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Monday, May 25, 2020

Great Depression to our Depression: Debt Deflation Doom Loop Lessons

We are now in the crosshairs of a mega debt deflationary bankruptcy phase.

Some of our sharpest forefathers left us illustrations to better understand how this cycle operates. It helps that many both actually lived through and studied the last one fresh off it happening. No not this fiat currency bifurcated ivory tower era thinking either ( not you bailout Bernanke).

Described as the last honest Federal Reserve governor, John Exter (1910 - 2006) believed by the early 1960s that the Federal Reserve was locking itself into currency expansionism it could not stop without disastrous outcomes and blowback.

He reportedly would say that the Fed was becoming a prisoner of its own currency stock and debt-based growth (effectively painting itself into a corner). Then a trend that risked a credit expansion reaching total US debt levels far in excess of the country's GDP (quaint times).

His was an envisionment of a major debt crisis ahead of his life, and he believed the crisis would then turn the economy down, to levels not seen since the Great Depression.

Exter warned the Fed would one day find itself unable to prevent a wide-scale deflationary depression.

Perhaps the man could never envision our current viral scapegoat or how this global economic shutdown would quicken into existence some of his worst economic predictions.

But by the late 1950s and early 1960s, our financial system was effectively already devolving into a debt-based, debt-driven economy. To illuminate its growing unstable structure, Exter devised an upside-down debt pyramid as this original illustration shows.

Within it, the former central banker presented the US debt pyramid and drew attention to the fact that all foreign economies also had debt pyramids too. The structures are always perched in an unstable manner which Exter believed was also true for the financial system generally.

His original inverted pyramid reads from the top riskiest to the bottom safest-haven asset classes.


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You Better Start Listening Nancy Pelosi

Wake Up Americans

A ‘deplorables’ moment for Joe Biden shows why he won’t win the black vote: Devine

Joe Biden’s disastrous interview with black radio host Charlamagne Tha God on Friday encapsulates everything that is wrong with the Democratic Party and its presidential hopeful.

“If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, you ain’t black,” the former vice president blurted out at the end of the interview.

It was a statement so staggeringly, primitively racist, that it landed like a gut punch to many black Americans, of all political persuasions, who took to the airwaves to denounce it over the weekend.

“It played into the long-standing notion that the black vote is uncritical and guaranteed,” said left-wing writer Roxane Gay.

Former NFL player Jack Brewer declared “the mask is off.”

“Pure unadulterated hubris, the taking for granted of the black vote,” said ex-Bernie Sanders campaign co-chair Nina Turner, one of many who took issue with Biden’s patronizing use of the ungrammatical “ain’t.”

Attempts by the Biden campaign to claim the comment was made “in jest” were futile, even as Democratic-friendly media such as CNN ignored the story.

Biden’s attempt at damage control also fell flat. Perhaps he was “too cavalier,” he mused, and shouldn’t have been a “wise guy.”

Neither of those descriptions is accurate. Biden clearly was annoyed by abrasive questions from Charlamagne, whose breakfast show attracts more than 4 million young black listeners.


Two killed at South Carolina block party that drew 1,000 people

Two people were shot and killed at a massive South Carolina block party that drew up to 1,000 people despite ongoing warnings against large gatherings, authorities said.

Revelers at the end-of-the-school year celebration on Dover Road in Union County “opened fire” on one another late Saturday, according to the Union County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies discovered the huge get-together after finding up to 300 cars parked along nearby highways, The State reported.

They then found a male shot lying on the side of the road and a second man shot inside a nearby residence, Union County Sheriff officials said.



“I have never seen so much intentional injury.”

Doctors at a hospital in California say they have recorded more deaths from suicide than coronavirus, with a year’s worth of suicides and suicide attempts being recorded in a 4 week period.

“Doctors at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek say they have seen more deaths by suicide during this quarantine period than deaths from the COVID-19 virus,” reportsABC 7.

Dr. Mike deBoisblanc, the head of trauma at the hospital, said that he’d never seen suicide at this rate and that the numbers were “unprecedented.” He now says its time to fully end the lockdown.


