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Friday, September 21, 2018

2020: Terry McAullife Not Ruling Out POTUS Run

Former Virginia governor and Clinton loyalist Terry McAuliffe is reportedly not ruling out running for president in 2020.

While visiting Iowa on Tuesday, McAuliffe told the Associated Press, “I don’t rule anything out.” He said that he will focus on the 2018 midterm elections and then “make some tough decisions through the ned of the year and into the first quarter of next year.”

In an interview with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews earlier in the year, McAuliffesaid “you’d have to pick him up off the floor” after Matthews asked what McAuliffe would do if Trump invaded his personal space.


BREAKING NEWS: EXCLUSIVE, Major Drug Bust In Ocean City Involving Johnny Harrison

I think we ALL know how well the "Good Ol' Boys" can keep things quiet, especially when it comes to one of their own. Nevertheless, SBYNews has always been the leader in exposing the biggest news on the Shore.

Johnny Harrison, son of John Harrison, (Harrison Hotels) in Ocean City home in South Point was raided early yesterday morning in which they found a boat load of drugs and more. 

Sources claim it is the biggest raid in Worcester County's history allegedly involving plants, drugs and lots of money. It's my understanding another individual, Michael Cluster was also arrested. 

While it is never our intent to harm anyone, it is what it is in this case. We deliver the facts and truth while the rest of your media keeps their mouths shut and covers up this kind of crap. I would've exposed this yesterday but had to await confirmation, which I just received. Let's see if it hits your 5 or 6 PM evening news. 

This is being posted at 3:16 PM on Friday September 21st 2018. 

Disgraced Broward County Sheriff Fundraises for Democrat Andrew Gillum

Democrat gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum is taking criticism for accepting fundraising help from disgraced Broward County Sheriff Steve Israel.

The Sun Sentinel released a report showing that Israel was supporting Gillum via ” a fundraising breakfast” for him in Fort Lauderdale.

Andrew Pollack, father of Meadow Pollack–who was slain the February 14, 2018, Parkland high school shooting–responded by partially blaming his daughter’s death on Israel’s lack of “leadership.” His observation is based on the fact that one of Israel’s deputies, Scot Peterson, arrived at the scene of the shooting roughly 90 seconds after it began but did not enter the building the building to confront the gunman.


The drive to sink Kavanaugh is liberal totalitarianism

If Senate Democrats and their media allies manage to destroy Brett Kavanaugh, they will bring America one step closer to a new, liberal style of totalitarianism.

I don’t use the “T”-word lightly. I’ve spent years pushing back against those who fling it about in free societies like ours. But totalitarianism doesn’t require cartoonish, 1984-style secret police and Big Brother. The classical definition is a society where everything — ethical norms and moral principles and truth itself — is subjugated to political ends.

By that measure, the Democratic campaign to block Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, based on a hazy, uncorroborated, decades-old assault allegation, tends toward the totalitarian. Certainly, it has many of the elements of abusive politics that Americans normally associate with foreign lands untouched by the light of liberty and reason:

An (initially) anonymous accusation, surfaced at the 11th hour, seemingly calculated to strike terror into the hearts of Kavanaugh and his family members and supporters? Check! That came in the form of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s cryptic statement last week, confirming that she had “received information from an individual concerning the nomination” of Kavanaugh but declining to offer any details.


Sources: Nellie Ohr Is Refusing To Appear For Congressional Deposition

Nellie Ohr, the wife of Justice Department official Bruce Ohr, is refusing to appear before Congress for a closed-door hearing that was scheduled to take place this Friday, sources tell The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Ohr, who worked for Fusion GPS, the firm behind the Steele dossier, was scheduled to appear for interviews during a joint session with the House Judiciary and House Oversight & Government Reform committees. But two congressional sources said that she is not cooperating with the requests and will have to be subpoenaed to compel her appearance.

The sources also said that former FBI general counsel James Baker is not cooperating with the committees’ request for an interview.

“The Committee continues to seek the testimony of Nellie Ohr and Jim Baker and will compel their testimony if necessary,” an aide to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte told TheDCNF.


Tonight At Trader Lee's

Service with a smile!! Rita will be bartending tonight (and every Friday) @ Trader Lee's, stop by and say hello! It’ll be a fun night with music by The Swell Fellas, and The Rouge Citizens

'I should have fired him before I got here': Trump regrets not axing James Comey right away

Donald Trump said Tuesday that his main regret from the James Comey saga is failing to fire him months earlier than he did.

The president cut loose his FBI director in May 2017, a decision that led to the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller following a series of media leaks by a disaffected Comey.

'If I did one mistake with Comey, I should have fired him before I got here. I should have fired him the day I won the primaries,' Trump told The Hill.

'I should have fired him right after the convention, say, "I don’t want that guy." Or at least fired him the first day on the job. ... I would have been better off firing him or putting out a statement that I don’t want him there when I get there,' he said.


Senate Judiciary Twitter Account Drops Fact Bombs On Democrats

The Senate Judiciary Committee struck back at Democrats Thursday for suggesting Republicans are stifling further investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after he was accused of sexual assault in high school.

