This is a massive transformation of our society with clear goals and a timeline” at a “scale not seen since World War 2.”
Despite the confusion as to its precise contents, key 2020 Democratic presidential contenders have enthusiastically embraced the Green New Deal. Sens. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Cory Booker, D-N.J. all co-sponosred the legislation.
“Our history is a testimony to the achievement of what some think is impossible — we must take bold action now,” Booker tweeted.
The White House, meanwhile, appeared heartened by the Democratic contenders’ support for the sweeping program.
“I think half the announced presidential candidates that are Democrats have supported this, although they aren’t really sure what it is,” Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney told “Fox News Sunday.”
Mulvaney added: “The other half — I don’t know where the Democrat Party is on this, I know where the Republican Party is, and by the way, it’s fun to be in a party that is united while the other is divided.”
The Republican National Committee dubbed the Green New Deal a “Socialist wish list” that would kill at least 1 million jobs and disrupt global trade — while costing trillions.
Even aside from the Green New Deal, conservative commentators have argued that most proposed solutions to global warming would do more harm than good, and also have accused climate activists of crying wolf. In 2006, a NASA scientist and leading global warming researcher declared that the world had only 10 years to avert a climate catastrophe — a deadline that has come and gone.
Ocasio-Cortez, meanwhile, has suggested the world may be destroyed in 12 years if action is not taken. The White House has characterized her comments as irrelevant.
Fail to remember manicuring your lawn this fall. Endangered birds require messy backyards to survive the winter months.
There are a < a href= "https://www.theglobeandmail.com/technology/science/report-finds-north-american-skies-quieter-by-15-billion-fewer-birds/article31876053/" > billion fewer birds in The United States and Canada than there were 40 years earlier, as well as a fifth of the bird types on the continent are provided as “vulnerable” to populace collapse over the following few decades.
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Ground cover isn’t simply cost-free plant food– it’s also a quite
occurring spot of environment for a selection of pests such as salamanders, snails, worms, and toads.” If you’re excavating in the garden as well as bump into these squirmy little coppery-brown men, and also you do not understand what they are– those are moth pupae,” Winston says. A healthy and balanced layer of uninterrupted soil and also ground cover additionally means more butterflies and moths, which in their caterpillar stage are a vital food source for birds. Develop a brush heap. Gusting loss days additionally tend to knock down tree branches.
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