Monday, May 24, 2010

More Proof That America is a Country of Hate...

Gay, Mentally Challenged Biracial Male Cheerleader Claims Discrimination

Eight words I bet you never thought that you would see in a single sentence.

Story link.

Pie vs. Cake


Friday, May 21, 2010

Mexican President Admits They Actively Deport Illegal Immigrants...

Citing a Washington Times article explaining Mexican immigration laws that incriminated those who willfully participated in illegal immigration or helped illegal immigrants, Blitzer asked President Calderón to contrast those laws with Arizona’s. Calderón replied that, while the Times assessment used to be true, it is no longer, and immigration cannot be illegal in Mexico. “Of course, on the border, we are asking people ‘Who are you?’” explained Calderón, and “Once they are inside the country, what the Mexican police do is, of course, enforce the law, but any means immigration is a crime anymore in Mexico… if someone does that, we find them and sending [sic] them back.”

Story link.

Tonado Forming Caught on Camera in Sedalia

Video link.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Arizona Official Threatens to Cut Off Los Angeles Power as Payback for Boycott

If Los Angeles wants to boycott Arizona, it had better get used to reading by candlelight.

That's the message from a member of Arizona's top government utilities agency, who threw down the gauntlet Tuesday in a letter to Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa by threatening to cut off the city's power supply as retribution.

If Los Angeles wants to boycott Arizona, it had better get used to reading by candlelight.

That's the message from a member of Arizona's top government utilities agency, who threw down the gauntlet Tuesday in a letter to Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa by threatening to cut off the city's power supply as retribution.

Link to the letter that was sent.

Fox News story link.

May 20th is "Everybody Draw Mohammad Day"!

"My depiction featured Muhammad staring blankly at what I imagine were the open expanses on the road between Medina and Mecca," Quigley wrote.

"Above him, in Arabic script are the words that all Muslims speak after saying his name: Sallallahu Alayhi Wasalam ("May God's Peace and Blessings Be Upon Him"). Below, in Arabic, is the phrase, 'I Love Hummus.' I think we can all connect more with a man if he likes our favorite food."

What started out as a cartoonist's call to action against censorship -- an open invitation to submit caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad -- has led to death threats, a court order to temporarily block parts of the website in Pakistan and a call for a boycott of Facebook to protest what Muslims believe is blasphemy.

"Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!" began last month as the brainchild of a Seattle-based cartoonist named Molly Norris, who was appalled by Comedy Central's decision to censor an episode of "South Park" that depicted Muhammad in a bear costume.

As a way to protest the network's decision -- which came after an Islamic extremist website warned of retaliation against the show's creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker -- Norris created a poster with likenesses of Muhammad as a domino, a teacup and a box of pasta.

She declared May 20 "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!" -- and her efforts quickly went viral, spawning several Facebook pages with thousands of followers dedicated to the event.

Matthew Quigley, a member of the "Everybody Draw Mohammad Day" group, said he joined the cause after Comedy Central censored "South Park," which happened after a message on warned that the cartoon's creators "will probably end up" like Theo van Gogh, a Dutch filmmaker who was murdered after releasing a film critical of Islam.

"It is a line drawn in the sand," Quigley wrote "On one side are those who are unwilling to allow the threat of violence to blunt the edge of Free Speech. It is a vocal and organized and headless movement to deny extremism the power of control."

Quigley, who has already uploaded his depiction of Muhammad, said he's pleased to see the solidarity behind the cause.

Fox News story link.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

News Reporter Tuesday!

The roving reporter etiquette series is the best...

Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

I'd Vote This Guy for Any Office...

Just awesome.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Welcome Big Blue!

IBM set to bring 800 jobs to Columbia

100 will be hired this year; average salary to be $55K.

The city known for the black and gold of the University of Missouri is about to get what some are calling a historic financial shot in the arm from Big Blue. IBM is getting ready to take up quarters in a former manufacturing plant on LeMone Industrial Boulevard and plans to eventually have a $44 million annual local payroll.

Gov. Jay Nixon and several representatives from an ambitious public/private partnership announced today that IBM has selected Columbia for a new technology service delivery center that will employ as many as 800 technical professionals. Department of Economic Development officials said today’s announcement on the plaza of the City Hall Addition at Eighth Street and Broadway would rank among the nation’s top 10 job creation projects in 2010.

Average annual wages will be $55,000 per job, according to materials provided to the Tribune.

Columbia Daily Tribune story link.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Muslim Student Association Member at University of Southern California Calls for Second Jewish Holocaust

May 11, 2010: A Muslim Jew-hater and supporter of genocide is flushed out by David Horowitz at a speech during "Israel Apartheid Week at the University of California San Diego.

There is your religion of peace...

Joshua Pundit story link.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Hey! Columbia, Mo. is on the News!

And not in a good way...


Golf Channel reporter Win McMurry committed a gaffe when describing Tiger Woods' reason for dropping out of the last round of the Players Championship: She called his "bulging disk" a "bulging dick."

Fox News story link.

Win McMurry homepage link.

Ignorance is Strength

President obama, who utilized social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, for the 2008 presidential election, at a commencement exercise at Hampton University in Virginia on Sunday, obama states:

…And meanwhile, you’re coming of age in a 24/7 media environment that bombards us with all kinds of content and exposes us to all kinds of arguments, some of which don’t always rank that high on the truth meter. And with iPods and iPads; and Xboxes and PlayStations — none of which I know how to work — (laughter) — information becomes a distraction, a diversion, a form of entertainment, rather than a tool of empowerment, rather than the means of emancipation. So all of this is not only putting pressure on you; it’s putting new pressure on our country and on our democracy….

Monday, May 10, 2010

Apparently, California is Stolen, Mexican Property

According to a California high school teacher...

Ron Gochez is a high school social studies teacher at the Santee Education Complex in Los Angeles. In his spare time he calls for a Mexican revolution from the steps on the UCLA campus, of which he has determined to be stolen, occupied Mexican land. La Raza is also mentioned in the video presentation.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Hell, This Thing Might Even Cure Cancer!

It seems that it can do everything else!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010


A threatening TV commercial appearing in Pennsylvania has residents of the state spooked by its "Orwellian" overtones, and critics are calling it a government attempt to scare delinquent citizens into paying back taxes.

In the 30-second ad, ominous mechanical sounds whir in the background as a satellite camera zooms in through the clouds and locks onto an average Pennsylvania home. The narrator begins her cold and calculating message:

Your name is Tom ... You live just off of 5th Street ... Nice car, Tom — nice house. What's not so nice is you owe Pennsylvania $4,212 in back taxes. Listen Tom, we can make this easy. Pay online by June 18th and we'll skip your penalty and take half off your interest because Tom, we do know who you are.

The satellite snares its target — Tom's house — and the screen flashes another menacing line as the ad peters out:


Fox News story link.

They are also running a "The end of Mr. Nice Guy" campaign.
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