State of Delusion

Remember, folks. Before you whine about those of us who complain about living in a bigoted, politically backwards nation – this prig was ELECTED from a Northern state, supposedly with educational standards up to par, “news” services as good as any in the country.

So, what do they like about his style, eh? Haircut? Choice of ties?

10 REASONS WHY GUINNESS IS GOOD FOR YOU

Spinach, kale, avocado, Guinness—A few of our favorite health foods. OK maybe we’re using the word “health food” a little freely, but we do have proof that it’s good for you (just like the old advertising slogan says). So this St. Patrick’s Day, fill your pint glass with the good stuff. Sláinte! (Which btw, is an Irish Gaelic saying for “cheers” and literally translates to “health.” Coincidence? We think not).

1) Antioxidants make it heart healthy Move over, red wine. A 2003 study claimed that a pint of Guinness could cut the risk of blood clots forming in the arteries, while other beers didn’t have the same effect. You can thank flavonoids, a plant-based antioxidant found in certain drinks and dark chocolate, for this heart healthy benefit.

9 more to go.

Sith gun robh so!

Laguna Pueblo’s Deb Haaland confirmed as 1st Native American U.S. cabinet member


Deb Haaland’s image projected onto Department of the Interior building in D.C.

The U.S. Senate on Monday confirmed New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland as interior secretary, making her the first Native American to lead a Cabinet department and the first to lead the federal agency that has wielded influence over the nation’s tribes for nearly two centuries.

Haaland was confirmed by a 51-40 vote.

Which also confirms what racist, reactionary bum-wipes populate the Republican Party!

Democrats and tribal groups hailed Haaland’s confirmation as historic, saying her selection means that Indigenous people — who lived in North America before the United States was created — will for the first time see a Native American lead the powerful department where decisions on relations with the nearly 600 federally recognized tribes are made. Interior also oversees a host of other issues, including energy development on public lands and waters, national parks and endangered species.