Sunday, September 25, 2016

Hillary Clinton is not woman enough to be President - She is also a bad role model for young women

Hillary Clinton has been playing the woman card hard. Talking about how it would be all sunshine and rainbows for women if she wins. A lot of women and young girls in her television ads. One of her latest ads has nothing but young girls in it. She keeps saying Trump’s comments in the past. Would somehow have a negative effect on the future of women and young girls. I would disagree.

If Bill and Hillary Clinton got back into the White House. It would have a negative effect on the future of women and young girls. I negative effect that would last for many years. The respect that women have for themselves is important. The respect that men have for the women that are in a relationship is important. Bill and Hillary Clinton are bad examples of both. Domestic violence among teenage relationships is a big problem. A big problem that is not talked about enough. The CDC defines dating violence in many different was. It can be physical, sexual, psychological, or emotional violence within a dating relationship, including stalking. The Women Helping Women website says.

“ 1/3 of high school students have been or will be involved in an abusive relationship . Only 33% of teens who were in abusive relationships told anyone. 6 out of 10 rapes of young women occur in their own home or a friend or relative’s home, not in a dark alley. Nearly 1/4 of girls who have been in a relationship reported going further sexually than they wanted as a result of pressure. Dating Violence is the leading cause of injury to women. 58% of rape survivors report being raped between ages of 12–24. Approximately 68 % of young women know their rapist either as a boyfriend, friend or casual acquaintance. 50% of reported date rapes occur among teenagers. Females 16–24 are four times more likely than the general population to be victims of partner violence. About 40% of teenage girls ages 14–17 say they know someone their age who has been hit or beaten by a boyfriend. ”

Some of the things above have to do with respect. The respect that women have for themselves . The respect woman think they deserve from the person they are in a relationship with. The respect that men have for the women that are in a relationship with. Hillary Clinton having a husband. Who has has multiple affairs over many years. Shows she does not demand respect form the person she is in a relationship with. Bill Clinton back in the White House. Tells young men that not having respect for the person you are in a relationship with is ok. That it’s not a big deal. Bill and Hillary Clinton’s actions. Their actions over and over again. Will have much more of a negative impact on the future of women. Much more that a few comments that Trump might have made.


Hillary Clinton is not woman enough to be President - She is also a bad role model for young women

To the Last Man (1933 film) Shirley Temple - classic western - full movie

Directed by Henry Hathaway. The screenplay by Jack Cunningham was based on a story by Zane Grey. The film is about a feud between the Colby and the Hayden families, initiated in the hills of Kentucky and continued in the West after the Civil War. Also involved is the conflict between vigilantism and appeals to the law in a frontier environment, and lovers from the two feuding families. Six year-old Delmar Watson and five year-old Shirley Temple were praised by Variety. Henry Hathaway directs yet another Paramount property that had been made as a silent, in this Victor Fleming's 1923 version of the same name.

The landslide sequence includes a lot of archive footage from the silent version, To the Last Man, filmed ten years earlier.

During a scene that called for Shirley Temple to hold a tea party in a barn, a mule in the barn began eating the sugar cubes on the table. Director Henry Hathaway recalled, "Shirley was irritated and tried to shoo him away. Then this mule got irritated. He turned around, and with his two back legs he hauled off at her with a kick. Shirley ducked and he missed, but instead of stopping or running away, she strode over and kicked the mule back."

Shirley Temple later chose Delmar Watson to play Peter in Heidi because she had worked with him in this film.

Filming locations:
Big Bear & Cedar Lakes, Big Bear Valley, San Bernardino National Forest, California and Mesa, Arizona. Nice shots of what these places looked like in 1933 during filming of this picture.

Story is set in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the Grass Valley area about 1880. Excellent acting, especially by the mostly uncredited child actors. Nothing hokey about this old western. Good print, but audio track has slight hiss in background of this "Western Electric Noiseless Recording." A keeper for collectors.

Randolph Scott as Lynn Hayden
Esther Ralston as Ellen Colby
Jack La Rue as Jim Daggs
Buster Crabbe as Bill Hayden
Barton MacLane as Neil Stanley
Noah Beery as Jed Colby
Gail Patrick as Ann Hayden Stanley
Egon Brecher as Mark Hayden
Muriel Kirkland as Molly Hayden
Fuzzy Knight as Jeff Morley
James Eagles as Eli Bruce (as James C. Eagles)
Eugenie Besserer as Granny Spelvin
Harlan Knight as Grandpa Chet Spelvin
John Carradine as Pete Garon (uncredited)

Child Actors in this film:
Jay Ward (12 yrs old) as young Lynn Hayden
Rosita Butler (11 yrs old) as young Ann Hayden (uncredited)
Cullen Johnson (7 yrs old) as young Bill Hayden (uncredited)
Delmar Watson (6 yrs old) as Tad Stanley (uncredited)
Shirley Temple (5 yrs old) as Mary Stanley (uncredited)

To the Last Man (1933 film) Shirley Temple - classic western - full movie
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