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    President Obama criticized Donald Trump in his commencement speech at Rutgers, although not by name. He said ignorance was "not a virtue." Trump called a long piece by The New York Times on his personal history with women a "lame hit piece."

  • The Democratic convention in Nevada had to be cut short due to security concerns after participants started throwing chairs* and other objects. Actor Wendell Pierce, a Hillary Clinton supporter, was reportedly arrested after getting into a fight with a Bernie Sanders supporter in Atlanta.
  • The planning commission in Los Angeles is considering demanding more information from Airbnb that the city could use to crack down on users of the service.
  • China pushed back against a Pentagon report on its military buildup, saying it had "severely damaged" the relationship between the two countries.
  • ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack on a gas plant in Baghdad.
  • A woman in Florida was taken to the hospital with a two-foot shark still attached to her arm.

*Snopes.com declares the claim that Sanders supporters threw chairs false.

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  1. A woman in Florida was taken to the hospital with a two-foot shark still attached to her arm.

    Terrible tattoos these days.

    1. Hello.

    2. “So you wanna get this dead weight removed?” the doctor asked.

      “Yeah, that’s right,” the lady said.

      “Shut up, lady, I’m talking to the shark!”

      1. 😎

        That one never gets old!

    3. It was a nurse shark in Boca. Before I read the article I would have bet juvenile bull shark in new Smyrna. Weird.

      1. I’ve spent many summer vacations in New Smyrna. Lovely place. We stay well south of the Ponce Inlet, although I still see sharks periodically.

    4. It’s twue, IT’S TWUE!

      Baby, you’re sucking on my arm!

    5. The setup for The Big Mouth. I believe the movie of Fight Club was deliberately alluding to that.

  2. As a little experiment, I sent three former co-workers who I thought might like it a link to one of Sugarfree’s recent “stories.” Two didn’t respond and presumably will never talk to me again. But one guy answered, “This was fantastically funny! Sugarfree is a hero.” I’ll have to work on him. I think he may have the sick humor and indifference to common humanity necessary to be a real libertarian.

    1. Prepare for restraining orders.

    2. Look JATNAS, SugarFree has an excuse, his mind is broken. Inflicting him on others is just cruel and barbaric.

      1. He’s got a fine brain, Jack.

        1. The one on his shelf doesn’t count.

      2. SugarFree has an excuse, his mind is broken.

        Why would a nice guy like you want to kill a genius? Why? Because they told you he was crazy? Sugarfree is not crazy. The man is clear in his mind, but his soul is mad.

        1. One of the few who really understands me.

  3. A woman in Florida was taken to the hospital with a two-foot shark still attached to her arm.

    Was she trying to copulate with the shark? Florida, after all.

    1. A two-foot shark. “Gnaws: You’ll never go back in the water for a couple of hours”.

      1. We’re gonna need a smaller boat.

  4. President Obama criticized Donald Trump in his commencement speech at Rutgers, although not by name.

    Sending Trump to his safe space.

    1. I’m asssuming Trump threatened to sue him.

  5. To Deal with the Refugee Crisis, Europe Needs to Confront the Demons From Its History

    We have the duty to warn that, if we don’t learn to accept foreigners who need our help, we will define them as a dangerous “other”; the danger is they become a lightning rod for all other failures in our society.

    Because the Astoria is a real site of the Holocaust I did not change it to a fictional name ? though we filmed somewhere else. Europe is in fact littered with unacknowledged sites of Nazi atrocity: railway stations, hotels, town halls.

    We have to confront this. The Holocaust did not only happen at Auschwitz and Treblinka: it happened at the end of your street, and ? chillingly ? along the very routes the Syrian migrants have taken from Greece to Germany.

    The evil of Nazism was banal. Ordinary people committed the Holocaust, not just evil maniacs from central casting. And in the past year we’ve discovered that perfectly ordinary people across Europe are capable of stigmatising and persecuting those who’ve fled here.

    1. Or… they could solve it by re-embracing those demons and resorting to the methods of yore.

      A border fence decorated with the impaled remains of migrants would be a pretty solid deterrant…

      1. With the impaled thing, you sound like you’re suggesting they should go further back than the Holocaust if they’re looking for demons to re-embrace. Vlad Tepes is part of the European inheritance as well…

        1. Well, we are discussing unwanted migration from the middle east/north africa.

          1. “Unwanted migration”

            Heh. So, invasion.

    2. Right because Europeans aren’t beaten over the head with this rather brief slice of history over and over again from the time they are young children. The darker points in European history are treated like secular original sin.

      To deal with the refugee crisis, they need to grow a pair, discard the feminine sentimentality made policy, and tell the Muslim welfare shoppers to fuck off with a free bus pass/train ticket to Turkey.

      1. The darker points in European history are treated like secular original sin.

        Americans are familiar with this phenomenon too.

        1. It seems to be the binding commonality of European people anywhere in the world.

    3. Because refusing to admit non-citizens to your country is exactly the same thing as rounding-up and executing your own citizens. Exactly.

      1. So I wrote Astoria. In it a refugee from Aleppo in 2016 gets to meet a Jew from Budapest in 1944 with nowhere else to run.

        Yep, that is exactly what the author believes.

        1. Yowza. That’s dumb.

      2. Yeah. If the point is “don’t put all the Muslims in camps and murder them”, that’s great. Beyond that, I’m not sure what bringing up the Holocaust accomplishes.

        1. The sins of the father, or something.

        2. Yeah. If the point is “don’t put all the Muslims in camps and murder them”, that’s great. Beyond that, I’m not sure what bringing up the Holocaust accomplishes.

          Well, if the point is “refugees have nowhere to go” right now, and Jews fleeing the Nazis were not widely given safe harbor in 1930….

          1. I blame FDR.

    4. I wonder, does Paul Mason mention that a majority of those in the ME see the Nazi’s as heroes, that Europe is now importing hundreds of thousands of Nazi sympathizers?

      Einstein was correct, genius does have limits.

    5. Can we start talking about the evils of communism now?

  6. The Democratic convention in Nevada had to be cut short due to security concerns after participants started throwing chairs and other objects. Actor Wendell Pierce, a Hillary Clinton supporter, was reportedly arrested after getting into a fight with a Bernie Sanders supporter in Atlanta.

    Good to see the commies emulating their ancestors of yore.

    1. Philadelphia is going to be very entertaining.

    2. Mensheviks vs. Femmesheviks

    3. If only it were Isaiah Whitlock, then we’d all be inspired to do a million “sheeeeeeeeeeeeeit” memes about it

      1. A man must have a code.

    4. I strongly suspect this doesn’t have the same national media legs as the “Trump supporters are violent” stories.

      1. Funny that.

  7. The planning commission in Los Angeles is considering demanding more information from Airbnb that the city could use to crack down on users of the service.

    Luckily we’re protected from self incrimination.

  8. After 20 years of decline, tuberculosis inches up in U.S.

    After two decades of steady decline, the number of active tuberculosis cases in the U.S. inched up last year. Hall’s was one of 9,563 TB cases reported last year, up from 9,406 cases the year before. The CDC is still trying to determine the reason for the uptick.

    The goal set by the CDC, in 1989, of eliminating TB by 2010 ? defined as less than one case in a million people ? remains elusive. Even if the trend of declining cases had continued, the United States would not have eliminated TB by the end of this century, the CDC said.

    “We are not yet certain why TB incidence has leveled off, but we do know it indicates the need for a new, expanded approach to TB elimination,” said Dr. Philip LoBue, director of the CDC’s Division of Tuberculosis Elimination, in an email.

      1. Nice!

        Great Expectorations

        1. “Girl, you are as beautiful as a Dickensian whore…”

          1. “Girl, you take my breath away.”

      2. Must I suffer the consumption of puns first thing Monday morning?

        1. Allow me….

          *narrows gaze*

        2. Must we always catarrh to your wishes?

      3. Maybe people are eating too many potatos?

    1. “We are not yet certain why TB incidence has leveled off, but we do know it indicates the need for a new, expanded approach to TB elimination,”

      Well, duh. When all you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a need to buy more nails.

      1. You’d think they could spare a few researchers from their “healthy kids” and “evils of soda-pop” initiatives to work on this, while they work on the inevitable funding increase.

        1. That being said, the elimination of deadly communicable diseases is probably a legitimate governmental function that deserves plenty of support.

          How much better is your life because of the public health efforts that eliminated polio and smallpox from your life, and pretty much put an end to worries over measles, mumps, rubella, etc.?

          In my parent’s youth, sights like this one were common. And people were powerless to stop it before the vaccine and the public health push to eliminate the virus. Smallpox epidemics were once a part of life.

          So yeah, I’d say we should put a little more financial emphasis on things like TB (which is becoming resistant to drugs) than corn syrup.

  9. Naked Man Jumped Fence at Miami International Airport, Said He Wanted to Go Back to Cuba

    Ricardo Nogales, 47, was arrested Wednesday afternoon on a breach of security charge after he jumped the perimeter fence at MIA and entered the restricted airfield area, according to a Miami-Dade Police arrest report.

    Nogales was booked into jail and it’s unknown if he’s hired an attorney. The report said he is Cuban and unemployed.

    According to the report, officers found Nogales naked and trying to enter an airport hangar. He said he jumped the fence because he wanted to go back to Cuba, the report said.

    1. Yeah, this guys’ gonna want to wear some more clothes if he was hoping to climb into a wheel well–it gets cold as hell up in that thin air.

    2. what was he high on at the time?

      1. freedom

        1. Said as he dropped his hanky?

        2. Well, it is just another word for nothing left to lose.

    3. So it turns out he didn’t have a green card or a job in Miami?

    4. AmSoc could give him a few pointers on running the blockade

  10. Obama … said ignorance was “not a virtue.”

    This is why he pulls down the big bucks.

    1. I don’t think anyone’s calling him virtuous.

  11. A woman in Florida was taken to the hospital with a two-foot shark still attached to her arm.

    It looks like a nurse shark, too. Nurse sharks are generally pretty docile – you have to basically stick your hand in their mouth to get them to bite.

    1. What’s the ICD-10 code for this? Whatever it is, some epidemiologist somewhere just came a little in his pants.

      1. That would be the W56.4 range. There are several.

    2. Or panic them. I caught a type of nurse shark off of New Jersey once, and the poor thing kept twitching even after I had beaten it several times.

      1. the poor thing kept twitching even after I had beaten it several times.

        Damn these euphemisms

      2. the poor thing kept twitching even after I had beaten it several times.

        I heard that.

  12. CIA Inspector General

    Hey! We can destroy documents, too!

    1. The CIA inspector general’s office ? the spy agency’s internal watchdog ? has acknowledged it “mistakenly” destroyed its only copy of a mammoth Senate torture report at the same time lawyers for the Justice Department were assuring a federal judge that copies of the document were being preserved, Yahoo News has learned.

      I’m shocked

      1. I am sure the court will sanction them quite severely…. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

        1. Just like they punished Brennan and Clapper for lying to Congress?

      2. Try and tell tax agencies you *mistakenly* got rid of receipts during an audit and see where that gets you.

  13. Because we can’t get enough Weiner:

    New documentary provides an emotional look into Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin’s scandal ‘nightmare’

    Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin considered splitting up.

    This revelation about one of the country’s most high-profile political couples came in one of the many uncomfortable, intimate moments featuring the pair in the new documentary “Weiner.” The film, which documents Weiner’s ill-fated 2013 New York City mayoral campaign, also serves as a portrait of a family engulfed by scandal and the ravenous press coverage that comes with it.

    Trivia: Weiner is mentioned 43 times in the written article.

    1. +1 Oscar Meyer

    2. “Documentary Thrusts Weiner Into The Front”

      1. +2 mutton flaps

    3. Politicians always amaze me with how little actual shame they are capable of.

    4. That documentary is the wurst.

    5. If Weiner were a regular shmo he would be in prison by now.

      I mean, don’t they arrest kids for sexting? So why is this guy still on panels discussing politics?

      1. I thought his misdeeds were consensual and to consenting adults?

        I’m pretty sure he was sending dick pics to college girls, and so far as I know the girls either found it humorous, sexy, or weird but not in a stalker way.

