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Friday, August 23, 2013

NSA Program Secretly Ruled Unconstitutional In 2011

The National Security Agency illegally gathered as many as 56,000 emails and other electronic communications between Americans with no connection to terrorism as part of a collection program that was ruled unconstitutional by a secret spy court in 2011.

The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court rendered its decision in an 86-page opinion on Oct. 3, 2011. It was declassified Wednesday by U.S. intelligence officials, and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper authorized the release of the opinion.

"This is not an egregious overreaching by a greedy agency seeking to spy on Americans," a senior intelligence official said. "This is a technological problem that resulted in an inadvertent collection of a relatively small number of U.S. personal communications."


Guess What Knocked 'Isaiah' As Top Faith Movie

WASHINGTON – “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment,” a documentary of the phenomenal teaching of messianic rabbi Jonathan Cahn about America following ancient Israel in the footsteps of judgment, has been eclipsed after 67 weeks as the No. 1 faith movie or TV show in the country – by a documentary that hails “The Life of Muhammad.”

Joseph Farah, the producer of “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment,” said he knew the movie couldn’t possibly occupy the No. 1 spot on forever, but he’s shocked that a “pseudo-documentary about the life of Muhammad could be become the most purchased faith movie in America just 12 years after 9/11.”
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Healthcare Reform Seminar In Salisbury On September 6th, 2013


A student who was expelled from her magnet school program when she refused the district’s plan to microchip students is being reinstated after the district dropped the student-tracking strategy.

Andrea Hernandez was defended by the Rutherford Institute against the Northside Independent School District in San Antonio, Texas.

Constitutional attorney and institute president John W. Whitehead said Hernandez is returning this fall to the John Jay High School’s Science and Engineering Academy. Her first day back will be Aug. 26.
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An illegal immigrant accused of brutally murdering a teenager in Virginia in 2010 should have been deported three months before he stabbed the victim 13 times and left her to die in a ravine.

Illegal immigrant Julio Miguel Blanco-Garcia has admitted to killing Vanessa Pham, 19, after he begged her to give him and his infant daughter a ride to the hospital while he was high on PCP.


Private Sector Involvement In Offshore Wind Project Discussed

BERLIN — The Ocean City area could play a big role in the development of offshore wind energy in the United States, according to the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA).
MEA officials were on the Eastern Shore last Friday to meet with business owners, government officials and other interested parties who may want to become involved with the offshore wind industry years before the first turbines even go up.

“There isn’t a single offshore wind turbine in place in the United States, but it’s not a new industry in Europe and other places in the world,” said MEA representative Ross Tyler.


DHS Employee Who Buys Department Guns Runs Racist, Homophobic Website

Ayo Kimathi, a Department of Homeland Security tasked with buying guns and ammo for the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, runs a racist, homophobic website called “War is on the Horizon.” He calls himself the “Irritated Genie.” The site required approval from DHS, but Kimathi did not. His former supervisor told the Southern Poverty Law Center that she was “stunned” by the site. “To see the hate, to know that he is a federal employee, it bothered me,” she said. DHS signed off on the site based on Kimathi’s description, but apparently did not bother to check the site.

U.S. preps for possible cruise missile attack on Syrian gov't forces

(CBS News) WASHINGTON - CBS News has learned that the Pentagon is making the initial preparations for a cruise missile attack on Syrian government forces. We say "initial preparations" because such an attack won't happen until the president gives the green light. And it was clear during an interview on CNN Friday that he is not there yet.

"If the U.S. goes in and attacks another country, without a U.N. mandate and without clear evidence that can be presented," the president told CNN, "then there are questions in terms of whether international law supports it -- 'do we have the coalition to make it work?' Those are considerations that we have to take into account."


Unemployment Aid Applications Rise to 336,000

WASHINGTON — The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week after reaching the lowest level in 5 ½ years. But the broader trend suggests companies are laying off fewer workers and could step up hiring in the months ahead.

