Monday, October 10, 2016

So let me share last nights experience with yall


Terence Dangerfield

So let me share last nights experience with yall. Was out in Springfield and got pulled by a Fairfax County deputy. Note, I'm a black man with a Glock 26 on my side in an illegally modified car. I kept both of my hands on the steering wheel after he pulled me over. He walks up to the window, introduces himself, asks how I'm doing, and explains his reasoning for pulling me over. He then asks for license and registration. Before I even lifted a finger, I said "Sure thing sir. However I am armed. The gun is on my right hip and my wallet is in my right back pocket. How would you like me to get my wallet?". He said "That's fine, just keep your left hand where I can see it and reach for your wallet slowly, okay?". I said "No problem sir". I slowly reached for my wallet and got it out of my pocket, got my license out, and handed it to him. He told me to sit tight for a few moments and went back and ran my information. A few moments later, he returned and said "Your exhaust is illegal, you have aftermarket suspension, your tag lights are illegal, and your inspection is past due. However, I'm not going to write you any tickets. I will issue you a written warning. Thank you for your simple cooperation and notifying me that you were armed before reaching for your wallet. You have a nice night sir. Thank you again". No guns were drawn, no being removed from my vehicle, no getting beat down or tased. Not even a ticket. Now, please, tell me more about how all of these cops are out to get us....

Pat Caddell: If You Think DOJ's Hillary Clinton Email Investigation Wasn't Rigged, You're 'Not Living in 21st Century America'

Pollster and political analyst Pat Caddell spoke to Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Friday about underlying factors that influence voters and make it hard to get clear polling. “Today, we have a story out–I doubt it will get much play–in which it turns out they have evidence now that the White House coordinated with the State Department on Hillary Clinton’s email story,” said Caddell.

“Like that should be a surprise,” continued Caddell. “If anybody thinks the entire email thing, the Justice Department, was not rigged, they are not living in twenty-first-century America.”

The story to which Caddell referred states:

Newly disclosed emails show top Obama administration officials were in close contact with Hillary Clinton’s nascent presidential campaign in early 2015 about the potential fallout from revelations that the former secretary of state used a private email server.

Their discussion included a request from the White House communications director to her counterpart at the State Department to see if it was possible to arrange for Secretary of State John Kerry to avoid questions during media appearances about Mrs. Clinton’s email arrangement.

In another instance, a top State Department official assured an attorney for Mrs. Clinton that, contrary to media reports, a department official hadn’t told Congress that Mrs. Clinton erred in using a private email account.

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2016 DELMARVACADE OF BANDS SATURDAY, OCT. 15


Marching Bands Take the Field Saturday, Oct. 15 for 
the 2016 Delmarvacade of Bands

Lights. Music. Marching. One of the most exciting and uplifting nights of the marching band season is coming up Saturday, Oct. 15, when Parkside High School and the Parkside Band Boosters present the 2016 Delmarvacade of Bands at Wicomico County Stadium.

High school marching bands from throughout the region will fill Wicomico County Stadium that night with the exciting sights and sounds of their field show as bands tune up for the impending championship events. (Makeup day is Oct. 16, if needed due to weather.)

Between bands, parents, and spectators, the Delmarvacade is expected to draw thousands of people to the stadium. Bands will compete starting at 5:30 p.m., with each band performing the kind of field show people are accustomed to seeing at halftime of football games. Each performance will last seven to 12 minutes, and a new band will take the field about every 15 minutes.

The event is sponsored by Parkside High School and its Band Boosters. It will be adjudicated by professional judges of the National Judges Association. Bands will be judged on every aspect of their field show, including both musical and visual elements, individual and group elements, as well as the overall general effect of the show. Each band will receive a score based on a 100-point scale, and a trophy.

Bands will compete in four categories, depending on the number of instrumentalists in the band. Parkside High and Bennett are in Group 3 Open Class, and Wicomico is in Group 3 A Class. Parkside, as host, will perform in exhibition. There will be an awards ceremony at the end of the night.

Marching bands often stay all evening, even after they have competed. "They support each other, even though they are rivals," says Gary Beauchamp, supervisor of fine and performing arts for Wicomico schools and the founder of the event in 1977. Students know they are competing not just against each other, but against their own previous performances, trying to make this one just a little bit better.

Admission to Delmarvacade of Bands is $8. A program detailing the participants, with a score sheet to keep track of how the bands are doing, is $5. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Women Supporting Women of Salisbury.
 

Water Rescue: Bay Bridge

Westbound traffic is currently shut down on the Bay Bridge.  There are reports that someone has jumped from the bridge.

Evan Bayh Rarely Attended Committee Hearings as U.S. Senator

Evan Bayh’s senatorial campaign said that the reason the former Indiana senator skipped 92 percent of his Aging Committee hearings was because of the demands of other more important committees he was on, but records show that Bayh’s propensity to skip hearings went beyond just the Aging Committee.

The Bayh campaign defended his attendance record in the Senate after it was reported last week that he skipped 92 percent of hearings that the Aging Committee held during the 12 years Bayh was on it. The report noted that Bayh skipped every single hearing during his final five years.

The campaign discounted the criticism, telling Roll Call that his absence was only because of his position on other “A-level” committees.

“Bayh’s campaign points out that for 21 of about 85 Aging Committee hearings the senator missed during the last five years of his tenure, he was attending Banking, Armed Services, or Intelligence hearings,” Roll Call wrote.

An analysis of hearing records, however, found that Bayh was rarely present at any Senate Armed Services Committee hearings either.

Publicly available records from the Armed Services Committee, which records attendance for each hearing, show that Bayh was absent for more than 76 percent of hearings during his eight years on the committee.

