You Will Not Believe What Police Did To Search For an Imaginary Missing Person Created on Facebook

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You Will Not Believe What Police Did To Search For an Imaginary Missing Person Created on Facebook

With recent events like; a teen pretending to be an Al-Qaida member tweeting a threat to American Airlines, and now this story coming out of France, imaginary crime has become a real thing.

On to Chayson Basinio, a two year old who was reported allegedly missing by his great aunt.

When police received the report, they took it upon themselves to forget validating if any of the information was accurate.   It was beginning to look like a cold case.   And after they sent divers into a lake and then dredged it to search for the Lochness Monster the imaginary Chayson, it became clearer that they might be being misled.

Law enforcement finally put the clues together.  At first they thought that because they found Chayson’s Father on Facebook with pictures of him and Chayson then  Chayson must be real.  For some reason, they did not follow the typical procedure of questioning the parents of the child. It turned out the Native American blood running through Elizabeth Warren’s veins was as real as Chayson.

The great aunt has since been arrested.

“Eric Mazoud, the public prosecutor in the French town of Cusset, told the Guardian: “The inquiry for kidnapping and sequestration has obviously been redirected into one of reporting an imaginary crime or offense.”

Yeah I’d be offended too, if I was paying taxes to fund France’s Imaginary Crime Police.

Life Imitates Art: ‘Notebook’ Couple Married for 70 Years Die 15 Hours Apart

H/T @LibertyChick and CNET

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Life Imitates Art: ‘Notebook’ Couple Married for 70 Years Die 15 Hours Apart

The Notebook was a touching 2004 movie about a young couple who meets, falls in love and dies within hours of each other in old age. In Ohio last week, life imitated art:

A couple who held hands at breakfast every morning for 70 years died 15 hours apart. Helen Felumlee died at 92 on April 12. Her husband, 91-year-old Kenneth Felumlee, died the next morning:

The couple’s eight children say the two had been inseparable since meeting as teenagers, once sharing the bottom of a bunk bed on a ferry rather than sleeping one night apart.

 

They remained deeply in love until the very end, even eating breakfast together while holding hands, said their daughter, Linda Cody.

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“We knew when one went, the other was going to go,” she said.

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Linda said that about 12 hours after her mom died, her dad looked at her and her siblings and said, “Mom’s dead.” Kenneth quickly began to fade and was surrounded by family members and friends when he died the next morning.

“He was ready,” Linda said. “He just didn’t want to leave her here by herself.”

The pair had known each other for several years when they eloped to Newport, Ky., across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, on Feb. 20, 1944. At two days shy of his 21st birthday, Kenneth — who went by Kenny — was too young to marry in Ohio.

Just as Kenny had refused to let age separate him from his beloved Helen 70 years ago, last week he refused to let death separate them as well.

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The Great Minimum Wage Debate: 6 CEOs and Barack Obama Weigh in On the Jobs Impact of a Hike

President Obama has argued that “there’s no solid evidence that a higher minimum wage costs jobs.” Here is what some reputable CEOs have to say about that.

Those who are opposed to hiking the minimum wage:

  • “So if your costs go up by X million by taking an initiative like this, what are companies going to do? It doesn’t mean their sales are going to get better, it just means that you’re going to have to offset that expense and how are you going to offset that expense? The worst thing that can happen is we end up laying off people.” – Macy’s CEO Terry Lundgren

  • “If they did this minimum wage thing, I’m telling you there’d be another 15 to 20 percent [of small businesses] that are going to go away… You can’t afford it.”  – Former McDonalds CEO Ed Rensi

  • “This industry should be the poster child for how it ought to work because we give people a place to start… To those who scream in protest at the idea of someone going from the bottom rung to penthouse suite simply by working hard, Miller points to Dawn Lafreeda. After starting at Denny’s as a hostess when she was 16 years-old, Lafreeda bought her own franchise by the time she turned 24. Today she’s one of Denny’s biggest franchisees with 70 locations in six states and revenues of over $60 million…” – Denny’s CEO John Miller

  • “Everybody must remember if our expenses go up in a business, somehow or another you have to compensate for that in the bottom line.” Culver’s CEO Craig Culver, who supports a “two-tiered system,” whereby the minimum wage for adults is $10.10, and the minimum wage for teenagers is lower.