The Labor Department said Thursday that applications for first-time benefits rose 13,000 to a seasonally adjusted 336,000 in the week ending Aug. 17. That’s up from 323,000 in the previous week, which was the lowest since Jan. 2008.

The four-week average, which smooths week to week fluctuations, fell by 2,250 to 330,500. That’s the sixth straight decline and the lowest for the average since November 2007.


Daniel Ellsberg: US On Verge Of Becoming Police State Under Obama

Daniel Ellsberg, the man who leaked the Pentagon Papers in 1971, says the United States is on the verge of becoming a police state as evidenced by the National Security Agency's data collection programs and the treatment of secret document leakers Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning.

"We have not only the capability of a police state, but certain beginnings of it right now," Ellsberg told The Huffington Post Wednesday. "And I absolutely agree with Edward Snowden. It's worth a person's life, prospect of assassination, or life in prison or life in exile — it's worth that to try to restore our liberties and make this a democratic country."


Wal-Mart Spreads Made-In-U.S. Message

ORLANDO, Fla. — Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is hoping for a groundswell “made-in-America” movement.

The world’s largest retailer hosted its first two-day summit Thursday bringing together retailers, suppliers and government officials that it hopes will build on the company’s recent commitment to drive more manufacturing in the U.S.

The event, which attracted representatives from 500 manufacturers, eight governors, U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker and officials from three dozen states, comes seven months after the Bentonville, Ark.-based discounter pledged that it planned to buy $50 billion more U. S.-made goods over the next decade. That’s the equivalent of just more than 10 percent of what Wal-Mart will sell at retail this year.



In a column published August 22, The Daily Beast's Kirsten Powers wrote that the Muslim Brotherhood, "the group that 'renounced violence' in order gain political power," is now showing its "true colors" with its war on Coptic Christians.

In fact, Powers writes that the Muslim Brotherhood is "engaged in a full-scale campaign of terror against Egypt's Christian minority."

She cited multiple examples of the Brotherhood's activity:
The USA Today report that "40 churches have been looted and torched, while 23 others have been attacked and heavily damaged."

The way nuns were paraded through the streets "like prisoners of war" after their Franciscan school was burned down.

The fact that an orphanage was burned down and the fact that the Brotherhood's rage against Christians is so great that two security guards "on a tour boat owned by Christians were burned alive."

Her list goes on, but these are sufficient to make her point.


The 'Sitting Disease' Is Killing The American Workforce

If you're like 86% of American workers, you sit all day for your job.
Add to that the time you spend sitting on the couch after work watching television, reading, playing games or surfing the Internet, and you spend approximately 13 hours a day sitting down, according to a survey by Ergotron, a manufacturer of digital display mounting and mobility products.

But could you be at risk for "Sitting Disease?"


The New Era of Surveillance is Here

Some have said it’s better to make decisions under the influence of alcohol than under the influence of fear.

But in late 2001, Americans made an entire set of decisions under the influence of fear… and created a monster.

We all remember what happened: A frightened public allowed politicians, secret agencies, and militaries to spend any amount of money and build any kind of system they wanted, to “protect us from the terrorists.”

To cash in on the new zeitgeist, new TV shows practically worshiped military and police forces; thousands of churches gave themselves over to the glorification of soldiers; and corporations scrambled for government money to build these new systems.

10 years on, it’s not just the “paranoid crackpots” anymore who can see that Orwell’s Big Brother of 1984 is terrifyingly real and more sinister than even he could have imagined.

The reality is this: Americans now live under the largest and most invasive surveillance state in the history of the world. This has been confirmed and admitted, even by the talking heads of the mainstream press.


Relief In Sight For Chronically Ill

Medical marijuana could become available in Delaware in the next year.

Gov. Jack Markell is renewing efforts to open a compassionate care facility in the state. He said only one center will be licensed and the center can cultivate no more than 150 plants or 1,500 ounces of marijuana on site.