Democrats Will Sacrifice America to Win a Presidency

The Dems will not allow any semblance of normalcy to return until Trump and recalcitrant Republicans in the Senate agree to bail out Democrat-run states facing fiscal insolvency. Democrat socialist policies have left states like California and Illinois with unsustainable pension obligations and exponentially growing deficits too dear for a shrinking tax base to sustain.

Buying votes ain't cheap.

Yet why would citizens, prudently residing in red states, acquiesce to paying for votes Democrats have bought in the past and wish to purchase in the future?

They would not unless forced to.

Democrat governors, in particular Newsom (Calif.), Pritzker (Ill.), Murphy (N.J.), and Cuomo (N.Y.), are like terrorists, unwilling to release their states from lockdown unless they get their ransom.


China seizes control of PPE factories

China’s Communist Party is again seizing factory lines churning out the world’s supply of medical safety gear — sparking fears the country is preparing for a second wave of the coronavirus, American traders in China told The Post.

New Yorker Moshe Malamud, who has done business in China for over two decades, was moving tens of millions of pieces of protective gear to the U.S. at the height of the crisis but said suppliers in recent weeks had been overwhelmed with orders from the Chinese government.

“I’ve been hearing this a lot from other manufacturing institutions that say, ‘We can give you a little bit, but basically we’re concentrated between now and the end of the summer manufacturing stuff for the Chinese government in anticipation of a second wave,’” he continued.


Ohio Judge Deems State’s Coronavirus Lockdown Illegal

An Ohio judge deemed the state’s lockdown in response to the Chinese coronavirus illegal, and stated that the state’s top health director “acted in an impermissibly arbitrary, unreasonable, and oppressive manner.”

Lake County Common Pleas Judge Eugene Lucci ruled that Amy Acton, the director of the Ohio Department of Health, is prohibited from punishing non-essential businesses that defy Ohio’s orders to stay closed in response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, Cleveland 19 News reported.

The report added that the Lake County General Health District, police officers, prosecutors, and the Ohio Attorney General are also prohibited from punishing so-called “non-essential” businesses, as the companies already operate in compliance with standard safety regulations.

“Constitutions are written to prevent governments from arbitrarily interfering in citizens’ lives and businesses,” said 1851 Center Executive Director Maurice Thompson, according to Cleveland 19 News.

“On that front, the call to action is clear,” he added. “The Governor and health director may no longer impose their own closures and regulations and write their own criminal penalties to enforce those regulations and closures.”


Amazon blisters Joe Biden in scathing response after he tells company to 'pay its fair share'

Amazon fired back at Joe Biden on Friday after presumptive Democratic presidential nominee told the company it needs "to pay its fair share" in taxes.

The former vice president not only declared that Amazon must "pay its fair share," but he claimed the company pays less in taxes than firefighters and teachers.

"I've said it before, and I'll say it again: No company pulling in billions of dollars in profits should pay a lower tax rate than firefighters and teachers. It's time for Amazon to pay its fair share," Biden said.


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Right after I posted Molly and the other Trashy white women who hate America from your blog giving America the finger... Facebook blocked me.

Every time I place Pro Trump items on my page, they pull it down.

It's very Obvious the left is in Panic Mode because President Trump will win the 2020 Election.

Texas Naval Base Jihadi Secured U.S. Citizenship Despite Living in Syria

An accused terrorist who allegedly opened fire on United States Navy personnel in Corpus Christi, Texas, was able to secure American citizenship through a little-known immigration loophole, a former intelligence agent states.

Adam Alsahli, a 20-year-old naturalized American citizen, has been identified by the FBI as the alleged terrorist who attempted to speed through a gate at the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi (NASCC) on May 21.

The FBI says Alsahli shot at a female sailor who was then able to prevent him from getting onto the NASCC base by raising a vehicle barrier. At that point, the FBI says Alsahi got out of his vehicle to fire more gunshots but was killed by security guards.

The Center for Immigration Studies’ Todd Bensman, a former intelligence agent, reports that Alsahi was able to secure American citizenship through a little-known immigration loophole that depended on his father’s naturalized citizenship:

Adam Alsahli, 20 at the time of his death Thursday, was already a U.S. citizen when he moved from the Middle East to Corpus Christi, Texas, in 2014 with his mother (and likely several siblings) at the height of the Syrian civil war, by virtue of his father’s American citizenship, according to two sources familiar with the family’s immigration status. The attacker’s 75-year-old father, Salim Alsahli, became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1984, the sources told CIS, and subsequently seems to have sired a family back in Syria that included Adam Alsahli’s birth in 1999.