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Martha Raddatz Receives Huge Backlash For Biased Debate Moderation

ABC News moderator Martha Raddatz is taking heat for the way she handled the presidential debate, being accused of showing bias and favoritism towards the pro-Hillary Clinton crowd.

Raddatz had multiple spars with Republican nominee Donald Trump throughout the night: she cut him off in the beginning while he was answering a question about the recently leaked 2005 tape and, at one point, actually debated with him over military strategy.

Many who were watching weighed in, noting the debate was not a fair fight.

Never will I cheer for Trump, but he must be allowed to finish his answers just as my candidate is. Shame on Martha Raddatz!!
Trump is defeating Hillary easily tonight.

Trump vs. Raddatz is a draw thus far. 
Perhaps the most memorable moment occurred about halfway through the debate when Raddatz questioned Trump repeatedly on military strategy in Syria.

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Clinton Backs 'Open Trade, Open Borders' in Speech to Globalist Bankers

Wikileaks releases excerpts from transcripts of paid speeches

Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton favors open trade and open borders, leaked emails released by media organization Wikileaks Friday show.

Contained in an email marked “HRC Paid Speeches” within a data dump of former Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s emails, the 25 excerpts from speeches made between 2013 and 2015 reveal Clinton’s remarks to big money backers behind closed doors.

In a speech given to Banco Itau bankers in 2013, Clinton campaigns for a “hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders”:

“My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders, some time in the future with energy that is as green and sustainable as we can get it, powering growth and opportunity for every person in the hemisphere.”

The candidate’s stance on “open trade” may be one reason former opponent Bernie Sanders initially called on her to release the transcripts.

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Mike Pence makes first appearance since ‘tape’; delivers UNMISTAKABLE message…

Just about anyone and everyone has been talking about the controversial Donald Trump tape that was — conveniently — leaked Friday, just in time for the GOP nominee’s second debate with Hillary Clinton.

The remarks contained on the 11-year-old tape sparked intense discussion among members of the Republican Party, with many individuals — such as House Speaker Paul Ryan and Sen. John McCain — yanking their endorsement or support of the real estate mogul.

In fact, rumors swirled rampantly that Mike Pence, Trump’s VP pick, was so appalled by the comments he was ready to drop out of the race, however, it turned out that wasn’t the case at all.

And today, removing any remaining doubt, Gov. Pence came out in his first campaign event since the controversy erupted Friday and delivered an unmistakable message. As USA Today reports: Donald Trump showed last night that he’s a big man,” Pence said in his first campaign event since he canceled a Saturday appearance and said he couldn’t defend Trump’s comments about women captured on a 2005 videotape.

Pence said before Sunday’s debate that Trump needed to show “what is in his heart.” And, Pence said Monday, Trump did just that.

“Then he fought back and turned the focus to the choice that we face,” Pence said to cheers from the crowd of approximately 300. “I’m proud to stand with Donald Trump.”

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Gennifer Flowers Reveals Bill Clinton Confided In Her That Hillary Was Bisexual

'He said Hillary had eaten more p***y than he had.’

Their 12-year affair made Gennifer Flowers one of the most high profile mistresses in America. Now, two decades after they split amid scandal, the former news reporter from Little Rock, Arkansas wants to ‘sit down and talk’ with Bill Clinton.

In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Gennifer has spoken of her deep regret at turning down Clinton’s pleas to talk some eight years ago and revealed her belief that they would still be together today, were it not the birth of Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea.

She said: ‘We have some unresolved issues that it would be nice to sit down and talk about now. He was the love of my life and I was thelove of his life and you don’t get over those things.’

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UMd. police investigate extortion claim involving photos

WASHINGTON – The University of Maryland Police Department is investigating an extortion case that involves nude photos of a college student.

The student, from the College Park campus, told police that during an online video chat with someone on Saturday, the other person started removing her clothing. So he did the same.

Later that evening, he received a demand for money. The extortionist threatened that they would post nude images of him from the chat on Facebook if he didn’t pay up.

Police said the victim sent the scammer an undisclosed amount of money before reporting the incident to police on Sunday.

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Troopers Seek Public’s Help in Locating a Wanted Subject

Leslie V. Williams - Subject is a Wanted Person
Seaford, DE- The Delaware State Police are asking the public’s assistance in attempting to locate a male subject wanted in connection with a domestic assault.

The incident took place on Wednesday, October 5, 2016 at around 11:32 p.m. as troopers were dispatched to the Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford for a domestic assault. Troopers contacted the male victim in the emergency room who suffered an injury in the form of a laceration to his upper torso. The investigation revealed a physical altercation occurred in the 24,000 block of King Road, Seaford as the suspect, Leslie Williams, 51 of Seaford, confronted the victim over him contacting his girlfriend. During the altercation the suspect assaulted the victim and then fled the residence. The victim was able to respond to a relative’s residence who drove him to the Nanticoke Memorial Hospital.

Leslie Williams fled the area and warrants have been obtained for Assault 1st degree, Possession of a Deadly Weapon During Commission of a Felony, and Breech of Release. The suspect also has an active no contact order with his girlfriend prohibiting him from having contact with her or being at her residence.

If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of Leslie Williams they are asked to contact Detective J. Jones at 302-752- 3795 or Troop 5 at 302-337-1090. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333, via the internet at www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com or by sending an anonymous tip by text to 274637 (CRIMES) using the keyword "DSP."

Wikileaks: Clinton Foundation Chatter with State Dept on Uranium Deal with Russia

Top staffers for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign got heads-up from a Clinton Foundation senior vice-president that the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee was asking the Department of Justice to investigate the State Department approval of the sale of American uranium assets to a Russian company.

