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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Issa Demands Lerner's Business-Related Personal Emails

House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa has demanded that former Internal Revenue Service (IRS) official Lois Lerner, a key figure in the IRS targeting scandal, give the committee any emails from her personal account that she might have used to conduct official business.

Issa sent a letter Tuesday stating that the committee's investigation of the issue has shown that Lerner sent some official documents to her personal email address, The Hill reports.

That "raises concerns" about whether the committee can thoroughly ascertain Lerner's role in the targeting affair merely from official emails, Issa said in the letter that was also signed by Ohio GOP Rep. Jim Jordan, chairman of the Oversight subcommittee on Regulatory Affairs.

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O’Malley To Announce Replacement Of 81-Year-Old Dover Bridge On Eastern Shore

Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) planned to announce on Friday a $50 million commitment to replace the Dover Bridge, an 81-year-old swing-span structure on Maryland’s Eastern Shore that has become a symbol of the state’s inability to fund its transportation needs.

The existing bridge across the Choptank River just outside Easton has long been prone to mechanical malfunctions, resulting in colossal traffic backups. Despite strong support for replacing the bridge among local lawmakers, the project stalled under O’Malley and two previous governors.

“I’ve been fighting for a new Dover Bridge since 1994,” said state Sen. Richard F. Colburn (R-Dorchester), one of several lawmakers briefed about O’Malley’s plans to move forward with a replacement. “I couldn’t be more ecstatic.” 

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21 Facts About America's Surging Government Dependence

The percentage of Americans that are economically independent has dropped to a stunningly low level. In order to be economically independent, you have got to be able to take care of yourself without any assistance from anyone else. Unless you are independently wealthy, that means that you either have your own business or you have a full-time job. Unfortunately, as you will see below, the percentage of Americans that are self-employed is at an all-time record low and the percentage of Americans with a full-time job has declined to a level not seen in about 30 years. As a result, more Americans than ever find themselves forced to turn to the government for assistance.

When you add it all up, about half of all Americans get money from the government each month these days. And yes, there will always be poor people that cannot take care of themselves that need help, but when you have more than half of the population dependent on the government that is a major problem. You see, the truth is that our independence is systematically being taken away from us and we are steadily being made serfs of the state. And once you become a serf of the state, it is very hard to resist anything the government is doing in a meaningful way. After all, the money that you are getting from the government is enabling you to survive. In essence, your allegiance has been at least partially purchased and you may not even realize it.

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275% Change In Foreclosure Rates In Maryland

While housing markets across the country are recovering from the deepest throes of the foreclosure crisis, others are just stumbling into it -- and they aren't exactly the places you'd expect.

States like Maryland, Oregon and New Jersey, which maintained relatively stable markets after the housing bubble popped, saw new foreclosure filings climb by double- and triple-digit percentages in July, according to RealtyTrac.

In Maryland, for example, new foreclosure filings skyrocketed 275% compared with a year earlier. When it came to overall foreclosure activity, including default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions, the state had the second highest foreclosure rate in the nation, after default-riddled Florida. 

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The Blow That Killed America 100 Years Ago

“There is a lot of ruin in a nation,” wrote Adam Smith. His point was that it takes a long time for nations to fall, even when they’re dead on their feet. And he was certainly right.

America took its fatal blow in 1913, one hundred years ago; it just hasn’t hit the ground yet. This is a slow process, but it’s actually fast compared to the Romans. It took them several centuries to collapse.

The confusing thing about our current situation is that America – and by that I mean the noble America that so many of us grew up believing was real – has long been poisoned. Its liver, kidneys, and spleen have all stopped functioning. Its heart beats slowly and irregularly. But it still stands on its feet and presents itself as alive to all those who would let their eyes fool them.

And I’m not without sympathy for those who want to believe. They find themselves in a world wherepolitics is almighty, and where their comfort, prosperity, and perhaps their survival all hang in a delicate balance. They don’t want to upset anything, and questioning the bosses is a good way to get yelled at.

