[video] Anti-war Protester Cindy Sheehan Gets Into Fight w/ War Supporter

Source: BareNakedIslam

This woman Cindy Sheehan has been relentless with her anti-war stance since her son was killed in Iraq. This guy no matter if he felt she was wrong, should respect her right to protest and backed off.

If his kid was killed in the war, he probably would have a different stance about this issue. The quote which renders his “I am for the Troops” argument obsolete is that the killing is “right and proper”.I almost choked on my bagel when I heard him say that.

These two wars seem to have no end in sight despite the campaign promises Barack made during his historic ascension to the White house. You gotta fix this Mr.President and fix it now!

via BNI

A Saturday rally against the troops led by anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan at Travis Air Force Base nearly ended in a brawl when a military veteran physically confronted the protesters.

 

 

[video] Lady Gaga Falls 20 Seconds Into Montreal Performance

Why do artists these days seems to fall so much during performances?

I do not remember this happening back in the day where it seemed artists never had stage mishaps and were on their A-Game every performance.

Beats me, but here is the latest with Lady Gaga busting her tail in a Montreal Performance of her song “Teeth”. According to the HuffPost she also trips at 2:38.

Shocking: 1 in 4 Teen Girls Have a Sexually Transmitted Disease

Whether we like it or not this is a very shocking report that shows that we are not educating our youth against sexual disease and parents are totally missing the boat when it comes to their kids having sex. Here is a chilling report that should be a f#cking wake up call to all you absentee parents.

via Oregon Womens Report

HealthDay News — As many as one in four U.S. teenage girls have had a sexually transmitted disease (STD), many infected soon after their first sexual encounter, a new government report shows. “The high burden of STDs among teen girls reminds us that we can’t ignore this,” said study author Dr. Sami L. Gottlieb, from the division of sexually transmitted disease prevention at the U.S. Centers for Disease and Prevention.  “Sexual health is an important part of the overall health and well-being of teenagers,” Gottlieb added. “For too long, we as a nation have been far too squeamish about sexual health issues for teens, but we owe it to our kids to get over it.”

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