The email traffic is part of some hacked emails belonging to John Podesta, the chairman of Clinton’s presidential campaign. It was posted on the WikiLeaks website.

This thread of emails demonstrates the routine and intimate interaction between members of the campaign staff and the Clinton Foundation.

Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA), in a June 30, 2015 letter pointed out the for a matter of such importance, nearly 25 percent of the country’s uranium deposits, the transaction was approved very quickly.

Maura Pally, who handles communications at the foundation sent Podesta the email at 12:18 p.m.

From: *Maura Pally*
Date: Friday, July 3, 2015 Subject: Grassley letter
To: Cheryl Mills , John Podesta < john.podesta@gmail.com>, Heather Samuelson , Huma Abedin
Putting on all of your radars that Grassley sent a letter to AG Lynch (dated June 30th though we just saw it) asking questions about contributions to the Clinton Foundation and the Uranium One deal. Letter is attached. Craig is connecting with comms team to be sure they are aware as well.

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Hillary Clinton: A Career Criminal

Black Friday 2016 Predictions

Black Friday is November 25 this year, and the savings are going to start earlier than ever. While Thanksgiving has been eating into Black Friday for the past few years, many online doorbusters could actually begin on the Wednesday before Turkey Day this year. Other pre-Black Friday sales could begin days beforehand, with some starting as early as November 1.

As usual, our Black Friday 2016 predictions have been designed so you can quickly and efficiently find information that is important to your individual shopping goals. Included are predictions for popular electronics, video games, televisions, the iPhone 7, clothing, individual stores, ad scan leak dates, sale times, spending data, shipping policies, and much more.

You can start by either viewing our predictions by individual category, or you can use our “Cliff Notes” version, which shows all of the important points from each page. At the very bottom, we have included 10 general Black Friday prediction for 2016, which includes essential information that cannot be found anywhere else in this guide.

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Fruitland Police Department: Phone Not Functioning Correctly

Be advised, the phone number for the Fruitland Police Department (410) 548-2803 is not functioning correctly. If you need to contact the Fruitland Police Department, please call (410) 548-2804 or dial 911. We will advise when the line is functioning correctly again.

FRIENDS FEST AT HEADQUARTERS LIVE


Join the Friends of Wicomico Public Libraries as they celebrate another successful year at Friends Fest on Thursday, October 13th, 2016 from 5:00-8:00 PM at Headquarters Live. Festivities include live music by Alex & Shiloh and The Wilderness, door prizes, light refreshments & cash bar. Help the Friends celebrate their successes and get a first look at what they have planned for next year. Bring a guest and if they sign up for a Friends membership, you receive a second door prize entry! For tickets to Friends Fest please register through our events calendar at WicomicoLibrary.org.

Wicomico Public Libraries are located in Downtown Salisbury, the Centre at Salisbury, in Pittsville, and the Library Bookmobile. Wicomico Public Libraries offer numerous resources such as free Internet access, a variety of classes and events, and an online eBooks library, and it engages the community through education, economic development and through various community events. You Belong @ Wicomico Public Libraries!  **SBYNEWS**

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For more information on Wicomico Public Libraries or if you wish to become a Friend of the Library, please visit our Web site - WicomicoLibrary.org or check out our newsletter – Belong – in the Library, online, or in a local business near you.

Contradicting FBI view, Clinton’s leaked speeches portray her as computer savvy

WASHINGTON - Contrary to views collected by the FBI that Hillary Clinton was a technophobe unsophisticated in the use of computers, her paid speeches indicate that she was well aware of the dangers of computer hacking and penetration and that diplomats would be “totally vulnerable” without extreme precautions.

Excerpts from Clinton’s speeches, which she refused to release during her hard fought primary campaign against Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, were among some 2,050 private emails published Friday by the anti-secrecy website Wikileaks, after what the Obama administration says was a Russian intrusion that obtained the data.

The Clinton campaign has declined to vouch for the authenticity of the leaked emails and has suggested they might be fake, though the emails apparently were pirated during the same hacking effort that captured emails whose publication led to the resignation of Democratic National Committee chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz in July.

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Latest Book Talk Focus is on Chesapeake Life

Westside Historical Society’s newest program in the “Authors on Delmarva” series will feature Don Parks, Dorchester County native, discussing his series of books on Chesapeake Bay life and culture.

A retired educator, Parks is a life-long resident of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, who was – as we say on Delmarva -- born and raised in Dorchester County. His father was a waterman who spent his childhood on isolated Holland Island, and much of Parks’ fascination and passion for the Chesapeake Bay and the culture it inspired can be traced to interactions with his father.

Don earned an undergraduate degree from Salisbury State College, and also holds master’s degrees from both Washington College and Virginia Commonwealth University, and was awarded a doctorate from Nova Southeastern University. Following a 40 year career in private and public education, he retired to St. Michaels and began seriously exploring his passion – the Chesapeake Bay and the rich heritage it inspired. For the past 10 years he has researched and written 5 books about his beloved Bay -- Chesapeake Winds and Tides, Journeys Among Eastern Shore Islands, Rivers and Communities, Chesapeake Splendor, Journeys Among Upper Eastern Shore Islands, Rivers and Communities, Chesapeake People, and Chesapeake Men and Chesapeake Women.

Sanders supporters see the over Clinton's leaked remarks to Wall St.

Supporters of former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Saturday expressed anger and vindication over leaked comments made by Hillary Clinton to banks and big business that appeared to confirm their fears about her support for global trade and tendency to cozy up to Wall Street.

