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Bachelor's Degree in Business Management F.I.U. Alumni, working on MBA to further personal goals. Agnostic dating a Christian. Life's as interesting as it gets!

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  1. 5 months ago on Tom Toles

    Biggest schmidt eating grin I’ve ever seen. It’s hard NOT to hate Trump’s appoints to the cabinet that’s in charge of overseeing parts of our gubbermint.

  2. 5 months ago on Gary Varvel

    Still looking for that wave as well. So far all we’re hearing is how the Dems are running women all over the place. As nice as it sounds the public has bigger problems to worry about like jobs, healthcare, and education.

  3. 5 months ago on Signe Wilkinson

    What frustrates me the most with these companies is that their B.S. software come pre-installed on the mobile devices I purchase every few years. And every time it gets harder to remove that stuff via mods and hacks.

  4. 5 months ago on Tom Stiglich

    And probably have better prices than the U.S. too.

  5. 5 months ago on Matt Wuerker

    https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/17pdf/16-111_j4el.pdf

    Read the effing decision. It clearly states, “When the Colorado CivilRights Commission considered this case, it did not do so with the religious neutrality that the Constitution requires.”

    They violated the baker’s first amendment rights. The SCOTUS doesn’t take cases based on fairness. It takes them based on the constitution.

  6. 5 months ago on Matt Wuerker

    https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/17pdf/16-111_j4el.pdf

    The actual opinion of the judges who decided the case instead of the opinions of some half wit reporter. From Justice Kennedy, “Given all these considerations, it is proper to hold that whatever the outcome of some future controversy involving facts similar to these, the Commission’s actions hereviolated the Free Exercise Clause; and its order must be set aside.” The Colorado board violated the baker’s first amendment rights to his work by dismissing his claim that his works are religious based.

    “It was quite specific to this particular case and cannot be generalized to a broad spectrum of cases.”

    That’s what they said about the Hobby Lobby decision. Surprise! Other religious organizations have stopped paying for contraceptives for their female employees.

  7. 5 months ago on Matt Wuerker

    Customization of edibles such as cakes are considered an art form. Art forms for the most part are protected by the first amendment be it free speech or religious affiliation. The guy didn’t outright say “I hate gays” as a basis for not wanting to bake the cake for them or the SCOTUS would have ruled differently. He argued that because his art form is religious based that he should not be forced to betray his faith. If anything he was kind enough to refer them to other bakers who could do the job for him. This isn’t some looney handing out marriage certificates or drugs, but these people didn’t care about that. They only saw an easy pay day and instead lost the case and set a new precedent. Congrats! You just played yourselves!

  8. 5 months ago on Ted Rall

    Surely you jest. Nancy Pelousy may be loved in California, but she’s the devil outside of Cali. If she runs it’ll be Clinton 2.0 with Trump serving a second term.

  9. 5 months ago on Ted Rall

    Want proof of what Rall is saying? Simply look at all the Trump toons to find the same monotonous comments about the guy: he’s stupid, he’s disgusting, and he’s got small hands. Somehow that’s gonna get Trump impeached while he goes around screwing the country with his billionaire buddies who are busy policing themselves from the executive branch. And anyone expecting Mueller to nail his carcass to the wall keeps forgetting that Pence, a real political slime ball, is waiting in the wings to carry out what Trump and co. started.

  10. 5 months ago on Brian McFadden

    So people who were deported by Obama illegally don’t count because he ain’t in office anymore? Let’s wait 8 years after this guy leaves office and this will be just as irrelevant.