should've been torching the place by now, wonder what's wrong?
There is a mosque in Garland, Texas. It was there yesterday, it’s there today, and it will be there tomorrow. After two radical Muslims
attempted to massacre some infidels down the road a bit, there was no
angry mob of Texans storming the place with F-350s and rifles. If any
vehicle full of armed men rushed to the Muslims’ place of worship, you
can be sure that it was the local police exercising an abundance of
caution and nothing more.
It’s easy to be snarky–”Oh, yay for us! No massacre, give Texas a
cookie!” But only those parochial minds with the narrowest of experience
could fail to appreciate how unusual that is in the world.
Yeah, we all need government-run healthcare like the VA.
Coleman sent me a copy of the Sensitive Patient Access Report that he
received in March from the Phoenix VA/Privacy officer. It reveals
access to his VA medical records by a dozen different people from
October 28, 2014 through March 10, 2015. That's odd because, he told me,
"the only care I received was getting my eye glasses" in December and
Could it be a mistake? That's what Coleman says he was told the last
time he found unexpected people digging through his medical records. But
accessing the records by accident is unlikely, he told me, because of
the "restricted record" warning screen that pops up to ask database
users if they really want to pull up the information they've requested.
Speaking of Obamacare,
Too many Americans get care in emergency rooms instead of doctors
offices — and expanded health coverage is making the problem worse
rather than fixing it.
You know you're being issued a crap weapon when this comes out:
...In response to the High Court’s notice, the Home Ministry announced that
all INSAS rifles in the Red Zone (an area in East India that
experiences significant Maoist insurgent activity) would be replaced by
AK rifles, while 50% of INSAS rifles in Northern Jammu and Kashmir – a
region disputed by both China and Pakistan – would be replaced by AKs,
as well. The Times of India reported on that announcement three days later: