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Most blond jokes are about women, but who said men can’t be blond too? Here are 3 killer jokes I found that put the shoe on the other foot, proving that it’s not about gender, or about being blond, it’s just about making funny jokes! 
 
There was an Irishman, a Mexican, and a blond guy who worked construction together. They were working on top of a building one day, and it was lunch time. The Irish man opens his lunch pail and he sees he has cabbage and beef, and he says, “If I get one more beef and cabbage for lunch I’m gonna jump off of this building!”
 

Then the Mexican opens his lunch pail and he gets a burrito, he says, ‘if I get one more burrito for lunch I’m gonna jump off this building!’ 

The blond man opens his lunch pail and gets a bologna sandwich. He says, ‘if I get one more bologna sandwich I’m gonna jump off of this building!’

The next day the Irish man opens his lunch pail and finds cabbage and beef so he jumps off the building to his death.

Then the Mexican opens hid lunch pail and finds a burrito so he jumps off the building to his death.

Then the blond guy opens his lunch pail and finds a bologna sandwich, so he jumps off to his death as well.

The next day at their funeral the Irish man’s wife said, “If I only knew he was sick of cabbage and beef I would have packed him something else.” Then the Mexican’s wife then said, ”If I only knew he didn’t like burritos, I would have packed something else.”

Finally, the blond man’s wife said, I don’t know what his problem was! He packed his own lunch!

Tomorrow Will Bring More of the Same Tired Excuses

Beyond the Cusp

First thing, we can guarantee you are, there will be more terrorist attacks, more supposed “lone wolves,” more mass shootings and more general mayhem and every time the immediate media response will be a combination of the following demands and explanations. There is that ever-present “call for calm by both sides.” Then there is the demand that “we not jump to any conclusions until more is known,” And one of our favorites, “We must not respond with Islamophobia,” whatever that is as we have yet to find it anywhere except for the warnings against it. Have you ever noticed there is no call to eradicate anti-Semitism after these attacks which almost always Jews are the victims and were targeted by people with obvious case of severe anti-Semitism. There will be demands that there be gun control and the ever present that the perpetrator has to be some gun nut, right…

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No Tolerance for Extremism

On the Sunday morning after the terrorist attacks in London the night of June 3, British Prime Minister Theresa May addressed the nation in a powerful speech. It deserves to be read in full, but several points stand out and call for a response.

We cannot and must not pretend that things can continue as they are. Things need to change and they need to change in four important ways.

First, while the recent attacks are not connected by common networks, they are connected in one important sense. They are bound together by the single evil ideology of Islamist extremism that preaches hatred, sows division and promotes sectarianism.

It is an ideology that claims our Western values of freedom, democracy and human rights are incompatible with the religion of Islam.

Lower down, she enhances that by saying:

Second, we cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed. Yet that is precisely what the internet, and the big companies that provide internet-based services provide.

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The Telegraph – Brexit Bulletin

Good evening.

When the Democratic Unionist Party’s ten MPs rocked up to Westminster after the election, one of them joked that they were “ going shopping”. Since then, we have learned how much they’re walking away with after their shopping spree: £1 billion of extra spending for Northern Ireland. Much of it – £400 million – is earmarked for infrastructure projects, £200 million for improvement of the health service and the rest will go on ultra-fast broadband, tackling deprivation, health and education pressures and mental health services.

Their £1bn haul works out at just over £550 for every person living  in Northern Ireland, and will be partially spent through city deals to avoid increasing the block grant and triggering more sums to be paid to Scotland, England and Wales. In exchange for the DUP’s support on the Queen’s Speech, the Budget, national security and Brexit legislation, the Tories will no longer down-grade the triple lock on pensions, nor will they means-test the winter fuel allowance (many Tory MPs like Grant Shapps will be happy to see this). Ministers will also allow the DUP to check and vet laws before they are put to Parliament.

Is the deal worth it? Philip Johnston is sceptical, pointing out that the DUP would have been loathe to help Jeremy Corbyn in any votes. “Mrs May now knows she will certainly win the Queen’s Speech vote on Thursday and has bought herself some time to stabilise her administration,” he writes. “But the voters who are paying for it may well conclude that the price is far too high.” David Cameron has weighed in to support his Downing Street successor, tweeting that “all” Conservatives should support her in her quest to deliver “the most stable govt possible” adding “today’s DUP deal helps that”. Ukip has also endorsed the deal, declaring that £1 billion is a “small price” to pay given the extra certainty it provides to Brexit.

