Florida ex-teacher gets 22 years for sex with three students

A former Florida teacher was sentenced to 22 years in prison Thursday Jennifer Fichter. Lakeland Police Department for having sex dozens of times with three of her students — with one of her trysts leading to her getting an abortion.

"I wish I could go back and remove what I have done," a tearful Jennifer Fichter, 30, said in court Thursday, according to WFTS.

"I hate what I have done. I wish I could go back and think about (the victims) before me."

But the parents of the victims remained unforgiving.

"It hurts," one mother told the court. "I saw myself losing my son before my very eyes and there was nothing I could do to reach him."



Nigeria President Buhari condemns Boko Haram's 'heinous' attacks

Nigeria's president has described as a "heinous atrocity" the latest wave of Muhammadu Buhari attacks by Boko Haram militants that left more than 150 people dead. Muhammadu Buhari also called for a faster deployment of a regional military force to fight the Islamists.

The gunmen have been launching attacks on remote villages in the north-eastern Borno state since Tuesday, targeting people attending evening prayers.

Mr Buhari - who was sworn in in May - sees fighting Boko Haram as a priority. According to Amnesty International, at least 17,000 people, mostly civilians, have been killed since 2009, when Boko Haram launched its violent uprising to try to impose militant Islamist rule.



From Syria to Bosnia: Isis and its affiliates around the world

Screengrab from a video released by Isis allegedly showing a member  Screengrab from a video released by Isis allegedly showing a member destroying parts of a frieze at the ancient Iraqi town of Nimrud. destroying parts of a frieze at the ancient Iraqi town of Nimrud. Photograph: Handout/EPA Isis has all but ended centuries of coexistence in Iraq with its hounding of minorities, emptying the plains of Nineveh of its Christian population and attempting to enslave and starve thousands of Yazidis. It has also destroyed artefacts and historic sites that are part of the ancient heritage of the Assyrian empire.


Isis now controls roughly half of Syria’s landmass and the city of Raqqa is the capital of its self-proclaimed caliphate. Territories held include most of Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor provinces in the north-east and east of the country, areas around the cities of Aleppo and Homs (including the historic city of Palmyra), as well as parts of southern Damascus, where it recently seized the besieged Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp.



IS affiliate in Egypt claims rocket attack on Israel

A group affiliated with Islamic State has said it fired three rockets into Israeli troops deployed along the border with Egypt are on alert Israel from Egypt's Sinai peninsula.

The affiliate, which calls itself Sinai Province, said it had acted in retaliation for what it says is Israeli support for the Egyptian army.

Israel said two rockets landed in the south of the country, causing no casualties or material damage.

At least 17 Egyptian soldiers and 100 IS militants have died in fighting in northern Sinai since Wednesday.

The clashes were triggered by a co-ordinated mass assault of IS militants on the town of Sheikh Zuweid.



Greece debt crisis: Mass rival rallies over bailout vote

Tens of thousands of Greeks have attended rival rallies in Athens ahead of "Nobody has the right to threaten to cut down Greece from its natural geographic body" - Alexis Tsiprasa crucial referendum on Sunday.

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was greeted with huge cheers when he told supporters to vote "No" to the terms of an international bailout. But those attending another huge rally nearby warned a "No" vote would see Greece ejected from the eurozone.

A Greek court earlier rejected a challenge to the legality of the referendum and it will go ahead. Greece's current bailout programme ran out on Tuesday.

All week banks have been shut, with limits imposed on cash withdrawals.



22 Massachusetts towns will build their own gigabit internet service

The FCC made it clear that towns should have the freedom to build their The ends of fiber optic cables own broadband services, and one cooperative group is determined to take advantage of that liberty.

WiredWest has gained the support of 22 Massachusetts towns for a municipal broadband effort that will give them all fiber optic service.

It won't be the cheapest option, but it'll be much faster than the pokey DSL, fixed wireless and satellite data that residents have had to settle for in the past.

It'll start at $49 per month for 25Mbps speeds, with 100Mbps and a lightning-quick 1Gbps respectively available for $79 and $109 per month.



Documents: Mexican army ordered troops to 'kill criminals'

MEXICO CITY — A Mexican human rights group said Thursday that This July 3, 2014 file photo shows bullet holes and splattered blood on the wall of an an unfinished warehouse, where bodies of suspected criminals were found after an alleged gun battle with soldiers, on…military documents show high-ranking officers had given soldiers standing orders to kill criminals ahead of an army mass slaying of suspected drug cartel members after they surrendered.

The documents, shared with The Associated Press, appear to be the first evidence that soldiers involved in the June 30, 2014, killing of at least 12 civilians in a rural area west of Mexico City could argue they had been following orders.

They also indicate that high-ranking military officials knew immediately that something had gone wrong, according to the report from the Miguel Agustin Pro human rights center



At least 38 dead as Philippine ferry capsizes

A ferry loaded with nearly 200 people capsized off a central Philippine Ferry Sinks killing many port on Thursday, officials said, killing at least 38 people in the latest of the country's long string of maritime tragedies.