Clinton, who needs Sanders' coalition of young and left-leaning voters to propel her to the presidency, pushes for open trade and open borders in one of the speeches, and takes a conciliatory approach to Wall Street, both positions she later backed away from in an effort to capture the popular appeal of Sanders' attacks on trade deals and powerful banks.

The excerpts of remarks by the former secretary of state, made in 2013 and 2014 in closed-door meetings where audiences paid to attend, were published online on Friday by WikiLeaks, which sourced them to the email account of John Podesta, Clinton's campaign chairman.

Reuters could not independently verify the authenticity of the speech transcripts. Clinton has previously declined to release any such transcripts.

"This is a very clear illustration of why there is a fundamental lack of trust from progressives for Hillary Clinton,” said Tobita Chow, chair of the People's Lobby in Chicago, which endorsed Sanders in the primary election.

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Bridge Is Stockton Washes Away


'Because of you, I'm still here'

WASH POST: GOP Donors Robert and Rebekah Mercer Stand by Donald Trump

Billionaire donors Robert and Rebekah Mercer react to the lewd audio of Donald Trump that was released yesterday. Complete statement below:

If Mr. Trump had told Billy Bush, whoever that is, earlier this year that he was for open borders, open trade, and executive actions in pursuit of gun control, we would certainly be rethinking our support for him. If he had admitted to Mr. Bush that he had profited privately by allowing the sale to Russia of 20% of US uranium deposits or that he had amassed his personal fortune not by hard work in the private sector but by selling favors to foreigners on the American taxpayers’ dime, we would certainly be rethinking our support for him. If he had argued that he needed both a public and a private position on issues facing the American public, we would certainly be rethinking our support for him. And finally if Trump had serially terrorized and silenced the victims of violent sexual assault whom he feared could damage his political career, we would most definitely be rethinking our support for him.

Donald Trump’s uncensored comments, both old and new, have been echoed and dissected in the media repeatedly in an effort to kindle among his supporters a conflagration of outrage commensurate with the media’s own faux outrage. Can anyone really be surprised that Mr. Trump could have said to Mr. Bush such things as he has already admitted saying? No. We are completely indifferent to Mr. Trump’s locker room braggadocio.

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Maryland judges differ on ‘what is rent?’

BALTIMORE (AP) — It seems like a fairly straightforward question: What is rent?

But judges across Maryland who preside over eviction requests are struggling with the answer.

For decades, landlords in Maryland have been able to file failure-to-pay-rent actions that threaten eviction not just for delinquent rent, but also for overdue water bills, utilities and other expenses.

But an opinion by the state’s highest court this year is upending that tradition by doing what Maryland’s real estate statute does not: defining “rent.”

The state Court of Appeals concluded that rent “denotes the periodic charge for use or occupancy of the premises, but not the various other payments that the tenant may owe to the landlord from time to time, even if the lease characterizes them as ‘deemed rent’ or ‘additional rent.'”

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Globalization Is Done

I read a lot, been doing it for years, about finance and affiliated topics (a wide horizon of them), which means I’ve inevitably seen a wholesale lot of nonsense fly by. But for some reason, and I think I know why, Q3 2016 has been gunning for a top -or bottom- seat in that regard, and Q4 is looking to do it one better/worse.

Apart from the fast increasingly brainless political ‘discussions’ that don’t deserve the name, in the US and UK and beyond, there are the transnational organizations, NATO, IMF, EU and all those things, all suffocating in their own hubris, things I’ve dealt with before in for instance Globalization Is Dead, But The Idea Is Not and Why There is Trump. But none of it still seems to have trickled through anywhere that I can see.

The end of growth exposes the stupidity and ignorance of all but (and even that’s a maybe) a precious few (of our) ‘leaders’. There is no other way this could have run, because an era of growth simply selects for different people to float to the top of the pond than a period of contraction does. Can we agree on that?

‘Growth leaders’ only have to seduce voters into believing that they can keep growth going, and create more of it (though in reality they have no control over it at all). Anyone can do that. So ‘anyone’ who’s sufficiently hooked on power games will apply.

‘Contraction leaders’ have a much harder time; they must convince voters that they can minimize the ‘suffering of the herd’. Which is invariably a herd that no-one wants to belong to. A tough sell.

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Hillary’s confessions to Goldman Sachs

She dreams of EU-style merger with Mexico, Canada

NEW YORK –
While the Big Media are focused on a covert audio conversation by Donald Trump from a decade ago, Wikileaks emails, mostly pertaining to her campaign manager John Podesta, released late Friday provide insight into Hillary Clinton’s highly paid insider speeches to bankers.

The Clintons’ corruption is exposed in Jerome Corsi”s “Partners in Crime: The Clintons’ Scheme to Monetize the White House for Personal Profit,” available at the WND Superstore!

Among the revelations:
She told the National Multi-Housing Council April 24, 2013 that it’s necessary for politicians to hold public positions that are actually different from their private ones — those presumably held for actual governance: “But if everybody’s watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. so, you need both a public and a private position. You just have to sort of figure out how to — getting back to that word, ‘balance’ — how to balance the public and the private efforts that are necessary to be successful, politically, and that’s not just a comment about today. That, I think, has probably been true for all of our history, and if you saw the Spielberg movie, Lincoln, and how he was maneuvering and working to get the 13th Amendment passed, and he called one of my favorite predecessors, Secretary Seward, who had been the governor and senator from New York, ran against Lincoln for president, and he told Seward, I need your help to get this done. And Seward called some of his lobbyist friends who knew how to make a deal, and they just kept going at it. I mean, politics is like sausage being made. It is unsavory, and it always has been that way, but we usually end up where we need to be. But if everybody’s watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. So, you need both a public and a private position. And finally, I think — I believe in evidence-based decision making. I want to know what the facts are. I mean, it’s like when you guys go into some kind of a deal, you know, are you going to do that development or not, are you going to do that renovation or not, you know, you look at the numbers. You try to figure out what’s going to work and what’s not going to work.”

