INSTAPUTZ: Rand Paul, Whiner.:
"I can't believe he actually said this
Rand Paul, the Tea Party's rising star from Kentucky who won the state's Senate primary this week, says criticism of his views on the Civil Rights Act and other pieces of anti-discrimination legislation are 'red herrings' and Democrats' attempt to 'trash' his campaign.
'When does my honeymoon period start? I had a big victory,' Paul told George Stephanopoulos on 'Good Morning America' today.
Also, Dr. Paul would appreciate if you kids would stop taking his lunch money."
Opposite of what they actually say. Per Norm:
Fact check: US border violence actually on the decline | Raw Story:
"But a new analysis by ABC News based on numbers alone suggests that the situation is almost the reverse of what its Republican critics allege.
Crime in US border towns is down. Tucson and Laredo, Texas have all reported a reduction in violent crime in the past year, while El Paso has one of the lowest violent crime rates of all American cities."
_______The people who pass financial consumer laws:
Ben Nelson is unfamiliar with ATM fees because he’s never used an ATM.
Good luck with that. Little too little.
Progressive Texas Board Of Education Candidates Promise To Undo Textbook Changes
We don't need no stinkin' facts.
The Plum Line - Who woulda thunk it: Fact-checking is popular!
I've had Siegel's dish described below and it is delish. Picture of it on page two of article.
Chefs Using Marijuana Create a New Kitchen Culture - NYTimes.com:
"Ron Siegel, who runs the Michelin-starred dining room at the Ritz-Carlton in San Francisco, said he’s grown past his partying days. But even he is having a little fun with haute stoner cuisine.
To serve slow-cooked quail eggs and caviar, he places them atop plastic film that tightly covers a white porcelain serving bowl. Then he fills the vessel with smoke from grated Japanese cedar packed into the bowl of a fan-driven bong he buys in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. The smoke escapes when the diner lifts a small spoon covering a hole in the plastic.
He calls it the Lincecum, after Tim Lincecum, the star pitcher for the San Francisco Giants who was arrested last fall after police found marijuana and a pipe in his car."