Friday, November 29, 2013

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Video: the “offensive” Daniel Defense Super Bowl ad banned by the NFL


An image apparently too controversial for the National Football League.
A violent image apparently too controversial for the National Football League.
Guns & Ammo is reporting that the National Football League is refusing to air a Super Bowl commercial emphasizing personal responsibility, family security, and fundamental rights. The 62-second ad features no firearms, and Daniel Defense was willing to swap out the company’s rifle logo at the end of the ad with an American flag.
Though the ad complies will all league rules and regulations, the league considers the ad to be too offensive to air.
Apparently, this is too offensive for the NFL.
I’d like to ask the NFL: which specific part of the ad is objectionable?
Is it the language?

Father: It’s been a long road getting here, and a lot has changed since I got back.
Now this is the center of my world, and my family’s safety is my highest priority.
I am responsible for their protection, and no one has the right to tell me how to defend them.
…so I’ve chosen the most effective tool for the job.
Announcer: Daniel Defense. Defending your nation. Defending your home.
I can find nothing objectionable in language of the father in the commercial, who echos the language of the Founding Fathers themselves. Nor is it objectionable to note than Daniel Defense manufactures products use by both the nation’s military and private citizens in home defense, unless the National Football League intends to ban all ads from various branches of the the United States military, and those of private security services and alarm companies.
There is nothing objectionable in the video imagery of a man coming home to hug his wife and child, unless the NFL finds it offensive that a Marine Corps veteran is successful, has a beautiful wife and baby, a recent model vehicle, and a nice home.
There is nothing objectionable in a message of personal responsibility and the defense of those whom we hold most dear… unless the NFL is repulsed by the idea of personal responsibility and defending our most basic human rights.
I know not what route others may take, but I can live a long and happy life without watching another National Football League game where spoiled millionaires play a game to make spoiled billionaires even more rich.
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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

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Taking the kids -- princess power



