Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Your Tax Dollars Hard at Work for the Needy

For the past six months, welfare beneficiaries in Colorado have repeatedly withdrawn their cash benefits at marijuana retailers and dispensaries, according to a new analysis by National Review Online. Such apparent abuses have caught the eye of Colorado’s executive and legislative powers alike, and the state has launched an effort to curb them.

At least 259 times in the first six months of legalized recreational marijuana in Colorado, beneficiaries used their electronic-benefit transfer (EBT) cards to access public assistance at weed retailers and dispensaries, withdrawing a total of $23,608.53 in Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) cash, NRO’s examination found.

I think they call this "churn"

For the second time in less than a week, rockets have been found in a school in Gaza operated by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Baghdad Bob is Back

Actually, the Arab press pulls this crap all the time.

In the Meantime....

Iraqi Christians are raped, murdered and driven from their homes – and the West is silent

For the first time in 1,600 years, Mass is not being said in Mosul: an ancient culture has been wiped out in a matter of weeks. It's a war crime that, strangely, no one seems to want to talk about.

Hama is some bunch of Bastards - So is the U.N.

Some 20 rockets were found Wednesday (7/16) in a school in Gaza operated by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, the organization confirmed Thursday… 

Then they gave them right back to Hamas.

Friday, July 18, 2014

Bored Lefties?

A small number of confused people with nothing better to do will mill about in front of the local Hobby Lobby for a while this Saturday morning 7/19.

The reasons for doing this they really don't grasp.

To borrow a metaphor, it will be like a room full of special needs puppies.

Try not to stare.

Poll on Ilegals

Most voters don’t want any of the young illegal immigrants who’ve recently arrived here housed in their state and say any legislation passed by Congress to deal with the problem should focus on sending them home as soon as possible. 

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 59% of Likely U.S. Voters believe the primary focus of any new immigration legislation passed by Congress should be to send the young illegal immigrants back home as quickly as possible. Just 27% say it should focus instead on making it easier for these illegal immigrants to remain in the United States. Fourteen percent (14%) are undecided.

-from Rasmussen

This kind of figures as 27% is just about right for hard core lefties in the US.