As the Department of Homeland Security and The Department of Health and Human Services scrambled to find food, medical care and shelter for up to 60,000 illegal immigrants making their way into the United States over the last several months, they came up with the idea of shipping thousands of undocumented migrants to detention centers in Murrieta, California.
Ed Schultz who at one time was a respected voice on left wing MSNBC has spiraled down to a level normally inhabited by the likes of Alec Baldwin. Schultz may have missed a dose or two, or need a dose or two of meds to explain his twitter response to a low level employee of Glenn Beck's. Normally someone like Schultz wouldn't respond to individual tweets, but in this case decided ignorance was the better part of valor and had this exchange http://www.theblaze.com/blog/2014/07/17/see-the-bizarre-direct-twitter-m...
Our friend Purnhrt--I find--is never wrong. Purnhrt's recent post declaring Obama as a "Man for the People" couldn't have been more correct. And to support this, Obama is going to interact with "the people" on Martha's Vineyard for a 15-day vacation. Yep, just like you and me, he'll be staying at a 17-room house worth $12 million (ahhhhhh-it brings back such good memories of similar vacations my family took).
Purnhrt's "Man of the People" will enjoy the 10-acre lot, indoor gym, tennis and basketball courts, and infinity pool. All of this on Martha's Vineyard, a place where the average household income is $101,613--could Obama get any more "common"?!
"The GOP-controlled House has slashed the budget for the Internal Revenue Service's tax enforcement division by $1.2 billion, a 25 percent cut that would mean fewer audits of taxpayers and make it more likely that people who cheat on their taxes will get away with it.
The House approved the cuts by voice vote after little debate Monday night as it took up a $21 billion spending bill that sets the IRS budget.
One more reason why we need comprehensive immigration reform? Ask the democrats' party, since they now OWN the issue, and will continue to do so for at least two more years.
The Obamessiah shall not be mocked.
The U.S. Department of Justice sent a member of its "Community Relations Service team" to Norfolk, Nebraska, earlier this week, to look into allegations of discrimination over a controversial float in the town's Independence Day parade.
At least 2,000 unemployed Tennesseeans are glad the UAW got spanked a few months ago. They will now get jobs that could have gone to Mexico if the vote had gone the other way. http://www.newsday.com/classifieds/cars/volkswagen-to-invest-900b-to-exp... Congratulations Tennessee.
Mind your p's and q's. (more words to meet requirements).
From the volume of posts that Anonymouscoward has uploaded in the last 24 hours (not to mention the anger that he exhibits), I think he is in need of a hobby. Any ideas?
I'm thinking something along the lines of playing Russian roulette.
Estimated cost $200 billion a year by 2020. Check it out: President Obama’s health care law has been delayed and changed so many times that the official budget scorekeepers can no longer keep track of what the law costs.
With ongoing questions about whether Obamacare enrollees will be able to use their coverage, a couple of new surveys suggest that the newly insured are generally able to get the care they need.
Brookings fellow Niam Yaraghi observed "a positive association between the anti-ACA spending and ACA enrollment." Spending on negative Obamacare ads has outpaced spending on positive ads 15 to 1, according to media research. In Senate races where Democrats are running for re-election, which have been the major targets for anti-Obamacare ads, Yaraghi detected a spike in enrollment.
"This implies that anti-ACA ads may unintentionally increase the public awareness about the existence of a governmentally subsidized service and its benefits for the uninsured," Yaraghi wrote of his findings.
But the dramatic tax cutting doesn't appear to have done nearly as much for job growth as promised.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says that Wisconsin ranked 35th of the 50 states in job growth during the first three years of Scott Walker's term, and dead last among its immediate neighbors, including, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan and Ohio.
Kansas hasn't fared much better. According to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, the state's rate of job growth has lagged the national average since Brownback's tax cuts took effect.
"There is something in the air and it’s not perfume"
"It is the death of ideas’ flowers"
"It is liberals putting themselves in strait jackets and going crazy with their silly, starched opinions".
WOW!!! Talk about shooting yourself in the foot when union membership is already falling. http://onpolitics.usatoday.com/2014/07/10/afscme-union-united-negro-coll... The union donates over $25,000 according to the UNCF yearly report, the Koch Brothers donated $25 million. This is obviously an attempt by the weakened union to appear to do something bold, while really just taking back $25,000 for their coffers. Bunch of losers.
Which side of the political spectrum is violent and hateful?
Read more at http://eaglerising.com/7272/pro-life-activists-attacked-liberals/#zX2mIu...
Millions of taxpayer dollars, pages of Blade support, hundreds of liberal speeches later and xunlight bites the dust.
How is this possible? Solar power is the wave of the future. Why aren't the people who support it buying it for their homes? Have the posters on here who support government funding of green energy bought even one panel yet?
In another most excellent liberal-run city, New Orleans, former liberal mayor Ray "school bus" Nagin gets ten LONG years in federal lockup. Oh, my!
On a similar note, in a Katrina type case, you-know-who is having a ball, in a billiard parlor. Go figure.
Uh, oh, even the WaPo is reporting the truth. Hope Obama has a successful fundraiser in Texas, nevertheless.