      2. So why is this guy still on panels discussing politics?

        He’s lying low until his next run for office….

        To be fair, he didn’t anything illegal that I can see. Believe me, NY politics is top-heavy with criminals running scot-free. All he did was tweet some pictures of his junk.

        1. I stand corrected.

      3. They arrest kids for sexting because they are manufacturing child pornography or corrupting the youth. All things that only apply if minors are involved. So no real double standard here, just stupid laws as applied to minors.

    6. It sounds like they’ve quickly made the transition to “We’re victims.”

    7. We need to have a frank discussion about Weiner.

      1. Why? We don’t have a dog in this fight.

      2. Nah, he’s just a spoiled brat.

      3. Something something bahama mama.

  14. Senior policewoman suspended after spat with female colleague over ‘who has the best breasts’

    The 46-year-old is said to have got into a “loud disagreement” with Superintendent Sarah Jackson about who had the “best boobs” while attending the Senior Women In Policing conference.

    It is unknown which of the two women started the row, but the Mail on Sunday reported a source claiming ACC Sutcliffe had been “comparing” breasts with Supt Jackson.

    ACC Sutcliffe has now been suspended for allegations of “inappropriate behaviour” by the force, which last week apologised after a fake Muslim terrorist shouted “Allahu Akbar” during a training exercise at a Manchester shopping centre.

    1. I nominate Lord Humungous to make the Mourning Lynx. His are much better.

    2. The article only show their faces. How am I supposed to judge?

    3. But…who won the argument?

    4. Should’ve know they were British. Yelling “Allahu Akbre”.

    5. Did someone say “breasts”?

      Woman seeks to normalize naked breasts by spending time bare chested in public

      ‘It’s me taking ownership of my own body and that is really powerful.’

      1. *salutes*

      2. I support her right to go supportless.

      3. Riding around all day on her bike like that and we may have a new Crusty Juggler.

      4. Sounds like a GoT spoiler.

      5. I always want to ask people like this why they aren’t normalizing their naked genitalia. I mean, that’s powerful, right?

        1. Fear of inappropriate erections? Lack of pockets?

    6. Well, those photos are useless.

    7. For a couple of middle aged English broads they are surprisingly good looking.

      I mean I know that middle aged and English makes it massively grading on a curve but still I’d probably go there

  15. Evidence of some of the first humans in the Americas is found in Florida

    Researchers who dove hundreds of times into a sinkhole beneath the murky waters of Florida’s Aucilla River have retrieved some of the oldest evidence of humans in the Americas, including stone tools apparently used to butcher a mastodon.

    Scientists said on Friday that the tools, animal bones and a mastodon tusk found at the site showed that people already had occupied the American Southeast by 14,550 years ago ? 1,500 years earlier than previously known.

    The site provided some of the most compelling evidence that humans had spread across the New World earlier than the so-called Clovis people, whom archaeologists for six decades considered the Americas’ first people. The Clovis people, recognized for their distinctive spearheads, are known from archaeological evidence about 13,000 years old.

    1. Why are people still clinging to the “clovis first” nonsense?

      The reason so few pre-clovis artifacts had been found for a long time was that people stopped digging when they hit the clovis stuff. Excavations at clovis sites have for the past few decades turned up troves of pre-clovis material dating back thousands of years further.

      “Clovis first” should have been dustbinned ages ago. (but then again, so should anthropogenic climate change)

      1. Remains of tools and textiles found in southern Chile have been tentatively carbon dated to over 30,000 years old. The vast majority of human history is still almost completely unknown, and what’s “known” is usually wrong.

        1. The vast majority of human history is still almost completely unknown, and what’s “known” is usually wrong.

          They weren’t taking selfies or sexting, so I don’t care.

    2. Uh, the world is only 6,000 years old.

      1. God put these artifacts in the ground that appear to be 30,000 years old to test our faith.

    3. “Hold my spear and watch this”

      /Proto-Florida Man

    4. I find Florida takes up a bit too much space.

      1. That’s what your mom said.

        1. Good times.

  16. Salon asks Hall from Hall & Oates about cultural appropriation And Hall Can’t Go For That

    One of the current debates is over “cultural appropriation” ? The idea that white people should not appropriate the culture of ethnic and racial minorities. I know that you don’t like the term “blue eyed soul.” Have you followed this conversation?

    Are you trying to say that I don’t own the style of music that I grew up with and sing? I grew up with this music. It is not about being black or white. That is the most na?ve attitude I’ve ever heard in my life. That is so far in the past, I hope, for everyone’s sake. It isn’t even an issue to discuss. The music that you listened to when you grew up is your music. It has nothing to do with “cultural appropriation.”

    I agree with you entirely, because?

    I’m glad that you do, because anyone who says that should shut the fuck up.

    Well, this entire critique is coming back?

    I’m sorry to hear it. Who is making these critiques? Who do they write for? What are their credentials to give an opinion like that? Who are they?

    Much of it is academic.

    Well, then they should go back to school. Academia? Now, there’s a hotbed of idiocy.

    1. Sounds like Darryl Hall is Out of Touch.

      1. He’s trying to give the public an Adult Education

      2. Say it isn’t so

        1. He’s gone too far because he know it don’t matter anyway

    2. Naive? I can’t go for that no can do. It’s retarded.

    3. Was that a One on One interview?

  17. The Democratic convention in Nevada had to be cut short due to security concerns after participants started throwing chairs and other objects.

    Geraldo Rivera hardest hit.

    1. Or Morton Downey?

      1. No, he probably had his Iron Man suit on.

        1. Iron lung.

  18. participants started throwing chairs and other objects. Actor Wendell Pierce, a Hillary Clinton supporter, was reportedly arrested after getting into a fight

    “Fighting to remove barriers.”

    1. That’s just Bunk.

    2. I guess all of the Hillary “Fighting for Us” signs are starting to have an effect.

  19. Wall Street’s Bond Forecasters Splinter as Fed Credibility Wanes

    As a senior economist at Standard Chartered Bank, Costerg says the risk of a recession will cause the Fed to backtrack on its move to end seven years of near-zero rates. That will underpin demand for Treasuries and push benchmark 10-year yields to 1.6 percent, one of the lowest forecasts in Bloomberg’s latest survey.