“I believe that the path forward we have identified together keeps faith with Delaware’s commitment to patients, while doing all that is practically possible to address the legitimate concerns of the federal government,” Markell said.


Eric Holder Announces Justice Dept. Is Suing Texas Over Voter ID Law

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department said Thursday it will sue Texas over the state’s voter ID law and will seek to intervene in a lawsuit over the state’s redistricting laws.
Eric Holder Announces Justice Department Suing Texas Over Voter ID Law

Attorney General Eric Holder said the action marks another step in the effort to protect voting rights of all eligible Americans. He said the government will not allow a recent Supreme Court decision to be interpreted as open season for states to pursue measures that suppress voting rights.

On June 25, the Supreme Court threw out the most powerful part of the Voting Rights Act, whose enactment in 1965 marked a major turning point in black Americans’ struggle for equal rights and political power.


New Boardwalk Comfort Station Not Expected To Be Complete For Another Month

OCEAN CITY — With August heading into its final stretch and Labor Day weekend near, the new Caroline Street Performing Arts Stage and Comfort Station is still far from completion, and the contractor is now into its penalty phase for missing the deadline.

The old underground restrooms at Caroline Street and the Boardwalk were demolished last December and the construction of a new, state-of-the-art facility complete with a performing arts stage began shortly thereafter with a projected finish date in May before the arrival of the summer season. However, an wet spring slowed the construction process and it became apparent the new facility would not be completed for the start of the summer season.

When poor weather continued through much of June, further slowing the construction of the new facility, the city contracted with a private waste disposal company to provide temporary restrooms for Boardwalk visitors on a site immediately adjacent to the construction site and just behind the Fireman’s Memorial on North Division.


Benghazi Mom: Hillary Only Cares About Herself

Pat Smith, mother of slain U.S. Foreign Service information officer Sean Smith, took aim at former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton for her role in the Benghazi attack where her son died.
"All she cares about is her own self," Smith said Thursday on "Fox & Friends."

"She lied to my face. I want the whole world to know that she lied to my face. You don't want this person to be president," Smith added.


Trader & Coleman bring Tutti Frutti to Ocean City


Contact: Matthew Trader
               Rinnier Development Company

Trader & Coleman bring Tutti Frutti to Ocean City

OCEAN CITY, MD, AUGUST 2013-  Matthew Trader of Rinnier Development and Lisa Coleman of Long and Foster have recently executed a seven (7) year lease deal to bring Tutti Frutti to Ocean City Square Shopping Center in Ocean City, MD.  The shopping center is located on 117th Street and Coastal Highway. Trader represented the tenant and Coleman represented the landlord

The 1,800 SF space was formerly used as Long and Foster offices.  Tutti Frutti will offer patrons an outside seating area on Coastal Highway as well as waterfront seating on the back deck by the bay.  Easily accessible for people traveling by foot or car.

Trader commented, "I am so excited to be able to help bring Tutti Frutti to the beach, specifically to this location.  I feel the franchisee has a unique vision for every location and this one will be no different.  Their goal is to provide customers with an experience beyond just frozen yogurt.  I think people are going to love the fact that they will be able to enjoy their yogurt while sitting by the bay. Tutti Frutti fans are going to be in for a real treat when this location opens, no pun intended."

Rinnier Development Company owns, manages and/or has developed more than 2 million square feet of commercial and residential real estate and currently manages an investment portfolio of over 1.4 million square feet. Rinnier has provided quality service to the Mid-Atlantic community for over 75 years with nationally recognized award winning communities.

Matthew Trader specializes in the sale and leasing of Commercial properties.  To contact Matthew, please call 443-614-4297, or email

New Md. Smoke Alarm Laws For Homeowners

Homeowners are reminded twice a year to check their smoke alarms at daylight savings time, but Maryland is throwing residents an early curve ball this year by changing itssmoke alarm law.

All smoke alarms have expiration dates, not just the batteries inside them.

