A Billboard In Croatia

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Sep 192017

We need to plaster these billboards all over California, Texas, and our whole southern border. The triggering would be so epic!

A Billboard In Croatia

From The Telegraph:

A Croatian language school has launched a new billboard in Zagreb depicting First Lady Melania Trump with the line: “Just imagine how far you can go with a little bit of English.”

The campaign was launched by the Američki Institut, a centre for the promotion of American culture based in the Croatian capital.

On Thursday the centre posted on Facebook a picture of the billboard showing a painting by a local artist of the first lady in front of an American flag with the message: “We entered the billboard game”.

The marketing campaign aims to remind people “of the importance of knowing the world of languages ​​and how much knowledge is essential for international success,” said Brett Campbell, Institut’s co-founder, in an interview with local newspaper Vecernji List.

“We are witnessing the great wave of emigration of Croatians who are looking for their fortunes in Anglo-Saxon countries, such as Ireland, Canada, Australia etc.

“If you are well-versed in English, in these markets you can go very far. And we can help you, ” the Boston-native said.

The campaign is the work of Ivis Burić, Vecernji List reported.

“People can have all sorts of opinions about Melania Trump, but they can not deny her the success she deserves and her knowledge of English,” she said.

“Not everyone can not become one of the most powerful women in the world.”

Mrs Trump, who was born in Slovenia, is fluent German, French and Serbian as well as English and Slovenian.




President Trump Signs Bills Targeted At Recruiting More Women In STEM Careers

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Mar 032017
President Trump signed two executive orders aimed at recruiting more women in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
President Trump Signs Bills Targeted At Recruiting More Women In STEM Careers

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February 2017 ended on a positive note, as President Trump used his power as President to sign two bills which are designed to recruit more women into science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) jobs. At the Oval Office, Trump mentioned that it is unfair that only 1 in 4 women with a degree in one of these areas works in the field.

The first bill, HR321, authorizes NASA to actively ramp up its attempts to recruit and encourage more young women into going into STEM careers. It also requires the space organization to report to Congress on its plans for achieving the goals outlined in the legislation.

Bill HR 255 authorizes the National Science Foundation (NSF), the source of nearly one-fourth of all federally supported scientific research, to boost its recruitment efforts. Females who graduate in STEM subjects will be assisted in taking up STEM careers, particularly in the worlds of both academia and industry.

Though some fine details of the bills are somewhat lacking, both received bipartisan support in Congress, reports the Chicago Tribune.

As IFLScience points out, in 2012, a US census discovered that just 25% of men and women with a bachelor’s in a STEM subject find work in a STEM field. The main issue seems to be the lack of funding and career support for science-based fields.

Though most of the Executive orders signed by President Trump have outraged die-hard Obama and Hillary Clinton loyalists across the U.S., this latest move is being applauded by nearly everyone.

Empowered Women - Ivanka Trump


Media Bias – In The Tank For Hillary

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Aug 272016

Media bias clear as glass.

Here are two articles about the outfits worn at national political conventions. One is about Melania Trump and the other is about Hillary Clinton. They are both written by Elizabeth Wellington of the Philadelphia Inquirer nine days apart.

See if you notice any difference between the two:

Media bias - In The Tank For Crooked Hillary

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via iOTWreport and Hopelessly Partisan