California researcher Christine Blasey Ford alleged Kavanaugh attempted to forcibly take her clothes off while he was drunk at a party in high school. She alleged Kavanaugh’s friend, Mark Judge, was in the room at the time and witnessed everything. Ford is calling for an FBI investigation into the incident before she will agree to testify to her charges in front of the Judiciary committee.

Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island alleged that GOP members of the committee are misdirecting Americans about the committee’s activity relating to an investigation into Kavanaugh. The GOP “wants to hang Dr. Ford out there on her testimony alone without any benefit of corroborating evidence.”


Breaking News: Rod Rosenstein, the official who appointed Robert Mueller, once proposed secretly taping President Trump and removing him via the 25th Amendment.

Mr. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, made these suggestions in the spring of 2017 when Mr. Trump’s firing of James B. Comey as F.B.I. director plunged the White House into turmoil.

He made the remarks in meetings and conversations with other Justice Department and F.B.I. officials. Several people described the episodes, insisting on anonymity to discuss internal deliberations.


Dem Leader Tells Crowd: “Vote early and often – whatever you can get away with”

“I shouldn’t say that, but I really don’t care”

A St. Clair Democrat leader told a crowd to “vote early, vote often, whatever you can get away with” during a rally in Caseyville this past weekend.

“J. B. Pritzker, he’s going to win. He’s going to win big,” says the announcer. “But he won’t win if we don’t get out and vote. We need the early vote. Like I say, we can play East St. Louis, vote early, vote often. Whatever you can get away with. I shouldn’t say that, but I really don’t care.”

The remark prompted outbursts of laughter from some in the crowd.

The video was posted by the Illinois Republican Party.


In Big Win for Trump, U.S. Sanctions Cripple Iranian Oil Exports

By Javier Blas (Bloomberg) — Aggressive and undiplomatic, certainly, but also extremely effective. With nearly 50 days to go before new U.S. oil sanctions against Iran enter into force, President Donald Trump has already managed to crush the country’s petroleum exports, dealing severe economic damage to Tehran.

Iranian oil exports have plunged about 35 percent since April, the month before Trump ripped up the diplomatic deal that Barack Obama negotiated to curtail Tehran’s nuclear program and announced new oil sanctions.

“Iranian oil exports are coming down pretty hard,” said Roger Diwan, a veteran oil analyst at consultant IHS Markit Ltd.


Farm Workers Voted 5-1 to Leave Union

California farm workers voted out their union by a 5-1 margin in 2013, but state regulators withheld those results until a federal court ordered them released.

Employees at Fresno-based Gerawan Farming voted overwhelmingly to cut ties with the United Farm Workers union in a decertification election five years ago. The extent of the union's defeat, however, was not known until Tuesday when the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB) finally released the results. The ballots cast showed that 1,098 employees voted to leave the union, while only 197 voted to stay—a margin in excess of the 640 ballots the union sought to disqualify, which played a major role in the ALRB decision not to tally the vote.

Gerawan said allowing the public and workers to know the results of the secret ballot election gives a clear picture of a workforce at odds with union leaders, leaving "no doubt what our employees want." The company called on the ALRB to affirm the right of its workers to decertify UFW as its collective bargaining representative.


Dem Sen pops off on men: ‘Just shut up!’

“I just want to say to the men in this country, just shut up! And step up. Do the right thing for a change.”

Democrat Sen. Mazie Hirono apparently doesn’t care much for the opinions of men when it comes to sexual harassment.

Speaking to reporters today, the angry Hawaiian popped off, telling men to “just shut up.”


Question of the Day

CIA Sources Killed After China Allegedly Hacked Hillary’s Emails

Did China use Hillary’s hacked emails for assassination list?

This is a scandal so huge that it could blow all of the other Clinton scandals totally out of the water. It is being alleged that 18 to 20 CIA sources were either killed or imprisoned in China from 2010 to 2012 because the Chinese were reading all of Hillary Clinton’s emails as soon as they were sent or received.

Attorney General Frosh Reminds Marylanders of Federal Law Allowing Free Credit Freeze and Thaw

BALTIMORE, MD (September 20, 2018) - Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh is encouraging Maryland residents to take advantage of a new federal law effective September 21, 2018, that gives consumers the right to place a freeze on their credit reports and temporarily or permanently remove the freeze without charge.

"There have been hundreds of millions of personal data records lost or stolen due to data breaches over the last 10 years,” said Attorney General Frosh. “Placing a freeze on your credit is one of the most effective methods of protecting yourself and your children from becoming victims of identity theft.”

Read more in the full press release:

Flashback: Dems Demanded Russia Probe Transparency From Obama

‘They should declassify as much of it as possible,’ Schiff said in 2016

Democrats flipped their lid after President Trump announced the declassification of documents related to the Russia investigation on Tuesday, but were calling for total transparency in 2016 while Obama was still president.

Democrat leadership, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (NY), Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (NY), ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff (Calif.), and Vice Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee Mark Warner (Va.) sent a letter to heads of U.S. intelligence agencies begging them to disobey Trump’s declassification orders.


Ground beef producer issues recall due to deadly E. coli

Cargill Meat Solutions issued a recall of 132,606 pounds of ground meat due to a deadly E. coli outbreak, the US Department of Agriculture said Wednesday.