If you have a feeling your smoke alarm is older than the Pixar movie "Finding Nemo," or the song "Crazy in Love" by Beyonce, it's time to change out the whole unit.


DSP News Release 8-23-13



Superintendent Colonel Nathaniel McQueen Jr.
Presented by Public Information Officer Cpl/1 John Day
P.O. Box 430| Dover, DE 19903  |    Cell: 302.632.0328 | 

DSP News Release: Troopers Investigate Assault and Abduction in Rehoboth
  • 18000 block of Munchy Branch Road, Rehoboth, DE
Date of Occurrence:       
  • Friday, August 23, 2013 at 1:35 a.m.
  • 20-year-old female from Rehoboth, DE
  • Black male (no further physical or clothing description available).
  • No video surveillance available for release.
Rehoboth – Troopers are investigating an assault and abduction that occurred early this morning.
The incident occurred at 1:35 a.m. as a 20-year-old Rehoboth woman walked her bicycle along the 18000 block of Munchy Branch Road. She was suddenly approached and assaulted by a black male who forced her into a vehicle, which was then driven towards Costal Highway.

When the vehicle reached the intersection of Munchy Branch Road and Costal Highway the victim exited the vehicle and ran to a nearby business, where bystanders contacted police.

The victim was transported by ambulance to a nearby hospital where she was treated for minor injuries and released. 

If anyone has any information in reference to this incident, they are asked to contact Troop 4 detectives at 302-856-5850 extension 224, or by utilizing the Delaware State Police Mobile Crime Tip Application available to download at: Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333, via the internet at, or by sending an anonymous tip by text to 274637 (CRIMES) using the keyword "DSP."

Citywide Milling and Paving

RE:    Citywide Milling and Paving
As part of Salisbury Public Works’ ongoing effort to keep the public informed of improvements within the City of Salisbury, please be advised that a contractor will be affecting the flow of traffic in order to resurface College Avenue from Roger Street to the Railroad Tracks at Tower Drive.
The work will be performed beginning Friday, August 23th at 7:00 PM and will be completed by Saturday, August 24th at 2:00 PM, barring unforeseen problems.  Expect delays due to traffic pattern modifications. We regret any inconvenience this may cause.  Your patience and cooperation are greatly appreciated.
Should you have any questions or need clarification regarding this project, please contact Jay Trott with Salisbury Public Works, Technical Services at 410-548-5460 / 410-430-9089.        

Police Confirm 1 Arrest in Savage Beating Death of WWII Vet

One arrest has been made in the death of a World War II veteran after he was severely beaten in a parking lot in Washington state, Spokane police said Friday.

“Spokane police have arrested one suspect, a juvenile male, in connection to the beating death of an 88-year-old man earlier this week,” the police department confirmed on Facebook.

The suspect will face charges of first-degree robbery and first-degree murder, the Spokane Spokesman-Review reported.


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Camille Paglia: 'Hillary Disqualified Herself For The Presidency' With Benghazi Response



The radical attack group Media Matters obviously didn’t get a copy of the White House Common Core talking points.

Defenders of the national education standards like to insist that the initiative was “state-led” and is therefore not a federal takeover of the public education system.

But in its attack on Fox News for airing a video clip about Common Core’s new way of doing math, Media Matters accidentally spoke the truth: The standards are “an Obama administration education initiative.”

As if that weren’t already obvious. The Obama administration dangled millions of dollars under the noses of cash-hungry states a few years ago to entice them into adopting the standards, which weren’t even developed at the time.

The president and his staff clearly worked very hard to get this initiative off the ground.

Yet Secretary of Education Arne Duncan has become increasingly defensive over questions and criticisms of the new, untested standards.


Germany Warns Windows 8 Is Dangerous – Is Microsoft A Giant Short?