Although his children and their mother were born in and resided in the Middle East, the father’s U.S. citizenship conferred U.S. citizenship on Adam Alsahli, since he properly registered a declaration at a U.S. embassy or consulate office overseas. That apparently happened with Adam Alsahli because by the age of three, in the year 2002, [Alsahli] was granted an American passport that was repeatedly renewed over the years, sources said.


Chicago Mayor Launches Police Raid to Shut Down Black Church’s Sunday Services

On Sunday, Chicago’s first openly gay mayor, Lori Lightfoot, mounted a raid on a black South Side church for holding services in defiance of her coronavirus lockdown orders.

Lightfoot reportedly sent three marked squad cars and two unmarked cars full of officers to the Chicago Cornerstone Baptist Church in the South Side’s Woodlawn neighborhood. Woodlawn is just south of Hyde Park, the area in which the Obamas lived for a short time before Barack became president.

The pastor of the mostly black congregation, Courtney Lewis, reportedly shut and locked the doors and refused to allow the officers to gain entry to the building, Todd Starnes reported.

Pastor Lewis told Starnes that he felt like he was confronting “the Soviet-style KGB” as the officers pounded on his doors and demanded entry to shut the church down.

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Workers at a 250-bed state-run veterans nursing home in Queens are circulating a list naming nearly 50 residents who died during the coronavirus crisis — an act of defiance and remembrance ahead of Memorial Day.

The list identifies 48 veterans or spouses of veterans who passed away between March 27 and April 29 at the New York State Veterans Home in St. Albans, one of five veterans nursing homes operated directly by the state Department of Health.

Staff members, who served many of the fallen veterans for years, have been critical of facility administrators for their handling of the outbreak — and accuse them of failing to publicly account for the full scope of fatalities.

“In memory of our beloved veterans,” reads the one-page list. “These veterans deserve justice!!”
‘A Tough Old Bird’

Their service to the country ran the gamut, from World War II to the Vietnam War, and encompassing four of the five branches of the U.S. military.

At least one spouse of a veteran died at the nursing home last month. In civilian life, the men and women worked as municipal employees, construction workers and ministers, among other trades.

They included Bishop Jerome Norman, a former Army private who established a Queens ministry and would walk around the nursing home with a Bible so he could pray for his fellow residents. He died April 12 at the age of 94.

Edwin Morales, whose wife described him as a “tough old bird,” loved living with his fellow veterans at the nursing home and seeing the American flag flying outside the facility’s windows. The Bronx-born Marine veteran of the Vietnam War died on April 16 at age 74.

And there was Otis Lee Smart, who turned down a college basketball scholarship to join the Army during the Vietnam War — and later worked for the City of New York for 33 years. He was 78 when he died on April 10.


NY Times on Memorial Day Weekend: US Military celebrates white supremacism

As Americans reeling from coronavirus stay-at-home orders struggle to celebrate the nation's heroes on Memorial Day, The New York Times published an editorial over the weekend that claims the U.S. military celebrates white supremacy.

On Sunday, The New York Times Editorial Board published the piece titled “Why Does the U.S. Military Celebrate White Supremacy?” The editorial made the argument that it’s time to re-name military bases after “American heroes, not racist traitors.”

The New York Times editorial board wrote that “the federal government embraced pillars of the white supremacist movement when it named military bases in the South.”

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Need I Say More?

The United States Does NOT Lead in Coronavirus Deaths

The sheer ease with which the American left has politicized the deaths of thousands of Americans has shocked even me. The United States is approaching 100,000 deaths and the left seems determined to make sure the public blames President Donald Trump for those deaths. As PJM’s Tyler O’Neil noted, the Democratic Coalition is trying to make “Trump Death Toll” a thing. While Tyler effectively demonstrated the absurdity of blaming these deaths on Trump, I’m going to show that despite the headlines that suggest things in the United States are the worst in the world, that is emphatically not the case.

