... and white people! Whoda thunk? (add words to meet site requirements.)
Hillary Clinton: It's time to dump Monsanto and support public health, and regenerative, organic agriculture
That would be a good thing. Considering she is Wall Street..
With the fluctuation of the job market it can be quite difficult to find just one job that will provide for a whole family. There are many people who have to work two or three jobs just to cover the necessities of a family, which can be frustrating and takes valuable time away from the family. While there are options for people in this situation, they are difficult to find. Luckily there are companies out there who understand these situations, and have come up with creative ways for people to earn money while still getting to spend quality time with those they love.
I don't have a video link, but the scene on television of a woman in California getting beaten by a White cop, is truly disgusting. Nobody deserves that. I thought cops are told to subdue the suspect with the LEAST force necessary, is the rule. I hope she gets a good lawyer.
Someone posts something about religion, sexual orientation, creed, or race---and everyone rushes to their computer with details concerning how liberal they really are. So and so has mixed race kids, so and so visits various churches, so and so has a kid with two mommies, and on and on.
Concerning my family, my friends, and my co-workers------It's NONE of anyones' Goddamned business what they look like, worship like, talk like, or what part of the human anatomy stimulates them.
After reading this story, I thought the above title might be a good way to get the NSA to waste some time by tracking me and everyone else who visits Swampbubbles to comment or just read posts. Understand that in no way am I implying that anyone on this board is a militant Islamist (wink, wink). Allahu Akbar!
Who, who had the worst week in Washington? Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post said that’ll be former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, whose book sales are sinking faster than the Titanic (via WaPo):
Read more at http://cowboybyte.com/31672/winner-worse-week-washington-hillary-clinton...
I don't know why they're searching. They should just call the Blade, ask it to identify their new location, then start packing. After all, the Blade knows what's best for everyone in virtually every situation.
Bombshell: Tax Exempt Status Granted to Terrorists & Enemies of the US by Lois Lerner Under Bush & Obama
Enemies of the United States should clearly not have tax exempt status. The problem is that said groups have been receiving such status for decades. Yet, Republicans – as well as attorneys for Tea Party groups harmed by the IRS – continue to ignore it. What is even more disgusting is that the Republican Party also gave Muslim terrorist fronts groups complete legitimacy.
Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
President Barack Obama is the worst president since World War II, and the United States would have been better off if his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, had won the election in 2012, a new Quinnipiac University national poll released today reveals.
The justices said the practice violates the First Amendment rights of nonmembers who disagree with the positions that unions take.
Check it out:
Read more at http://cowboybyte.com/31569/supreme-court-rules-unions-extracting-dues-n...
Looks like the Scotus slapped the Pen and Phone out of Obama's hand on these two decisions. Labor Relations, Hobby Lobby
Here we go again…
Check it out:
President Barack Obama used a White House Rose Garden press conference Monday to announce plans to use executive action to direct “available and appropriate” resources to the U.S. border to address the “humanitarian crisis” caused by a surge in illegals – especially unaccompanied children at the border.
Besides getting slammed with the exorbitant cost of caring for the recent invasion of illegal immigrant minors, U.S. taxpayers are doling out $2.5 million for juvenile justice reform in the Central American countries where they are coming from.
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that on April 18, 2014, it obtained 41 new Benghazi-related State Department documents.
Not a SMIDGEN of evidence.
President Obama made headlines in Minneapolis on Thursday, rolling out his “phony scandal” rhetoric to address the cascade of questionable acts now receiving public outrage, and not just from Republicans.
Barack Obama to Ask Congress for $2 Billion in Tax Payer Money to Fix Illegal Aliens Problem Because He Wouldn’t Enforce the Law
Talk about Cloward and Piven on immigration… Reuters is reporting that Barack Obama will ask Congress for more than $2 billion to deal with the influx of illegal alien children that are flooding our borders. First, he doesn't enforce the law that would stop this mess, now he's demanding that we pay for it!
The flood of illegals coming across our southern border has overwhelmed Border Patrol to the point where they are no longer even attempting to stop the invasion (Yes, that's what it is) of illegal aliens coming into the United States.
Okay--so this is not an important subject, but I posted a week ago about trying to find out the name of a Toledo-area reception hall (no longer in business) that used to have a gazebo outside with peacocks roaming around.
Someone suggested the name of the hall was Berman's. I think that may be it. Does anyone have memories of where Berman's was? A description of the hall and its surroundings?
Good idea here:
Let the people in this area help. And this time, we butt out!
Joe Zerbey, president and general manager for The Blade and the chairman of the University of Toledo Board of Trustees, in an article in the newspaper has denied that UT President Lloyd Jacobs was asked to leave. This is the latest chapter in what are the bizarre occurrences of the UT Board and its administration.
1) Jacobs, who reveled in his power at UT, just decides that he's going to accept an unpaid fellowship at the Council on Competitiveness. (As an aside, the CEO of that Council was the UT commencement speaker in May.) In the meantime, Jacobs refuses to talk to the media about this decision. Doesn't seem like the type of reaction you would get from someone who is voluntarily leaving.
2) If this was just a matter of Jacobs bowing out early from his contract, why was a new 13-page agreement needed to define the terms of his departure? Along with the more than $1 million severance package, the contract includes a stipulation that the Board won't speak negatively of Jacobs--and vice versa. The implication is that there is a fear on one or both of the parties' parts that this would be likely to happen. What "goods" do they have on each other--and as a public institution, shouldn't we be allowed to know?