• Why they hate president trump?

    17 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Will the day ever come, when leftists becomes intellectually honest enough, to admit that CNN is garbage?

    CNN has had one embarrassing moment after another, each of which destroys their credibility. Just recently, CNN's "Journalist of the Year" was caught out fabricating stories. And a CNN radio host insulted a guest by saying he had "white privilege", only to find out he was black. These... show more
    CNN has had one embarrassing moment after another, each of which destroys their credibility. Just recently, CNN's "Journalist of the Year" was caught out fabricating stories. And a CNN radio host insulted a guest by saying he had "white privilege", only to find out he was black. These are just two incidents of many that destroy their credibility as a "news" source. Yet despite all this, leftists will still come up with all manner of excuses to defend them. They will still listen to the "breaking news" from the "experts" at CNN. Will the day ever come when leftists become intellectually honest enough to just admit that CNN is garbage?
    7 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Can Donald Trump get anymore immature?! He's a traitor?

    Best answer: very childish
    Best answer: very childish
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • If it aint white it aint right. May our Glorious white America always rule with a mighty fist. Our white Jesus and white America victorious?

    Praise Christianity. We rule the world. Are you jealous of our Godly power?
    Praise Christianity. We rule the world. Are you jealous of our Godly power?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • 19 year old and 43 year old?

    I am 19 year old male and she is a 43 year old female ... Is this weird? We both really love each other...
    I am 19 year old male and she is a 43 year old female ... Is this weird? We both really love each other...
    6 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Why won't the President reduce the price of the border fence by putting up a bob-wire fence like the fence at Guantanamo?
  • Toddler whines all the time. How can I make him stop?

    He's 26-months old and he whines constantly. When whining doesn't work, he cries, and I don't know what to do. I have tried placing him in his bed when he whines, telling him I will not speak to him until he is ready to act like a big boy, and simply ignoring him until he stops, but nothing seems to be... show more
    He's 26-months old and he whines constantly. When whining doesn't work, he cries, and I don't know what to do. I have tried placing him in his bed when he whines, telling him I will not speak to him until he is ready to act like a big boy, and simply ignoring him until he stops, but nothing seems to be working. I need help, please!
    11 answers · 5 days ago
  • What do I do? Is this terrible terrible twos or something psychologically?

    I have this 2 year old who throws fits constantly. When we go outside he goes but then we go back inside after a few minutes of play time outside and he can sometimes throw fit to where he throws himself on the floor. Another instance is that when we go do a fire drill, he will pace back and forth from inside to... show more
    I have this 2 year old who throws fits constantly. When we go outside he goes but then we go back inside after a few minutes of play time outside and he can sometimes throw fit to where he throws himself on the floor. Another instance is that when we go do a fire drill, he will pace back and forth from inside to outside and throw himself on the floor/ground. And just today, I had to fight with him to change his diaper. He is not ready for potty training and when I tried to change him, he didn't want no diaper on.
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Help! 2 year old won’t walk?

    I have a just turned 2 year old girl who refuses who walk. It’s starting to worry me. She’s taken steps before and with walk along the furniture and other things. We will stand her up and she will just drop down to her knees and knee walk which she has gotten really good at lol. We’ve taken her to the doctor,... show more
    I have a just turned 2 year old girl who refuses who walk. It’s starting to worry me. She’s taken steps before and with walk along the furniture and other things. We will stand her up and she will just drop down to her knees and knee walk which she has gotten really good at lol. We’ve taken her to the doctor, they ran xrays and sent us to a specialist but they say everything looks fine. Any suggestions on how to push her to start walking on her own? We’re stuck and it saddens us that she can run around with all her other friends.
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • 6 year old daughter chews fingers and thumbs?

    Hi my daughter is 6 years old and still chews her index fingers and thumbs to settle down to go to sleep she use to have a dummy until she was 2/3 years old, is it something I should be worried about with her teeth or will she grow out of it on her own?
    Hi my daughter is 6 years old and still chews her index fingers and thumbs to settle down to go to sleep she use to have a dummy until she was 2/3 years old, is it something I should be worried about with her teeth or will she grow out of it on her own?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Am i guilty of 'deadnaming' Tommy Robinson as I always call him Stephen Laxley lennon?

    Best answer: You call him by his real name, instead of naming him after a former Luton Town hooligan, so good for you. I don't know why he still goes by Tommy Robinson, seeing as most people know his real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon.
    Best answer: You call him by his real name, instead of naming him after a former Luton Town hooligan, so good for you. I don't know why he still goes by Tommy Robinson, seeing as most people know his real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do Americans hate their children so much that they opt out of immunizing their children against, Polio, Rubella and smallpox etc?

