Sean Hannity hit back hard after he was accused of sexual harassment by blogger and attorney, Debbie Schlussel. He vowed to take legal action causing Schlussel to walk back her claims.
Today, Hannity took to his Twitter account and fired a few warning shots saying, “A lot of time with an army of attorneys. Topics include: libel, slander, defamation, tortious interference. Stay tuned.”
Hannity also tweeted saying ‘FYI, whoever you are IP addresses are traceable. Get ready.” His series of tweets sounded like he may be going after more than just one person who has been spreading lies about him.
In any event, it’s about time conservatives hit back. Leftists constantly slander us conservatives, accusing us of being racists and anti-Semites with no evidence to back it up.
Below is a photo of accuser, Debbie Schlussel.
Stands to reason, how many ISIS/AQ folks are now in Europe?
Via Breaking 911:
The Department of State alerts U.S. citizens to the continued threat of terrorist attacks throughout Europe. This Travel Alert expires on September 1, 2017:
Recent, widely-reported incidents in France, Russia, Sweden, and the United Kingdom demonstrate that the Islamic State of Iraq and ash-Sham (ISIS or Da’esh), al-Qa’ida, and their affiliates have the ability to plan and execute terrorist attacks in Europe. While local governments continue counterterrorism operations, the Department nevertheless remains concerned about the potential for future terrorist attacks. U.S. citizens should always be alert to the possibility that terrorist sympathizers or self-radicalized extremists may conduct attacks with little or no warning.
SOURCE: Weasel Zippers
Most people will probably shrug and say big deal.
It is for millions of school kids who have been forced to choose between eating unappetizing, bland food or going hungry.
Back in the Stone Age when I was a kid they actually had some decent food. I still like hamburger gravy to this day.
Michelle Obama’s lunch program has been widely criticized since the day it got implemented. I for one am glad to see that kids and school systems will have more leeway to make better choices!
There are a shit ton of kids out there in this country who actually depend on that meal. It’s about time someone is at least attempting to make it edible again.
Trump unwinding Michelle Obama’s school lunch program rules
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue took steps Monday to roll back healthy school lunch standards promoted by former first lady Michelle Obama in one of his first regulatory acts.
In an interim final rule, aimed at giving schools more flexibility, Perdue and his department are postponing further sodium reductions for at least three years and allowing schools to serve non-whole grain rich products occasionally as well as 1 percent flavored milk.
The rule allows states to exempt schools in the 2017-2018 school year from having to replace all their grains with whole-grain rich products if they are having a hard time meeting the standard.
USDA said it will take “all necessary regulatory actions to implement a long-term solution.”
“This announcement is the result of years of feedback from students, schools, and food service experts about the challenges they are facing in meeting the final regulations for school meals,” Perdue said in a statement.
“If kids aren’t eating the food, and it’s ending up in the trash, they aren’t getting any nutrition – thus undermining the intent of the program.”
Study findings bolster suspected link between sleep disorder and heart-related death
This “oxygen saturation” drops when air doesn’t flow into the lungs. “If the lowest oxygen saturation was 78 percent, or less, their risk of [sudden cardiac death] increased by 80 percent,” Gami said. In a healthy person, 95 percent to 100 percent is normal.
Having 20 events an hour would be termed moderate sleep apnea, Gami said.
Gami found a link, not a cause-and-effect relationship, between sleep apnea and sudden cardiac death. He can’t explain the connection with certainty, but said there are several possible explanations. For example, sleep apnea is related to the type of heart rhythm problem that causes sudden cardiac death, he said.
The study findings should be taken seriously by those who have sleep apnea or suspect they do, said Dr. Neil Sanghvi, an electrophysiologist at Lenox Hill Hospital, in New York City, who reviewed the findings.
People with sleep apnea are often but not always obese, and many have other heart risk factors such as heart failure or heart disease. Having these other risk factors already puts a person at risk of sudden cardiac death, Sanghvi said. “The sleep apnea may be the tipping point. Each of these factors adds a level of risk. When you add sleep apnea, you could have a worse outcome.”
Anyone who suspects they have sleep apnea should ask their doctor about a sleep test, Sanghvi said. Daytime sleepiness and fatigue are frequent symptoms. Another tipoff is a bed partner who complains of snoring.
The study didn’t address whether those who used sleep apnea treatments — such as the CPAP machine (continuous positive airway pressure) prescribed during sleep to help breathing — would reduce risk. “It would be fair to say we suspect it would,” Gami said.
The U.S. National Institutes of Health funded the study. Gami has served as a consultant for Medtronic, Boston Scientific and St. Jude Medical, which make defibrillators and other heart devices. Other study authors have also worked for heart device manufacturers and CPAP makers.