I reported that Windows 8 was dangerous. Some wrote to argue I was wrong. I wrote whyNASA announced it was dumping Windows 8 and that even Skype should not be used. Microsoft has been criticized for the Prism affair. Now appears that Windows 8 is especially dangerous. The German government warns against Microsoft program because it has the ability to control the hardware and software of the computer. The NSA can enter you computer remotely. Has Microsoft created economic suicide?

Many laptops are now pre-installed with Windows 8 sold or delivered. The new program from Microsoft is not very successful, but is heavily promoted. Even companies that German authorities and the federal government, for example, will gradually work with this operating system. But here there are significant security vulnerabilities.

To warn IT experts before the federal program and refer to it as dangerous. There was a gap in Windows 8, which is a high security risk, reports the time with reference to documents of the Federation. This refers to the so-called Trusted Computing. A technology with about Microsoft may access the hardware and software of the computer operated with Windows 8. And thus the NSA, finally there is a very close cooperation between them ( here ).



It’s a senseless murder you aren’t hearing about.
David Santucci
David Santucci

A young white male was walking to his car on a city street late at night on August 12 when he was confronted by a trio of black individuals. They shot him dead. Police have arrested three people and charged them with first degree murder. But some in the victim’s family can’t understand why the shooting is being called a failed robbery when they say the evidence suggests something possibly more sinister: a hate crime.

David Santucci, 27, had just started his new job as a nurse. According to his family, “he was an awesome guy…he wanted to be a missionary…he wanted to help people.”


NSA Notice

Ready For Hillary? You Sure?

The name of the political action committee laying the groundwork for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 candidacy is instructive. It’s called Ready for Hillary, as in “we’re ready.”

We already know she’s ready. Hillary’s readiness to be president hasn’t been in doubt for about two decades. All of the stories that ponder whether she will run as some kind of mystery ignore the fact that she has been trying for the top job since before she rolled out of Little Rock. Hillary auditioned to be co-president with her husband in 1992 and first publicly flirted with a run of her own 14 years ago. Oh, she’s ready, alright.

But are Democrats? Are voters?

Ready for Hillary is not so much a super PAC as a vehicle for public contrition. It is populated by politicos like Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., who backed or worked for then-Sen. Barack Obama instead of Clinton in 2008. They wanted Obama, the hopeful, shamanistic and transcendent and not Hillary, the inevitable, obligatory and prescribed.

But now, having had their fun, they’re prepared to do their duty. And having seen hope turn into frustration, perhaps a little wiser, too. So they step forward and on bended knee say that now, they are ready for Hillary. They weren’t before. But now, expectations lowered, they can take it.

“Ready for Hillary,” they say through gritted teeth, like they are about to open their credit card statements.


We Just Got A Glimpse Inside Wall Street’s Con Game

On Tuesday morning, Goldman Sachs let its computers run; too bad for Goldman they got out of the corral and ran wild.

Some kind of programming error triggered unintended option orders. And within 17 minutes after the markets opened, the damage was done.

By some estimates, Goldman could lose up to $100 million.

So what caused it?

It could have been a fat-finger… or it could have been a “ghost in the machine”… or it could have been a window into the reality of high-frequency game theory and its application.


On The Dangers Of The NSA... From March 27, 1983

The warning signs were all there. Long, long ago they were all right there. Reading this article from the New York Times, published when I was just five years old, brings forth emotions of frustration, disappointment and even a sense of resentment. Resentment that many of those that came before us knew about all of this and basically did nothing. While those were my initial reactions, those negative emotions have turned into a strong sense of resolve and purpose. Many of us that are faced with the challenge of changing this messed up world we live in had very little to do with its creation, but that’s ok. This is our destiny and it is our duty.

There are several key takeaways from this article.
First, and most importantly, sophisticated spy technologies with little oversight will ALWAYS be abused. This is not just the case today, but it was the case in the 1950?s, 60?s and 70?s as well. As the article points out, “the N.S.A. between 1952 and 1974 developed files on approximately 75,000 Americans” and “the agency also developed files on civil-rights and antiwar activists, Congressmen and other citizens who lawfully questioned Government policies.”

