The seven dumbest arguments in defense of Trump

Donald Trump is headed for a colossal loss, but his defenders seem oblivious to the demise of their own credibility, to the extent they still have any. It’s remarkable people are making such horrifically awful arguments in his defense: 1. Why didn’t these women come forward sooner? Donald Trump.  Photo: Scott Olson This is classic blaming the victim. (Why didn’t the kids molested by priests come forward sooner?) Aside from the obvious barriers to raising claims against powerful people, Trump invited this on himself by insisting he respected women and by denying in the last debate that he ever engaged in the behaviour he had bragged about on the “Access Hollywood” tape. 2. But you didn’t believe Bill Clinton’s accusers. This is dumb on multiple levels. Some of …

How to Build Muscles: 5 Foods That Can Help You Does your new fitness strategy involve building muscles? Are you looking for foods that can help you do so? Here's what you need to know. Food is the cellular foundation through which optimal health and fitness can be obtained. To begin any fitness journey or to lead a healthy lifestyle, a balanced diet with the right food in the right quantities at the right time is critical. There are various food groups that should be included in your daily diet to provide you with the required nutrients - carbohydrates, protein, fats, minerals, vitamins, etc. Omission of any major food group could result in various disadvantages and ailments, including muscle loss. Here are some points to remember: A diet that is balanced and contains lean meats and garden vegetables...

Notice how social media sites like Twitter aren't banning accounts of Leftists ... Memo to the idiots who have been brainwashed by the Left into thinking you can say whatever you want about President-elect Trump because, you know, he's not President Obama or Hillary Clinton: You can't. In fact, depending upon what you say, you might just find yourself being paid a visit by the Secret Service or the FBI – or both.I'll explain, but first, here's an additional shout-out to the Leftist, Kool-aid-drinking tech lords of social media: Not only are you monumental hypocrites, you're liable to be considered accessories to the alarming number of very public assassination threats against our next president of the United States.As noted by AllNewsPipeline, Trump's unexpected election victory over the highly compromised and oft-investigated Hillary Clinton...

Far-right group to rally in Melbourne as Springvale fire tragedy fuels racism on social ... Fears are growing that a far-right rally planned for Sunday in Melbourne may become a flashpoint between rival groups as tensions rise in the wake of the Springvale Commonwealth Bank fire.  One business near the site of the planned protests has already decided to remove tables and chairs and lock customers inside, fearing street furniture could be used as weapons if the protest turns ugly. Members of Reclaim Australia clash with Antifa, the militant arm of Rally against Racism, during simultaneous rallies between the ideologically opposed groups in Melton on November 22, 2015 in Melbourne. Photo: Chris Hopkins It is believed the man alleged to have started the fire is a 21-year-old Muslim asylum seeker who arrived from Myanmar in 2012 or 2013.  Far-right groups have been quick ...

Trainer Joseph Ible chasing first Sydney winner with Major Sharpe in Highway Handicap Canberra trainer Joseph Ible is a young man building a career and he hopes for a first city winner when Major Sharpe takes on the Highway Handicap at Rosehill on Saturday. It would be a birthday present of sorts for Ible, who turned 27 this week, to win his first Highway Handicap with Major Sharpe, who was bred by his father, bloodstock agent Darrell, and is the pick of his stable, which numbers 10. "We are building the numbers and quality each year and Dad is helping to get the right horses and clients," Ible said. "We think he is a really nice horse that just hasn't had the best of luck at a couple of his recent starts. "He has the quality to win one of these ...

Glenhuntly station attack: Man charged after allegedly pushing women onto railway tracks A 47-year-old man is facing attempted murder charges after a group of women were randomly attacked and pushed onto the tracks at a Melbourne train station on Sunday. Did you see the attack? Email scoop@theage.com.au Police at the scene. Photo: Seven News The alleged rampage could have easily turned fatal, police said, after the man used a large kitchen knife to slice a woman's handbag during the mid-morning ordeal. When the knife broke, police allege the man attacked train passengers who were waiting at Glenhuntly station, reportedly as a train was approaching, and began pushing them off the platform. Police at Glenhuntly station. Photo: Seven News "It is alleged the man assaulted five women," a police spokeswoman said. Police had earlier said ...

Improving your posture could help reduce muscle pain, joint pain and headaches If you often find yourself suffering from neck and back pain, you may have blamed your pillow or even your bed for the discomfort, but the problem might have nothing to do with your furniture and everything to do with the way you carry yourself.Many of us spend a lot of time hunched over our computers, looking down at our phones or keeping our heads down while walking to avoid making eye contact with strangers, and this is having an adverse effect on our energy levels. A downward gaze serves to contract flexor muscles in the front of your body, and we need to counteract this by activating the extensor muscles in our backs to remain upright.While it's not surprising that having the correct posture...

SA Redbacks' Travis Head dominates Victoria on day one of Sheffield Shield clash SA captain Travis Head has taken another step towards Test cricket with his first Sheffield Shield ton of the summer. Head dominated day one of the Shield match against Victoria, scoring 130 on Saturday at the MCG as the Redbacks reached stumps at 5-360. Full steam a Head: Travis Head made a century on Saturday. Photo: Getty Images Victoria won the toss and after a solid start from SA, had them faltering at 2-84 and then 4-133. But after opener Jake Weatherald had made 88, Head combined with Tom Cooper for a fourth-wicket stand of 188 that ensured SA would finish the day on top. Cooper was 93 at stumps and Alex Carey had made 17. The glaring disappointment for SA on Saturday was Test discard Callum Ferguson, whose run of bad form continued ...