Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Stephen Colbert Vs Bill Maher Dual Genius Battles ...FULL INTERVIEW

Bill Maher Jabs Stephen Colbert Over Religion: ‘Silly Stories’ Don’t Dictate My Faith









" You Can't Say Shit But You Can Say Fuck"  Bill Maher Ask Stephen Colbert





Late Show host Stephen Colbert may have followed Friday’s speechless sign-off with a rousing show of support for France on Monday, but his playful back-and-forth with guest Bill Maher over religion was the highlight of the night.
“At a dinner party, you should never talk about sex, politics or religion. Have you ever been invited to a dinner party in your life?” Colbert joked.
Maher enjoyed the mild banter enough to banter back, noting that he wouldn’t be invited to Colbert’s dinner party because the two men are “very opposite.”
“Really?” asked Colbert with an obvious air of sarcasm. “How so?”
Maher pointed out how, despite their both being raised Catholic, he was an atheist whereas Colbert was a practitioner of his religion. Or as Colbert subsequently corrected him, “I am, but that doesn’t mean I’m good at it.”
Cue Colbert’s half-serious, mostly-jokey attempt to convert Maher back to Catholicism and welcome his troubled soul into the arms of organized religion once more.
“Come on back, Bill. The door is always open. Golden ticket right before you. All you have to do is humble yourself before the presence of the lord, admit there are things greater than you in the universe that you don’t understand and salvation awaits you.”
“I do admit there are things in the universe I do not understand,” said Maher. “But my response to that is not to make up silly stories.”
It’s all fun and games, to be honest. Yet judging by Maher’s initial surprise, it seems Colbert’s willingness to stretch the line of questioning as far as he did wasn’t necessarily planned in advance.

Stephen Colbert Reminds Us About Megiddo , The Bible & Armageddon Fears

On Monday's Late Show, Stephen Colbert asked Medal of Honor recipient Col. Jack Jacobs what the world had done to punish the Islamic State after its terrorist attack in Paris on Friday. Jacobs, now a military analyst for NBC News, said not much, adding that if the really world wanted to stop ISIS, it would take "several hundreds of thousands" of troops and 10 to 20 years. "And we're not going to do it, and we can't get the people in the region to do it," he added, "even though they have an interest in making sure these guys are gone." After discussing why the region's power players won't step up, and who's to blame for ISIS, Jacobs said that the U.S. could destroy the apocalyptic terrorist "caliphate," even though "they want you to die, and they want to die themselves." But "you're not going to do it by dropping conventional bombs on people," he explained. "Militarily, the only purpose for bombs is to pave the way for people on the ground to seize and hold terrain long enough to create an environment in which there can be a real government to take out the trash and do all the rest. And we're not doing it, and it takes a quarter of a million people to do it, probably just in Syria." That's something to keep in mind. Peter Weber Source


 

Published on Nov 17, 2015

Stephen discusses what we can do to defeat ISIS with Medal Of Honor recipient Colonel Jack Jacobs. 
On Monday's Late Show, Stephen Colbert asked Medal of Honor recipient Col. Jack Jacobs what the world had done to punish the Islamic State after its terrorist attack in Paris on Friday. Jacobs, now a military analyst. News, said not much, adding that if the really world wanted to stop ISIS, it would take "several hundreds of thousands" of troops and 10 to 20 years. "And we're not going to do it, and we can't get the people in the region to do it," he added, "even though they have an interest in making sure these guys are gone."

