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June 4, 2011 / J. Shaw

2 Videos-Romney:Obama has Failed and Obama:Economy took a Big Hit

Two videos that show the current condition of the US economy. Mitt Romney explaining how Obama has failed America and Obama telling autoworkers how the economy has taken a big hit. Which man would you pick to fix the economy? Which man will propose concrete economic changes while the other will continue wishing the economy will improve while he continues to print more money, ask for tax inceases and apply more regulations on Industry? SHAW

President candidate Mitt Romney tellin a crowd that President Obam is ‘Failed America.’

Visibly shaken,President Barack Obama Telling workers at an auto plant thta the economy took a big hit.

June 3, 2011 / J. Shaw

VIDEO-Former Rep. McKinney in Libya Wants Gaddafi-Style Govt in U.S.

From The Blaze.

June 3, 2011 / J. Shaw

Richmond Fed Reserve Flying RAINBOW,Homosexual flag

I feel much better now. The Federal Reserve in Ricmond has so much time on it’s hands that now that the national’s economy is in full swing  it can spend “special” time flying the Homosexual flag from its building. My heart swells with pride as our country makes sure there is inclusion for everyone. Hey Richmond, let’s not forget to honor and include everyone-fly Anthony Weiner’s briefs under your rainbow flag. SHAW

Del. Robert G. Marshall, R-Prince Williamis asking the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank to remove the rainbowflag flying below the American flag outside of the building, calling itspresence “a serious deficiency of judgment by your organization, one notlimited to social issues.”

In a letter to Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker, Marshall says the homosexual behavior
“celebrated” by the bank “undermines the American economy” and is a class sixfelony in Virginia.

“The Richmond Fed’s endorsement of costly,anti-social, immoral behavior is rejected by 6,000 years of Western Religious and moral teaching,” writes Marshall, who is among the GeneralAssembly’s most conservative members and has long been outspoken on gay-rights issues. “You want the American people to trust your [judgment] in economic matters when your spokesperson celebrates an attack onpublic morals?”

Sally Green, the bank’s first vice president andchief operating officer, said earlier this week,       “We are flying the pride flag as an example of our commitment to the values of acceptance and inclusion.”

The flag is being flown at the request of PRISM, a Richmond Fed group representing gay, lesbian,bisexual and transgender employees and allies.

Its presence also prompted mention from Victoria Cobb, president of The Family Foundation in an email release on

“Although the Federal Reserve is a private entity, it isdisappointing to see it participate in this celebration,” she said. “At The Family Foundation, we will simply choose to use this flag, like the view of Mr. Jefferson’s capitol, as motivation for the work that lies ahead.”  By Olympia Meola

June 3, 2011 / J. Shaw

Unemployment UP in May to 9.1% Obama NIGHTMARE ECONOMY

Employers hired only 54,000 new workers in May. Half of the new workers were hired by MacDonald’s.

That 54,000 is the fewest in eight months,and the unemployment rate rose to 9.1 percent.

The Labor Department report Friday offered startling evidence that the U.S.economy is slowing, hampered by high gas prices and natural disasters in Japanthat have hurt U.S. manufacturers.

The pace of hiring has slowed sharply from the previous three months, when the economy added an average of 220,000 new jobs. Private companies hired only 83,000 new workers in May the fewest in nearly a year.

Local governments cut 28,000 jobs last month, the most since November. Theyhave cut jobs for 22 straight month.

Labor Department report Friday offered startling evidence that the U.S. economy is slowing, hampered by high gas prices and natural disasters in Japan that have hurt U.S. manufacturers.The pace of hiring has slowed sharply from the previous three months, when the economy added an average of 220,000 new jobs. Private companies hired only 83,000 new workers in May the fewest in nearly a year.Local governments cut 28,000 jobs last month, the most since November. They have cut jobs for 22 straight month.

