That’s Rick Wiles telling us the Zombie Apocalypse is upon us, you know, as a government conspiracy, and that’s why you should convert or something.
OK, so it’s not a dog, but it is funny. I think that this is going to be a show on the electronic teevee machine?
Perhaps Scissorhead Zombie Rotten McDonald will give us an expert opinion?
I guess that’s professional courtesy.
…it’s better than most of the programming on CNN:
On the bright side, the video to go along with the dog poop in the mail box story will be better than Brisket®‘s teevee show!
It must be something in the water:
CHEYENNE — State representatives on Friday advanced legislation to launch a study into what Wyoming should do in the event of a complete economic or political collapse in the United States.
House Bill 85 passed on first reading by a voice vote. It would create a state-run government continuity task force, which would study and prepare Wyoming for potential catastrophes, from disruptions in food and energy supplies to a complete meltdown of the federal government.
The task force would look at the feasibility of Wyoming issuing its own alternative currency, if needed. And House members approved an amendment Friday by state Rep. Kermit Brown, R-Laramie, to have the task force also examine conditions under which Wyoming would need to implement its own military draft, raise a standing army, and acquire strike aircraft and an aircraft carrier.
Yes, gotta defend the Wyoming coast from invasion. Someone might try to cross the Snake River or something.
(H/T Scissorhead Skinny-D, original source: Trib.com)
…anything human in there
“Pass me a kitten-ka-bob, Lynne!”
…except when it gets in the way of profits:
Despite sanctions and trade embargoes, over the past decade the United States government has allowed American companies to do billions of dollars in business with Iran and other countries blacklisted as state sponsors of terrorism, an examination by The New York Times has found.
No! Say it isn’t so! There must be a good reason for this outrage!
Most of the licenses were approved under a decade-old law mandating that agricultural and medical humanitarian aid be exempted from sanctions. But the law, pushed by the farm lobby and other industry groups, was written so broadly that allowable humanitarian aid has included cigarettes, Wrigley’s gum, Louisiana hot sauce, weight-loss remedies, body-building supplements and sports rehabilitation equipment sold to the institute that trains Iran’s Olympic athletes.
Dammit, I need examples!
In one instance, an American company was permitted to bid on a pipeline job that would have helped Iran sell natural gas to Europe, even though the United States opposes such projects. Several other American businesses were permitted to deal with foreign companies believed to be involved in terrorism or weapons proliferation. In one such case, involving equipment bought by a medical waste disposal plant in Hawaii, the government was preparing to deny the license until an influential politician intervened.
I’m guessing that if they released the full list of these scofflaw US Corporations that are getting exemptions, we would see that their profits are… offshore and untaxable, good patriots that they are.
MPS is growing up! We are getting press releases now, and no one could be more thrilled than I to announce that Kentucky is doubling-down on teh crazeeee:
Governor Steve Beshear today joined the Ark Encounter LLC to announce the planned construction of a full-scale Noah’s Ark tourist attraction in northern Kentucky. Partnering with the Ark Encounter is Answers in Genesis, which is most widely known for its high-tech and popular Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky.
Scissorheads, rejoice! KY has a new source of income: fleecing the mouthbreathing rubes that want to see The Creation Museum (complete with Dino-riding early Christians) and The Flood.
We are excited to join with the Ark Encounter group as it seeks to provide this unique, family-friendly tourist attraction to the Commonwealth. Bringing new jobs to Kentucky is my top priority, and with the estimated 900 jobs this project will create, I am happy about the economic impact this project will have on the Northern Kentucky region.
– Gov. Beshear
The next attraction is Atlantis, showing how the wicked were destroyed.