No surprise this is coming from moonbat-infested Portland.
No surprise this is coming from moonbat-infested Portland.
In America the slightest criticism of gays is met with a flood of condemnation yet they say nothing went ISIS kill two men for being gay.
Via Al Arabiya:
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group stoned two men to death in Syria Tuesday after claiming they were gay, a monitor said, in the militant organization’s first executions for alleged homosexuality.
“The ISIS today stoned to death a man that it said was gay,” the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, adding that the victim was around 20 years old.
He was killed in Mayadeen in the eastern province of Deir Ezzor, near the border with Iraq.
The Britain-based Observatory said ISIS claimed it found videos on his mobile phone showing him “practicing indecent acts with males.”
In a separate incident on Tuesday, an 18-year-old was also stoned to death in Deir Ezzor city after the group said he was gay, the Observatory said.
My grandfather who was a Reagan Democrat was always fond of saying: “Look at unrest in black communities and you will almost always find a Communist lurking around”.
Well, I found them…
If you’re wondering why this sounds like Occupiers, it’s because it’s the same people doing the organizing behind it.
FERGUSON, Mo.(CBS St. Louis/AP) National Guard reinforcements helped contain the latest protests in Ferguson, preventing a second night of the chaos that led to arson and looting after a grand jury decided not to indict the white police officer who killed Michael Brown.
Demonstrators returned Tuesday to the riot-scarred streets. But with hundreds of additional troops standing watch over neighborhoods and businesses, the protests had far less destructive power than the previous night. However, officers still used some tear gas and pepper spray, and demonstrators set a squad car on fire and broke windows at City Hall.
Via Daily Caller:
The Russian Foreign Ministry’s human rights envoy Konstantin Dolgov said protests in Ferguson challenge American “stability.”
“The developments in Ferguson and other cities highlight serious challenges to the American society and its stability,” Dolgov said Tuesday in a Russian state television address.
“Racial discrimination, racial and ethnic tensions are major challenges to the American democracy, to stability and integrity of the American society,” Dolgov said. “We may only hope that U.S. authorities seriously deal with those issues and other serious challenges in the human rights field in their own country and stop what they have been doing all along recently — playing an aggressive mentor lecturing other countries about how to meet human rights standards.”
You can’t make this stuff up.
Via Washington Examiner:
A top Senate Republican is fuming over an announcement by Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen that he plans to hand out bonuses to union and non-union members who work for the agency, potentially including those who owe back taxes.
“It’s no wonder the American people find it hard to believe the IRS needs more money when the agency fails to collect back taxes from their own employees and instead rewards them with bonuses,” Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, who is likely to become chairman of the Senate Finance Committee in January. “American families have been doing more with less for far too long now, and it is time the IRS do the same.”
Hatch has publicized a letter sent this week from Koskinen to IRS employees, announcing the agency will hand out “performance awards,” worth one percent of employee base salary.
On the plus side, libs have completely given up trying to hide their disgust for America.
Via Daily Caller:
Appearing on MSNBC’s “The Reid Report,” The Nation’s Mychal Denzel Smith said the foundation of the United States is racism and white supremacy.
… We’re not then dealing with the systematic ideas that uphold racism and white supremacy in this country and that lead to a death of Trayvon Martin or Michael Brown, Renisha McBride, on and on and on. What we haven’t dealt with, we refuse to deal with it is the idea, the fact that the foundation of this country is racism and white supremacy. And we are — all of our institutions uphold that.
Helter Skelter …
Via KMOV 4:
Two FBI agents were shot while assisting the University City Police Department in executing a warrant early Wednesday morning in St. Louis County.
One agent was shot in the shoulder and the other in the leg in the 1800 block of North Hanley Road around 2:53 a.m. Both agents were transported via ambulance with non-life threatening injuries.
A spokesperson for the FBI said the incident is not directly related to the Ferguson protests.
North Hanley Road is currently closed between Page and Ellerton due to a large law enforcement presence.
Who will protest the death of this man?
Via Daily Mail:
A man has died during the Ferguson riots just yards from where Michael Brown was shot dead.
Residents on Canfield Drive said that DeAndre Joshua, 20, was shot whilst in his car though police at the scene refused to confirm any details.
DeAndre’s grandmother Renita Towns said that ‘somebody killed him’ during the carnage.
An examination of Mr. Joshua’s Facebook reveals several pictures of him flashing fans of cash and what looks like gang signs.
Perhaps most interestingly, Joshua was a close friend of Dorian Johnson, the man who was with Mike Brown when he robbed the convenience store and encountered Darren Wilson.
Joshua was not only shot in his car, but the car was also set on fire, in what sounds like an execution.
So why was Joshua killed?
Shouldn’t a Constitutional lawyer (as Obama claims to be) know legislative power is held by Congress?
The White House has argued that President Obama’s executive amnesty order last week was made well within the existing law. But in remarks in Chicago tonight, President Obama went off script and admitted that in fact he unilaterally made changes to the law. […]
“Listen, you know — here. Can I just say this, all right? I’ve listened to you. I heard you. I heard you. I heard you. All right? Now I have been respectful, I let you holler. All right? So let me just — nobody is removing you. I have heard you, but you have got to listen to me, too. All right? And I understand you may disagree, I understand you may disagree. But we have got to be able to talk honestly about these issues, all right?
