More Than $200K Raised For Woman Who Had Her Bakery Business Vandalized During #Ferguson Riots

Great story here...

Natalie DuBose, the owner of Natalie’s Cakes and More in Ferguson, Missouri, was left devastated after her business was unjustly vandalized during the recent riots over a grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.

She reached out to her fellow Americans to help her repair her shop damaged by Ferguson protesters earlier this week. Her business had just held its grand opening over the summer.

DuBose set up a GoFundMe page and aimed to raise a modest $20,000. Thousands of generous Americans quickly stunned the small business owner, donating more than $195,000 in roughly one day.

Many conservative websites, personalities and public figures took up the cause, including actress Patricia Heaton, who used her social media influence on Twitter to drive some of her 243,000 followers to the fundraising page. Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh also gave out the web address of the GoFundMe page on the air. (via theblaze)

Here is a screen grab of her gofundme page
Pat Sajak gave $1000 during this post--


Another--- New Mexico Woman Says Bill Cosby Sexually Assaulted Her in 1972 (Video)

And this one sounds just like all the other stories where the woman was drugged by Cosby and then sexually assaulted.

Donna Motsinger, who lives in NM said the assault took place in San Francisco in 1972 when she was a single mother working at a popular restaurant in town. She said Bill Cosby walked in one night and started flirting with her. According to Motsinger, Cosby returned the following night and invited her to his comedy show after her shift.

"I was like, 'Of course!' I was very young, very naive, very innocent"

Cosby picked her up in a limo and offered her a drink, she said. By the time they got to the theater, Motsinger said she felt sick. She said she woke up the next morning in her apartment.

"With my clothes off, except for my underwear," she said. "I know I was drugged. I know for sure I was drugged. And I was assaulted. I do know those two things -- absolutely."

Motsinger tells her story to ABC7 Albuquerque


TImes-Picayune Endorses Mary Landrieu in LA

Endorsement from the TP basically just points out a long list of times Democrat Mary Landrieu brought home the bacon for Louisiana. They ignore her vote for Obamacare, ignore all the other times she voted with the Democrats and ignore her recent comments about President Obama being unpopular in Louisiana because of race.

"Mary Landrieu has stood up for Louisiana time and again during her 18 years in the U.S. Senate. She fought for our fair share of oil and gas lease revenues. She made sure our communities received vital disaster aid after Hurricane Katrina and the levee breaches, after Hurricane Rita, after Gustav, after Isaac. She understood the need to keep flood insurance premiums affordable long before others in Congress came to that realization.

Her opponent is trying to distract voters from Sen. Landrieu's accomplishments in the Senate. He shouldn't be allowed to get away with that.

The most important question in the Dec. 6 runoff election is who would best represent the interests of Louisiana residents in Washington. The answer is clear: Mary Landrieu.

Her Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act, which passed in 2006, achieved something Louisiana leaders had tried for decades to do: Require the federal government to give our state and other energy-producing states a significant share of revenues from offshore drilling. By 2017, the act will provide an estimated $500 million each year for restoring Louisiana's coast.

Those revenues will benefit Louisianians for generations to come and help families hold onto the land they love"
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Missouri Lt. Governor: Grand Jury Decision Was Announced Late Monday Night Because Prosecutor Was Worried About Leaks From Holder Justice Dept.

Why announce the grand jury decision late at night when violent protesters could go out and commit mayhem under the cover of darkness? Which they did? Lt. Governor Peter Kinder of Missouri says it was because the St. Louis County Prosecutor was worried about the Holder Justice Dept. leaking the decision. He was on the Sean Hannity Show tonight. He also reveals that the National Guard was eager to go into Ferguson Monday night, but Governor Nixon said no, possible because of pressure from the Obama White House

Hannity: "I gotta believe that the Obama White House had been given a heads up not only that a decision had been rendered by the grand jury but what that decision was. No?"

Lt. Governor Peter Kinder: "I am now hearing from Democratic sources in  St. Louis, who are reliable that (Prosecutor Robert) McCulloch made the announcement when he did because he was worried about leaks from the Holder Justice Department. In other words, they would not have announced it at 8:00 p.m. Central Monday night but for pending leaks that were going to come out from the Feds"

Here's Lt. Governor Kinder, who is furious with Democratic Governor Nixon here.


Romney Leads 2016 Republican Field

He's said he's not running in 2016, other say he might. Whatever he decides, he's at the top of a few 2016 Republican polls, including this new one from Quinnipiac by a wide margin 

Mitt Romney has the edge among possible 2016 presidential contenders in a survey of GOP voters released Wednesday, while Hillary Clinton enjoys a huge lead among Democrats.