Up to 33 people are missing after the 33-tonne, wooden-hulled Kim Nirvana tipped over shortly after setting sail from Ormoc city at midday, the coast guard said.

Vegetable trader Reynante Manza, 45, cried as he recounted how the 33-tonne vessel suddenly rolled to one side as it reversed course shortly after backing out of the pier of Ormoc, pulling down his wife and many others under the water.

"It rolled while attempting to turn around swiftly. I am alive because I jumped overboard as soon as it happened," Manza told reporters.

Just a small section of the boat's underbelly, surrounded by rescue boats, was visible above water by late afternoon, according to an AFP photographer. It bobbed above the waves a mere 200 metres (656 feet) from the shore, journalists on the scene said, much closer than the one-kilometre (half-mile) estimate made by local disaster officials earlier



DHS scales back deportations, aims to integrate illegal immigrants into society

The Obama administration has begun a profound shift in its enforcement  In this April 28, 2015, file photo, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, before the Senate Judiciary Committee on oversight of the department. Johnson on Mondayof the nation’s immigration laws, aiming to hasten the integration of long-term illegal immigrants into society rather than targeting them for deportation, according to documents and federal officials.

In recent months, the Department of Homeland Security has taken steps to ensure that the majority of America’s 11.3 million undocumented immigrants can stay in this country, with agents narrowing enforcement efforts to three groups of illegal migrants: convicted criminals, terrorism threats or those who recently crossed the border.



Charleston's Black Leaders Want To See Justice As Much As Forgiveness

Two days after Dylann Roof allegedly murdered nine African-Americans Members of the clergy wait to enter the funeral service of Rev. Clementa Pinckney. during a Bible study at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., family members of the victims confronted Roof in a bond hearing. "I will never talk with her ever again. I will never be able to hold her again.

But I forgive you," said the daughter of 70-year-old victim Ethel Lance.



Police Issue 'All Clear' At Washington Navy Yard

"At this time, there is no evidence of gunshots. There is no evidence of a Police vehicles block off a road near the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, D.C. A lockdown is underway at the Navy Yard campus after a report of an incident. shooter.

And there's no evidence of any victims today," District Mayor Muriel Bowser said at a news conference.

The U.S. Navy also confirmed there was no sign of a shooting. "All personnel OK," the Navy said in a tweet.

"Follow-on NCIS investigation ongoing."

The report that came in at 7:29 a.m. ET resulted in a lockdown/shelter-in-place at the Navy Yard.



How Salt + Car Battery = Clean Water

It's easy to take clean, safe water for granted. It just flows out of taps A woman in Yatta, Kenya, explains how to make clean water using a car battery and just the right mixture of salt and water. continuously — even in drought-ridden California. But for hundreds of millions of people around the world, clean water is a luxury.

In many places, even patients in hospitals and kids at school don't have water that's safe to drink.

Now, an unlikely partnership of an outdoor equipment manufacturer and a global health NGO is trying to change that. They've engineered a clever device that can make chlorine from just water, salt and a car battery.

It's called the SE200 Community Chlorine Maker, and it uses technology developed by the military for water purification in remote areas.



Islamic State militants 'destroy Palmyra statues'

The Islamic State group has published photographs of militants destroyingThe destroyed statues bore similarities to those previously displayed at Palmyra's museum what it says are artefacts looted from the ancient ruins of Palmyra in Syria. Six statues are shown being hit with sledgehammers while a crowd looks on.

The jihadist group said the statues had been seized from a smuggler, who was pictured being whipped as a punishment.

Meanwhile, the UN's cultural agency has said antiquities plundered by IS from sites in Iraq and Syria have ended up with collectors in the UK. Syria's antiquities director Maamoun Abdelkarim said on Thursday the IS group had destroyed a 2,000-year-old statue of a lion from the Palmyra ruins.

Mr Abdelkarim called the destruction of the three-metre (10ft) statue, known as the Lion of al-Lat, "the most serious crime [IS has] committed against Palmyra's heritage."



California law decried after black woman's 'lynching' arrest

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — When Sacramento police arrested black  In this photo taken Friday June 19, 2015, state Sen. Holly Mitchell, D-Los Angeles, speaks before the Senate at the Capitol in Sacramento, Califactivist Maile Hampton over her role in a Black Lives Matter protest in January, they didn't charge her with obstructing traffic, trespassing or disturbing the peace.

They charged her with felony lynching.

No one was killed or even hurt in the demonstration. But the 20-year-old woman was booked under a 1933 section of the California penal code that applies the word "lynching" to the crime of attempting to seize someone from police custody.

While the offense was later downgraded to something more conventional, the use of the lynching charge incensed many community leaders and led California lawmakers to unanimously vote to strike the term from the books. The measure won final approval last week and is now before Gov. Jerry Brown.



A Tennessee store put up a "no gays allowed" sign — and it's totally legal

After the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriagein all 50 states, a The storeowner's actions invoke memories of similar signs that were used in the South prior to the Civil Rights Movement to enforce segregation, which is now illegal under federal in Grainger County, Tennessee, put up a sign with a terrible message: "No gays allowed."

