GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Alfred_E__NeumannYour Saturday selections:

A New York Woman was mugged midday in Central Park.   The Homeless have returned to public poop/pee/accosting in Times Square. (The last, GOP Mayor annoyed voters by removing such folk, (No compassion); the new, Democrat Mayor is annoying voters by not removing them.) That’s NYC!

The Federal Reserve said that young immigrant workers are taking jobs from American kids. (The bastards use unfair tactics: working harder and cheaper.) Intolerable!

Seattle:   The Mayor is offering a plan to help Sharia-compliant home buyers. (Moslems) As Sharia forbids loan interest, Hizzoner’s plan ought to be interesting …

Pension Funds: $1 Trillion shortfall in pension obligations is sinking US cities. (Never mind counties and states …) Why does government still pay pensions while private industry had to give them up for 401 (k) plans?

Tinnitus: sufferers enjoy lengthy relief from a new treatment. (Let’s hope it is available soon!)

Scotland’s haggis, the national dish, is banned in the US; that annoys UK officials and Scottish patriots. But the FDA doesn’t want Americans eating lung tissue, it seems. (You could substitute rubber gloves …)

Obamacare website investigators used fake applicant accounts to test the websites. Now, seems the websites are renewing their coverage for another year …

Immigrants: 1.24 million more will enter the US by the end of 2015, per the Census Bureau. (Hmnn … Which is best: They take a job from an American, or they collect benefits from Americans?)

Food stamp beneficiaries have exceeded 45 M for over 48 months. (Imagine: If the recession weren’t behind us!)

A Starbuck’s restroo m held a hidden camera, found by a woman’s 5 year old son. (Was she in his, or he in hers? Or being Starbucks, perhaps they share …)

Some are calling youngsters a Useless Generation: Too few work skills, bad work attitudes. (Survey) (Well, raised on dependency and entitlement … )

The teacher’s union endorsement of Hillary Clinton is under fire from  … teachers?

The US collects $16,451 per worker in taxes; but still runs $313 B deficit. (No worries; we’ll pay it later.)

Canada is heading down into recession. (Another small cloud on the horizon, no larger than a man’s hand …)

Chinese auto sales  have joined Russia/Argentina in the cellar. (Pay no attention; think about ISIS.)

A Chicago woman’s car was damaged by black youths who objected to white woman’s presence in their neighborhood. Dents, broken windows, frightened kids in the back seat. (She’s a white privileged racist, driving past a place her ilk oppresses, right?)

Uber drivers are being targeted by Los Angeles police. Federal labor rules may threaten Uber. (We don’t need no stinkin’ new growth business in America!)

The  Baltimore Mayor was the target of a large cup of water from a woman. (The water was colorless; we hope that the thrower was black …)

An  L.A. Federal building was caught wasting water, violating drought restrictions. A Federal official threatened to confiscate news cameras.

An Offended shopper called 911 over confederate merchandise on sale. (Likely votes, too.)

New Internet rules being proposed would outlaw anonymity on the Net. Everything done or said would be traceable to its author.

Poway, CA drought conscious citizens conserved so much water that the surplus had to be dumped as unpotable from heating in open storage; 500,000 plus gallons of it. (Fish and farmers deprived …)

Illegal kids: 128 per day caught at the border in May. (Ever wonder how many are nailed at the northern border?)

Will good doctors be there when you need them? (No, the government can’t afford to pay them.)

A naked woman was arrested in Philadelphia for stripping in an abandoned car on I – 95.

The CDC warned against kissing chickens.

Und Das ist Alles …

About Jack Curtis

Suspicious of government, doubtful of economics, fond of figure skating (but the off-ice part, not so much) Couple of degrees in government, a few medals in figure skating; just reading and suspicion for economics ...
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