I want one!
Not much up on it yet, Twitter was aflutter....
Source: Tampa Bay Times
WASHINGTON The woman who helped carry out the shooting in San Bernardino, Calif., on Wednesday had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State in a Facebook posting, multiple media outlets report.
There's no evidence the group directed the woman, Tashfeen Malik, and her husband Syed Rizwan Farook, to launch the attacks, which killed 14 and wounded 21, the New York Times reports, citing federal law enforcement officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the investigation is continuing.
The posting had been removed from the social media site and it's not clear when federal authorities obtained it.
In recent months, the FBI has been particularly concerned about individuals inspired by the Islamic State staging attacks in the United States, law enforcement officials say. Even before the shootings and bombings in Paris last month, the agency had under heavy surveillance at least three dozen individuals who the authorities were concerned might commit violence in the group's name.
more at link.....
Read more: http://www.tampabay.com/news/nation/breaking-wife-in-san-bernardino-attack-pledged-allegiance-to-islamic-state/2256488
Days after Donald Trump drew thousands to a rally in Sarasota, Clinton's crowd numbered roughly 600.
Huh? This is Florida, the third largest state. Six hundred? My friend got an invite several days ago. Hillary was in town for five or six fundraisers over two days it appears, and added a rally in the center of the state. They report that the crowd that came was enthusiastic.
But only 600?
Then it's reported that she told Floridians to get out and vote on the wrong day!
It was also written just yesterday, "Where is the Hillary Clinton campaign in Florida?"
and The most striking thing about Hillary Clinton's Florida campaign is how little it's doing..
THIS IS NOT A GOOD SIGN.
And 600 people?????
I called them and simply asked, "when the time comes and you carry this, will you be labeling it somehow so we know it's GMO?" The customer care dept. said, I have a statement to read to you. I then asked her to email it to me. I also told her nowhere in there did I hear an answer to my question. Will they be labeling it in their stores? Here's the response going out:
Dear Ms. Xxxxxxxx,
Thank you for taking the time to contact us with your question and allowing us the opportunity to serve you. We always enjoy hearing from our customers, and we appreciate the trust you have placed in us as your grocer of choice.
After extensive research and evaluation, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved genetically modified salmon as safe for consumption. At this time, we do not carry nor have plans to carry genetically modified salmon. We will continue to offer our traditional fresh, farmed salmon along with fresh and frozen wild salmon. Although the decision was publicly announced, it will be several years before it will be available for purchase.
At Publix, we work hard every day to provide our customers safe, high quality products. We want our customers to have confidence in the products we sell and to have access to foods that fit their preferences. We understand that many of our customers are interested in knowing more about genetically modified foods and how the food they eat is affected by genetic modification. We agree there is a need to educate the public about genetic modification and believe consumers should have access to consistent, accurate, and relevant information about the products they buy. Publix, much like American consumers, is asking for some answers and guidelines from the governmental agencies that oversee our food system. (Are they serious?)[/b] We believe the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) should define what constitutes genetically modified food and should also establish criteria for labeling, which would help address confusion.
For more information about Publixs position on genetically modified foods, please visithttp://corporate.publix.com/about-publix/publix-faq/position-statements.
We will continue to gather data based on government and industry information. As new information is discovered, we will share what we learn about genetically modified foods and want to hear your thoughts and questions. As with all things, the final decision regarding which products to choose is always yours.
We hope we have answered your question to your satisfaction. Should you have additional follow up, please do not hesitate to contact our customer care specialist at 1-800-242-1227. You may also contact us via email at www.publix.com/contact or write us at Publix Super Markets, Inc., P.O. Box 407, Lakeland, FL 33802, ATTN: Customer Care. Please be sure to reference your case identification number. We look forward to hearing from you again soon.
I have enough information to know that I don't want these food types and have a right to know what I'm purchasing, thank you.
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