While Working For Obama, Susan Rice’s Net Worth More Than Doubled ($20 to $50 MIL)

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Jul 312017
 

THIS NEEDS TO BE INVESTIGATED BY THE DOJ! – While working for Obama, Susan Rice’s Net Worth More than doubled ($20 million to $50 million) On a yearly salary of $174 thousand.

While Working For Obama Susan Rice's Net Worth More Than Doubled ($20 to $50 MIL)

A United Nations diplomat doesn’t seem to be a likely candidate for Lifestyles of the Super Rich. However, Susan Rice worked under the Obama Administration, so anything is possible.

 
In 2012 The Washington Post noted Rice wasn’t the typical diplomat. Her net worth hovered just above 20 million dollars. Now just five years later that figure has more than doubled. Inquiring minds wonder how it’s possible.

Did she win the lottery? Or maybe she inherited a fortune from her long lost uncle? We can’t say, but what we do know is government paychecks don’t produce that kind of wealth.

Actually, the truth should shock Obama lovers.

 
Remember the official energy policy of the Obama administration? Creating new “clean energy” jobs and technologies, making America more energy independent, and reducing carbon emissions. Susan Rice didn’t get the memo.

The Conservative website, PACIFIC PUNDIT, says:

Funny how leftists, who hate the rich never utter a word about Susan Rice’s net worth. Not only is Susan Rice worth so much money, but she has significant investments in over a dozen Canadian oil companies. She even has a conflict of interest with her ownership stake in TransCanada, you know that Keystone XL pipeline that Obama nixed? Remember during the campaign how ‘bad’ it was to have investments out of the United States?

Rice also stands to profit big if the Keystone XL pipeline is ever approved…

 

While Rice was busy unmasking officials and trying to sabotage the current administration, she made more money in oil than the Beverly Hillbillies.

 

Meanwhile, Leftists gleefully celebrated the demise of Donald Trump’s fortune. ☪NN reported Trump’s demise as follows:

President Donald Trump is the nation’s first billionaire president — but he’s not as rich as he used to be, according to the Forbes 2017 Billionaires List published Monday.

The magazine put his net worth at $3.5 billion, down $1 billion from the rankings it issued a year ago.

As a result, his position on the Forbes’ ranking dropped 220 spots, leaving him tied with 19 others as the 544th richest person in the world.

Forbes said that much of the decline in Trump’s net worth is due to softness in the midtown Manhattan real estate market.

Here is what the New York Post wrote of Trump’s wealth during the campaign:

Fortune’s May 1 issue has a cover story on Donald Trump, saying his net worth is $3.72 billion — far below the $10 billion that he claims.

It’s also below the $4.5 billion that Forbes said he was worth in October — and just above the lower-water estimate of $2.9 billion from Bloomberg Politics.

Each time Trump lost money, the Left celebrated. But Rice benefited from her government job and nobody even notices that she was completely incompetent.

 
 
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How To Of The Day: How To Break A Rack In Pool

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Jul 312017
 

How To Of The Day: How To Break A Rack In Pool

From the rough-and-tumble tables in biker taverns to the low-key games set up at family-friendly pizza joints, pool is a game accessible to just about anyone, regardless of skill level. For most amateur players, the most intimidating part of the game comes at the very beginning, when one player is required to break the rack, which begins with racking the balls well in the first place.

Racking the balls simply means placing them in the frame so that they are all touching each other. If the balls aren’t touching, they won’t break apart correctly, which can disadvantage the player who breaks. Breaking the rack sets up the beginning of the game, and if done correctly, can offer a significant advantage to the player who gets to break. Whenever breaking, always try to use the lightest stick available and make sure to chalk the tip well before you hit your shot.

Illustrated by Ted Slampyak

Source…

 

12-Year-Old Wows With Cover Of Tim McGraw’s ‘Humble And Kind’

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Jul 312017
 

Jake wowed the crowd on ‘The Voice Kids UK’ by performing McGraw’s soft single as a power ballad.

12-Year-Old Wows With Cover Of Tim McGraw’s ‘Humble And Kind’

Jake, A 12-year-old aspiring musician, on The Voice Kids UK, wowed the crowd by covering Tim McGraw’s hit single “Humble and Kind.”

