"I voted as a democrat in 2016 and I plan to do the same in 2020," Karlie Kloss Advertisement Karlie Kloss is making exactly what her political views are crystal clear after a Project Runway contestant awkwardly made a joke about her in-laws , the Kushners. During an appearance on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Thursday night, Kloss, 27, was asked to discuss her views in light of the fact that she’s married to Joshua Kushner , the brother of presidential aid and Ivanka Trump ‘s husband Jared Kushner . Get push notifications with news, features and more. + Follow Following You'll get the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. “Andy,” Kloss began, in a matter of fact way. “I’m sure I’m not the only person in this country who does not necessarily agree with their family on politics.” Her response prompted her fellow guest Martha Stewart to say: “Good answer.” … [Read more...] about Karlie Kloss Opens Up About Her Political Views After Viral Kushner Comment on Project Runway
Since its creation in 1990, Rock the Vote has spearheaded campaigns featuring Madonna, Christina Aguilera and so many more, creating a real force for change in on the political landscape. By 25 Oct, 2020 1:00 PM Tags Politics Madonna Celebrities 2020 U.S. Election Watch It all began with a single image: a bikini-clad Madonna wrapped in an American flag. "Truth is where you find it. Get up and vote," the artist broke it down "Vogue"-style as two dancers waved flags behind her. " Dr. King , Malcolm X , freedom of speech is as good as sex." Then, she delivered her final tantalizing line: "And if you don't vote, you're going to get a spanking.'' And with that, Rock the Vote had released its first PSA. If Madonna was hoping to elicit a reaction from the American people, she got her wish. The pop star set off a flurry of criticism, with the Veterans of Foreign Wars organization accusing her, according to The New … [Read more...] about How Rock the Vote Changed the Way Young People Viewed Politics – E! Online
Boris Johnson’s green revolution plans are in hot water as damaging figures reveal more than 75,000 green jobs have been lost under the Tories five-year reign. ONS figures cited by Labour show a loss of 33,800 direct jobs and a further 41,000 jobs in the supply chain for the low carbon and renewable sectors between 2014 and 2019. The sectors which experienced the sharp losses include solar power, onshore wind, renewable electricity and energy efficiency. Sir Keir Starmer insists the Prime Minister cannot afford to “bluster” as we’ve had a “decade of broken promises on green jobs and climate action”. On the first of his two day visit to Scotland, the Labour leader said: “Tackling the climate crisis must be at the heart of everything we do. Get a daily morning politics briefing straight to your inbox. Sign up for the free Mirror Politics newsletter Sir Keir Starmer and Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar at Claypits Local Nature Reserve in Glasgow. ( … [Read more...] about Keir Starmer calls for climate action as 75,000 green jobs lost under Tories
Published 29 March 2019 Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Related Topics Brexit MPs have rejected the government's EU withdrawal agreement, by a margin of 58 votes. The UK was supposed to leave the EU on Friday but, following the government's latest setback, it is no clearer when Brexit will happen. The UK faces a new deadline of 12 April to come up with a way forward. By that point, the UK must have approved any deal or decided whether it wants to leave without a deal, which Parliament has said no to, or is prepared to delay Brexit by a much longer period, potentially into next year. The EU is planning an emergency summit on 10 April to discuss its next move. So where does the process go from here? Indicative votes - phase two (Monday and Wednesday?) All eyes will be on the Commons on Monday, when MPs resume their attempt to build a consensus around a form … [Read more...] about Brexit: What happens next after latest government defeat?
Published 2 hours ago Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Tory donors are not "immoral" and have no influence on government policy, minister Grant Shapps has insisted, amid cash-for-access questions. Last week, the Financial Times reported those who donated £250,000 could get access to the PM and chancellor. Mr Shapps - a former Tory chairman - said the party adhered "very carefully" to the rules on donations. Labour are urging the Tories to name the donors and ministers involved in an elite club set up by the party. Top Tory marketing Covid tests prompts questions Labour: Tories must come clean over elite donors What are the rules governing political donations? The "advisory board" was developed by Conservative Party co-chair Ben Elliot, who connected major Conservative supporters with ministers - including Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak. Conservative … [Read more...] about Conservative donors have no influence on policy, insists Grant Shapps