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  • Barron Trump 13 Is Almost An Entire Head Taller Than Dad Donald Now — He’s Grown So Much In New Pics

    01/19/2020 1:03:20 PM PST · by 4Liberty · 90 replies
    Hollywood Life ^ | January 17, 2020 | Jade Boren
    The Trumps embarked on a family getaway to Mar-a-Lago on Jan. 17, and they were pictured striding side-by-side towards Marine One. That gave a clear picture of just how tall Barron is compared to his dad, Donald! Barron Trump, 13, is not just taller than his dad Donald, 73 — he’s almost a head taller! This was apparent in a photo of Barron strolling besides his parents Donald and Melania Trump, 49, as they made their way across The White House’s South Lawn to board Marine One on Jan. 17. While the trio was en route for a weekend of...
  • Leftists Hate Manly Men

    02/10/2018 4:04:57 PM PST · by real saxophonist · 49 replies
    YouTube ^ | 31 Jan 18 | Reid Henrichs
    Leftists Hate Manly Men
  • Police: 90-year-old woman shoots husband in back

    02/23/2017 12:21:26 PM PST · by simpson96 · 29 replies
    WALB News10 ^ | 2/20/2017 | Catherine Patterson
    DOUGHERTY CO., GA (WALB) - A 90-year-old woman was charged with aggravated assault, after police said she shot her husband. Police said Emma Walton was arrested around midnight on Saturday. It happened on the 2900 block of Radium Springs Road in Albany. Investigators said Walton and her 86-year-old husband got into an argument. The argument escalated and police said Walton shot him in the back. "He was shot with a .38 caliber revolver," said Dougherty County Police Lieutenant Stephen Mitchum. "And the projectile actually went through his back and came out the front of him." Walton's husband was released from...
  • National Portrait Gallery Installs Photo Of President-Elect Trump

    01/16/2017 1:42:56 AM PST · by · 24 replies ^ | January 13, 2017· | Becky Harlan
    A 1989 photograph of Donald Trump tossing a red apple was installed today at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. The museum is known for having one of two complete collections of presidential portraits, the other belonging to the White House. This portrait of President-elect Donald Trump, however, isn't one of those official presidential portraits. The image by photographer Michael O'Brien became part of the museum's collection in 2011 as a gift from Bill and Sally Wittliff, along with 16 other portraits taken by O'Brien. While it wasn't known at the time that the photograph would one day...
  • Right-wing people are better looking than those on the left, study claims (we all knew that)

    01/11/2017 7:39:45 PM PST · by max americana · 29 replies
    indy100 ^ | 1/11/17 | ana swanson
    Research has found that being attractive influences many things in a person's life -- their salary, their popularity and grades in school, even the prison sentences they receive. So why not their politics? A recently published study in the Journal of Public Economics concludes that the attractiveness of a candidate does correlate with their politics. They find that politicians on the right are more good looking in Europe, the United States and Australia. The study shows correlation, not causation, but the researchers float a simple economic explanation for why this might happen. Numerous studies have shown that good-looking people are...
  • Revealed: the man deported from Saudi Arabia for being too handsome (true story)

    08/09/2014 1:36:07 PM PDT · by Innovative · 45 replies
    The Week, UK ^ | 2013 Apr 25 | The Week, UK
    WITH HIS dreamy eyes, well-groomed beard and razor-sharp cheekbones, Omar Borkan Al Gala is undeniably handsome. And according to US website Jezebel he’s one of three men who were deported last week from Saudi Arabia - reportedly because of his good looks. The first images of the swoonsome Dubai-based actor and photographer emerged after Arabic newspaper Elaph reported a trio of hunks had been deported from Saudi Arabia over fears women would find them irresistible.
  • A President Romney would make no apologies