EXCLUSIVE — Video Interview: Bill Clinton Accuser Juanita Broaddrick Relives Brutal Rapes

Washington, D.C. – WhileThe Washington Post was busy putting the finishing touches on the release of a video in which Donald Trump boasted about hitting on women, Juanita Broaddrick was in town at the historic Watergate Hotel, where she repeatedly broke down in tears during a powerful video interview exclusive to Breitbart News, recounting what she described as the life-changing experience of being raped by Bill Clinton.

Trembling, Broaddrick explained that she is still afraid of Bill Clinton and asserted that she is frightened by the prospect of Hillary Clinton winning the election. She described the alleged rape in vivid detail, providing the most extensive window yet into the singular event that she says left her traumatized until today.

In one dramatic scene, a sobbing Broaddrick was embraced and consoled by another alleged Clinton sexual assault victim, Kathleen Willey, who was present for the filming.

Willey tells the crying Broaddrick: “It’s not your fault. Okay. It’s not your fault. It’s not your fault. You didn’t do anything wrong. You didn’t do anything wrong. Okay. Okay?”

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Bill Clinton’s Victims Defend Donald Trump After Lewd Remarks Surface

"Actions speak louder than words,” Juanita Broaddrick wrote on Twitter

Several alleged victims of former US President Bill Clinton have come forward to defend Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump after leaked audio emerged Friday of a controversial conversation the businessman had in 2005.

Watch: “Leaked: Democrats Plan to Pin Rape Hoax on Trump”

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Trump New Voter Registration Soars: 2 Million Door Knocks in a Week and a Half

Pro-Trump Republicans knocked on two million doors in the last week and a half and are putting up massive new voter registration numbers.

The hurricane in Florida slowed door knocking efforts but the phone game there is still strong and the ground game is not expected to miss a beat once the weather conditions improve. In Pennsylvania, heavy rains did not stop the Trump force from knocking on 100,000 doors in one day alone.

The Republican National Committee provided new voter registration numbers to Breitbart News:

Florida Net: +261,715
Iowa Net: +38,913
Nevada Net: +12,720
North Carolina Net: +173,785
Pennsylvania Net: +223,552

Mylan to Settle EpiPen Overpricing Case for $465 Million

Mylan, the maker of the allergy treatment EpiPen, said Friday that it had reached a $465 million settlement with the Justice Department and other government agencies over questions on whether the company had overcharged Medicaid for the treatment by improperly classifying it as a generic drug.

The federal government said this week that Mylan had been told multiple times that it was wrongly classifying the EpiPen, which led the Medicaid and Medicare programs to overpay for the product. Although it has not been disclosed how much it had overpaid, officials said spending on the EpiPen totaled nearly $1.3 billion from 2011 to 2015.

Mylan has been under intense scrutiny since the summer for raising the price of EpiPen to more than $600 for a pack of two from about $100 since it bought the product in 2007.

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Since 2014 The US Has Added 547,000 Waiters And Bartenders And Lost 32,000 Manufacturing Workers

As another month passes, the great schism inside the American labor force get wider. We are referring to the unprecedented divergence between the total number of high-paying manufacturing jobs, and minimum-wage food service and drinking places jobs, also known as waiters and bartenders. In September, according to the BLS, while the number of people employed by "food services and drinking places" rose by another 30,000, the US workforce lost another 13,000 manufacturing workers.

The chart below puts this in context: since 2014, the US had added 547,000 waiters and bartenders, and has lost 32,000 manufacturing workers.

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Officer Beaten, Hospitalized: Didn't Use Gun for Fear of Backlash

A female Chicago police officer who was beaten to the point of hospitalization Wednesday morning says she had the option of lethal force but did not use it for fear of public backlash.

The officer was one of three beaten and then hospitalized after she “encountered a man that police allege was violent and under the influence of drugs.”

According to ABC 7, the incident occurred after officers responded to a car accident “at Roosevelt and Cicero on the city’s West Side.” Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson said the female officer told him she knew she could have used lethal force, but she chose not to out of concern for what the department and her family would have to go through.

Johnson said, “She thought she was going to die. She knew that she should shoot this guy, but she chose not to, because she didn’t want her family or the department to have to go through the scrutiny the next day on national news.”

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White House Intervened To Suppress Hillary email Scandal, Leaked Emails Reveal

Last October, about 6 months after the New York Times first revealed the existence of the Hillary Clinton private email server, President Obama appeared on "60 Minutes" and denied any and all knowledge of her potentially illegal technology arrangements. When asked point blank whether he knew about Hillary's private email server, Obama responded, quite simply, "No."

Of course, we now know from the FBI's investigation notes that, in fact, that was a complete lie. As we noted back in September, Huma Abedin's interview with the FBI on April 5, 2016 revealed an email sent on June 28, 2012 from Obama, using an unknown pseudonym, to Hillary on her private email server. So, either Obama is so incompetent that he didn't recognize that Hillary wasn't using a ".gov" email account or he simply lied in the following interview. We'll let you be the judge.

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Medicare paid $9.3 million in benefits to illegals

Over 14,500 claims to nearly 500 people unlawfully in U.S

(Washington Free Beacon)
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services paid $9.3 million in benefits to illegal immigrants in 2013 and 2014, according to an audit from the agency’s inspector general.

