22 July 2017

If Chechnya Got Rid Of Gays, Others Can Do It As Well

The popular Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has denied the existence of gay men in his country - before saying: "If there are any, take them to Canada."

In an interview on TV network HBO, President Kadyrov, head of the Chechen Republic, was vehement in his denials when asked about the LGBT community in the Eastern European country.

20 July 2017

Gonorrhea Is Evolving Dangerously, Especially ... Among Gays

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), gonorrhea is becoming harder — and sometimes impossible — to treat, thanks to antibiotic resistance. The WHO data was collected from 77 different countries and three of them — Japan, France, and Spain — have shown untreatable strains of gonorrhea.

"The bacteria that cause gonorrhea are particularly smart. Every time we use a new class of antibiotics to treat the infection, the bacteria evolve to resist them," Dr. Teodora Wi, a human reproduction specialist at the WHO, explained in the press release.

18 July 2017

Happy Days Are Here As ICE Steps Up Deportation

ICE Stepping Up
The head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) unit in charge of deportations has recently ordered all officers to take action against all illegal aliens they may cross paths with, regardless of whether they have criminal histories or not. This is what they call enforcing the law no matter what the crybabies will say. The law may be harsh to some, but it is the law.

In a February memo, Matthew Albence, a career official who heads the Enforcement and Removal Operations division of ICE, informed his 5,700 deportation officers that, "effective immediately, ERO officers will take enforcement action against all removable aliens encountered in the course of their duties." YES!

17 July 2017

Religious-Objections Law Still In Effect After Facing Paltry Resistance

Mississippi Religious Law
The very popular Religious-Objections Law has been implemented in the state of Mississippi for a few weeks now. It seeks to let merchants and government officials cite their religious beliefs to deny services the very small and misguided same-sex couples.

Attorneys for the despicable group filed papers recently asking the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to block the law .

14 July 2017

Understaffing Is Haunting Starbucks Outlets

Coffee shop Starbucks was reported to be having an understaffing problem, according to nearly nine out of 10 workers surveyed in a recent study.

Coworker.org, an online platform that allows workers to organize around certain issues, surveyed 184 Starbucks employees and 89 percent said that staffing was a problem at their locations over the past three months.