“Now, you’re absolutely right that there have been significant numbers of deportations. That’s true. But what you are not paying attention to is the fact that I just took an action to change the law.”
don’t shoot give me your wallet and phone, cracka!
Uh, America tried to tell you…
Via CNS News:
(CNSNews.com) – Speaking at the National Press Club on Tuesday, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said focusing on health care reform in 2009 was a mistake that hurt Democrats because most Americans were happy with their coverage but were unhappy with the economy.
Schumer said the health care law, popularly known as Obamacare, is “very important” but the timing was wrong, and was not at the “top of the agenda” of the American people.
“We were in the middle of recession. … People were hurting and said ‘What about me? I’m losing my job,’” said Schumer, who spoke as the Democratic Policy Chairman on why his Party was defeated in the 2014 mid-term elections by Republicans.
“Like I said, about 85 percent of all Americans were fine with their health care in 2009, mainly because it was paid for by either the government or their employer – private sector,” said Schumer. “And so the average middle-class voter, they weren’t opposed to doing health care when it started out but it wasn’t at the top of the agenda.”
“Don’t get me wrong,” Schumer also said. “I think it’s a good bill [Obamacare] and I’m proud to have voted for it.”
“But, it should have come later,” said the senator.
You stay classy, New York Times.
Via Washington Examiner:
In an article detailing officer Darren Wilson’s little-known marriage in late October to fellow Ferguson, Mo., police officer Barbara Spradling, the New York Times decided to publish the name of the street where the couple owns a home.
The New York Times stands by this decision.
“The story mentions only the name of the street where the couple have a house and that street has been widely reported on,” Eileen Murphy, head of communications at the New York Times, said Tuesday in an email to the Washington Examiner.
From the original report [redacted]:
Officer Wilson and Officer Spradling own a home together on _________, a St. Louis suburb about a half-hour drive from Ferguson.
They have scarcely been seen there since Mr. Brown was killed on Aug. 9. Neighbors said that within a few days of the shooting, Officer Wilson and Officer Spradling abruptly left their home.
Via Washington Times:
A prominent gay rights activist charged last week with sexually abusing a 15-year-old boy is a strong supporter of President Obama who has visited the White House more than a half-dozen times in the past two years, visitor logs show.
Terrence P. Bean, 66, who raised more than a half-million dollars for Mr. Obama’s re-election campaign in 2012, last visited the White House on May 30 when he met with the president, first lady Michelle Obama and political adviser David Simas.
White House visitor logs show that Mr. Bean, co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign, a leading gay rights group, also has visited the White House on at least six other occasions since June 2012. On one visit in 2013, Mr. Bean brought along Kiah Lawson, described in news reports as his ex-boyfriend, who is also charged with sexually assaulting the juvenile.
Nothing like a liberal cat fight.
Via Truth Revolt:
Author, activist and prominent socialist Professor Cornel West delivered some truth to racial agitator and MSNBC star Al Sharpton: stop hogging the the spotlight and let the young people have center stage: “You don’t need to be center stage, brother. There’s something called grassroots leadership, indigenous leadership, it needs a different context.”
West was giving a speech Monday at Miami Dade College as part of the publicity tour for his newest book, Black Prophetic Fire.
The self-righteousness is strong with this group of clowns.
Via NY Observer:
A group of minority City Council members walked out of a Council meeting this afternoon, shouting “black lives matter” to protest a grand jury’s decision in Ferguson, Mo. last night.
The protest, led by Councilman Andy King, a Bronx Democrat and co-chair of the Black, Latino and Asian Caucus, interrupted the roll call at the beginning of a stated City Council meeting–black council members, joined by Latino and Asian allies, marched out of the chambers, reporters in tow.
“We are the New York City Council, representatives of a majority minority city to proclaim in solidarity that black lives matter,” the group cried in unison. […]
At the end of their brief protest, the council members threw up their hands and chanted “hands up, don’t shoot,” echoing an oft-heard cry in Ferguson, where demonstrators took to the streets last night after a grand jury decided not to indict a police officer, Darren Wilson, for shooting to death Michael Brown, a black teenager, in August.
Isn’t this great…
Via Washington Post:
Under President Obama’s new program to protect millions of illegal immigrants from deportation, many of those affected will be eligible to receive Social Security, Medicare and a wide array of other federal benefits, a White House official said Tuesday.
In his speech on Thursday night, the president touted his plan as a means of bringing accountability to a broken immigration system, under which 11 million or more people are estimated to be living in this country illegally.
“We’re going to offer the following deal: If you’ve with been in America more than five years. If you have children who are American citizens or [legal] residents. If you register, pass a criminal background check and you’re willing to pay your fair share of taxes, you’ll be able to apply to stay in this country temporarily without fear of deportation,” he said. “You can come out of the shadows and get right with the law.”
For those who work, that includes payroll taxes, also known as FICA taxes, because they are collected under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act.
That’s gonna leave a mark.
I frequently go through that area, fortunately wasn’t going though today. Ordinarily at this hour, there are massive lines at the Port Authority bus terminal to get out of NYC thru the tunnel, never mind this.
This was a coordinated action, again by leftists/Occupiers/anarchists/Communists. Nothing is ever spontaneous with this gang. Police were able to stop them from actually getting into the tunnel.
Police have cleared the blockage and traffic is now moving again.