Those who are in favor of hiking the minimum wage:

  • In an article in which CNN said Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz “backs” raising the minimum wage, the CEO fell short of saying it should be $10.10. “We may not be able to afford to provide all the benefits if we had to go to $10 an hour,” the CEO told Oprah. But the CEO added that he didn’t think he’d have to raise the price of Starbucks’ (already overpriced) coffee.

  • “At Costco, we know that paying employees good wages makes good sense for business. We pay a starting hourly wage of $11.50 in all states where we do business, and we are still able to keep our overhead costs low.”- Costco CEO Craig Jelinek

Contrary to Obama’s (and the hard left‘s) assertion that “there’s no solid evidence that a higher minimum wage costs jobs,” and despite well-known statist economists like Paul Krugman advocating that the minimum wage can be hiked without negative consequences, that’s hardly the clear case.

The Washington Post reported a 2006 study that surveyed more than 100 studies, and came to an opposite conclusion: “raising the minimum wage leads to economic distortions and often has unintended adverse consequences for the employment opportunities of low-skilled workers.”

There may not be a definitive answer on whether or not raising the minimum wage will lead to grave damage to the economy. But given that George W. Bush raised the minimum wage from $5.15 an hour to $7.25 an hour, and Barack Obama seeks to raise the minimum wage (beyond federal workers) from $7.25 an hour to $10.10 an hour, and each have annual jobs creation rate of around +0.22% – by far the lowest going back to Herbert Hoover – it might be time to try something different.

Instead of letting just a handful of fallible men decide, let the marketplace of millions of Americans decide.

In an open market, individuals should seek out the job opportunities where the labor demand implies they can be paid more. Individuals have a choice – if you don’t have the job skills to compete for your dream job right now, find a job that needs to be done and make money doing it (many entry-level low-skill jobs, like in sanitation or in shipping, pay relatively well), or improve oneself through education and job training. If the entry-level job is low wage, get in that job and prove you deserve more.

While many point to the profits of corporations or the salaries of CEOs as a basis for arguing that all workers should be paid more, this falsely holds profits as a zero-sum game and ignores the value-contributions that good CEOs make to companies that justify paying them higher salaries. Most shareholders or business owners aren’t stupid: they don’t pay CEOs more for fun or as an affront to those who make less.

What many of these corporate CEOs are surely well aware of (see former McDonalds CEO’s comment) is that legislating an equal standard for all has unequal effects in terms of how individuals and small businesses are impacted. Some people are rewarded who do not merit it; others are held back from seizing more opportunity through their hard work and talent. That’s one reason why the economy flourishes in freedom, and languishes under central planning.

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White House: Yeah, You’re Signed Up for ObamaCare, but You Gotta Pay That Premium Thingy

The Obama administration continues to claim that 7.1 million people enrolled in Obamacare by the March 31 deadline. On the other hand, skeptics continue to question the number.

Among the questions over the validity of the 7.1 million claim: the number of those who were forced to enroll after their existing policies were cancelled, the number of people who would’ve signed up for Medicaid anyway, and those who have merely completed an application  versus actually paying for coverage.

It’s that last category that apparently has the administration concerned as well. As the good folks at Twitchy put it:

Out: “Get covered.” In: “You guys are gonna pay, right? RIGHT?”

Now, Team Obama has begun to send out the equivalent of “friendly reminders” to those who haven’t ponied up:

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While the administration seems to be able to tell us with uncanny accuracy that not 7 million, but 7.1 million people have “signed up” for ObamaCare, it continues to claim it doesn’t know how many of them have actually paid premiums. Conservative estimates put the number as high as 20%.

Western States Gather: ‘The Urgency is Now’ to Take Control of Federal Land

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Professor Gets Suspended After Posting Picture of Daughter In A Game of Thrones T-Shirt

Game of Thrones fan and New Jersey Art Professor Francis Schmidt was put on unpaid leave from Bergen Community College for eight days.