Eighteen people have become sick with E. coli illness linked to this meat. One of them died.

The recalled meat, which may be contaminated with E. coli, is from the chuck portion of the carcass and was produced June 21. The USDA inspection mark on the package says "EST. 86R" inside. The products have been distributed nationwide.

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, illnesses have been reported in four states: Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts and Tennessee. The sick individuals began experiencing symptoms between July 5 and 25.
Symptoms of E. coli begin between one and 10 days after consuming contaminated food or drink, but most people become sick three to four days after exposure, the CDC says.

The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service "is concerned that some product may be frozen and in consumers' freezers. Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them.


Breaking News: President Trump challenged Judge Brett Kavanaugh's accuser, saying if a sexual assault "was as bad as she says," charges would have been filed.

President Trump, in a Twitter post, asked the woman, Christine Blasey Ford, to produce contemporaneous law enforcement reports “so that we can learn date, time, and place!”

"Retirement Crisis": The Typical Working American Has Nothing Saved For Retirement

A startling new report issued by the non-profit National Institute on Retirement Security found that despite the "recovery" of the last decade leading to all time highs in the stock market, the savings levels of Americans who seek to retire are "deeply inadequate". In fact, the median retirement account balance among working individuals was found to be $0.

The report notes that retirement savings have been, and will likely be, correlated closely with income and wealth. The study found that individuals with retirement accounts generally have more than three times the income than those without accounts.

The report found that more than 100 million Americans that are of working age don’t have any retirement account assets in an employer sponsored 401(k) type plan, individual account, or pension, at all.


Chicago Officials HALT Obama Library Construction, Reveal Sweetheart Rent Deal

The Obama Foundation will pay a mere ten dollars for a century-long lease.

The Chicago Park District has put a halt to preparations being made for the Obama Presidential Library until after a federal court reviews a lawsuit filed by Chicago residents, and federal agencies assess the transfer of historic public land to a private entity.

But in the meantime, permits and agreements filed by Chicago city officials, and with the Chicago Department of Transportation, reveal a sweetheart rent deal that any Chicago renter (or landlord) would certainly envy: the Obama Foundation will pay a mere $10 for a 99-year lease on what is supposed to be a public park.


Our Sincere Condolences To Salisbury Police Chief Barbara Duncan & Family

Mrs. Duncan unfortunately lost her her husband Richard this past weekend. 

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Grassley Sends Letter to Feinstein Demanding Copy of Unredacted Letter Christine Ford Sent Feinstein in July

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley is on a roll.

Senator Grassley (R-IA) sent ranking member of the Judiciary Committee, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) aletter demanding an unredacted copy of the letter accuser Christine Blasey Ford sent Senate Democrats in July.

Grassley suggested Feinstein deployed Christine Ford’s letter strategically for political gain after sitting on it for seven weeks.

Feinstein also circulated Christine Ford’s unredacted letter to her staff –which of course was subsequently leaked to the media–Grassley, the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee says he still hasn’t seen the unredacted letter even though he has after repeatedly asked for the document.


GREGG JARRETT: If Rosenstein Defies Trump’s Declassification Order, He Should Be Fired For Rank Insubordination

If Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein defies President Trump’s declassification order, he should be fired for rank insubordination says FOX News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett.

On Monday, President Trump issued an immediate declassification order of the 20 redacted Carter Page FISA docs and other records related to the Russia probe.

The Democrats immediately got to work to stop the truth from getting out to the public–they are running scared!

Ranking member of the House Intel Committee Adam Schiff said Trump’s declassification order “crossed a red line.”


Trump Weighs In On The Single Worst Mistake In American History

In a wide ranging interview with The Hill on Tuesday conducted in the Oval Office, President Trump was asked to give his take on the biggest mistake in American history.

Considering just how open-ended a question that is, it's perhaps surprising that he merely went back less than a couple decades into the Bush presidency, though Trump's base will certainly welcome it as it hearkens back to his "America First" foreign policy vision of the campaign trail.

“The worst single mistake ever made in the history of our country: going into the Middle East, by President Bush,” the president during his interview with Hill.TV.


STUNNING ADMISSION: Democrat Leaders Reveal Top Trump Intel Officials Agreed to Keep Information from President Trump

In a shocking letter intended to undermine President Trump, and his authority over the Executive Branch, multiple high ranking Democrats sent a letter ordering intelligence agencies to ignore Trump’s order to declassify numerous documents involving the Russia investigation until consulting with Congress.

The intelligence agencies serve at the pleasure of the president — and this clearly crosses the line separating the branches of government.

The letter was signed by Rep. Adam Schiff, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Senator Mark Warner, and Senator Charles Schumer and sent to Director Coats, Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein and Director Wray.


FBI Had "Two Sets Of Records" On Trump Investigation; Comey, McCabe Implicated: Carter

Journalist Sara Carter told Sean Hannity during his Wednesday radio show that the FBI has two sets of records in the Russia investigation, and that "certain people above Peter Strzok and above Lisa Page" were aware of it - implicating former FBI Director James Comey and his #2, Andrew McCabe.