First, let’s take a look at the total confirmed deaths of the ten worst-hit countries in descending order (based on the numbers from the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University as of 9:30 am ET May 24).
1. USA (96,046)
UK (36,757)
3. Italy (32,735)
4. Spain (28,678)
5. France (28,218)
Brazil (22,013)
7. Belgium (9,280)
8. Germany (8,275)
9. Iran (7,417)
10. Netherlands (5,841)

But, here’s what happens when you adjust these numbers per capita. The following countries are arranged in descending order by their coronavirus death rate per million people (based on population data from The CIA World Factbook).


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Only 43% Of Americans Know The Meaning Of Memorial Day

Memorial day is all about remembering and honoring the brave men and women who selflessly gave their lives while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Ironically and upsettingly, however, less than half of Americans know the meaning behind the holiday, according to a new survey commissioned by the University of Phoenix.

In all, 2,000 Americans were surveyed, and 28% incorrectly stated Memorial Day is a holiday for all U.S. military veterans. In reality, the holiday they described is Veterans Day. Similarly, 36% admitted they struggle when it comes to differentiating between Memorial Day and Veterans Day.

Beyond just the meaning of the holiday, a similar amount of Americans have no idea when Memorial Day occurs each year. Just less than half (46%) didn’t know that Memorial Day is on the last Monday of May every year. Oddly, 21% said the holiday always falls on the last Sunday of May.

A Memorial Day survey was also held last year, and that time 55% of respondents were able to correctly state the holiday’s meaning. So, apparently as time goes on more and more Americans are forgetting. Additionally, half of those surveyed had no idea about the moment of remembrance (a one minute pause in which Americans are asked to stop what they’e doing and honor the fallen). Only 35% were able to name the moment of remembrance’s correct time (3 P.M. local time).

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A Viewer Writes: OC Memorial Day Crowd

The city isn't over crowded,but the hotels and condos has a decent amount of cars there. I was stopped at a light--going south on beach highway. I counted 7 stop lights ahead of me, and there wasn't any cars there. The weather hasn't been the greatest. The bars and restaurants are closed. There is nothing for them to do. The governor needs to open things up, and let people protect themselves.

They're??? Really Daily Times!

Thank You For Your Service

China warns U.S. is pushing relations to 'the brink of a new Cold War'

The United States is pushing relations with China to 'the brink of a new Cold War', China's foreign minister said Sunday, rejecting Washington's 'lies' over the coronavirus while saying Beijing was open to an international effort to find its source.

Keeping up the worsening war of words with Washington over the pandemic and a Beijing move to tighten control over Hong Kong, Wang Yi said the United States had been infected by a 'political virus' compelling figures there to continually attack China.

'It has come to our attention that some political forces in the US are taking China-US relations hostage and pushing our two countries to the brink of a new Cold War,' Wang told reporters during a press conference at China's week-long annual parliamentary session.



He was getting old and paunchy

And his hair was falling fast,
And he sat around the VFW and Legion,
Telling stories of the past.

Of a war that he once fought in
And the deeds that he had done,
In his exploits with his buddies;
They were heroes, every one.

And 'tho sometimes to his neighbors
His tales became a joke,
All his buddies listened quietly
For they knew where of he spoke.

But we'll hear his tales no longer,
For ol' Joe has passed away,
And the world's a little poorer
For a Veteran died today.

He won't be mourned by many,
Just his children and his wife.
For he lived an ordinary,
Very quiet sort of life.

He held a job and raised a family,
Going quietly on his way;
And the world won't note his passing,
'Tho a Veteran died today.

When politicians leave this earth,
Their bodies lie in state,
While thousands note their passing,
And proclaim that they were great.

Papers tell of their life stories
From the time that they were young,
But the passing of a Veteran
Goes unnoticed, and unsung.

Is the greatest contribution
To the welfare of our land,
Some jerk who breaks his promise
And cons his fellow man?

Or the ordinary fellow
Who in times of war and strife,
Goes off to serve his country
And offers up his life?

The politician's stipend
And the style in which he lives,
Are often disproportionate,
To the service that he gives.

While the ordinary Veteran,
Who offered up his all,
Is paid off with a medal
And perhaps a pension, small.

It is not the politicians
With their compromise and ploys,
Who won for us the freedom
That our country now enjoys.