What’s the reason for his temporary suspension? He posted a selfie at the White House! Just kidding, he uploaded a picture of his daughter in a Game of Thrones t-shirt on Google+ with a caption that reads, “I will take what’s mine with fire and blood.”

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After seeing the picture of the young girl in a t-shirt five times too big, the Dean of Bergen and school officials decided to take action. They warned Professor Schmidt, “that he was not to be on campus for any reason, the safety of all the members of the community is taken very seriously.”

Schmidt said, “he cannot even imagine someone seeing him capable of violence.” That did not stop school officials from demanding he undergo psychiatric evaluation and not to wear any t-shirts on campus that had threatening slogans on them.

What do you think? Have public school officials taken disciplinary action to a whole new level of ridiculous? It’s not like he’s a conservative, right “libs”?

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Western States Gather: ‘The Urgency is Now’ to Take Control of Federal Land

The “cattle battle” between Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and the Bureau of Land Management may be over – for now. But it appears that the battle between Western states and the federal government over who should own the land in those states is just beginning.

As reported by The Salt Lake Tribune, more than 50 political leaders from nine states met for the first time on Friday to talk about their joint goal: wresting control of oil-, timber -and mineral-rich lands away from the feds.

“It’s simply time,” said Rep. Ken Ivory, R-West Jordan, who organized the Legislative Summit on the Transfer for Public Lands along with Montana state Sen. Jennifer Fielder. “The urgency is now.”

The “Legislative Summit on the Transfer for Public Lands” – which was attended by lawmakers from Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Montana, Oregon, Utah and Washington – was already scheduled before the tense standoff between Bundy and the BLM over cattle grazing on federal land gained national attention.

Utah House Speaker Becky Lockhart summed it up:

“What’s happened in Nevada is really just a symptom of a much larger problem.”

Idaho Speaker of the House Scott Bedke said Idaho forests and rangeland managed at the state level have suffered less damage and watershed degradation from wildfires than have lands managed by federal agencies.

“It’s time the states in the West come of age. We’re every bit as capable of managing the lands in our boundaries as the states east of Colorado.”

While five of the nine states have cost-benefit studies underway to determine whether it would be advantageous for them to take control of federally-owned lands within their borders, Utah is ahead of the curve, demanding that Congress turn over land to the state.

“Utah has been way ahead on this,” said Montana state Senator Jennifer Fielder. As for the other 8 states? Fielder says, “the urgency is now.”

And so it begins – not ends. Should the federal government relinquish ownership of land rights to the states?

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Horrifying: Woman To Abort Her Child So That She Can Be On Reality Show

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A British celebrity-wannabe was interviewed about her decision to abort her child in order to improve her chances to appear on a reality show.

From the Mirror:

Wannabe celebrity Josie Cunningham last night confessed the chance of appearing on TV’s Big Brother was worth more than her unborn child’s life.

 

Puffing on a cigarette and rubbing her baby bump, the controversial model and call girl – who will have her abortion at a clinic this week – said: “I’m finally on the verge of becoming famous and I’m not going to ruin it now.

 

“An abortion will further my career. This time next year I won’t have a baby. Instead, I’ll be famous, driving a bright pink Range Rover and buying a big house. Nothing will get in my way.”

 

Josie, 23, is already 18 weeks pregnant by either an escort agency client or a Premier League footballer. But she claims her late life-or-death decision has nothing to do with who the father is.

 

She says it is based on the breakdown of negotiations with Channel 5 to appear on the reality show.

How awful that a child’s life will be sacrificed for the sake of worldly fame. Is it any surprise when our political leaders keep telling us that abortion allows women more freedom and prosperity? If there’s any decency in this world,Channel 5 will be overwhelmed with public outrage that would keep this woman from such an awful and selfish act.

I’m not holding my breath.

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When a New York City Church Holds a Mass for Special Needs Families, They Find Acceptance & Serenity

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Often, families who have children with special needs feel uncomfortable going to public gatherings such as church. Their child might talk or walk around during the service, disturbing the other guests.

But on Palm Sunday, The Church of the Blessed Sacrament in New York City held a special needs mass for families. This simple yet thoughtful action created a memory that these families will always cherish.