After discussing why the region's power players won't step up, and who's to blame for ISIS, Jacobs said that the U.S. could destroy the apocalyptic terrorist "caliphate," even though "they want you to die, and they want to die themselves." But "you're not going to do it by dropping conventional bombs on people," he explained. "Militarily, the only purpose for bombs is to pave the way for people on the ground to seize and hold terrain long enough to create an environment in which there can be a real government to take out the trash and do all the rest. And we're not doing it, and it takes a quarter of a million people to do it, probably just in Syria." That's something to keep in mind. Peter Weber


And This Commentary by  Peter Weber


On Monday's Late Show, Stephen Colbert asked Medal of Honor recipient Col. Jack Jacobs what the world had done to punish the Islamic State after its terrorist attack in Paris on Friday. Jacobs, now a military analyst for NBC News, said not much, adding that if the really world wanted to stop ISIS, it would take "several hundreds of thousands" of troops and 10 to 20 years. "And we're not going to do it, and we can't get the people in the region to do it," he added, "even though they have an interest in making sure these guys are gone."

After discussing why the region's power players won't step up, and who's to blame for ISIS, Jacobs said that the U.S. could destroy the apocalyptic terrorist "caliphate," even though "they want you to die, and they want to die themselves." But "you're not going to do it by dropping conventional bombs on people," he explained. "Militarily, the only purpose for bombs is to pave the way for people on the ground to seize and hold terrain long enough to create an environment in which there can be a real government to take out the trash and do all the rest. And we're not doing it, and it takes a quarter of a million people to do it, probably just in Syria." That's something to keep in mind. Peter Weber

Canadian Snowbird Association (CSA) - A Win For Snow Bird Seniors In Saskatchawan

In October 2014, we asked our Saskatchewan members to engage in an email and letter writing campaign requesting that the Government of Saskatchewan amend its temporary absence policy in order to increase the amount of time residents may spend outside of the province and still remain eligible for their provincial health coverage, from six months to seven months.

At the same time, the Canadian Snowbird Association (CSA) remained active advocating for this policy change in meetings with the Premier, the Minister of Health as well as the Human Services Policy Caucus Committee.

The CSA is pleased to announce that the Saskatchewan Government has, effective January 1, 2016, formally increased the amount of time residents may be absent from Saskatchewan, from six to seven months (over any 12-month period), while still retaining continuous provincial health coverage.

Saskatchewan is now the eighth province to permit out-of-province absences over six months.

"This is a significant change for long-term travellers in Saskatchewan" said Bob Slack, President of the Canadian Snowbird Association. "Saskatchewan snowbirds will now be able to visit friends and family members outside of the province, after returning from their winter vacation, without fear of losing their provincial health coverage."

The CSA would like to thank Premier Brad Wall and the Honourable Dustin Duncan, Minister of Health for their support and responsiveness to this matter.

It is important to keep in mind that U.S. policy still limits the amount of time that Canadian citizens can legally spend in the United States to six months less a day, in any 12-month period.

If you have any questions or comments related to this increase, or any other issue, please contact the CSA office toll-free at 1-800-265-3200.
Sincerely,
The Canadian Snowbird Association
The Voice of Travelling Canadians

Saturday, November 14, 2015

ISIS Claims Responsibility For Paris Attacks - Islam A Religion of Piece - here there and everywhere

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Turkey for G20 summit

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    "These terrorist attacks are deeply worrying and obviously unsettling to ... Catherine and I are shocked by news of the horrific attacks in #Paris.
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    Cameron warns of British casualties in wake of Paris attacks

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    David Cameron has said “we must be prepared for a number of British casualties” from the Paris atrocity as he condemned the “brutal and ...
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    Paris attacks: Eyewitness accounts

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    As least 128 people have been killed in multiple gun and bombattacks in Paris. Shocked eyewitnesses caught up in the violence have been ...
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    As a group of terrorists descended on Paris in a spate of apparently connected attacks Friday, citizens captured the horrifying moments live on ...
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    Celebrities rally in support as the Paris terror attack death toll ...

