The nuclear family must be abolished in favor of a “feminist future,” says one feminist writer.
In an article posted on Vice News, feminist writer Sophie Lewis proposed replacing the traditional family with a shared ‘surrogacy’ model in which “the labor of making new human beings is shared among all of us, ‘mother’ no longer being a natural category.”
“Her radical proposition is that we practice ‘full surrogacy’ by abolishing the family,” Vice reported. “That means caring for each other not in discrete private units (also known as nuclear households), but rather within larger systems of care that can provide us with the love and support we can’t always get from blood relations—something Lewis knows all too well.”
President Trump’s approval rating has equaled its all time high, which was just after his inauguration, according to Real Clear Politics’ average of polls.
“RCP Average has Trump at 46.0 which is tied for his all time highest approval which was just after his inauguration,” tweeted Tim Pool.
Not only is Trump performing well nationwide, according to Quinnipiac, he is trouncing every single potential Democratic opponent in Wisconsin.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested multiple illegal aliens at a California courthouse, ignoring a new law designed to prevent them from executing such apprehensions in the sanctuary state.
Agents separately targeted two men facing criminal charges who had both been repeatedly deported from the U.S. in the past, despite interference from lawyers and court officials, the AP reports.
“Our officers will not have their hands tied by sanctuary rules when enforcing immigration laws to remove criminal aliens from our communities,” said David Jennings, ICE field office director for San Francisco.
He asserted that California’s law “will not govern the conduct of federal officers acting pursuant to duly-enacted laws passed by Congress that provide the authority to make administrative arrests of removable aliens inside the United States.”
Sweden saw a population increase of nearly 100,000 people in 2019, with migration accounting for 73 percent of the growth, according to a new report.
Numbers compiled by government agency Statistics Sweden found the Scandinavian nation’s population has surged in the past decade, reaching 10,327,589 – up nearly one million since 2009.
“The population of Sweden is increasing at the moment, in part, because more people are born than are dying, but above all, immigration is greater than emigration. About 73 percent of the population increase is explained by migration,” the agency explained.
EU Doubling Size of Asylum Support Office
Swedish Church to Replace LGBT Eden Painting with Jesus in High Heels Art
‘Role Play’: Swedish School Forces Pupils to Recite Muslim Prayer in Arabic
Swedish Govt Crime Statistics Will be Censored to Protect Violent Migrants
Sweden is Officially Breeding Out its Own People Through Migrants
Continued persecution of the WikiLeaks co-founder is a “crazy situation,” Australian lawmaker George Christiansen told RT, adding that Julian Assange did not commit any crime aside from running afoul of US elites.
Christiansen, a member of the Liberal National Party of Queensland, questioned the integrity of the legal process against Assange, who is now facing the possibility of extradition to the US over “unlawfully obtaining and disclosing classified documents related to the national defense.”
The journalist was hauled out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London after his asylum was revoked in April 2019, and has been locked up at the maximum security Belmarsh prison ever since.
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Disappearing Julian Assange
Dem Senator Joe Manchin Brags “Assange is Our Property Now”
Patriotic citizens in Virginia, Oregon, California, Illinois and New York are sick of having their rights abused by Democrat politicians.
Secession movements in each of the above states are gaining traction as residents hope to protect the Second Amendment, religious and economic freedoms and much more.
However, the counties aren’t attempting to leave the United States and are instead proposing either becoming entirely new states or joining with more conservative neighboring states.
For example, Oregonians want to join Idaho, Virginians wish to join West Virginia, Illinoians just want to be separated from Chicago, Californians want an entirely new state and New Yorkers want to split the state in three.
City councilors in Cambridge, Massachusetts, have voted to protect illegal aliens from arrest if they are caught driving without a license.
A new ‘Welcoming Community Ordinance’ passed by officials codifies existing policy in the sanctuary city, according to the Boston Herald.
“The Cambridge Police Department shall, whenever possible in the officer’s discretion and if there are no other violations causing the person to be arrested, issue a summons to court instead of taking the person into custody,” the ordinance decrees.
Cambridge City Councilor Quinton Zondervan asserts, “We need to protect our community members from a federal government that’s out of control.”
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) claimed that Roger Stone received a “fair trial,” despite a juror revealing bias before and during the trial.
After Stone was sentenced to 40 months in prison, Graham said he believed that the trial was “free from influence.”
But last week, one of Roger Stone’s jurors was revealed to be a former Democratic congressional candidate who consistently posted anti-Trump content on social media.
“TWICE AS LONG as Anthony ‘sexting a minor’ Weiner”
Trump Slams Roger Stone Jury Forewoman as “Anti-Trump Activist”
President Trump Responds to Roger Stone Sentencing
On Monday, Jeff Bezos announced the creation of the Bezos Earth Fund, which will disperse $10 billion in the name of combatting climate change. The fund is a triumph of philanthropy—and a perfect emblem of a national failing.
Or rather, a series of national failings. In a healthy democracy, the world’s richest man wouldn’t be able to painlessly make a $10 billion donation. His fortune would be mitigated by the tax collector; antitrust laws would constrain the growth of his business. Instead of relying on a tycoon to bankroll the national response to an existential crisis, there would be a national response.
But in an age of political dysfunction, Bezos has begun to subsume the powers of the state. Where the government once funded the ambitious exploration of space, Bezos is leading that project, spending a billion dollars each year to build rockets and rovers. His company, Amazon, is spearheading an experimental effort to fix American health care; it will also spend $700 million to retrain workers in the shadow of automation and displacement. Meanwhile, swaths of the federal government have contracted with Amazon to keep data on the company’s servers. Bezos is providing the vital infrastructure of state. When Amazon locates its second headquarters on the Potomac, staring across the river at the capital, it will provide a perfect geographic encapsulation of the new balance of power.
It’s not unheard-of for members of Congress to resign their seats because of serious legal trouble. Now Republican House candidate Danielle Stella is trying to achieve the inverse: getting elected to Congress while being wanted by the law.
Stella, one of the five Republicans competing for the right to take on Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) in November, has been wanted for months on an arrest warrant for felony shoplifting. Even while facing arrest, though, she’s managed to achieve a respectable fundraising haul—nearly $84,000 as of the end of 2019—and built up a following on social media, where, well, she’s made some waves.
Stella first stirred the pot in July over tweets suggesting she supports the QAnon conspiracy theory, which claims that Trump is engaged in a ceaseless secret war against high-ranking pedophile-cannibals in the halls of power. At the same time, The Guardian reported that she had been arrested twice in the Minneapolis area’s Hennepin County on shoplifting charges, including an allegation that she stole $2,300 from Target.
The Daily Beast