June 3, 2011 / J. Shaw

VIDEO-Singer Rihanna Video about Rape, Murder

Singer Rihanna has a video out in which she sings or about a woman’ s rape and the woman shooting her attacker. The music around this story is almost pleasant and generally accectible. The photograpy makes the video seem like your typical video. Many parential control and dcency groups are out raged about this video that will be seen by their children. I have included an explainatory video and below a link to the entire video. You be the judge. SHAW

June 2, 2011 / J. Shaw

New Push for Cross-Dressing at Work

By Pete Griffin….A California bill working its way through the state  legislature providing more protection for transgender individuals in the  workplace could allow for cross-dressing employees to wear whatever they want to  work, despite workplace dress codes.

AB 887, which passed through the state’s Assembly on  May 16, is causing a stir among critics who feel it’s raising the identity of a  transgender individual to the same level as one’s ethnicity or gender.

“If you talk to the average (human resources)  manager and ask if there would be any disturbances if a man came dressed as a  woman one week and then as a man the next, I think the (HR) rep would say ‘yeah,  this would be disruptive to the workplace,’ ” said Brad Daucus, a California  attorney and president of the Pacific Justice Institute. “It will inherently  cause customers to be uncomfortable and not want to do business.”

Sponsored by Assemblywoman Toni Atkins (D-San Diego)  and co-authored by Equality California and the Transgender Law Center, the bill  would strengthen civil rights protections in the areas of employment and housing  for individuals based not only on the gender of the person’s assigned sex at  birth, but also by a person’s “gender expression.”

Atkins, Equality California and the Transgender Law  Center did not return’s requests for comment.But in a press release from May 17, Atkins said she  was “grateful” for the support the bill received from her Assembly colleagues  and will “continue fighting for this important legislation to become a  law.”

Critics like Daucus feel the law would limit the  authority of employers who disagree with an employee’s cross-dressing  attire.

“This is not dealing with harassment, we already  have laws in California that address harassment,” said Daucus. “This is about  employers having to deal with employees who dress in a way that employers know  will cost them either in terms of customers, employer morale, or employee  operational efficiency.”

Daucus is not limiting its effect to just the sales  industry. He believes businesses, such as child day care centers and retail  clothing stores, would be affected by cross-dressing employees who might have  the upper hand when it comes to legal disputes with employers regarding their  clothing choices.

“If you have a mother taking her son to a store for  back-to-school shopping and the retail clerk is a man dressed like a woman, the  mother is going to take her son and go to another store,” said Daucus.

May, an assistant director for a Christian-run  daycare center in Calif., who did not want to give her last name or the name of  her day care, agrees that the law could have an impact.

“Even if we change our hair, the kids notice right  away. If one day a teacher comes dressed like a man and then the next day as a  woman, the kids will wonder ‘What’s going on?'”

Shawn Jackson — a California-based attorney and  consultant for the California Business Development Center  — a business  development association in Rohnert Park, Calif. — says the law could bring some  changes in the workplace, but doesn’t think a business will necessarily lose  clients because an employee decides to cross-dress. But he also understands that  everyone doesn’t necessarily share this viewpoint.

“People are flawed creatures and will have their  biases and prejudices,” said Jackson. “You have to weigh the advantages and  disadvantages. There’s going to be people who say ‘you hire a transgender, I’m  not coming in.’ You can be legally right, you can be spiritually right. But from  a business standpoint, you just shot yourself in the foot.”

The bill still needs approval from the state’s  Senate.

Daucus hopes California legislators take into  account all sides of the issue.

“Whatever law is passed, it shouldn’t just look upon  the introspect of one specific micro-interest group,” said Daucus. “The  legislators need to make sure that all of those who are impacted by the  legislation are taken into consideration.”

June 2, 2011 / J. Shaw

Video-Van Jones says Paul Ryan WORSE than Al-Qaeda

Obama favorite Van Jones speaks about patriotism. Yes, Jones and people of his ilk have their own brand of patriotism. They seriously consider themselves patriots. Jones finds time to bring up Paul Ryan and claims Ryan is worse than Al Qaeda.

Sometimes you forget that people like Jones are still out there making speeches, having events, stirring up their base just like NORMAL people. The media hides these meetings and activities. Jones and his kind are just under the radar. SHAW

video appeared on Gateway Pundit, the Blaze