CNN Host Asked What He’d Tell Little Girl Who ‘Doesn’t Want to See a Penis’ in Locker Room — and Wow

CNN Host Asked What He’d Tell Little Girl Who ‘Doesn’t Want to See a Penis’ in Locker Room — and Wow

This is what the Democrats have come to and it’s not family friendly.

“Cuomo then responded, “I wonder if she is the problem or her overprotective and intolerant dad? teach tolerance.”

Cuomo erased the tweet from his profile, but many of his critics were happy to preserve it for him:…

Chris Cuomo of CNN prime example of lefts perverse willingness to sacrifice young girls for ideology.  

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I Love The Guy, Nobody Is More Entertaining 

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Commissioner Fritz to close office, fly staff to Arizona for diversity training 

Commissioner Amanda Fritz says she will close her office next week to take her six staff members to a retreat in Arizona to learn about diversity at a cost of roughly $40,000.

Source: Commissioner Fritz to close office, fly staff to Arizona for diversity training | OregonLive.com

“Fritz and her staff, about half of whom are people of color, plan to spend at least 3 1/2 days in Tubac, Arizona, near the Mexican border, participating in a diversity workshop put on by a Portland-based company, White Men as Full Diversity Partners.

The sessions are meant to help participants understand their role and personal stake in their group’s inclusion efforts and to “understand how systemic racism, sexism, heterosexism and classism operate as systemic advantage in their work, community and personal lives,” the organization’s website says.”

Does this mean that they have been discriminating against White Men and need to stop being racist and sexist? I think so.

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Trump Derangement Syndrome: It’s Real, It’s Painful, It’s Good for Business

“In her 35 years as a therapist, Arlene Drake has never heard so many clients talking about the same issue. Week after week, they complain of panic attacks and insomnia because of President Trump . They’re too anxious to concentrate at work. One woman’s fear turned into intense, physical pain. ”

Source: Why therapists are having such a hard time talking about Trump – LA Times

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Feds Don’t Know How Many Scientists Fake Their Data

Feds Don’t Know How Many Scientists Fake Their Data | The Daily Caller

Trust me, I’m a Scientist. Flawed humans all!

“NSF’s Inspector General (IG) — the agency’s internal watchdog — closed 74 investigations over the last two years that caught researchers plagiarizing, manipulating data, stealing, wasting government money, or committing other fraud

The cases include researchers who falsified data, plagiarized other work, spent NSF money on personal expenses, invented fictitious employees, used taxpayer dollars for online gambling, and much, much more. Some researchers saw jail time for their misdeeds, while others made genuine mistakes – which still threatened or wasted taxpayer dollars

….One case alone accounted for $9.1 million of the waste. A university – whose name was redacted – “misused” funds related to 11 NSF awards. The matter was settled out of court, but the amount paid back to the government was redacted.

In fact, most of the cases were redacted and contained varying levels of information. The scientists and the names of institutions – which were frequently universities – were always redacted, even when individuals received convictions.

One researcher was caught trying to use NSF funds to pay for personal charges, such as “patio furniture, cell phones and a rental apartment,” a report said.

Another scientist “falsified data in three publications, each since retracted,” a second report said. The researcher was banned from receiving NSF funds for three years.”

Redacting the names of the convicted should be banned , including the names of the universities that failed to find the fraud.

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Most scientists ‘can’t replicate studies by their peers’

Most scientists ‘can’t replicate studies by their peers’ – BBC News

It’s not fraud, no it’s worse than that! Total system collapse.

“The authors should have done it themselves before publication, and all you have to do is read the methods section in the paper and follow the instructions.

Sadly nothing, it seems, could be further from the truth. …

Now professor of biological psychology at Bristol University, he almost gave up on a career in science when, as a PhD student, he failed to reproduce a textbook study on anxiety.

“I had a crisis of confidence. I thought maybe it’s me, maybe I didn’t run my study well, maybe I’m not cut out to be a scientist.”

The problem, it turned out, was not with Marcus Munafo’s science, but with the way the scientific literature had been “tidied up” to present a much clearer, more robust outcome.

“What we see in the published literature is a highly curated version of what’s actually happened,” he says…

“It’s about a culture that promotes impact over substance, flashy findings over the dull, confirmatory work that most of science is about.”

She says it’s about the funding bodies that want to secure the biggest bang for their bucks, the peer review journals that vie to publish the most exciting breakthroughs, the institutes and universities that measure success in grants won and papers published and the ambition of the researchers themselves. 

“Everyone has to take a share of the blame,” she argues. “The way the system is set up encourages less than optimal outcomes.”

The problem is even worse in climate science since it can not be replicated in a laboratory. Climate projections are by nature conceptual  models. Even worse climate scientists do not release temperature source data, computer source code or a complete methodology of their process. It’s totally opaque. Their motto is ‘Trust me I’m a Climate Scientist’.

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Crybullies

Source: Maggie’s Farm

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Why the MSM Is Ignoring Trump’s Sex Trafficking Busts

Why the MSM Is Ignoring Trump’s Sex Trafficking Busts – Liz Crokin

“since Trump took office. There have been a staggering 1,500-plus arrests in one short month; compare that to less than 400 sex trafficking-related arrests in 2014 according to the FBI.”

 

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