Second, no institution should ever be trusted to come clean on what they are up to. The N.S.A. has a long history of lying to everyone and anyone who questions it. It is only when leaks of their unconstitutional practices are made public that they cease any surreptitious activities (or at least pretend to).

Third, the most dangerous thing we can allow is the union of “public” and “private” intelligence security functions. These inevitably merge into one giant totalitarian nightmare such as what we suffer from today.

The writing was on the wall long ago. It’s time to finally deal with this problem once and for all. Below are some choice excepts from this excellent New York Times article:


Chris Lane Murder Responses By Jesse Jackson, White House Spur Race Debate

The murder of Australian Christopher Lane by three "bored" Oklahoma teens last week has set off a firestorm of controversy about what role race played in the shooting, and now the White House and Rev. Jesse Jackson are taking heat for their treatment of the crime.

Prosecutors say the teen suspects shot and killed Lane "for fun" Friday while he was out for a jog in Duncan, Okla. Lane, 22, of Melbourne, Australia, was in the U.S. attending Oklahoma's East Central University on a baseball scholarship.


Somerset County Sheriff's Office Press Release 8-23-13

Kenneth Paul Springer Sr. of Westover, criminal summons served 8-17-13 regarding theft less than $1,000. Springer was released on signature pending court actions.

Joseph E. Jones of Delmar Delaware, arrested 8-17-13 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Jones was held on a $500.00 bond.

Eric John West of Princess Anne, and Dontae Lamont Holden of Marion, arrested 8-17-13. West was charged with possession of cds, not marijuana, and drug paraphernalia. Holden was charged with obstructing and hindering police, and failing to obey a lawful order. The arrests stemmed from a patrol check conducted by deputies in the Pine Knoll Housing Development in Princess Anne. Deputies approached a minivan that was occupied several times. As deputies talked to the occupants, West threw a suspected prescription pill bottle containing prescription narcotics, Holden ran from deputies ensuing a foot chase. Holden was later apprehended and charged on criminal citations, and later released. West was charged and later released on an unsecured bond.

Walter Lenny Floyd of Salisbury, arrested 8-18-13 for DWI, driving impaired by alcohol, and negligent driving. Floyd was later released on citations pending court actions. The arrest was the result of a traffic stop conducted by deputies in the area of Ocean Highway, Princess Anne.

Porsha Monique Dixon of Crisfield, arrested 8-19-13 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Dixon was held on a $250.00 bond.

Derick Wayne Merrill of Westover, arrested 8-19-13 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Merrill was released after posting bond.

Evonne Elizabeth Fontaine of Salisbury, arrested 8-19-13 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Fontaine was held on a $500.00 bond.

Scott Alan Adkins Jr. of Delmar Delaware, arrested 8-21-13 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Adkins was held on a $500.00 bond.

Daquon Tymar Mills of Snow Hill, arrested 8-21-13 on a warrant for violation of probation. Mills was later held without bond.

Liz Cheney Fined For Lying On Fishing License Application

Liz Cheney, who is seeking a Senate seat in Wyoming, has been fined for making a false statement to get a fishing license in the state.

Cheney, the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, paid $220 in a Wyoming court after receiving a citation stating she "fail[ed] to meet residency requirements as required," reports the Jackson Hole News & Guide.

The figure includes a $180 fine plus costs.


Obama Pitches Federal Plan To Name And Shame Colleges Over Costs

Saying the rising costs of college are punishing students who have played by the rules, President Obama on Thursday announced that the federal government will take a broader role in pushing schools to lower costs by rating schools based on their educational value, and in trying to tie taxpayer money to school performance.

Mr. Obama, speaking at the State University of New York at Buffalo, said he would cap student loan repayments at 10 percent of future paychecks but also would take steps to discipline students who are attending school on federal grants by doling out the money in chunks to make sure they stay in school.



