Supreme Court Reinstates Trump Travel Ban from Muslim-Majority Countries

The Supreme Court of the United States announced Monday that it will review the lower court injunctions blocking enforcement of President Donald Trump’s executive order barring travel from six Muslim-majority countries.

This Yoplait Ad Goes Out To Every Mom Who’s Been Judged

A new ad from Yoplait is taking on a phenomenon mothers know all too well: mom judgment. 

The yogurt company launched a new campaign called “Mom On” to salute and empower parents. As a press release for the initiative notes, “Yoplait is standing up for moms everywhere by shedding light on this daily issue and helping disarm the judgment through a blend of humor, confidence-building and empathy for all of those taking on the most challenging job in the world.” 

As part of the campaign, Yoplait released an video with the same title. “Mom On” shows different mothers going through their daily lives and facing judgment as they do things like breastfeed in public, go to work and wear yoga pants. Ultimately, the ad encourages women to do whatever feels right for their families ― criticism be damned.

“As we’ve talked with moms over the years, mom judgment comes up frequently and is something we want to help them disarm,” Yoplait marketing communications senior manager Susan Pitt, stated in the press release. “We know how much moms love their kids and don’t want to be boxed into one right way to mom, so Yoplait is surrounding moms with support and telling them, ‘You’ve got this! Mom On.’”

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Fox Sports’ Clay Travis: Tebow Will Make It to the Big Leagues This Year

Tim Tebow
During Monday’s Fox Sports Radio show “Outkick the Coverage,” host Clay Travis predicted New York Mets minor league outfielder Tim Tebow will make it to the majors by the end of the season. The Mets promoted Tebow to High-A St. Lucie Mets despite the 29-year-old prospect hitting .220 with three home runs, 23 RBI and 69 strikeouts in 64 games with the Class-A Columbia Fireflies. Travis thinks the Mets are aiming to get Tebow to New York this season to build up fan interest after their abysmal season plagued by injuries. “The Mets are out of the race already, they’re like 12 games back, whatever it is. It’s going to end with [Tebow] being promoted in the major leagues this year. I think that’s the trajectory that they’re on. Because if they can get him to Double-A before the minor league season ends, then promoting him from Double-A to the major leagues is not a ridiculous proposition. And the Mets are going to need to get people in the stands. They are going to need to sell gear. They are going to need to have a reason why Mets fans care at all about late September and early October. Tim Tebow’s gonna play

Bill Cosby’s Reps Now Say Town Halls Won’t Be About Sexual Assault

Five days ago, Bill Cosby’s spokespeople announced that town halls featuring the disgraced comedian were in the works, because “anything at this point can be considered sexual assault and it’s a good thing to be educated about the law.” Now they are backtracking on the idea that these town halls have anything to do with sexual assault. Instead, these town halls will reportedly focus on restoring Cosby’s legacy.

Andrew Wyatt and Ebonee Benson appeared on “Good Day Alabama” on June 21 to discuss the mistrial that was declared the weekend prior in the sexual assault case against Cosby. During the interview, they also said that they were in the process of planning town halls around the country.

“We are now planning town halls and we’re gonna be coming to this city sometime in July,” Wyatt said. “To talk to young people because this is bigger than Bill Cosby. This issue can affect any young person, especially young athletes of today. And they need to know what they’re facing when they’re hanging out and partying, when they’re doing certain things that they shouldn’t be doing — and it also affects married men.”

Ebonee added: “Laws are changing. The statute of limitations for victims of sexual assault are being extended. So, this is why people need to be educated on a brush against the shoulder, you know anything at this point can be considered sexual assault and it’s a good thing to be educated about the laws.”

Hmmm…. that sure sounds like a discussion of sexual assault and sexual assault legislation to us! 

On June 22, Wyatt expanded on the purpose of these town halls in a statement to HuffPost. He wrote that he and Benson had “received hundreds of calls from civic organizations and churches requesting for Mr. Cosby to speak to young men and women about the judicial system.”

He further explained: “These groups would like for Mr. Cosby to share that people in the judicial system can use their powers to annul deals for personal agenda and political ambitions.”

But on CNN New Day Weekend on Sunday, Benson told Christi Paul a very different story.

“I just want to be clear. The town hall meetings are not about sexual assault. I will repeat. These town hall meetings are not about sexual assault,” she said.

#BillCosby publicists toldus @CNN his town hall tours r abt restoring his legacy-that’s not what they said earlier https://t.co/mlntX1aIKO

— Christi Paul (@Christi_Paul) June 25, 2017

Benson then blamed the media for “sensationalizing” the initial story.

“When we initially talked about the town hall meetings it was about restoration of legacy. Much to what Mrs. Cosby spoke on in her statement is the sensationalism brought on by the media,” Benson said. “This is another example of that. To take something that was meant to talk about the restoration of this man’s legacy that was destroyed by the media before he even had a chance to step into the courtroom. That’s what this is about.”

It remains to be seen what of Cosby’s legacy these town hall speeches will be attempting to restore. The comedian has not been acquitted of the sexual assault charges brought by Andrea Constand, and Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele has said that he intends to retry the case.