This Special Rendition of ‘Hallelujah’ Tells the Story of Easter in a Powerful and Unique Way

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Beware: You’ll Likely Hear A Lefty At A College Commencement Ceremony

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Caleb Bonham, the editor-in-chief of Campus Reform was on “Fox and Friends” this morning with Tucker Carlson and shared some harrowing interesting news on this Spring’s commencement speakers:

  • 10 of Obama’s 16 cabinet members are speaking
  • 57 Democrats are speaking VS 26 Republicans
  • 11 Democratic governors VS 6 Republicans

Of course, it is no surprise. The vast majority of American colleges lean left and their speaker selections will naturally reflect that. Even so, it is a pretty sad state of affairs.

Awesome: Montana State Senator Shoots Down Drone In His Political Ad

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High School Student Suspended for Asking Miss America to the Big Dance

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When Miss America Nina Davuluri was invited to a Q&A session at Central York High School in Pennsylvania, she got more than a bottle of water and a microphone: a young man used the opportunity to ask her out to the prom.

That didn’t go over too well with the humorless school administrators, who promptly gave the plucky young man three days in detention.

In the school’s defense, Davuluri was definitely put on the spot when eighteen-year-old Patrick Farves gave her a plastic flower and asked her to the big dance.

Farves was warned by the school not to do it, but he went ahead and it anyway – distracting from the forum on “diversity” and science or something. Then he asked for a selfie with her.

“She just kind of laughed and I gave her the little flower I got,” Farves told Fox 43. “And I went up and I gave her the flower and asked her if I could get a selfie with her. And she was like maybe later, and I never got the selfie.”

Tough luck, bro. Maybe if it was a girl asking Brad Pitt out to a big dance, the school administrators would have found the humor in it.

As it is, just being a guy has turned into a punishable offense in some schools. Guys want to date girls, get over it.

What do you think? Appropriate discipline for breaking the rules and “disrupting” the assembly? Or give the guy credit for having some courage, and cut him some slack on the detention bit?

Either way, the guy’s got a heck of a story to tell his kids one day: “I once did time just to ask Miss America to the prom.” And that’s not bad.

Hundreds of Students Petition Against Michelle Obama ‘Overshadowing’ Them at High School Graduation

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Video: Krauthammer Calls Most Recent Keystone Delay A ‘Spit In the Eye To Canada’

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On Fox News yesterday, Charles Krauthammer destroyed the Obama administration’s thousandth most recent delay of the Keystone XL pipeline:

In other words, every economic argument is against this, and all that’s left, I think, as Jason said, is pure ideology.

 

I would just add one fact that the ambassador was too discreet to mention: It is a spit in the eye to Canada, our closest ally, helps us in all kinds of tight spots around the world, trying to help us with Ukraine and this is absolute disrespect of the highest order, our closest friend.

The pipeline has been beset by delays for over five years. This latest delay, according to the Obama administration, stems from a court case in Nebraska over its proposed route and it will likely be delayed well past the November election.

By way of comparison, that’s about the length of time it took the United States to build the Hoover Dam. It took four years to defeat Japan and Germany in World War II, the Civil War lasted just under four years, and it took just thirteen-and-a-half months to build the Empire State Building.

As much as the President talks a great game about wanting more infrastructure projects to quell our national economic emergency, it’s surprising that delaying this pipeline is such a priority of his.

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Breaking News: Did Apple’s Satellite Map App Just Find the Loch Ness Monster?

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Reports are flying across the Internet about the possibility that Apple’s satellite map app just snapped a pic of the elusive “Loch Ness monster.” Long speculated to be a relative of the dinosaur-era plesiosaur, many have chalked the rumors up to baseless monster talk. Until now.

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Could this satellite imagery hold a clue that scientists on the hunt have been missing? Could the Loch Ness monster be real? Comment below.

Got Obamacare? You Better Change Your Password!

H/T Discovery, Larry O’Connor

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Hundreds of Students Petition Against Michelle Obama ‘Overshadowing’ Them at High School Graduation

Students and their parents are up in arms over a Topeka, Kansas school district’s decision to invite Michelle Obama to speak at its high school graduation.

