got·cha informal exclamation I have got you (used to express satisfaction at having captured or defeated someone or uncovered their faults). noun an instance of publicly tricking someone or exposing them to ridicule, especially by means of an elaborate deception. jour·nal·ism noun the activity or profession of writing for newspapers, magazines, or news […]Read more "Trump Press Conference and Gotcha Journalism"
Stephanie Dolce’s sassy, raw, controversial, and to-the-point writing has captured the minds, hearts and even souls of millions worldwide. In a recent blog post, the feminist explains why she does not support the women’s march in America… Credit: Stephanie Dolce This WOMAN does not support it. They call it a women’s march but it’s only […]Read more "This Woman Explains Why She Does NOT Support The Women’s March"
Stay composed. This is not the proper place to argue. Politics is not a good conversation starter. Not here. Not now, at least. I’d avoid bringing up the election in public. Someone might get off… Source: “I digress.” — How To Talk PoliticsRead more "“I digress.” — How To Talk Politics"
http://blogs.webmd.com/art-of-relationships/2016/12/when-its-hard-to-agree-to-disagree.html Political differences have divided the country in this last year, and will likely continue to do so for some time. For many couples and friends, this national conflict is played out in their very personal relationships. As with other areas of strong disagreement, people often choose to avoid the hot topics all together. But […]Read more "Clinton V. Trump"
http://usat.ly/2fL88Ut Donald Trump and his family will live in the White House, though the President-elect will start out on 1600 Pennsylvania alone. There have been a lot of reports swirling that the businessman, who owns glitzy properties across the nation and world, may forgo the opportunity to move into the White House. But on Sunday […]Read more "Donald Trump in White House???"