Please be kidding.
Anonymous said: Do you know that Starbucks indirectly supports Israel financially to kill more innocent kids and people everydayy?
Yes okay don’t hate on coffee
Maybe if Hamas didn’t cowardly hide their stuff amongst civilians….
I thought Starbucks didn’t have any stores in Israel…
An upstate farm is being told by government to hold gay weddings, forcing them to violate their religious beliefs.
From Truth Revolt:
York’s Division on Human Rights has fined an upstate farm of $10,000 for refusing to allow a lesbian couple to get married on their private property two…
This is a big win for Congressional investigators who still don’t have answers as to why the Justice Department allowed thousands of guns to flow freely into the hands of Mexican drug cartels.
from National Review:
A federal judge ordered President Obama’s team to hand over some documents pertaining to Operation Fast and Furious and to provide a list of withheld documents.
Once House Republicans see the list of withheld documents, they will have a chance to challenge the withholding of particular documents.
“This Administration has been so intent on hiding the contents of these documents that it allowed Attorney General Holder to be held in contempt instead of just turning them over to Congress,” House Oversight and Government Reform Committee chairman Darrell Issa (R., Calif.) said of the ruling. “The privilege log will bring us closer to finding out why the Justice Department hid behind false denials in the wake of reckless conduct that contributed to the violent deaths of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and countless Mexican citizens.”
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson “signaled that under the ruling she would devise, DOJ would have to persuade her on each document as to why she should allow Holder to withhold it from Congress” when she heard the case in May, according to Breitbart’s Ken Klukowski.
The ill-fated Operation Fast and Furious resulted in the death of hundreds of people including two Federal agents.
San Francisco gets its water from the same source as the rural farmers who are forced by US Fish and Wildlife to endure a drought. San Franciscans, like Nancy Pelosi, get to enjoy their water, but California’s farmers get to enjoy dead crops.
Why is that?
from Washington Times:
The Endangered Species Act has wreaked havoc for decades on rural communities, but a newly filed lawsuit could force San Francisco urbanites like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to share their pain.
A federal complaint filed this week contends that the Hetch Hetchy Project, which supplies water to San Francisco and the Bay Area, has unfairly enjoyed an exemption from the “severe cutbacks” required in rural California in order to save endangered fish species.
Craig Manson, who heads the Center for Environmental Science, Accuracy and Reliability (CESAR) in Fresno, said the lawsuit is aimed at addressing the “double standard” that forces farmers to give up water in the name of species conservation — without requiring Bay Area residents to do the same.
Mr. Manson wants the National Park Service to press the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to end the special exemption from the Endangered Species Act (ESA), but “the Park Service just won’t do it.”
Why not? Jeffrey Olson, National Park Service spokesman, said the agency cannot comment on ongoing litigation, but critics point out that San Joaquin Valley farmers have nowhere near the political clout of San Francisco’s political leadership, which includes Mrs. Pelosi and a good chunk of the state’s dominant liberal power structure.
“I think the law is being subjectively applied,” said Aubrey Bettencourt, executive director of the California Water Alliance. “California is a tale of two cities. If you added all the agrarian counties of California together in terms of registered voters, that’s not even enough to offset either San Francisco or Los Angeles. There are not enough votes.”
The California water shortage is a man-made disaster. Obama actually promised to veto any legislation that would turn the water back on to California’s Central Valley. It’s outrageous, and it’s forcing people to suffer unnecessarily. Not only that, but you only have to suffer if you’re one of the unprivileged ones.
I actually found this article because a friend whose brother is a police officer posted it as if it were a good thing.
A cop penned an op-ed in the Washington Post, and this is the actual headline:
The article is as bad as the title suggests. It’s always the victim’s fault they got…