NEVER HIRE A MUSLIM Reason #154: Yet another company is being sued by designated terrorist group CAIR on behalf of Somali Muslim sludge who want extra paid prayer time during working hours

http://www.barenakedislam.com/2016/04/27/never-hire-a-muslim-reason-154-yet-another-company-is-being-sued-by-designated-terrorist-group-cair-on-behalf-of-somali-muslim-sludge-who-want-extra-paid-prayer-time-during-working-hours/

And how is a business supposed to operate under these conditions?

April update.

If so inclined — not long till the offer is over but maybe some will get the FREE E_BOOK

Author J.L. Pattison

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In November of last year I began writing my short story, The Alibi. Since then I’ve been busy editing and reworking it like a sculptor labors over a sculpture.

As of today, I am happy to announce The Alibi has recently moved into the next phase of production: Beta Reader reviews. Afterward it will move to professional editing and then be made available to my readers. Thank you for your patience as I work diligently to produce a high quality, well written tale of suspense that you will thoroughly enjoy reading.

imageAlso in April, I exceeded 50,000 views on this blog. As a thank you to my readers I am offering my debut short story, The Visitor, for free all day today. You can download your free copy from Amazon here.

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10 Things You Might Not Know about Life Savers

A fun read!

Give Me Liberty

This is from Mental Floss.

I still buy some Life Savers from time to time.

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Life Savers—those sweet, unmistakable rolls of hard candies with the hole in the center—have been a quintessential American candy since the early 1900s. And after more than 100 years, Life Savers remains one of the leading candy brands in America.

1. ITS CREATOR BEGAN WITH A MAPLE SUGAR BUSINESS BEFORE MOVING INTO CHOCOLATES AND CANDY.

Clarence Crane was the son of a maple sugar producer in Cleveland, Ohio. He worked with his father until 1903, when he struck out with his own maple sugar business, which became one of the largest producers of maple sugar in the world. In 1909 Crane sold the maple sugar business but continued to work for the company as a salesman. Two years later, he opened the Queen Victoria…

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A Bird’s-Eye View Of How The US Economy Is Falling Apart (In 4 Simple Charts) | NCRenegade

http://ncrenegade.com/editorial/a-birds-eye-view-of-how-the-us-economy-is-falling-apart-in-4-simple-charts/

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Higher wages means discretionary spending which gives a measure of freedom to people. Whether that is a valid measure of freedom is debatable. However, higher taxes and living in debt definitely is a measure of slavery.

David DeGerolamo