But just because someone wants to believe doesn’t make it so. We are not children and we are not powerless. We Producers should never be intimidated by those who live at our expense. So let’s start looking at the facts.

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Maryland-Developed ‘Cube’ Promises Weather-Resistant Low Cost Electricity

A decade ago, on Aug. 14, 2003, an estimated 45 million Americans in the northeastern United States temporarily lost power. More recently, in October 2012, about 8.5 million Americans lost power in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. A new device now promises to provide affordable environmentally-friendly protection against devastating power outages.

The PowerSERG 2-80, also known as the Cube, is expected to reach the market in 2014, developers announced today. Just slightly larger than a dishwasher and running off a minimal amount of natural gas, the first edition of the Cube will generate 25 kW at about one-tenth the cost and one-tenth the size of current commercial fuel cell systems. Unlike traditional generators, it can power a home, business or machine 24/7, not just during an outage. It was developed by Redox Power Systems, a Maryland company founded to commercialize fuel cell technology developed by Professor Eric Wachsman of the University of Maryland Energy Research Center (UMERC), according to a University of Maryland and Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute news release.
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Meet The Meshnet: A New Wave Of Decentralized Internet Access

Across the US, from Maryland to Seattle, work is underway to construct user-owned wireless networks that will permit secure communication without surveillance or any centralized organization. They are known as meshnets and ultimately, if their designers get their way, they will span the country.

- From the New Scientist article, Let’s Start the Net Again
In the wake of the NSA spy revelations, many people have become disillusioned or despondent regarding the seemingly unstoppable pervasiveness of the surveillance state. I am not one of those people. As James Baldwin famously stated: “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.”

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U.S. Postal Service Revamps Priority Mail Program

WASHINGTON (AP) — The financially struggling U.S. Postal Service is revamping its priority mail program as part of its efforts to raise revenue and drive new growth in its package delivery business.

The agency is now offering free online tracking for priority mail shipments, free insurance and date-specific delivery so customers know if a package will arrive in one, two or three days.

Postal officials say they expect the changes to generate more than a half-billion dollars in new revenue annually. The changes — including redesigned boxes and envelopes — are effective immediately.

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THE GRUESOME STORY OF A MURDERED TENNESSEE COUPLE YOU MAY HAVE NEVER HEARD – BUT THAT YOU WILL NEVER FORGET

After a radio caller made him aware of the extremely disturbing story of Christopher Newsom and Channon Christian in Knoxville, Tenn., Glenn Beck researched the case and was horrified at what he found.

Though the details are hard to hear, Beck told the couple’s story in excruciating detail during his show on TheBlaze TV Tuesday. The killings occurred in 2007; however, Beck says the media failed to give the case adequate coverage due to special interests or negligence.

Newsom, 23, was a standout baseball player who was working as a carpenter. Christian was a 21-year-old student at the University of Tennessee. The happy couple had been dating for a couple months.

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Epworth To Host Free Skate Day Aug. 18

Epworth UM Church will host a free Skate Day from 2 to 6 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 18, at 19285 Holland Glade Road, Rehoboth Beach. There will be a beginner’s clinic, skate contests, live music, and food and drink for sale. Everyone is welcome. Skaters under 18 must be registered by a parent or guardian. For more information go to www.eumcrb.org/sk8.

A beginner skateboarder is shown picking up some tips from a veteran at the July 28 Skate Day.
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OBAMA IS A ‘SNAKE’ AND ‘WE HAVE TO TURN ON HIM’ SAYS…

Film director Oliver Stone—who has made no secret of his liberal political views—called President Barack Obama a “snake” for his role in National Security Agency spying programs that have become, he said, more about silencing protestors than finding terrorists.

“Obama is a snake,” Stone told an audience in Tokyo on Monday. “He’s a snake. And we have to turn on him.”