“Medicare benefits are generally allowable when rendered to a beneficiary whom the Social Security Administration has determined to be a U.S. citizen or U.S. national,” the audit explains. “Medicare does not pay for services rendered to beneficiaries who are unlawfully present on the date of service.”

DEBATING HILLARY: 3. ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE: A MUST WATCH

Trump Lashes Out On Republicans Withdrawing Campaign Support: 'Self-Righteous Hypocrites'

ST.LOUIS, MO – Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump woke Sunday morning ready to fight his detractors before he debates Hillary Clinton on stage in St. Louis.

Trump, who is under fire from both Democrats and officials from his own party for making sexually aggressive comments about an unnamed woman in 2005, took shots at those in the GOP who turned their backs on him by calling them “self-righteous hypocrites” and predicting that their poll numbers will drop.

Trump also quotes supporters’ tweets who call these officials “traitors” and demand they “help elect the nominee we voted for, Donald J. Trump.”

Trump also tweeted out a new interview with Bill Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick.

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"It's About Time For Recession" Property Manager Warns As Rents Drop "For First Time In Career"

As we've pointed out numerous times in recent months, real estate in America's largest metropolitan areas like New York and San Francisco looks to be rolling over in a big way. Earlier this week we pointed out that the volume of apartment sales in New York was down 20% YoY in 3Q 2016 as buyers disappeared while sellers, who have grown accustomed to selling above asking price, were slow to concede pricing concessions (see "NYC Real Estate Bubble Bursts As Apartment Sales Crash 20%"). Now, the Wall Street Journal seems to be catching on to the carnage noting that residential rental rates have collapsed in San Francisco, San Jose and New York.

“San Francisco and New York are leading the way in the downturn,” said Ken Rosen, chairman of the Fisher Center of Real Estate and Urban Economics at the University of California at Berkeley. “People are going to be surprised that this is happening but they shouldn’t be. It’s been too far, too fast.”

The rental market is coming off its biggest boom in decades. The foreclosure crisis, along with a trend toward urban living, has created seven million new renter households since the housing-market peak in 2006, as the home ownership rate declined to 51-year lows.

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Clinton’s Foreign Policy Spokesperson to Trump: ‘Go F*** Yourself’


Hillary’s Clinton foreign policy spokesman had harsh words for Donald Trump on Twitter during the second presidential debate Sunday night.



 


hey, @realDonaldTrump – regarding your claim that Captain Khan would be alive if you were president:

go fuck yourself.

The harsh tweet from Lehrich was in regards to Trump’s remarks calling Captain Humayun Khan an “American hero” who would still be alive today if he was president because he would have opposed sending American troops into Iraq.


TheDC Weekend - 'Clinton Cash' Author Details How Bill And Hillary Went From 'Dead Broke' To Multimillionaires

Did Bill and Hillary Clinton use public office for private gain? Listen to Peter Schweizer, the author of “Clinton Cash,” in part one of this exclusive two-part video series for The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Eight researchers worked for over a year to follow the money from donors to the Clinton Foundation before Schweizer’s book was published in 2015. “Clinton Cash” is again being discussed in light of the upcoming national election.

ABC’s Jonathan Karl recently introduced Schweizer on a podcast as “the guy who has studied the Clinton Foundation and all its tentacles about as closely as anyone, and done some very serious journalism.”

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Judge Napolitano: Case exposes Hillary’s ‘secret war’

DOJ dropped charges against Libyan arms dealer 'to protect Clinton'

NEW YORK –
The Department of Justice moved to drop charges against arms dealer Marc Turi because federal prosecutors are convinced his defense would expose then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s secret arms running to the radical al-Qaida-affiliated militia in Libya in 2011, contended Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano in an interview with WND.

“I have read a great many on-the-record and off-the-record materials on the Marc Turi case,” Napolitano told WND, “and it is clear that even though the trial would be after Election Day, the Justice Department did not want to be in a position of defending Secretary Clinton.”

Justice Department lawyers filed a motion in federal court in Phoenix on Monday, Politico reported, to drop the case against Turi as they faced a deadline to produce documents to Turi’s legal team in preparation for a trial scheduled to begin on Election Day, Nov. 8.

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The little people have had enough - not just here, but in America too

There are fewer than 30 days to go before the US presidential election. It is a campaign which mirrors many of the arguments and conflicts that we have seen recently in British politics, especially during the recent referendum campaign. Essentially, this election is about continuity versus change, with huge doses of personal vitriol thrown in. 

When I arrived at the Republican Party convention in Cleveland, Ohio, back in July, I was amazed at the reaction to me over the Brexit result. Normally we follow trends in America, not the other way round, but it was clear that many of the delegates saw Brexit as an aspiration for what they see as the Trump “revolution” against the Establishment. I met many others who were not delegates or political anoraks, who were also keen to talk about Brexit. A group of retired US Navy veterans told me we should have done it years ago. Others were less impressed and shouted at me in the streets. Indeed, this weekend while I was in St Louis, I received some proper abuse on the Washington University campus. 

One thing is for certain: our referendum is being talked about the world over and it may well be the first kick-back against the status quo that leads to a popular revolt across the West. While Trump and Clinton may be the most unpopular presidential candidates ever, there has been a growing distrust of the political class. Just as in the UK, where cash for questions and the MPs’ expenses scandals lead to a chorus of uproar, the elites in Washington are seen as remote and detached. 