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Disney princesses Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora and Belle share a royal moment at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif. (2006 Disney Enterprises)
Who cares if it's hot?
Certainly a pint-sized princess doesn't when she's busy getting bejeweled and bedazzled.
Despite the Southern California summer heat, 4-year-old McKenzie Reyes was all smiles, decked out in the sumptuous long-sleeved, floor-length green Princess Merida dress, a tiara in her hair and sparkles on her fingernails. Princess Merida, for the uninitiated, is the newest Disney princess, the central character in the summer movie "Brave," which is set in Scotland
This had been McKenzie's third visit to Disneyland's busy Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and she had a princess dress to show for each visit. Every chair was taken with young princesses-in-waiting, as obliging fairy godmothers worked their magic on hair, nails and faces. "It's worth the money to make her feel so special," said Patrick Reyes, who is from San Francisco.
"Having a fairy godmother make you into a princess, that's as real as it gets," said Jill Sodini, visiting Walt Disney World for the first time and watching the transformation of her two young daughters at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique there. "You can't put a price on it."
Actually, you can -- well over a hundred dollars by the time you figure in the dress, the wand, the shoes and the makeover. That doesn't seem to deter any young princesses or their parents who book reservations far in advance at Disneyland, on the new Fantasy ship, and in two locales at Walt Disney World.
When I visited Disneyland earlier this summer, moms and dads were busy filming the princess transformation on their iPads and smartphones. "It never gets old for them" said manager Joanna Pisanski
Power to the princesses! Whether here at Disneyland, at the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Fla., or on Disney Cruise Line's newest ship, it seemed every 4- to 6-year-old was decked out as their favorite Disney princess -- Belle and Tiana, Snow White and Cinderella and now Merida. Young celebs too. Suri Cruise, 6, was widely photographed dressed as Belle and Cinderella during her recent visit to Disney World.
A reservation for a meal with the princesses at Cinderella's Royal Table at Disney World is one of the hardest reservations in the entire park to get with families making bookings up to six months in advance. (TIP: It's easier to get a reservation for breakfast with the princesses at Epcot's castle-like Akershus Royal Banquet Hall.)
Parents, young princesses in tow, wait in long lines for a hug, an autograph and a photo opp. Next year, a new Princess Fairytale Hall is scheduled to open at the Magic Kingdom.
But it's not only little girls who want to be princesses. Consider the blockbuster wedding business Disney does. "You're never too old to be a princess," said 10-year-old Bronlyn McDonough, admiring her reflection after her princess do-over aboard Disney's cruise ship, Fantasy.
No wonder Disney is nearly doubling the size of Fantasyland in Orlando's Magic Kingdom to include Storybook Circus, which is already open with new rides and Fantasyland Forest, scheduled to open this December with a new Journey of the Little Mermaid attraction, a huge Be Our Guest restaurant, complete with a ballroom, and at Belle's cottage, a magical mirror that transport's guests to Beast's library where Belle and Lumiere will be waiting.
Princesses can even go to bed royally at the Port Orleans Resort, which offers ornate headboards that light up, special "royal" fixtures on the sinks and magic footstools. (The back-story: Princess Tiana invited some of her royal BFFs to a vacation getaway.) It won't bust the budget either with royal rooms under $200 a night. Little Mermaid rooms at Disney's newest resort, The Art of Animation, are scheduled to open next month.)
If your little princesses are clamoring for the chance to meet and mingle with their idols, fall is a great time to visit Orlando or Southern California. The crowds are gone, it's cooler and there are great deals. There's also plenty new to see. (Check out what I wrote about the new Cars Land at Disney Land.) At Fantasyland young kids will love the new Barnstormer Coaster and the Splash 'N' Soak play area at Storybook Circus while SeaWorld touts the one-of-a-kind Turtle Trek. (Here's what I said about Turtle Trek), LEGOLAND Florida has a new water park and Universal Orlando has a new 3-D ride Despicable Me Minion Mayhem.
Here are five of the latest deals:
-- In the military? There are special tickets for U.S. military personnel and their families at Walt Disney Resort and Disneyland. At Disney World, four-day park hopper tickets are just $156 plus tax -- less than half regular price -- and three-day tickets at Disneyland are $125 each. There are also room deals available.
-- A family of four can stay for three nights and play at the Disneyland Resort for four days starting at under $1,600.
-- Book a week's stay at Disney World this fall and get a Free Dining Plan starting Sept. 30 -- a total package starting at under $2,500.
-- Use Promo Code ORLANDODEALS100 to save $100 on a Travelocity vacation package that includes flight and hotel.
-- Get a free night and day at Universal Orlando Resort or a free all-day dining voucher with a single-day admission to SeaWorld Orlando.
At Disneyland, meanwhile, 5-year-old Kylie Meza, dressed in a brand-new Merida dress, only had eyes for Disney's newest princess, as she waited for the requisite hug and autograph. Her closet is packed with princess dresses -- Belle, Cinderella, Snow White -- and her room piled with princess dolls. "It's kind of scary," her mom Monica Reza said, but she doesn't regret one purchase. She credits princess power with helping Kylie through cancer treatment.
Kylie is in remission and feeling fine, her mom said, so her family now has annual passes which they use often to see the princesses. "We just want to keep the happiness alive," Monica said.
And who can argue with that?
(Look for Eileen's new "Kid's Guide to Orlando" out later this fall from Globe Pequot and read more of her Trip Diaries about her recent visit to Disneyland at www.takingthekids.com and also follow "taking the kids" on www.twitter.com, where Eileen Ogintz welcomes your questions and comments.)
Eileen Ogintz is a nationally syndicated columnist and creator of TakingtheKids.com. Her new  Kids Guide to Boston is available online and from major booksellers, along with the Kids Guides to NYC, Washington, DC, Orlando,  LA and Chicago. Coming  later this year: San Diego, San Francisco and Denver.
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Monday, November 25, 2013

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Friday, November 22, 2013

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Ashton Kutcher vs. Wal-Mart: Epic Twitter clash rages over poverty wages

Kutcher slams retailer: “You should be proud of your associates but I’m not sure if they should be proud of you”


Ashton Kutcher vs. Wal-Mart: Epic Twitter clash rages over poverty wagesAshton Kutcher (Credit: AP/Dan Hallman)
Celebrity actor/producer Ashton Kutcher and retail giant Wal-Mart had a spirited Twitter debate Tuesday over Wal-Mart workers’ wages.
Kutcher (@aplusk) kicked off the dust-up by tweeting about the news that an Ohio Wal-Mart took up an employee-to-employee food charity collection “so Associates in Need can enjoy Thanksgiving dinner.”  He wrote, “Walmart is your profit margin so important you can’t Pay Your Employees enough to be above the poverty line?”
Fourteen minutes later, the company’s @WalmartNewsroom account, echoing its replies to others on the topic, tweeted back at Kutcher, “It’s unfortunate that an act of human kindness has been taken so out of context. We’re proud of our associates in Canton.” After 10 minutes, Kutcher shot back, “you should be proud of your associates but I’m not sure if they should be proud of you.”
Wal-Mart then offered Kutcher a video on “Opportunity and Benefits at Walmart,” saying, “We know you believe in opportunity like we do & we’d love to talk to you more about it.”
Kutcher quickly countered, “you had 17 billion in profits last year. You’re a 260 billion$ company. What are we missing?”
That set off a trio of tweets from Wal-Mart, starting with, “We think you’re missing a few things,” and then touting that “The majority of our workforce is full-time and makes more than $25,000/year”; that “about 75% of our store management teams started as hourly associates”; and that “every year, we promote about 160,000 people…”
Kutcher told Wal-Mart the company “does a lot of great things but it needs to be a leader on this issue as well.” In its final tweet to Kutcher – so far — Wal-Mart answered, “We know we can always get better as a company. This year we’ve made providing more opportunities for our associates a top priority.”
Kutcher returned to the topic an hour later, linking a blog post on a study estimating the cost of Wal-Mart workers’ use of public assistance, and saying “Walmart should be the leaders not the low water mark.”












Cruz: Democrats Want to Pack D.C. Court To Save Obamacare

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By Drew MacKenzie

 
The White House is trying to save Obamacare by packing the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., with judges who will rubber stamp its "lawless behavior," Texas Sen. Ted Cruz says.

Senate Democrats, according to Cruz, enacted "the nuclear option" to prevent filibusters against appellate court nominees in order to make it difficult for Republicans to repeal the disastrous Affordable Care Act, Obama's signature healthcare legislation, The Hill reported.

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"The heart of this action is directed at packing the D.C. Circuit (court) because that is the court that will review the lawless behavior of the Obama administration implementing Obamacare," said Cruz, a leading force in the government shutdown last month in a confrontation over the Affordable Care Act.

"President Obama and the administration refuse to follow the plain text of the law, and the D.C. Circuit is the court of appeals that has been holding the administration accountable."

Cruz said the change in the filibuster rule, passed by the Senate on Thursday, was designed purely "to pack that court with judges that they believe will be a rubber stamp" to Democratic policy.

The D.C. court has a quota of 11 seats. Three have been vacant. Of the current judges, four were appointed by Republican presidents and four by Democrats.

Obama has nominated Patricia Millett, Nina Pillard, and Robert Wilkins, but their nominations were being filibustered by Republicans who worried a shifting balance of power.

The court is particularly important because it deals with decisions made by federal agencies and the White House, reports The Washington Post.

Cruz was echoing the sentiments of numerous Republicans, including Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah, who told Newsmax that the real reason for the "dangerous" ploy was "to create a controversy so they can escape criticism for Obamacare, which is wrecking the country."

Hatch claimed that Obama will use the D.C. court to pass legislation that he can't get through Congress.

Sen. Dan Coats of Indiana said that the "nuclear option" was intended by Democrats as a "distraction" from the failed launch of the Affordable Care Act and its website HealthCare.gov.

Wyoming Republican Sen. John Barrasso, chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee, declared that the fate of Obamacare may rest in the hands of the D.C. court.

"Lawsuits affecting the healthcare law will go through this court, and if the president is able to pack this court, it’s his effort to try to defend a law the American people don’t like and believe they can’t afford," he said.

Meanwhile, during an appearance on Bloomberg TV Thursday, Cruz suggested that he might use the expected budget crisis in January as a means of having the healthcare law repealed.

"There will be plenty of time to worry about the specific text," he said of the possibility of linking budget legislation to the removal of the Affordable Care Act.

"What I think is critical is that we keep focus on Obamacare and on fixing things. I think what we need to do is repeal in its entirety. I don’t know (if I can do that in January). I hope so."

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Veteran House Democratic aides are sick over the insurance prices they’ll pay under Obamacare, and they’re scrambling to find a cure. “In a shock to the system, the older staff in my office (folks over 59) have now found out their personal health insurance costs (even with the government contribution) have gone up 3-4 times what they were paying before,” Minh Ta, chief of staff to Rep. Gwen Moore (D-Wis.), wrote to fellow Democratic chiefs of staff in an email message obtained by POLITICO. “Simply unacceptable.” In the email, Ta noted that older congressional staffs may leave their jobs because of the change to their health insurance. Under the Affordable Care Act, and federal regulations, many congressional staffers — designated as “official” aides — were forced to move out of the old heavily subsidized Federal Employees Health Benefits program and into the District of Columbia’s health insurance marketplace exchange. Others designated as “unofficial” were allowed to stay in the FEHB program.

Welcome to the Obamacare party, people who helped their bosses foist this monstrosity upon an unwilling public. Many of these legislative aides are now saddled with much higher -- "unacceptable!" -- health costs, now that they're fending for themselves on DC's Obamacare exchange. There's a reason why poll after poll shows the president and his healthcare law plummeting to new lows; it's somewhat comforting to know that at least some people on Capitol Hill aren't insulated from the fallout. That said, it is most unfortunate that Republican staffers are living through the same tribulations thanks to a law they've fought tooth-and-nail from day one. Beyond the spiking costs for individuals and families, taxpayers are on the hook for an avalanche of new government spending because of Obamacare. One item on that list is the cost of fixing the broken websites, which had already cost $1.6 billion by the launch date ($600 billion for Healthcare.gov, and more than $1 billion for the state exchanges). Since 30 to 40 percent of the federal site is still being built, with massive repair efforts underway across the country, that price tag will swell immensely. Government experts can't say how much it will cost just yet, but outside observers are confident it will be a lot:



Technology experts say healing what ails the Healthcare.gov website will be a tougher task than the Obama administration acknowledges. "It's going to cost a lot of tax dollars to get this done," says Bill Curtis, senior vice president and chief scientist at CAST, a French software analysis company with offices in the U.S. Curtis says programmers and systems analysts start fixing troubled websites by addressing the glitches they can see. But based on his analysis of the site, he believes the ongoing repairs are likely to reveal even deeper problems, making it tough to predict when all the site's issues will be resolved.

In an interesting twist, one of the few elements of Healthcare.gov that was not catastrophically broken was the so-called "anonymous shopper" browsing function, wherein potential consumers could check and compare rates. Obamacare's IT chief testified under oath that this element of the website was scrapped because it failed so terribly in testing that they couldn't in good conscience roll it out to the public (this is the same guy who admitted that at least one-third of the web system still isn't built). But a CNN exclusive reveals that the "anonymous shopper" function actually passed its pre-launch test, raising questions about whether Henry Chao committed perjury. If this portion of the Obamacare web experience was working fine technologically, why would they jettison it? It's pretty simple, really -- sticker shock, and pure politics:



The laws’ supporters and enforcers don’t want you to know that, because it would violate the President’s incessantly repeated promise that nothing would change for the people that Obamacare doesn’t directly help. If you shop for Obamacare-based coverage without knowing if you qualify for subsidies, you might be discouraged by the law’s steep costs. So, by analyzing your income first, if you qualify for heavy subsidies, the website can advertise those subsidies to you instead of just hitting you with Obamacare’s steep premiums.

The premium and out-of-pocket costs were going to look so steep, the administration chose to hide those numbers from the public until after people had logged on and gotten a sense of how much taxpayer assistance they'd receive to help pay for the costly coverage. They tossed out one of the few working elements of their website rollout to spare themselves the humiliation of another major broken promise, then lied about it to Congress. 