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CARSON: Can You Trust Anybody Anymore?

When babies are born, they have little choice but to trust their caregivers, who are usually the parents. As they mature and are able to distinguish one person from another, they tend to show great preference for the parents with whom they have bonded. A trusting relationship develops that should remain intact throughout life, barring violation of that trust. Unfortunately, in some cases, the baby or young child suffers abandonment, abuse or some other form of emotional injury, and the trust is violated. Often the relational rupture cannot be repaired or requires extensive explanations and alteration of behavior to heal.

Relationships between the masses of people in the governing bodies can also be healthy or fractured. For decades in America, a guaranteed laugh line was, “I’m from the government and I’m here to help you.” As things exist now in our country, the situation has deteriorated to the point where this is no longer funny.

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Redskins, Ravens Make The List Of The Top NFL Moneymakers

WASHINGTON - They didn't beat their rival, the Dallas Cowboys, but the Washington Redskins are No. 3 on the list of the National Football League's most valuable sports teams, according to Forbes.com.

Both the Cowboys and Redskins edged out recent Super Bowl champs, the Baltimore Ravens, on the list. The team comes in at No. 9.

The NFL also continues to be the most lucrative sports league in the world, according to Forbes. The NFL's 32 teams are worth $1.17 billion on average, 5 percent more than last year.

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'That '70s Show' Star Lisa Robin Kelly Dead At 43

Lisa Robin Kelly, who rose to fame as Laurie Forman on "That '70s Show" died on Wednesday night, her manager told FOX411.

She was 43.

The actress died in a rehab facility, and her cause of death is still unknown.

"Unfortunately Lisa Robin Kelly passed away last evening. Lisa had voluntarily checked herself into a treatment facility early this week where she was battling the addiction problems that have plagued her these past few years," her manager Craig Wycoff said. "I spoke to her on Monday and she was hopeful and confident, looking forward to putting this part of her life behind her. Last night she lost the battle."

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We Can’t Wait … To Nominate Another Lobbyist

"John McCain can't see or won't acknowledge what's obvious to all of us here today -- that lobbyists aren't just part of the system in Washington, they're part of the problem."

-- Then-Sen. Barack Obama campaigning in Montana, May 19, 2008.

President Obama wants to place a new tax on your monthly cell phone bill to pay for his plan to put WiFi in more classrooms. And all he needs to do it is one more lobbyist in his administration.

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Legislative Watch Website Provides Voting Records For Assembly Members

The website, Maryland Legislative Watch, has released newly aggregatedvoting records for each delegate and senator in the General Assembly. Previously, those votes were not available by member, said founder and coordinator Elizabeth Myers.

The website is not a formal organization, but is a project of Myers’ to highlight bad bills in the General Assembly that the group believes are antithetical to the Maryland Declaration of Rights, raise fees or taxes, or create new crimes, she said.

Myers lives in Anne Arundel County and sought help from volunteers to create an IT process to aggregate the votes.

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Defended Murderers And Pedophiles? New ICE Boss' Background Called Into Question

The acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement is a former criminal defense attorney who represented accused and convicted murderers, sex offenders and pedophiles and fought for the release of violent convicted offenders -- a background some critics say makes him a less than ideal choice to lead the federal government's second-largest law enforcement agency.

John Sandweg, 38, who was recently named acting director of ICE, worked between 2002 and 2009 defending violent criminals in Arizona, and helping then-governor and current Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano raise campaign funds. Critics questioned Sandweg's credentials, with one calling him “in no way qualified” and his appointment the latest example of Napolitano's "blatant politicization" of the agency.

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Gov. O'Malley Announces Appointment To Md Public Service Commission

Governor Martin O'Malley has appointed Anne Hoskins to serve on the Maryland Public Service Commission.

The Governor announced the appointment on Wednesday to fill a vacancy created when commissioner Kevin Hughes was named chairman.

