Roundup

Perhaps it’s Time the USDA Stopped Giving Us Nutrition Advice?

Something funny happened at the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) last week. In an online newsletter to employees, published once a quarter, the advice dispensed was to embrace Meatless Mondays in USDA cafeterias

Is it possible — just possible — that part of the agency has outlived its usefulness? Maybe the beef industry can stand on its own. And is anyone going to argue that we’d be even more obese and out of shape as a country if not for the work of this agency?  Think of how much influence is bought and sold because of this agency.  Perhaps they should phase out and give the free market a chance.

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Obama keeps saying he has been quoted out of context, but the problem is that the larger the context you look at the more accurate the criticisms are.  Via A younger Obama considered his first employer, “the enemy”:

Obama was a low-level editor in Reference Services, working on reports describing economic conditions in various foreign countries. By all accounts, he disliked the work, not just because it was pedestrian and boring, but because it was in business.

“He calls it working for the enemy,” Obama’s mother, Ann, wrote after a phone conversation with her son, “because some of the reports are written for commercial firms that want to invest in [Third World] countries.”

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8 Ways Blacks Perpetuate Racism and the Only Way to Thwart It — “Morgan Freeman and Chris Rock are among the offenders.” — a great read.

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A good distinction that Pastor D.L. Foster noted on Facebook.  Keep this in mind the next time someone accuses you of judging (right after you point out that they are hypocrites for judging you for judging).

The bible tells us not to judge the wicked, but to warn them that their sins will draw the judgment of God. Warning and judging are not the same.

Warn: to give notice or bring attention to beforehand especially of danger to come

Judge: to pronounce sentence on another without the authority to do so.

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The President asks for a big round of applause for a king of gay p*rn.  He’ll do anything for those who give him money.

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The Colorado shooting tragedy could have been much less deadly if people had been armed.  There is a reason you probably haven’t heard about this shooting, where the number of dead was much lower.  Why?  Because a woman there was armed.

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