It seems that the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Marketplace show was unable to find a racist Trump supporter. Instead, they hired an actor named Mike to portray one as you shall see. Mike's job as a racist Trump supporter was to sell a couple of White Power T-shirts along with a "Make Canada Great Again" T-shirt. It was their laughably unsubtle attempt to link Donald Trump to racism. <<< Please support MRC's NewsBusters team with a tax-deductible contribution today. >>> DONATE Around 40 seconds into the video, we are introduced to the fake news actor hired to portray a pro-Trump racist: NARRATOR: Meet mike. He's an actor about to play the most uncomfortable role of his career. The fake news actor then described the role he is about to play: MIKE: Let me get into character. I'll say "make Canada great again. Worldwide white power." Things like that. Strong words. Words that I never expect to come out of my mouth but it is a role. Key word is "role" … [Read more...] about CBC Fake News Show Hires Actor to Portray Racist Trump Supporter
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British Columbia · Video British Columbia is leading the way when it comes to veganism in Canada. There are more vegans per capita than any other province, which means B.C. is also a hotbed for vegan businesses. There are more vegans per capita in B.C. than any other province CBC News · Posted: Sep 29, 2019 6:00 AM PT | Last Updated: September 29 British Columbia is leading the way when to veganism in Canada. There are more vegans per capita than any other province, which means B.C. is also a hotbed for vegan businesses. 7:01 Follow Growing Vegan on The Early Edition weekday mornings and On The Coast weekday afternoons on CBC Radio One, and watch CBC Vancouver News at 6 weekdays and read the daily stories online at cbc.ca/bc. … [Read more...] about Business is booming in Canada’s vegan capital thanks to high demand
Having found nothing left to colonize on land, sea or the celestial bodies that orbit the planet on which he lives, a Washington man is making a valiant effort to colonize blackness itself. But not be black because... eeewwww! Ralph Taylor, a 55-year-old earthling of the Caucasian variety, owns Orion Insurance Group, LLC, a Lynwood, Wash. company that provides insurance to government contractors, among other things. Aside from existing as a boilerplate example of generic mediocrity, Taylor has lived his entire life as a white man. In his spare time, he enjoys privileges such as looking non-threatening to police, being considered the default definition of American and cutting his food prep time in half because his chicken doesn’t require seasoning. But, according to the Seattle Times, instead of participating in traditional activities in the white community like burning Nikes, standing for the anthem and wondering why no one talks about black on black crime, Taylor instead filed a … [Read more...] about White Man Sues For Minority Business Owner Status After DNA Test Shows He’s 4% African
OAKLAND, Calif., Aug. 21, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- California BanCorp (OTCQX:CALB), the holding company for California Bank of Commerce, a San Francisco Bay Area business bank, today announced it has added small business banking leaders Maria Aberin and Karine Decker to its growing Emerging Business Division. The Emerging Business team provides loans, lines of credit, deposit and cash management solutions to growing businesses that have achieved profitability. The Emerging Business Division specializes in loans and lines of credit guaranteed by the U.S. Small Business Administration, which provide longer terms and lower advance rates than conventional commercial loans. /EIN News/ -- “Maria and Karine have deep experience in building small business relationships and working with entrepreneurs and business owners to optimize their growth strategies and long-term financial needs,” said Roxann Middleton Burns, Executive Vice President of Emerging Business at California Bank … [Read more...] about California Bank of Commerce Strengthens Emerging Business Division with Veteran Industry Leadership
Ralph Taylor says it doesn’t matter what he looks like. Having lived most of his life as a white man, the 55-year-old now considers himself to be multiracial based on DNA test results. The owner of Orion Insurance Group in Lynnwood also wants the U.S. Department of Transportation to recognize him as a minority so he can gain more deals providing liability insurance to contractors. Taylor is suing Washington state and the federal government because he was denied a minority-business certification under a program created more than two decades ago to help level the playing field for minority business owners seeking contracts in the transportation industry. He provided no evidence he has suffered socially or economically because of race. His case is pending with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. In 2010 Taylor began identifying himself as multiracial after a DNA ancestry test estimated he was 90 percent Caucasian, 6 percent indigenous American and 4 percent sub-Saharan African. … [Read more...] about Lynnwood man tried to use a home DNA test to qualify as a minority business owner. He was denied — now he’s suing.