Just a reminder.
From Still Evident:
What a strange situation Democrats find themselves in. They promote gay rights while their presidential candidate has accepted tons of money from Muslim countries that throw gay people from rooftops. Simultaneously, they insist on importing thousands (maybe millions) of people from these same Muslim countries into America. This brings another problem to mind, the current President is a great sympathizer and defender towards Muslims and yet Muslims are no friend to gay people, and yet gay people love this President. These are strange times we find ourselves in…
From NBC News:
Iran and world powers have reached a historic deal under which Tehran will curb its nuclear program in exchange for the easing of economic sanctions, NBC News confirmed early Tuesday.
Tehran has been negotiating with the U.S., Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China for years, with diplomats extending a series of deadlines in hopes of arriving at a workable plan.
The deal overcame stiff opposition from close U.S. allies like Israel and Saudi Arabia, who say Iran cannot be trusted with a nuclear program of any kind.
After marathon overnight negotiations in Vienna, diplomats clinched the comprehensive agreement — the text of which runs more than 80 pages.
It involves limiting Iran’s nuclear production for 10 years and Tehran’s access to nuclear fuel and equipment for 15 years in return for hundreds of millions of dollars in sanctions relief. However, the sanctions would not be lifted until Iran proves to the International Atomic Energy Agency that it has met its obligations under the terms of the deal.
And civilization would have ended right there!
Centraal Beheer is an insurance company from The Netherlands which has run a series of very successful commercials where something goes unexpectedly, sometimes horribly, wrong in the end.
Although some commercials have received praise as well as prestigious awards, others have been banned from the airwaves. One of those was a Bill Clinton commerical, and another one featured Adam and Eve from the Bible’s creation story. As if eating the forbidden fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil was not tragic enough, the advertising team created another unexpected fate.
Artist Gary Varvel