Hannity: Sara, I’m hearing it gets worse than this–that there is potentially out there–if you will, two sets of record among the upper echelon of the FBI–one that was real one that was made for appearances. Is there any truth to this?

Carter: Absolutely, Sean. With the number of sources that I have been speaking with as well as some others that there is evidence indicating that the FBI had separate sets of books.

I will not name names until all of the evidence is out there, but there were certain people above Peter Strzok and above Lisa Page that were aware of this. I also believe that there are people within the FBI that have actually turned on their former employers and are possibly even testifying and reporting what happened inside the FBI to both the Inspector General and possibly even a Grand Jury.


Papadopoulos Bombshell: PRESIDENT OBAMA, Brennan and Clapper ALL KNEW I Was Being Spied On!

George Papadopoulos, the Trump campaign volunteer targeted by the Deep State and foreign spies let loose last night and stated that he was targeted by US allies and “Obama knew”!

Papadopoulos tweeted on September 13th that the Brits met with him often before the 2016 campaign –
While I have never met a Russian official in my life knowingly, the British government liked to meet me quite often throughout the campaign. Including Tobias Ellwood, who was right under Boris Johnson, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Papadopoulos notified the FBI that he thought Aussie diplomat Downer was illegally taping him –
Besides the fact that I notified the FBI a year ago about my suspicions that Downer was illegally recording my conversation with him. The lead up to the meeting with Downer in London was even more bizarre.

After Papadopoulos humiliated British PM Cameron in the press, Downer wanted to meet –



Yearbook photos completely destroy credibility of Ford’s story

Watch as Alex Jones covers Christine Blasey Ford’s apparent high school yearbook photos, filled with references to drunken promiscuous parties where the attendees were not able to remember what happened, which someone was trying to scrub from the Internet.

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A whopping five high school yearbooks show that not only did Ford attend wild parties that make Animal House look tame, but she was a prominent participant and even a leader.

These shocking developments, including a celebration of drinking to amnesia, completely impeach her already baseless claims against Brett Kavanaugh.


Grassley demands Feinstein turn over letter from Kavanaugh accuser: 'I cannot overstate how disappointed I am'

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley on Wednesday unloaded a torrent of criticism on Sen. Dianne Feinstein for her handling of the sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, telling the ranking Democrat on the committee, "I cannot overstate how disappointed I am."

Saying Feinstein "chose to sit on the allegations until a politically opportune moment," Grassley demanded she immediately turn over an unredacted copy of the letter from Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, that Feinstein received July 30.

Feinstein, D-Calif., shared the letter with federal authorities and other senators only last week, days before a key Judiciary Committee vote on Kavanaugh's confirmation, after a leak about the letter was published in The Intercept. Republicans have accused Democrats of orchestrating that leak.

Grassley, R-Iowa, who called the document a "significant piece of evidence in Judge Kavanaugh's confirmation process," said that despite multiple requests, he still has access only to a redacted copy of the letter included in supplemental background materials provided by the FBI to a select group of senators.


Kavanaugh tells Senate panel: I want a hearing to 'clear my name'

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh says he plans to push ahead and appear at a Senate hearing set for Monday, despite lawyers for the woman accusing him of sexual assault saying she won't be there.

Kavanaugh sent a letter Thursday to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, saying he wanted to attend the Monday hearing to "clear my name."

"Thank you for the invitation to appear before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary on Monday, September 24. I will be there. I look forward to the opportunity to testify before the Committee," Kavanaugh wrote.

Kavanaugh noted that during a private phone call with Judiciary Committee staff on Monday of this week he had requested a hearing as soon as the following day.

"I continue to want a hearing as soon as possible, so that I can clear my name," Kavanaugh said.

Chicago Set To Offer $350 Million ObamaLand Center 99-Year Lease For Just $10

The Obama foundation is set to receive a 99-year lease to build its Presidential Center in Chicago's Jackson Park, according toChicago Business.

The ordinance will go before the City Council on Thursday, along with an ordinance that covers use of the roadways surrounding the center.

Under terms of the agreement, the Obama Foundation will be responsible for maintaining and keeping in good repair the grounds and buildings, while the City of Chicago will own the buildings and grounds. By contrast, the 11 official Museums in the Parks all have agreements in perpetuity. The foundation will pay the city $10 for the 99-year agreement. -Chicago Business


'She Denied It to Bill's Victims': Juanita Broaddrick Blasts Hillary Calling for 'Due Process' on Kavanaugh Accuser

Juanita Broaddrick, who alleged then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton raped her in 1978, blasted Hillary Clinton for hypocrisy in demanding due process for a woman who accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.

Broaddrick, a retired nursing home administrator from Van Buren, Ark., said that all accusers deserve to have their case adjudicated, and that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford should attend a hearing on Monday on her matter.

When asked about accusations against her husband, Clinton said on MSNBC that people "need to take each of these situations on their own merits," and that there should be "due process for everyone involved."


Thank God Its Friday 9-21-18

What will you be doing this weekend?

Florida Dem Slammed U.S. Weeks After 9/11 Attacks

Less than a month had passed from the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and Lauren Baer, then a student at Harvard University, was calling the American response to the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 a "moment of hypocrisy," attacking its "shameful history," and hoping for a "more humble and humane" America to emerge.