According to state officials, Hoskins has served as senior vice president of public affairs and sustainability for the Public Service Enterprise Group in Newark, N.J., for more than six years. She worked on federal and state government affairs advocacy and policy initiatives in that role. She also advocated for Environmental Protection Agency regulations to reduce pollution from power production.

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OBAMACARE EXEMPTION: NONE DARE CALL IT TREASON

WASHINGTON -- Even by the standards of Washington, this is one sick, twisted and deceitful deal. Quite possibly, it is a whole new low, even for the federal government.

Had we innocent, taxpaying citizens not long ago lost our capacity to be outraged by the disgraceful manner in which this place operates, we would already be in all-out political revolt. Against President Obama. Against Democrats in Congress. And, especially, Republicans.

Literally, revolutionary wars have been fought over less.

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Even Hooters Has Standards When It Comes To Serving Mayor Bob Filner

San Diego Hooters restaurants are laying down the law when it comes to their clientele.

The chain is well-known for busty waitresses and a flirtatious business model — in fact, its female employees must agree to this statement when they are hired: “the Hooters concept is based on female sex appeal.” Keeping all of that in mind perhaps makes the following news all the more interesting.

The chain’s franchises in San Diego, Calif., are putting their foots down when it comes to the mayor of San Diego. As a local Republican official tweeted, the mayor — if he attempts to enter the Hooters chains — will be refused service because of his “disrespectful” conduct:

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AND THEN CHANGE WILL COME

US Healthcare Costs a Global Outlier and Monument to Crony Capitalism

I think the Big Pharma/Health and Big Finance sectors have similar cartel like structures where a few large companies dominate the field, exercising considering political power and the ability to obtain subsidies and protections from the system while fending off regulation and price restraints.

There are others of course, like the energy field from exploration to distribution, often known as Big Oil, but which now includes natural gas and electric energy production and distribution.

The recurring myths of the efficient market and ‘free trade’ are exacting a heavy toll on the general public and the real economy. They provide ideological cover to a favored elite that is acting in the manner of a privileged and extractive aristocracy while beguiling many with the allure of easy money.

The concentration of ownership in the media has become an inhibiting and directing influence in public discourse that is hard to miss.

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Benghazi Was About 400 Surface-To-Air-Missiles Stolen By 'Some Very Ugly People,' DiGenova Says

(CNSNews.com) - Former U.S. Attorney Joe DiGenova, who now represents one of the Benghazi whistleblowers, told a Washington radio station Monday that the real scandal in Benghazi is the theft of 400 surface-to-air missiles by some "very ugly people." The Obama administration fears those missiles will be used to shoot down an airplane or blow up one of our embassies, he said.

Speaking to WMAL on Monday morning, DiGenova blasted President Obama for revealing, at his Friday news conference, the existence of a sealed indictment against a Benghazi suspect or suspects.

Then DiGenova added this bombshell:

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Police See Spike In Heroin Deaths

As many people have died from overdosing on heroin in Montgomery County in the last five months as in all of 2010, 2011 and 2012 combined.

Montgomery County police say at least seven people have died from overdoses of the drug since March, and six of those deaths have taken place since the start of June.

The deaths are not confined to a particular part of the county, and the victims range in age from 19 to 45 years old.
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Duck Dynasty Dad May Run For Elected Office

As Grandpa Phil would say, fans of Duck Dynasty, Republicans and pro-lifers very well could be happy, happy, happy if the political buzz in the Bayou State ia true and his son does indeed chose to run for public office, as reported by Catholic news portal Life Site News on Aug. 11, 2013.

Willie Robertson, the star of the break-out Arts and Entertainment (A&E) surprise hit is giving serious consideration to a run for the Louisiana State Assembly just as soon as current Representative Rodney Alexander vacates his seat to accept a position in the administration of the extremely popular Governor Bobby Jindal.

