Clinton Getting More Security For a Wine-Tasting Event Than the Navy SEALs Who Were Killed in Benghazi

November 14, 2012 at 12:00 pm (Australia, Benghazi, Hillary Clinton, Navy SEALs, Secretary of State, Security, Wine Tasting)

Seems Secretary of State Hillary Clinton can’t find the time to testify at the closed Benghazi hearings due to a ‘scheduling conflict’.  This despite the fact that the Obama administration owes America answers as to what happened in Benghazi, and Clinton is certainly a prime player as to how events went down that night.

Nevermind America, she owes the families of the victims answers.  Instead, she has a very critical meeting to attend in place of the hearings.

The scheduling conflict?  A wine-tasting event with friends.

And she’s bringing along a security entourage that I’m sure the Navy SEAL’s who were told to stand down before they were killed would have greatly appreciated.

Here is her conflicting schedule via the Herald Sun:

Few details of Ms Clinton’s visit on Wednesday and Thursday have been revealed, but it is understood she will visit close friends, one whom is connected to the Carnegie Mellon University. It also believed that:

THE 150-strong entourage is likely to visit Penfolds’ Magill Estate for either a wine tasting session or private function.

THE entourage has booked more than 100 rooms over several floors at the Intercontinental Hotel on North Tce.

HEAVY traffic restrictions are likely from late Wednesday ahead of her anticipated arrival that night.

HER entourage will leave Adelaide on Friday morning.

While Ms Clinton will be protected at close quarters by her own US Secret Service detail, dozens of AFP protection officers and STAR Group officers will be involved in protecting her motorcade and any venues she visits.

Police are also likely to use helicopter surveillance to monitor her every move.

The operation will be larger than that mounted to protect Prince Charles and his wife Camilla for their five-hour flying visit to Adelaide on Wednesday.

Bryan Preston at the PJ Tatler nails it:

Too bad Ambassador Stevens and the three others killed in the Benghazi attack didn’t have a fraction of the security that will protect Clinton in war-torn Australia.

The fact that a Clinton is involved in Benghazi all but assures that the families of the slain and the American people will never get answers and will never see any accountability.

Indeed, a 150-person entourage may have come in handy the night of the attack at the compound and annex, especially when the SEALs were calling Hillary and the White House begging for reinforcements.

Bottoms up!

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Report: Muslim Terrorists Bomb Buildings Because They’re Unemployed … Or Something

November 14, 2012 at 10:00 am (Australia, Bali Bombings, Jihad, Muslim, Osama Bin laden, Radical Islam, Terrorism, Terry Lovat)

A new report out of Australia indicates that radical Muslim extremists aren’t motivated by the cause of jihad.  Rather, they are driven to terrorism by Islamophobia and a high unemployment rate.  The report raises one inescapable question:  Just what the hell are they putting in the water down under?

Via News.com.au (h/t Weasel Zippers):

A new report paints a devastating picture of Muslim unemployment in Australia and links workplace discrimination to terrorist attacks such as the Bali bombings.

The report says that reducing the deep-seated hostility toward Muslims by a minority of Australians was hard to achieve in an atmosphere created by an open-ended war on terror.

The Newcastle University report was completed last year and quietly released on the Immigration Department’s website.

Using Census data, it found that the jobless rate for Muslim men was more than double the national average and that only 57 per cent of Muslim males aged 15 and older had jobs compared with 68 per cent of all working-age men.

Suburbs with high Muslim concentrations such as Broadmeadows and Dallas had jobless rates of more than 15 per cent in 2006, said the report.

“In total, 58 per cent of Muslims earned less than $400 per week compared to 41 per cent of the Australian population,” it said.

The seven-person research team, led by Prof Terry Lovat, said that Muslims faced workplace barriers including poor English proficiency, difficulty having overseas qualifications recognised and cultural and religious issues.

Apparently, a higher-than-average unemployment rate can lead to a bombing that kills over 200 people.  I’m sorry, but the unemployment rate here in the States is double for the African-American community, and nearly double for the Hispanic community.  It is also quite high for women.  And yet none of these groups – African-Americans, Hispanics, or women – have taken to strapping 1,000 kg. bombs into the backseat of their minivan in an attempt to blow up buildings and people.

Oddly enough, Osama Bin Laden put out an audio tape shortly after the Bali bombings which stated that the attack was a direct retaliation for support of the United States’ war on terror, and not due to the frustration in finding a good 9-5 job with quality health insurance, and a decent coffee club.

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Weekend Recess: Michelle Jenneke’s Sexy Pre-Race Routine Heats Up the Internet

July 21, 2012 at 12:54 pm (Athlete, Australia, Australian, Barcelona, Boys, Hurdler, Hurdles, Michelle Jenneke, Olympics, Sabrina, Sexy, Spain, Weekend Recess, World Junior Championships)

Usually our Weekend Recess clips are some sort of humorous video clip lighting up the internet that particular week.  This week, we’re throwing a bone to our biggest audience share – the 18-34 year old single male.

That said, this video isn’t without humor.  Whoever chose the cheesy background music to accompany the video has made the whole thing.  The music makes it laugh-worthy throughout.

Incidentally, our other biggest audience attribute?  According to Lijit.com, 43% of our readers make $100,000 in annual salary.  With that in mind, I’d like to direct your attention to the ‘DONATE’ button located on the right side of this page.  The shiny, candy-like button…

Without further ado, time to meet Michelle Jenneke, dancing internet sensation…

Via With Leather:

Australian hurdler Michelle Jenneke won heat 2 of the Women’s 100 metres hurdles at the 14th IAAF World Junior Championships in Barcelona over the weekend, and if you watch the following video closely you’ll take away three major observations:

1. Michelle Jenneke is good at hurdles.

2. Michelle Jenneke is smoking hot.

3. Michelle Jenneke is the only thing your brain will let you think of when Michelle Jenneke is dancing.

While everyone else is stretching out and concentrating, Michelle starts go-go dancing. The announcers mention how she’s “certainly having fun”, and then she kills everybody at the hurdles. When she wins, she hugs everyone and waves at the crowd.

If you watch this clip and don’t love Michelle Jenneke, please consult your physician.

Yahoo! Sports added:

According to Bleacher Report, sports blog With Leather posted raw, live-stream footage of Jenneke’s prerace routine, then went back and edited it with an “overt celebration of Jenneke and her dancing and running presented in gratuitous slow motion, and with an awful song over it.”

Here ya go…

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