[H]e wants to do it for “every black person who has been done wrong in the system.” […] “I am going to beat the living f**k out him … I am breaking every rule in boxing to make sure I f**k him right up.” DMX says, “Once I am done with him, I am going to whip my d**k out and piss on him … right in his muthaf**kin face.” He adds, “Zimmerman is a piece of s**t and that’s what he needs to drink.”
George Zimmerman, the man acquitted of the shooting death of unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in 2013, said he wanted to fight the hip hop superstar because he ‘constantly attacks innocent people’.
Dingy Harry Reid (D-NV), the Senate Majority Leader, defended Democrats today from the scathing CBO report. Reid said Americans won’t be losing their jobs, they’ll just be moving into “free agency.”
At the Health Care Summit in February 2010, Speaker Nancy Pelosi claimed Obamacare would increase 400,000 jobs “almost immediately.”
The White House, and Senate leader saying that being unemployed is a good thing gets no scrutiny. If it is so good, why are we focusing on providing unemployment benefits. After all, entrepreneurs don’t qualify for benefits.
Remember when Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary said it was a good thing that there was poverty? There was outrage.
He just said what the White House, and Harry Reid said.
Republicans want a health care reform plan that would replace Obamacare, while increasing access, lowering costs and improving the quality of care. In short, they want a market-driven system. The principles of such plan have been around for years, and a number of Republicans have included them in their proposals. But here is a brief summary of the key components.
The Obama administration’s Treasury Department and former IRS official Lois Lerner conspired to draft new 501(c)(4) regulations to restrict the activity of conservative groups in a way that would not be disclosed publicly, according to the House Committee on Ways and Means.
CVS announced Wednesday that it will stop selling tobacco products nationwide by Oct. 1, reported USA Today.
The town of Campbell, Wis., is facing a federal lawsuit challenging ordinance 9.12, which bans the display of banners or flags on or near the town’s pedestrian overpass.