Baer, who went on to work in the Obama administration as a senior adviser in the State Department under both Hillary Clinton and John Kerry and is currently running for Congress, wrote a column every two weeks for theHarvard Crimson. Her October 10, 2001, column, "From Hypocrisy to Humanity," was highly critical of the United States, criticizing some of those who responded to the attacks.

"Some people speak of wanting an America to emerge from these events that is stronger and more proud," Baer wrote. "I wish to see an America emerge that is humbler and more humane."

She also wrote that America had a "shameful history" of standing up for its values.

"At the same time that America calls on the world to ardently preserve our sacred values, it must live up to a shameful history of having so rarely stood up for those values itself," Baer wrote.


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HUGE Yard Sale Sat Sept 22

HUGE Multi-family Yard Sale
Sat Sept 22, 7am - noon
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27765 Nanticoke Rd
Salisbury MD

Childrens clothing, toys, books, educational materials, homeschooling items

kitchen items, SINKS (brand new in box), dishes, pans

Clothing of all sizes!


Sports equipment

Home decor


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White Existence Is a Crime, Says South African BFL Party Spokesperson

Black First, Land First spokesperson Lindsay Maasdorp has told the author of this article and others about the controversial party that my “existence is a crime.”

Remember folks: white people are not being targeted in South Africa and President Trump and others who suggest otherwise are conspiracy theorists!

From Daniel Friedman,, “White existence is a crime, says BLF spokesperson”:

The BLF spokesperson has posted views reflecting his party’s belief that all white people in South Africa are criminals by virtue of their existence.

Black First, Land First spokesperson Lindsay Maasdorp has told the author of this article and others about the controversial party that my “existence is a crime.”

He also repeated his party’s slogan, “land or death.”

[…]Maasdorp’s assertion that, as a white person, “my existence is a crime,” provides some insight into the party’s apparent belief that, due to the theft of land by white people during colonisation and apartheid, all white South Africans are therefore criminals, regardless of when they were born and what their political views, history or affiliations may be.

At the recent land hearings held in parliament, Mngxitama called for section 25 of the Constitution to be scrapped entirely to ensure that all land owned by white people is returned to their black counterparts.


Thursday, September 20, 2018

Keith Ellison In Heated Battle With Republican Challenger As Poll Shows Candidates Tied In Attorney General Race

Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison is in a heated battle with Republican challenger Doug Wardlow as both candidates are tied for the attorney general race in Minnesota, according to a poll released Sunday.

KSTP/SurveyUSA conducted the poll between Sept. 6 and Sept. 8 and found both candidates had 41 percent of support with 14 percent undecided, KSTP reported Sunday. The poll comes less than two months away from the midterms in November.

“Ellison is vulnerable in a way other Democrats are not,” political scientist Steven Schier told KSTP.

Ellison was accused of domestic abuse toward former partner Karen Monahan by Austin Monahan, 25, her son, The Daily Caller News Foundation previously reported.


Report: Chain Migration Used to Import Entire Family Villages of Foreigners

The New York Times is admitting that the process known as “chain migration” — whereby newly naturalized citizens can bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives to the U.S. — is being used to import entire small villages of extended foreign families.

The Times published a report on two men from India that have used the U.S. legal immigration system to bring their entire extended families to the country for no other reason than the fact that they are related.

The Times reports how one legal immigrant from India was able to eventually bring nearly ten foreign relatives to the country with now more than 90 family members benefiting from chain migration:

The young engineer arrived in America when he was 23 with a good education and little else. He landed a job at a nuclear test site, and built a home in Nevada. Between the 1970s and the mid-1980s, he brought his wife, mother, five sisters and a brother over from India, his native land. [Emphasis added]

In later years, his siblings sponsored family members of their own, and their clan now stretches from Nevada to Florida, New Jersey to Texas — more than 90 Americans nurtured on the strength of one ambitious engineer, Jagdish Patel, 72. [Emphasis added]


Wyoming hunting guide fatally mauled by grizzly bears

A Wyoming hunting guide was fatally mauled and his client was injured when a pair of grizzly bears attacked them Friday, officials said.

Authorities later euthanized two grizzly bears, a mother and a cub, who wildlife managers believe killed guide Mark Uptain and wounded his client Corey Chubon near the Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks border, according to USA Today.

“All available evidence indicates that these two bears were the bears involved in the Terrace Mountain attack,” Wyoming Game and Fish Department spokeswoman Rebekah Fitzgerald said in a statement Sunday.

Uptain and Chubon were attacked by bears as they field dressed the elk they had shot Thursday but were only able to find Friday, officials said. The bears “aggressively charged” the men and didn’t touch the dead elk, Teton County officials said.


How to Delete a Facebook Page

Have you ever created a Facebook page, only to find yourself not needing it anymore and wondering how to delete it? You're not alone.

A Facebook page is different from a profile, though. Your user profile represents you as an individual where you can interact with friends and maintain control over the privacy of the information you share. A page is a public representation of a person, place, organization, group, or something else anyone on Facebook can like to follow its posts.

Follow these steps to learn how to remove a Facebook page and wait for it to be permanently deleted.