Jeff Amyx, a baptist minister who owns Amyx Hardware & Roofing Supplies, told WBIR 10 News that he put up the sign because he's religiously opposed to gay and lesbian couples, and that he has no intent of taking the sign down.



20 Years Ago, Mount Zion AME Was Set On Fire. Last Night, It Burned Again

On Tuesday evening, flames engulfed the 100-year-old Mount Zion AME, Fire crews took two hours to control the blaze at Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church in Greeleyville, S.C., on Tuesday. a historically black church in Greeleyville, S.C. Authorities are still investigating the cause.

Mount Zion is the latest in a string of black churches in the South that have gone up in flames since nine people were killed at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.

Tuesday's fire is especially poignant, and painful, for many. Twenty years ago, the same church was burned to the ground by members of the Ku Klux Klan.



DOJ subpoenas airlines over keeping ticket prices high

Washington (CNN)The Justice Department has sent subpoenas to several DOJ sends subpoenas to airlines over ticket prices 01:09major airlines as part of an investigation into "possible unlawful coordination" to limit capacity increases, and thereby keeping ticket prices high, a department spokeswoman said Wednesday.

The department sent civil investigative demand letters to airlines on Tuesday, Justice spokeswoman Emily Pierce said.

At issue is whether different airlines are coordinating to keep capacity -- the number of seats available on planes -- stable, having the effect of keeping ticket prices high.



Apple conspired to fix e-book prices, US court rules

Apple conspired with publishers fix the prices of electronic books, a US Apple CEOfederal appeals court has ruled.

In a 2-1 vote, the court said Apple broke antitrust laws when it entered an e-book market then dominated by Amazon. Circuit Judge Debra Ann Livingston said the price-fixing meant Apple "found an easy path to opening its iBookstore".

"While we want to put this behind us, the case is about principles and values," Apple said. "We know we did nothing wrong back in 2010 and are assessing next steps."

The US Justice Department said publishers involved in the conspiracy included Hachette, HarperCollins, Penguin, and Simon & Schuster.

The department said that the price collusion meant that some e-book prices rose from $9.99 to up to $14.99.



Court Revives Defunct NSA Mass Surveillance Program

A federal court has revived the National Security Agency's bulk collection NSAof Americans' phone records, a program that lapsed earlier this month when sections of the Patriot Act briefly expired.

The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court approved a government request to renew the dragnet collection of U.S. phone metadata for an additional five months—a timeframe allowed under the Freedom Act, a newly enacted surveillance reform law that calls for an eventual end to the mass spying program exposed by Edward Snowden two years ago.



Distraught people, Deadly results

It was not yet 9 a.m., and Gary Page was drunk. The disabled handyman  Marilyn Covarrubias, mother of Daniel Covarrubias, outside police headquarters in Lakewood, Washington, May 11, 2015. had a long history of schizophrenia and depression and, since his wife died in February, he had been struggling to hold his life together.

That bright Saturday morning in March, something snapped. Page, 60, slit his wrists, grabbed a gun and climbed the stairs to his stepdaughter’s place in the Pines Apartments in Harmony, Ind.

He said he wanted to die. And then he called 911.

“I want to shoot the cops,” Page slurred to the dispatcher, prodding his stepdaughter to confirm that, yes, he had a gun. “I want them to shoot me.”

Minutes later, Page’s death wish was granted.

Two Clay County sheriff’s deputies arrived to find that he had taken a neighbor hostage.

They opened fire, striking him five times in the torso and once in the head. Page’s gun later turned out to be a starter pistol, loaded only with blanks.



Cuba stamps out mother-to-child HIV

Cuba has successfully eliminated mother-to-child transmission of both Cuba has successfully eliminated mother-to-child transmission of both HIV and syphilis, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.HIV and syphilis, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.

The head of the WHO, Dr Margaret Chan, called it one of the greatest public health achievements possible.

It follows years of efforts to give pregnant women early access to prenatal care, testing and drugs to stop these diseases passing from mother to child. The WHO hopes other countries will be able to achieve the same.



Still She Rises: Misty Copeland Makes History With American Ballet Theatre

In a promotion announced Tuesday, the American Ballet Theatre named Misty Copeland (center) performed in the Washington Ballet production of Swan Lake in April. Misty Copeland as the first black female principal dancer in its 75-year history.

Copeland had previously been a soloist with the ABT, the premiere dance company in the U.S.

The promotion comes months after Copeland made another mark, performing the lead role of Odette/Odile in Swan Lake alongside another African-American dancer, Brooklyn Mack of the Washington Ballet. She recently made her New York debut in the role.

Copeland, 32, didn't begin in ballet until she was 13, when she was persuaded to take a free class at a Boys & Girls Club that was being taught by Cindy Bradley of the San Pedro City Ballet.



