140424 – Sotomayor’s Sorrow


Today’s Items:

First…
Axis of Gold
http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews

According to Stephen Leeb, Russia, China and Germany may be moving closer to adopting currencies backed by physical gold; as opposed, to paper gold.      He goes on to say that people will look at the last few years as just one long consolidation on the way to skyrocketing gold and silver prices.

Next…
U.S. Support Terrorism
http://www.dailymail.co.uk

The Citizens Commission on Benghazi, a self-selected group of former top military officers, CIA insiders and think-tankers, declared that the Benghazi attack could have been prevented if the U.S. government had not given 500 million dollars in weapons to Al Qaeda.     Unfortunately, they overlooked the Fed’s fiscal worldwide inflationary policies on food as a reason as well.

Next…
It Landed Somewhere
http://www.breitbart.com

Investigators, searching for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, may begin to reconsider the possibility that the plane successfully landed, rather than crashing into the Indian Ocean.      If only they could get onto the U.S. military station at Diego Garcia.

Next…
Reid’s Threat
http://www.westernjournalism.com

Harry Reid once again weighed in on the continuing saga between federal agents and the Bundy family.     He said that something’s going to happen.     Hopefully, it is his criminal conviction.

Next…
Sotomayor’s Sorrow
http://www.americanthinker.com

Most people have woken up to the folly of trying to end racial discrimination by practicing it by affirmative action.     In this latest folly, the Supreme Court upheld Michigan’s law outlawing racial preferences in state-funded higher education.    Obama’s gal pal Sotomayor not only wrote, but also read aloud, the dissenting opinion or perhaps the beginning epitaph of affirmative action.

Next…
State Taxes
http://www.zerohedge.com

California, at 13.3%, is the most taxing state in the union followed by Hawaii at 11%.     Each state, measuring income tax, sales tax, property tax and estate tax is displayed.

Next…
Snacking Mistakes
http://www.naturalnews.com

Without going into detail here are three snacking mistakes making people fat…
1. Replacing meals with snacks
2. Types of snacks
3. Late night snacking

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.    Good Day!

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CNN: Obama is Disabled? LOL!


News Flash:

Understanding that both Obama and Romney are inadequate for the position of President, the idiocy involved around the second Presidential debate has just gone into fantasy land.  Either that, or some believe the American people are too stupid to realize what happened.

CNN network managers, via an email to their staff, claim that Candy Crowley, the biased moderator at the second Presidential debate, only gave Obama more time because he speaks more slowly.    So, by this claim, Obama was handicapped and Candy Crowley simply was implementing Affirmative Action; so that, both candidates had an equal chance to win the debate.    Does this affirmative action excuse also explain why Candy interrupted Romney 28 times as opposed to the 9 times for Obama?

In short, a high profile personality in the mainstream media has been caught red-handed (inexcusable bias) and the establishment will lie to protect its own at any cost.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk


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