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Troubled Clinton Foundation Reportedly To Provide Perch For Hillary Amid 2016 Buzz

Former President Bill Clinton's new foundation headquarters -- strategically moved from Harlem to the Time-Life building in communications rich midtown Manhattan -- is about to become the "nerve center" for Hillary Clinton's public life, which is looking more likely to be a 2016 run at the White House.

The New York Times on Wednesday published an in-depth report detailing the move, as well as some of the behind-the-scenes tensions within the Clinton Foundation, which is about to accommodate the work and ambitions of all three members of the immediate Clinton family -- Bill, Hillary and their daughter Chelsea. It is also being renamed the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation.

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11 Liberal Rules For Racism In America

When America was a racist country, Democrats were primarily the ones engaged in racism. However, now that racism has been largely relegated to the fringes of American society (the KKK, the New Black Panthers, the Nation of Islam, La Raza, MEChA, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, American Nazi Party, etc.), the Democrats are constantly wagging their fingers about it. Of course naturally, given the racist history of the Democrat Party, liberals have managed to rig the rules in order to benefit themselves and hurt their political opponents. That’s a pretty neat albeit despicable trick that they’ve managed to pull off.

1) Liberals aren’t held to the same rules as Republicans: When liberals say racist things, it’s just excused out of hand as if it’s no big deal. If Dick Cheney had said, “I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man” instead of Joe Biden, you’d read about it every time he criticized Barack Obama. When Christopher Dodd said, “I do not think it is an exaggeration at all to say to my friend from West Virginia [Sen. Robert C. Byrd, a former Ku Klux Klan recruiter] that he would have been a great senator at any moment. . . . He would have been right during the great conflict of civil war in this nation,” it was shrugged off. On the other hand, Trent Lott ended up resigning from the GOP leadership for making very similar comments about Strom Thurmond.

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11-Year-Old Spends The Summer Mowing Lawns To Raise $16K For Tornado Victims

There are all kinds of kid businesses young people can run in order to rake in a little extra cash — lemonade stands, babysitting gigs, and the time-honored trade of lawn work. But while most whippersnappers take on summer work to rustle up some green for spending money, one Texas boy mowed a whole lot of lawns and gave all the money he made to help victims of the Moore, Okla. tornado.

We’re not talking a few extra dollars here and there, either — a summer’s worth of work pulled in about $16,000 for the 11-year-old boy’s hard work. That’s a good chunk of change that could go toward a car, or a college education. But it’s instead earmarked to help others, reports WAFB.com.

Marylanders Unhappy With Information Flow On Laws, Regs, Taxes

Two thirds of voters are not satisfied with the information they get about Maryland laws, regulations and taxes, according to the results of a mobile phone survey being released Thursday by the OpenGov Foundation.

OpenGov, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization focused on using technology to make public information more accessible, also found that 78% of Maryland voters want advance notification about Maryland policies that will impact them.

“I was actually surprised at how high the level of dissatisfaction was with just the quality of information people were receiving,” said Seamus Kraft, executive director at the organization.

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Britain's Sharia Courts: "You Cannot Go Against What Islam Says"

"There are some who are putting women at risk. And doing so for ridiculous reasons, namely that they are somehow responsible for the abuse they are suffering." — Nazir Afzal, head of the Crown Prosecution Service, northwest England.

A new documentary secretly filmed inside several of the 85 Islamic Sharia Law courts operating in Britain has exposed the systematic discrimination that many women are suffering at the hands of Muslim jurists.

The documentary, Secrets of Britain's Sharia Courts, was filmed by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and was first aired on BBC Panorama, a long-running current affairs program, on April 8.

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A Scandal Bigger Than Benghazi?

