Fusfoo News February 6th


The Boy Scouts of America have announced they will begin accepting applicants who identify as transgender, reversing a policy the organization has held for nearly 100 years. In 2016, an 8-year-old transgender boy was removed from his New Jersey Cub Scout pack after parents of other scouts complained, bringing the organization’s policy into the national spotlight and igniting an extended debate. Founded in 1910 by Chicago publisher W.D. Boyce, the BSA currently involves over 2.4 million scouts between the ages of 7 and 21, and close to one million adult volunteer participants, making it one of the largest youth organizations in the nation. The BSA’s website positions the group as a “values-based organization, providing programs that build character, train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship and develop personal fitness.”

BSA Transgender Acceptance Announcement

#LGBTQRights #BSAAcceptance #NewHistory




A Federal District Court judge in Seattle has blocked the executive order issued by President Trump that banned travelers and immigrants from the predominantly Muslim nations of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the United States. When lifting the ban, Robart stated “there’s no support” for Trump’s argument that “we have to protect the U.S. from individuals” from these nations. Immediately, the Justice Department registered an appeal, stating that authorities granted to the president in the constitution allow him to issue such bans, and that the court’s ruling “second-guesses the president’s national security judgment”. In the wake of the decision, President Trump lashed out on Twitter at ruling judge James Robart, writing, “The opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and will be overturned!”

 Judge James Robart Issues Ruling


#MuslimBanLift #TrumpVsTheWorld #RulingsAndAppeals




In what is being hailed as the greatest Super Bowl ever, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots rallied from a 25 point third-quarter deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons in overtime, claiming the league title by a final score of 34-28. The game, which was the first NFL championship to ever reach overtime, saw 24 game records set (8 which now belong to Brady), and 7 records tied.  Brady was nearly unrecognizable in the first half, firing ill-timed and misdirected passes, failing to score a touchdown, and suffering multiple sacks at the hands of a veteran Atlanta defense. Entering the third quarter, the Falcons held a 28-3 lead, at which point Brady returned to form, helping the Patriots score 31 unanswered points, and earning his league-record fourth Super Bowl MVP award in the process.


Tom Brady Super Bowl LI Postgame Press Conference

#SuperBowlLI #BradyDay #TomIsTheBomb

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