Ku Klux Klan plans rally at South Carolina statehouse

Tempers flared today during counter-protests over the Confederate flag at Republican Gov. Nikki Haley has issued a statement criticizing the rally.the South Carolina state house in Columbia just as the Ku Klux Klan was announcing plans for a pro-flag rally in the capitol city. According to The Post & Courier, Klan member USA TODAY

The Ku Klux Klan plans to rally in July in response to calls to remove the Confederate flag from South Carolina Statehouse grounds. "We will be at the Statehouse in Columbia, S.C., standing up for our Confederate history and all the southerners who fought and died against federal tyranny," an automated message on the Loyal White Knights's answering machine said.

Republican Gov. Nikki Haley has issued a statement criticizing the rally.



Death toll rises to 86 after military plane crashes in Medan, Indonesia

Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN)The death toll in the Tuesday crash of a military Indonesian air force plane crashes in Northern Sumatra transport plane in Medan, Indonesia, has risen to at least 86, according to an Indonesian Red Cross official. Zukifli, the official, said 86 bodies had been recovered from the crash site.

The recovery operations continue and the number is likely to rise, said Zukifli, who uses only one name. Air Marshal Agus Supriatna, Indonesia's air force commander, said the C-130 Hercules initially took off from Jakarta's Halim Perdanakusuma Airport on Tuesday with 122 people aboard -- 110 passengers and 12 crew members.

But it is not certain how many people were on the plane when it crashed. It made two stops along the way to Medan, in Pekanbaru and Dumai.

Smoke rose among scorched buildings in Medan after the plane crashed near a residential neighborhood. Local television broadcast images of crowds gathering around the smoldering wreckage of the plane amid damaged buildings and a charred car.



Panel urges ex-Green Beret hero out of Army with VA benefits

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — An Army officer who was accused of tracking In this Jan. 4, 2011 file photo, U.S Army Capt. Mathew Golsteyn, right, is congratulated by fellow soldiers following the Valor Awards ceremony for 3rd Special Forces Group at Fort Bragg, N.C. Golsteyn, who was accused of tracking down and killing an unarmed bomb-making suspect in Afghanistan, is being recommended for an honorable discharge even though the military panel that looked into the case determined his conduct was unbecoming an officer. The Fort Bragg panel reached the finding late Sunday, June 28, 2015. (James Robinson/The Fayetteville Observer via AP)down and killing an unarmed bomb-making suspect in Afghanistan is being recommended for an honorable discharge even though a military panel that looked into the case determined his conduct was unbecoming an officer.

The military panel at Fort Bragg reached the finding late Sunday concerning Maj. Mathew Golsteyn.

Army Special Forces Command spokeswoman Maj. Allison Aguilar said Monday that if the decision is upheld by a review board Golsteyn would be discharged under honorable conditions allowing him to keep nearly all veteran's benefits.



Marilyn Mosby: 'I'm Not Conflicted About Charging The Freddie Gray Cops. I Did the Right Thing.'

There's no back-pedaling happening here.

Marilyn MosbyIn an interview with Vogue, Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby made it clear that she meant every single word she uttered at her press conference in May, when she announced the charges her office would bring against the six officers who arrested and detained 25-year-old Freddie Gray.

A detainment that resulted in Gray's death and sparked outrage about police brutality in African American communities.

It was a tense moment, but Mosby described how she was cool about it and was more concerned with getting the job done.

"I don't think I felt the weight of the case stepping up to that podium," Mosby admitted to Vogue. "I was thinking: 'I’m doing the right thing.'"



Benghazi Emails Put Focus on Hillary Clinton’s Encouragement of Adviser

WASHINGTON — Hillary Rodham Clinton told reporters last month that Hillary Clintonthe memos about Libya she received while secretary of state from Sidney Blumenthal, a longtime adviser whom the Obama administration had barred her from hiring, had been “unsolicited.”

But according to officials briefed on the matter, email records that Mrs. Clinton apparently failed to turn over to the State Department last fall show that she repeatedly encouraged Mr. Blumenthal to “keep ’em coming,” as she said in an August 2012 reply to a memo from him, which she called “another keeper.”

All or part of 15 Libya-related emails she sent to Mr. Blumenthal were missing from the trove of 30,000 that Mrs. Clinton provided to the State Department last year, as well as from the 847 that the department in turn provided in February to the House committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya.



FBI investigating a series of arsons at black churches

A series of fires at African-American churches across the US south has Authorities have confirmed that at least three of the fire were intentionally set prompted the FBI to investigate whether the blazes are related.

Last week six fires hit black churches in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina and Tennessee.

Three have been ruled arsons and the others are still under investigation. "They're being investigated to determine who is responsible and what motives are behind them," FBI spokesman Paul Bresson told BuzzFeed News. No one has been hurt in the fires, but many of the churches were completely destroyed.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is also assisting local authorities in the arson investigations.

J Britt Johnson, an FBI spokesman in Atlanta, said the agency is investigating whether the arson at God's Power Church of Christ in Macon, Georgia, was a hate crime.



