"We used to have adults who set standards, moral standards, cultural standards, legal standards. They were better than we were. They gave us something to aspire to. They were people that we described as having dignity and character. That's all gone now, particularly the upper levels of the Democrat Party. There isn't any of that kind of decency, dignity, character, morality."
1 pound pork sausage (spicy is also an option)
1 block of cream cheese
1 1/2 cups of sharp Cheddar cheese
1 1/2 cups Bisquick
Mix the cream cheese and sausage together, mixer is nice but can be done by hand.
Add in the Bisquick and Cheddar cheese will be fairly sticky consistancy.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Roll balls into golf ball size and space about 1 inch apart on parchment paper
Cook for 25 minutes until golden brown
Let them sit about five minutes before inhaling😁
Senate anti-Trump GOP see Haley as best hope to avoid disaster
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- A stabbing at Macy's in Philadelphia left a security guard dead and another injured, interim police commissioner John Stanford said Monday. It happened at the department store in the 1300 block of Market Street in Center City.
Stanford said the incident began around 10:45 a.m. when a man allegedly attempted to steal multiple hats from the store.
The man was stopped by security, and after a confrontation,Stanford claimed the security guards got the merchandise back.
The man was allowed to leave but returned about 15 minutes later, Stanford said.
According to Stanford, the man came back to the store and headed toward one of the security guards. The man then ran toward a second security guard with a knife out and began to stab the guard.
Stanford said the other guard attempted to save his coworker and suffered several slash/stab wounds.
Harvard alums are making $1 donations in a symbolic protest of school leadership’s ‘moral failures’ in handling anti-Israel protests
‘Progressive’ ideologues vs big bucks.
Both guards were rushed to Jefferson Hospital, where one of the guards -- age 30 -- later died. The other guard, a 23-year-old, was stabbed in his face and left arm, police said.
The suspect fled on the Market-Frankford Line and was later arrested at SEPTA's Somerset Station, police said. The man's name has not yet been released.
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American taxpayers footed the bill for the trip.
Rhodes was the obvious choice to represent the United States at the commie dictator's funeral due to his role as "principal interlocutor with the Cuban government" during the Obama administration, according to then-White House press secretary Josh Earnest, who also defended the Rhodes-led initiative to reward the Iranian government with hundreds of millions of dollars that it could then use to fund terrorist groups such as Hamas.
Say what you will about the climate cultists out there (no, seriously — say whatever you like!), but these tie-dyed-hards are rather entrenched with their positions. At this point, I do not even believe many of them believe their narratives, but the job security and power-grabbing tendencies are too much to relinquish.
The truth? These people are being ignored with a growing frequency, and they are losing their grip on their cherished topic.
This springs up from a posting by Axios climate reporter Andrew Freedman. He attempts to defend the high-minded set of this planet who are incurring a rash of criticism over their noble desire to save the planet from ourselves.
A student group at Columbia University will host an event on the "significance of the Oct. 7 Palestinian counteroffensive" in the latest instance of college students endorsing Hamas's violent attacks.
"We will discuss the significance of the Palestinian counteroffensive on Oct. 7 and the centrality of revolutionary violence to anti-imperialism," Columbia Social Workers 4 Palestine advertised Sunday on X, formerly Twitter. "See y’all there!"
Westchester County executive George Latimer filed paperwork Monday to launch a primary campaign against Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D., N.Y.), who has faced intense criticism from Jewish leaders in his district over his hostile stance toward Israel.
Longtime AV company owner now turned tech guy at large retirement community. Love God, my family, my country and conservatism.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.