While some of those opposed to the invitation say the issue is limited seating, for others, it’s the idea that the First Lady’s speech, tied to the 60th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Brown v. Board of Education outlawing segregation in schools, would overshadow the students’ big day.

The district announced plans to place a priority on seating students and their families, but said it may be forced to broadcast the graduation ceremony to an overflow room at an adjacent hotel for those unable to find a seat inside.

That idea didn’t sit well with student Taylor Gifford, who started an online petition on Thursday urging the district to rescind the invitation. She and the more than 1,200 people who signed the petition were concerned about limited seating options for family and friends.

“People think it’s a great opportunity, but it’s the graduates’ time. They are getting that diploma that they worked so hard for. ‘Families are feeling that they are being cheated out of the loved one’s special day.”

 

Abbey Rubottom described herself as a ‘die-hard Democrat’, but doesn’t like the idea of Mrs. Obama sharing the stage with graduates:

“No disrespect for the First Lady, and it’s amazing that she wants to come speak, I just think it doesn’t belong at graduation.”

The graduating senior suggested separate ceremonies, with Obama speaking at one event and the address being replayed at the other.

Should Michelle Obama still be invited to speak at the graduation ceremony, or is Abbey Rubottom’s suggested compromise the better idea?

Obama Signs Bill Barring Iranian Hostage Taker From Entry To US; Immediately Says He Won’t Enforce It

H/T ClashDaily

While Bundy Ranch Celebrates & Pokes Fun of Lawmakers, Harry Reid Calls Them ‘Domestic Terrorists’

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While the Bundy Ranch was celebrating what may be a temporary victory against Harry Reid and the Bureau of Land Management, the Democratic Senate Majority Leader was castigating the group as a bunch of “domestic terrorists.”

Those gathered at the Bundy Ranch staged a country music concert, held a barbecue, and poked fun at Reid and other lawmakers. Good stuff.

Jay Carney Pulls It Off: Tells Another Lie about Obama Transparency without Busting up Laughing on Stage

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Obama Signs Bill Barring Iranian Hostage Taker From Entry To US; Immediately Says He Won’t Enforce It

The good news: Barack Obama signed a bill Friday authored by Ted Cruz that would bar a current Iranian diplomat (and former American hostage taker) from entering the U.S. The bad news: He immediately issued a statement saying he wouldn’t enforce it.

Obama decided to treat the law as mere “advice.”

“Acts of espionage and terrorism against the United States and our allies are unquestionably problems of the utmost gravity, and I share the Congress’s concern that individuals who have engaged in such activity may use the cover of diplomacy to gain access to our nation.

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Nevertheless, as President [George H.W.] Bush also observed, ‘curtailing by statute my constitutional discretion to receive or reject ambassadors is neither a permissible nor a practical solution.’ I shall therefore continue to treat section 407, as originally enacted and as amended by S. 2195, as advisory in circumstances in which it would interfere with the exercise of this discretion.”

So why sign the bill? Because it was passed unanimously by voice vote in both chambers of Congress?

The chances of Obama accepting the “advice” of Congress in the case of Hamid Abutalebi, Tehran’s new UN ambassador and one of the Iranian “students” who kidnapped 52 Americans in 1979 and held them for 444 days, are close to zero.

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Heartbleed Security Worm Strikes Obamacare Website, Annoys Those Who Actually Signed Up

In yet another setback to Obama’s signature legislation and the flower of his domestic policy, the “Heartbleed” security breach has struck the Obamacare website.

People who have accounts on the enrollment website for President Barack Obama’s signature health care law are being told to change their passwords following an administration-wide review of the government’s vulnerability to the confounding Heartbleed computer virus.

 

Senior administration officials said there is no indication that the HealthCare.gov site has been compromised and the action is being taken out of an abundance of caution. The government’s Heartbleed review is ongoing, the officials said, and users of other websites may also be told to change their passwords in the coming days, including those with accounts on the popular WhiteHouse.gov petitions page.

The “Heartbleed” bug is caused by a faulty upgrade in software that millions of machines use to communicate with each other, allowing hackers to gain access to passwords and other information that would otherwise be protected.