Should you find yourself in danger,
With your enemies at hand,
Would you really want some cop-out,
With his ever-waffling stand?

Or would you want a Veteran
His home, his country, his kin,
Just a common Veteran,
Who would fight until the end.

He was just a common Veteran,
And his ranks are growing thin,
But his presence should remind us
We may need his likes again.

For when countries are in conflict,
We find the Veteran's part,
Is to clean up all the troubles
That the politicians start.

If we cannot do him honor
While he's here to hear the praise,
Then at least let's give him homage
At the ending of his days.

Perhaps just a simple headline
In the paper that might say:

Labor report: Maryland lost 349,300 jobs in April

The numbers in Maryland’s latest labor report are troubling with 349,300 jobs lost and business leaders say it is going to be a long road to recovery.

“The numbers are quite sobering. I believe it speaks to the tailspin our economy has been in due to the Covid-19 pandemic,” Howard County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Leonardo McClarty told in an email on Friday.

“No surprises, although the numbers are about as bleak as anyone could have anticipated. It’s a reflection of the incredibly serious consequence of closing down the most successful and profitable economy in our lifetime,” Frederick County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Rick Weldon said.

“The numbers are certainly trending in the wrong direction,” said Mike O’Halloran, state director of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB).

O’Halloran said small business owners are doing everything they can to survive in the current environment.

“There’s a story that needs to be told that there’s still a very board determination on behalf of Maryland’s job creators to the best they can and to get their employees off the UI (unemployment insurance) rolls in spite of the restrictions placed on them. Every day you can hear stories about small business owners that are pivoting or inventing new ways to get their products and their services to customers and clients.”


There's No Longer Any Question: Biden Carried Out A Cover-Up In Ukraine

Trump stands vindicated for accusing Biden of trying to cover up his son’s corruption in Ukraine after one of that country’s lawmakers released audio recordings of the former Vice President’s numerous conversations with former President Poroshenko to that effect, proving that the real Ukrainegate scandal has been about the Democrat front-runner all along.


Ukrainian lawmaker Andrei Derkach released audio recordings that he claims to have received from journalists which convincingly sound as though they’re truly of former President Poroshenko’s numerous conversations with former Vice President and current Democrat front-runner Biden.

The content of their chats concerns the latter’s efforts to pressure the then-Ukrainian leader to remove General Prosecutor Shokin, which Trump and many of his surrogates have claimed was undertaken in an attempt to cover up his son Hunter’s corruption at the Burisma gas company where he was employed and which was the subject of an investigation by Shokin.

The recordings are remarkably frank, with Poroshenko proudly pledging fealty to Biden and regularly updating him on the progress that he’s made in keeping what he refers to as his “promises” to the former Vice President.


The Daily Beast reported that suspicions are swirling over whether the leak was an inside job in Ukraine or the result of so-called “Russian hacking”, but that’s just an attempt to distract from the calls, just like the unproven claims that Russia was responsible for hacking the DNC’s emails four years ago.

The real Ukrainegate scandal therefore wasn’t over the now-debunked allegations that Trump engaged in a quid pro quo with current Ukrainian President Zelensky in an attempt to reopen this investigation for supposedly political reasons, but over Biden’s attempts to cover up his son’s corruption in Ukraine in order to not hurt the Vice President’s future campaign prospects.


California retail employee posts photo of her bloody face after alleged customer attack

It’s getting rough out there for retail workers during the coronavirus outbreak, aCalifornia woman wants the public to know.

Earlier this month, Samantha Clarke of Modesto says, a customer attacked her while she was working at a Big 5 sporting goods store.

“We didn’t have what they wanted and she lost her temper and she hit me in the face,” Clarke told FOX 40 of Sacramento.

Clarke shared photos showing blood streaming down the side of her face after the alleged attack.


Sex shops are open in the Ghetto of Salisbury but they won't let restaurants open?

Pay Attention EVO, Market Street Inn, MoJo's, Roadie Joe's & others! "IT'S TIME".

