A New York City restaurant decided to take a bold stand against one of their competitors in the most politically incorrect way possible, and it has many outraged at what they’ve done.
Gallo Nero, located in the West Village, is now promoting “The Big STRAIGHT Ice Cream” over the weekend in what appears to be an attempt at showing the double standard when it comes to sexuality in America.
The Obama administration’s decision to enlist the Defense Department in responding to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is raising concerns that the task is pulling the already-stretched military away from other missions, including vital counterterrorism operations.
Oh yeah, this will really help the people of Ferguson have a better opinion of police officers. Good grief! Only a cop would think this is a good form of “community outreach.” How tone deaf can you get?
The EZ Child ID kit is part of a national drive to fingerprint children. As you might expect, it’s all in the name of “public safety.” I honestly can’t think of anything more Orwellian.
Line up, kiddies! It’s time to get your fingerprints taken!
This isn’t as evil as it may seem, nor is it new. I had an “Ident-A-Kid” card as a kid and it’s purpose was to identify a child if he/she was ever lost or, heaven forbid, kidnapped. I know today’s technology makes things easier to corrupt, but it isn’t all bad.
Oh good lord. You have no idea how much I despise this man.
why? He is essentially saying is we should not be world police. And we shouldnt. I could get into alot of other points of how we are in afghanistan and iraq because of our involvement before…but I am tired and I just dont want to do that.
First of all, thank you for being the type of person who is fine with genocide and the murder of american citizens. Which we actually do have an obligation to stop.
Second, let’s talk about the P.J. O’Rourke quote “Evil is an outreach program”. Not only has ISIS already threatened America, but they are much more dangerous than al-Qaeda ever was and they stand to get much more dangerous. They have already allied themselves with Boko Haraam and Al Shabaab.
So let’s do the math and ignore the moral and ethical issues that you seem to not care for.
ISIS threatens America + America plays “world police” and crushes them in their infancy = Happy Day!
ISIS threatens America + America ignores the threats and acts of war on our citizens + ISIS builds their caliphate, continues killing, and becomes more dangerous and finally attacks America = Long, bloody and expensive war that could have been avoided if we killed the motherfuckers the moment they threatened us and killed Americans.
I’m a muslim and I stand with: - Hamas - Mursi - ISIS
So…you stand with cold-blooded murders even many Muslims have condemned? You stand for groups that kill their own people? You stand for groups that behead…
^^Amen! I’m saddened when people, especially fellow Christians, try to say we shouldn’t “judge” one another. Lost in translation are two hebrew words which both translate to ‘judge’, or the proper form thereof, but both of which have different contextual meanings which we lose in the english version. God is the sole being who can ‘judge’ a soul as to whether or not it will receive ever lasting life in His kingdom. God tells us that we should ‘judge’ one another, in that we tell each other right from wrong and point out sins while standing up for what is good.
People like to use Jesus’ teaching in Mathew 7:1; that we should not judge. They fail to continue with His teaching where he asks “why do you worry about the speck in your brothers eye when you have a plank in your own”. He’s speaking of hypocrisy. If you’re committing the same sin that the person you’re making ‘judgement’ upon, you’re a hypocrite. But, should you either repent or be free from that sin altogether, you can and should be a good Christian and stand for what is right.
Its a lesson on hypocrisy. So since I personally do not murder innocent people, I can and should condemn the acts of those who do.
Many lies, myths, smears and Pallywood fake photos are being circulated in honor of Israel Apartheid Week. The name itself is misleading, as the ‘week’ is scheduled to last for more than a month this year.
We plan to share new and realphotos of the Apartheid situation in Israel each…