Jon Stewart Burns GOPers Freaking Out Over Obama’s Executive Action (VIDEO)

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Host Jon Stewart began with the “weird magic” of Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R), who on Sunday tried to convince “Meet The Press” host Chuck Todd that a GOP-driven shutdown would be Obama’s fault:

TODD: “You think the President would be shutting down the government?”

JINDAL: “Oh, absolutely I do.”

TODD: “So you do want Republicans to fight him on this to the point where it could shut down the government.”

JINDAL: “I don’t think the President should shut down the government.”

“It’s like watching a non-Jedi try a Jedi mind trick,” Stewart quipped.

Next Stewart rolled his eyes at former Massachussetts governor and ex-presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who said with no apparent irony that Obama lost the midterm elections and “the American…

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Anonymous … #OpFerguson, does is again!!

It Is What It Is

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~~August 14, 2014~~ 

Just breaking …. coming out through Twitter.

This still remains to be verified but so far this is what I have found …..

Anonymous names the police officer it claims shot Michael Brown in #Ferguson http://trib.al/SdWaODS

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“The online hacking group Anonymous has released the name of the man it believes to be the police officer who shot and killed unarmed teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., over the weekend.

Brown’s death has sparked protests in the city since his death Saturday, August 9, 2014 . The city police department had refused to disclose the name of the officer, citing fears of retribution by an angry public.

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In a brazen act of protest, vigilantes claiming to be members of Anonymous gave the Ferguson police department an ultimatum: Release the name or we will.

The “Operation Ferguson” group went through with its promise Thursday morning, August 14…

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Native Warriors claim credit for burning bridge that leads to proposed mine site

Great read…

Warrior Publications

The province has confirmed a suspected arson on a bridge across Adams River leading to a proposed underground mine.

A group calling itself Secwepemc Ts’ka7 Warriors posted a statement on an activist website, claiming responsibility for torching the bridge, located about 70 kilometres northeast of Clearwater, near Tumtum Lake on Oliver Creek forest service road.

“With much discussion with Elders Councils and around sacred fires and ceremonies. the Secwepemc Ts’ka7 Warriors have acted out their collective responsibility and jurisdiction to and in the Ts’ka7 area by deactivating the Imperial Metals Ruddock Creek mine road,” reads the statement online at popularresistance.org.

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School Year’s Resolution

Autism Parenting at http://www.weare1voice.org. Click on their blogs link. Amazing stuff!

Voice of Autism Parenting

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Traditionally, on New Year’s Eve most of us make our resolutions…whether it be to drop those extra pounds, quit smoking or drinking, or to start exercising (I know these all so well because I have made each and every one of them at some point) with no real intentions of carrying through on them. I’ve generally found it’s best not to make life altering decisions while drunk and wearing a foil tasseled party hat. Okay, maybe it’s unfair to generalize, but even my best attempt at carrying through on a resolution usually fails by mid January. Personally, I prefer to resolve giving up something I already don’t like…I mean why knowingly sentence yourself to failure? Yep, as of midnight, no more Liver-n-Onions for this girl. Therefore I have resolved to do away with the entire idea of abiding to some drunken promise made at the start of each new year…

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Blog by Freddie. Step parenting…

Voice of Step Parenting

When you’re a step-parent, there’s a good chance that the other biological parent is still in the picture. If you’re lucky, the other parent is a good co-parent. They help out when things come up and you need them to watch the kids for an evening, they’re willing to assist with things like school clothes and supplies, and other random stuff that pops up. You WANT the other parent to be a good co-parent. If your partner and their co-parent are able to maintain a friendship, that’s even better. I think it’s wonderful for the kids to see that two individuals who have decided to end their marriage can still be friendly. It doesn’t always have to be full of anger and frustration. 

But what happens when the co-parent oversteps boundaries? When they start crossing lines? 

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A cappella group re-imagines Johnny Cash’s Ring of Fire and it’s mind blowing

I am stunned. I couldn’t not listen. Wild remake.

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23 Quotes That Perfectly Explain Racism (To People Who Don’t “See Color”)

Wow.

Thought Catalog

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If the first words out of your mouth are to cry ‘political correctness!’, … chances are very, very high that you are in fact part of the problem. N.K. Jemisin
White people don’t like to believe that they practice identity politics. The defining part of being white in America is the assumption that, as a white person, you are a regular, individual human being. Other demographic groups set themselves apart, to pursue their distinctive identities and interests and agendas. Whiteness, to white people, is the American default. Tom Scocca
never
trust anyone
who says
they do not see color.
this means
to them,
you are invisible. Nayyirah Waheed
People know about the Klan and the overt racism, but the killing of one’s soul little by little, day after day, is a lot worse than someone coming in your house and lynching you. Samuel L. Jackson
The problem is…

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