    03/26/2010 6:35:28 PM PDT · by pietraynor · 130 replies · 1,544+ views
    The Lowell Sun ^ | 03/26/2010 | Peter Lucas
    Here is one thing I am certain about: A President Mitt Romney would never have bowed to anyone -- not to Saudi King Abdullah, not to Japanese Emperor Akihito. Here's another thing: A President Romney would not have traveled around the world badmouthing his country and making apologies for it. Here's a third: A President Romney would never have ordered the closing of the prison at Guantanamo Bay or lowered the American flag in Haiti.
  • Handsome By Chance: Why Humans Look Different From Neanderthals

    08/19/2007 5:45:36 PM PDT · by blam · 53 replies · 1,874+ views
    Science Daily ^ | 8-16-2007 | U/C Davis
    Source: University of California, Davis Date: August 16, 2007 Handsome By Chance: Why Humans Look Different From Neanderthals Science Daily — Chance, not natural selection, best explains why the modern human skull looks so different from that of its Neanderthal relative, according to a new study led by Tim Weaver, assistant professor of anthropology at UC Davis. Model of the Neanderthal man. Exhibited in the Dinosaur Park Münchehagen, Germany. (Credit: iStockphoto/Klaus Nilkens) "For 150 years, scientists have tried to decipher why Neanderthal skulls are different from those of modern humans," Weaver said. "Most accounts have emphasized natural selection and the...
  • Alarming News About Handsome Men

    04/09/2006 7:18:01 AM PDT · by twippo · 18 replies · 679+ views
    Netscape Channels ^ | 4/9/06 | Netscape Channels
    Ladies, beware of dashing men. They could be dangerous. Young men who are good-looking and know it are more likely to engage in risky sex than guys who have a less positive body image, according to a new study from researchers at Pennsylvania State University. However, sexually active young women who are happy with their looks are less likely to undertake those same risks, which include having sex without condoms and sex with multiple partners. The study: Led by Dr. Eva S. Lefkowitz, associate professor of human development and family studies, and graduate student Meghan M. Gillen, the Penn State...
  • Hollywood, Michael Moore and the Democrats

    01/07/2005 9:50:35 PM PST · by Kitten Festival · 2 replies · 433+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | Jan. 7, 2005 | Thomas Lifson
    Chris Whittle, who edits Sunday Morning Shootout ... has a fascinating, wide ranging post on his site Eject! Eject! Eject!, which hits many of my political-entertainment industry buttons. The amn knows whereof he speaks, and has a lot of worthwhile thoughts. >>There are only eight conservative actors in the history of Hollywood, and five of them have been elected to high office. (The sixth was elected president of the National Rifle Association, the seventh was elected Mayor of Carmel, California on a pro-business platform, and John Wayne had the class to never run for – or from – anything.) If,...
  • Handsome men evolved thanks to picky females

    05/12/2004 4:08:11 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 78 replies · 394+ views
    New Scientist ^ | 5/12/04 | Andy Coghlan
    Today's handsome hunks may owe their good looks to a sexual power shift towards the fair sex during primate evolution. As our ancestors evolved, the ability to attract a female mate through good looks became may have become more important in the mating stakes than the ability to fight off male rivals, suggests a new study. By analysing the shapes and sizes of facial features in chimps, gorillas and other primates, researchers in Germany and the University of Cambridge, UK, found evidence suggesting that our ancestors may have gradually sacrificed fighting for wooing. "Our research suggests that in early humans,...
  • A Day in the Life of President Bush (photos) - July 23, 2003

    07/23/2003 5:36:05 PM PDT · by ohioWfan · 353 replies · 804+ views,, | 7/23/03 | ohioWfan
    President Bush, flanked by Secretary of State Donald Rumsfeld, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Gen. Richard B. Myers, and U.S. Administrator in Iraq, Paul Bremer, spoke this morning in the White House Rose Garden regarding the killing of the monstrous sons of Saddam Hussein, Uday and Qusay yesterday, and the positive effect it would have on the Iraqi people, and citing the great progress that has been made by the Coalition Forces in Iraq. Later in the morning he welcomed former President of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel, and Argentine President Nestor Kirchner in the Oval Office. He also found...