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I'll bet if you throw his ass in water over his head he'll sink to the bottom....as he should..
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And I demand an end to the lawlessness that these people encourage! #bathhousebarry #effracistblm

Congressional Black Caucus demands nationwide law enforcement crackdown. http://tiny.iavian.net/chcl

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The Congressional Black Caucus is demanding that Attorney General Loretta Lynch immediately take action to prevent police killings with a nationwide crackdown on law enforcement. "The world is watching and we cannot continue to ignore these killings," said Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., ...
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Or, maybe.....people are sick of the criminals who think their opinions matter?



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Making the neighborhood smell good
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This is the white guy that DIDNT get dragged out of his car and beat up...

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Don't feel bad for the junkie......this is what the children have to deal with....#shouldneverhappen
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There is finally a congressman that is determined to respect and protect the rights and sovereignty of United States citizens, and his name is Rep. Mike Rogers of Alabama. He recently introduced a bill that would restore American independence and have the U.S. withdraw from the United Nations.

The U.N. is a corrupt and power hungry organization of lawless thugs that steals from the U.S. and continually uses its platform to plunder our wealth and attack our position. There may be some benefits for continuing to support the organization, but they are far outweighed by the negatives.

Despite ever-growing support in Congress for restoring U.S. sovereignty by withdrawing from the UN over the years, the legislation still faces an uphill battle.

“Why should the American taxpayer bankroll an international organization that works against America’s interests around the world?” asked Rep. Rogers. “The time is now to restore and protect American sovereignty and get out of the United Nations.” He cited attacks on U.S. liberties as a key motivation for the legislation.

Several other liberty-minded congressmen have also sponsored the legislation including constitutionalist Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), Rep. John Duncan (R-Tenn.), Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (R-Ga.), and Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-Kan.). A previous bill to withdraw from the UN introduced in the last Congress by then-Rep. Paul Broun (R-Ga.) garnered nine co-sponsors. With the regime ruling Communist China increasingly taking a leading role at the UN, among numerous other concerns, opposition to the global body is expected to continue growing.

If approved, the legislation would repeal the UN Participation Act of 1945 and shutter the U.S. government’s mission to the outfit. It would also “terminate all membership by the United States in the United Nations, and in any organ, specialized agency, commission, or other formally affiliated body of the United Nations.” That specifically includes UNESCO, which President Ronald Reagan withdrew from, along with the World Health Organization, the UN Environment Program (UNEP), and more. It would end all U.S. involvement in all UN conventions and agreements, too.

The proposed law, introduced in numerous legislative session of Congress in recent decades, would also end all funding to the UN and all of its agencies — with the estimated savings to taxpayers reaching into the billions per year, and potentially even more. The legislation also aims to end all U.S. military involvement in UN military “peacekeeping” schemes and ban U.S. troops from serving under UN command. Finally, the bill would seek to evict the UN and its dictator-infested headquarters from U.S. soil. It would also ban any use of American government facilities by the global outfit, while stripping UN bureaucrats and dignitaries of diplomatic immunity.

Rep. Rogers pointed to a wide range of reasons why the U.S. should dump the UN. “Although the United States makes up almost a quarter of the U.N.’s annual budget, the U.N. has attempted a number of actions that attack our rights as U.S. citizens,” he explained. “To name a few, these initiatives include actions like the Law of the Sea Treaty, which would subject our country to internationally-based environmental mandates, costing American businesses more money, or the U.N.’s work to re-establish an international regulation regime on global warming which would heavily target our fossil fuels.”

Rep. Rogers took special aim at a UN gun treaty that has become a lightning rod for bipartisan opposition across America. “The U.N. has also offered a potential Arms Trade Treaty which would threaten our Second Amendment rights and impose regulations on our gun manufacturers, who are already facing regulations and pressure from the Obama Administration,” Rogers explained. That treaty, ATT for short, would purport to require gun registration and eventually strict controls, with the ultimate aim of disarming civilians.

While anti-UN sentiment is fierce and growing across much of America, in Alabama, where the legislation’s lead sponsor comes from, that animosity is especially pronounced. In 2012, for example, both houses of the state legislature voted unanimously to ban the deeply controversial UN “sustainable development” program known as Agenda 21 in what was hailed as a major victory for property rights and sovereignty. Since then, UN meddling in American affairs has accelerated dramatically, sparking even more outrage about the global organization across Alabama and beyond.

The American public generally shares those sentiments, with a 2014 Gallup poll showing that a staggering 57 percent of Americans believed the UN was doing a “bad job,” versus 37 percent who thought it was doing a “good job.” More than two thirds of Americans were upset with the UN, and independents were also overwhelmingly opposed. But even among Democrats, half thought the UN was doing a bad job. The Obama administration, meanwhile, apparently out of step with the American people, has called for drastically expanding and empowering the UN and its scandal-plagued military forces.

The legislation to withdraw U.S. participation in the UN is currently sitting in the House Foreign Affairs Committee chaired by Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce (R-Calif.), who will play a key role in deciding whether it moves on to the full House for a vote by the American people’s elected representatives. Americans who support U.S. sovereignty and the U.S. Constitution should urge their representatives to take action.

The United Nations is supported by the One World Government crowd, which sees nation states as an impediment to hoped for world domination. And for a politician like Barack Obama, it is a convenient way to sell the nation down the river and to give away sovereignty without undergoing small details such as the democratic voting process.

The most recent example is his signing on to the “Paris Agreement,” which is an environmental proposal deeply damaging to the United States, our economy, and our sovereignty. The “Agreement” is clearly a treaty that requires the sign off by the Congress, yet Obama has gamed the system and committed the U.S. to decades of requirements and policies that no one person has the right or authority to do, and he has snubbed the Congress and ignored their right to approve all treaties.

The U.N. is a corrupt organization that has become a major liability and needs to be disbanded. And it is clear that once the U.S. withdraws its economic support and all of the goodies that are handed out to members of the club, it will collapse like a house of cards.

That day cannot come too soon. http://www.truthandaction.org/bill-introduced-get-united-states-united-nations/2/
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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minnesota restaurant owner upset over what happened in St. Cloud posted a controversial sign Monday morning. The sign outside Treats Family Restaurant in Lonsdale, Minnesota, reads “Muslims Get Out.” A second line reads “In Support Of St. Cloud.” (credit: CBS).
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AN ISLAM expert has warned of a civil war across Europe as more young Muslims are being increasingly radicalised. Professor Gilles Kepel, from the Sciences Po in Paris, claims a growing number of M…
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Love this store. But hate the batteries for the hand tools. Just terrible. Quality of the tools.seems OK, but you need a new battery or charger every time you go to use it
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I always get the ribs, wife swears by the petite fillet, and the kid says the burger is one of the best.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I love the pizza! I'm a guy that prefers a tangy sauce to a sweet sauce, and Crust delivers! Verdict isn't in yet on the hoagies, I'll be ordering one tonight so we'll find out.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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when we arrived there were signs taped to the glass saying that servers were down and they were only accepting tickets that were purchased on line. after standing in line, we discovered they were not accepting the tickets that we had bought on line. employees seemed poorly trained and apathetic, they did not know what to do. after looking around the place for a bit, its probably for the best we didn't go in. it was crowded, complete chaos, that didn't look safe at all for kids. makes sense why they are such Nazis about signing the waivers. we won't be going back. $30 down the tube, but not worth encouraging that business with a return trip.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Saturday night. 7pm seated immediately. Staff was excellent! Food was delicious. We will come back and bring friends!
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago