Angry Lesbian that made up story of being stiffed for tip from family who actually did tip her, and then promised to give all donation proceeds to Wounded Warriors… Stiffs the wounded warriors…
Read More at FoxNews The lesbian waitress who claimed she received an anti-gay note in lieu of a tip promised to donate the subsequent gratuities that poured in to the Wounded Warrior Project — but the veterans organization reportedly can’t verify it had received any donations from Dayna Morales. Morales, a 22-year-old former Marine, claimed last month that a family of four who racked up a $93.55 bill at the Gallop Asian Bistro in Branchburg, N.J., left her no tip, only a note saying they couldn’t leave any extra cash for her service because they “do not agree with your lifestyle.” Morales quickly emailed the story to a gay advocacy website and later posted a photograph of the purported check on her Facebook page. The alleged incident made national headlines and resulted in thousands of dollars being donated to Morales, who said she would send all proceeds to the Wounded Warrior Project. But a representative of the Florida-based charity could not confirm Morales had made any donations as of Wednesday, Bridgewater Patch reports. A representative for the nonprofit group that caters to veterans returning from overseas checked for donations by Morales’ name and within the ZIP codes for Bridgewater, N.J., where she worked, and Bedminster, where Morales said she lives, and was unable to locate any correlating donations. The donations may have been made from a different ZIP code or by a third-party, the representative told the website.
When Beck asked whether the nation is facing more or fewer dangers than in the past, Bongino didn’t hesitate before responding: “I think it’s actually more dangerous — the irony being that as we’ve expanded our surveillance safety net and become a literal surveillance state – this isn’t a movie anymore, it’s very real.”
“It’s bureaucratic laziness at its worst,” he continued. “Instead of looking at common sense measures to combat a real threat going forward, we’re now blanket surveilling everyone, (who have) now become de facto criminals.”
Nelson Mandela, the prisoner-turned-president who reconciled South Africa after the end of apartheid, died on Thursday, December 5,
according to the country's president, Jacob Zuma. Mandela was 95.
Poll: 52% of Young Adults Want Obama Recalled, 57% Oppose ObamaCareA stunning new poll of young adults aged 18 to 29 shows that in large numbers, they have turned against President Obama and ObamaCare. Among the youngest in this group, those aged 18-24, a full 52% support a recall effort that would throw Obama out of office. The number is only a little better among 18-29 year-olds, 47%. Individual members of Congress actually fare a little better with 45% of Millennials favoring a recall. A majority do, however, favor recalling Congress as a whole. Since his reelection, Obama's overall approval with young adults has plummeted 11 points to just 41%; which puts it in line with the rest of the country. ObamaCare is even less popular with this group. Fifty-seven percent disapprove of ObamaCare, with only 38% approving. Read full story on breitbart.com
Senior White House officials said this week that approximately 126,000 Americans who thought they successfully navigated healthcare.gov and signed up for health insurance plans may not actually be enrolled in Obamacare, ABC News reported.
“I feel like this: My application was taken … by a bureaucrat, it was put on a conveyor belt and it’s still going around, and it’s never going to leave the building,” Bob Shlora of Alpharetta, Ga., who has been trying for weeks to enroll in a plan, told ABC.
“I’ve lost hope. If it happens, great,” he said, adding that his insurer said it had no official record of him enrolling in Obamacare.
Administration officials admitted that those who have managed to make it through the frustrating enrollment process may not actually be signed up for the plans they chose with their insurers — even though the Obamacare website says differently.
Washington (CNN) -- Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, one of Obamacare's architects and staunchest supporters, is also the only top congressional leader to exempt some of his staff from having to buy insurance through the law's new exchanges. Reid is the exception among the other top congressional leaders. GOP House Speaker John Boehner, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell have all directed their staffs to join the exchange, their aides said. Read more on CNN.com
ESPN, CBS, and Fox Sports 1 are reportedly in a bidding war to hire former Heisman Trophy winner and NFL quarterback Tim Tebow to be a college football analyst next year. According to a report in TheBigLead, ESPN’s SEC Network, CBS Sports, and Fox Sports 1 want Tebow as an in-studio analyst. ESPN's SEC network will launch in August, and the network will reportedly have an SEC version of the popular College GameDay program with Rece Davis and Paul Finebaum, often referred to as the voice of Alabama and Southern football. The network would want Tebow to be the show's Kirk Herbstreit to Davis's Chris Fowler and Finebaum's Lee Corso. Tebow, who has not played in the NFL since being released by the New England Patriots in the preseason, does generate ratings and buzz, and TheBigLead notes that ESPN's SEC network could use Tebow to ensure the new network gets picked up by cable providers. Fox Sports 1 and CBS Sports also want Tebow to improve their ratings. Read more on breitbart.com
A Florida judge has ordered several children in a homeschooling family into public school district classes based on the “gut reaction” of a court appointee in a divorce and custody case where homeschooling wasn’t even an issue. The ruling now is on appeal to the 3rd District Court of Appeals in the Florida court system, where arguments are mounting for the panel of justices to overturn the district court ruling. Names and ages of the children in the family are not being publicized by WND, but an attorney handling the case, Karen J. Haas, confirmed the basics. It was during a routine hearing in which the education of the children, who live with their mother, was not an issue, and was not expected to be subject to a court opinion. According to court records, “the father had not made education an issue before the hearing,” Suddenly, a guardian ad litem in the case – a court appointee assigned to look after the best interests of the children – said she had a “gut reaction” about homeschooling. “You know what, maybe the kids should have socialization with other kids and go to a small school,” she said, according to court records. The judge, whose name is being withheld because it could lead to the identification of the children, agreed. Read more.