    At the opposite end of the spectrum is Amherst Pierpont Securities’ Stephen Stanley. He’s calling for yields to jump more than a percentage point to 2.8 percent as inflation and jobs growth push the Fed to raise rates twice this year.

    Their conflicting views are emblematic of how little consensus there is over the direction of the U.S. economy — and its impact on the $13.4 trillion market for Treasuries. The divide also reflects how mixed policy signals from Fed officials, worries about China and negative rates in Europe and Japan have raised the stakes for investors as yields plunge and bond prices soar. In 2016, the gap between bullish and bearish forecasts is wider than it’s been in each of the past three years as bouts of volatility plague the financial markets.

    1. They’ll both be wrong – question is, in which direction?

    2. Mixed policy signals from Fed Officials? How many euphemisms for pumping liquidity can there be?

    3. The reality is that we are in uncharted economic territory. Nobody has a damn clue.

      1. No, I think they have a clue – they just don’t know how to face it.

        Fun fact – the household share of federal debt and unfunded liabilities is $970,000.00.

        Cough it up, people!

    4. I dislike how “Fed” is never really defined in these articles. Are they talking about the Board of Governors based in DC? “Mixed signals” from that entity happens all the time since the seven members (well, currently five) are political appointees appointed for 14 year terms.

      Or are they talking about the Federal Reserve System of which there are 12 semi-independent regional entities, whose managements oftentimes disagree with each other?

      Seriously, when was the last time the Governors and the managements of all 12 banks have been on the same page? “Mixed signals” is a useless metric to measure anything coming from the “Fed”.

  20. ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack on a gas plant in Baghdad.

    They’ve branched into ecoterrorism? That’s going to gain them some supporters.

    1. gas plant in Baghdad.

      Taco Bell is in Baghdad?

    2. They’re just blowing it up before Trump comes over there and steals it. Trump’s probably going to sue.

  21. Inside the Pro-Iran ‘Echo Chamber’

    A White House-allied group funded a private email listserv that pushed out pro-Iran talking points and anti-Israel conspiracy theories to hundreds of influential policy experts, government officials, and journalists during the Iran nuclear debate.

    The contents of the invite-only listserv, obtained by the Washington Free Beacon, could give a glimpse inside the “echo chamber” used by White House aide Ben Rhodes and allied lobbying groups to promote the administration’s nuclear deal with Iran.

    Members of the list included an Obama White House adviser, senior officials at the State Department, journalists for the New York Times and the Washington Post, and fellows at prominent think tanks.

    The email forum, known as “Gulf/2000,” was originally created by Columbia University professor and former Jimmy Carter aide Gary Sick in 1993.

    1. Not possible. I have it on good authority that the echo chambers can only be found on the right of politics and are connected, somehow, to talk radio.

        1. Nope, not clicking on that. I spent some time in their discussion forums for an essay I wrote and I’m pretty sure my IQ went down irreversibly.

  22. In Alien vs. Predator, I’m for Predator, Because He’s OUR Predator

    A fit of high dudgeon has gripped many of my Republican friends, ex-friends, and soon-to-be-ex-friends now that Donald Trump has all but won the Republican nomination. My advice to them: get over it. This presidential race will look like Alien vs. Predator. I’m for Predator, without a second’s hesitation, because he’s our Predator. For all his faults Donald Trump would be (and I’m confident will be) an incomparably better president.

    I’m not pleased about the outcome of the primaries. I supported Ted Cruz and helped out in his campaign with economic research and news analysis. Yes, Trump is a vulgarian with poor impulse control. I don’t like him and find his vulgarity objectionable and his insulting remarks about Mexicans (for example) deplorable. The mother of my children is Mexican, and I take this sort of thing personally. If I ever have the opportunity I will give Trump a black eye.

    But there’s a war on–three different wars, in fact. To remain neutral is moral cowardice; to choose the wrong side would be downright wicked.

    1. TRIBE UBER ALLES.

      1. TEAM, TEAM, TEAMITY TEAM!

    2. Three different wars, eh? Let me guess – terrorism, immigration, culture. None of which I find quite the threat as the three wars of feeding, clothing, housing myself and my kids. What’s Trump going to do about getting the government off my back so I can take care of myself and my kids?

      Oh, he knows why I’m worried and pissed off at the ones stealing my future and he’s going to fix it. He’s going to kick the shit out of Them and take back the stuff They stole. The Mexicans stealing our welfare jobs, the Chinese stealing our industry and jobs, the terrorists stealing our oil and jobs, the corporations stealing our taxes and jobs, the Left stealing our country and jobs – it’s all the They who are responsible for our anger and our worry. He has no idea how to build anything, but he knows how to tear shit down, he knows how to kick the shit out of Them and steal Their stuff. And the beauty of stealing our stuff back from Them is that makes it all Free Stuff – and then you don’t have to worry about taking care of yourself, the government will take care of you.

      But we all know who else had no constructive ideas but merely destructive ones and yet rode a wave of anger and resentment against Them to power and then used that power to kill a shitload of people and not just destroy a nation but fuck up a lot of shit for a lot of other nations as well. They all did.

    3. The mother of my children is Mexican

      Some of them, I assume, are good – but not good enough to marry?

  23. We wasted $113B in Afghanistan, no wonder ‘America First’ resonates

    While Donald Trump took a lot of heat for his recent “America First” speech, which foreign-policy experts rejected as “isolationist,” a scathing new Pentagon report on Afghan reconstruction backs his stance against nation-building.

    In virtually every category ? from infrastructure to education to security ? our virtual adoption of that nation has been a costly fiasco.

    In a report to Congress, the Defense Department reveals that Washington so far has spent an eye-popping $113.2 billion to rebuild Afghanistan ? an amount that, adjusted for inflation, tops by $10 billion the total we committed to rebuilding post-WWII Europe under the Marshall Plan.

    Yet in this case, taxpayers have almost nothing to show for it.

