A donation to the Pharm: Lefties are entertaining themselves by claiming that Obama got the idea for his biggest socialist gaffefrom Mitt Romney. Normal people are amused that the leftists could not distinguish between the amateur athletes, whose training usually starts in childhood, and adult business people who are making a living through their own efforts.
There was quite a difference between the Olympic athletes addressed by Romney, and those entrepreneurs who were told by Obama that someone else did that for them.
Breitbart’s Awr Hawkins has caught the flaming metrosexual, Mayor Bloomberg, hysterically whining about gun rights on the Piers Morgan Show, in response to the Batman Massacre.
Bloomers suggests that police should all go on strike until Americans give up their guns.
Bloomberg flames: “I would take it one step further. I don’t understand why police officers across this country don’t stand up, collectively, and say, ‘We’re going to go on strike. We’re not going to protect you unless you, the public, through your legislature, do what’s required to keep us safe.”
Pharmer replies: The police are for cleaning up the mess after the crime is committed. In the majority of cases, police do not arrive in time to stop a crime in progress.
Mayor Bloomberg, I prefer that gun rights would be respected everywhere, and that your NYC police go on strike as you suggest.
Click above for Bain’s analysis and advice for colleges and universities which are facing the financial crunch of bloated infrastructure liabilities. and fewer students able to pay the ginormous tuition.
Have you been watching the construction at your nearest educational facility over the last two decades? Did you see cutting edge architectural wonders with soaring entryways and huge heating and cooling liabilities?
With the economy in collapse, private contributions and federal and state funding being pinched, the higher educational institutions are in DEEP DOO DOO. Like so many others, they built houses that they can’t afford.
Pharmer sees universities receding, and the smaller private and online educational institutions taking over, as people look for more immediate value in their education.
24 year old Tonya Reaves of N. Kildare, Chicago, died on Friday 7/20/12 following an abortion procedure at the Planned Parenthood clinic at 18 S. Michigan Avenue. The autopsy revealed hemorrhage following cervical dilation and evacuation of intrauterine pregnancy to be a contributing cause, and the Coroner has ruled the death to be an accident.
The above news story exemplifies the use of misoprostil alone in late term abortion. Misoprostil (Cytotec) is a prostaglandin drug which causes uterine contractions and is used off label to induce labor.
The most common chemical abortion regimen utilizes mifepristone, a selective progestin receptor modulator, followed by misoprostil, to expel the embryo or fetus.
Planned Parenthood employs a regimen in which only a third of the recommended mifepristone is used, along with a large dose of misoprostil. This is considered sufficiently effective, as the misoprostil will expel the unborn human dead or alive.
The woman in this Daily Mail story is said to have killed her baby a week before full term, using misoprostil, which she bought online, to expel the baby. At the time of writing, no one knows the location of the baby’s corpse.
The NCAA has acted on the report from Louis Freeh, which outlines the role of Joe Paterno and other Penn State officials in covering up Coach Jerry Sandusky’s sexual abuse of boys.
With heretofore unheard of speed and severity, the NCAA has slapped the Penn State football team with a 60 million dollar fine, a collection of financially crippling sanctions, and redaction of Paterno’s wins since 1998. A former chairman of the committee on infractions has stated that the NCAA normally does not intervene in criminal matters involving college sports personnel.
Countless uninvolved parties will share in the burden and costs incurred by the actions of a select few individuals. Pharmer expects this 60 million dollar ruling to make the NCAA and many lawyers richer, while it makes students poorer.
Lawsuits by any affected parties, to appeal this ruling, are likely futile, because the University has admitted culpability and signed onto the consent decree of NCAA penalties with no objections and agreed that there would be no legal recourse.
Recent high profile cases of child sex slavery have led the British Parliament to an ‘urgent investigation’ of the UK Child Care system. A preliminary report declares the Child Care program to be unfit. Police estimate that 10,000 kids go missing each year, though the government reported only 930 cases last year.
A propensity for children to be housed in bad neighborhoods, far from home is leading to increased cases of runaways, and sexual abuse.
The report revealed that within the child protection system, “it is often acceptable for adults engage in sex with children as long as it is “consensual”.”
The Justice Department has just dropped a criminal human trafficking case against Global Horizons which involved accusations of exploiting 600 farm workers. Eight executives and associates, including CEO Mordechai Orian were charged.
Workers are said to have been lured to the U.S. from Thailand, with the promise of high wages, but instead detained in over crowded, poor housing with inadequate food. In some cases they were kept on the premises by guards.
After spending millions of dollars on the case, the Justice Department is dropping it on the basis that they feel there is inadequate evidence to prove guilt beyond the shadow of a doubt. Three of the eight defendants in the case pled guilty but will have an opportunity to retract their pleas.
The dismissal order states: “Based on this further investigation, the government has determined that dismissal of this matter is in the interest of justice.”
Last year, Federal prosecuters dropped a similar case against Aloun Farms in Hawaii after the lead prosecutor misstated the law while presenting to a grand jury. OOPS!
Planned Unparenthood is needing a new Billing Manager to work with their Obamacare team, assisting with the design of billing strategies. This person is to travel to various affiliates and assist them with their billing, and maximizing revenue.
This new employee might take the fall for fraud should there be an appropriate change in government. Without the protection of the democrats, Planned Unparenthood would likely be in deeper water, due to the 4 medicaid fraud lawsuits it is experiencing. The latest suit in Iowa is added to a case in California, and two separate suits against its big Gulf Coast Affiliate, in Texas. A normal government would be less likely to award tax dollars to an institution with entrenched practices of inappropriately billing medicaid for services.
Planned Parenthood should offer a handsome salary to a person who has to travel to extensively to the far flung affiliates and get his hands dirty with their questionable billing practices.