The young artist turns the previously understated tune into a powerful ballad, while only accompanying himself on an acoustic guitar. Jake might only be 12 years old, but the emotion he pumped into his performance makes him seem far wiser and older.

Watch the video below.

 
 

Random Riddle: 8 Letter Word

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Jul 312017
 
What 8 letter word can have a letter taken away and it still makes a word. Take another letter away and it still makes a word. Keep on doing that until you have one letter left.

What is the word?
 

Random Riddle: 8 Letter Word

 

Iran Bought 12 Sukhoi Superjet 100’s From Russia

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Jul 302017
 

Iran bought 12 Sukhoi Superjet 100’s from Russia. Where’d they get that money? It’s almost the exact amount that Obama forked over to them.

Iran Bought 12 Sukhoi Superjet 100's From Russia

Remember when Obama secretly arranged a plane delivery of $400 million in cash to Iran on the same day they released four American prisoners? Of course you do!

Iran buys 12 Sukhoi Superjet 100 from Russia:

Tehran (ISNA) – Russia’s Sukhoi Civil Aircraft has signed a contract with Iran for the sale of 12 Sukhoi Superjet 100 known as SSJ 100-95s.

According to the reports, the transaction was concluded during the recently ended 2017 MAKS Air Show at Ramenskoye.

Earlier this year, Russian minister of energy Alexander Novak said Iran would buy 12 Sukhoi Superjet 100.

Sukhoi Superjet 100

The Sukhoi Superjet 100 (RussianСухой Суперджет 100) is a modern fly-by-wire twin-engine regional jet with 8 (VIP) to 108 (all economy) passenger seats. With development initiated in 2000, the airliner was designed and spearheaded by Sukhoi, a division of the Russian civil aerospace company (UAC), in co-operation with several foreign partners. Its maiden flight was conducted on 19 May 2008. On 21 April 2011, the Superjet 100 undertook its first commercial passenger flight, on the Armavia route from Yerevan to Moscow.

Designed to compete internationally with its An-148Embraer E-Jet and Bombardier CSeries counterparts, the Superjet 100 claims substantially lower operating costs, at a lower purchase price of $35 million.

The final assembly of the Superjet 100 is done by Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association. Its SaM-146 engines are designed and produced by the French-Russian PowerJet joint venture and the aircraft is marketed internationally by the Italian-Russian SuperJet International joint venture.

 
 
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Jul 302017
 

Snopes changes it’s tune but is it too late?

Snopes, On Verge Of Collapse, Publishes Positive Trump Piece

Archived just in case!

It’s almost sounds like actual reporting.

I’m expecting the writer will shoot himself twice in the back anytime now…

The Lies of Donald Trump’s Critics, and How They Shape His Many Personas
An in-depth analysis of the false allegations and misleading claims made against the 45th President since his inauguration.

 
 

8 Surprising Reasons Farting Is Good For You

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Jul 302017
 

Farting in public is generally frowned upon, but that doesn’t mean you should be ashamed of a little gas. Farts are a sign we are healthy.

8 Surprising Reasons Farting Is Good For You

Okay, so it’s not the most glamorous health tip, and some people might find it a little embarrassing to talk about… But farting is a normal result of a healthy digestive system and good indicator of our well-being.On average, we fart about 5-10 times a day, according to Medical Daily.

Certain foods make us fart more – especially complex carbohydrates such as beans, sweet potatoes, oats and wheat – and foods that are packed full of nutritional value can often lead to a stronger odor.

Whether you fart five or fifty times a day, here are 8 reasons why you should let it out and pay attention.

1. It reduces bloating.

The most common cause of bloating is a build-up of gas in your gut. That’s right – the full, tight discomfort that makes your pants a little tighter might just be because you need to fart. So don’t hold it in.

2. It’ll help you balance your diet.

Everyone has a unique gut and we all handle foods differently. If you are experimenting with nutrition and diet, farts are a good indicator of balance or imbalance, according to Huffington Post. Too much red meat, for example, usually results in a strong, unpleasant odor, while complex carbohydrates tend to cause larger amounts of gas with a more neutral odor.

3. It can relieve abdominal pain.

It might not be appropriate to fart in every situation, but holding it in – especially if you have a lot of gas in your gut – can cause intestinal distension which hurts, according to Berkeley Wellness.

If you feel that you need to fart but you can’t, try gently massaging your stomach to promote the movement of gas through your system.

