The White Stripes are pissed. Just two days ago, former band members Jack White and Meg White made a rare joint statement to denounce presidential candidate and all-around terrifying human being Donald Trump‘s use of their song “Seven Nation Army” at his campaign rallies. Jack White is a very vocal member of the music community, while Meg White has faded into recluse since they disbanded, so Trump’s use of their song must have really struck a nerve if she was involved in a public statement. The Stripes did not mince words, making their feelings perfectly clear on the matter, as you can see below.Well, the Stripes’ outrage continues, as they have now released an anti-Trump t-shirt for sale on the website for Jack White’s Third Man Records. The shirt says “Icky Trump” on the front, a play on their hit single “Icky Thump”, with a verse of lyrics from the song on the back of the shirt that perfectly matches their anti-Trump sentiment. The verse reads:White Americans? What?Nothing better to do?Why don’t you kick yourself out?You’re an immigrant too.Who’s using who?What should we do?Well, you can’t be a pimpAnd a prostitute too.Pretty powerful and spot on stuff. You can purchase the “Icky Trump” t-shirt for $25 at this link.
May 15, 2002 Regular News Supreme Court Historical Society to gather in Boca Supreme Court Historical Society to gather in Boca The 20th annual meeting of the Florida Supreme Court Historical Society is scheduled for May 20 in Boca Raton in conjunction with The Florida Bar Annual Meeting. The historical society meeting will take place at the Boca Raton Resort & Club, in Estate Ballroom 1, at 10 a.m.Among the items on the meeting agenda is a vote on two revisions to the organization’s articles of incorporation proposed by society trustees. A recommended revision to Article V.1 would allow the society to have one or more vice presidents (rather than a single vice president), and a proposed change to Article X would make the language gender-neutral.Tallahassee lawyers W. Dexter Douglass, the Historical Society’s president, will review the organization’s accomplishments during the past year, as well as anticipated future activities.All members and prospective members are encouraged to attend.In addition, the Historical Society will have an exhibit table at the Bar’s Annual Meeting detailing the group’s programs and its plans for preserving Florida’s judicial history and educating the public.
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and NOAA, joined by partners Shell and TransRe, have announced $30 million in new grants to support coastal resilience projects in 23 states and U.S. territories.The grants will restore or expand natural features such as coastal marshes and wetlands, dune and beach systems, coastal rivers, and barrier islands that help minimize the impacts of storms, rising sea levels and other extreme events on nearby communities and habitats.The 44 grants will generate $60 million in matching contributions for a total conservation impact of $90 million.“CPRA is proud of its partnership with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation,” said CPRA Chairman Chip Kline. “These projects were strategically selected because of the benefits they provide to our coast and their consistency with Louisiana’s Coastal Master Plan, and will further strengthen the resilience of coastal Louisiana.”A complete list of the 2019 grants made through the National Coastal Resilience Fund is available here.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThe Ossineke United Methodist Church will be hosting a Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency produce give away next week. The event will be held on Monday August 14th at the church parking lot from 10 am until 1 pm or until the produce is gone.The give away will be open to all residents of Alpena, or Alcona counties. There are no income qualifications, but you must bring your own bags to shop.For more details please call 989–358–4708.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: NEMSCA, NEMSCA’S Produce Give-away, Ossineke United Methodist Church, ProduceContinue ReadingPrevious Senator Gary Peters Still Urges Those Who Love the Sanctuary to Make Public CommentNext Besser Museum Shows Us How To Protect Our Eyes For The Solar Eclipse
The worst stadium disaster in Africa which occurred at the Accra Sports Stadium in 2001.The lives of 126 football fans were lost during the Ghana Premier League derby between rivals Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko.Kotoko fans threw plastic seats and bottles onto the pitch after Hearts struck late to beat them 2-1 in a Ghana Premier League game.Police fired tear gas into the crowd which caused panic and resulted in a stampede in the Ade Coker stand which now christened May 9 stand.
Wellington Police notes for Tuesday, November 25, 2014:â€¢7 p.m. Officers investigated domestic battery and criminal damage to property in the 200 block of E. Kansas.â€¢7:39 p.m. Andrew T. Olson, 37, Wellington was arrested, confined and bonded on charges of domestic battery and criminal damage to property.