Like pretty much every other person around the world, I am obsessed with Instagram. I have eschewed indulging in other popular apps such as Snapchat, because I crave that instant gratification after uploading a photo! Showcasing off my life, raking in the likes, and most importantly, selecting the best hashtags that will guarantee me more followers. I completely recognize how silly it is, but I can’t help take it all so seriously. The thing with photo-sharing apps that constantly
Many are on the side of But a free country where protesting is legal and encouraged is what our military fights to protect every day. Just ask John Middlemas. John is a 97-year-old Navy veteran who served on submarines for 21 years, during World War II, the Korean War, and the Cold War. And on Sunday he took a knee in solidarity: My grandpa is a 97 year-old WWII vet & Missouri farmer who wanted to join w/ those
On Sept. 27, photographer Brendan Smialowski snapped this photo while traveling with President Donald Trump's motorcade in Indianapolis. Photo by Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images. The president was in town to deliver a speech on tax reform. On the right side of the frame is Marvin L. Boatright, a 60-year-old U.S. Army veteran. In the photo, he's wearing an American Legion cap and has the U.S. flag folded in his arms. Notably, he is also kneeling. Photo by Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images.
A Florida woman is receiving the internet’s praise for beating up a racist white woman in a fight that was recorded and posted to social media. “Before the start of the video… the woman in the blue dress apparently said something racist about Haitians to ,” Root. Dagg explained in a tweet why she stood up against the racist white woman. She added that “peace and understanding” will only come after white people validate the country’s history of racism.