In total, Cosby has been publicly accused of sexually assaulting or harassing nearly 60 women.

H/T Jezebel

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Nancy Pelosi: ‘If Hillary Clinton Had Won, I Might Have Gone Home’


Monday on “CBS This Morning,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) responded to calls from some of her colleagues that she should step down as minority leader. Pelosi dismissed those calls and continued to claim she was a “master legislator.” She said that if Hillary Clinton had won the presidency last November, she might have “gone home.” “Let me tell you why I should stay, instead,” she said. “I’m a master legislator. I’m experienced in terms of knowing the institutional memory of the Congress. If Hillary Clinton had won, I might have gone home. But with Donald Trump in the White House, with a Republican majority in both houses — no way.” Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor  

Eric Trump’s Haircut Reminds Twitter Of A Certain White Nationalist

“It’s OK to make fun of Nazi haircuts.”

Eric Trump’s New Haircut Reminds Twitter Of A Certain White Nationalist

“It’s OK to make fun of Nazi haircuts.”

Eric Trump’s New Haircut Reminds Twitter Of A Certain White Nationalist

Eric Trump, the son of President Donald Trump who thinks people who oppose his dad are “not even people,” got a haircut over the weekend.

The 33-year-old debuted the new look during a Fox News appearance on Sunday and Twitter had some serious thoughts: 

.@EricTrump rocking a new hair cut. pic.twitter.com/wEpuQ5z5iQ

— andrew kaczynski (@KFILE) June 25, 2017

Many thought the haircut made him resemble white nationalist Richard Spencer: 

 

“Give me the Richard Spencer fam”

— Calvin (@calvinstowell) June 25, 2017

Eric Trump’s new haircut looks familiar pic.twitter.com/IeAissufcl

— Toby Keef (@BahaMan69) June 25, 2017

Looks like the Richard Spencer alt right special

— Chris (@bigtrix36) June 25, 2017

Was Richard Spencer his inspiration?

— kristin (@kristinj77) June 26, 2017

There were also comments about fascists and Nazis: 

https://t.co/Mt5i8PvMN8

— Eric Spiegelman (@ericspiegelman) June 25, 2017

Eric Trump has a fascist haircut.

This cannot possibly be unintentional. pic.twitter.com/9mqUbwENqQ

— Ali Gharib (@Ali_Gharib) June 25, 2017

It’s not so new. pic.twitter.com/qdq8RpKyW5

— David Slack (@slack2thefuture) June 25, 2017

It’s the ‘Heil and Tight’.

— CD (@cdharrison) June 26, 2017

For those saying, “It’s just a haircut, we shouldn’t make fun of it,” Twitter user Maris Kreizman has the perfect response: 

It’s okay to make fun of Nazi haircuts. pic.twitter.com/cCWLvmGo3p

— Maris Kreizman (@mariskreizman) June 26, 2017

Check out more of Eric Trump’s hairstyles over the years in the slideshow below: 

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Real-Life Wonder Woman Alysia Montaño Just Ran The 800-Meter 5 Months Pregnant

The temperature at the USATF Outdoor Championships in California was 110 degrees last week, but that didn’t stop Alysia Montaño. Neither did her pregnancy. 

The 31-year-old Olympic runner from Queens, New York, wore a Wonder Woman top and bright flowers in her hair for the race at Hornet Stadium in Sacramento Thursday. And, yes, she’s five months pregnant. 

A post shared by Alysia Montaño (@alysiamontano) on Jun 23, 2017 at 12:33pm PDT

“I came here last time at 8 months pregnant in 2014 and it was such an amazing experience,” she told Team USA. Adding: “There is something about coming out to any venue not really expecting to win but going along with the journey and seeing what comes out of it.” 

While she might have finished last in her first-round heat with a time of 2 minutes and 21.40 seconds, Montaño beat her 2014 time by nearly 11 seconds, USA Today noted.

She… 

… did … 

… that. 

Montaño’s Wonder Woman top speaks to her role as a “fighter for good,” she told Team USA, and those flowers in her hair represent strength.

“The flower to me means strength with femininity,” she is quoted saying in a message on her website. “I think that a lot of people say things like you run like a girl. That doesn’t mean you have to run soft or you have to run dainty. It means that you’re strong.” 

Speaking of style choices, Montaño’s daughter, Linnea, nearly 3 years old, was waiting for her at the finish line wearing a “Strong Like Mom” T-shirt. 

7x U.S. 800m champion Alysia Montaño created one of the most viral moments of #USATFOutdoors https://t.co/1wJJSsJOlx #WonderWoman pic.twitter.com/zZ7IpTMsze

— FloTrack (@FloTrack) June 23, 2017

After running while pregnant back in 2014, she spoke about what life is like for a professional female athlete and mother. 

“We see so many people in different avenues of their life start their family and it looks so different for a professional athlete, especially a female professional athlete,” she said, per FloTrack. “This is what it looks like to be a professional athlete as a woman and still continuing on with your career … this is my normal this year.” 

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