Pastor Manning sums up the president who can’t piss without getting us all wet.
Mojtaba Ahmadi is the latest casualty in Iran’s growing list of dead scientists. Whoever killed Iran’s nuclear physicists appears to have now targeted their cyber warfare chief. This is more thrilling than a James Bond movie! Because a) F*ck Iran, and b) Go Israel!
From Doug Ross:
I spent about an hour on the phone with Mare yesterday because she has been so ill and in/out of the hospital all week.
Several things struck me about her situation (which is dire), among them:
Her laptop is broken (it got terminally damaged during the 2 Million Bikers to DC rally)
Her phone/internet/tv will be disconnected Monday or Tuesday.
Her electricity will be shut off this week as well.
With a shout of “Let’s Moooo”, the FLOTUS has publicly embraced the latest exercise craze: Prancersize.
Warning: May be unsuitable for people and children.
Longtime readers will remember the name Jim Hlavac. He was iowntheworld’s adopted gay uncle for a short (mercifully) period of time. He has a hilarious article on American Thinker in which he woefully complains about an important – yet overlooked issue. What is it you may ask? The number of jihad-inspired attacks in the west? No. Infanticide? No. The compelling issue of our time, according to Jim, is the lack of a gay census. Click on the link if you enjoy laughing at a puling moron.
These color photos of life in Paris circa 1900 made me hate the French a little bit less. But only a little.
Two sisters, Tanisha and Tamaya Davis, were killed in Los Angeles by a suspected hit and run driver. The twin 31 year old victims were seen fighting in the street at the time of their deaths.
Who was fooling around all up in Father Donovan’s rectory? A pastor at a catholic church in Springfield, Illinois is currently on a leave of absence after he was forced to call 911 to request help getting out of handcuffs. A spokeswoman for the Diocese of Springfield, Kathie Sass, told the Illinois Times that Donovan’s request for a leave of absence was accepted by Bishop Thomas Paprocki not long after the incident.