Today's big stories: February 10, 2014
College football player, NFL prospect, tells ESPN he's gay. Why he feels obligated to tell ESPN about his sex life, or ESPN thinks football fans want to know about his sex life, is a mystery. His gayness was apparently no secret already, not just on his own team but across the country—he was not "in the closet" at all—so what does this interview do? Maybe he wasn't getting enough attention to make him happy. Who knows? Now, unfortunately, the journalists will be all over this like white on rice and America will be inundated with the gay storyline during NFL games, ruining everybody's simple enjoyment of football.
Politically incorrect Swiss vote to limit immigration. The reaction from the leftists who run the European Union will undoubetdly be fierce—they cannot allow common sense to break out. If that happens—if common sense gains traction—the progressive dismantling of Europe will fail. They will see the Swiss as a threat.
U.S. Special Operations Commander Admiral William McRaven is a jackass. Welcome to the ignoble end of your military career, sir. On May 13, 2011, in response to a FOIA request from Judicial Watch, this dumbass bureaucrat illegally, in contempt for the law, ordered the destruction of all records pertaining to the death of Osama bin Laden, especially photos: "One particular item that I want to emphasize is photos; particularly UBLs remains." What Harry S. Truman said about generals applies equally to admirals (speaking then in reference to MacArthur):
"I didn’t fire him because he was a dumb son of a bitch, although he was, but that’s not against the laws for generals. If it was, half to three-quarters of them would be in jail..."
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