Make Sure You're an Admin of the Page You Want to Delete

Only users assigned the role of admin can delete Facebook pages. If you're the one who created the page, you're already the admin by default. However, if you were not the one who created the page, you must have received permission from another admin of the page to become an admin yourself.


President Trump "Never Give Up!"

Bipartisan Letter Demands Info from Google About Data Collection from Children

A bipartisan letter signed by Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI) and Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE) has requested that Google CEO Sundar Pichai provide more information about Google’s collection of data on children.

“It has come to our attention that the data collection practices of YouTube, a subsidiary of Google, may not be in compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA). We were alerted to this issue through a complaint filed by a coalition of 23 child and privacy advocacy groups,” declared the letter. “The FTC complaint alleges that Google’s YouTube has collected and shared the personally identifiable information of tens of millions of children in violation of COPPA.”

Reps. Cicilline and Fortenberry went on to declare that despite YouTube’s policies against children under the age of 13 using the website, it still targets young children and babies with cartoon content and doesn’t try to stop children from using the platform with “safeguards.”


Kavanaugh Accuser’s Lawyer Longtime Dem Donor, Defended Clinton, Franken

Debra Katz, the attorney hired by Christine Blasey Ford to represent her and her claim that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh attacked her at a high school party three decades ago, is a longtime Democratic activist and donor. Katz has, in the past, defended men accused of sexual assault by multiple women, including former President Bill Clinton and disgraced former U.S. Senator Al Franken (D-MN).

And she is a part of the “resist” movement, the anti-President Donald Trump crowd. In an October 2017 interview posted on the National Women Law Center’s website, Katz was asked about sexual misconduct cases.

“Today, in your practice, have you noticed an increase in these kinds of cases or complaints? Why do you think that is?” Emily Martin, vice president for Education and Workplace Justice, asked Katz in 2017.


Grassley rejects FBI investigation, still pushing for testimony from Christine Blasey Ford

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley on Wednesday rejected the idea of having the FBI investigate sexual assault claims against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and said he is still working to have Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, testify in his committee next week.

“No other OUTSIDE investigation is necessary for the Cmte to do its investigation,” Grassley tweeted Wednesday morning. “Don’t know why Dems are refusing to cooperate in the cmte’s investigation I hope Dems will join me.”


Justice Dept Vows To Investigate After Second Veritas Video Exposes "Deep Throat" Types Within HHS

The Department of Justice on Wednesday said it would look into allegations of "misuse of government resources to advance personal interests" after James O'Keefe's Project Veritas released a second video this week exposing "deep state" federal employees pursuing socialist agendas while on the clock at their government jobs.

In the latest undercover video, DOJ paralegal and Democratic Socialists of America member, Allison Hrabar, reveals that there is "a lot of talk about how we can, like, resist from the inside." She discusses a fellow DSA member working from within the Department of Agriculture who is "slowing down" the process by which people are eliminated from the food stamp program.

PV Journalist: “…she mailed it to you in like physical snail mail like post office and then you like got it. That’s like awesome.”

Schubel: “Yeah. It’s kind of like the Nixon, “deep throat” type of thing.”

"We have a member who works for the people who distribute food stamps, and they can, like, take that away, and they’re slowing what they do… What they’re doing means that people are going to be able to stay on food stamps for another month or two, which is, like, really important," Hrabar said.


Female Uber driver suing Bucs' QB Jameis Winston over groping incident

A female Uber driver in Arizona is suing Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston, accusing him of sexual assault.

The woman alleges Winston, 24, grabbed her crotch in the drive-thru of a Mexican restaurant in the Phoenix area in March 2016.

She is seeking more than $75,000 in damages in the suit, filed in Arizona on Tuesday, court documents say.

'She is unimpressed by his continued lack of honesty or awareness into his behavior,' the woman's attorney, John Clune, told the Tampa Bay Times.


Gender X: Bill Adding Third Option on Birth Certificates Passes New York City Council

New Yorkers who do not identify as male or female will be able to change their birth certificates and select a third option -- X -- under a bill passed by the City Council Wednesday and expected to be signed into law by Mayor de Blasio.

The legislation will also mean New Yorkers can change the gender on their birth certificate without a doctor's sign-off -- instead, they will be able to self-attest to their gender identity.


Democrats will impose massive tax hikes if they win Congress

If Democrats take control of Congress in November, they will attempt to impose massive tax hikes in 2019.

With the midterms less than two months away, the Left has vowed to undo the Trump tax cuts as soon as they can and are already pushing new, trillion-dollar-a-year tax hikes. For instance, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has promised to undo the tax reform legislation as soon as possible, even comparing it to Armageddon. Not to be outdone, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., referred to the bill as a “stunning deception.”

While this rhetoric may play well with the liberal base, it is far from the truth. In the real world, the tax reform legislation, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, has been a net positive for taxpayers, with 90 percent of wage earners seeing increased take-home pay. Thanks to the TCJA, a family of four with an annual income of $73,000 will see a tax cut of over $2,000, a 58 percent reduction in federal taxes. This same family of four will see almost $45,000 in higher take-home pay over the next decade, according to the Heritage Foundation.

