Is that why?
So the can taunt old ex-marines?
Is that why?
They say officers taunted Mr. Chamberlain. He shouted: “Semper fi,” the Marine Corps motto. The police answered with loud shouts of “Hoo-rah!” Another officer, the niece says, said he wanted to pee in Mr. Chamberlain’s bathroom.
Someone, the niece and neighbors say, yelled a racial epithet at the door. Black and white officers were present.
Makes one feel all safe and cozy..
From Jason Mattera...@Michelle Malkin
*Bono traipses around the globe demanding that Western governments ram more down the Third World hole, while he goes out of way to shelter the money made from his music royalties. This senior citizen, stubble-faced rocker’s entire image is branded around social justice and African debt relief with your money, and yet with his own personal finances, he does everything possible to ensure it’s not taxed (Page 155).
*Bon Jovi: All this time we thought he was just some cheeseball rocker from the 80s. Little did we know that he’s a bee farmer. That’s right, by classifying himself as a beef amer he’s able to right off 98 percent of his property taxes (Page 76).
*Bruce Springsteen decries “a policy of large tax cuts, on the one hand, and cuts in services to those in the most dire conditions, on the other” yet by being a fake farmer as well, the working-class zero Springsteen is making a mint by robbing New Jersey of the antipoverty program funds he says they desperately need (Page 68).
*Barbara Streisand harps about a “Global Warming Emergency” as she spends $22,000 a year watering her lawn and gardens. “Everyone has the power to make a difference,” she writes as her concerts use thirteen 53-foot semi-trailers, four rental vans, and fourteen crew and band buses (Page 53).
*Harrison Ford is the chairman of a global conservation group, yet owns 7 airplanes and has stated, “I often fly up the coast for a cheeseburger.” To prove what a global warming believer he truly is, he even got his chest waxed to portray the pain the environment feels when carbon dioxide is pumped in the air (Page 44).
Two Reciprocity Bills: A Strong Bill verses a Compromise
Pro-gun Senate champions John Thune (R-SD) and David Vitter (R-LA) have decided to stand their ground on their concealed carry reciprocity legislation, despite pressure from gun rights compromisers to weaken the bill.
Specifically, Senators Thune and Vitter are sticking with their version of the bill, which recognizes the right to carry concealed by residents of “Vermont-style” and “Constitutional Carry” states.
Such states do not require residents to obtain the government’s permission before carrying a firearm for self-protection. There are currently 17 states that have either enacted legislation in the past or have introduced “Constitutional Carry” laws in their legislatures this year.
South Dakota (on governor’s desk)
More states are being added to the list all the time. The Thune-Vitter legislation will fully recognize gun owners’ rights in these states.
A competing bill, however, pulls the rug out from under “Constitutional Carry.” Sponsored by Senators Mark Begich (D-AK) and Joe Manchin (D-WV), the compromise bill still requires a government permit for reciprocity, regardless of state law.
So while the states are moving in the direction of more freedom, the Begich and Manchin bill would keep even the most pro-gun states tied to a permitting system. Why are they doing this? After all, criminals don’t get in line at the police station to get a permit. It’s the law-abiding gun owners who go through the process of proving their innocence before being “allowed” to carry a firearm.
We have a message for Begich and Manchin: gun ownership is a right, not a privilege.
It is vitally important that your two Senators hear from you right away. Urge them NOT to support the compromise bill, and instead support the pro-gun legislation offered by Senators Thune and Vitter.
ACTION: Contact your Senators. Insist that they cosponsor the strong pro-gun Thune-Vitter reciprocity bill, which protects Constitutional Carry, and urge them not to support the Begich-Manchin compromise.
So why not? You want me to buy your contraceptives because you are a hor, a slut, cannot keep your legs together and stay off your back then:
• Fitness club memberships. Most doctors agree that exercising is one of the best ways to prevent disease. However, gym memberships can run between $240 and $1,800 per year. Such high prices force us to choose between exercising and buying groceries. While we could walk or jog outside, many of us prefer not to. Therefore, employers should be required to pay for workers’ gym memberships. Doing so might even reduce employers’ health costs, which is why many companies already subsidize memberships. Those that don’t are limiting our freedom to exercise.
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