that is staggering, what must the ratio of love to sex be then, I wonder ?
sounds pretty casual.
WOW ! you are one big drone liar !!! Hannity was interviewing former speaker Gingrich on radio show and mentioned there was a clause that the house could nominate anybody they wanted as a temp speaker and in jest asked if Gingrich would be interested
I've pointed out numerous times the stark difference from the enabling lib policies.
We've also cited countless examples at the State level where fiscal Conservatives
have cleaned up huge deficits left by Democrats... Walker and Kasich are just two examples of that.
19 Trillion in debt ~ It is way overdue to have a fiscal Conservative running the Country.
wonderful, now how serious is Obama on addressing poverty and shootings in places like Chicago ?
** sorry, politics just won't allow that ** ....I guess, black lives don't matter.
"A.P. Bell and M.S. Weinberg, in their classic study of male and female homosexuality, found that 43 percent of white male homosexuals had sex with 500 or more partners, with 28 percent having 1,000 or more sex partners."
[A. P. Bell and M. S. Weinberg, Homosexualities: A Study of Diversity Among Men and Women (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1978), pp. 308, 9; see also Bell, Weinberg and Hammersmith, Sexual Preference (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1981).] These two researchers were from the Kinsey Institute for Sex Research and published this shortly after Kinsey died.
"In their study of the sexual profiles of 2,583 older homosexuals published in Journal of Sex Research, Paul Van de Ven et al., found that only 2.7 percent claimed to have had sex with one partner only. The most common response, given by 21.6 percent of the respondents, was of having a hundred-one to five hundred lifetime sex partners."
[Paul Van de Ven et al., "A Comparative Demographic and Sexual Profile of Older Homosexually Active Men," Journal of Sex Research 34 (1997): 354.
"The retirees had worked for Squaw Creek Coal Company, a joint venture in southern Indiana between Alcoa and Peabody Energy, the world’s largest private-sector coal company, which provided fuel for a nearby Alcoa plant. The venture had mostly petered out by 2000, but as part of the agreement, Alcoa was covering the cost of the guaranteed retiree health benefits, about $2 million per year.
In 2007, Peabody spun off a new entity called Patriot Coal and assigned to it a few of its mining assets and a lot of its pension and health care liabilities. Patriot also acquired Peabody’s stake in what remained of the Squaw Creek venture with Alcoa, which continued to pay the retirees’ health benefits.
Loaded up as it was with Peabody liabilities, Patriot stood little chance of surviving, especially with the coal industry suffering from competition from cheap natural gas, tougher environmental regulations and the depletion of easily recoverable reserves in Appalachia. Patriot entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2013, and exited it only after getting new backing from a New York hedge fund called Knighthead Capital, and after arranging to load the health care obligations of more than 11,000 retirees into a fund overseen by the United Mine Workers of America."
"The parties involved in the bankruptcy of a coal company have stepped away from a deal that would have diverted $18 million intended for the health insurance of retired Indiana miners to pay attorneys and other bankruptcy costs.
The turnabout came after ProPublica reported last week that the deal worked out by the lawyers and financiers involved in the bankruptcy of Patriot Coal Corp. would leave only $3 million to cover the guaranteed health-care benefits of 208 retired miners and their dependents, enough to last only about a year and a half. The deal was especially striking given that the unionized miners had themselves never worked for Patriot. Instead, they were having their benefits stripped of their value through an elaborate bit of financial engineering.
Over the weekend, former president Bill Clinton attacked the deal in a speech to West Virginia Democrats in Charleston, and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said the deal was “outrageous and must be stopped” in a statement to the media.
On Wednesday, at Patriot’s bankruptcy hearing in Richmond, the company told the court that it was withdrawing the plan to strip the retirees’ benefits. While the details remain to be worked out, the action means that the miners will retain the health benefits they were originally promised."
Obama weighs expanding background checks through executive authority
Source: Washington Post
In response to the latest mass shooting during his presidency, President Obama is seriously considering circumventing Congress with his executive authority and imposing new background-check requirements for buyers who purchase weapons from high-volume gun dealers.
Under the proposed rule change, dealers who exceed a certain number of sales each year would be required to obtain a license from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and perform background checks on potential buyers.
As the president heads to Roseburg, Ore., on Friday to comfort the survivors and families of those killed in last week’s mass shooting at Umpqua Community College, the political calculus around his most vexing domestic policy issue is shifting once again.
It's a band-aid but it sends a message.
ah, there's little clean about those videos... try to stay focused.
Reality isn't found existing only in the far-left blogosphere, guy... earth to fritz, earth to fritz?
"WASHINGTON -- Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, said Thursday that the GOP's investigation into Planned Parenthood's use of federal funds hasn't turned up anything.
"Did I look at the finances and have a hearing specifically as to the revenue portion and how they spend? Yes. Was there any wrongdoing? I didn't find any," he said during a Judiciary Committee hearing on the family planning provider.
Chaffetz, a candidate for House speaker, grilled Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards during a five-hour hearing last week. He questioned her salary, asked about the organization's expenses and revenues, and pressed Richards on why the group had revenue of $127 million last year if it's a nonprofit. (Nonprofits put their revenues back into their programs.)
But after all that, he concluded that Planned Parenthood isn't doing anything sketchy with its money. "Did we find any wrongdoing? The answer was no," Chaffetz said."....
Republicans have been ramping up their attacks on Planned Parenthood after anti-abortion activists released heavily edited undercover videos a few months ago that purported to show the family planning provider selling fetal tissue after abortions. Multiple state investigations and a federal investigation have so far been unable to find any facts to support that claim.
Planned Parenthood, which legally accepts money to cover the costs of transporting donated fetal tissue to medical researchers, has slammed the videos as "deceptively edited" and denies any wrongdoing. "
ah, right... who knows what has been hacked of hers.
"kept us safe " ~The 4 dead Benghazi boys are Real safe !
You never did give us an example of a TeaPotty success with the economy.
Show us a state run by a TeaCon that is fiscally responsible and has a surplus.
Another lazy copy & paste, written by a leftist ~so what meaning does it have?
Just noise...You can't change the bottom line of Benghazi... It's about HRC, not the GOP.
Hillary failed to secure the embassy properly for the 9/11 anniversary.
And she and BO ran with the video cover-story to deceive the American people. Period!
And we can thank Trump for shining the light on establishment's greedy ways...
Both Boehner & McCarthy are feathers in Donald#$%$.
** Party Tonight !! .....BYOT ~ bring your own Tea **
Several Russian cruise missiles bound for Syria have instead struck inside Iran, U.S. officials told CNN on Thursday. Officials said at least four have crashed after being launched from ships in the Caspian Sea. This is the first time Russia is using its new Kaliber missiles in combat. It is not clear where the missiles might have landed, or whether there are any casualties.
It's fun to sit back and watch the Russians embarrass themselves.
yup, the GOP is self-destructing, the Tea is moving in.... Upside for all of us. Wall St. is happy with
the prospects of a more responsible government. Any "red flag", the Street would have sunk.