US TV network NBC fires Donald Trump over Mexico comments

US TV network NBC is cutting ties with Donald Trump over "recent Donald Trump made the controversial comments while announcing his presidential campaign derogatory statements" that the veteran businessman made about immigrants. NBC said the company would now not be airing the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants that are co-owned by Mr Trump. Responding to the announcement, Mr Trump said he would consider suing NBC. Earlier this month, he accused Mexicans of adding drugs and crime to the US as he announced he was seeking the Republican presidential nomination. "They're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists, and some I assume are good people, but I speak to border guards, and they tell us what we are getting," he said in his speech on 16 June.


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Democrat "1832" & Republicans  "1854"       It's time for a party that represent the 100%




Chief Justice John Roberts, who read much of his dissent aloud from the bench, a sign of his deep displeasure, called the opinion’s reasoning “unprincipled.”

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Arrogance Disposition of

Supreme Court Justices

invalidates their effectiveness




Protesters rallied to have the flag taken down on Tuesday

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Charles Cotton

NRA executive suggests slain Charleston pastor to blame for gun deaths

Charles Cotton is the epitome of what is

wrong with America



 Nicholas Taft Thomas in an undated police handout photo

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Consistency in "Cops Lying" and inconsistency in State By State Legal  Adjudication



“Even the drugs of choice will connect to what the mental illness is,” Petacque-Montgomery told me. People with severe depression might use cocaine “to lift their mood.”

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Historically Harsh & Unjust Legal System



Torrential rains have already given the state its wettest month on record, according to Texas A&M climatologists. And extreme river and creek flooding has broken many records, and swept away hundreds of homes.

Texas floods: Enough rain to cover entire state with 8 inches of water in May 6/1/15

A valid Water Movement System

used to mitigate Drought, Flooding & Wildfires



Charleston's Black Leaders Want To See Justice As Much As Forgiveness

Forgiving doesn't void the wrong doing

Each individual has the right to choose to forgive or not forgive a mal Members of the clergy wait to enter the funeral service of Rev. Clementa Pinckney. that was committed on their person or on their loved one's person.


to forgive does not nullify or void that actual act of wrong doing and therefore the full brut of the law must continue it's course to satisfactorily seek and attain


There are some wrongs that are wrongs that human beings cannot forgive.

Those with dark hearts ought not benefit from the willingness of some to forgive...

in fact, it is the act and actions of non forgiveness that ought to cause the dark hearts to think.






Court Revives Defunct NSA Mass Surveillance Program

Quietly we creep.... silently we revert back to the wrongs

SSSSSHHHHHHHHH..... don't say this loudly.... we need to keep this on the low low.

NSA" The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court approved a government request to renew the dragnet collection of U.S. phone metadata for an additional five months "

When we see the acts and actions by our elected officials appearing to act in the faith of the citizens...

what  we are really observing is a facade that lasts as long as it takes to back door any actual act that was used to fool the citizens into believing that "good action" was taken.

Just wait a few months then pass amendments to change the law back to what it was that caused the citizens to demand the removal of all elected officials.

If you close your eyes.... they will commit theft

If you turn the other cheek.... the will do it again

If you say nothing.... nothing will change.






Marilyn Mosby: 'I'm Not Conflicted About Charging The Freddie Gray Cops. I Did the Right Thing.'

Playing by their rules equals huge scrutiny

States & City's District Attorneys all around this nation for the past Marilyn Mosby200 plus years have set the foundation with regards as to whom would be charged for a crime and who would not...

now that we have new skin color and new genders in these roles acting in the same manner as all of their predecessors......

we see how the good old boy behave when their designed system is wielded by the new ones.

Control over all equals huge power and now that new people are sitting in the seats of power....

"should we be more concerned"

or should we be encourage that perhaps the new ones will wield the power in a way that may be construed as


Marilyn Mosby....

so long as your following the law and the rules....

doing the right thing ought not be your response because your actions will be guided by the law and the rules.






Benghazi Emails Put Focus on Hillary Clinton’s Encouragement of Adviser

The Epitome of "I follow my own rules"

Hillary Clinton's long history of constant conflict is based on hers and her husband's unwillingness to follow the rules of any kind.

The constant refusal to be part of the team as appose to being the one that refuses to follow all the rules established for others have place both Clinton's in circumstances that caused them to

"Lie & Deceive".

Poor judgment by Bill placed him in front of a microphone having to admit a lie about receiving fellatio from a intern, and it was this most embarrassing acquiescence that reverberates to this day.

For Hillary, poor judgment placed her in the position to admit her actions as being wrong when voting in favor of authorizing former president Bush authorization to take this nation into war.

Now we have Hillary representing her refusal to follow the rules associated with simple emailing state's business via the states network with a callous mis judgment of convenience.

It is this demand for convenience that has cause so much attention and the person that she was directed not to hire has now been outed as one of her good outside sources with regards to foreign matters even as Hillary intimated that his advise was initiate by him and not solicited by her...

"another lie".






Benefits Of Sports To A Child's Mind And Heart All Part Of The Game

Personality Development increases when interacting more people

Think about a bowl of marbles with the understanding that all of the Amy Roegler and her husband, Octavio Herrera, live with their young kids, Jake and Alyssa, in Los Angelesmarbles are contacting one another and what you will begin to understand is that when human beings are constantly contacted by a large number of people, each person adjusts to the many different people that the person is connected too.

