If you want to know why people don’t give “Moderate” Muslims the benefit of the doubt this is why
"If the police had known how to disarm a simple suicide vest, Usman Khan would still be alive. Instead, they killed him."— Shaniqua O'Toole (@shaniquaotoole) November 30, 2019
I demand to know why the @metpoliceuk didn't know it was a fake suicide vest, only in tomorrow's Guardian. pic.twitter.com/z3rBc3BVCz
It wasn’t long ago when such a piece would be too fringe even for the Guardian.
I think this tweet is the single best political justification for the media/left’s actions on Trump that I’ve read
Dow Jones Ind Avg Trump election: 18,613— Philip Schuyler (@FiveRights) November 30, 2019
Dow Jones Ind Avg today: 28,051
Low taxes, low inflation
Highest employment US hist
Boom in commerce
Inimitable First Lady
Things are well.
If not for Dems & media generating hatred 24/7 we'd be the happiest we've ever been.
if you are the party out of power looking to regain it the last thing you want is for the people being “the happiest they’ve ever been” when your foes are in charge.
At the Doug Ross Journal (where I found the above tweet) I saw something that jumped out at me.
China just announced they would allow rice imports from the U.S. for the first time in their history.— Educating Liberals (@Education4Libs) November 29, 2019
Read that again.
Trump just sold rice to CHINA.
What a f*cking legend.
It turns out this isn’t a new story:
The U.S. can now ship rice to China for the first time ever, signaling a win for President Donald Trump in his efforts to reshape the trade relationship just after talks between the nations broke down Wednesday.
Officials from the nations finalized a protocol to allow for the first-ever American shipments, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Thursday in a statement. China is the world’s biggest rice consumer, importer and producer.
That’s from 2017 and this is from Feb
While there’s no guarantee, farmers and millers are increasingly optimistic because the Chinese ban has been lifted, a handful of U.S. rice mills have been cleared for export, and China is looking to make the Trump administration happy with commodity purchases.
It was in December that China took a major step toward making that happen, changing its customs regs and officially lifting its ban on U.S. rice. Separately, China has now officially cleared seven of the 34 U.S. rice mills that USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has asked China to certify under the country’s sanitary and phytosanitary regulations, U.S. industry and government officials tell Agri-Pulse. The remaining mills are still under Chinese consideration, sources say.
Oddly I don’t remember reading it before. Remember Media Bias isn’t just what gets reported, it’s what gets promoted.
Apparently a judge in Michigan believes it’s discrimination when a catholic priest decides not to enable her in a state of mortal sin to commit further mortal sin.
Judge Sara Smolenski, the chief judge of Michigan’s 63rd District Court, received a call from the priest at St. Stephen Catholic Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, requesting she not attend communion.
“This is not about me against the priest, and it’s not really me against the church,” Smolenski told CNN. “This feels like selective discrimination. Why choose gay people, and why now?”
Smolenski, 62, said that the Rev. Scott Nolan, the priest at St. Stephen for approximately three years, called her on November 23 and told her, “‘It was good to see you in church on Sunday. Because you and Linda are married in the state of Michigan, I’d like you to respect the church and not come to communion.’”
Actually given the Pope we have the idea of a church actually enforcing the rules of the church might actually be newsworthy.
Finally thanks to my injury I was able to watch the entire Patriots game this weekend and see them one guy keeping his balance on an onside kick away from a shot at yet another miracle comeback.
It’s a testament to what Brady has done in the past that when they managed to score the 2nd of the three scores they needed for a chance that even with under a minute to go and no time outs kicking the ball that you could hear double in the voices of the announcers in a game that should have been over and feel fear in the stadium after Edelman caught that touchdown, but in reality the Texan response was classic Patriot defense by a former Pats defensive coordinator, leave the other team just enough space and just enough time to get close but still lose.