So http://dkva.net/wo5m-call-blocker-for-lumia/ A spy sweeper for iphone This mobile tracker per android When http://haciendajireh.com/ouas/phone-spy-samsung-2ak/ Skin http://heartofafiercewoman.com/spy-mobile-computer-yyn/.
FacebookTwitter

Why Is Trump Following A Nazi Twitter Account?

By on Aug 11, 2015 | 7 comments

Those who are on twitter often know all to well the phrases “Retweets and Follows are Not Endorsements.” Well, that may be. But one has to wonder why the so-called Republican front-runner, Mr. Donald Trump, is following an account named after a Nazi. Dr. (Theodor) Morell was Adolf Hitler’s personal physician. Also of note is the fact that this twitter user’s quote is attributed to another Nazi, Heinrich Ehrler. Fredrich Paulus, the third Nazi reference in this user’s profile, was a Nazi who “repented” and joined the USSR-led group which eventually propped up and became East Germany. With all of the talk on Twitter over white supremacists supporting “The Donald,” this is certainly intriguing, if not disgusting. Stay classy,...

Donald Trump and Nikki Minaj Have a Moment

By on Aug 7, 2015 | 0 comments

Both after making controversial statements and being asked to account for them, retreat . So let’s start with the more well-known kerfuffle.  Nikki Minaj was “overlooked” for her apparently groundbreaking video “Anaconda” that is composed of a vine like sample of Sir Mix-a-Lot’s 90s hit “Baby Got Back”. The “innovation” brought to this video is to populate it with well, women who got back.  Truly groundbreaking. Who saw that coming right? The VMA nominations come and go and Ms. Minaj crying amongst her huge piles of money, utters a passive aggressive dig at the nominees. https://twitter.com/NICKIMINAJ/status/623608271774072832 The nominees for Video of the year  are Beyoncé – “7/11″ Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud” Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” Kendrick Lamar – “Alright” So unless Bruno Mars, Kendrick Lamar, or Beyonce are...

The Only ‘5 Things’ You Need To Read Before The GOP Debate

By on Aug 6, 2015 | 1 comment

Everybody’s doing it, so why can’t we? And so, without further ado or fluff, here are the five things you MUST do before tonight’s Republican debate: 1. Have your Drinking Game Rules planned out…or not. The key to a good drinking game is, well, alcohol of course. But word choice is also key. Compiling your list of drink words and phrases should be considered carefully. If you put something like “Common Sense” on your list, you may very well be under the table before the second round of questions. If that’s the goal and the only way you’re going to make it through the debate, then may I suggest foregoing any structure and just tying one off as quickly as possible. 2. Unmute “Trump” We’ve all been tempted to utilize Twitter’s Mute button for the truly annoying things filling up our timelines but, while it’s...

Yes, Your Taxes Do Fund Planned Parenthood Abortions

By on Jul 31, 2015 | 4 comments

In 1976, the House of Representatives passed the so-called ‘Hyde Amendment’, essentially barring the use of taxpayer dollars from being used to pay for abortions. Here is a more detailed description: In U.S. politics, the Hyde Amendment is a legislative provision barring the use of certain federal funds to pay for abortion unless the pregnancy arises from incest, rape, or to save the life of the mother. The Hyde Amendment is not a permanent law, but rather is a “rider” that in various forms has been routinely attached to annual appropriations bills since 1976. Legislation including the Hyde Amendment generally only restricts the use of funds allocated for the Department of Health and Human Services and primarily affects Medicaid. The amendment, named for late Illinois Congressman Henry Hyde has long been used to taxpayer dollars from directly funding abortions....

GMOs & An Answer For The D.A.R.K. Cause

By on Jul 28, 2015 | 2 comments

Finally, the anti-GMO crowd seems to be getting the set down they’ve sorely needed for awhile now. In response to a push in recent years by the Natural food industry and a segment of the easily led public that has caused several states to take up the issue at the ballot box, the House of Representatives passed the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act last week. The act would keep states from requiring labeling on foodstuffs containing ingredients that have been genetically modified. Those pushing for GMO labeling have termed such a measure the “Denying Americans the Right to Know”, or DARK act. These groups have been peddling this nonsense for years: That foods containing genetically modified organisms need to be labeled as having them. They’ve even won GMO labeling initiatives in three northeastern states: Connecticut, Vermont & Maine. However, they...

Ready For Chillary!

By on Jul 20, 2015 | 0 comments

So Hillary is trying to reach out to younger voters and in a recent Vine talked about how she was “chilling” in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. It was lame of course and on the advice of Amy Otto, I spruced it up and here it is: Trouble!

Impugning A POW: Trump Campaign Hits New Low

By on Jul 20, 2015 | 0 comments

Unlike some of my colleagues, I have no issue with Donald Trump declaring himself as a presidential candidate. While I do think the man is strictly an opportunist acting in only his own best interest, you won’t see me overheating about the latest things spewing out of Donald Trump’s mouth. I simply don’t think he’s built for the long haul.  I am no expert, but I expect his popularity will too soon, long before November 2016. Actually, I’m praying for it. Trump’s most recent jaw dropping remarks concerned U.S. Senator John McCain of Arizona, in which he stated McCain was a war hero “because he was captured.”  I despise Senator McCain. I think he is a walking, talking personification of why the U.S. Congress so badly needs term limits. He is, in my opinion, a testament of all that is wrong with today’s Republican party.  John McCain the Naval aviator, however, is a...