Gail and David Witt live in the tiny hamlet of Tellico Plains, Tenn. A little more than an hour south of Knoxville, it boasts a population of about 800 and is a gateway to the Cherokee National Forest.

Which is to say, life skews slower and friendlier and more placidly there.

But after the Witts began watching Knoxville TV news stations five years ago cover the extremely disturbing story of a murdered couple, Christopher Newsom and Channon Christian, life for the Witts turned into a roller coaster ride that hasn’t stopped since.



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Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Press Release 8-23-13

On Monday, August 19, 2013 a Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputy was dispatched to a West Ocean City business, for a reported employee theft.

The suspect was identified as Charles Joseph Mitchell, Jr 21 of Berlin Md. who was employed at the establishment. Mr. Mitchell had been video allegedly stealing from the business.

Mr. Mitchell was charged with one count of Theft less than $1,000.00 and released pending trial in the District Court of Maryland.

On Monday, August 19, 2013 a Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputy stopped a vehicle for speeding on Assateague Road near Harrison Road, Berlin,

The Driver was identified as Paul Edward Koehrsen, 51 of Berlin Md. appeared to have been drinking alcohol. Mr. Koehrsen did poor on field tests and was arrested.

Mr. Koehrsen was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and released pending trial in the District Court of Maryland.

On Tuesday, August 20, 2013 a Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputy was dispatched to a business in Berlin Md. for a shoplifter being detained by security. Upon arrival the Deputy Sheriff met with Loss Prevention and Identified Bobbi Michelle Morey 23 years old of no fixed address, as a suspect in the theft.

Ms. Morey allegedly stole items valued at about 500 dollars.

Ms. Morey was charged with one count of theft less than $1,000.00. She is being held on a $4,000.00 bond at the Worcester County Jail pending trial.

Italian Mistress

An Italian husband and his wife were having dinner at a very fine
restaurant. This absolutely stunning young woman comes over to their table, gives the husband a big kiss, says she'll see him later and walks away.

The wife glares at her husband and says, "Who was that?"

"Oh," replies the husband, "she's my mistress."

"Well, that's the last straw," says the wife. "I've had enough, I want a

"I can understand that," replies her husband. "But remember, if we get a divorce, it will mean no more shopping trips to Paris , no more wintering in Barbados , no more summers in Tuscany , no more Jaguar in the garage, and no more yacht club. No more credit card and large Bank accounts. But.... The decision is all yours."

Just then, a mutual friend enters the restaurant with a gorgeous babe on his arm.

"Who's that woman with Tony?" asks the wife.

"That's his mistress," says her husband.

"Ours is prettier," she replies.

Two Arrested In Connection With Sussex County Burglaries

Location: Western Sussex County, DE

Defendants, Charges, and Bail Information:
Christopher J. Stoe, 28, of Laurel, DE (white male in black shirt)
147 Charges Including Burglary Second, Burglary Third, and Theft of a Firearm
Committed to Sussex Correctional Institute on $216,000 secured bail.

James E. Passwaters, 28, of Bridgeville, DE (white male with beard and blue shirt)
138 Charges Including Burglary Second, Burglary Third, and Theft of a Firearm 
Committed to Sussex Correctional Institute on $40,200 secured bail.

Sussex County – Two men are incarcerated after Troop 4 burglary detectives were able to link them to numerous residential burglaries in western Sussex County.

Troopers had been investigating several daytime residential burglaries in western Sussex County since May 2013. During these burglaries electronics, firearms, jewelry, and cash were taken. Evidence recovered at the scene of one burglary resulted in detectives obtaining an arrest warrant for Christopher J. Stoe, 28, of Laurel. Stoe was apprehended on August 12.

After Stoe was arrested detectives were able to link him to more than forty burglaries, some dating from 2012. Detectives learned that in many of these burglaries he was driven to and from the scene by James E. Passwaters, 28, of Bridgeville. Passwaters was arrested on August 19.