    1. So we own the country now right? We can just set it on fire, walk away and collect the insurance?

      1. I think we overpaid, so even with the insurance we’re still in the hole.

    2. tops by $10 billion the total we committed to rebuilding post-WWII Europe under the Marshall Plan.

      While these metrics are fun to play around with, how much is this one really worth? The nation-states rehabilitated under the Marshall Plan possessed functioning governments and broad-based industrialized economies before WWII. They had the willingness and ability to get back to how they were before.

      Afghanistan has not had a functioning government in centuries, at least not one which some major tribe/faction did not view as completely illegitimate. Its economy was largely a pre-industrialization joke before the civil war tore everything apart for 30 years.

      To be clear: I believe we absolutely should not have gotten involved in the nation-building exercise in Afghanistan. It was the ultimate in hubris.

  24. Scalia’s death could doom right-to-work laws

    Organized labor is laying the groundwork for an agressive legal challenge to right-to-work laws, one that essentially would invalidate most state versions of the law. The challenge could find its way to the Supreme Court next year, conservative groups say.

    The challenge ? which unions have advanced in Idaho, Indiana, Wisconsin and just this month in West Virginia ? argues that state right-to-work laws, which prohibit workers from being forced to join or otherwise financially support a union as a condition of employment, amount to an unfair “taking” of union funds.

    The legal push initially was seen as having little hope for success, since the issue was considered long-settled. That changed after Justice Antonin Scalia’s sudden death in February, which ended the court’s narrow conservative majority. Scalia’s replacement, whenever he or she comes, could shift the court’s balance.

    1. The union does not have a property right to the paychecks of people who don’t want to join.

      1. Not yet. Next year SCOTUS may rule otherwise. Because FYTW.

    2. Trying to imagine a world where SCOTUS makes the decision it made in Kelo and then endorses this bullshit.

    3. Unions would be so completely irrelevant if they weren’t being propped up by the state. They’re obsolete and outlived any usefulness long ago.

    4. The challenge ? which unions have advanced in Idaho, Indiana, Wisconsin and just this month in West Virginia ? argues that state right-to-work laws, which prohibit workers from being forced to join or otherwise financially support a union as a condition of employment, amount to an unfair “taking” of union funds.

      Not being legally compelled to give is taking.

  25. Surprising no one, Maduro uses his magic pen to fix the economic problems of Venezuela:

    Venezuela president declares emergency, cites U.S., domestic ‘threats’

    CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro declared a 60-day state of emergency on Friday due to what he called plots from within the OPEC country and the United States to topple his leftist government.

    Maduro did not provide details of the measure. A previous state of emergency, implemented in states near the Colombian border last year, suspended constitutional guarantees in those areas, except for guarantees relating to human rights.

    He’s so dreamy.

    1. Curiously absent from my town’s paper.

  26. Radiohead Is for Boring Nerds

    Radiohead fans are the type of people who feel perfectly comfortable dropping a hundred bucks on some rare Japanese import single and then shrink wrapping it, putting it on a meticulously organized shelf (alphabetical, then chronological), and never touching it again. And they have no problem with spending that kind of cash on a record they will never listen to because they’ve all got steady jobs as computer programmers and they sure as hell ain’t losing money on romantic evenings out on the town with women. (Yes, I just generalized that all Radiohead fans are guys, but let’s be real here.) No date has ever ended in sex which started with some nerd’s dinner conversation about how Kid A foreshadowed 9/11 (which is a real thing that Radiohead supernerd Chuck Klosterman believes). Or the Radiohead binary theory which hypothesizes that their 1997 album OK Computer and their 2007 album In Rainbows form together perfectly to create a decade-spanning mega-album. Wow! What are the odds that one album full of computer noise bullshit would vaguely sound like another album full of computer noise bullshit? What geniuses!t

    1. I’ve never cared for Radiohead all that much. I remember liking “The Bends”, but yeah never a big fan.

        1. Would that it had only ended there….

    2. Yes! I have never gotten the appeal of this band. I remember people going on about Kid A in the late 1990s and it was the most boring thing I ever heard.

    3. I like Radiohead. All of the biggest Radiohead fans i know are women. Klosterman was writing tongue-in-cheek with the 9/11 comparison. Generalizations are dumb.

      1. I’m with the others. I don’t get them. I like other bands that Pandora would say have similar “DNA”, but find Radiohead boring and uninspired. Where should I start if I want to give them another chance?

        1. OK Computer is pretty rocking all the way through. That’s the only album of theirs I listen to in its entirety.

      2. I like Radiohead

        White people. smdh.

    4. God damn but people write stupid shit about music.

  27. Actor Wendell Pierce, a Hillary Clinton supporter, was reportedly arrested after getting into a fight with a Bernie Sanders supporter in Atlanta.

    Someone threw down with The Bunk? My guess: McNulty is to blame.

    1. You’re an asshole, Juggler.

      1. What the fuck did I do?

        1. Nothing in particular, he’s just making an observation.

        2. If you don’t know, I’m not going to tell you!
          /wife

    2. After the fight did he say “Look at that bowlegged motherfucker, I made him walk like that.”

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZyTRiHT8IA

    3. A man must have a code.

  28. NYT: Sorry, We Don’t Take Obamacare
    The growing pains of the health care act are frustrating patients.

    “Anytime one of us needs a doctor,” she continued, “we send out an alert: ‘Does anyone have anyone on an exchange plan that does mammography or colonoscopy? Who takes our insurance?’ It’s really a problem.”

    The goal of the Affordable Care Act, which took effect in 2013, was to provide insurance to tens of millions of uninsured or under-insured Americans, through online state and federal marketplaces offering an array of policies. By many measures, the law has been a success: The number of uninsured Americans has dropped by about half, with 20 million more people gaining coverage. It has also created a host of new policies for self-employed people like Ms. Moses, who previously had insurance but whose old plans were no longer offered.

    Yet even as many beneficiaries acknowledge that they might not have insurance today without the law, there remains a strong undercurrent of discontent. Though their insurance cards look the same as everyone else’s ? with names like Liberty and Freedom from insurers like Anthem or United Health ? the plans are often very different from those provided to most Americans by their employers. Many say they feel as if they have become second-class patients.