Romney took the top spot with 19 percent when Republicans were asked whom they would vote for if the primary were held now, according to the Quinnipiac University poll.

From Nov. 18-23, 1,623 registered voters nationwide were surveyed with a margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points.  Eleven percent of Republicans said that former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) would be their pick.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) and conservative author and neurosurgeon Ben Carson each drew shares of 8 percent.

Romney has particularly high name recognition because he has run for president twice before, something that may help him in early polls. He would tie Clinton in a hypothetical matchup.

Clinton demolishes her Democratic competition in a proposed primary, taking 57 percent to Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) 13 percent and Vice President Biden's 9 percent


Watch George Stephanopoulos' Full Interview With Police Officer Darren Wilson

Wilson tells Stephanopoulos that he found out the Grand Jury's decision just one hour before it was announced.

He talks about what happened during his encounter with Michael Brown.

He says things went bad when he asked Brown and his friend, who were walking down the middle of the street, to walk on the sidewalk. Wilson says Brown had a very aggressive response to a simple request. Stephanopoulos asks Wilson about a blowout to his eye socket reported exclusively by GWP, Darren Wilson says, "I don't know where that came from"

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Video: Passengers Push Plane on Runway After Landing Gear Ices Up

A bunch of passengers left their seats to give their frozen plane a push at a snowbound airport in Siberia.

That was the situation at Igarka Airport earlier this week where temperatures of minus 50 Celsius left a Tupolev Tu-134 aircraft stranded on the runway.

Passengers rallied to the rescue when oil in the plane's landing gear iced up, according to UTair, the airline whose livery the plane carries.

According to the Komsomolskaya Pravda website, there were cries of "Let's go!" as two rows of passengers, dressed in heavy coats and thick gloves, each took a wing and apparently began shoving the aircraft into position


Video- Ferguson Thug Protesters Flip, Then Set Fire To Police Car

A small group of protesters began breaking the windows of a police cruiser on South Florissant Street, the scene of many of the protests that followed the fatal shooting in August of Brown, an unarmed black 18-year-old, by Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson, who is white. The group tried but failed to overturn the car, but someone tossed an incendiary device at it, and the vehicle caught fire.

About a dozen police cars responded, arriving at the scene from two directions. An announcement went out over a loudspeaker: "This has turned into an unlawful protest. You must disperse or you will be arrested, even media."



Schumer: President Obama and Dems were Wrong to Pass Obamacare Instead of Trying to Fix The Economy (Video)

Americans weren't looking for changes in health care...

Sen. Chuck Schumer said Tuesday that Democrats were wrong to pass Obamacare.

“Democrats lost the opportunity the American people gave them. We took their mandate and put all of our focus on the wrong problem–health care reform,” Schumer said.

Schumer conceded that health care was an important issue, but it was not the primary issue.

“The plight of uninsured Americans and the hardships caused by unfair insurance company practices certainly needed to be addressed, but it was not the change we were hired to make,” Schumer said. “Americans were crying out for the end to the recession, for better wages and more jobs, not changes in health care.”

If Democrats had done the math, they would have realized that health care reform affected just a small portion of the electorate: 5 percent.


16 Million Tune In To Watch #Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

Fox led in total viewers, CNN led in the 25-54 demo

The news surrounding the grand jury’s decision in the Darren Wilson case gave cable news channels a ratings surge Monday.

While the decision had been reached by mid-afternoon, news channels had 7 hours to consider the result as it was not announced until the 9pmET hour, when daytime viewership peaked. During that hour, the big three cable news networks drew a combined 15.72 million viewers. For comparison, 15.27 million were watching the night’s No. 1 broadcast show, “Dancing with the Stars,” as well as an ABC News special report on the Wilson case, at 9pm.

Fox News led in total viewers for the hour, averaging 7.256M, while CNN led in the younger demo with 3.155M.

Huge ratings for Fox News Megyn Kelly- 7.2M (total) viewers tuning in at the 9:00 o'clock hour.
And to be honest, very big ratings for CNN who pulled in 6 million + viewers in the 9 and 10:00 o'clock hour
MSNBC far behind on decision night...



Video Captures CNN Reporter Getting Hit in the Head By a Rock During Live Report in Ferguson

CNN reporter Sara Sidner was pelted in the head with a rock as she reported live from the streets of Ferguson, Missouri on Monday night.

Sidner was standing across the street from a local business that had recently caught on fire when an anonymous person hit the CNN reporter in the head as she spoke remotely to anchor Jake Trapper.