The subjects referenced in the article, the political pundits (like Candace Owens, who does not have a dog in the fight), have pivoted Telfer’s passion (track and field) into a pulpit for a political referendum on the legitimacy of trans people. For people like her, it does not appear to be genuinely a concern for…
I think you hit some very valid points of false outrage, and the politicizing of a person’s dream/life/passion. How do you suppose the outrage (as false as much of it is) gets resolved? I would find it hard to believe that the only outrage of these situations is coming from politicized conservative loudmouths and…
Bar none, the greatest performance of Matt Damon’s career.
I’m sure the other kid will rise again.
Apparently Alexandre wasn’t afraid of knocking baby in a corner.
There’s enough Notreable fodder here that should inSpire my mind, but maybe it’s a Seine that I can’t come up with one good joke. I’ll be damed.
In the category of housing, it makes absolute sense. I guess my gripe is with requiring this for the offer of other services in which the service may not be of interest or apply to a certain group. Good discussion.
Fair enough. Then perhaps I just categorically disagree that the concept of preference as not being de facto discrimination. Being that all advertising and choices that any human beings make are based upon “preference,” it would appear to be a flaw in the choice of language.
There is the slippery word. “Preference.” Preference is being used to assume de facto discrimination of others. Preferring one, isn’t by default a discrimination of others.
That legislation seems to define the ad “itself” as needing to be discriminatory, not the access to it.
I’m going to play the devil’s advocate here. Would anyone be as upset if this were a situation of billboards advertising million dollar condos NOT being placed in lower income communities?
As an educator who spent the last few years working in high schools (specifically in Marin County, the location of a couple of families indicted), and having had the opportunity to talk with guidance and academic counselors in these schools with extremely well-to-do families and high achieving kids with, too many,…
I have a set on my E39. Perfect styling and size for the body.
Fun Fact, Schnitzer made special spoke inserts for the Type III Wheel to make them appear like they were type IIs.
Whenever I see these cars, I think of an old style inflatable pool raft. All the big tubey shapes. That and my cousin’s hot blonde friend from high school (no Kellyanne) that drove one.
I have purchased my fair share (read: an inappropriate number) of vehicles with higher mileage. It’s a mixture of not being flush with cash, not wanting a car payment, and appreciating older cars.
Sir, your last bit of your comment is the disappointing truth. To win an election for a position to simply enforce rules shouldn’t require a person...
And that is the inherent problem with appointed government. The constituency of California (myself included) has no political recourse (election, or ballot referendum) to take action against such “regulators” for shirking their responsibility. They are appointed personnel by other elected officials, so we can’t “vote”…