Exclusive Video–Broaddrick, Willey, Jones to Bill Clinton’s Defenders: ‘These Are Crimes,’ 'Terrified' of 'Enabler' Hillary

WASHINGTON, D.C — In an exclusive video interview at the presidential suite of the historic Watergate Hotel, the victims of Bill Clinton’s alleged sexual assault — Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, and Paula Jones — got together for the first time in person to express their personal fear of Hillary Clinton and to warn voters that Clinton does not stand for women’s issues.

The three women, who say their lives were forever changed by their experiences with the Clintons, used words like “terrified” and “frightened” to describe their feelings about the prospects of a Hillary Clinton presidency.
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Donald Trump turns on Anderson Cooper and Martha Raddatz at Presidential debate

Republican nominee Donald Trump turned on moderators Anderson Cooper and Martha Raddatz 30 minutes into tonight's debate feeling that Cooper, especially, didn't prod Hillary Clinton enough on the topic of her emails.

'I'd like to know why you aren't bringing up the emails, I'd like to know,' Trump said calling out CNN's Cooper, who was trying to move on from a segment about Clinton's email scandal and on to one of the audience member's questions. 'It hasn't been finished,' Trump warned.

He then commented, 'Nice, one-on-three,' when the moderators were successful at moving the conversation along.

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Mike Pence heaps praise on Trump moments after presidential debate

Mike Pence has congratulated Donald Trump on a 'big win' just moments after the second presidential debate ended.

Pence heaped praise on his running mate minutes after Trump and Hillary Clinton shook hands to end the vicious town hall event, saying it was a clear win for the Republican.

The vice presidential candidate also appeared to quash rumors he was considering abandoning the Trump ticket and making a run for the top spot after a controversial weekend.

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How the moderators hijacked the second debate

Last night was a vivid, real-time illustration of how the media think of the American people: “We’re really interested in how you think! So, please, come in, sit down and . . . let the professionals ask the questions.”

Man of the people Anderson Cooper, son of Gloria Vanderbilt, and Martha Raddatz, who had President Obama as a guest at her wedding, must have panicked when ordinary Americans invited to what was billed as a town hall debate in St. Louis didn’t ask the questions they were supposed to ask.

Bizarrely, the people were interested in substantive policy questions rather than in doing what the moderators wanted them to do, which was to make like Tom Cruise grilling Jack Nicholson in “A Few Good Men.”

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WikiLeaks: Hillary Clinton Said Jordan 'Can't Possibly Vet All Those Refugees' from Syria

The WikiLeaks document dump of Hillary Clinton’s paid speeches revealed the Democratic nominee told a private group in 2013 that the country of Jordan “can’t possibly vet all those [Syrian] refugees … so they don’t know if … jihadists are coming in along with legitimate refugees.”

Clinton’s remarks, made in an October 28, 2013, speech to the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago’s Vanguard Luncheon, for which she was paid $400,000, according to the Citizen Uprising website, are in stark contrast to the public position she has taken during her current campaign for president.

As recently as September 19, she said that “tough vetting” of refugees “is a serious challenge, [but] we are well-equipped to meet it, and we can do so in keeping with smart law enforcement, good intelligence and in concert with our values.”

At a speech given in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on December 15, 2015, Clinton said:

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Leaked Emails Show Clinton Campaign Coordinating With Soros

Leaked emails from Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta’s personal email account published by WikiLeaks reveal the Clinton campaign’s coordination with George Soros’s Open Society Foundations on the subject of police reform.

Soros, who has given almost $10 million to Clinton super PAC Priorities USA, is a major funder of Black Lives Matter. The Washington Times reported in August that Soros has given at least $33 million to the group through the Open Society Foundations (OSF), which he funds and controls.

Both OSF and Clinton have called to crack down on police officers’ “implicit bias.”

As reported by The Daily Caller last month, internal OSF documents say the mainstreaming of “implicit bias” is meant to serve as a foundation from which to overhaul the nation’s anti-discrimination laws and make it easier to file racial discrimination lawsuits by eliminating the need to prove intent.

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A Real Life "House of Cards" - The Most Striking WikiLeaks Revelations From The "Podesta Files"

They say that "life imitates art"...or is it the other way around...the lines are getting so blurred. In any event, we thought we would take this opportunity to highlight some of the most startling discoveries we found so far in Doug Stamper's...sorry, John Podesta's emails. You have to admit there are some similarities there and they even have the same position...hopefully the Clinton Foundation is receiving royalties from HBO...

Yesterday we pointed out the many amazing one-liners offered up by Hillary as she was out collecting millions of dollars for her "Wall Street speeches." Here is an expanded sample:

Hillary Clinton: “I'm Kind Of Far Removed” From The Struggles Of The Middle Class “Because The Life I've Lived And The Economic, You Know, Fortunes That My Husband And I Now Enjoy.” “And I am not taking a position on any policy, but I do think there is a growing sense of anxiety and even anger in the country over the feeling that the game is rigged. And I never had that feeling when I was growing up. Never. I mean, were there really rich people, of course there were. My father loved to complain about big business and big government, but we had a solid middle class upbringing. We had good public schools. We had accessible health care. We had our little, you know, one-family house that, you know, he saved up his money, didn't believe in mortgages. So I lived that. And now, obviously, I'm kind of far removed because the life I've lived and the economic, you know, fortunes that my husband and I now enjoy, but I haven't forgotten it.” [Hillary Clinton Remarks at Goldman-Black Rock, 2/4/14]

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Down to the details: Fact-checking the debate

Wikileaks Reveals Hillary Lied About Marines Rejecting Her Because She Was a Woman

For decades Hillary Clinton has claimed that back in the 1970s the U.S. Marines rejected her because she was a woman. But a look at some of the information released by Wikileaks reveals that the Democrat nominee has more recently changed her story and admitted that the Marines did not reject her because of her gender.

