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May 18th, 2015

Louis CK Monologue on SNL causes Uproar

When does comedy get too edgy? After the Louis CK monologue from the Saturday Night Live season finale, child abuse does seem to be the trip wire. SNL has long been a source for controversy in the world of stand up comics. Not to mention other celebrity guests running wild with their mouths. But Louis CK may have crossed the line this time, potentially damaging his career, much as it is. His opening monologue to this past Saturday′s show covered a variety of topics, including racism and the usual anti-Christian, anti-military, anti-America issues that make Liberals feel intellectually superior over the hicks whom live in ′fly-over′ country. But then he lost the audience when he started down a path which some viewed as being sympathetic to child molesters. After comparing it with wanting a candy bar, even Louis CK realized that he may have stumbled on national television.

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May 17th, 2015

Mad Men Series Finale, How Will It End?

Tonight is the moment we have all dreaded. AMC-TV will air the Mad Men series finale. After seven seasons of cocktail shakers and cigarettes, the universe of Donald Draper reaches it′s conclusion. A sad moment, indeed! The series′ creator, Matthew Weiner, has said all along that he has known how it will end. Did he give us any clues? There is much speculation. So allow me to pontificate for a paragraph or two before I give you my guess as to how Mad Men will end.

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May 16th, 2015

Girl Scouts to allow Transgender Boys

The Girl Scouts of America, GSA, have decided to now accept as members transgender boys. The announcement was made on their official website. ″If the child is recognized by the family and school/community as a girl and lives culturally as a girl, then Girl Scouts is an organization that can serve her in a setting that is both emotionally and physically safe.″ The American Family Association has drafted a petition opposing this new policy, which, they say ″…undermines the trust that parents place in the GSA′s leadership to make wise decisions and the obligation the GSA has to protect their daughters.″ Needless to say, the GSA decision is being hailed by the LGBT community and by Liberals in general. Meanwhile, Penny Nance of the Concerned Women for America calls the new GSA policy as ″…just one more slap n the face of Christian parents.″

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May 15th, 2015

George Stephanopoulos Donated $75K to Clinton Foundation

File this one under Liberal-Media bias. One of the big stories of the day is the revelation that George Stephanopoulos of ABC News has donated some $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation. The ′Good Morning America′ host issued an apology on Thursday for not disclosing two, $25,000 donations to the foundation in 2012 and 2013. Particularly since Stephanopoulos interviewed Peter Schweizer, author of ′Clinton Cash′ recently on the Sunday talk show, ′This Week′. Since the apology was published on Politico, we now learned that George also gave $25,000 in 2014 to the Clinton′s charity organization. ABC News is backing him up and has announced that Stephanopoulos will not moderate a GOP Presidential Primary debate in 2016.

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May 14th, 2015

Iranian Boats Fire Shots as Obama Holds Gulf Summit

News that five Iranian boats fire shots at a Singapore flagged oil tanker in the Persian Gulf comes as Barack Obama holds his Gulf summit at Camp David. According to Reuters, the Alpine Eternity later reached the safety of the waters of the United Arab Emirates after the incident. The Iranian ships are assumed to be small, patrol boats and fired small arms weapons as a warning to try and stop the oil tanker. Once the vessel crossed into UAE waters, the Iranians backed off. This comes as Obama is holding a summit with representatives from six Gulf nations allied with us to discuss the progress of the Iran nuclear talks. Four rulers of the countries have decided not to attend the summit, an embarrassment to the White House.

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May 13th, 2015

Harriet Tubman on the $20 Bill?

A Liberal group called ′Women on 20s′ held a vote and the winner to replace President Andrew Jackson was for Harriet Tubman to be on the $20 bill. The other three finalists were Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks and Wilma Mankiller. The group will send their petition to the White House, seeking action by Barack Hussein Obama. There has been several groups seeking to remove ′Old Hickory′ from the ′sawbuck′ over the years. Even Ronald Reagan′s name has been mentioned. The loudest voices against Andrew Jackson have been by Native American Indians, as he was responsible for the ′Trail of Tears′ when many Cherokees died while being forced to relocate from the Southeast to Oklahoma. Indeed, many Indian casinos refuse to carry $20 bills because of this.

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May 12th, 2015

Saudi King Salman Snubs White House

What if Barack Obama held a summit and nobody showed up? Well, that is pretty much the case! On Monday, Saudi King Salman snubbed the White House announcing that the King would not attend Obama′s Persian Gulf Summit on the Iran nuclear talks. In fact, four of the six Gulf state rulers have decided to not attend. Instead, they will send flunkies. Though, for the Saudis, the King will send his son, Defense Minister Muhammad bin Salman. The Saudi King only gave Obama a one-hour notice that he was skipping the summit. Ouch! Goes to show what he thinks of our ′Dear Leader′, not to mention the scam of the Iran nuke deal.

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May 11th, 2015

Not Tough Enough – Tufts Students End Hunger Strike

Five Tufts students ended a hunger strike that lasted about a week. They were part of the Tuft Labor Coalition protest over the pending lay off of 20 of the school′s 35 janitors which began last Sunday. One student ended her strike early due to health reasons on Friday while the rest quit on Saturday. Not exactly Ghandi, are they? The university is continuing to go forward with their plans to lay off the custodians. Some may call this a valiant effort while others may consider the whole exercise as a waste of time. But then, that does seem to be the state of higher education in America.

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