Oof… Take a large dose of obtuse double-speak, blend in a batch of cognitive dissonance, and bake at the highest possible level of moonbattery.
Self protection is the most fundamental right.
Why are so many Muslim refugees coming to the US? Why do so few persecuted Christians come? The answer is the position of the churches. The biggest door into US society is the church door. The Christians and Jews love to attend interfaith gatherings where they sit and nod their heads yes to all that the Muslims say.
But the Christian and Jewish leaders are ignorant about Islam. They know nothing about the Islamic doctrine of Christian and Jew hatred. But what is worse is that they refuse to learn.
Christian leaders have developed a doctrine of the coward to justify their pious ignorance and fear. They are all about turning the other cheek, loving their enemies, and doing nothing while waiting for Jesus to return. They are incapable of boldness and courage. Wimps all (well, about 95% of them).
And if you are not a Christian, why aren’t you concerned with the greatest human rights tragedy happening today—the killing of religious minorities in Islamic lands? Why can’t persecuted Christians come as refugees to America? When will Christians care about the persecution of their own brothers and sisters?
What has happened to us (Christians, Jews, Buddhists, atheists and all others) that we are no longer able to have moral outrage? Righteous anger?
I agree get over it you lost!
Wonder if Daniel spent Thanksgiving with his Hollyweird brother Alec… From Fox News: Another Baldwin brother is heated up about the election. Daniel Baldwin sent a message to those who have not yet accepted the results of the 2016 presidential election: “Suck it up.” The 56-year-old told TMZ that those who are not happy with the results […]
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Good to hear some news from Hollyweird via Daniel Baldwin – “SUCK IT UP.” We put up with your guy for eight years – now it is your time to put up with our guy – cause we have a lot of “clean up” to do after your guy messed up the country.
Soon there will be no production in California so there will be no pollution and all will be happy. The problem will be there will also be on income … so we’ll see how well that works.
Via Yahoo: California is taking its fight against global warming to the farm. The nation’s leading agricultural state is now targeting greenhouse gases produced by dairy cows and other livestock. Despite strong opposition from farmers, Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation in September that for the first time regulates heat-trapping gases from livestock operations and landfills. […]
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Jerry Brown has run out of deplorables to blame and now he is switching to blaming cows. Poor guy -just lost his soul and looking for it in the barn yard..
I would agree with these number; there has been no growth in inome since 2000. A the growth that was here was from the last century and we are now in the process of using up all the previous wealth. Socialism never creates wealth it only redistributes it until its all gone and its all even at zero. .Check out what is going on in Venezuela today and remember that when it starts hear as we are better off only because we had more to start,
One of the employees of Carrier HVAC systems in Indiana reacts to hearing that President-Elect Donald Trump and VP-Elect Mike Pence were able to negotiate a deal with Carrier to save 1,000 Indiana …
“We have the most killer deal-makers… we never use them, I know many of them… these guys are brutal… hard… and Obama uses Kennedy in Japan, I mean give me a break̷…
The surge in strong economic data continued moments ago when the Chicago PMI printed at a whopping 57.6, surging from last month’s 50.6, and print not only above the consensus estimate of 52.5, but also above the highest forecast provided by 32 economists. This was the highest print since January 2015. Four of the five Barometer components increased, with only Employment falling.
The increase added momentum to the fourth quarter, with the three-month trend ascending to 54.1 this month, up from 52.1 in the three months to October.
According to MNI, the rise in New Orders contributed the most to the increase in the Barometer, increasing 10.7 points to 63.2 in November. Production also rose, regaining virtually all of October’s fall. Order Backlogs jumped out of contractionary territory, where it had been over the past three months, while Supplier Deliveries saw a smaller rise. Despite higher orders and output, demand for labor fell. Employment slipped back into contraction, making last month’s recovery short-lived.
This month’s special question asked firms how they expected business activity to fare in 2017. Most respondents expected businesses to do somewhat better than in 2016. Most respondents expected their business to grow less than 5% next year but there were many who were more optimistic and expected growth to be above 10%. The path of interest rates and the election outcome were said to be important factors that could impact activity in the coming year.
Companies increased their stock levels at the fastest pace since October 2015, with the Inventories Indicator moving back into expansion in November.
Inflationary pressures at the factory-gate eased slightly after picking up last month. Prices Paid fell to 56.8 in November, although staying above the 12-month average of 52.2.
“The November reading for the Business Barometer marked the sixth month of expansionary business activity in the US. Strength in orders, a recovery in oil prices and the stronger dollar have all impacted businesses with varying degrees.
“Respondents to our survey also remain optimistic about business activity in 2017 although the new government’s policies and the Fed’s approach towards monetary tightening would impact the course of business activity over the next year.” said Shaily Mittal, senior economist at MNI Indicators.