In a story that has remained largely under the mainstream media radar, Congress announced late last month that it would finally investigate the Aug. 6, 2011 helicopter crash in Afghanistan that resulted in 38 deaths, including 22 members of SEAL Team 6, made famous three months earlier when they killed Osama Bin Laden. Grieving family members insist that soldiers in the elite unit were placed in unnecessary danger by the recklessness of the Obama administration, whose actions they characterized as criminal. “We’re going to dive into this,” said Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee on National Security.

The families of the slain soldiers have every right to be furious. SEAL Team 6 is a covert unit whose operations are ostensibly classified. As a result, it has never been revealed which members of the team were involved in the killing of the terrorist mastermind, or how many of those same men were among those killed when the Chinook helicopter in which they were traveling was shot down by Taliban terrorists.

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Mosquitoes In Area Test Positive For West Nile Virus

Officials in the Worcester County Health Department say a single sample of mosquitoes from the Ocean Pines area has tested positive for the West Nile virus.

According to health officials, this is the first sample of mosquitoes that has tested positive for the West Nile virus in Worcester County this year. West Nile Virus was first identified in Worcester County in 2003.

West Nile virus is most common during the summer and fall months, health officials say. The virus is transmitted by infected mosquitoes and spread to humans, birds, horses and other animals.

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News Around Salisbury 8-15-13

It's been an interesting week in news. Here's what I found most interesting so far.

WMDT sold their Station for $9,000,000.00. That should make Salisbury News worth at least $20,000,000.00.

Yesterday the news stations talked about someone being convicted for drugs. States Attorney Matt Maciarello was interviewed and told the world that the Sheriff's Department will receive all of the $500,000.00 collected in that arrest. Do tell me WHY they need speed cameras again?????? Oh, that's right, it's for the children.

CORRECTION, Maciarello actually told the Press the following: Wicomico County State's Attorney Matthew Maciarello says the money will go directly towards the Wicomico County Task Force, which is made up of several agencies, including the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office, the Salisbury Police Department, the Fruitland Police Department, and Maryland State Police. They will divide the money up and use it for law enforcement purposes.

WBOC did a story the other day talking about the new water tower in Laurel. They actually flew their helicopter over the BARE location. Then they had a reporter on the ground covering this non story. Here's what was most interesting and I'm sure most of you missed it. They kept showing shots from Bargain Bills parking lot, yet they refused to show their sign or identify them in any way. However, they did conveniently mention, (while on Bargain Bills parking lot) that they were close to Johnny Janosik's, one of their advertisers. 

Finally, how about the story about having to show your ID to purchase nail polish remover. Did you catch that story? Well, here's a thought for you. Will our government now make us show ID if we purchase CORN. After all, it can be used to manufacture moonshine. 

New Mexico Court Rules Non-English Speaking Citizens Can Serve On Juries

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The New Mexico Supreme Court is cautioning trial courts and lawyers that citizens who don’t speak English have the right to serve on juries.

The court issued the admonition in a ruling that upholds an Albuquerque man’s convictions for murder and other crimes in the bludgeoning death of his girlfriend and a subsequent armed robbery and stabbing.

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WANTED

Benjamin Edward Holtermann
DOB: July 6, 1985
Asian Male Height: 5’07” Weight: 140


The above subject is wanted for questioning by Fruitland Police in regards to the First Degree Burglary of a residence that occurred on August 11, 2013 on Main Street, Fruitland, Wicomico County, Maryland.  Please contact Det. Beaver at the Fruitland Police Department, 410-548-2804, if you have any information regarding Holtermann.

Sean Hannity v's Pious Muslim Imam Anjem Choudary

OCPD Press Release 8-15-13

DE Man Arrested for Stolen Vehicle from NY

Ramone Shy
On August 14, 2013, at approximately 1:30 a.m. Ocean City police initiated a traffic stop in the area of 44th Street and Coastal Highway because the driver was not wearing a seatbelt. As officers attempted to stop the car, the driver of the vehicle fled from his vehicle and ran west into the marsh behind the 45thStreet Shopping Village. Officers were able to detain the suspect, who was later identified as Ramone Shy, 25, of Wilmington, DE, after a short pursuit. 