The tax cuts have grown the economy, and businesses across the country have responded by giving their employees bonuses and pay raises and increasing retirement contributions, child care, and adoption benefits. Job openings are at a record high, while the unemployment rate is at an 18-year low. Quarterly GDP hit 4.1 percent in the second quarter of 2018 and is projected by the Atlanta Fed to remain strong at 3.8 percent in the third quarter. Since Trump took office, the economy is averaging over 3 percent growth — a 50 percent increase compared to economic growth under former President Barack Obama.


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Police Identify Maryland Shooter As Woman, Say She Shot Herself

Police confirmed Thursday the suspect in the Maryland workplace shooting that left three dead is a woman and that she shot herself twice.

Law enforcement officials believe the suspect killed three people and wounded two others at a Rite Aid distribution center in Aberdeen, Maryland, Thursday morning. The suspect reportedly shot herself twice and is alive, albeit hospitalized and in critical condition.

Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler confirmed during a press conference that the shooter used a single weapon and responding law enforcement officers did not fire any shots while making their way through the building and tending to the victims. It is unclear whether the suspect is an employee of Rite Aid.

“There is no additional threat to the community,” Gahler said.


Reasoning About Race

So much of our reasoning about race is both emotional and faulty. In ordinary, as well as professional, conversation, we use terms such as discrimination, prejudice, racial preferences, and racism interchangeably, as if they referred to the same behavior. We can avoid many pitfalls of misguided thinking about race by establishing operational definitions so as to not confuse one behavior with another.

Discrimination can be operationally defined as an act of choice. Our entire lives are spent choosing to do or not to do thousands of activities. Choosing requires non-choosing. When you chose to read this column, you discriminated against other possible uses of your time. When you chose a spouse, you discriminated against other people.

When I chose Mrs. Williams, I systematically discriminated against other women. Much of it was racial. Namely, I discriminated against white women, Asian women, fat women, and women with criminal backgrounds. In a word, I didn’t offer every woman an equal opportunity, and they didn’t offer me an equal opportunity.

One might be tempted to argue that racial discrimination in marriage is trivial and does not have important social consequences, but it does. When high-IQ and high-income people marry other high-IQ and high-income people, and to the extent there is a racial correlation between these characteristics, racial discrimination in mate selection enhances the inequality in the population’s intelligence and income distribution.

There would be greater income equality if high-IQ and high-income people married low-IQ and low-income people. But I imagine that most people would be horrified by the suggestion of a mandate to require the same.

Prejudice is a perfectly useful term, but it is used improperly. Its Latin root is praejudicium—meaning prejudgment. Prejudice can be operationally defined as making decisions on the basis of incomplete information. Because the acquisition of information entails costs, we all seek to economize on information cost.


Stench In Mardela

Did anyone else happen to smell the overwhelming stench in the Mardela area today? It was no chicken house, that's for sure.

FBI, DOJ To Defy Trump Order; Redactions Planned As Top 'Deep State' Dems Demand Insubordination

Despite President Trump's Monday order for the "immediate declassification" of sensitive materials related to the Russia investigation, "without redaction," the agencies involved are planning to do so anyway, according to Bloomberg, citing three people familiar with the matter.

The Justice Department, FBI and Office of the Director of National Intelligence are going through a methodical review and can’t offer a timeline for finishing, said the people, who weren’t authorized to speak publicly about the sensitive matter. -Bloomberg

Trump ordered the DOJ to release the text messages of former FBI Director James Comey, his deputy Andrew McCabe, now-fired special agent Peter Strzok, former FBI attorney Lisa Page and twice-demoted DOJ official Bruce Ohr.

Also ordered released are specific pages from the FBI's FISA surveillance warrant application on former Trump campaign aide Carter Page, as well as interviews with Ohr.

The DOJ and the FBI are expected to submit proposed redactions to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence - which will prepare a package for Trump to sign off on.

"When the president issues such an order, it triggers a declassification review process that is conducted by various agencies within the intelligence community, in conjunction with the White House counsel, to seek to ensure the safety of America’s national security interests," a Justice Department spokesman said in a statement. "The department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are already working with the Director of National Intelligence to comply with the president’s order."

The agencies are likely to cite national security concerns over revealing classified "sources and methods" pertaining to the Russia investigation - which will put them in direct conflict with Trump's order. Trump, as president, has the power to override the agencies and declassify material on his own.

Trump's order to release the documents comes after months of requests from GOP lawmakers, while the DOJ has repeatedly denied their requests for more transparency.

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Maryland Fishing Report: September 19

For those who work hard, a day off is a precious opportunity to spend time the way we want. Few activities afford us the peace to be had dangling a line in the water and being with our thoughts. Sometimes fate smiles on us and we actually have one of those days where everything works in our favor.

Some upcoming events offer some opportunities for anglers of all ages.

National Hunting and Fishing Day will be celebrated from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 22 at the Washington County Izaak Walton League in Clear Spring. Maryland Department of Natural Resources staff will be there to run a casting clinic and answer questions about fishing around the state, along with shooting sports demos and hunter safety clinics.

