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Federal judge in Texas strikes down Affordable Care Act

https://www.cnn.com/2018/12/14/politics/texas-aca-lawsuit/index.html

But then, we already knew that

I must be missing something

A wall will not work, but a fence will......

What's for lunch at the game?

Mold in ice machines at six stands at Miller Park in Milwaukee. A cockroach crawling over a soda dispenser in a private club at Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh. Food service workers repeatedly ignoring orders to wash their hands at a stand at Detroit's Ford Field.

Sports fans don't always see such health threats when ordering a $5 hot dog and $6 beer at a professional sports stadium or arena. But the violations catch the eyes of inspectors who poke, prod and probe stadium kitchens that dish out a range of foods from burgers to sushi, for tens of millions of fans who eat at major professional sports venues from coast to coast each year.
ESPN's "Outside the Lines" reviewed health department inspection reports for food and beverage outlets at all 107 North American arenas and stadiums that were home to Major League Baseball, National Football League, National Hockey League and National Basketball Association teams in 2009. At 30 of the venues (28 percent), more than half of the concession stands or restaurants had been cited for at least one "critical" or "major" health violation. Such violations pose a risk for foodborne illnesses that can make someone sick, or, in extreme cases, become fatal.

" tells consumers that they should be very concerned about some of the food that they are eating and purchasing in a lot of these stadiums," said Chris Waldrop, director of the Food Policy Institute at the Consumer Federation of America, a Washington, D.C., nonprofit organization that lobbies for stronger food safety laws.


www.espn.com/espn/eticket/story?page=100725/stadiumconcessions

ANOTHER TRUMP PROMISE FULFILLED: First Time In 75 Years AMERICA Is Worlds Largest Producer Of Oil

America first. Not Saudi Arabia…not Russia…but America.
Only six months into his presidency, Trump gave a speech at the Department of Energy, where he explained his plan to make The United States energy independent.“Our country is blessed with extraordinary energy abundance” Trump told reporters, while touting his plan for energy independence. Trump expressed his excitement for the new jobs his energy plan would create for American workers, “These energy exports will create countless jobs for our people, and provide true energy security.”

President Trump explained how he would strip the constraints imposed by the Obama regime on energy development “For the past eight years, the federal government imposed massive job killing barriers to American energy development. Since my very first day in office, I have been moving at record pace to cancel these regulations and to eliminate the barriers to domestic energy production—like never before” Trump said.

Now, only 18 months later, Trump’s promise of energy independence has been fulfilled.
According to the Daily Wire, for the first time in 75 years, the United States exported more oil than it imported, carrying out a pledge from President Trump that America can achieve “energy independence.”

While the U.S. has been a net oil importer since 1949, over the final week of November, U.S. net imports of crude oil and petroleum products fell to minus 211,000 barrels per day (bpd) — which means America exported more than it imported, according to data from U.S. Energy Information and Administration.

Oil production has been booming in the U.S. as the shale revolution swept the nation. America is now the world’s largest producer of petroleum, passing Russia and Saudi Arabia. As the U.S. oil boom spread, the power of OPEC was reduced and gas prices in the U.S. have dropped from the $4+ highs under former president Barack Obama

https://100percentfedup.com/another-trump-promise-fulfilled-first-time-in-75-yearsamerica-is-worlds-largest-producer-of-oil/

Lets talk about bone spurs

On September 17, 1968 - Trump's 1-Y classification came a month after Trump underwent an “Armed Forces Physical Examination,” according to Selective Service records, which note the results of the exam as “DISQ.” While the military records do not further detail why Trump was granted the 1-Y deferment, a 1992 biography of the businessman by journalist Wayne Barrett reported that Trump received a medical deferment following the September 17, 1968 exam. He was diagnosed with bone spurs in his heels.

1968, October 15 - Three months later, on October 15, his classification was switched to 1-Y, which was given to men deemed qualified for military service “only in time of national emergency.”

People that hate Trump seem to hold Trumps bone spurs against him like a personal grudge. Did Trump have them surgically implanted in his feet?

Since when do these people think the military accepted people that needed surgery?......oh wait......(on feet, I mean)

During WWII, my father was turned down by the military because he was diagnosed during a military medical examination as having high arches. It makes sense. A soldier's feet are perhaps his most important physical asset. I'm no podiatrist, but it seems to me bone spurs are a lot more important to a soldier's physical being than high arches.

It turns out, my father wanted to join so badly (everybody did then) he weaseled his way in anyway. He would never tell us how he did it though.


They say the grass is always greener

Well, the green is fading away

http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/american-entrepreneurs-who-flocked-to-china-are-heading-home-disillusioned/ar-BBQDgZE?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=SNYDHP

Tired of throwing away moldy bread?

Try this; Instead of tying the end of the wrapper air tight, leave a little slack so that a small amount of air can pass into and out of the wrapper, yet maintain the bread's freshness.

Sometimes moist air with a higher dewpoint can condense inside the loaf wrapper when trapped air becomes cooled below that point. It is the presence of water that causes mold. Allowing the trapped moisture to escape when the temperature cools can extend the useful life of the loaf.

Well, I'll be

As the pallbearers carried Bush's flag-draped coffin past them, Obama actually placed his hand over his heart in salute to the flag. (So did Twitchy)

Good for them.

(of course, everybody else did too)

Trump just entered the church at Bush's wake

I can't wait to hear how the Leftist media will try to slander him.

I don't get it. Macron is just trying to save the planet. Why all the push back?

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