The same analysis can be assigned to how a person's personality either grows or how a personality remains limited in the ability to get along with many different types of people.

In sports, every child on a team adjusts to the many personalities that each team has... thereby ensuring that a child personality adjusts to the many types of people that he/she will interact with all their long lives.





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Greek debt crisis: IMF says extra 50bn euros needed


Amadeus to buy Accenture's Navitaire for $830m


Sunnis Flee The Islamic State, But Still Fall Under SuspicionSunni women who fled violence in Iraq's western province of Anbar settle at a mosque in Baghdad in April. Many Sunnis have moved out of areas controlled by the Islamic State, a Sunni extremist group. However, the displaced Sunnis are often treated with suspicion when they move into mostly Shiite areas like Baghdad.


IMF warns of huge financial hole as Greek vote loomsAnti-Euro protesters scuffle with riot police at the European Union Representation offices in Athens, Greece, on Thursday.


How a white supremacist tapped into a Jewish fortuneYahoo Finance Exclusive: Earl Holt started giving money to GOP pols after marrying the widow of a Jewish businessman


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Stoppage time own goal sinks England against Japan in World Cup semi“It’s OK to cry.”


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Boko Haram guns down 97 people praying in mosques in NigeriaBrittany “Bree” Newsome says she’s proud after climbing a flagpole and removing the Confederate flag outside the South Carolina statehouse.




In Saudi Arabia, An Uphill Fight To Out-Shout The Extremists

Saudi's Silence created their current extreme circumstances

Saudi actor Nasser al-Qasabi, at left, appears in a scene from his TV show Selfie, which satirizes ISIS. He's received death threats in reaction to the series, which airs on a Saudi-owned channel.Saudi Arabia condoning of the radical Islamism for decades have provided the road into their kingdom by the same individuals whom the allowed on their streets as a location of


Now..., just as the rest of the world has begun to realize that there aren't any rationalizing with the radicals....

Saudi Arabia is also finding their kingdom


Saying nothing while others suffer will eventually cost you the same suffering by the same individuals whom

inflected pain on others that you chose not to defend.






Huge crowds for Berlin Gay Pride after historic U.S. ruling

Equality minus the restrictions because you are "X"

Gay Pride PeradeTrue Individual Equal Rights is the word


under every category for any circumstances.

President Obama,

4 years ago, opened the door to equal rights when he, during an interview, said that he had evolved to understand and accept gays as equals with the equal right to love and get married.

Since that moment,

a movement began, and it was Obama's Presidential words that removed the conscious constraints surrounding the throats of so many other elected officials not strong enough to admit their true thoughts regarding gay rights.


America has set yet another measure for every nation around the world to acknowledge and mimic.

Every Individual should be under one and only one category and that category is called a






Ukraine crisis: Yanukovych regrets bloodshed in Kiev

Viktor Yanukovych proves to be very "Stupid"

 Viktor Yanukovych says he still fears for his life in exile in Russia Former Ukrainian President was once called
"an extremely stupid man"
by one of his own people and his subsequent actions that sent Ukraine down a spiraling path of destruction that lead to the annexing of part of his own nation after he fled to the arms of Russia's Putin,

is now finally accepting responsibility for his criminal acts and actions,,,


the place that I believe he ought to be is in

an extremely abusive jail.

I find it interesting how leaders of all nations protect criminal leaders of other nations by not calling them

A Criminal.






The VA's Broken Promise To Thousands Of Vets Exposed To Mustard Gas

So..., When has the V. A. actually done the right thing for vets?

Three test subjects enter a gas chamber, which will fill with mustard gas, as part of the military's secret chemical warfare testing in March 1945From WWII to now.... the V. a. has made promises to all who have served this nation by sacrificing their very lives in many cases...,

and 75 years later, yet another outlandish discovery of the

unscrupulous experiments conducted on those who served voluntarily.


once again, it isn't the V. a. that has made promised and avoided actually carrying them out....

it is the human beings who sit in the seats of power representing the V. a. and they bring personification of

human flawed character to the forefront when

we speak of the V. a. as being

"All Fucked Up".

Inexcusable to learn that the human abuses took place 75 years ago immolate the same degree of human abuses that take place in these days with the manipulation of scheduled appointments that lead to death for neglect for some vets.

No Consequences....

No Change.






14 brands of bottled water recalled due to possible E. coli

Bottled Water... and Ecoli... "WHAT?????"

He added that the company had terminated its relationship with Far Away Springs, the water source.

Say it ain't so..... bad water that is supposed to be cleaner than any tap water that you pay for via your water bill each month....

It kind of defeat the purpose when paying for water in a bottle with the expectation that the water is less germs than tap water,

actually ends up being the water that causes one extremel sick.

Perhaps its poetic justice for the many people

who choose to spend money on bottled water when tap water

is free anywhere but out of your own tap.