Stoe has been charged with 147 offenses related to the burglaries, and is being held at Sussex Correctional Institute on $216,000 secured bail. Detectives have charged Passwaters with 138 offenses, and he is being held at Sussex Correctional Institute on $40,200 secured bail. This investigation is ongoing and more charges are anticipated.

Obama: Was There A Secret 8 Billion Dollar Bribe To Morsi And The Muslim Brotherhood?

US Manufacturing Resurgence Won't Help Middle Class

The United States spent decades watching manufacturing jobs go overseas as the sector contracted. Now, some are projecting a renaissance, but perhaps the middle class shouldn't get too excited.

Experts and industry insiders point to indications that manufacturing activity is returning to the United States bringing long-lost jobs with it.

For example, Motorola Mobility plans to assemble smartphones in the Texas, Apple has announced plans for a Mac production line also in Texas, which will use components and equipment from Illinois, Florida, Kentucky and Michigan, and the Lenovo Group has opened a plant in North Carolina making Thinkpads, USA Today reported.


Thank God Its Friday 8-23-13

What will you be doing this weekend?

Yard Sale 8-22-13

Multi-family yard sale

Saturday, August 24 7 am- 11 am

Books! cookbooks, music books, children’s books

Women’s clothes sizes 12-18

“Adventures in Odyssey” tapes

Many miscellaneous household items

There will also be a “free” table- everything on it is free! J

Address: 32816 Shavox Road Parsonsburg, MD

Driving east on Rt. 50, turn right on Walston Switch Road.

Turn left on Shavox Road

House is just on the left after you pass Whitman Road.

Kitchenware, clothes, toys, holiday and much much more
Something for everyone
302 Hayward Ave, Fruitland
Saturday August 24th 6am - till

SFD Calls For Service 8-22-13

  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 22:04:29 Nature: Sick Subject City: Salisbury
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 21:54:25 Nature: Medical Assist Address: 106 Farmers Market Rd Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 21:54:08 Nature: Overdose City: Salisbury
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 19:19:21 Nature: Pi Accident Address: 843 Brown St Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 19:12:38 Nature: Sick Subject City: Salisbury
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 18:49:46 Nature: Sick Subject City: Salisbury
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 18:49:43 Nature: Pi Accident City: Salisbury
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 18:25:59 Nature: Misc Fire Address: 1309 Sylvia St Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 17:43:09 Nature: Sick Subject City: Salisbury
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 16:19:56 Nature: Non Breathing City: Salisbury
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 13:17:28 Nature: Fire Assist Address: 1314 Belmont Ave Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 09:44:25 Nature: Emergency Unknown City: Salisbury
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 08:09:24 Nature: Structure Fire Address: 1314 Belmont Ave Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 08:09:21 Nature: Structure Fire Address: 1314 Belmont Ave Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 04:59:30 Nature: Difficulty Breathing City: Salisbury
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 02:17:55 Nature: Injury City: Salisbury
  • Thursday August, 22 2013 @ 01:14:10 Nature: Overdose City: Salisbury

Who Really Has Your Back 8-23-13

How The NSA Scours 75% Of The Nation's Internet Traffic - In One Chart

The NSA - which possesses only limited legal authority to spy on U.S. citizens - has, according to the Wall Street Journal [4], built a surveillance network that covers more Americans' Internet communications than officials have publicly disclosed, current and former officials say. The system has the capacity to reach roughly 75% of all U.S. Internet traffic. The NSA's filtering, carried out with telecom companies, is designed to look for communications that either originate or end abroad, or are entirely foreign but happen to be passing through the U.S. But the WSJ reports that officials say the system's broad reach makes it more likely that purely domestic communications will be incidentally intercepted and collected in the hunt for foreign ones. Details of these surveillance programs were gathered from interviews with current and former intelligence and government officials and people from companies that help build or operate the systems, or provide data. Most have direct knowledge of the work. Here is how the system operates...