The Second Annual Rod and Reef Slam Tournament will be held Sept. 22 at various artificial and restored oyster reef sites along the Eastern Shore. This is a catch, release and photo tournament.

Note to anglers: The Talbot County section of Bill Burton Fishing Pier State Park will be closed to the public until further notice while the staff installs new lighting fixtures. The trails and parking lot will remain open.

Forecast Summary: Sept. 19-25

As we leave the remnants of Hurricane Florence in our rearview mirror and the first day of fall comes this weekend, the fishing pattern will be similar to last week. The cool, rainy and windy weather has kept water temperatures cool and well mixed, providing favorable conditions for rockfish. Anglers should continue to seek the best combination of clear, cool and oxygenated waters, which will be evenly mixed from the surface down into deeper waters.

At the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration buoys, water temperatures are cool and should remain stable all week, with Annapolis and Gooses Reef both at 78 degrees, and Point Lookout at 79 degrees. Expect poor water clarity from the high flows coming from most rivers and streams. The Susquehanna River’s muddy water will likely extend below Swan Point with poor water clarity also found at Annapolis and Gooses Reef. There will be above average tidal currents Thursday through Tuesday as a result of the full moon Sept. 26.

For the full weekly fishing conditions summary in your area, please be sure to check out Click Before You Cast.

Upper Chesapeake Bay

Despite some breezy conditions over the weekend, sunny skies prevailed and a few fishermen found places to tuck in and fish. The lower Susquehanna River is running hard as flows from the Conowingo Dam are brisk, and may increase if the upper Susquehanna watershed gets a lot of rain. Despite these conditions, there is some decent action for striped bass by casting topwater lures, crankbaits and swimbaits.

Waters remain stained and chumming, chunking or live lining spot are the most productive ways to dial in on striped bass suspended along channel edges. Swan, Love and Podickory points continue to be go-to locations as are the Francis Scott Key Bridge and Bay Bridge. Bluefish are showing up in chum slicks and also are cutting up spot baits.

There is some exciting breaking fish action as a mix of bluefish and small striped bass chase schools of bay anchovies. The mouth of the Chester River and Magothy River have been two places where a lot of this action is taking place. Jigging underneath the surface action can often produce larger striped bass.

The Bay Bridge is providing plenty of striped bass action with some bluefish thrown in for good measure. The rockfish have been suspended at about 20 feet but are being lured to the surface at times when bait is being swept along in the swift currents. Jigging, casting topwater lures chunking and live lining spot have all been good ways to fish.

Spot can still be found in the shallower parts of the tidal rivers and the west side of the Bay Bridge in about 15 feet of water on hard bottom. White perch are also in the mix as are channel catfish. Cooler water temperatures have also lured white perch back to shallower shoreline structure areas as well as striped bass in the mornings and evenings.


Bombshell: Kavanaugh Accuser’s Salacious High School Yearbooks Scrubbed

Christine Blasey Ford’s yearbooks describe wild sex parties, blackouts, erotic male dancers

Christine Blasey Ford’s high school yearbooks, which are filled with references to drunken promiscuous parties where the attendees were not able to remember what happened, have been scrubbed from the Internet.

The Cult of the First Amendment blog was able to save copies of the yearbooks before they disappeared.

Christine Blasey Ford claims that Judge Brett Kavanaugh “physically and sexually assaulted” her during a party in the early 80’s when she was 15 and Kavanaugh was 17, although two other people Ford claims were present when the assault happened have denied that it ever happened.

Ford’s yearbooks, which cover her sophomore, junior and senior years, the exact time frame when she claims the assault happened, portray a debauched environment of constant binge drinking and partying.


OC Resident Holds Would-Be Burglar At Gunpoint Until Police Arrive

OCEAN CITY — A Pennsylvania man was arrested on malicious destruction of property and intoxicated endangerment charges last week after allegedly attempting to break into a downtown residence and being held at gunpoint by the resident until police arrived.

Around 9 p.m. last Thursday, Ocean City Police Department (OCPD) officers were dispatched to a residence on Dolphin Street for a reported breaking and entering in progress. Upon arrival, three OCPD officers retrieved their patrol rifles from their vehicles, while a fourth officer drew his handgun.

While the officers were approaching the residence, a female victim stepped outside and told them there was a man attempting to break in the back door and her husband was holding the suspect at gunpoint. All four officers entered the residence and found the male victim holding a black semi-automatic pistol and pointing it toward the back door.

OCPD officers observed a suspect, later identified as Aaron Dill, 38, of York, Pa., at the back door and licking the glass. According to police reports, the OCPD officers pointed their weapons at Dill and gave him commands to get on the ground. The officers also ordered the male victim to put down his gun and he complied, putting the handgun on the coffee table.


Officials hold a news conference on the shooting in Maryland.

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Salisbury, MD ~ We are conducting several focus groups on Monday, September 24 in Salisbury. The groups run 2 hours (6PM & 8PM) and pay $125 for participating. You'll be reading, writing and sharing your opinions in a group setting. Topic is local issues.

Please click on the following link for the pre screen or call us directly at (619)806-6273 for more information on attending.

You must speak with our staff and be verbally scheduled for the group to attend. Not all that apply will be called and selected to participate. We will not accept any walk-in participants.