Toddlers & Tiaras is the most Despicable Show

As TLC’s Toddlers & Tiaras continues to be the most despicable, humanity devoid fulcrum of everything that’s wrong, Good Morning America’s Andrea Canning decides to go after what is arguably the show’s most criminal ingredient: The concoction of Mountain Dew and Red Bull unfit mother June Shannon makes her six-year-old Alana drink in order to keep her alert during pageants.

“There are far worse things,” Shannon said in her defense. “I could be giving her alcohol.”


Once you have seen this, you can never unseen it again! Doing this just to warp up your mind a little today…hahahahhahahaha


What an AXE……


(Sun) — Pakistan yesterday warned Britain to help stop the American “Drone Wars” that are slaughtering hundreds of its innocent civilians.

The nuclear power chillingly declared it “has the means” to retaliate unless the carnage ceases.

Pakistan’s High Commissioner to Britain Wajid Shamsul Hasan told The Sun in an exclusive interview that his country’s relations with America are at their lowest ebb.

He said: “Patience is definitely reaching exhaustion levels.” Mr Hasan said Pakistan backs the War on Terror waged by Britain and the US.

But he urged PM David Cameron to condemn US drone attacks on al-Qaeda and Taliban training camps in the north west of his country — dubbing them as “war crimes” and “little more than state executions”.

( a real us goverment would tell pakistan where to get off. oh, we do not have a real us government do we?)

And then there is this:

MIRAMSHAH: A US drone attack targeting a militant compound killed 10 insurgents in a troubled Pakistani tribal region on Wednesday, security officials said. Moreover, a BBCUrdu report quoted local authorities as saying that those killed in the strike were militants from the Haqqani network.

Two missiles hit the compound located in Tappi, 10 kilometres southeast of Miramshah, the main town in volatile North Waziristan near the Afghan border, a military official in Peshawar said.

“The attack triggered fire in the compound and 10 militants were killed,” the official told AFP on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to speak to the media.

The dead included some foreign militants from Central Asia, another security official said but offered no details.

Some local residents in Tappi contacted by AFP said the militants announced over a mosque loudspeaker that funeral prayers for the dead will be held on Wednesday afternoon.

US officials say Pakistan’s tribal belt provides sanctuary to Taliban fighting in Afghanistan, al Qaeda groups plotting attacks on the West, Pakistani Taliban who routinely bomb Pakistan and other foreign fighters.


Senate Democratic leaders on Tuesday accused Republicans of trying to derail the national economic recovery for political purposes after talks to extend the payroll tax holiday hit a wall.

“We’ve had five straight months of the unemployment rate coming down. Let’s make no mistake, there are some Republicans who think that doesn’t really work with their strategy of defeating President Obama. These are some of the same voices who are opposing any bipartisan agreement to extend the payroll tax cut,” said Senate Democratic Whip Dick Durbin (Ill.).

When asked whether he thought Republicans were intentionally attempting to derail the economic recovery to bolster their chances in November, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said: “It appears that is true.”

“Based upon the battles, the number of battles they’ve had, especially as we’ve seen with the debates with the Republican candidates — what are they going to talk about if the economy continues to improve?” he said.

In the House, Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) made a similar argument.

“We’re having success — the economy is starting to grow,” said Hoyer. “[But] there are some here, frankly, who are just as satisfied to have the economy not grow, not create jobs, not have GDP growth, so it can help their politics.”

Republicans met the arguments from Democrats head-on by saying they have always been in favor of extending the tax cut. Republicans in both chambers accused Democrats of making little genuine effort to reach an agreement. They say Democrats are more interested in painting Republicans as obstructionists to suit their own electoral interests than finding common ground.

Read the article here.

These freaking idiot cops should be FIRED!

story here (hope this never happens to you)


A teacher at a high school outside of Miami faces suspension after being accused of making racist remarks against a Haitian student by calling him ‘little chocolate boy.’

Leslie Rainer, who is black, is fighting back against the allegations and saying her remarks were taken out of context.

But this isn’t the first time she’s been in trouble with the school. In 2010, an atheist teacher claimed Ms Rainer and another teacher sprinkled holy water on her in front of her students.

She claims she was not calling the student chocolate, but instead was referring to chocolate she hands out to her students.

‘We were discussing the different chocolates and how the kids don’t like dark chocolates so that’s when the comment was made,’ Ms Rainer, 46, said.

But Broward County Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie says the remark is part of a pattern of ‘inappropriate conduct towards her part-Haitian, minority descent students,’ according to the compliant filed against Ms Rainer.

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Imagine how horrified the kid would be to wake up in a chocolate city.


The American public’s dependence on the federal government shot up 23% in just two years under President Obama, with 67 million now relying on some federal program, according to a newly released study by the Heritage Foundation.

The conservative think tank’s annual Index of Dependence on Government tracks money spent on housing, health, welfare, education subsidies and other federal programs that were “traditionally provided to needy people by local organizations and families.”

The increase under Obama is the biggest two-year jump since Jimmy Carter was president, the data show.

The rise was driven mainly by increases in housing subsidies, an expansion in Medicaid and changes to the welfare system, along with a sharp rise in food stamps, the study found.

Keep reading…


(MNDaily) — In 2005, Afrik Grocery and Halal Meat on Cedar Avenue needed to expand. Owner Abdi Adem, who operates his business under Sharia law, needed to find a loan that funded the expansion and complied with his religious beliefs.

Finding the loan was easier than he expected.

Since December 2006, the city of Minneapolis, in partnership with the African Development Center, has given out 54 loans in a way that is compliant with Islamic law by using a fixed rate in place of a variable interest rate, which some considered sinful.

Instead of charging interest, the city and the ADC estimate how long it will take the business to pay off the loan and totals what the interest would be. That amount is added as a lump sum to the total cost of the loan.

“It feels like, looks like and acts like a loan, but it’s just a different way of looking at it,” said Hussein Samatar, executive director of the ADC.

Abdulwahid Qalinle, an adjunct associate professor of Islamic law at the University of Minnesota, said interest rates can be considered sinful under Sharia law.

“Islam has specific guidelines where people can acquire wealth and how to spend their wealth,” Qalinle said.

(somehow, I just don’t see the ACLU rushing into this)


(The Hill) — A group of Republican lawmakers is protesting the removal a reference to God in the patch logo for the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office (RCO).

The 35 lawmakers, led by Rep. Randy Forbes (R-Va.), wrote a letter to Air Force Secretary Michael Donley and Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz urging them to restore the logo with a reference to God.

Forbes warned that the action taken by the RCO could set a “dangerous precedent” when it comes to religion and the military.

“The action taken by the RCO suggests that all references to God, regardless of their context, must be removed from the military,” Forbes wrote. “As we are confident that your legal advisors would not suggest that censorship is required for compliance with the First Amendment, we ask that you reverse this perplexing decision.”

The patch logo was changed after a military atheist group, the Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers, protested the reference to God on the patch. The patch has a saying on it in Latin, which is common for military patches, that tranlates to: “Doing God’s Work with Other People’s Money.”

(strange, but not one democrat signed)


The Unemployment Game Show: Are You *Really* Unemployed?

From Hyscience

So, the BLS says the unemployment rate has dropped to 8.3%. Are you both jobless and among the *officially* unemployed?

Given that the reported rate actually excludes millions of jobless Americans, chances are likely that you aren’t. This cartoon illustrates why this is so:


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