Jim did you hear about the Obama administration scandal?, Jim: "You mean the Mexican gun running?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "You mean SEAL Team 6?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Obama saying the avg family would save $2,500 on their premiums?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Forcing businesses to violate their religious beliefs by paying for drugs that abort the unborn?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Violating the rights and sanctity of our Churches?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Spending $634 million on a website that doesn't work?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Obama calling for an increase in our debt when he lambasted Bush for the very same thing?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Obama having NSA spy on 124 Billion Phone Calls in One Month?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Saddling our kids with $17 trillion in debt of which they can
never get out of and will not have as good a life as we have?"
Bob: "No, the other one." Jim: "Bailing out Detroit after decades of corrupt Democratic management?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "You mean the State Dept. lying about Benghazi?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "You mean voter fraud?"
Bob: "No, the other one." Jim: "Intentionally trying to hurt Americans during the sequester?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Blocking veterans who secured our freedoms from their monuments
but giving the green light for Illegals to use Monument Mall?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Denying school kids the ability to tour the White House but still spending lavishly on his parties?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "You mean Obama saying we can keep our insurance and doctors if we wanted to?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "You mean the military not getting their votes counted?" Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "The NSA monitoring foreign diplomats?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "You mean the use of drones in our own country without the benefit of the law?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Giving 123 Technologies $300 Million and right after it declared bankruptcy and was sold to the Chinese?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "You mean the president arming the Muslim Brotherhood?"
Bob: "No the other one:.
Jim: "The IRS targeting conservatives?"
Bob: "No, the other one Jim: "The DOJ spying on the press?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Sebelius shaking down health insurance executives?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "You mean Obama spending $3.7 Trillion on Welfare Over Last 5 Years"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Giving SOLYNDRA $500 MILLION DOLLARS and 3 months later they declared bankruptcy and then the Chinese bought it?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "The NSA monitoring our phone calls, emails and everything else?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Millions of Americans losing their health care coverage?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Forcing Americans to include coverage in their insurance policies of items they do not want?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Ordering the release of nearly 10,000 illegal immigrants from jails and prisons, and falsely blaming the sequester?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Denying Arizona the right to protect its borders?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Providing weapons to Syrian rebels many of whom apparently are Al Queda"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "The president's repeated violation of the law requiring him to submit a budget no later than the first Monday in February?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "The 2012 vote where 115% of all registered voters in some counties voted 100% for Obama?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "The president's unconstitutional recess appointments in an attempt to circumvent the Senate's advise-and-consent role?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "The State Department interfering with an Inspector General investigation on departmental sexual misconduct?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "Clinton, the IRS, Clapper and Holder all lying to Congress?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "The President using nearly $1 trillion dollars of stimulus money to fund his cronies?"
Bob: "No, the other one"
Jim: "You mean Fast & Furious?"
Bob: "No, the other one."
Jim: "I give up! ... Oh wait, I think I got it! You mean that 65 million
low-information voters who don't pay taxes and get free stuff from
taxpayers and stuck us again with the most pandering, corrupt
administration in American history?"



 


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Thursday, November 21, 2013

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2015 Obamacare Open Enrollment Delayed



Congress Health Care Confusion
It turns out Obamacare open enrollment will be delayed after all — but not this year.
FOX News Radio’s Mike Majchrowitz explains from the White House:
It won’t delay or extend this year’s open enrollment but the administration now says it will delay by a month next year’s enrollment. They say that will allow insurance companies to better evaluate their first year experience before they set the 2015 rates. But Wyoming Republican Senator John Barrasso sees next year’s mid-term elections as a more likely reason.
(Barrasso) “They’ve moved the date from a couple of weeks before the election until a couple of weeks after the election.”
Dr. Barrasso says that will keep Americans from seeing the rates until after the election. 
Meantime, California has rejected President Obama’s offer to let policies being cancelled due to Obamacare be renewed for one additional year.
At the White House, Mike Majchrowitz, http://www.foxnews.com at FOX News Radio.


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