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    'This is an attack not just on Paris, it's an attack not just on the people of France, but this is an attack on all of humanity and the universal values ...
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    Paris attacks: Eagles of Death Metal safe after fans killed at gig

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    US rock band Eagles of Death Metal were not injured in the attack on their Paris concert, it has been confirmed. At least 80 of those at the ...
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    Paris attacks: Britain on security alert in wake of terror attacks

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Thursday, November 5, 2015

Stephen Colbert says Megiddo, where Armageddon is supposed to take place. That's a spooky Halloween





He said, “It's not that far from away from the Biblical town of Megiddo, where Armageddon is supposed to take place. That's a spooky Halloween ... Source




Sunday, November 1, 2015

Popular Triple Crown colt pulls away from field to end horse racing ‘fairy tale

Popular Triple Crown colt pulls away from field to end horse racing ‘fairy tale





 LEXINGTON, KY.— Triple Crown champion American Pharoah took charge out of the gate, winning the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic by 61⁄2

Victor Espinoza and American Pharoah went wire to wire Saturday to win the Breeders Cup Classic by 61⁄2 lengths.
2 lengths Saturday in his final race before retirement. The three-year-old colt ran 11⁄
4 miles in a track-record 2:00.07 as the sentimental 3-5 favourite among the crowd of 50,155 at Keeneland. Fans stood 20-deep all along the rail, cheering and snapping cellphone photos of the superstar horse and jockey Victor Espinoza.
Except American Pharoah didn’t hear them. He wears ear plugs to muffle any sounds that might startle him.
“This was for Pharoah,” trainer Bob Baffert said. “We wanted him to go out the champion he is.” He paid $3.40, $3 and $2.40. Effinex, a 33-1shot, returned $14.20 and $6.60. Honor Code was another 41⁄ lengths back in third and paid
2 $3.40 to show.
There was plenty of Canadian content on the day. Wavell Avenue, a Canadian-bred four-year-old filly, won the Filly & Mare Sprint; Woodbine-based trainer Mark Casse had his second victory in as many days when Tepin took the Mile; and Canadian businessman J. Paul Reddam was already looking to next year after Nyquist won the Juvenile by a halflength.
“When is the Derby?” Reddam said, in reference to the Kentucky Derby after his colt picked his way through the14-horse field to become the early favourite for Churchill Downs.
Saturday, though, was about this year’s Derby winner. American Pharoah smashed the Keenleand track record of 2:05.36 by more than five seconds.
It was a feel-good moment for a sport that has been battered and bruised — all the troubles of declining attendance and drug controversies were wiped away in two magical minutes.
“It’s a horse racing fairy tale and I just happen to be in it,” Baffert said.
After easing across the finish line, Espinoza took the colt far up the first turn before slowly walking past the grandstand to the winner’s circle, accompanied by raucous cheers all the way. The champion even had his own military escort walk him back to his barn.
American Pharoah put an exclamation point on a brilliant career in which he lost just twice — in his debut and again in the Travers on Aug. 29
Keen Ice, who vanquished him at Saratoga, finished fourth in the Classic. Tonalist, the 2014 Belmont winner, was fifth, followed by Hard Aces, Frosted and Ireland-bred Gleneagles.
Frosted unexpectedly pressed American Pharoah on the lead in the Travers, leaving him vulnerable to the rally by Keen Ice.
This time, no one could keep up with the champ.
“It’s a lot of pressure to train a horse like this because I didn’t want to let the horse down and I didn’t want to let the fans down,” Baffert said
American Pharoah won nine of his 11 career starts, including the first sweep of the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont in 37 years this spring. He earned a total of $8,650,300 for Ahmed Zayat, the Egyptian-born owner who chose to keep his popular horse in training so fans could see him run.
“We wanted him to go out as a winner,” Zayat said. “He is a winner.”
American Pharoah had already ensured his place in history by ending the Triple Crown drought. He won the Derby by a length, then easily handled a sloppy track in the Preakness to win by seven lengths. In the Belmont, he led all the way en route to a dominating 51⁄ 2- length victory.
Next up for American Pharoah is a new career as a breeding stallion.
“It’s going to be sad to see him go,” Baffert said. “But I think he’s done enough. He’s proved enough.”
Turning to his 10-year-old son Bode, the trainer said: “We’re going to miss him, aren’t we, buddy?”

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