Confederate flag protests spread across US

The Winds of Change... Changed the Quite to the Voisterous

Protesters rallied to have the flag taken down on Tuesday

Have you noticed the change in the wind as of the past week?

The 21 year old who destroyed many lives in South Carolina this past week has in fact driven the voice of change

that is now shouting loudly for the

removal of the symbol of racism that has dogged

this nation for 400 years, and that symbol of racism is the

Confederate Flag and the voices that are demanding change

are many Whites who have for more than 200 years...,

have said nothing and did nothing.

The significance of the these white voices demanding change

is the manner in which those who truly believe in racist ways

can no longer hide among the whites who say nothing

and I say all of that to say this.

The Sign Is Now.

We are seeing the beginning of the true

American Single Voice

and I call this

The American Party.

These are truly interesting times.

Free and Fair Minded Whites are taking a stance and I say it is a very welcomed movement that will allow the non whites in America to join with them....

and together, we are now the true American Dream,

One Nation,

and we now can call

America the







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Deceptive practices yield no consumer compensation


A well known ploy by communications company is the practice of enticing consumers with a lot of promises with regards to their products, and then changing the rules that cause the consumer to suffer huge emotional displeasures when the consumer attempts to get satisfaction when complaining.

In this instance, AT&T promised unlimited data use then intentionally slowed down the data stream once a consumer reaches a certain point, thereby nullifying the stated agreement and now the government has chosen to fine AT&T for this deceptive practice, but

what does the consumer actually get for their suffering?

Each contract that was a victim of a breach of trust should receive the entire month's charges plus interest for their pain and suffering from the purposely designed deception by AT&T.







Lindsey Graham on Charleston shooter: 'It's him ... not the flag'

A contributor to Racism based on flawed foundation

"The president has said before he believes the Confederate flag belongs in a museum. That's still his position," Eric Schultz said.Lindsey Graham recently was asked whether or not the Confederate Flag ought to be removed from the South Carolina's Capital and his response was so poor that I concluded that the foundation of Lindsey Graham's character is that of a racist.

For a man that just thru his hat into the ring to run for the office of the United States Presidency, his response suggests that he is incapable of compassion for any non white Americans and his lack of understanding of the impact of the history of the confederacy to this day... validates that Lindsey Graham has a racist foundation seeded in loyalty to his racist family's past.

It is the lack of conscientious awareness of the year 2015 in which Lindsey lives that will ensure that those like him are nothing more that living relics from America's worst past.







Confederate Flag 'Has To Come Down' In S.C., NAACP Leader Says

Flag of the Confederate... what will it mean in 2115?

Cornell William Brooks

A Century is nothing more than a blimp of time when we consider the length of time a nation exists.

100 years ago, on this day, a black man could be lynched on any street pole without 1 person being held accountable as they gather and cheer his violent death.

Today, 100 years later, a black man is the President of this same nation that authorized the legalization to kill black people without being charged.

100 years from this day..., based on the current American Demographic serge of the non white American Citizen, the ratio of 100% white American to the non 100% white American will surely change the disposition of this once unbalanced and extremely racist nation to the extent that whites will find themselves in the minority and therefore,

find the whites in America susceptible to the same abuses that they orchestrated for more than 500 years.







Toyota's Top Female Executive Arrested In Japan On Drug Charges

Ignorance of a Nation's Laws is an unacceptable response

Julie Hamp

When traveling outside of the U.S., one should always make themselves abreast of any and all laws regarding the Nation that one travels too.

Similar to the U.S.'s laws associated with the treatment of woman and it's pertinences for Muslims who treat woman as servants that could quickly lead to jail time for a Muslim who abuses his wife, Americans must also realize that Asian Nations are particularly stringent when it comes to its drugs and the possession thereof.

For a top executive to claim unawareness of wrong doing by packing bags of pills under other items that she mailed to herself in an Asian Nation is a bit of a stretch for me to accept.

Ignorance or is it Deception?

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High ranking doesn't mean





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Walking Through The Eyes


When You Understand

Your Heart,
The Eyes Of Life

Will Not Matter To You

I was a very young and strong man,

a man that was scouted

as a top athlete by

professional organizations prior

to my graduating high school,

as well as being scouted

by the top engineering college

in the U.S.


as a student majoring in

Architectural Engineering.


of those two possible successful roads

ended up being my avenue of life.

I subsequently found myself

meeting a young woman,

and not 2 months after or first meeting,

she chose to stop taking

her birth control pills,

neglecting to inform me, thus,

3 months after our meeting,

I was informed that

I was going to be a father.


Not a uncommon beginning

to a young talented man’s life,


to the subject of this article,

I developed a inner degree of

believing in myself


who I am as a person,

to be able to write this short document.


4 Months into a relationship

isn’t anywhere near enough time

to know and understand a person

well enough to decide to marry a person,

which I did in my case,


the subsequent next 5 years of my life

was predictable…, in a word



The details are inconsequential,

suffice it to say,

I walked away from my marriage

with a damaged heart,

not because of my love for my,

then wife,

but for the two children

that I loved with all my heart.


