Applaud Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz On People Over Profits

Howard Schultz has been openly pro gay civil rights for awhile now, but it came to a head when stockholder Tom Strobhar complained that Starbucks backing a same-sex marriage bill in Washington was hurting their bottom line.

β€œIn the first full quarter after this boycott was announced, our sales and our earnings β€” shall we say politely β€” were a bit disappointing,” said Strobher, who is the founder of the anti-abortion, anti-gay Corporate Morality Action Center (CMAC). Howard Schultz fired back and showed rare humility from a Corporation.

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Why I Sarcastically Appreciate Westboro Baptist Church

This title no doubt has grabbed your attention. I do not condone nor think what they do is good for the world, in fact I believe the opposite. The WBC is nothing more than a slanderous hate group. Why then have I said that I appreciate them? Simply put it’s because what they do is exactly what is transcribed in the Bible. Their pickets, signs and actions all are acceptable within Biblical terms. They preach positively for the deaths of soldier’s, abortion clinics being bombed, gays being murdered and non believers being killed, maimed or humiliated. The Westboro Baptist Church is truly a group of sick f–ks the likes of which we haven’t seen front and center since the Klan during it’s height of power.

The real reason I appreciate WBC is simply because through their willful ignorance and disturbing actions they reaffirm my lack of faith in religious institution. Remember that these people are given tax exemption status from the United States government, so like it or not they are truly considered a legitimate sect of Christianity.

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The Bakery Refusing To Bake A Cake For A Gay Couple Is The Definition Of Ignorance

A baker in Oregon refused to make a cake for a lesbian couple based on the grounds that, “marriage is a religious institution ordained by God…” as owner Aaron Klein stated. Klein, like many fearful religious people, plead tolerance of their religious beliefs in these situations. How ironic is that? They plead us to understand and accept their refusal to accept people that are gay because they are gay, while they refuse to accept people who are gay because they are gay. Seriously that is their argument for homophobia. This guy has taken it to a degree that is outlandish and one of the stupidest things I have ever heard.

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The 40th Annual March For Life Is Really Ironic

The right to lifers are again trying to explain how abortion is terrible because God says it is so. Again a religious view attempting to be forced upon us because if they don’t, then people like myself will live a sinful immoral life with murder, sex and drug use. This of course, is their close minded thought process and honestly I only do 1 of those 3, you can probably guess which one.

So you are asking what is the irony here? What do I, Sean Anthony, find ironic about The March for Life? It’s quite simple really. They use the freedom of religion and free speech to say these things, all while attempting to limit the free speech and freedom FROM religion that we, those who do not adhere to Christian laws, are guaranteed as well. I’m just tired of the idiocracy from the uneducated.

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Lack Of Fathers Is An Issue In America, God Is NOT The Answer Though

So besides blaming video games and music as accessories to murder because the NRA and their supporters will blame anything right now besides a gun, the new thing is a very legit point. Because a traditional family consisting of a father and mother (or mother/mother father/father in my opinion too) is no longer the norm in America it has caused damage to our children. Very good point and honestly very valid too. The proposition though is flawed by those who keep this argument up… they talk about the 50s and 60s as what we need to return to and that the lack of God in our schools is the problem. This is where it keeps getting taken too far and begins to lose credibility.

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Tis the Season…

Don’t you enjoy waking up, turning on your favorite show to sulk through while you pour coffee and all-bran muffins into your gas tank to try to get going and what is the first thing you see? Political ads. Now, I live in Ohio which has been a battleground for seemingly ever and I have literally seen 6 political ads run in a raw. IN A ROW! Now granted, most voters don’t do their homework on their own representatives and generally vote based on blue or red (here is our underlying problem) so the ads (if factually done) are good to get you interested.

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