She recently reunited with Will & Grace co-star Eric McCormack to encourage young people to vote.
And Debra Messing continued to do her bit to raise political awareness as she campaigned for Hillary Clinton with former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell at 'The Knock' restaurant in Philadelphia on Saturday.
The actress, 48, looked in good spirits as she donned a bold slogan T-shirt with the caption 'Vaginas against Trump'.
Teaming the slogan T-shirt with black trousers, a leather jacket and black studded shoes, she ensured all eyes were drawn to the message on her top.
And wearing her glossy brunette hair in loose curls, the actress looked in good spirits as she headed through the streets with a suited and booted Ed Rendell.
Having perfected the art of public speaking, Debra used a microphone to get her message across.
Way to prove a point bu using yourself as an example of what you are fighting against. Better luck next time in 4 years, retards.
0:03yes I am outraged
0:07yes I have thought and awful lot about
0:12blowing up the White House but i know
0:18that this won't change anything
0:22we cannot fall into despair as the poet
0:28wh auden once wrote on the eve of World
0:35we must love one another or die
0:41I choose love
0:44are you with may say this with me we
0:53we choose love
0:57we choose love
This video shows how mass immigration changed Sweden from one of the safest countries on earth to one of the most violent countries. (Sweden now has the second highest number of rapes in the whole world). If you want to save your nation, and you're a European, contact your local politicians and express your concerns, threaten to vote them out. Or just vote them out if they're radical leftist.
A man was shot Friday night on the University of Washington campus during a protest for a controversial speaker, and the suspected shooter turned himself in claiming self defense, police said.
A large crowd packed the Red Square area of campus Friday night protesting a speech by controversial Brietbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos. Police were blocking the entrance to Kane Hall, and investigators said bricks and paint were thrown at officers.
Medics received the shooting report at 8:26 p.m., after Yiannopoulos' speech began in Kane Hall, but while a large crowd of protesters remained outside.
UW students were alerted to the suspected shooters arrest early Saturday morning. He was being questioned early Saturday morning by UW police, who are handling the investigation.
The shooting victim is 34 and suffered a life-threatening gunshot wound to the abdomen, Seattle police said. He was in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center, and was previously identified by authorities as a 25-year-old.
On Saturday morning, hospital officials said the victim was in critical but stable condition. He was rushed to Harborview's Emergency Department and underwent surgery Friday night.
As hundreds of thousands of Americans filled the streets of the nation's capital for the Women's March on Washington, actress Ashley Judd read a poem that compared Donald Trump to Hitler.
Judd was reciting a poem written by a 19-year-old from Tennessee when she read the line: 'I feel Hitler in these streets, a mustache traded for a toupee.'
The poem was a celebration of 'nasty women', as Trump so famously called Hillary Clinton during a debate before the presidential election.
'I am a nasty women,' Judd began as she read the poem. 'I'm not as nasty as a man who looks like he bathes in Cheeto dust.'
'I'm not as nasty as your own daughter being your favorite sex symbol, your wet dreams infused with your own genes,' she read later, clearly referencing Ivanka.
Mexico's Colima volcano erupted twice in the last 24 hours, sending ash into the sky and lava flowing down its sides. State officials have recommended that all living in close proximity to the volcano take necessary precautions. (Jan. 19)
A Pittsburgh-area mall that was foreclosed on after its owners failed to repay $143 million was auctioned off Wednesday for $100. The sprawling Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills mall has been in trouble ever since it opened its doors 11 years ago. After defaulting on that $143 million loan, the bankruptcy court put it up for auction. Wells Fargo Bank was owed the money from a 2006 loan and submitted the winning bid for the 1.1 million-square-foot mall. The bank was acting as trustee for MSCI 2007 HQ11, the trust that bought the mall in suburban Frazer Township. -- Paul Martino: Pittsburgh Mills mall auctioned off for a hundred bucks. Bid by Wells Fargo which is holding 149 Mill. Debt on mall.
Wells Fargo foreclosed last year on the mall, which opened in 2005. Pittsburgh Mills Limited Partnership defaulted on the loan. KDKA’s Paul Martino: “You’re protecting the interests of the bank, right?” Wells Fargo Attorney Nick Godfrey: “That’s correct, yeah. And the process here will play out. Like I said, I can’t comment further at this time.” -- It’s clear that Wells Fargo purchased the property to make sure someone else didn’t grab it at a ridiculous price. But it’s not clear what will happen to the mall now, and that’s got shoppers worried. “It’s a shame. It’s a nice location. It’s a modern mall. It’s nice. I just don’t understand why the customers don’t come here and shop,” said one shopper. That’s one of the big problems. The mall sits on more than a million square feet, but not many shoppers are coming.
The other problem is that mall shopping is declining everywhere due to the popularity of online shopping. It means the mall’s former Sears Superstore now sits empty. Many others across the country have closed, too. Macy’s stores are also closing, but so far the one at the Mills is staying. “It’s very sad. They never developed all the stuff they said was going to happen,” said another shopper. Plans for an indoor go kart track and a water park never materialized, and the mall is only about 55 percent occupied. Even so, shoppers who live in the area hope someone can save the place. “It’s just getting people to invest in the right things, in the right time. Hopefully, we can get people to come and help us out,” another shopper said.