4. Holding it in can be bad for your colon.

Withholding gas can exacerbate hemorrhoids, for example, as can trying to manipulate the way gas comes out. The best policy is to let it come out naturally. People whose colons have been compromised by illness are also best not to hold in flatulence.

5. Inhaling farts is good for you.

This sounds silly, but a study from the University of Exeter has found that exposure to small amounts of hydrogen sulfide gas (which our guts produce during digestion) may prevent mitochondrial damage to our cells. This could prevent strokes, heart disease, and arthritis, among other things.

6. Farts tell us about our health.

Pay attention to the gas you are passing every day. Is it frequent? Does it have a strong odor? Is there any pain? Fatulence can be an early warning sign for a range of health issues. If you have any pain or pronounced changes in your flatulence that you don’t think are related to diet, it might be worth seeing your doctor.

7. Diagnose food allergies.

Some food allergies cause us to have severe flatulence, and this is certainly the case for lactose intolerance, according to Medical News Today, as with Coeliac Disease. If you have a notable increase in farting after consuming certain foods or food groups, consult your doctor – there are very simple tests which can tell you whether you should be avoiding those foods.

8. It feels good.

We should all admit it – it feels good to let out gas that has been sitting in our abdomens and bothering us. Holding in gas can make us irritable and snappy, and according to Women’s Health Mag the best thing we can do is excuse ourselves to the bathroom and let it out quietly. There’s no relief quite like it.

Still embarrassed? If you think that you pass too much gas and have ruled out any medical issues, then there are small things you can do to reduce the amount of gas you produce, according to Web MD. You can eat more slowly, and avoid carbonated drinks and artificial sweeteners. Limit dairy, and get plenty of exercise. If you think your farts are healthy, then embrace it. Passing gas is a great sign that your digestive system is working as it should.

 
 
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Jul 292017
 

This needs to happen. Make these Corrupt Elitist Pigs (Pelosi, McCain, Schumer, etc) have the same Health Care as us.

Mike Pence: Trump Could Rescind Congressional Exemption From ObamaCare

In an interview with Tucker Carlson of Fox News that was aired on Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence was asked to reflect on President Trump perspective on the so-far failed efforts on the part of the Senate to produce a suitable health care reform bill.

When Carlson asked Pence, “Why should Members of Congress and their staffs have a better deal, not subject to the same rules as everybody else is?,” the Vice President answered:

“That’s pretty typical of Washington, isn’t it? You, more often than not, see one set of rules for the American people and another set of rules for the political class here in our nation’s capital. but as we move forward, the point is that whether the president makes a decision, it would be his decision whether to rescind that special treatment for members of Congress and their staffs.”

He went on to say, “What we want is a health care system that works for all of the American people.” Pence explained that one element of health care reform should be cheaper coverage. “I think the primary goal first is to give people freedom over their own health care choices again,” said Pence.

Pence said that the Trump administration intends to keep its promise to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

Back in 2013, as the January 1, 2014 implementation date for ObamaCare’s individual and employer mandates approached, members of Congress were worried less about how the law would affect their constituents than they were about how the law would affect themselves and their staffs.

From The Hill:

Of course, that’s why they sought and received this illegal subsidy in the first place. Back in 2013, as the January 1, 2014 implementation date for ObamaCare’s individual and employer mandates approached, members of Congress were worried less about how the law would affect their constituents than they were about how the law would affect themselves and their staffs. Buried in the law’s 2,000-plus pages was Section 1312(d)(3)(D), which requires members and their staffs to leave behind their generous Federal Employee Health Benefits Program health plans and instead purchase their health insurance directly through the ObamaCare exchanges, without benefit of an employer subsidy. That requirement, like the individual and employer mandates, would kick in on January 1, 2014.

After heavy lobbying by leaders of both parties on both sides of the Capitol dome, President Obama came to their rescue. He directed the Office of Personnel Management to issue a rule – now codified as 78 Fed. Reg. 60653-01 – declaring Congress itself a small business (!), the necessary subterfuge to set them up for the kicker: Because Congress was deemed a “small business,” “the DC Health Link Small Business Market administered by the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority is the appropriate SHOP from which Members of Congress and designated congressional staff will purchase health insurance in order to receive a Government contribution.”