This Gubernatorial Candidate Won't Let a Female Reporter Cover His Campaign Without a Male to Accompany Her and His Explanation Just Made It Worse
Mississippi gubernatorial candidate and Tea Party Republican Robert Foster is in hot water after refusing to let a local female reporter shadow his campaign unless a male colleague was present.
People immediately began accusing Foster of sexism for denying professional, talented women reporters equal access to his campaign on the basis of their sex.
Political Analyst Asked Whether Kamala Harris Was 'Being Too Aggressive' During the Debate, and Twitter Made Him Absolutely Regret It
California Senator Kamala Harris dominated on the second night of the first Democratic debate of 2020 presidential candidates according to many people who viewed the event. Harris—born in Oakland, California to a Tamil Indian mother and Jamaican father—is a former district attorney and state Attorney General.
Making her case was a skill Harris excelled at to rise to the level of success she did.
The New York Times Just Changed Their Headline About Nancy Pelosi's Nomination to Be Speaker After Being Called Out for a Sexist Double Standard
As news of the Democratic Party regaining the majority in the House of Representatives spread, so did calls to replace the woman who lead the victory. But the criticism was not coming from new progressive first time winners in the House.
Those calls came mostly from career politicians. Mostly White male career politicians who backed Senator Chuck Schumer's retention of his Senate leadership position and current male House leadership.
Donald Trump Paid Nikki Haley a Questionable Compliment in Their Oval Office Meeting, and Now Women Are Dragging Him Hard
During his announcement of the pending resignation of United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley, President Donald Trump naturally praised her as he has done with all of the people who left his administration.
Trump focused on how friendly and likable Haley was at the UN. She "got to know all the players" according to the President.
A.I.s Tend to Be Racist and Sexist For Exactly the Reason You Think, but Now There May Be a Way to Change That
Artificial intelligence technology has made great strides of late, showing it can perform not just credit worthiness and shopping-behavior algorithms, but interpret what animals are saying, create nude art and even write the next installment of Game of Thrones.
However, it turns out machine learning is missing a critical component of human thought: the ability to not be sexist and racist.