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The White House released a list of President Obama's Pardons and Commutation. The list contains more than Two Turkeys. The President Pardoned five individuals and commuted the Sentence of another. The convictions included Drug Trafficking, cocaine convictions, operating a gambling business, growing marijuana, possession of 1000 pounds of Marijuana, and transporting stolen property. President Obama Grants Pardons and Commutation WASHINGTON, DC – Today President Barack Obama granted pardons to five individuals and commutation of sentence to one individual: PARDONS: · Lesley Claywood Berry Jr. - Loretto, Ky. Offense: Conspiracy to manufacture, possess with intent to distribute, and distribute marijuana, 21 U.S.C. §§ 841 [...]
So, in Knoxville, Tennessee, Joe Armstrong — a humorless Democrat state representative — goes into a college bookstore and sees these silly things: And what does he do? Just what you’d expect: pulled the mints poking fun at Obama from bookstore shelves after state Rep. Joe Armstrong, a Democrat, visited the bookstore and told the director he found the satirical mints offensive. “When you operate on state and federal dollars, you ought to be sensitive to those type of politically specific products,” Armstrong said. “If it was a private entity or corporation or store, (that’s different), but this is a state university. We certainly don’t want in any way to put the university in a bad light by having those political (products), particularly aimed at defaming the [...]
This is one prayer you have got to see to believe! NASCAR Race Joe Nelms thanks God for his smokin hot wife!
Started out as a normal invocation but then he started thanking Sunoco, Goodyear, and then thanked God for his smokin hot wife! Funny stuff this might be the 1st sponsored prayer ever? via Joe Nelms thanks God for his smokin hot wife! - YouTube.
At Least 251 Dead in Storms Across South A deadly tornado stretching a mile wide tore through downtown Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Wednesday evening, destroying homes and buildings and bringing further damage to a region already battered by storms. Across the state, at least 162 people were killed by storms on Wednesday alone, said Valerie Hayes, a spokeswoman for the Alabama Emergency Management Agency. But that number did not include any deaths from Tuscaloosa, where 15 people were confirmed dead by the mayor's office and 100 were said to be injured, The Tuscaloosa News reported. Earlier in the day, with the damage spreading and the death toll rising, Gov. Robert Bentley declared a state of emergency. And The Associated Press reported that across the South, storms Wednesday killed 11 people [...]