    1. It has also created a host of new policies that cost a lot more and cover a lot less for self-employed people like Ms. Moses, who previously had insurance but whose old plans were no longer offered BECAUSE OBAMACARE MADE THEM ILLEGAL.

      1. Yet they never mention this.

      2. Yet they never mention this.

      3. Yet they never mention this.

        1. Did you eat a box of Ricolla’s?

          1. SLOW DOWN!

            *frantically resumes wrapping individual lozenges*

    2. The only solution is to downgrade those who appear to be first-class patients.

      1. God damn “Cadillac health insurance plans”, we must tax them to save humanity.

    3. It has also created a host of new policies for self-employed people like Ms. Moses, who previously had insurance but whose old plans were no longer offered.

      I guess that’s one way to describe involuntarily disenrolling people.

  29. Possible STEVE SMITH sighting:

    Woman, 64, Who Went Missing While Hiking Is Found Tied to a Tree in the Woods: Reports

    A woman who wasm reported missing this week after she went hiking in North Carolina’s Blueridge Mountains was reportedly found alive and tied to a tree

    …snip…

    The man is described as an unkempt, white male, about 50 years old, with salt-and-pepper hair and fa scraggly beard, according to an NPS Rangers statement released Friday.

    The suspect is believed to be wearing a light or faded grey short sleeve T-shirt, blue pants and dark tennis shoes. He may have smell musty from going unwashed for several days, according to the release.

    1. NO ONE NEEDS DEODORANT.

    2. STEVE SMITH NEED NO ROPE
      STEVE SMITH USE YETI STRENGTH TO HOLD VICTIMS

      1. STEVE SMITH NOT YETI! STEVE SMITH MAKE LOVE TO YETI! STEVE SMITH HAVE YELLOW FEVER!

    3. STEVE SMITH NO NEED ROPE. NOT LEAVE SURVIVORS EITHER.

    4. “She’s not deceased at this time,” a rescue worker told the dispatcher. “She is tied to a tree. This is the one they were looking for.”

      There should be a word to describe when cops, military personnel and first responders use big words, mannerisms and syntax that they only use because they want to sound superduper official. Hero jargon from the thin blue dictionary.

  30. Businessman raising ?1m to recreate 9/11 to prove conspiracy theories true or false ‘once and for all’

    “We’re going to purchase a 747 or equivalent aircraft that’s about to go out of service, we’re going to fill it full of jet fuel, we’re going to purchase a building that’s about to be torn down in the countryside… and we’re going to crash it at 500 miles per hour into that building.”

    Suck on *that*, “MythBusters”!

    1. Excuse me conspiracy nut, sir.

      1: A 767 is much larger than a 747.

      2: Not all buildings are made equal. You’re not going to find a 1970s vintage structural core tower outside of a major metro area.

      3: https://youtu.be/FzF1KySHmUA You don’t need to melt the structual steel to induce failure.

      1. Shush, UCS! You’re harshing the guy’s buzz.

      2. For number 1, you got that backwards. Also i wonder how the pilot plans to crash the plane into said building.

        I believe 767s were used for the actual attack….747s are a bit bigger.

        1. How dare the numbers contradict my lived experience of flying on them!

          Of course, the lowered passenger capacity could also account for it feeling bigger – less of a sardine can.

        2. 9/11 — two 767s and two 757s which have a common type rating.

          1. Which rating is that? The Terrorism Utility rating?

            1. Pilot’s license. Pilots are type rated against which “type” of aircraft they are licensed to fly.

              If you a rated to fly a B757 you are also rated to fly a B767.

              From the perspective of the terrorists, you spend money to get a type rating and your target pool of “hijackable” aircraft is doubled.

              1. So terrorists wanted to be sure to be properly licensed for the aircraft they were hijacking?

                1. No. Terrorists sent people to pilot school to learn how to fly commercial jets so they could navigate and fly to targets of interest.

                  They chose B757 and B767 because of their size and fuel capacity. And because they could go to one school and learn to fly both at the same time.

      3. I love that video. I have watched it many times.

      4. Yeah, and good luck finding a suitable building that’s just all by itself miles away from anything.

        1. I’m sure you could find some in China and other communist parasides.

    2. 500 MPH?!

      I watched the 2nd plane hit from the street and I don’t think it was going anywhere near that fast.

  31. Poll: Majority supports Sanders-like health care plan

    Though Bernie Sanders is still a long-shot to overcome Hillary Clinton and win the Democratic nomination, his health-care plan is the most popular of the three remaining candidates, according to the results of a Gallup survey out Monday.

    Sanders has called for replacing the Affordable Care Act with a federally funded program providing insurance for all Americans.

    Asked their opinions of three separate scenarios for the future of Obamacare, 58 percent to 37 percent said they would like to see the 2010 health care law replaced with care for all, as advocated by Sanders. As far as flat out repealing the Affordable Care Act, which Donald Trump has vowed to do, 51 percent to 45 percent expressed support. And in terms of keeping the health care law as it is, just 48 percent said they would support that, while 49 percent said they would oppose. Hillary Clinton has by and large advocated for the law to remain in place as it currently exists.

    1. “I don’t imagine you will dispute the fact that at present the stupid people are in an absolutely overwhelming majority all the world over.”

      1. Lemme give you an insight into what your future will be like if you move another inch closer to Canadian Universal health.

        You’ll get students, doctors and nurses asking (begging) the government for simple things like ‘digital filing’ to which a minister will respond, ‘they need a reality check’. This is what happened in Quebec – where English hospitals, I might add, are superior to the French ones.

        I’ll let you stew on that.

        1. The future of health care

          Although the idea sounds simple enough, the fix hasn’t worked out as planned. Wait times have gotten worse ? not better. There are 70,000 more vets waiting at least a month for an appointment than there were at this time last year.

          The VA claims there has been a massive increase in demand for care, but it’s apparent the problem has more to do with the way Veterans Choice was set up. The program is confusing and complicated. Vets don’t understand it, doctors don’t understand it, and even VA administrators admit they can’t always figure it out.

