Mechanically Separated Chicken, from Fooducate, via Early Onset of NightThe photo above has been extensively passed around recently, and for good reason: it's a peek into the rarely-seen world of mechanically separated meat.
George Will ripped Mitt Romney in the Washington Post the other day, not for the first time. Should he have mentioned that his wife tried and failed to get hired by Romney, and now works for a competitor?
Now that the average US Worker is starting to realize the game Conservative Blue Dog POTUS Bill Clinton was playing POTUS Bill Clinton admits he was wrong. Wrong? POTUS Bill Clinton's policy was to eliminate as much protections for workers he could under the radar. A few months after GWBush took office the Bill Clinton bubble burst. Bill Clinton is responsible for our current crisis and ah, "I was wrong" ain't gonna cut it. He's a multi millionaire who travels around giving the world advice when he should be in a cell next to his buddy GWBush and GW0bama with Hilary Clinton in the cell with him!
Herman Cain, who has made job creation a signature issue, was on the board of Whirlpool when the company engaged in a pattern of layoffs, outsourcing and the cutting of retiree benefits, all while accepting government subsidies and paying little to no taxes. Cain has made it clear that he doesn't understand jobs and the economy and has surrounded himself with people who don't know more than he does, but the Whirlpool example goes beyond a lack of understanding into an assault on American workers
Between 2008 and 2010, Whirlpool paid no federal taxes, despite sales of over $18 billion. In 2010, the company reported an effective tax rate of -10.9 percent. And the company continued to lay workers off and outsource their jobs after receiving $19 million in stimulus funds.
Cain joined the Whirlpool board of directors in 1992 and received payment for his work there as late as 2010. His compensation from Whirlpool ranged from $166,000 to $190,000 a year
I was one of the Whirlpool fired workers. The Evansville Factory where I worked closed down. Whirlpool shipped the factory jobs to Mexico.
"The Bale-Boone Symposium series has a rich tradition of providing an open and frank forum for a broad range of compelling issues, ranging from legal and medical ethics to the place of poetry in our culture. This year’s session regarding the compatibility of religion and science was no exception. It led to not only a robust - and even contentious -- debate between two distinguished scholars, but a conversation that continued long afterward among the participants and those who attended. That speaks to the heart of what both The Gaines Center and the University of Kentucky hope to foster - a deep dialogue regarding issues past, present and future that impact us all. With that commitment to open and ongoing dialogue in mind, the attached link contains the video of the session, along with continued communication between the two participants afterward."
University of California Pepper Spraying Students: The bible says parents must take their rebellious sons to the town's square and the Christian town's people are to gather there to stone the rebellious son to death. So considering this nation's religious leanings, this is mild brutality.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the 44-day GM sit-down strike. This organized the largest automaker in the world and established the United Auto Workers (UAW) as one of the most powerful unions in the U.S.
It doesn't matter to them if it's untrue. It's a higher truth. "We came, we saw, he died." — US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton,
giggling, as she spoke of the depraved murder of Moammar Gaddafi
Imagine Osama bin Laden or some other Islamic leader speaking of 9-11: "We came, we saw, 3,000 died ... ha- ha."
Clinton and her partners-in-crime in NATO can also have a good laugh at how they deceived the world. The destruction of Libya, the reduction of a modern welfare state to piles of rubble, to ghost towns, the murder of thousands ... this tragedy was the culmination of a series of falsehoods spread by the Libyan rebels, the Western powers, and Qatar (through its television station, al-Jazeera) — from the declared imminence of a "bloodbath" in rebel-held Benghazi if the West didn't intervene to stories of government helicopter-gunships and airplanes spraying gunfire onto large numbers of civilians to tales of Viagra-induced mass rapes by Gaddafi's army. (This last fable was proclaimed at the United Nations by the American Ambassador, as if young soldiers needed Viagra to get it up!)1