Feeling the heat, NYC cupcake makers delete racist tweet, keep another.

July 24, 2014 in Racism

See the story here. The tweet is later deleted: But look what I found. You’re welcome to your political beliefs, but not your racist ones, without polite society telling you how wrong you are. https://twitter.com/IsraelWC1/status/488163495436095488

NYC cup cake maker tweets about “zionist pigs.” Bankruptcy to follow?

July 24, 2014 in Israel, Racism

How to destroy a business in 140 characters. Oh, and tell a friend… And the reaction to this tweet? Devastating.  Ironically what the Zionist pigs are doing to Palestinian Arabs today is exactly what Hitler and the Nazi's did to them #FreePalestine — Cupcake Crew (@CupcakeCrewNYC) July 23, 2014 As you may imagine, the twitterverse dished up some reaction .@CupcakeCrewNYC Whoa, you guys make delicious treats AND overblown statements comparing something to Hitler? What CAN'T you do? — Zack Klapman (@ZackKlapman) July 24, 2014 @CupcakeCrewNYC @instapundit The Nazis gave Jews
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Illegal Alien Central Americans: Where are they now?

July 23, 2014 in Uncategorized

10News in San Diego tried to track back where the border crashers have gone. 54% no show rate in court. A follow up report on where the illegal aliens headed to San Diego ended up concludes most of them were given trips to New York, Connecticut and other places with large numbers of Central Americans to, er, stay. “Very few” are still in the San Diego area according to a Rabbi who spoke with 10News. Considering we don’t know how many were here in the first place, that assertion gives little
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California city says ‘No’ to shelter for illegal alien border crashers

July 23, 2014 in California, illegal aliens

Escondido Planning Commission says ‘no’ for second time to shelter for Central American children who crashed the border. Appeal is expected. The Escondido Planning Commission has said ‘no’ for a second time to converting a senior center into a shelter for dozens of illegal alien children who crashed the border.  Backers of the shelter, including the ACLU, showed up en masse to convince the Commission to change its decision and were reminded, “We need to take on the moral responsibility of standing against bigotry, hate and intolerance.” The ACLU organized a
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Enviro Claim: Wood stoves as “toxic as cigarettes”

July 22, 2014 in Uncategorized

The effort is underway demonize another way to keep you warm because fires “contribute to global warming”  and are as “toxic as cigarettes” Woodstoves may be as toxic as cigarettes http://t.co/itv7Y7a83v — Oregon Env. Council (@oeconline) July 22, 2014 Environmentalists have begun a new and unsavory comparison of fires to smoking cigarettes. It’s an attempt to make it easier to draw an equivalence between things that you enjoy but that may be bad for you and things you need–such as warmth. And then make it all about us. And the upshot? When you’re done
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Two rulings, one day. ObamaCare to head to the Supremes. Again.

July 22, 2014 in Government, ObamaCare, OrBamaCare, Oregon, Supreme Court

ObamaCare says what it says. That’s what a three judge panel in the DC circuit court of appeals has basically said as much in a ruling today. In a two-to-one ruling, the judges said the ObamaCare subsidy doesn’t apply to people who sign up on the federal health insurance exchanges, only state exchanges because that’s what the law says. The federal government says it will ask the full first circuit to review the case. In the meantime, people who signed up with the federal government and qualified for subsidies, including those in
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Jerry Brown, football coach.

July 22, 2014 in Athletic, California, Government

The California governor has signed a bill limiting the number of full contact work outs of teenage football players   Governor Jerry Brown apparently considers himself one part sports medicine geek, medical doctor and football coach. He’s signed a bill to limit the number of full contact football work outs by teenage players in California schools.  Assembly Bill 2127, by Assemblyman Ken Cooley, D-Rancho Cordova, prohibits middle school and high school football teams from holding full-contact practices during the off-season and limits them to no more than two full-contact practices
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Anthony Bourdain is debriefed by Blogs of War and it’s a smash!

July 21, 2014 in Media

“Find myself in Beirut during the 2006 war was clearly a defining moment for the show–and some kind of crossroads for me personally.” Food, culture, conflict are things with which chef, author and restauranteur Anthony Bourdain must contend in producing his TV shows, “No Reservations” and “Parts Unknown.” The brutish, chain smoking and potty mouthed host glowers his way through his shows but his sensitivity to his hosts is never far from his mind.  I used to think that basically, the whole world, that all humanity were basically bastards. I’ve since
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Closing arguments expected tomorrow in Jesse Ventura- Chris Kyle case over Coronado bar fight

July 21, 2014 in military, SEALs, Uncategorized

Former SEAL and Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura sues widow of ‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle over reputed bar fight in Coronado. Former Minnesota Governor and professional wrestler, Jesse Ventura claims the story of a bar fight Chris Kyle related in his book American Sniper sullied his reputation and made it hard for him to go to Navy gatherings anymore. He argues in his defamation lawsuit against Kyle’s widow, in fact, the incident never happened.  Attorneys representing Kyle’s widow Taya Kyle, the daughter of Lake Oswego, Oregon Mayor Kent Studebaker, “the former professional wrestler and
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Oregon says goodbye to former Governor Vic Atiyeh *Updated*

July 21, 2014 in Oregon

Gentleman, visionary and last Republican governor elected in Oregon, Vic Atiyeh, has died in Portland. *This post has been updated to include more reaction. Vic Atiyeh, who fought for the Oregon logging industry, introduced Oregon products to Asia, navigated the state through the deep recession of the 1980s and set the state universities’ compasses toward technology has died at Providence St. Vincents Hospital. He was 91 years old. From ABC News, The former governor died at 8:15 p.m. PDT at Portland’s Providence St. Vincent Medical Center of complications from renal failure, said
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Illegal border kids: Hollywood actor puts #BarrysKids in perspective

July 19, 2014 in Government, illegal aliens

Actor James Woods understands #BarrysKids are making a mockery of US sovereignty He gets it. The "children" pic.twitter.com/fE5BCCGNIx — James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) July 15, 2014

Portland, San Francisco among most expensive for health care

July 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

Forbes’ wallet biopsy: Portland and San Francisco are among the priciest cities for health care Did anyone notice Forbes’ list of most expensive cities in America for health care are also among the most liberal? Now I don’t know what kind of connection one can make with that coincidence, but I’m sure some certified smart guy will drill down to figure it out. Perhaps it will have something to do with government workers and access to insurance with little to no co-pays resulting in what President Obama might call “overuse.”  Seven
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Barry’s Kids: Protests planned Fri and Sat over illegal alien border crashing

July 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

A nationwide protest is being organized via Facebook and Twitter.    Click here to find protests in your area. Here are protests planned so far for California and Oregon: CALIFORNIA   Tulare, Prosperity and Hwy 99 Friday, July 18 10:00am-1:00pm. This protest will take place on the Overpass. Tulare, Prosperity and Hwy 99 Saturday, July 19 10:00am-1:00pm. This protest will take place on the Overpass. San Diego, 1549 India St San Diego, CA 92101 b/t W Beech St & W Cedar St in Little Italy, Friday, July 18 10:00am-1:00pm . This
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