A Comment Worthy Of A Post 5-24-20

Mr. Albero, You have been my main source of news for many years, the only other has been Fox 25 in my area. I certainly hope you will stay with the truth, I getting to the point that I don't know who or what to believe. I know that reporters only read what they are given to report, as pawns they don't even know what they are saying half the time. We are now 100% political in all reporting including the weather, damn shame. My wife and I went to the french fry place on the boardwalk and we were the only people in line , a few people on the board walk. We were going to stop at your place but appeared to be closed. I thought maybe the social distancing would apply to eating outside. Anyway keep the truth coming and I will stay with your blog, thanks for the good and honest news.

Publishers Notes: THANK YOU! I cannot honestly believe so many "sheeple" listen and fall for local and national news. It's very simple Ladies & Gentlemen, when Ocean City is actually BUSY, traffic is always backed up all the way to the Berlin Walmart. I live here and I get to see and even experience the summer traffic. On this Memorial Day weekend, (and I mean all three days) anyone could easily cruise right over the Rt. 50 draw bridge, no traffic, day or night! So to blow smoke up everyone's you know what and claim it was "VIRAL" in OC this weekend, they're fools! On this holiday weekend, do tell me people where the 2 mile long line at Seacrets was where people were paying $40.00 just to get in!!!! Oh, that's right. It didn't happen tanks to Governor Hogan. Local media is full of BS!

As for my bar/restaurant, we are seriously considering whether it is worth opening the doors at all this year, seriously. Much will depend on Hitlers Orders and to what capacity we will be ALLOWED. Then we have to worry about his Soldiers handing out businesses with "social distancing violations" at $5,000.00 a piece. You tell me people, how would YOU feel if I had to walk up to you and tell each one of you that you are standing too close and you must separate 6 feet apart or I will be fined $5,000.00!

Yeah, I think I'd rather stay closed and not take that risk. However, there is only ONE other option in which I'd reconsider opening and I'll share that some time this week but let's see what Hogan says first.  

A hairstylist worked while symptomatic and exposed 91 people to coronavirus

(CNN) A hairstylist with coronavirus worked for eight days this month while symptomatic, exposing as many as 91 customers and coworkers in Missouri, health officials said.

The case highlights the threats of community spread in the United States as businesses reopen after weeks of restrictions to combat the spread of coronavirus.

In this instance, the 84 customers exposed got services from the hairstylist at Great Clips, said Clay Goddard, director of the Springfield-Greene County Health Department. In addition to the customers, seven coworkers were also notified of exposure.

It's unclear when the stylist tested positive but the infection is believed to have happened while traveling. The stylist worked May 12 through Wednesday, health officials said Friday. At the time, businesses such as barbershops and hair salons were allowed to operate in the state.

"The individual and their clients were wearing face coverings. The 84 clients potentially directly exposed will be notified by the Health Department and be offered testing, as will seven coworkers," the Springfield-Greene County Health Department said in a statement. 

"It is the hope of the department that because face coverings were worn throughout this exposure timeline, no additional cases will result."

Mara R. Holton: Coronavirus could shut down independent medical practices across Maryland and the nation

Read any article or watch any news segment about the coronavirus affecting our healthcare system and you will notice a trend: hospitals are the main concern.

How can we ensure hospital-employed physicians have access to personal protective equipment? What happens if hospitals begin to lose revenue at astronomical rates, or if their doctors fall ill?

What about independent physicians? As someone who has spent her entire career in independent practice (and currently here in Annapolis), protective equipment, revenue and reimbursement rates, and personal safety are always at the forefront of my mind. Amid the current pandemic, these issues are tenfold.

Many independent physicians are coping with unprecedented financial losses and burdens that threaten the survival of our practices; and unlike billion-dollar health systems, we don’t have teams of lobbyists or publicists pressing our case with lawmakers and the media.


Kayleigh McEnany turns the tables on reporters, whips out slideshow with specifics on 'Obamagate'

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany whipped out a slideshow for the press corps on Friday that contained numerous questions regarding "Obamagate" that journalists have failed to ask.

During last Friday's press briefing, McEnany explained the misconduct allegedly committed by the Obama administration, including the criminal leak of Michael Flynn's name to the media after it was unmasked in captured surveillance data. At the end of the briefing, McEnany urged reporters to begin asking questions about the Obama administration's involvement in the Trump-Russia investigation.

