Wednesday, July 15, 2015

"Morality Clause" for Teachers

Teachers at the five high schools run by the Cleveland Catholic diocese have agreed to sign the same expanded and detailed "morality clause" that elementary school teachers had to sign a year ago.

Democratic Congresswoman Ridiculed Sec. of State Kerry

Congresswoman Gabbard (D. Hawaii) ridiculed Kerry for his absurd remarks on terrorism.

The Path of Government Health Care Leads but to the Grave

According to a leaked internal document from the Department of Veterans Affairs, nearly one-third of veterans awaiting healthcare coverage at the VA have already died.
Meanwhile in Britain, land of the National Health Disservice (NHD), pressure continues to mount on the NHD as 900 more patients are admitted to hospitals everyday compared to just a year ago.

Challenging the Climate Change Myth

Both the Supreme Court and the states are blocking Obama's environmental initiatives. Even the weather is turning against Obama's peddling of the "global warming" myth as the ice cover in Antarctica reached record levels.

Europe is Slowly Dying Off

Europe's population growth rate is at 0.2% when the world average is 1.2%.

Obama's Munich Agreement

At a time when Iran is proliferating nuclear technology to another terrorist-sponsor state, Sudan; when a former intelligence chief from the Obama regime criticized a nuclear deal with Tehran as "wishful-thinking"; when former Gen. David Petraeus warned that Iran is "deeply hostile" toward US interests in the Middle East; when the second-highest ranking Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee ridiculed the Obama regime's arguments for such a deal as "preposterous"; the Obama regime concluded an agreement that doesn't even deal with Iran's nuclear facilities at Parchin and Bushehr. To quote Winston Churchill, we have sustained a total and unmitigated defeat.

Gen. Patton's Revolver

It sold for $75,000.

Desalination is the Answer

Poseidon's facility in Carlsbad in San Diego County is the largest desalination plant in the western hemisphere, and will start pumping 50 million gallons of fresh water into the community each day starting this fall.