“In a world where bullies torment kids on social media to devastating effect on a regular basis with insults and name calling, it is sad to see our president engaging in the very same behavior himself. Leaders should lead by example.”- CNN
Time’s Person of the Year: The Silence Breakers.
“The hashtag #MeToo , which to date has provided an umbrella of solidarity for millions of people to come forward with their stories, is part of the picture, but not all of it. This reckoning appears to have sprung up overnight. But it has actually been simmering for years, decades, centuries...These silence breakers have started a revolution of refusal.” - @time | 2017 | 📷: @mlcoppola / Paul Morigi/WireImage / Rena Laverty/AFP / Randy Shropshire / Matt Carr / NBC | #GettyEntertainment
⬅️ Swipe to see the brave, outspoken female celebrities refusing to keep quiet, from Rose McGowan to Ashley Judd, Selma Blair, Alyssa Milano, and more.
Rocked out some classic Beachbody today with Power 90 sweat 1-2 and ab ripper! I broke a serious sweat and laughed a lot. Man, Tony was a dork huh?! 😂 #classicbeachbody
Week 51 is off to a good start. Does she really use a sticker chart? Why yes, yes I do. Life is too freakin’ short to not live your truth. I love stickers and markers mmmmm’kay? #noshameinmygame And at 50 weeks I wouldn’t be judging my method, ya know?! 🤓🤓 #
I’m off to shower and get some food prepped. Peace and love y’all 💕
Nothing demonstrates your strength as a woman better than standing next to signs #nastywoman
The provision calls for a tax deduction on income made from "pass through" entities, like real estate LLCs, including those with few or no employees. It could thus benefit Senator Bob Corker and President Donald Trump, who both have real estate income.
As first reported on by the International Business Times, Senator Corker originally voted against the tax bill, but then supported it after the provision was added. He told IBT in an interview he only read a summary of the bill.