ABC: The Kenyan government said Friday it will close two refugee camps, including one of the world’s biggest, due to a lack of security and economic challenges as human Rights group condemned the plan.
Columbian sky divers working for phone company, EBT, did their best to simulate a game of quidditch while plummeting towards the ground. Quidditch is a made up game from Harry Potter that involves actually FLYing brooms, not riding one hurtling towards earth for a lame publicity [Read More]
From JC Lady While shopping for cards today, Kroger had an LGBT Mother’s Day slot.
I stipulated long ago that Donald Trump has a flawed personality. (I actually put it in harsher terms, but let’s start to be kind, shall we?) Trump is meandering through the miasma of it all, but he’s managed to identify what truly stinks about America – [Read More]
JihadWatch: “The police told me that attacks are now a daily routine. And it’s going to get worse.” And so instead of confronting the Muslim migrants, or reviewing the policy of bringing them in to the country, Austrian police are telling women to change their [Read More]
It’s not news. Not sure why I’m posting. Happy Mother’s Day to her and all. .
CPR: California is crazy—under the new law kids under 21 may not smoke cigarettes, but are already smoking pot in public. If you are in the military, though we are being told that cigarettes can cause cancer, you can buy and smoke cigarettes. Why does [Read More]
Because the DOJ’s criminal buddies are very sensitive to those words. WashingtonTimes: The Justice Department’s Office of Justice Programs is eschewing the terms “felon” and “convict” when officials refer to individuals convicted of crimes, opting instead for less “disparaging labels,” Assistant Attorney General Karol Mason announced [Read More]
A convenience store in Kentucky is no longer accepting sweaty money pulled from the shirts or shoes of customers.
CollegeFix: Was the incident that recently provoked a massive protest at Clemson University based on a hate-crime hoax? The answer to that question remains elusive as campus officials refuse to identify the people who hung bananas from a banner commemorating the plight of African Americans in [Read More]