    Best answer: People of childbearing age don't, for the most part, know anything about infectious disease and how devastating it can be. Older people remember- vaguely- of a time when children actually died of things for which there are now routine vaccinations. Since the dangers aren't visible to them, and never have... show more
    Best answer: People of childbearing age don't, for the most part, know anything about infectious disease and how devastating it can be. Older people remember- vaguely- of a time when children actually died of things for which there are now routine vaccinations. Since the dangers aren't visible to them, and never have been, younger people simply cannot believe it's a problem to skip vaccinations, and don't have any reason to doubt movie stars and other unqualified people who spout fictitious garbage about vaccines.

    There *are* instances of vaccinations being harmful in extremely rare instances. It only takes one or two to be spread over the internet to make it a credible threat to a parent. What they don't realize is the danger of the infectious disease the vaccination will prevent, and the greater probability to their own child and others around them of that threat,rather than any very rare reaction.
    It may take more frequent outbreaks for people to believe it. And what a shame.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Will 2 year old be okay for a quick walk in very cold weather?

    Tomorrow morning, I need to take my 2 year old with me to an appointment. I won't have my car because it's in the shop.The appointment is about a 2 minute drive from home, so about a 5 minute walk. Will he be okay for a 5 minute walk in extremely cold weather? The forecast says it's going to be mostly... show more
    Tomorrow morning, I need to take my 2 year old with me to an appointment. I won't have my car because it's in the shop.The appointment is about a 2 minute drive from home, so about a 5 minute walk. Will he be okay for a 5 minute walk in extremely cold weather? The forecast says it's going to be mostly sunny, but it's still only going to be about 10 degrees. I'm really worried about taking him out in such cold weather but there is no one that can watch him and I can't postpone my appointment.
    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • To much to time for toddler?

    I feel like my 4 year old sister watches too much TV. My mom who is a great mom is going through things right now and often turns the TV on when she needs to distract her. My little sister is VERY smart. She learned to read very early. She can read ANYTHING! She can read this question if she wanted without any... show more
    I feel like my 4 year old sister watches too much TV. My mom who is a great mom is going through things right now and often turns the TV on when she needs to distract her. My little sister is VERY smart. She learned to read very early. She can read ANYTHING! She can read this question if she wanted without any problem. She's so smart but she didn't really go to day care and isn't around other kids and when she is she'd rather be alone. She talks animated and quotes alot of the TV shows. Her cousin (who is the same age) and her don't really get along. Idky exactly. Also when we go to the park, I tell her to say hi to someone. She usually approaches them exactly like the characters in cartoons would (if that makes since). Since my sister is so smart she's going to 1st grade next year. She's hasn't really been in daycare. Or kindergarten. And I'm just scared of her being without us since she's always with us. Idk if she'd be okay with all those other kids alone. (Maybe I'm wrong). Any advice to help her make friends easier?
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Can a child be taken away from their parents if their sibling is physically abusing them?

    A child at the daycare I work at has been showing up with scratch marks, bruises and a black eye. When I questioned him, he told me his older brother who also comes to the daycare was the cause of them. I brought this up to my boss and she said that she would handle it, but I'm concerned for the little boy.
    A child at the daycare I work at has been showing up with scratch marks, bruises and a black eye. When I questioned him, he told me his older brother who also comes to the daycare was the cause of them. I brought this up to my boss and she said that she would handle it, but I'm concerned for the little boy.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • My toddler son bit my grandma, but.....?

    My grandma loves getting attention any way she can, so she came in the room bothering my son while he was watching t.v. he kept indicating for her to stop but she kept wrestling with him finally I heard her shout out. He bit her on her thigh. She finally stopped playing with him. Anyways this morning she showed... show more
    My grandma loves getting attention any way she can, so she came in the room bothering my son while he was watching t.v. he kept indicating for her to stop but she kept wrestling with him finally I heard her shout out. He bit her on her thigh. She finally stopped playing with him. Anyways this morning she showed me how he left a wound and was acting like a little child that just got hurt. I told her that he was sorry and that he still loved her. I dont think he meant to intentionally he is non verbal so that was his way of telling her he was irritated (He's autistic) I think as vengeance she pinched or dug her nail into my sons chest. At first I thought it was a scratch but you can tell it was like someone pressed their nail into his skin. I'm really upset she would do something like that to him I get that he bit her but my little cousin bit her as a child and she just laughs it off. Now shes doing things to my child because shes clearly upset about him doing it to her am I being unreasonable ? I dont even want to ask her about it shes a very volatile person so that's why I'm trying to get opinions
    6 answers · 7 days ago