Frontpage Magazine, by Daniel Greenfield Posted By: steveW- Wed, 26 37 2017 07:37:13 GMT The Atlantic’s May cover features Alec Baldwin covered in orange makeup holding up a Trump wig. The cover asks, “Can Satire Save the Republic?” What is satire saving the Republic from? Republicans. While making America safe for Socialism. After Bush won, Democrats fought back by doubling down on the ridicule. Before long they were getting their news from Jon Stewart’s smirk. Stewart spawned a whole range of imitators. Today you can find numberless clones of the Daily Show across cable and even on CBS and, soon, on NBC. The left is devoutly convinced that this snickering can save America. That it’s better than
Independent Journal Review, by Reid Mene Posted By: PChristopher- Wed, 26 11 2017 08:11:47 GMT A little over two weeks ago, a video surfaced showing 69’year’old passenger David Dao physically removed from his United Airlines seat and dragged down the aisle after the carrier initially said it had overbooked the flight. The video sparked a wave of backlash against United, and the hashtag #BoycottUnitedAirlines was created: Shortly thereafter, United CEO Oscar Munoz made multiple formal apologies to Dr. Dao over how he was mistreated. He also explained that Dao and the three other passengers weren´t overbooked, but had been taking seats needed for airline employees.
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Washington Times, by Ben Wolfgang Posted By: Ribicon- Wed, 26 18 2017 05:18:39 GMT Ethanol’s rise over the past decade has given birth to an under’the’radar market: Americans who are willing to travel miles out of their way and pay significantly more per gallon for ethanol’free fuel. Like locally sourced food or antibiotic’free chickens and eggs, so’called E0, or “pure gas,” has generated a cultlike following willing to pay a premium. More than 12,000 service stations across the U.S. and Canada now offer E0, according to pure’gas.org and other groups that track fuel trends. (Snip) The 2007 Renewable Fuel Standard, federal legislation passed with bipartisan support and signed by President George W. Bush,
RushLimbaugh.com, by Rush Limbaugh Posted By: JansGraphix- Wed, 26 50 2017 05:50:36 GMT Rush: I’m not happy to have to pass this on. I’m very, very troubled to have to pass this on. And I want to say at the outset that I hope my interpretation is wrong, and I hope this is not the case. But it looks like, from here, right here, right now, it looks like President Trump is caving on his demand for a measly $1 billion in the budget for his wall on the border with Mexico. The Democrats are threatening a government shutdown. [SNIP] the Democrats will have just learned that this threat works on Trump, too
Reuters, by Sruthi Ramakrishnan Posted By: LittleHoodedMonk- Wed, 26 58 2017 05:58:07 GMT Bengaluru ‘ Coca’Cola Co said on Tuesday it would cut about 1,200 jobs as the beverage maker expands its savings target amid falling demand for fizzy drinks globally. Shares of the Dow component were up marginally at $43.39. Coca’Cola and rival PepsiCo Inc´s soda sales have taken a hit as consumers in North America and Europe increasingly shun sugary drinks. Global soda sales fell 1 percent in the first quarter ended March 31, Coca’Cola said on Tuesday. The Atlanta’based company said it was increasing its cost’cutting target by $800 million in annualized savings and now expects to save $3.8 billion by 2019.
´They have the blood of dead Americans on their hands´: White House blasts Obama’appointed judge for blocking sanctuary city funding ban and*
Daily Mail [UK], by James Wilkinson & Associates Press Posted By: Attercliffe- Wed, 26 31 2017 06:31:43 GMT The White House has lambasted opponents to its immigration policies in the strongest terms yet, saying anti’ICE lawmakers have ´the blood of dead Americans on their hands.´ In a statement released on Wednesday night, the Trump administration complained that US District Judge William Orrick´s decision to block a ban on funding for sanctuary cities was ´a gift to criminal gangs and cartels.´ It went on to invoke the death of Kathryn Steinle, the 32’year’old woman shot dead by an illegal immigrant in Orrick´s city of San Francisco in 2015. ´San Francisco, and cities like it, are putting the well’being of criminal aliens before
Life is just an endless soap opera episode for White House press secretary Sean Spicer. At least that’s how President Donald Trump reportedly imagines it.
According to the Washington Post, Trump won’t fire Spicer…