But the numbers are not good. The mall was once valued at $190 million, but today its worth just $11 million and there’s that $143 million debt. Wells Fargo and the mall’s new owners haven’t commented on the purchase.
While the celebrity class has annoyed the rest of us little people like nails to a chalkboard, a few voices or reason cut through. Micheal Rapaport is one of those voices.
In anticipation of President Obama’s farewell address Tuesday night, America Rising PAC released a new video titled “Revisionist History” that highlights a few of the president’s failures during his time in office.
The video begins with a clip of Obama’s infamous “if you like your plan you can keep your plan” statement from 2010, when he promised Americans that they could keep their health insurance plans if the Affordable Care Act passes. While the president said families would not lose their health care plans with Obamacare enshrined as law, millions of American have seen their health insurance plans canceled because of the Affordable Care Act. PolitiFact rated Obama’s promise the “lie of the year” for 2013, after the effects of the landmark law could be seen.
The America Rising video later plays a clip of Obama from early 2014 calling the Islamic State the “JV team.” Months later, the terrorist group took over large swaths of territory in Iraq to add to its strongholds in eastern Syria. The brutality of ISIS has since come to horrify much of the world, and the group has been responsible for thousands of deaths around the world.
On another foreign policy topic, the video castigates Obama for his handling of the chaos in Libya from the Arab Spring. Obama ordered for a military intervention in 2011 to address the growing instability in the country that led to the removal of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi from power. The U.S. did not have a clear plan for after Gaddafi was deposed and killed, and the country devolved into a state of chaos in which various jihadist groups were allowed to thrive.
The video then cuts to an interview from 2016 in which Obama declares that his biggest failure in office was not adequately planning for a response after his initial Libyan intervention.
America Rising also hits Obama for failing to enforce the declared “red line” against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad using chemical weapons on his own people. In August 2012, Obama said that if the Syrian government used such weapons against civilians, he would respond forcefully, indicating that would include military action. When it became apparent in 2013 that Assad used chemical weapons, Obama instead backed away from his declaration and accepted a deal brokered by Russia to remove some of the weapons stockpile. The Syrian regime has continued to use chemical weapons on civilians since then.
The two-minute video released by America Rising, a Republican opposition research group, also includes clips of Obama’s legacy regarding the Iran nuclear deal and the American economy.
Via Mike Rowe
The Way I Heard It
Sometimes, when the country feels divided and friends and family are at each other's throats, the only sensible thing to do is drink a beer and tell a story. Normally, I wait a few months before posting recent podcasts on Facebook, but all things considered...the time seems right for this one.
This liberal chucklehead decided that taking all his clothes off after being peppersprayed and writing F#CK TRUMP on his ass was a great idea. This is just a jewel in the many shining all over the city yesterday. GO LIBERALISM!
When you’re such a gangster that when you get show and don’t go to the hospital you might have to squeeze the bullet out years later.
Some crazy shit must go down in this hallway in order to get so many residents to want to take the cameras out.
As the bulk of the country was watching the inauguration hoping Donald Trump does a good job and brings back more jobs to the United States as promised, as well is healing racial divisions. Some outside of the inauguration blocked tens of thousands of Americans from attending while their friends were busy smashing storefronts along the parade route. Here is some of that violence.
While speaking to reporters on the street in Washington, D.C. today during the inauguration ceremonies, alt-right leader Richard Spencer was punched in the face by a hooded man.
Explaining that the pin on his lapel was Pepe the Frog and going into what it symbolizes, a man came flying in with a hard right cross to Spencer’s cheek, much to the shock of Spencer and those surrounding him.
Instead of retaliating, Spencer just began walking down the street, obviously shaken.
There were a number of protests that took place last night and today during the inauguration ceremonies. At the ‘DeploraBall’ yesterday evening, attended by many prominent alt-right members, there was a large demonstration outside the event.
Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.
After formally taking office, Trump said: "Together we will determine the course of America and the world for many, many years to come."
Mr Trump added that January 20 would be remembered as "the day the people became the rulers of this nation again".
The streets of Washington DC look like a war zone right now due to liberal protesters smashing storefronts and destroying people's property in order to stop the presidential parade from happening. Moments like this show exactly why Donald Trump won this election.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., drew boos, scorn and ridicule on Friday for delivering what many considered a lengthy speech that delayed President-elect Trump's swearing in.
Gambia voted to oust Yahya Jammeh last year, but he won't go
A longtime dictator in one of Africa’s smallest countries is refusing to relinquish power, ignoring a Jan. 18 deadline set by a coalition of neighboring countries who have threatened to use military action to force his departure. Gambia is now on tenterhooks as West African troops entered Gambian territory late on Jan. 19, giving Yahya Jammeh just hours to cede power and end his 23-year-long dictatorship.