The Next 20 years of my life,

I developed a mental understanding

of my required presence in my children’s life,

and its that required presence

in my children’s life that I taught myself the philosophy of
“Walking Through The Eyes”.


It seemed that each time

I would travel to visit my children

from distances of anywhere between,

4 & 5 hours of free way driving,

I would arrive at the home that

my kids mother lived,

and as I was allowed inside to pick up my

son and daughter

to go to a movie and have a pizza,

I would be met with 3 to 5 sets of


looking me up and down,

with piercing fierce focus.


The 3 to 5 sets of eyes were the eyes of

my “x” sisters, or friends,

who all seem to have just finished

talking about me as if I were some type of “disturbed child molester”,

and the collection of woman were just finished lambasting my existence,

as I walked up to the door.

The Atmosphere of hate and visual intimidation was thick enough to smell and feel,

and the coarseness with which I was

subjected to was intentional,

in a collective effort to punish me for

some deep hate that a woman has

for the man that chose to leave

her for any reason what so ever.


It’s the overwhelming force of the evil eyes

that would cause the average man

to opt to stay away from visiting his children,

and I know of many men who have.



I would tell myself

that my singular purpose of being physically

in the presence of the hate filled glares…,

of woman who seem to always

have just finished pow wowing

about what type of piece of crap I was…,

my purpose and my focus

was to see the two living entities

that filled my heart with

so much love that the force of the evil eyes,

just didn’t matter.


I taught myself, as being the

Outside Dad”,

how to walk through the eyes,

which is simply my focusing on

my reason for actually having to

knock on the door…,

my purpose was to see my children,

and have my children see their dad.


My Children were my responsibility and

they needed to see and

understand their dad,

they needed to hear me laugh,

see my smile,

hear my voice and touch my hand,

look into my eyes, and

simply understand my personality.


Understanding that my role,

as a father,

in their lives mattered immensely,

to who they were going to be,

what type of character they were going to have, what type of expectations that I have of them, what I will allow and not allow

in their daily behavior,

all of these things and many more,




having this understanding of my role in my children’s life,

my necessity to be a father,

outweighed my feelings of fear

of any two eyes,

especially fear of eyes that had no control

of my love for my two reasons for living.


I walked through the eyes

for many years,

to include the eyes of my “x” parents,

whom actually,

thanked me later in my children’s lives,

they thanked me for being a strong

dad and father to their grand kids,

after all those years of walking through

their eyes.


My Kids Grand Parents thanked me

because they recognized that it was their own daughter that was an issue and

my presence in my children’s lives

was the presence that allowed them to

survive a bad mother.

In fact,

it was the eyes of my children’s grandparents that eventually seen me

for who and what I truly am,

a strong man,

a man of great character,

and it’s my great character that

they see in their grand kids.


Know your heart

and know your character,

because if you do,

Walking Through The Eyes

will never be difficult


you will always attain your goals.



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Slavery By Another Name...
an excellent documentary that specifically discusses the treatment of
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IS suicide bomber attacks Saudi Shiite mosque, killing 21 5/23

Saudi Arabia's first....

and more to come


For thousands of years, the rich and powerful have ruled the Muslim Lands and today, it is the poor that are designing their own interpretation of who is and who is not a true Muslim.


Thousands of years ago, the many different
Muslim Clan of people remained separated based on
traditions, racism, bigotry, sexism,
all encouraged by the religious rulers,
the rich and powerful, and
those who sat in the seats of power.


What is a Muslim Nation?


Who Fights for Syria...,
not the citizens of Syria for they were never identified as the citizens of Syria.


Who Fights for Egypt...,
not the citizens of Egypt for they were never identified as the citizens of Egypt, and when Egypt will require a nation to stand as one,
who with Egypt call?


Who will Saudi Arabia
reach out to for help... now that it is their mosques that are behind destroyed and their citizens that are being slaughtered in the same manner that they have been observing
for decades.


Who will Saudi Arabia call for help when the destruction take place and the war takes over Saudi Arabia?


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or by choosing not to defend the very
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Phil MickelsonNearly $3 million transferred from golfer Phil Mickelson to an intermediary was part of "an illegal gambling operation which accepted and placed bets on sporting events," according to two sources and court documents obtained by Outside the Lines.

Mickelson, a five-time major winner and one of the PGA Tour's wealthiest and most popular players, has not been charged with a crime and is not under federal investigation. But a 56-year-old former sports gambling handicapper, acting as a conduit for an offshore gambling operation, pleaded guilty last week to laundering approximately $2.75 million of money that two sources told Outside the Lines belonged to Mickelson.


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Well, almost. "After the midterm elections, my advisers asked me, 'Mr. President, do you have a bucket list?' And I said, 'Well, I have something that rhymes with bucket list.'"

The audience started to get the joke.

And then the president continued: "Take executive action on immigration. Bucket. New climate regulations.

Bucket, it's the right thing to do."

Add to that list: Normalizing relations with Cuba and pushing through trade legislation by teaming up with Republicans and taking on unions. That's no joke.

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Nah, nah, nah, nah, nah, nah.

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