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France to invade Yemen and kill 100,000 in bid to stop future terrorism.

Will the French follow W's lead and do the right thing? We're told Yemen is the new base for our arch enemy, Al-Qaida.

Tune in to Fox News and find out soon.

Or not.

Oklahoma City Pastor shoots 14 year old burglar right before Christmas.


Merry Fucking Christmas!

A little more info about 2 year old shooting mother at Walmart in Idaho.


Veronica Rutledge and her husband loved everything about guns. They practiced at shooting ranges. They hunted. And both of them, relatives and friends say, had permits to carry concealed firearms. Veronica typically left her Blackfoot, Idaho, home with her gun nestled at her side. So on Christmas morning last week, her husband gave her a present he hoped would make her life more comfortable: a purse with a special pocket for a concealed weapon.

I just read on the Internets that Global Warming is a Hoax!

Who Knew? $20 billion a year to the scam.


Why is Warren going after Weiss?


This is probably more about whether Warren can find any friends among the Democrats that would indicate the country hasn't completely gone to hell.

Brown fell 153 feet from car, his blood was another 25 feet further.

The guy was shot 175 feet from car. Wilson must have be terrified for his life!

Or did he run after Brown and shoot him down cause Brown Dis'd him.

Climate Change: This Economist article might help you keep up.

Lot of info about what's been done, and how it all worked out.


Who's going to New York City for the Climate Change March?




Oh my Goodness! Sales down because of cut in SNAP.

Across the board, not just at Walmart.

Walmart is hardly the only retailer to be effected by a reduction in SNAP benefits, or to say so in financial documents. The dollar store segment is also vulnerable. Roughly $4 billion in SNAP benefits were vaporized, money that was once spent at U.S. stores, not just at Walmart. This was bad news for shoppers and retailers, across multiple channels.

As one grocery executive said in an online retail forum regarding the issue, “This cut hurts all of our sales, not just Walmart, let me make that clear. The struggle is universal for retailers, and sales are down around 8-10% since the first of the year.”


Scott Brown, the carpet bagger, can't find his place.


Could be the pick-up truck driving, good old boy image that worked once in Massachusetts isn't doing anything for him where they actually drive the things.
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