During the initial investigation, officers located a back pack that Shy had thrown into the marsh during the foot pursuit that contained drug paraphernalia. In addition, officers found a small amount of marijuana in the vehicle, which they learned was reported stolen by the New York City Police Department.
Ocean City police charged Shy with various charges related to the possession of the stolen vehicle, possession of marijuana and paraphernalia and nine traffic citations, in addition to pending stolen vehicle charges from New York City police. Shy is currently being held at the Ocean City Police Department on a Fugitive Warrant.  Shy was seen by a Maryland District Court Commissioner and was held on $5,000 bond for the pending Ocean City Charges and no bond related to the out of state fugitive warrants.

OCPD Charge Local Man with Multiple Acts of Indecent Exposure

On August 12, 2013, at approximately 11:45 p.m., Ocean City police responded to the area of Jamestown Road in reference to an indecent exposure involving a male exposing himself in a vehicle. Officers had responded to the area on previous occasions for similar complaints, however; the suspect had left the area before police arrived.
Erik T. Rosado
On this occasion, officers arrived in the area and located the suspect, who was later identified as Erik T. Rosado, 28, of Ocean City, who was seated in his vehicle. Investigators determined that Rosado was the person who had been seen by victims in his vehicle exposing himself to passers-by. Police located two witnesses who positively identified Rosado as the suspect who had exposed himself three previous times over the past two weeks.

After being interviewed by detectives, Rosado was charged with four counts of indecent exposure. At the time of this release, Rosado is in custody at the Ocean City Public Safety Building awaiting an initial appearance before a Maryland District Court Commissioner.

The OCPD is asking anyone who may have been the victim of a similar incident in the Jamestown Road area to please contact the OCPD Criminal Investigation Division, Detective Nick Simpson at: 410-520-5349.

Love: Obama Played Cards During Osama Raid; 'I Can’t Watch This Entire Thing,' Obama Said

Reggie Love says he and President Obama played cards during the Osama bin Laden raid, and that the president told him, "I can't watch this entire thing."
“Most people were like down in the Situation Room and [President Obama] was like, ‘I’m not going to be down there, I can’t watch this entire thing,’ We must have played 15 games of spades," said Love at a public event.

Love was Obama's "body man," and spent much time with his boss while he worked for Obama at the White House.

UPDATE: The video has now been removed from YouTube by the user who uploaded it.

Allahpundit thinks the card games took place after the SEALs actually took out Osama:

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Boat Docking Contest Brew River


SFD Calls For Service 8-14-13

  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 19:36:22 Nature: Injury City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 19:09:06 Nature: Sick Subject City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 18:34:45 Nature: Unconscious Subject City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 16:56:46 Nature: Difficulty Breathing City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 16:45:33 Nature: Pi Accident City: Parsonsburg
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 16:32:47 Nature: Non Breathing Address: 107 Greenlawn Ln Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 16:08:24 Nature: Medical Assist Address: 612 Truitt St Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 15:36:52 Nature: Pro Qa Fire Address: 810 Colony Dr Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 14:56:28 Nature: Pi Accident City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 14:01:48 Nature: Chest Pain City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 13:49:52 Nature: Abdominal Pain City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 12:41:53 Nature: Pro Qa Ems City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 11:56:52 Nature: Pi Accident City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 11:56:51 Nature: Pi Accident Address: Ocean Gtwy and tilghman Rd Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 11:29:04 Nature: Medical Assist Address: 706 Taft Ct Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 10:02:35 Nature: Seizure City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 07:03:28 Nature: Intoxicated Subject City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 03:40:08 Nature: Medical Alarm City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 02:25:12 Nature: Maternity Patient City: Salisbury
  • Wednesday August, 14 2013 @ 01:02:10 Nature: Sick Subject City: Salisbury

Who Really Has Your Back 8-15-13