Video Podcast – Three Corporations in Georgia make a Monumental Fuss over Georgia’s new Voting Law

by: Brent Smith

Major League Baseball has decided that Georgia is now just too racist to hold both it’s All Star Game and MLB draft in Atlanta.

And the heads of Coca Cola and Delta airlines, both based in Atlanta, have issued strong statements over the racism of this law.

And why you ask? Because Georgia has the nerve to ask for a photo I.D. when casting a mail-in ballot. Oh the horror!

Yet what all three of the major corporation heads neglected to tell the cameras that were filming their heartfelt condemnations, is that in order to gain employment at any of them, guess what you must have. That’s right – a photo I.D.

Ironic ain’t it.

And finally, I pose a question to any and all, but you’ll to watch to discover what it is! read more

What to do With a Crying Baby on a Cross-Country Flight

by: the Common Constitutionalist

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A couple of weeks ago a mother, father and their 10-month old daughter boarded a Delta flight from New York City to Los Angeles.

The baby was crying as they boarded and headed to the first class seats the couple purchased. The mother, Arielle Noa Charnas, a fashion blogger (yes – I guess that’s a real thing) described the expressions of dread by the other passengers. She explained that the couple purchased the first class tickets to afford them extra room to lay the baby down. I suppose there was no room in the overhead. KIDDING!

The reported her Instagram post that, “once we were boarded I was getting tons of eye rolls and head shakes from fellow passengers on @delta because my baby was crying (as if I could just look at Ruby and say okay now it’s time to stop).” Last I checked, the name of the airline is Delta, not @delta, but maybe I’m just an @stickler.

Arielle said that after only 10 minutes, a stewardess – check that – flight attendant, came to her and asked her to move to the back of the bus…I mean…plane. Thank heavens she is white or that would be a whole other issue. read more