But the mainstream media has failed to ask those questions. So, on Friday, McEnany laid out the specific questions she said reporters should start asking.

"I laid out a series of questions that any good journalist would want to answer about why people were unmasked and all sorts of questions, and I just wanted to follow up with you guys on that," McEnany began "Did anyone take it upon themselves to pose any questions about Michael Flynn and unmasking to President Obama's spokesperson?


Delmarva Power Rate Hike

A virtual public hearing to take comments on Delmarva Power’s request to adjust rates (Case No. 9630) for the distribution of electric energy will be held on May 28, 2020 7:00p.m. To speak at the hearing, send an email to by 12:00p.m. on May 27, 2020. To watch the hearing go to Written comments on these matters may be submitted electronically or by first-class mail to A. Johnston Executive Secretary MPSC, 6 St. Paul St. 16th Fl, Baltimore MD 21202, by May 28, 2020. Learn more at

Local Media Twists Memorial Day Traffic In Ocean City

Even their own images shows there wasn't JACK for traffic in Ocean City this weekend but no matter what their articles desperately tried to make it sound like it was busy. Let me prove to you just how full of crap they are.

A truly busy weekend in Ocean City means traffic is a parking lot on Rt. 50 from WalMart in Berlin all the way into OC. Let me assure you that there wasn't even a back up at the Rt. 50 draw bridge all weekend. So everyone here knows they're full of crap, liars.

On the other channel they'll tell you skies will be perfectly clear and in the 80's all weekend. 

Well Said!

Fugitive Arrested In Connection With Murder Of Baltimore Co. Man Found Dead In Dorchester Co.

(BALTIMORE, MD) — State Police and members of a fugitive task force, assisted by Baltimore Police Department officers, today arrested a fugitive wanted for the murder of a Baltimore County man whose body was found three weeks ago in Dorchester County.

The suspect is identified as James A. Reddick, Jr., 29, of Baltimore, Md. Maryland State Police have charged Reddick with first degree murder, second degree murder, conspiracy to commit second degree murder, first degree assault, use of a firearm in the commission of a violent crime, robbery, reckless endangerment, and six charges related to the illegal possession and transportation of a handgun. Reddick is currently awaiting an initial appearance before a court commissioner in Baltimore County. He will ultimately be transported to Dorchester County where the charges originated.

Reddick was wanted for the murder of Deontae V. Belcher, 25, of Rosedale, Md. Belcher was found deceased in a wooded area in Dorchester County on May 1, 2020. He had been last seen on April 11th and his mother reported him missing to Baltimore County Police on April 18, 2020. The Dorchester County Sheriff requested the death be investigated by the Maryland State Police Homicide Unit. An autopsy determined Belcher died from gunshot wounds.

Members of the Maryland State Apprehension Team – Capital Area Regional Task Force had been searching for Reddick since an arrest warrant had been issued. They located the suspect this morning in a back yard in the 4500-block of Garrison Blvd., Baltimore. Investigators were assisted by Baltimore Police Department officers from the Northwest District. Reddick was arrested without incident and taken to the State Police Golden Ring Barrack for processing.

Additional departments assisting in this investigation include Baltimore County Police, Dorchester Co. Sheriff’s Office, Dorchester County State’s Attorney’s Office, Eastern Shore Information Center and Maryland State Police from the Criminal Enforcement Division, Golden Ring Barrack and Forensic Sciences Division.

Maryland COVID-19 hospitalizations slightly decrease, testing expands

The Maryland Health Department reports a slight uptick in novel coronavirus cases, adding 1,071 cases since Friday.

That's about a 20 % increase from numbers in the 24 hours when the number of new cases from Thursday into Friday was 893. State Health officials Saturday reported 45,495 confirmed cases.

However, there was a decrease in hospitalizations. Also reported Saturday, 45,495 people tested negative for the virus(a total of 186,832 negative tests); 40 more people were added to those who have been released from isolation (a total of 3,283), 9 fewer people were hospitalized--bringing that number down to 1,320.

More COVID-19 numbers reported by the state include 796 people in acute care, 524 in intensive care. There were 38 deaths added to Maryland's COVID-19 death toll, bring that number to 2,130. Prince George's County and Montgomery make up the top 5 counties with the highest confirmed cases:

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