But the incompetence of the Obamacare website’s administration is just the tip of the iceberg – wait until they’re running our healthcare.

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Awesome: Montana State Senator Shoots Down Drone In His Political Ad

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Matt Rosendale is a Republican state senator in Montana who recently released a reelection campaign ad. And it’s fantastic.

This is what I look like from a government drone. And this is what I think about it.

 

Spying on our citizens? That’s just wrong. I’m ready to stand tall for freedom and get Washington out of our lives.

Hard to argue with that. By the way, don’t try this at home, kids: shooting down government drones is a federal crime.

For The Undecideds, Here Are Ten Genius Reasons To Vote Democrat

H/T Mashable

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10 Genius Reasons To Vote Democrat in the 2014 Elections

This simple list of 10 genius reasons has been making the rounds online, but it helps you determine if you should vote Democrat in the next election:

10. If you can’t wait for college football season to be delayed or cancelled because the student athletes are union employees.

 

9.  If you believe oil companies’ profits of 4% on a gallon of gas are obscene, but the government taxing that same gallon of gas at 15% isn’t.

 

8. If you believe the government will do a better job of spending your money than you will.

 

7. If you believe Freedom of Speech critically important, as long as nobody is offended by it.

 

6. If you believe regular citizens are way too irresponsible to own guns, and know that your local police are all that’s needed to protect us from murderers and thieves. You are also thankful that we have a 911 service that get police to your loved one’s home in order to identify their body after a home invasion.

 

5. If you’re not concerned about millions of babies being aborted, but are passionate about keeping death row inmates alive and comfy.

 

4. If you think illegal aliens have a right to free health care, education, and Social Security benefits; and that we should take away the Social Security from those who paid into it.

 

3. If you believe that businesses should NOT be allowed to make profits for themselves. You also believe that they should break even and give any excess to the government for redistribution and fairness, as elected officials and public servants see fit.

 

2. If you believe judges should rewrite the Constitution as needed to suit those whose agendas would never get past the voters.

And the Number One reason why you should vote Democrat is:

1. You think that it’s better to pay billions for oil to people who hate us, but not drill our own because it might upset some endangered beetle, gopher, fish or frog.

On the other hand, if you now have a headache from reading this list, you probably should not be voting Democrat.

‘Gosnell’ Film Breaks Indiegogo Crowdfund Record

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A San Francisco Billionaire Just Bought Obama and Delayed the Keystone XL Pipeline

While the media is obsessed with the Koch brothers this campaign season, a billionaire hedge fund manager from San Francisco just bought off the White House to the tune of $100 million in order to delay the Keystone XL pipeline decision.

From Fox News:

The Obama administration once again has punted on a final decision for the Keystone XL pipeline, announcing ahead of the holiday weekend it is extending a key review period indefinitely — a move that could push off a determination until after the midterm elections. 

 

Republicans, as well as red-state Democrats who want the proposed Canada-to-Texas pipeline approved, slammed the administration for the delay. Democrats even threatened to find ways to go around the president to get the project approved. 

 

“It’s absolutely ridiculous that this well over five year long process is continuing for an undetermined amount of time,” Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., said in a statement.

What you won’t hear about in mainstream media is how Billionaire Tom Steyer drove the decision by promising to spend $100 million to help Democrats in the midterm election who help defeat the project:

With the decision pushed back probably past the election, this allows the Democrats to be for or against the decision depending on their election chances and how badly they need Steyer’s support. Given that a majority of Americans want the project to go through, this is good news for vulnerable Democrats. Meanwhile, American jobs suffer, and whatever economic impact the project might have had on Russia is ignored for the sake of Obama’s political gain.

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Harry Reid’s View on Terrorists Explained in One Cartoon

Political cartoonist A.F. Branco has perfectly captured Harry Reid’s sad views on what really constitutes a terrorist.

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As an American who believes vehemently in our Constitution, free speech and free political discourse I find Reid’s comments both ridiculous and hurtful.

Do you think its a coincidence that Reid wants to sell Cliven Bundy’s land to the Chinese and is simultaneously labeling those whom have come to the rancher’s defense “terrorists”?

H/T Comically Incorrect