News Headline: “Wal-Mart is one of the biggest beneficiaries of food stamps.”
News Headline: “Wal-Mart comes to town, other stores close, then Wal-Mart leaves.”
News Headline: “South Carolina woman rams car into Wal-Mart because she thought the Rapture was coming.”
Not when there are so many other reasons to want to ram into a Wal-Mart.
News Headline: “Donald Trump: ‘If I lose, I don’t think you will ever see me again.’ ”
Say the headline out loud.
Let it roll on your tongue.
Say it again.
Close your eyes and imagine it. . . .
News Headline: “. . . The dog-sniffing unit was then called in to help agents. . . .”
Your day may not be going well, but at least you aren’t part of a unit that sniffs dogs.
News Headline: “Ten terrorists blown up while making bomb inside mosque.”
What kind of times do we live in?
Hope you enjoyed Today’s Chuckle.
News Headline: “Texas secession movement is growing.”
But is there a downside?
News Item: “Millions of dollars Donald Trump says he raised for veterans charities are unaccounted for, and Trump’s adviser for veterans affairs doesn’t seem to know where that money is.”
The story refers to $6 million that Trump announced nearly three months ago.
But there is no reason to believe he would use military veterans as campaign props and then walk away.
No reason at all.
News Headline: “NBA: No All-Star Game for North Carolina if anti-LGBT law isn’t changed.”
So think a few good thoughts for the NBA.
Even if it does allow its players six and seven steps without a travel.
News Item: “A local atheist and a national group that advocates for the strict separation of church and state have sued the city to remove a large, white Christian cross at a public park where an 18th century Spanish Catholic mission once stood. . . .”
Lest we forget that evangelical atheists can be every bit as annoying as evangelical Christians.