One of the earliest reports on Hillary’s rejection claim came from The New York Times’Maureen Dowd, who in 1994 reported Clinton’s claims as delivered at an event meant to honor military women hosted at the Capital in Washington D.C.

Dowd reported that Hillary told those gathered that she was rejected by the Marines because she was a woman. Dowd wrote that in 1975, the year she married Bill Clinton and when she was teaching at the University of Arkansas law school in Fayetteville, Hillary said she went to the Marines to see if she could sign up.

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Maryland handgun licensing law challenged in federal court

ANNAPOLIS, Md. —Gun-rights activists are challenging a handgun licensing law in Maryland in federal court.

Maryland Shall Issue, a gun store and four residents filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Baltimore on Wednesday.

They contend the law reduces Maryland residents' constitutional rights "to mere privileges." They also argue that the state's handgun licensing process is lengthy, expensive and invasive because it requires people to submit fingerprints to get a handgun license.

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Exclusive: The Rapist and the Enabler

Hillary Clinton defended a child molester, and laughed about it

The actions of Hillary Rodham Clinton in a 1975 rape case are being heatedly argued by those on both sides of the Hillary fence, and the discussion compelled me to undertake a review of the tale of the rapist and the enabler.

The rapist in this case was a monstrous, violent criminal named Thomas Alfred Taylor. The enabler was Hillary Rodham. Why am I calling Rodham the enabler? It is well documented that after marrying Bill Clinton, Hillary was in the position of knowing her husband’s brutal pattern of sexual assault and rape against numerous women. In more than a dozen cases Hillary went much further than just turning a blind eye to this systematic abuse of women — by attacking the credibility of her husband’s victims, and through vicious, calculated intimidation tactics forced many of the victims into silence, thus enabling her husband to continue as a serial rapist. What has that got to do with a criminal case from 1975 just months before she married Bill? Read on.

The link is Hillary’s strategy of blaming and attacking the credibility of the victims. In the rape case of defendant Taylor, defense attorney Rodham concocted a pack of lies in the May 1975 affidavit which she wrote and then entered into evidence to discredit the 12-year-old victim, Kathy Shelton. Twelve years old! In the affidavit Hillary wrote, “I have been informed that the complainant is emotionally unstable with a tendency to seek out older men and engage in fantasizing. I have also been informed that she has in the past made false accusations about persons, claiming they had attacked her body. Also that she exhibits an unusual stubbornness and temper when she does not get her way.” Hillary also wrote that a child psychologist had said to her that children in early adolescence “tend to exaggerate or romanticize sexual experiences,” especially when they come from “disorganized families, such as the complainant.”

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State Police raid Indy office in growing voter fraud case

Indiana State Police investigators on Tuesday searched a voter registration agency on Indianapolis' north side as they look into a voter fraud case that spans nine counties.

The investigation began in late August when police learned of the filing of fraudulent voter registration forms in Marion and Hendricks counties.

The investigation has expanded from Marion and Hendricks counties to include Allen, Delaware, Hamilton, Hancock, Johnson, Lake and Madison counties, according to a statement from State Police.

Police said the growing number of involved counties leads investigators to believe that the number of fraudulent records might be in the hundreds.

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Peggy Noonan: Tim Kaine was a 'rude little rhymes-with-witch'

Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan said that despite all the criticism Tim Kaine got from his clumsy debate performance this week, it still wasn't enough.

In an op-ed published Thursday night, Noonan said the Democratic vice presidential nominee deserved more than being "smacked around" for repeatedly interrupting and talking over his Republican counterpart, Mike Pence.

"He famously and rudely interrupted both Mr. Pence and moderator Elaine Quijano ...," Noonan said, citing a journalist on Twitter who had also observed the interruptions. "Actually he needed to stop being a rude little rhymes-with-witch. And he needed to show he has some idea what time it is."

She said Kaine's debate strategy must have been to "block all thought, reduce everything to prefabricated one-liners"...

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Edward Klein: Media Let Hillary Off Hook, But Not Donald

Suddenly everybody in America has turned into Captain Renault, the Claude Raines character in Casablanca — they’re “shocked, shocked” to find out that Donald Trump spoke in crude sexual terms about women.

The incident was recorded eleven years ago at the NBC Studios in Burbank, California.

The Donald — who has an unfortunate proclivity for boasting about his sexual prowess — was talking off the record and not for attribution to a wise guy named Billy Bush, who worked for a tabloid TV show called Access Hollywood.

We are supposed to believe that the Clinton campaign lucked out when this ancient tape, which was gathering dust in the NBC vault, was mysteriously found by some anonymous producer and leaked to the Washington Post on the eve of Sunday’s town hall presidential debate.

Trump has apologized for his crude remarks — and he should have.

But I have two questions for the mainstream media and the holier-than-thou politicians:

Trump triumphs and leaves a sputtering Hillary in the rear-view mirror

The second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis was do or die for Donald Trump; against all odds he survived to fight another day. Dead on arrival, however, was any pretense of civility between Hillary Clinton and her GOP opponent.

In the wake of the damaging tape which revealed Trump boasting about his sexual assaults on women, a smug Hillary Clinton refused to shake hands with her opponent as they gathered at Washington University.

She called Trump unfit for the presidency and on numerous occasions she accused him of lying. He countered by suggesting that if he were elected, she would go to jail.

Given the preceding two days of all-out assault on Trump, his ability to rally and put Hillary on the defensive allowed him to declare victory and regain some lost ground.

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2016/10/10/trump-triumphs-and-leaves-sputtering-hillary-in-rear-view-mirror.html