        2. Those of us who get information from a wide variety of sources know that even Canada is trying to move away from the Canadian system these days.

          Retarded Obamabots don’t know this because they read two papers and watch one network.

        3. This is what happened in Quebec – where English hospitals, I might add, are superior to the French ones.

          It’s the bathing, right?

    2. They support until they how much it will cost them in taxes to pay for it….see Vermont.

      1. We need more people. Then it’ll work. You’ll see.

    3. I support an onerous poll tax.

      1. Votes should count proportionally to rolling 4 year avg of personal income+payroll tax paid.

        Representation should be proportional to taxation.

        1. Hmmm…so the 47% would have negative votes? That would put a damper on the Free Shit Brigade.

          I LIKE IT!

  32. “Actor Wendell Pierce, a Hillary Clinton supporter, was reportedly arrested after getting into a fight with a Bernie Sanders supporter in Atlanta.”

    As rough as that neighborhood could be, we had us a community. Nobody, no victim, who didn’t matter. And now all we got is bodies, and predatory motherfuckers like you. And out where that girl fell, I saw kids acting like Bernie Sanders, calling you by name, glorifying your ass. Makes me sick, motherfucker, how far we done fell.

  33. Nightmarish Lines Continue At Airport Security Checkpoints

    The TSA has been urging passengers to get to the airport at least two hours early for domestic flights, and three hours early for international flights. However, some passengers have said that is not enough time to get through security and still make their flight.

    American Airlines said some 4,000 passengers have missed flights at O’Hare since February because of the long wait times.

    The TSA has blamed the long waits at security on a shortage of screeners, due to federal budget cuts. The agency also has said airlines are seeing record travel volume, meaning more passengers in lines.

    U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer has urged the TSA to increase the number of dogs at security checkpoints. He said they could cut wait times in half.

    what Chuck?

    1. U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer has urged the TSA to increase the number of dogs at security checkpoints. He said they could cut wait times in half.

      No one can deny the possibility that Chuck is a “dog expert”.

    2. I am going to drive to three destinations this summer instead of fly.

    3. TSA responds to Brussels terrorists attacking ticket and security bottlenecks by making security bottlenecks worse. Good job, assholes.

      1. I was in a one-hour line in New Orleans recently. One of those that wraps back and forth.

        You could not possibly ask for a better target for a bomb. And, this was outside the screening, so there’s no reason you couldn’t have a duffel bag loaded with 50 pounds of C4 and roofing nails.

        Either the Islamonutters are really completely incapable of pulling off a bomb attack in the US, or our seemingly farcical security apparat is actually preventing attacks.

        1. Or the number of estimated Islamonutters is 1,000,000X the actual number.

    4. He said they could cut wait times in half.

      If by “cut wait times in half” he means his real goal, “double drug arrests”.

    5. So, a round trip has four extra hours tacked onto it.

      And that’s assuming all the flights go off as scheduled.

      No wonder I don’t fly to places that I would have flown to before this idiocy.

  34. Needz moar funding:

    The F-35 Stealth Fighter’s Dirty Little Secret Is Now Out in the Open

    The U.S. Senate just confirmed what an Air Force general hinted at in February 2016???and which should have been obvious for years to close observers of U.S. air power.

    The Joint Strike Fighter program is not developing one, common warplane for the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps and the air arms of America’s closest allies.

    No, the Joint Strike Fighter is actually three different plane designs sharing a basic cockpit, engine and software and a logistical network. The Air Force’s F-35A, the Marines’ F-35B and the Navy’s F-35C should, in all fairness, be the F-35, F-36 and F-37.

    “Despite aspirations for a joint aircraft, the F-35A, F-35B and F-35C are essentially three distinct aircraft, with significantly different missions and capability requirements,” the Senate stated in its version of the National Defense Authorization Act for 2017.

    1. Despite aspirations for a joint aircraft, the F-35A, F-35B and F-35C are essentially three distinct aircraft, with significantly different missions and capability requirements

      … none of which are any good at what they’re built to do.

    2. The really dirty secret is that we spent a trillion dollars and they all suck.

      1. Sure they spent a trillion dollars but I doubt that they actually spent a trillion dollars on developing the plane, there has to be some accounting shenanigans going on.

    3. Every one of those planes will be obsolete in the near future. Does anyone think that they’ll be able to out-fly an autonomous air superiority drone? How about a swarm of them?

    4. Code name: Giraffe

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  36. Slut shaming? Or just stoopid fucking viewers?

    KTLA meteorologist handed a sweater to cover her dress in middle of weather report

    Today’s forecast: Awkward with a chance of sexual harassment.

    That was the case for Libert? Chan, a meteorologist who was handed a sweater while delivering a weather report on KTLA after multiple viewers complained that the dress she was wearing was inappropriate for the Saturday morning broadcast.

    “What’s going on?” Chan asked to an offscreen anchor who was holding up a gray cardigan during her 8:20 a.m. report. “You want me to put this on? Why? ‘Cause it’s cold?”

    “We were getting a lot of emails,” an unidentified male voice replied.

    Chan reluctantly obliged.

    “I look like a librarian now,” she said before finishing the forecast.

    1. So much for Libert

      1. We still get ?galit? and fraternit?, right?

        1. HAHAHAHAHA, no.

          Those were gone long ago.

    2. Wut?

    3. “I look like a librarian now,”

      My opinion of SugarFree and his tales of sexual deviancy has been turned upside down.

      1. Check me out!
        *Slides Cardigan off one ornery, puckered nipple*

  37. I can’t believe this hasn’t shown up yet:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05…..in-us.html

    A man whose penis was removed because of cancer has received the first penis transplant in the United States, at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

    1. Mr. Manning welcomed questions and said he wanted to speak out publicly to help dispel the shame and stigma associated with genital cancers and injuries, and to let other men know there was hope of having normal anatomy restored.

      “Don’t hide behind a rock,” he said.

      Well, it *rhymes* with rock…

      1. Mr. Manning

        Make up your mind, Bradley.