After sealing the deal, confirming that she can command majority support in the Commons, Mrs May fleshed out her offer to EU migrants staying in Britain ahead of Brexit. Relatives of EU migrants will be given permanent residence in the UK as long as they join them before the day Britain leaves the EU, the Prime Minister announced. Spouses, children and even mothers and fathers will be guaranteed “settled status” even if they arrive after the cut-off date, as long as one family member was here before the cut-off date – which has still yet to be determined. This means many more EU migrants than the 3 million currently living in Britain could have the right to do so. Mrs May’s message on announcing her plans was “we want you to stay”, but the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier has called for ” more clarity” on her proposals – so this issue is not yet settled.

The DUP deal may not have been cheap for Theresa May, but it will be highly valuable for her over the course of the Brexit negotiations as it is a sign that her Government is not about to collapse overnight. “Brexit makes that all the more vital,” writes academic Tim Bale, “since it involves sending that message both to backbenchers who need to know that there will be no backsliding and EU member states who need to know they’re not wasting their time negotiating with a partner that might suddenly disappear.” The pound rose after the deal was confirmed, which suggests that the markets know as well that Mrs May isn’t going anywhere soon.

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Oliver Stone’s Response to Being Laughed at for Defending Putin: Blame the Jews

  1. When film director Oliver Stone could not come up with a plausible response to Stephen Colbert’s tough questions about why he gave a pass to Vladimir Putin for trying to influence the American presidential election, Stone resorted to an age-old bigotry: blame the Jews – or, in its current incarnation, shift the blame to the nation state of the Jewish people, Israel. Colbert was interviewing Stone about his new documentary, “The Putin Interviews” a film comprised of conversations he had with the Russian president over the past two years. The exchange regarding Israel did not make it to air but was relayed to the New York Post’s Page Six by a source who was in the audience.

    When pressed by Colbert about his apparent fondness of the Russian dictator, Stone replied: “Israel had far more involvement in the U.S. election than Russia.” He then said again, “Why don’t you ask me about that?” Colbert responded: “I’ll ask you about that when you make a documentary about Israel!”

    If Stone’s absurd response were not reflective of a growing anti-Semitism by the intolerant hard left (of which Stone is a charter member) it would be laughable. Indeed, Stone resorted to the “socialism of fools” (which is what German Social Democrat, August Bebel, coined anti-Semitism) precisely to save face because he was being mockingly laughed off stage by Colbert’s audience for giving Colbert ridiculous answers. Some of Stone’s bizarre pronouncements included:

    “I’m amazed at his [Putin’s] calmness, his courtesy…he never really said anything bad about anybody. He’s been through a lot. He’s been insulted and abused.” Stone also expressed his “respect” for Putin’s leadership. But no answer was more ridiculous than his bigoted claim that Israel did more to try to influence the election than Russia.Source:

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UK Haredi Elementary School Fails Government Inspection for Not Teaching About Sexual Orientation, Gender Reassignment

A haredi elementary school in London has failed an inspection for the third time because it does not teach students about sexual identity and gender reassignment surgery.

Vishnitz Girls School — which has over 200 students aged three to eight — was written up by the non-ministerial Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted) for lacking a curriculum on “developing respect and tolerance for those who may have protected characteristics as set out in the 2010 Equality Act,” which named nine  protected identities, including gender reassignment and sexual orientation.

The Oftsed report, released earlier this month, claimed that students were “shielded from learning about certain differences between people, such as sexual orientation,” which “restricts pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and does not promote equality of opportunity in ways that take account of differing lifestyles.”

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Channel-Crossing Crisis

According to an article in the Journal du Dimanche, France is the largest exporter of millionaires in the world. Over the last decade, it has consigned 60,000 of them to other countries in Europe, the United States, and elsewhere. London, in particular, has benefitted from the French exodus (and not only of millionaires); it is now one of the most populous Francophone cities in the world.

Exports of millionaires (and their millions) were especially strong in the years of François Hollande’s presidency, during which the current president, Emmanuel Macron, was Minister of the Economy for a time. The cause of the exodus was, of course, high taxation; France has some of the stupidest taxes in the world, including one on capital— economist Thomas Piketty’s favored solution to mankind’s problems.

As a hard-line opportunist, not necessarily the worst thing to be in politics, Macron may soon, like Sganarelle in Le Médecin malgré lui (he is said to be a great fan of Molière), change all that. Conceptually, this is easy to do; politically, it is not, thanks to years of anti-rich demagoguery. But Macron now has a strong hand, and if he succeeds, the flow from Paris to London could soon reverse, even become a flood.

Britain is on a knife’s edge, and anti-rich demagoguery is on the upsurge. The leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, could soon become prime minister, and he has already suggesting requisitioning property by government fiat for reasons of alleged social justice. Following the disastrous fire in Grenfell Tower, Corbyn proposed seizing the houses of wealthy foreigners (mostly Arabs and Russians) in order to house the survivors: a pandering to the worst instincts of the mob.

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