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Gay N.J. Waitress Has A History Of Lying, According To New Report

Earlier this week, the story of Dayna Morales, a gay N.J. waitress who claimed she was stiffed on a tip and instead received a nasty note regarding her sexual orientation, unraveled. The family to whom the receipt pertained came forward, showing their own copy of the receipt (and credit card statement) proves they did, in fact, leave a tip and vehemently denying they would ever leave such a note (see here for further details).  Nov 28, 2013 6:08 AM PT

Gay NJ Waitress Who Received Nasty Note? It May Have All Been A Hoax

Earlier this month, I wrote (see here and here) about a gay N.J. waitress, Dayna Morales, who, instead of a tip, received an insulting note on a receipt, reading: 'I'm sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with your lifestyle and how you live your life.' After posting the receipt online, the story went viral and thousands of dollars in donations poured in which, reportedly, Morales stated she would donate to the Wounded Warrior Project.  Nov 26, 2013 5:47 AM PT

N.J. Waitress Receives Thousands in Donations Following Anti-Gay Note On A Receipt

Last week, I wrote about a gay N.J. waitress, Dayna Morales, who, instead of a tip, received an insulting note on a receipt, reading: 'I'm sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with your lifestyle and how you live your life.' After posting the receipt on her Facebook page, the story went viral. 

Donations have begun to "pour in" for Morales, according to the latest ABC News report on the story, who has already received nearly $3,000 from around the world. To her credit, Morales says she is donating all the money she receives to the Wounded Warrior Project. 
Nov 21, 2013 7:17 AM PT

Move Over Rubio: Is Christie The New Immigration Flip-Flopper?

On Tuesday, The Daily Beast's Dean Obeidallah wrote about Governor Chris Christie's upcoming Catch-22 on immigration. The New Jersey Tuition Equality Act, which would provide in-state tuition to the children of undocumented immigrants, passed the New Jersey Senate on Monday and will soon pass the Assembly.  Nov 19, 2013 10:58 AM PT

Did Romney Really Flip On Immigration? No.

Some in the media seemed to take Romney’s remarks as a sign the former governor has completely shifted his views. For instance, Fusion’s Jordan Fabian described Romney’s remarks as a “startling about-face on immigration reform.” The caption at the top of Fabian's article even reads: “now [Romney] says they should be able to remain in the U.S. and earn citizenship.” Nov 15, 2013 9:53 AM PT

What Circular Firing Squad? Conservatives Still Agree On Much

What a month it's been for conservatives, during which the most chilling aspect has been the circular firing squad, with conservatives blaming and pointing fingers at one another. McConnell, Cruz, Rubio, McCain, Lee, King, FreedomWorks, HeritageAction, Jeb Bush, Rand... we are, in a nutshell, 'all over the place.'  Oct 20, 2013 3:27 PM PT

No Women Of Color In (Liberal) Esquire's 'Final Four' Beauties

Esquire magazine, known for its liberal proclivities, posted a quiz today, done in tandem with NBC News, where one can determine one's standing in the political spectrum -- and if one fits into the 'new American center' over which the spread gushes. A conservative who takes the quiz will likely see the following, not-so-subtly-insulting result (which yours truly received after taking the quiz): Oct 15, 2013 12:51 PM PT

TMZ's Low Blow Attack On Sarah Palin

In a shockingly unfair -- and unusually political -- turn, celebrity gossip site TMZ posted a piece on Monday, accusing Sarah Palin of using veterans as 'political pawns.' The headline read: "SARAH PALIN TO GOV'T
STOP USING VETS AS POLITICAL PAWNS... Cuz They're My Pawns." 
Oct 14, 2013 4:55 PM PT

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