  38. This has to be a joke, right?

    By SARAH BARNS
    05:44, 13 May 2016
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    A RUSSIAN man who has a debilitating illness has volunteered to become the first person to undergo a head transplant ? but experts say the side effects of the procedure could be worse than death.

    Valery Spiridonov, 30, suffers from Werdnig-Hoffmann disease, a rare form of spinal muscular atrophy.

    The controversial operation will involve cooling his head to around 12 degrees Celsius, cutting it from his body and connecting it to the donated body of a brain-dead person.
    Arthur Caplan, director of medical ethics at New York University’s Langone Medical Centre described Dr Canavero as “nuts”.

    He believes that the bodies of head transplant patients “would end up being overwhelmed with different pathways and chemistry than they are used to and they’d go crazy”.

    But Dr Canavero hit back at the criticism saying Valery will not only live with his new body, but will be able to walk within a year of the operation.

    Krieger approved.

    1. “Identitty parade: These are the seven types of boob”

      The Sun is so classy

      1. No man can live with just seven types of boobs.

      2. It’s definitely not the daily mail that’s for sure.

      3. After careful scrutiny, I have decided they all need more study.

      4. Saw that. It’s just drawings. Boo.

      5. Saw that. It’s just drawings. Boo.

    2. Do they mean 12 degrees Kelvin?

      Anyway I think dying on the operating table is a lot more likely than “going crazy” or “walking within a year”.

  39. Troopers open fire on big rig driver as he leads them on a 100-mile chase across Arizona Interstate while carrying two cranes

    It’s the DM, so it’s short on facts, but:

    A big rig driver led police on a 100-mile highway pursuit, ending only when troopers opened fire and captured him..

    Officers ended up firing shots at the driver.

    Preliminary accounts are that the driver didn’t have a gun but motioned as if he had a weapon. The driver wasn’t shot.

    He suffered injuries from a police dog that captured him

  40. Chris Hedges: Welcome to 1984

    Much of the left, Nader argues, especially with the Democratic Party’s blatant rigging of the primaries to deny Bernie Sanders the nomination, grasps that change will come only by building mass movements. This gives the left, at least until these protofascist forces also give up on the political process, a window of opportunity. If we do not seize it, he warns, we may be doomed.

    1. ^^ Hillary Clinton has won the majority of the votes in the Democratic Primary, so I am not sure how they rigged the system. When Hillary gets more votes than Bernie, apparently that’s undemocratic

      1. It’s all because of the “corporate” media. If the people were just getting the right message…

      2. I’ve seen “Hillary suppressed my vote” on more than one (hand-written) sign around here. The funny thing is that “voter suppression” is a charge usually leveled in the context of “minorities” whereas that is Clinton’s largest base of support (+ old hags).

          1. That was good.

  41. So I know this was linked to last week: Transgender vets petition for coverage

    In the petition, the legal team essentially makes four arguments. The first is that the V.A. already provides transition-related healthcare for transgender people, such as hormone replacement therapy and mental health services, so the ban is “arbitrary,” says Lambda Legal’s Dru Levasseur. (The V.A. issued a directive in 2011 indicating that staff must provide such care “without discrimination.”) The second is that the V.A. covers the same procedures that transgender people are seeking, such as mastectomies, for non-transgender and intersex veterans. The third, says Levasseur, is “the V.A. created this exclusion without examining any relevant data,” ignoring the “medical consensus” on the topic.

    1. But I wanted to contrast it with this

      Three weeks later, at a celebration of life service, the Newport News man was remembered for his smile and his love for his family. Friends and loved ones described the retired Air Force senior master sergeant as independent and energetic, two qualities he was robbed of by early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, which ultimately took his life.

      Despite Jim’s 23 years of military service, the Veteran’s Administration wouldn’t do much, either. Because his illness wasn’t service-related, the most it would pay for is a 30-day respite stay at a one-star facility in Virginia Beach. Jim didn’t qualify for the two other options for veterans, either. The 40 long-term beds for dementia patients at a veterans facility in Richmond were filled ? with a months-long waiting list. At the Hampton VA Medical Center, the eight beds in a secure “geriatric special care unit” are only available to patients who qualify for nursing home care, just as for Medicaid.

      I can’t get the logic of people who would advocate for coverage of what is basically extreme plastic surgery when that system doesn’t even cover early-onset Alzheimer’s.

      1. I can’t get the logic of people who would advocate for coverage of what is basically extreme plastic surgery when that system doesn’t even cover early-onset Alzheimer’s.

        Alzheimer’s is reality, and reality is difficult? You bring up a great point.

      2. Seems fair to assume that gender dysphoria isn’t service related either. And as I understand it, there is no kind of medical consensus on the best way to treat it.

        Sadly, Alzheimer’s care is mostly warehousing them until they die. But it certainly a real need in ways that sex change surgery is not.

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  43. Listening to Penn Jillette interview Gary Johnson. Not too bad for a Monday morning.

  44. In old things that are news to me – Springfield College recently cancelled a “Men in Literature” course

    on the grounds that its inordinate emphasis on one gender creates a “hostile environment” for women.

    The school also objected to an essay assignment on the treatment of males in academic environments, saying students should be required to write about the opposite gender.

    See, this is how we know The Onion truly is America’s Finest News Source.

    1. Are you sure it’s not from the Simpsons?

    2. I assume they’re closing their Women’s Studies department?

      1. Seeing how more women are going to college than men now, and we keep hearing about how girls are outperforming boys in school, seems like maybe it’s time to reconsider the justification for having women’s studies and not men’s studies. Or they could just change it to “Feminist victimology bullshit studies”.

  45. Chair throwing is an established tradition in the American democratic process.

    1. I’m waiting for the D’s to blame Booooooooosh.

    2. But Bob(by) Knight endorsed Trump!

  46. Chairs Thrown at Nevada Dem Convention
    Ed Krayewski|May. 16, 2016 9:00 am

    The Chair has the floor.

  47. RE: Obama Slams Trump, Trump Slams Times, Chairs Thrown at Nevada Dem Convention: A.M. Links: A.M. Links

    This just in: Obama Slams Trump, Trump Slams Times, Chairs Slams Floors, Denny’s Slams Breakfast.

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