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36 Cheap American Beers, Ranked

I realize you’re going to spend Independence Day happily drinking whatever cold adult beverage you’re served, because you’re polite and you’re an alcoholic. And I trust you’ll have a fine old time no matter what you drink. But that doesn’t mean America’s shitbrews are all the same. The list below breaks down 36 of them, from worst to least-worst.

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FACT CHECK:

TOP TEN WORST LIES BY JOE BIDEN IN VP DEBATE

 

  ” Once again, Joe Biden lied his way through a Vice Presidential debate–just as he did in his contest with Sarah Palin in 2008. This time, the media caught a few of Biden’s worst “malarkey” moments–as did his opponent, Paul Ryan, when he could get a word in edgewise. 

 

 

 

 

Here are the top ten worst lies told by Biden during the debate:

10. “With all due respect, that’s a bunch of malarkey….not a single thing he said is accurate.” At the outset of the debate, Biden tried to paint Ryan as a liar–when Biden, in fact, was the one lying. Ryan had pointed out: 1) that the White House had distanced itself from the Cairo embassy’s apologies on 9/11; 2) that Obama had failed to speak up for Iranian protestors in 2009; 3) that the Obama administration called Syria’s dictator a “reformer”; 4) and that the Obama administration is imposing defense cuts and projecting weakness. All of that is true.

9. “The president has met with Bibi [Netanyahu] a dozen times….This is a bunch of stuff.” While they have met several times–not a dozen–that includes a meeting at which Obama made the Israeli prime minister enter the White House through a back entrance, refused to take a picture with him, and left him on his own for dinner. Specifically, Ryan had criticized Obama’s refusal to meet Netanyahu in New York last month, and to tape talk show interviews instead–a clear snub that sent the wrong signal, again, to Israel’s enemies.

8. “Just let the taxes expire like they’re supposed to on those millionaires.” Biden’s “millionaires” are actually households earning more than $250,000 a year, which includes many middle-class families with two earners, and small business owners in particular who report business earnings as personal income. Biden and Obama have repeatedly labeled those earning over $250,000 as “millionaires and billionaires,” distorting the actual impact of their tax plan on the non-millionaires it would hit hardest, who create a vast proportion of small business jobs.”

  This American Thinker piece should have the progressives groaning .

”  I am a thinking, educated, intelligent, independent voter.           
   I am fanatical in my support for the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

   I believe that there is only one phrase that might be slightly more important than “We the People
of the United States …”. That phrase would be “In the Beginning the Lord said ‘Let there be
light’…”

   But the most significant thing that makes Barack Obama view me as his worst nightmare is simply this: I tell the truth about him. I don’t
need to lie. I don’t need to “create” a narrative. What he has done all by himself is so appalling that any need for embellishment is stillborn. “

Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit points to an obvious trend . The only real surprise in the migration data is that most people are shocked when they are presented with the facts .

   Keep in mind that , due to the newcomers the net loss appears less consequential until you consider the fact that the bulk of the incoming migrants to NY are poor unskilled labor whereas the escaping group is comprised mostly of the affluent , skilled , educated producer class .

    This naturally slams the state with a double whammy in that the incoming draw more heavily on public services at exactly the time that the exfiltrating class is removing their tax share from the public coffers . Ouch …

CNS News reported:

“New York State accounted for the biggest migration exodus of any state in the nation between 2000 and 2010, with 3.4 million residents leaving over that period, according to the Tax Foundation.

Over that decade the state gained 2.1 million, so net migration amounted to 1.3 million,representing a loss of $45.6 billion in income.

Where are they escaping to?  The Tax Foundation found that more than 600,000 New York residents moved to Florida over the
decade – opting perhaps for the Sunshine State’s more lenient tax system – taking nearly.$20 billion in adjusted growth income with them. “